5743.06 [Repealed Effective 9/17/2014] County treasurer may be appointed deputy - report and payment to treasurer of state - county's share of receipts.

The treasurer of state may appoint any county treasurer as his deputy for selling the stamps required by section 5743.03 of the Revised Code, except that no county treasurer may sell the same at a discount. Any county treasurer so appointed shall act as such deputy, and all the powers and duties imposed upon such county treasurer shall be deemed within the scope of his office as county treasurer, for all purposes. The treasurer of state shall be responsible for the delivery of stamps to any county treasurer so appointed, and may prescribe such rules and forms of receipts and reports as he considers advisable for the business of selling such stamps. Each such county treasurer shall pay weekly to the treasurer of state all money arising from the sale of such stamps by him, together with a report showing the names of the purchasers, the number of each denomination, and the aggregate face value purchased by each, which the treasurer of state shall include in his monthly report to the tax commissioner and the auditor of state. Such county treasurer shall retain for the use of the general fund of the county one per cent of the proceeds of such sale.

Cite as R.C. § 5743.06

History. Repealed by 130th General Assembly File No. TBD, HB 492, §2, eff. 9/17/2014.

Effective Date: 01-01-1992