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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 13190-13197



13190.  The provisions of this chapter are alternative or
supplemental to those providing for the use of the county treasury.



13191.  The board may by resolution designate a bank as depositary
of any or all of its funds. No question of interest shall affect such
appointment. If the depositary is not designated for all of its
funds, it shall designate what funds are to be deposited with the
depositary. The county treasurer shall be the depositary for all
funds not so designated.



13192.  The charges of any depositary selected shall be a proper
expense of the district.



13193.  If the board appoints a depositary, it shall appoint a
person who shall be known as finance officer, who shall serve at its
pleasure. It shall fix the amount of his compensation. It shall fix
the amount of and approve his bond. He may, but need not be a member
of the board, or his office may be consolidated with that of the
secretary.



13194.  Bond principal and interest and salaries shall be paid when
due. All other claims and demands shall be approved in writing or in
open meeting by a majority of the members of the board.



13195.  Warrants shall be drawn by the finance officer and signed by
the president and secretary, or one of them and one member of the
board.


13196.  The finance officer shall install and maintain a system of
auditing and accounting that shall completely and at all times show
the financial condition of the district.



13197.  The finance officer shall make annual or earlier written
reports to the board, as it shall determine, as to the receipts and
disbursements and balances in the several accounts under his control.
The report shall be signed by him and filed with the secretary.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 13190-13197

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 13190-13197



13190.  The provisions of this chapter are alternative or
supplemental to those providing for the use of the county treasury.



13191.  The board may by resolution designate a bank as depositary
of any or all of its funds. No question of interest shall affect such
appointment. If the depositary is not designated for all of its
funds, it shall designate what funds are to be deposited with the
depositary. The county treasurer shall be the depositary for all
funds not so designated.



13192.  The charges of any depositary selected shall be a proper
expense of the district.



13193.  If the board appoints a depositary, it shall appoint a
person who shall be known as finance officer, who shall serve at its
pleasure. It shall fix the amount of his compensation. It shall fix
the amount of and approve his bond. He may, but need not be a member
of the board, or his office may be consolidated with that of the
secretary.



13194.  Bond principal and interest and salaries shall be paid when
due. All other claims and demands shall be approved in writing or in
open meeting by a majority of the members of the board.



13195.  Warrants shall be drawn by the finance officer and signed by
the president and secretary, or one of them and one member of the
board.


13196.  The finance officer shall install and maintain a system of
auditing and accounting that shall completely and at all times show
the financial condition of the district.



13197.  The finance officer shall make annual or earlier written
reports to the board, as it shall determine, as to the receipts and
disbursements and balances in the several accounts under his control.
The report shall be signed by him and filed with the secretary.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 13190-13197

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 13190-13197



13190.  The provisions of this chapter are alternative or
supplemental to those providing for the use of the county treasury.



13191.  The board may by resolution designate a bank as depositary
of any or all of its funds. No question of interest shall affect such
appointment. If the depositary is not designated for all of its
funds, it shall designate what funds are to be deposited with the
depositary. The county treasurer shall be the depositary for all
funds not so designated.



13192.  The charges of any depositary selected shall be a proper
expense of the district.



13193.  If the board appoints a depositary, it shall appoint a
person who shall be known as finance officer, who shall serve at its
pleasure. It shall fix the amount of his compensation. It shall fix
the amount of and approve his bond. He may, but need not be a member
of the board, or his office may be consolidated with that of the
secretary.



13194.  Bond principal and interest and salaries shall be paid when
due. All other claims and demands shall be approved in writing or in
open meeting by a majority of the members of the board.



13195.  Warrants shall be drawn by the finance officer and signed by
the president and secretary, or one of them and one member of the
board.


13196.  The finance officer shall install and maintain a system of
auditing and accounting that shall completely and at all times show
the financial condition of the district.



13197.  The finance officer shall make annual or earlier written
reports to the board, as it shall determine, as to the receipts and
disbursements and balances in the several accounts under his control.
The report shall be signed by him and filed with the secretary.


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