§ 20-2-3. Record of licenses issued Accounting for fees.
Every city and town clerk or agent appointed under this chapter shall record all licenses issued under this chapter in books kept for that purpose, one coupon of which shall be retained in his or her record. The books shall be supplied by the department; shall remain the property of the state; shall be open to public inspection during the usual office hours of the clerk or appointee; and shall be subject at all times to audit and inspection by the director, by the director of administration, or by the agents of either. Each of these clerks or appointees shall, on the first Monday of every month, pay to the department all moneys received by the clerk or appointee for the registrations issued during the month preceding, except for recording fee, together with a receipted bill for fees retained in accordance with § 20-2-4, and shall, within thirty (30) days succeeding January first of each year, return to the department all registration books and unused and void certificates. The director shall pay the money received to the general treasurer with a list of the number and kind of registrations recorded by each city and town clerk or agent during the month.
(P.L. 1981, ch. 197, § 3; P.L. 2017, ch. 451, § 24.)