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OF COUNTY TREASURER.

CHAPTER 59.

OF COUNTY TREASURER.

AN ACT in relation to the County Treasurer of Sussex County; and

to compel his attendance upon the Trustees of the Poor of Sussex County at their regular and special meetings.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:

County Treasurer of Sussex County to at

the Poor

Section 1. That the County Treasurer of Sussex Countend meeting ty be, and he is hereby, directed to attend upon The Trus

tees of the Poor of Sussex County at their regular and special meetings, and he is hereby required to lay before said Trustees of the Poor of Sussex County all records, papers, warrants and vouchers so that the financial standing of said Trustees of the Poor may from time to time be ascertained.

Notification of meeting

Section 2. The said County Treasurer shall be notified of any special meeting of the Trustees of the Poor at least one day in advance of such meeting; but no notice shall be given said County Treasurer of any regular meeting.

Penalty for failure to attend

Section 3. If the said County Treasurer shall fail or neglect to conform to the provisions hereof, he shall forfeit and pay to the Trustees of the Poor of Sussex County the sum of one hundred dollars, to be recovered in an action of debt before any Justice of the Peace of Sussex County.

Approved February 20, A. D. 1913.

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AN ACT to authorize Robert M. Burns, lato Receiver of taxes and

County Treasurer of New Castle County, to collect the unpaid
taxes on his duplicates for the years A. D. 1909, 1910, 1911 and
1912,

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:

Burns author

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Section 1. That Robert M. Burns, late Receiver of Robert M. Taxes and County Treasurer of New Castle County, is ixed to collect hereby authorized and directed to collect all unpaid taxes remaining due and unpaid on his tax duplicates for the years A. D. 1909, 1910, 1911 and 1912; that the said Robert M. Burns, for the purpose of Collecting said taxes is hereby vested with all the powers and authority, and subjected to all the liabilities and duties provided in an Act of the General Assembly, entitled “An Act in Relation to the Collection of Taxes for New Castle County,” passed at Dover, May 29, A. D. 1897, and printed beginning on page 2 of the Appendix in Vol. 20, Laws of Delaware; and that all such taxes so collected by the said Robert M. Burns, shall be paid over to the County Treasurer of New Castle County, in the manner provided for in said Act of the General Assembly and as provided by law.

Section 2. That the Levy Court of New Castle County Lewy Court of is hereby authorized and empowered to appoint one or Countertical two clerks, who shall be agreeable to the said Robert M. assistance to Burns, to assist in the collection of said taxes; that the Burns said clerk or clerks shall be liable to the said Robert M. Burns for the faithful performance of their duties and shall be under the control of the said Robert M. Burns,

OF RECEIVER OF TAXES AND COUNTY TREASURER.

and the said Robert M. Burns shall have the right to discharge any such clerk or clerks at any time for neglect of duty and be responsible for all the official acts, neglects and defaults of such clerk or clerks.

Compensation

Section 3. That the Levy Court of New Castle County is hereby authorized and empowered to pay to the said Robert M. Burns for his services in collecting said unpaid taxes, and to said clerk or clerks for their services, such reasonable compensation as the said Levy Court shall deem proper.

Approved March 26, A. D. 1913.

TITLE THIRD

Of Public Arms and Defence

CHAPTER 61.

OF THE PUBLIC ARMS AND DEFENCE.

AN ACT providing for the purchase, repair and erection of State

Armories and Arsenals.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:

Section 1. The Armory Commission, consisting of the Armory ComGovernor, the State Treasurer, the Adjutant General, thorized to seQuartermaster General, and the commanding officer of ground and troops, be, and it is hereby authorized and directed to secure by gift or purchase, lots of ground and buildings at suitable places within the State of Delaware, to be selected by said Armory Commission for State Armories and Arsenals, and that when such grounds and buildings are secured the title to the same shall be taken in the Title to be in name of the State of Delaware. Upon the acquirement the State of of the title to suitable lots of land and buildings, as above provided, the State Armory Commission is hereby authorized and empowered to draw its warrants on the State Treasurer for the purchase price of such lots of land, buildings and repairs, and after title has been properly vested in the State of Delaware, the State Armory Commission shall have plans prepared for suitable Commission to Armories and Arsenals to be erected or repaired there-pared

buildings

the name of

plans

OF THE PUBLIC ARMS AND DEFENCE.

on.

Limit of expenditures

The cost of the said Armories and Arsenals, and the sites upon which the same are to be erected or repaired, and all equipment, including plumbing, lighting, heating and lockers, shall not exceed the aggregate sum of Twenty-one Thousand Dollars, and the said sum of Twenty-one Thousand Dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary to carry into effect the provisions of this Act, is hereby appropriated out of the State Treasury, to be paid by the State Treasurer upon warrants drawn by the Armory Commission.

To advertise for bid

Section 2. That after plans have been prepared and accepted for the erection or repair of State Armories and Arsenals, the State Armory Commission shall advertise for bids and shall make an award for the erection or repair of the said buildings to the lowest and most responsible bidders, and when the contracts are awarded the successful bidder in each case shall enter into such contract as the Armory Commission may require, and give bond for such an amount as the Armory Commission may think necessary for the proper enforcement of

the contract. No money shall be paid on account of said No money to contracts except upon the certification by the Architect When certified in charge that the work contracted to be done is fifty per

cent. completed, upon which the Armory Commission is completed shall pay to the contractor fifty per cent. of the contract

price, the remaining fifty per cent. on any contract to be paid upon the completion and acceptance by the Armory Commission of the work to be done under said contract.

charge that fifty per cent

Storage of Military property

Section 3. That when such buildings or repairs to buildings have been completed and accepted, all Government and State Military properties that the Military au

thorities of the State may desire shall be stored in the turned over to State Arsenals, and the use and occupation of the reOrganization mainder of the Arsenals or Armories shall be turned ov..

er to such State Military Organization or Organizations

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