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qualification of his accessor. The President of the Council
shall be possessed of the same qualifications.
SEC. 2. And be it enacted, That this Act shall take effect
from the date of its passage.
Approved March 10th, 1914.
"ANACT to repeal Sections 18, 19, 24 a.nd 25 of Chapter 425 of
the Acts of Assembly of the year 1892, incorporating the town
of Lonaconing and to re-enact the same with amendments."
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Mary-
land, That Sections 18,19, 24 and 25 of Chapter 425 of the Acts
of Assembly of 1892, incorporating the town of Lonaconing, be
and the same are hereby repealed and re-enacted so as to read
SEC. 18. And be. it enacted, That whenever they shall levy
a tax, the Mayor and Councilmen shall make out an alphabetical
list of the persons chargeable therewith, and shall affix the re-
spective sums to be collected from each person, and annex to
the said list a warrant to the Clerk to collect the same; and all
taxes levied upon real or leasehold estate shall be a lien thereon
from the date of such levy.
SEC. 19. And be it enacted, That the Clerk shall within ten
days after the receipt of such warrant and list, render to each
person named therein, an account of his tax; and if the said
tax be paid to the said Clerk within thirty days after the re-
ceipt by him of the list and warrant aforesaid, a discount of two
per centum shall be allowed the taxpayer, which deduction shall
in each case be noted by the Clerk upon the, receipt given to said
taxpayer; and if the said tax shall not be paid within thirty
days after the delivery of such account, either in person, or
by leaving the same upon the premises with the tenant, the said
tax shall bear interest at the rate of six per centum per annum
from the date of the levy; and the said Clerk shall collect the
same by distress and sale of the goods and chattels of the delin-
quent, or by levy on, and sale of the real estate, if there be no
or net sufficient personal property, and he shall have the same
power to distrain for taxes and make sales thereunder as is now
provided for collectors, of State and County taxes, or he may
proceed as hereinafter provided.