The corporate authorities of any such political subdivision shall certify the name
of any officer or employe whose taxes are delinquent to the paymaster or requisitioning
officer or clerk of any department, board, office or agency of the political subdivision,
and direct such paymaster, officer or clerk, in submitting any subsequent payroll,
to deduct from the salary or compensation of such officer or employe such amount as
the corporate authorities shall fix, not, however, exceeding twenty per centum of
the amount of such salary or compensation payable at one payroll period, and to submit
an additional warrant, voucher or requisition drawn against the appropriation for
the payment of the salary or compensation of such officer or employe in favor of the
collector of taxes equal to the amount by which such salary or compensation was so
reduced. The paymaster, officer or clerk shall accompany such warrant, voucher or requisition,
in favor of the collector of taxes, with his statement showing against whose delinquent
taxes the amount of such warrant, voucher or requisition shall be credited. The treasurer of the political subdivision shall make payments to the officer or
employe and to the collector of taxes in accordance with such warrants, vouchers or
requisitions. The statement of the paymaster, officer or clerk shall accompany each such payment
to the collector of taxes.
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