CAROLINE COUNTY. 1707
correctness of his claim, shall have issued a writ of fieri facias upon the
said progeny, which writ shall be directed to some constable or other
officer, who thereupon shall seize said progeny and sell the same under
the provisions of the Code of Public General Laws regulating sales under
execution from justices of the peace.
P. L. L., 1888, Art! 6, sec. 22'5. 1888, ch. 136, sec. 3.
558. After the expenses attending such sale, and the amount pf the
lien upon said progeny have been satisfied, the balance, if any, shall be.
paid to the owner of such property sold.
1904, ch. 176, sec. 1. 1924, ch. 208.
559. It shall be the duty of the State's Attorney for Caroline County
not only to prosecute cases in which indictments may be found by the
grand jury for the body of Caroline County, but also to attend prelim-
inary hearings before the justices of the peace in said county if the charge
against the traverser is such that it might later be referred to the grand
jury, provided he is requested to do so by any justice of the peace in
said county; and, when in the judgment of the state's attorney, his pres-
ence is required or needed at such preliminary hearings or trials. The
state's attorney for Caroline Comity shall receive an annual salary of
one thousand two hundred dollars for the performance of the official
duties of his said office, which are now or may hereafter be required by
law, said salary to be in lieu of all fees, appearance and trial, and all
other compensations for same and to be payable semi annually on the
first day of January and the first day of July by the county treasurer;
provided, however, that his actual expenses incurred in following and
trying criminal cases removed from said county shall be paid in addition
to this salary; and that all general or local laws inconsistent with the
provisions of this Act are hereby repealed.
1904, ch. 176, sec. 2.
560. It shall be the duty of the sheriff to collect and pay over to the
County Commissioners quarterly any appearance or other fee, taxed as
part of the cost payable to the state's attorney in any criminal case.
1890, ch. 24.
561. In all cases of the sale of real estate by the collectors of State
and county taxes for non-payment of said taxes, there shall be allowed
to the said collector from the proceeds of sale of such real estate, in addi-
tion to the fees and expenses now allowed by law, a reasonable sum for
his counsel fees not to exceed the sum of ten dollars for reporting said
sale to and procuring the ratification thereof by the circuit court for said