Section 40-7-36Book showing amount of taxes delivered to collector.
After the book of assessments has been completed as provided in this title, the tax assessor must enter in a book in concise form the amount of taxes assessed against each taxpayer, showing separately the amount of taxes on real estate and personal property and other subjects of taxation, and the total amount of tax due, and the address of the taxpayer and the fees of the assessor with a blank for the fees of the collector, and such book he must turn over to the tax collector on or before September 15. For the services rendered by him in preparing such book he shall receive compensation to be allowed by the county commission as follows: In counties where the aggregate assessed value of real and personal property amounts to $2,000,000 or less, $100; when the assessed value amounts to more than $2,000,000 and not exceeding $4,000,000, $125; when the assessed values amount to more than $4,000,000 and not exceeding $6,000,000, $175; when the assessed values amount to more than $6,000,000 and not exceeding $8,000,000, $200; when the assessed values amount to more than $8,000,000, such compensation as may be fixed by the county commission, not less than $250 and not exceeding $600; but any assessor who fails to complete such abstract by the time required shall forfeit all right to compensation.
(Acts 1935, No. 194, p. 256; Code 1940, T. 51, §65.)