Williams, who was appointed for that purpose, growing out of the fact that the laws of this State are vague and indefinite on this subject, and do not authorize or prescribe the mode or time of making supplemental assessments, and the court not being fully informed of its legal powers in this behalf, nor of the validity of said supplemental tax list, and it further appearing that a large number of,the debtors have positively refused payment as charged in said list, and the court not wishing to involve the collector and such delinquent debtors in expensive and vexatious suits atdaw, to ascertain the legal effect of the said sup plemental tax list, and the time being near at hand, when al!

Kinsworthy v. Mitchell, 21 Ark. 145 (Arkansas, Jan. 1, 1860)

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