Article - Courts and Judicial Proceedings
(a) This section applies to all licenses issued by the clerk of a circuit court other than those issued under Title 17 of the Business Regulation Article.
(b) On or before the first Monday of June and December of each year, the clerk of a circuit court shall return to the Comptroller, under oath, an account of the licenses issued by the clerk, which states:
(1) The number of licenses issued of each grade and kind;
(2) The date each license was issued;
(3) The amount of money received for each license;
(4) The person to whom each license was issued; and
(5) The number, grade, and description of all blank licenses remaining.
(c) If a clerk fails to make an account to the Comptroller in accordance with subsection (a) of this section, the Comptroller shall:
(1) Charge the clerk with the entire cost of blank licenses delivered to the clerk at the rate fixed by law; and
(2) Immediately afterwards, direct a suit to be brought against the official bond of the clerk to recover the amount.