OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL.
AN ACT Authorizing the Attorney-General to appoint one or more Deputies for the purpose of Collecting Taxes owed by proclaimed Corporations.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:
Section 1. That the Attorney-General of this State may appoint one or more Special Deputy-Attorneys-General for the purpose of enforcing the provisions of and collecting the taxes due by proclaimed corporations under an Act entitled, "An Act to raise revenue for the State by taxing certain corporations", approved March tenth, 1899, and the amendments thereto. The Special Deputy or Deputies appointed by the Attorney-General under this Act shall have all the power and authority which the Attorney-General himself has under the provisions of the aforesaid law.
Section 2. The appointees of said Attorney-General shall receive as compensation for their services thirty-three
and one-third per centum of taxes collected.
Approved March 19, A. D. 1913.