(1)The county treasurer of the county in which is located the office of an irrigation district shall be and is hereby constituted ex officio district treasurer of said district. The county treasurer shall be liable upon his official bond and to indictment and criminal prosecution for malfeasance, misfeasance, or failure to perform any duty prescribed as that of the county treasurer or district treasurer, as is provided by law in other cases as that of the county treasurer. The treasurer shall collect, receive, and receipt for all moneys belonging to said district. It is the duty of the county treasurer of each county in which any irrigation district is located in whole or in part to collect and receipt for all taxes levied as provided in section 37-41-123 in the same manner and at the same time and on the same receipt as is required in the collection of taxes upon real estate for county purposes; except that such county treasurer shall receive in payment of the general fund tax, for the year in which said taxes are payable, warrants drawn against said general fund, the same as so much lawful money of the United States, if such warrant does not exceed the amount of the general fund tax which the person tendering the same owes; further except that such county treasurer shall receive in payment of the district bond fund taxes, for the year in which said taxes are payable, interest coupons or bonds of said irrigation district maturing within the year said taxes are payable the same as so much lawful money of the United States, if such interest coupons or bonds do not exceed the amount of district bonds funds tax which the person tendering the same owes.
(2)The county treasurer of each county comprising a portion only of the irrigation district, excepting the county treasurer of the county in which the office of said district is located, on the first Monday of every month, shall remit to the district treasurer all moneys, warrants, coupons, or bonds theretofore collected or received by him on account of said district. Every county treasurer shall keep a bond fund account and a general fund account. The bond fund account shall consist of all moneys received on account of interest and principal of bonds issued by said district. Said accounts for interest and principal shall be kept separate. The general fund shall consist of all moneys or general fund warrants received by the collection of taxes or otherwise. The district treasurer shall pay out of said bond fund, when due, the interest and principal of the bonds of said district at the time and place specified in said bonds and shall pay out of said general fund only upon the order of the district, signed by the president and countersigned by the secretary of said district. The district treasurer, on the fifteenth day of each month, shall report to the secretary of the district the amount of money in his hands to the credit of said respective funds, the amount of warrants paid during the previous month, and the amount of registered warrants, if any. All such district taxes collected and paid to the county treasurers shall be received by said treasurers in their official capacity, and they shall be responsible for the safekeeping, disbursement, and payment thereof the same as for other moneys collected by them as such treasurers.
Section 37-41-109 — District treasurer - duties,
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