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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1876
Volume 199, Page 383   View tiff image (46K)
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JOHN LEE CARROLL, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR. 383

cellaneous," shall show for what the expense was

 

incurred.

 

SEC. 2. And be it enacted, That the Grand Jury to

 

whom the said report shall be made, shall thoroughly

Throughly ex-
amine.

examine, maturely consider the same, and present

 

to the Circuit Court, during its session, their opinion

 

and views of the same, whether all these expenses

 

have been legally incurred and levied for, and

 

whether they can be lessened without. impairing the

 

well-being of the county, what reforms, legislative

 

or otherwise, are needed to reduce the county ex-

 

penses and diminish taxation; and the honorable

 

court shall make such order in the premises as they

 

may deem proper.

 

SEC. 3. And be it enacted, That the presentment

 

of the Grand Jury, under the preceding section, to-

 

gether with the report of the county commissioners,

 

and whatever order the honorable court make in

Shall be filed.

relation thereto, shall be filed, for safe keeping and

 

reference, with the clerk of the Circuit Court of the

 

county, who shall at the ensuing March term of the

 

Circuit Court for the county, and at every March

 

term thereafter lay the report, presentment and pro-

 

ceedings had thereon at the preceding September,

 

term, before the Grand Jury of said March term,

 

and said Grand Jury shall thoroughly examine and

 

maturely consider the same, and make to the honor-

 

able court, during its session, a presentment of their

 

views and opinions as required in all particulars of

 

the Grand Jury of the September term, which pre-

 

sentment and any recommendations accompanying

 

it and order of the court, if any, shall be filed with

 

the clerk of the county for future reference and in-

 

spection.

 

SEC. 4. And be it enacted, That this act shall take

 

effect from the date of its passage.

In force.

Approved April 3, 1876.

 


 

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