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Tweed Fisheries Act 1857

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XXIX Collectors to pay over Moneys to the Treasurer.U.K.

Every Collector appointed or employed by the Commissioners by virtue of this Act to collect any Rates shall, within Seven Days after he shall have received any Moneys on account of any such Rates, pay over the same to the Treasurer to the Account of the Commissioners, and the Receipt of the Treasurer for the Moneys so paid shall be a sufficient Discharge to such Collector; and every such Collector shall, in such Time and in such Manner as the Commissioners direct, deliver to them true and perfect Accounts in Writing under his Hand of all Moneys received by him and of all Moneys paid by him to the Treasurer by virtue of this Act, and also a List of the Names of all Persons who have neglected or refused to pay any Rate or Money owing by them, with a Statement of the Moneys due by them respectively.

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