2012 Connecticut General Statutes
Title 7 - Municipalities
Chapter 101 - Municipal Gas and Electric Plants
Section 7-221 - Keeping of accounts.
The books and accounts pertaining to the business authorized by this chapter shall be kept in a form to be prescribed by the board of commissioners, and the accounts shall be closed on the last day of July in each year, so that a balance sheet of that date can be taken therefrom and included in the report of such board, as provided in section 7-216, which report shall further contain an account of the financial condition of such business, the amount of indebtedness authorized or existing on account thereof and a list of the salaried officers employed therein and the amount of salary paid to each, and shall be accompanied with a statement, to be signed and sworn to by the clerk and superintendent mentioned in section 7-216, of the income and expenses of such business, in such detail as the board of commissioners requires. The selectmen of a town, the mayor of a city or the warden and burgesses of a borough may direct any additional returns to be made by the board of commissioners or by the superintendent and clerk at such times and in such detail as they order.
(1949 Rev., S. 718.)
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