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Section 7-104 Demands, Nonallowance.

No demand shall be allowed by the chief financial officer of the City in favor of any corporation or person indebted to the City in any manner, except for assessments or taxes not delinquent, without first deducting the amount of any indebtedness then due of which the chief financial officer has notice, nor in favor of any person having the collection, custody or disbursement of public funds, unless such person's account has been presented, passed, approved and allowed as herein required, nor in favor of any officer determined by the Mayor or Commissioner In Charge to have neglected to make his or her official returns or reports in the manner and at the time required by law, ordinance or the regulation of the Council, or to have neglected or refused to comply with any of the provisions of law regulating such officer's duties, nor in favor of any officer or employee found by the Mayor or Commissioner In Charge to have absented himself or herself without legal cause or duly granted leave of absence from the duties of his or her office during office hours, after such determination has been transmitted and filed with the chief financial officer. [Ch. 1903, sec. 277; am. May 3, 1913, sec. 101; rev. 1914, sec. 72; 1928 pub., sec. 72; 1942 recod., sec. 2-409; rev. Nov. 6, 1962; am. May 18, 1994.]