☰ Revisor of Missouri

Title XXXVII CRIMINAL PROCEDURE

Chapter 550

Effective - 28 Aug 1939 bottom

  550.270.  Payment of fees — deductions. — The county treasurers shall pay out all such fees to the proper owners as the same may be called for; provided, that before any such fees shall be paid the party to whom the same is due shall furnish satisfactory evidence to the treasurer that he or she, as the case may be, is not at the time indebted to the state or county, on account of delinquent back taxes, or is indebted to the state or county on account of any fine, penalty, forfeitures or forfeited recognizances or costs for a violation of any criminal statute of this state, or for contempt of any court, no matter if the same shall have been paid by oath of insolvency as provided by law; or is indebted to the state or any county on account of any funds coming to his hands by reason of any public office; provided further, that after deducting the amount of the indebtedness of the claimant, if any, on account of any or all of the various causes herein enumerated, the treasurer shall pay him the balance, giving duplicate receipts for the separate amounts paid, one of which shall be filed with the county clerk, who shall charge the treasurer with the same, but if the indebtedness of the claimant equals or exceeds the amount of his fees, the treasurer shall give him credit for the amount of his fees, stating on what account, and shall make duplicate receipts for the same, one of which he shall deliver to the claimant and the other he shall file with the county clerk, who shall charge the treasurer with all such receipts, and in his regular settlements with the county commission the treasurer shall make a full and complete exhibit of all his acts and doings under sections 550.260 to 550.300.

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(RSMo 1939 § 4249)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 3854; 1919 § 4197; 1909 § 5405


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