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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1876
Volume 199, Page 433   View tiff image (60K)
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JOHN LEE CARROLL, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR

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same shall belong; the working tools of mechanics

 

and manufacturers, moved or worked exclusively by

 

hand; wearing apparel of every description; fish,

 

while in the possession of the fishermen employed

 

in catching, salting and packing the same while

 

they remain in their possession, or in that of their

 

agents unsold; hospitals or asylums, charitable or

 

benevolent institutions, so far as used for the bene-

 

fit of the indigent and afflicted, and the ground

 

which the buildings used as such hospitals, asylums,

 

charitable or benevolent institutions shall actually

 

cover, and the equipments owned by such corpora-

 

tions or institutions. All other property in this

 

State of every kind, nature and description what-

Liable to

soever, shall be liable to valuation, assessment and

valuation.

taxation; and all acts or parts of acts exempting any

 

other property except that exempted by this act,

 

from valuation, assessment, or taxation for State,

 

county or municipal purposes, which can be repealed

 

by this General Assembly, are, to the extent of such

 

exemption, whenever or however the same has been

 

heretofore granted, hereby expressly declared to be

 

repealed to the extent of said exemption as aforesaid,

Repealed,

and to be hereafter of no force or effect in granting

 

such exemption.

 

SEC. 3. And be it enacted, That to facilitate and ex-

 

pedite the assessment of property in this State under

Assessment

this act, the several counties of this State, and the

 

City of Baltimore, are hereby divided into the fol-

 

lowing assessment districts: Allegany county shall

Allegany

be divided into three assessment districts; the first

county.

shall be composed of the first, second, third and

 

fourth election districts of said county; the second

 

shall be composed of the fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth

 

and fourteenth election districts of said county;

 

the third shall be composed of the ninth, tenth,

 

eleventh, twelfth and thirteenth election districts of

 

said county. Anne Arundel county shall be divided

Anne Arundel

into two assessment districts; the first shall be the

county.

territory within the corporate limits of the City of

 

Annapolis; the second shall constitute all of the said

 

county not included within the limits of the City of

 

Annapolis. Baltimore city shall be divided into

Baltimore city

twenty assessment districts upon the basis of the

 

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