1941 Book 7 Texas Attorney General Reports and Opinions 1 (1941)

handle is hein.sag/sagtx0179 and id is 1 raw text is: OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF TEXAS
Anoenuv Cirlur
Honorable George H. Sheppard
Comptroller of Public Accounts
Austin, Texas
Dear Sir:                      Opinion No. 0-136
Re: Proposed affidavit for
purchase voucher form.
Your letter of October 20th requests the opinion of
this department on the question whether the affidavit printed
on the purchase voucher form which you enclosed with your request
meets the requirements of the statutes.. You refer us to Articles
615 and 655, Revised Civil Statutes 1925, and request that we
prepare an affidavit if the one on the form is insufficient..
The affidavit on the for which you submlt reads:
0I swear or affirm that the above articles
were sold and delivered, or that the above services
were rendered, at the dates and for the prices
billed, and that the above account is correct, just
and unpaid.'
(The formal parts of the affidavit as appearing on the
form are omitted.)
Article 615 provides:
All accounts for printing done, or stationery
furnished, except for the Legislature when in session,
shall be audited in the following manner: The ac-
count shall be verified by the affidavit of the con-
tractor that it is true and correct, that the amount
of work charged for has actually been performed, or
the actual amount of stationery and supplies have
been delivered, and that the prices charged in the
account are in accordance with the stipulations of
the contract. The account shall be accompanied by a

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