(a) The Treasurer shall have the custody of all moneys of the City and all evidences of indebtedness belonging to the City or held in trust by the City.
(b) He shall collect all moneys of the City, the collection of which is not provided for elsewhere by Charter or ordinance. He shall receive from other officers and employees of the City all money belonging to and receivable by the City that may be collected by such officers and employees, including fines, license fees, taxes, assessments, and all other charges.
All money shall be turned over to the Treasurer after collection or receipt, and he shall, in all cases, give a receipt therefor. He shall disburse all city funds in accordance with the provisions of State law, this Charter and procedures to be established by the Council. Each check or warrant disbursing money of the City shall be signed by the Treasurer and countersigned by the Clerk or the Mayor or the person performing the duties of the Mayor.
(c) He shall keep and deposit all money or funds of the City in such manner and only in such places as the Council may determine and shall report the same in detail to the Clerk.
(d) He shall have such powers, duties, and prerogatives in regard to the collection and custody of state, county, school district, and city taxes and moneys as are conferred by law, upon township treasurers in connection with state, county, township, and school district taxes upon real and personal property.
(e) He shall perform such other duties as may be prescribed for him by this Charter or by the Council.
State Law References: Depositories, MCL 129.11 et seq., 211.43b.