A Hand-book of the U.S. Tax Law, (approved July 1, 1862) with All the Amendments, to March 4, 1863: Comprising the Decisions of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, Together with Copious Notes and Explanations for the Use of Taxpayers of Every Class, and the Officers of the Revenue of All the States and Territories

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J.S. Voorhies, 1863 - Taxation - 324 pages
 

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Page 278 - That if any person or persons shall make, sign, or issue, or cause to be made, signed, or issued, any instrument, document, or paper of any kind or description whatsoever, without the same being duly stamped, for denoting the tax hereby imposed thereon, or without having thereupon an adhesive stamp to denote said tax...
Page 293 - Where the person or persons entitled to any beneficial interest in such property...
Page 227 - In case of the death or removal of the collector, or the expiration of his term of office from any other cause, said record shall be delivered to his successor in office; and a copy of every such record, certified by the collector, shall be evidence in any court of the truth of the facts therein stated.
Page 275 - An act to provide increased revenue from imports, to pay interest on the public debt, and for other purposes...
Page 274 - And the collectors shall account for all moneys received for passports in the manner hereinbefore provided, and a like amount shall be paid for every passport issued by any minister or consul of the United States, who shall account therefor to the treasury.
Page 216 - AttorneyGeneral, which bonds shall be filed in the office of the first comptroller of the treasury...
Page 291 - Protest : Upon the protest of every note, bill of exchange, acceptance, check or draft, or any marine protest, whether protested by a notary public or by any other officer who may be authorized by the law of any State or States to make such protest, twenty-five cents.
Page 299 - An act to reduce internal taxation, and to amend an act entitled, 'An act to provide internal revenue to support the government, and to pay interest on the public debt, and for other purposes.
Page 298 - An act to provide internal revenue to support the Government and to pay interest on the public debt,
Page 217 - ... shall fail to make and exhibit a list or return required by law, but shall consent to disclose the particulars of any and all the property, goods, wares, and merchandise, articles, and objects liable to pay any...

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