After the bonds are issued, the board shall deliver a well-bound book to the county treasurer of the county of jurisdiction, who shall keep in the book a record of:
all bonds which have been issued;
the number of each bond;
the amount of each bond;
the rate of interest on each bond;
the date of issuance of each bond;
the date when each bond is due;
the place where each bond is payable;
the amount received for each bond; and
the tax levy to provide a sinking fund to pay principal of and interest on the bonds.
The treasurer shall keep the book open at all times for inspection by any taxpayer or bondholder, and when a person pays for a bond, the treasurer shall enter the payment in the book.
The county treasurer is entitled to receive for his services in keeping a record of the bonds the same fee allowed by law to the county clerk for recording deeds.Acts 1971, 62nd Leg., p. 110, ch. 58, Sec. 1, eff. Aug. 30, 1971.