(A)   Upon the payment of any sum of money into the Ordinance Violations Bureau, as provided in this code, the Ordinance Violations Bureau shall issue a receipt to the person so paying, which receipt shall be serially numbered and it is made the duty of the Bureau to keep a correct record in a permanently bound book used for that purpose only, showing the amount of each sum so paid, the number of the ordinance violation notice(s), the date thereof, the number of the state license plate and the name and address of the violator.
   (B)   The Ordinance Violations Bureau shall account for all sums of money paid in under the provisions of this chapter, as required by statute, and shall pay the funds received into the Town General Fund, or otherwise, for distribution thereof, as required by law.
   (C)   It shall be the duty of the Clerk of the Town Court to furnish or cause to be furnished a detailed report to the Judge of the Town Court and the Town Council not later than the thirtieth (30th) day of each month, for the month proceeding, showing the total number of notices issued pursuant to this chapter, the dates of issuance and serial numbers thereof, together with the number thereof transferred to court, the disposition of any remainder not accounted for, and the respective serial numbers of the notices. The Clerk of the Town Court shall also furnish to the Judge of the Town Court and the Town Council additional copies of the report and any other information required by them.
(`92 Code, § 2-18) (Ord. 92-25, passed 8-27-92)