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BALTIMORE CITY
BALTIMORE CITY ARCHIVES
(Bureau of Treasury Management)
1907-1974
BRG65

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The Bureau of Treasury Management, part of the Department of Finance, was organized in 1964. It is responsible for all city monies, covering debt, bond issues, cash management, licenses, permits, and liens. In additon the bureau handles legal action on tax delinquents.

Prior to the 1964 reorganization, the Bureau of Collections and the Bureau of Receipts carried out the duties of Treasury Management.






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  Details1917-1951Tax Sale Docket Books

Record of the sale of property for delinquent taxes. Each docket begins with an index arranged alphabetically according to street names. Entries include name of assessed person, purchaser's name, assessment, breakdown of costs, sale price, and final disposition of the deed.

The first sixty-six pages of Docket 13 are on the last reel of Minor Privilege Registers (see RG65 S2, BCA 1607). Pages 88-90 of Docket 19 are on the beginning of the Bureau of Markets - Status of Stalls (RG42 S7, BCA 1596).

BRG65-1
  Details1917-1951Register of Minor Privileges

Master list of all minor privileges granted. Entries contain the minor privilege number, location, type of privilege granted (such as for signs, steps, brick veneer), name of person to whom privilege was granted, first year's charge and any subsequent charges, pertinent remarks, and an indication of whether the privilege is temporary or permanent.

Researchers should also consult the Registers of Public Franchises and Minor Privileges for 1878-present which constitute RG48 Series 51.

A portion of Docket 13 of the Bureau of Receipts Tax Sale Dockets appears at the end of the third reel (BCA 1607) . It begins with an index arranged alphabetically by street and includes the first sixty-six pages of the register. Inclusive sale dates are June 11, 1917 through July 8, 1918. Entries include purchaser's name, assessment, breakdown of costs; sale price, and final disposition of the property.

BRG65-2
  Details1907-1974Defunct Banks Escheat FundsThe defunct bank escheat funds are records of unclaimed funds of defunct banks. When a bank was liquidated receivers were appointed by the Circuit Court to locate depositors or free shareholders to pay them a pro rata share of the funds received from the Receivers based upon the amount of the dividends declared unto them. Chapter 46 of the State Legislative Acts of 1945 provided that funds unclaimed after seven years under the Court's direction, shall be payable to the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore for the benefit of the Public schools. However, the City had to hold the funds in trust so that if any of the claimants or depositors should produce their pass books and assert their claim the City is required to pay them at the pro rata share.BRG65-3
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