1939 Book 5 Texas Attorney General Reports and Opinions 1 (1939)

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May 20, 1939

Honorable George H. Sheppard
Comptroller of Public Accounts
Austin, Texas

Dear Sir:

Opinin No. 0-801
Res Refund of money from suspense
account thrcugh State Board of Cos-
metology.

We a re in receipt of your letter of May 11. 1939, in which you
request the opinion of this department as to whether you are authorized
to issue warrants against the suspense fund for refund of application
and license fees set out in t he attached claim filed by t he State Board
of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists.
The items contained in this claim are as followsp
NAME AND ADDRESS                    AMOUNT OF             AMN=  OF
R.EFUND                 DEPOSIT
(i) Roth, Gertrude, West Columbia   $10.00             Decided not to
1.                                   open a shop
(2) Turpen, Mrs* Evelyn, Cleveland   10.00             Decided not to
open a shop
(3) Woolley, Mrs. Hilday J,           3.00             License expired
Ft. Worth
Inquiry at the State Board of Cosmetology disclosed the facts up-
on which these claims were based to be as hereinafter set out. We assume
that the facts given are correct.
ITEM It The applicant forwarded $0.00 to the Board for a shop
license, which money was not accompanied by an application blank. The
money was placed in suspense and an application blank forwarded to the
person makmkng payment requesting that the blank be filled out and re-
turned. The applicant, however, did not fill out and return the appli.
cation blank but declined to proceed further and requested a refund of
the $10.00 which had theretofore been forwarded to the Board.

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