The county treasurer, on the fifteenth day of October, shall deliver the list of unpaid
delinquent personal property taxes to the sheriff of the county, who immediately shall
proceed to collect all such taxes, and if they are not paid upon demand, the sheriff
shall distrain sufficient goods and chattels belonging to the person charged with
such taxes to pay the same with penalties and costs. The list given to the sheriff must show the information contained in the original
tax list and must include the name and post-office address of the taxpayer, the taxing
district and school district in which the taxpayer resides, the valuation, the amount
of consolidated taxes, the amount of school per capita or other taxes, and the total
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