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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1870
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ODEN BOWIE, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR. 641

Sec. 4. And be it enacted, That the person ap-
pointed to collect the taxes shall have power to
collect the same by distress upon either personal
or real property, but before making such distress
shall leave with the party by whom the taxes are
to he paid, or at his usual place of abode, or on
the premises if the party does not reside in town,
a statement showing the amount of taxes due

Collect by dis-
tress.

thereon, with a notice thereto annexed that unless
the taxes are paid within thirty days thereafter,
the Collector will proceed by way of distress to
collect the same.

Sec. 5. And be it enacted, That if, after giving
the thirty days' notice as directed in the preceding
section, the said taxes are not paid, the Collector
shall levy upon either the real or personal prop-
erty of the delinquent, and sell the same at public

If not paid,
shall levy.

sale, either on the premises or at some public place
in said town, having first given twenty clays'
notice in writing or print of the time and place of
said sale, said notice to be posted at the Courthouse
door and two other public places in said town.
The Collector shall sell so much of said property
as may be necessary to pay the amount of taxes
due from such delinquent, with the interest
thereon, together with the coots incurred by said

Publish notice

Collector, and shall, if it be real estate, convey
the same to the purchaser upon payment of the
purchase money, and shall pay any amount over
and above the taxes, interest and costs for which
the property may sell to the party for whose taxes
the property is sold.

Power to
convey.

Sec. 6. And be it enacted, That a majority of
the Commissioners shall constitute a quorum for
the transaction of business, and shall at their first
meeting, which shall not be more than five days
after their election, select one of their number
President, who shall preside at their meetings and

Quorum.

preserve order, and in case of a vacancy in the
Board of Commissioners, the remaining Commis-
sioners or Commissioner shall have power to fill
the same.

Sec. 7. And be it enacted, That all persons who
have resided in the town of Upper Marlborough
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Vacancy.

 

 

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