Laws of the Teritory [Sic] of Montana Passed at the Second Session of the Legislature, 1866; Beginning March 5, 1866, and Ending April 14, 1866

Laws of the Teritory [Sic] of Montana Passed at the Second Session of the Legislature, 1866; Beginning March 5, 1866, and Ending April 14, 1866

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1866 edition. Excerpt: ...time this act. shall remain in full force and eflect, and no longer. Sec 3. This act to take effectand be in force from and after its passage. Approved, April 9th, 1866. AN ACT creating the office of Assessors, and defining their duties. Bait enacted bythe Legislative./isscmbly of the Territory of Montana, as follows: Section 1. The County Commissioners of each county. shall, on or before the fifteenth da.y of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, divide their respective counties into a convenient number of districts for the purpose of assessing the property of each county, and shall appoint for each of said districts, an assessor. Sec. 2. That said district assessors, shall give bond, in such amount as the board cf commissioners may deem proper, and shall assess all property and list all persons subject to the payment of a poll-tax within.their respective districts, in accordance with the provisions an act entitled an act. providing for the collection of the revenue, approved February sixth 1865.. Sec. 3. The said assessors shall commence on the discharge of their duties, on the first day of July in each year, and complete the same on.the last day of September in each year. They shall collect all poll-taxes.from each person over twenty one years, and under fifty years of age, residing in their respective district. Sec. 4. The Territorial Auditor shall issue to the board of County Commissioners of each county, printed poll-tax receipts signed by him, and take their receipt for the same. '.l'he County Commissioners shall issue said poll-tax receipts to the district assessors, and charge them with amount, and the said assessors and their sureties shall be responsible for the same. No receipt for the payment of any poll-tax, shall be of any...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236908570
  • 9781236908575