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Section 321.32 | Money may remain in county treasury.


If a township fiscal officer or other proper officer so requires, or the board of township trustees, the legislative authority of a municipal corporation, or the board of education of a school district, respectively, directs, the moneys described in section 321.31 of the Revised Code shall remain in the county treasury, to be drawn by the proper officer on the warrant of the county auditor, in sums of not less than one hundred dollars.

If a county treasurer retains, or if a local officer permits the moneys to remain in the treasury, in any manner other than as provided by this section, the county treasurer or local officer shall forfeit and pay for the offense not less than one hundred nor more than one thousand dollars, to be recovered in an action at the suit of the state, for the use of the county.

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