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188

LAWS OF MARYLAND.


SEC. 15 A. And be it enacted, That the commissioners

Publish

shall publish annually a full and complete itemized state -

annual
statement

ment of their receipts and disbursements in some newspaper


published in Harford County ; said statement to be inserted


once only, and at least one week before the annual levy.


SEC. 16. And be it enacted, Any person may appeal from

Appeal

the valuation made by the assessors to the commissioners at

from asses
ment

their next regular meeting and the commissioners shall


remain in session as long as may be reasonable to hear and


determine such appeals and give reasonable notice of such


meeting and may abate or increase the assessment as may


seem just.


SEC. 17. And be it enacted, That whenever the commis-

Levying
tax— what

sioners shall levy a tax they shall cause to be made out

to be done

an alphabetical list of persons to be charged therewith, and


shall cause to be affixed thereto the respective sums to be


collected from each person, and a warrant to the bailiff to


collect the same.


SEC. 18. And be it enacted, The bailiff shall within thirty


days after the receipt of such list and warrant, render to each

Duty of

person named therein an account of the tax, and if he can-

bailiff.

not render to any person any such account, by reason of his


non-residence or otherwise, he shall publish such account in


some newspaper published in Harford County, and post the


same in some conspicuous place, and may, unless the same


be paid within thirty days, after the publication or delivery


of such account, enforce the payment of the saute in the


same manner, and with the like effect as collectors of State


and county taxes now enforce the payment of State and


county taxes.


SEC. 19. And be it enacted, That the bailiff shall make


all collections required of him, and pay the same to the

Bailiff to
collect

clerk in six months from the time the tax list is placed in


his hands, and which said clerk shall hold, together with


all moneys received by him, subject to the order of the


Commissioners.


SEC. 20. And be it enacted, That the bailiff shall have

Fees of

the same fees for making distresses or making execution for

bailiff.

taxes as are allowed county collectors, and for making


arrest or serving process for the violation of any ordinance


of the corporation, the same fees as are allowed constables


for similar services, and when the bailiff wilfully fails to


discharge any duties of his office, he may, in addition to the


remedy on his bond, be fined by the commissioners in their


discretion, not exceeding ten dollars for any one offense, for


the payment of which said fine his bond shall be responsible.



 
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