In all cases where taxes upon unseated lands are paid to a county treasurer by the
owners or claimants of said lands, it shall be the duty of such treasurer to enter
such payments upon the proper book kept by him, for the purpose, and if requested
by the person paying such taxes, give a certified copy, under the official seal of
said county treasurer, of the entries in such book, specifying the name of the person
or persons as whose property such lands are taxed, the location of such lands, the
number of the warrant, and the number of acres or other description thereof, the kind
and amount of taxes assessed thereon and so paid, the date of payment of the same,
and the name of the person or persons paying the said taxes and for whose use the
same are paid: Provided, That the said treasurer shall be entitled to receive therefor,
from the person demanding the said receipt or certified copy, the sum of twenty-five
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