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Session Laws, 1922
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George's County, in which case all expenses so incurred shall
be repaid to the Mayor and Common Council of the town by
the County Commissioners, who are authorized and required
to levy annually such amount as may be necessary for reim-
bursement thereof, and to issue warrants for such purposes
payable to the Mayor and Common Council of said town.

26. At all elections to be held under the provisions of this
Act on the first Monday in May, 1922, and every two years
thereafter there shall be one person elected as treasurer of
said town who shall possess the same qualifications as are
herein prescribed in the case of the Mayor, to serve for two
years, and until his successor is elected and qualified, whose
duty it shall be to keep an account of the receipts and dis-
bursements of the corporation in a well bound book to be pro-
vided by the Mayor and Common Council. Said treasurer,
before entering upon his duties, shall give bond in such penalty
as shall be named by the Mayor and Common Council for the
faithful performance of his duties hereunder, to the Mayor and
Common Council, and the said bond shall be recorded among
the records of the said corporation. Said treasurer shall qual-
ify, and enter upon the duties of his office on or before the
first Monday in June succeeding his election, and the failure
to qualify within the time herein specified shall be deemed a
refusal to accept the office; in which case, as in the case of
death, resignation or refusal to act, some person having the
qualifications referred to above shall be elected to his place and
stead by the Mayor and a majority vote of the Common Coun-
cilmen elected, provided that if at the expiration of first year
of the term of said treasurer and before the tax bills for the
next year are placed in his hands, he shall make a full and
complete settlement of all money received by him and shall
report the amount of and return all bills for taxes which are
delinquent tax bills, and insolvencies as provided herein; he
may be relieved of the amount so charged against him by the
Mayor and Common Council, and the amount of tax bills
shall at the beginning of the second year of said term be placed
in his hands and charged to him under his bond as delinquent
taxes to be collected by him as such; and it is further provided
that the said treasurer shall within one month after the expira-
tion of his term of office make a full settlement of all moneys
received by him, and upon the failure to do this his bond shall
be put in suit. All moneys collected or received hereunder by
said treasurer shall be disbursed by him upon the orders of


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