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Section 3375.92 | Clerk and deputy clerk of board - duties.


The fiscal officer of the board of trustees of the regional library system is the treasurer of the organization's funds. Before entering upon their duties, the fiscal officer and the deputy fiscal officer shall execute a bond in an amount and with surety to be approved by the board, and conditioned for the faithful performance of the official duties required of them.

All moneys received by the fiscal officer shall be immediately placed by the fiscal officer in a depository designated by the board. The fiscal officer shall keep an account of the funds credited to the board.

The fiscal officer shall render a monthly statement to the board showing the revenues and receipts from whatever sources derived, the disbursements and the purposes for such disbursements, and the assets and liabilities of the board. At the end of each fiscal year the fiscal officer shall submit to the board, to the state library board and, if requested, to any granting authority, a complete financial statement showing the receipts and expenditures in detail for the entire fiscal year. Such financial records shall be open to public inspection at all reasonable times.

At the expiration of the term of the fiscal officer or before the board of trustees approves the surety of any fiscal officer, the board shall require the fiscal officer to produce all moneys, bonds, or other securities in the fiscal officer's hands, which shall then be counted by the board or a committee of the board, or by a representative of the auditor of state. A certificate setting forth the exact amount of such money, bonds, or other securities and signed by the persons making such count shall be entered upon the records of the board and shall be prima-facie evidence that the amount stated in such certificate is actually in the treasury at that date.

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