Section 1713.29 | Accounts of receipts and disbursements.
The officers of a corporation referred to in section 1713.28 of the Revised Code, charged or entrusted with the receipts and disbursements of its funds or property, shall make and keep accurate and detailed accounts of such funds, and the receipts and disbursements thereof such as are required to be kept by the fund commissioners of the state. On or before the third Monday in January of each year the trustees shall file with the clerk of the court of common pleas of the county in which the corporation is located an abstract of their account which shall correspond in date, amount, person to whom paid, from whom received, and on what account, with the vouchers taken or given on account of such receipts and disbursements. At the same time they annually shall file in such clerk's office a report of the names of the donors, the kind, amount, or value of gifts of each, and a brief statement of the conditions and purposes of the gifts. The filing of such abstract and report and the supplying of any omission in either may be enforced by order and attachment of the court against the trustees on motion of any respectable citizen.
Available Versions of this Section
- October 1, 1953 – House Bill 1, 100th General Assembly [ View October 1, 1953 Version ]