The secretary of state shall annually procure such number of metallic plates as may
be required, of convenient size and shape, or design to be changed each year, and
having cast thereon in raised letters, “S.L.T.” and the figures indicating the year
for which the tax has been paid; and he shall also cause to be prepared printed blanks
bound in book form, and arranged in such manner that one certificate can be cut off
and a stub or duplicate thereof left in the book; and the secretary of state, on
or before the first day of July in each year, or as soon thereafter as may be possible,
shall deliver to the clerk of each county in the state the metallic plates and also
an equal number of blank certificates with stubs or duplicates, signed by the secretary
of state, and each such clerk shall remit to the division of taxation and collection
of the department of revenue out of the funds collected the cost of such license tags,
record books, and the expense of transmitting the same as shall be certified to such
clerk by the secretary of state.
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