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April 2, 1969
Honorable Paul Spillman Opinion No. M- 367
Collingsworth County Re: Legality of expenditures
Wellington, Texas by commissioner's court
from Road and Bridge funds.
Dear Mr. Spillman:
Recently you requested an opinion, whether the com-
missioner's court may legally expend money from the motor
vehicle registration fund, or the lateral road fund, or the
additional 15t annual ad valorem tax fund, or the farm-to-
market road fund for any or all of the following purposes:
(1) Rural fire service calls by municipal
(2) Service of county tax evaluation engineer.
(3) County commissioners' salaries.
(4) County judge's salary.
(5) Salary of the county judge's secretary.
(6) Expenses of working or contracting for
a county tax roll.
(7) County automobile for the sheriff's
(8) Expenses of hospital care for the in-
Subsequent to your request, we have been advised by
you that your county has not consolidated its tax money into one
general fund pursuant to Section 9 of Article VIII, Texas Con-
stitution; consequently, the motor vehicle registration fees
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