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(28) TAXES,

1874, ch. 180. P. L. L. (1888). Art. 4. sec. 827.

To levy annually upon the assessable property of the city, by direct
tax, with full power to provide by ordinance for collection of the same,
such sum of money as may be necessary, in its judgment, for the pur-
pose of defraying the expenses of said city over and exclusive of all
expenses, charges and sums of money which it is, or shall be required
by law to collect for other purposes subject to the provisions and limita-
1 ions herein contained.

St. Mary's Industrial School v. Brown, 45 Md. 329-333. Hopkins v. Van Wyck,
80 Md. 17. Casualty Ins. Co.'s Case, 82 Md. 561-564. Cf., Insurance Co. v. Mayor,
&c , 23 Md. 296. Watts v. Port Deposit. 46 Md. 500-503. Mayor, &c., v. Johnson, 62
Md. 225. Hebb v. Moore. 66 Md. 167. B. C. & A. R. R. Co. v. Wicomico Co., 93 Md.
124. Water Co. v. Westminster, 98 Md. 551. Jones v. Broening, 135 Md. 237. Wil-
liams v. Broening, 135 Md. 226.


1865, ch. 119. P. L. L. (1888). Art. 4, sec. 828.

To levy and collect taxes upon every description of property found
within the corporate limits of said city, which it is now authorized by
law to levy taxes upon, for the purpose of defraying the expenses of the
municipal government, whether the owners thereof reside within or with-
out the limits of said corporation; provided that no stocks, bonds, mort-
gages, certificates or other evidences of indebtedness of any bank or other
corporation situate within the limits of said city, which are owned or held
by persons residing without said limits, shall be subject to taxation for
the purpose above set forth; and provided further that no authority is
given by this section to impose taxes on any property which is now or
may hereafter be exempted from taxation by any general or special Act
of the General Assembly of Maryland, nor upon any property which may
be stored or deposited in the City of Baltimore for temporary purposes.

M. & C. C. of Balto, v. B. & O. R. R. Co,, 6 Gill, 294, Latrobe v. Mayor, 19 Md.
13. Mayor v. Sterling, 29 Md. 48. The Appeal Tax Court Cases in 50 Md. Gunther
v. Baltimore, 45 Md. 457. Union. &c.. Co. v. Mayor, 71 Mel. 405. Hopkins v. Baker,
78 Md 363. Postal Tel. Cable Co. v. Balto.. 79 Md. 502. Park Tax Case. 84 Md. 1.
Textor v. Shipley, 86 Md. 442. Corry v. Baltimore. 96 Md. 322. Balto. City v.
Johnson, 96 Md. 738. Dry Dock Co. v. Baltimore, 97 Md. 103. Consolidated Gas
Co. v. Baltimore, 101 Md. 541.

For additional decisions bearing upon the construction of this section, see.

Mayor, &c.. v. Chase. 2 G. & J. 376. Dallam et al. v. Oliver's Exrs., 3 Gill, 445.
Mayor v. State, 15 Md. 376. Mayor. &c., v. Grand Lodge, GO Md. 280. Mayor, &c..
T. Canton Co., 63 Md. 218. Bonaparte v. State. 63 Md. 44C. Mayor. &c Balto, v.
Hussey, 67 Md. 112. Degner v. Mayor. &c.. 74 Md. 144. Wells v. Hyattsville. 77
Md. 133. County Commr's v. Winand. 77 Md. 522. U. S. Elec. Light Co. v. State. 79
Md. 63. Simpson v. Hopkins. 82 Md. 478. Myers v. Baltimore County. 83 Md. 3S6.
Fredk. County v. Fredk. City. 88 Md. 658. Salisbury v. Jackson. 89 Md. 521. Rine-
hart v. Howard, 90 Md. 1. Monticello v. Baltimore City. 90 Md. 426. Balto. City
v. Safe Deposit & Trust Co.. 97 Md. 659. Balto. City v. Allegheny Co., 99 Md. 1.
Cambridge v. Water Co., 99 Md. 501.


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