California Government Code

Sec. § 29333


In any county having a population of over 200,000 according to the 1950 federal census, the board of supervisors may establish a revolving fund not to exceed five thousand dollars ($5,000) to be used for the benefit of all county departments. The fund shall be administered by an officer designated by the board, and shall be used to pay for services and supplies which county officers are authorized to purchase, and to meet other expenses county officers are authorized to incur, which constitute a legal charge against the county. The officer charged with administering the fund shall obtain a receipt for each disbursement and periodically shall file such receipts with the county auditor or controller to obtain reimbursement to the fund.
The officer administering the fund shall be bonded as provided in Section 29323. The board of supervisors may establish a procedure by which officers of county departments may submit requests to the officer administering the fund for payment of authorized expenses incurred by them.
In all other respects, the provisions of this article shall apply to the revolving fund provided for in this section.
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