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$ 14 amended,
resides, and must have resided thirty days next preceding such
2. To entitle him or her to vote upon a proposition, he or she
§ 3. Section nine of such chapter is hereby amended to read
A president or trustee hereafter
$ 4. Section fourteen of such chapter is hereby amended to read as follows:
§ 14. Official undertakings. The treasurer, police justice, clerk and such other officers as may be required by the board of trustees, shall, before they enter upon the duties of their respective offices, each execute to the village and file with the village clerk, an official undertaking in such sum and with such sureties as the board of trustees shall direct and approve. The board of trustees may at any time require any such officer to file a new official undertaking for such sum and with such sureties as the board shall approve.
§ 5. Section thirty-two of such chapter is hereby amended to read as follows:
$ 32. Clerk. The clerk of the village shall, subject to the direction and control of the board of trustees, have the custody of the corporate seal, and of the books, records and papers of the village, and of all the official reports and communications to the board. He shall act as clerk of the board of trustees, and of each board of village officers, and keep a record of their proceedings; he shall keep an indexed record, in a separate book, of all village ordinances; he shall keep an accurate account of all orders drawn on the treasurer of the village, showing the persons to whom, and the fund from which, the amount of each order is to be paid. He
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shall, at all reasonable hours, on demand of any person, produce for inspection the books, records and papers of his office, and shall furnish a copy of any portion thereof, certified in the proper form to be read in evidence, upon the payment of his fees therefor, at the rate of six cents per folio. It shall also be the duty of such clerk to receive and collect all village taxes and assessments and all water rates, license moneys and all other moneys provided by law to be paid to the village or to any officer thereof. All fees collected by him shall belong to the village and shall be paid into the general village fund. Such clerk shall enter daily in a suitable book or books the sums of money received, the names of the person from whom received, and the particular tax, assessment, subject or department for which such sums were paid and the interest penalty or fee paid thereon, and such book or books shall be public records and shall be open during office hours to public inspection to any taxpayer of the village. Within twenty-four hours after receiving the same he shall pay over to the treasurer all sums of money received by him belonging to the village. The clerk shall keep his office in said village at such place as the board of trustees may provide, and he shall keep such office open each and every day, except Sundays and public holidays and half-holidays, from nine o'clock in the morning until four o'clock in the afternoon.
§ 6. Section thirty-five of such chapter as amended by chapter 35, one hundred and thirty-three of the laws of nineteen hundred and by L. 1912, twelve, is hereby amended to read as follows:
§ 35. Compensation of village officers. The president and trustees, and the members of the municipal board or of other board of commissioners shall serve without compensation, except that the members of the board of trustees, or a committee of their number appointed for that purpose, who shall act as assessors of the village shall be entitled to the same compensation as town assessors for each day actually and necessarily spent by them in making the village assessment. The board of trustees may fix the compensation and further declare the powers and duties of all other village officers or employees and may require any officer or board of the village to furnish reports, estimates or other information relating to any matter within his or its jurisdiction. The salary or compensation of an officer or employee of the village, except present incumbents, elected or appointed for a definite term shall be fixed for such term before he shall have been elected or appointed to such office and shall not be increased or diminished
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Subd. 27 added to $38.
during such term. The provisions of this section shall supersede any other provisions of this or of any other statute fixing the amount of the salary or compensation of any such officer or employee or prescribing the maximum or minimum limitation within which the same may be fixed. No officer or employee of the village shall be entitled to receive for his own use any fees, emoluments or compensation in addition to the salary or compensation fixed for his office or employment by the board of trustees pursuant to the provisions of this section. The various salaries or compensations paid or allowed to village officers or employees at the time this amendment takes effect shall continue until changed in the manner herein provided.
§ 7. Subdivision seven of section thirty-eight of such chapter is hereby amended to read as follows:
7. Fire limits. May establish fire limits, by resolution, filed in the office of the village clerk, and posted in three public places in the village; and may provide in said resolution that certain streets or blocks, as designated therein, shall constitute the limits within said village within which wooden buildings or structures may not be erected or substantially altered.
§ 8. Section thirty-eight of such chapter is hereby amended by addition thereto of a new subdivision, to be numbered twentyseven, to read as follows:
27. Band concerts. May provide for public band concerts within the village annually between June first and September fifteenth, but only after a proposition therefor, the submission whereof is hereby authorized, shall have been duly adopted at a village election, which proposition shall state the maximum amount to be expended for such purpose in any one year.
§ 9. Section thirty-eight of such chapter is hereby amended by adding thereto a new subdivision, to be subdivision twenty-eight, to read as follows:
28. Assessments. Shall act as assessors of the village or may appoint of their number a committee for that purpose, unless separate assessors are appointed or elected as provided by section four of this chapter.
§ 10. Section fifty-four of such chapter is hereby amended to read as follows:
$. 54. Annual assessment-roll. The assessors of the village or the board of trustees or a committee of their number acting as assessors shall, on or before the first Tuesday of June, prepare
Subd. 28 added to $ 38.
$ 54 amended,
an assessment-roll of the persons and property taxable within the village in the same manner and form as is required by law for the preparation of a town assessment-roll. For that purpose the assessors, or persons acting as such, shall have all the power and authority of town assessors to ascertain the true value of the property to be taxed.
§ 11. Section fifty-five of such chapter is hereby amended to 456 read as follows:
§ 55. Meeting of assessors to hear complaints. The assessors shall, at least one week before the first Tuesday in June in each year, cause a notice to be published in each newspaper and published in the village, and posted in at least five conspicuous public places in the village, that on such first Tuesday in June, at a specified place and during four consecutive hours to be named, they will meet for the purpose of completing the assessment-roll and of hearing and determining complaints in relation thereto, and they may adjourn such meeting from day to day, not later than Saturday then next succeeding. A copy of such assessment-roll shall be deposited with the village clerk at least five days prior to such first Tuesday in June, and shall be open to the inspection of every person applying for that purpose at all times during business hours of such days. The notice above specified shall state that said assessment-roll has been deposited as aforesaid, and that it may be seen and examined by any person. Such assessors possess all the powers and are subject to all the duties of town assessors in hearing and determining complaints as to assessments.
§ 12. Section fifty-eight of such chapter is hereby amended to § 58 read as follows:
§ 58. Notice of completion of annual assessment-roll. Upon completing and filing the annual assessment-roll, and on or before the third Tuesday of June, the assessors shall cause notice thereof to be published at least once in the official paper, if any, and
, copies of such notice posted in not less than five public places in the village, specifying the date of filing, and that the same will remain on file with the clerk, subject to public inspection, for fifteen days after the date of such notice; if no official paper
has been designated as such, then said publication shall be made in all of the newspapers published in the village.
§ 13. Sectiou sixty-two of such chapter is hereby amended to $ 62 read as follows:
§ 62. Lien of tax. An woval or special tax is a lien prior
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and superior to every other lien or claim, except the lien of an existing tax or local assessment, on real property upon which it is levied from the date of the delivery to the clerk of the warrant for the collection thereof, until paid or otherwise satisfied or discharged.
§ 14. Section sixty-four of such chapter is hereby amended to read as follows:
§ 64. Warrant. Upon the completion of a tax levy the board of trustees shall deliver to the clerk one of the duplicate rolls. with a warrant thereto annexed, signed by a majority of the board of trustees under the corporate seal of the village, containing a summary statement of the purposes for which the taxes are levied, the amount thereof for each purpose, and the total amount for all purposes, and commanding the clerk to collect the taxes therein levied with his fees, and to return said warrant and roll to the board of trustees within sixty days after the date of the warrant, unless the time shall be extended. The board of trustees may extend the time for the return of the warrant beyond the first sixty days, and such extension shall not affect the validity of the bond given by the clerk and his sureties.
§ 15. Section sixty-five of such chapter is hereby amended to read as follows:
§ 65. Collection of taxes. Upon receiving the assessment-roll and warrant the clerk shall cause a notice to be published at least once in all newspapers published in the village, and posted conspicuously in five public places in the village, stating that on twenty-five days specified therein, to commence not less than six days after the publication and posting thereof, he will attend at his office in the village, specified in the notice, for the purpose of receiving taxes. A person or corporation, who is the owner of or liable to assessment for an interest in real property situated and liable to assessment and taxation in the village, may file with the clerk a notice stating his or its name, residence and post-office address and a description of the premises sufficient to identify the same, and such notice shall be valid and continue in effect until cancelled by such person or corporation. The village clerk shall, within five days after the delivery of the warrant for the collection of taxes, mail to each person or corporation filing such notice, at the post-office address stated therein, a statement of the amount of taxes due on such property and the times and places at which the same may be paid. Any person or corporation paying taxes