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  82.670.  Who to pay in case fees are insufficient for the maintenance of office. — In the event that the fees so collected, deducted and retained by the collector out of the amounts so collected for state, city and school are insufficient to pay and discharge, in full, the amount required and necessary for all salaries, clerical hire and other expenses and costs of collecting the revenue, the deficiency shall be paid by the state, city and school, respectively, out of the undistributed collected taxes in the collector's hands due the state, city and school, respectively, in proportion that the amount of revenue so collected for each bears to the total amount so collected for all, as such amounts shall be reflected in and by the said settlement made annually on the first Monday in March; and for the purpose of paying and discharging such deficiency, the collector shall deduct and retain out of such undistributed collected taxes, the said proportionate amounts, and use same to pay and discharge said deficiency; provided, that the comptroller of the city may reasonably limit the expenditures of said office and the cost of collecting the revenue; provided, further, that nothing in this section contained shall be construed as repealing the law requiring the collector to deposit, daily, in the city treasury, all moneys collected for the city, nor the law requiring him to deposit, weekly, with the state treasurer, all revenue collected for the state.  The collector of the revenue, under this section, shall keep at all times in his office a notary public, who shall administer oaths and take notarial acknowledgments in connection with such office without charge.


(L. 1945 p. 1311 § 8)

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