Umbertino da Casale, 1312:"Violations of dominium and usus,:"
Note that in the church of St. Francis in Assissi and in St. Mary of the Portincula, where the order was born, money is continually received in the name of offerings, and has been received for many years, even before this privilege. Under the protection of a privilege given by Pope Nicholas [IV], both of these convents live by means of money against the Rule. And even though this privilege is in some ways destroying the Rule, not only ought it not to have been asked for, but its privileges ought to be spurned by the brothers; however, which is worse, these priveleges are not even observed with moderation (Peters, 244-5).
Peters, Edward, Heresy and Authority in Medieval Europe. Phila.: Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 1980