“634. The bailiff shall have free access to the registers, collection rolls and other documents deposited in the office of the council, and he may demand the services of the officers of the municipality of such council, under the same penalties as if such services were required by the council itself.
“635. The bailiff shall take possession of all documents which are necessary to him for the execution of the judgment and orders of the court.
On the refusal or neglect of the municipal council or its officers to deliver up such documents, he may take possession thereof.
“636. If it is impossible for the seizing officer to obtain the list of persons bound to pay a part of the amount of the moneys to be levied, or if there is no such list, the bailiff shall, without delay, proceed to make the inquiries and censuses necessary to prepare such list; and he may base the special collection roll for the money to be levied on such list.
The costs incurred in making such inquiries and censuses, as taxed by the court from which the writ issued, shall from part of the costs of execution and shall be recoverable from the municipality.”