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Session Laws, 1908 Session
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ART. 4.] CITY OF BALTIMORE. 607

from the date of the payment, in excess of what the tax should
have been, as determined by said judgment, or order of the
Baltimore City Court, and if on appeal by the city, the Balti-
more City Court should decide that the valuation and assess-
ment was lower than it should have been, or that the classifi-
cation was erroneous and at a lower rate than it should have
been, or that the property should be assessed or classified, the
Baltimore City Court shall ascertain and fix the valuation and

-assessment, or classification, of said property, then the Comp-
troller shall audit and charge the respondent or respondents
with the difference in said valuation, assessment or classifica-
tion, as fixed by the Baltimore City Court and that fixed by the
Appeal Tax Court, which amount of difference shall be a lien
on the property involved in the proceedings. An appeal may
"be taken to the Court of Appeals by either the petitioner or
petitioners, or the city, within ten days after the rendition of
said judgment or order by the Baltimore City Court, and the
record shall be immediately transmitted to the Court of
Appeals, which court shall immediately hear and determine
the questions involved in said appeal.

SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That this Act shall take

effect from the date of its passage.

Approved March 30, 1908.

CHAPTER 157.

AN ACT to repeal and re-enact with amendments sections 212
and 213 of article 4, entitled "City of Baltimore," of the
Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland, relating to the City
Council.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Mary-
land, That sections 212 and 213 of article 4, entitled "City of
Baltimore," of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland, be
and they are hereby repealed and re-enacted with amendments
so as to read respectively as follows:

212. The election for members of the First Branch shall be
held on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in May in the
year nineteen hundred and eleven, and upon every fourth year
thereafter. Their terms of office shall be for four years. Said
election shall be held by wards, and no person shall be entitled
to vote for any member of the First Branch except for the mem-
ber for the ward of which the voter is a resident. The members
of said branch now in office shall hold office until their suc-

 

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