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The Maryland Code, Public Local Laws, 1888
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sioners, of not more than two and one-half (2 1/2) per centum on
the amount of taxes levied for county purposes and actually col-
lected by him; and also to the commission allowed by existing
laws to the collectors of State taxes; and the said commissions
shall be in full for the services rendered by such treasurer in the
discharge of the duties of his office, and no extra compensation
shall be allowed him or claimed by him, except such costs and
fees hereinbefore specified, as may accrue in the enforcement of
the payment of taxes, and for assessing new property; provided,
that the said commissioners may, in their discretion, and if they
shall deem it necessary to the proper discharge of the duties of
his office, allow him for the salary of a clerk or deputy a sum of
money not to exceed six hundred dollars per annum; and the
said commissioners are authorized and directed, in their several
Annual levies, to levy an amount sufficient to pay the commis-
sions and salaries so allowed. The said commissions and salary
so allowed shall not be retained by the treasurer out of collec-
tions made, but shall be paid him by check as other claims are
paid, and from time to time as such commissions and salary shall
be earned, and in no other manner; commissions on uncollected
taxes turned over to his successor in office shall not be allowed
him, but shall be allowed to the person who collects the same.

1884, ch. 462

236. The treasurer shall not be authorized to pay any officer
or other person, being a debtor of the county commissioners
aforesaid, or owing taxes, any salary or other claim against the
county until he shall first have deducted the account due by such
officer or other person to said commissioners, or for taxes; on all
taxes in arrear in the hands of the treasurer for collection, he
shall be charged interest from the time when the same became

due and payable until collected or accounted for, respectively;
provided, that said commissioners may make such exception, in

cases where he is prevented from receiving interest by reason of
the pendency of judicial proceedings or otherwise, as may be
right and equitable.


1886, ch. 348.

237. Any person who shall enter upon the land or premises
of any other person in Anne Arundel county, to the injury of


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