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United States (United States) (search for this): article 4
read as follows: Section I: That in addition to the taxes levied by the act to lay taxes for the common defence and to carry on the Government of the Confederate States, approved April 24th, 1863, there shall be levied from the 17th day of February, 1864, on the subjects of taxation hereinafter mentioned, and collected fromes of disagreement under the 8th section of the act to amend an act entitled an act to levy taxes for the common defence, and carry on the Government of the Confederate States, approved February 17, 1864." Section V: That paragraph sixth, section four, of the act to amend an act entitled an act to lay taxes for the commmon defence and carry on the Government of the Confederate States, approved February 17, 1864, be, and the same is hereby, amended so as to include as wholesale dealers manufacturers, and coal and other miners, and salt manufacturers, who make it a business to sell their own products to other dealers to sell again; and that section 16th of
ird section of this act. Section II: The value of property, shares and interests taxed under the preceding section shall be assessed on the basis of the market value of the same as similar property in the neighborhood, will assessed in the year 1860, except that where lands, slaves, shares or interests have been purchased since the 1st day of January, 1862 other than land purchased by refugees and held and occupied by them for their own use and residence, they shall be assessed at the price actually paid for them by the owner, or, if for any cause that cannot be ascertained then at the market value at the time of such purchase. Shares or interests created since the year 1860 shall be assessed at their actual cost to the present holder; Provided that no shares or interests which are now worth par or over par shall be assessed at less than par. Section III: Upon the amount of all gold and silver coin gold dust, gold and silver button, unless purchased since the first day of Januar
gress, or in case of disagreement with the assessor, to submit the same to referees, as provided by law, or shall fail or refuse to pay the tax thereon, within such time as shall be prescribed by public notice by the district collector, under the direction of the commissioner of taxes, such person shall be deemed and held to be in default." Section VI: That this act shall not be so constituted as to subject to taxation corn, bacon, and agricultural products, which were produced in the year 1863, and in the possession of the producer on the 17th day of February, 1864, and necessary for the support of himself and family during the present year, and from or on which taxes in kind had been deducted and delivered or paid. Section VII: That section fourth, paragraphs one and two, of the act approved February 17, 1864, entitled "an act to lay additional taxes for the communed fence and support of the Government," be so amended as to levy an additional tax of fifty per cent upon the amo
April 24th, 1863 AD (search for this): article 4
ouse of Representatives on Thursday last: The Congress of the Confederate States of America do enact, That the first, second, and third sections of the act to levy additional taxes for the common defence and support of the Government, approved 17th February, 1864, be amended and re-enacted so as to read as follows: Section I: That in addition to the taxes levied by the act to lay taxes for the common defence and to carry on the Government of the Confederate States, approved April 24th, 1863, there shall be levied from the 17th day of February, 1864, on the subjects of taxation hereinafter mentioned, and collected from every person, co partnership, association, or corporation liable therefore, taxes as follows, to wit: First--Upon the value of all property, real, personal, and mixed, of every kind and description, not hereinafter exempted or taxed at a different rate, five per cent: Provided, That from the tax in the value of property employed in agriculture shall be deduc
January 1st, 1862 AD (search for this): article 4
preceding section shall be assessed on the basis of the market value of the same as similar property in the neighborhood, will assessed in the year 1860, except that where lands, slaves, shares or interests have been purchased since the 1st day of January, 1862 other than land purchased by refugees and held and occupied by them for their own use and residence, they shall be assessed at the price actually paid for them by the owner, or, if for any cause that cannot be ascertained then at the marder; Provided that no shares or interests which are now worth par or over par shall be assessed at less than par. Section III: Upon the amount of all gold and silver coin gold dust, gold and silver button, unless purchased since the first day of January, 1862, and then upon the actual cost to the present holder, ten per cent, except where the same is already included in the tax on shares or interests imposed by the first section of this act, and in such cases ten per cent less the amount of
February 17th, 1864 AD (search for this): article 4
mon defence and support of the Government, approved 17th February, 1864, be amended and re-enacted so as to read as follows:April 24th, 1863, there shall be levied from the 17th day of February, 1864, on the subjects of taxation hereinafter mentionecent bonds, or certificates authorized by the act of February 17, 1864, to reduce the currency and authorize new issue of non the Government of the Confederate States, approved February 17, 1864." Section V: That paragraph sixth, section four, ofn the Government of the Confederate States, approved February 17, 1864, be, and the same is hereby, amended so as to include63, and in the possession of the producer on the 17th day of February, 1864, and necessary for the support of himself and fam fourth, paragraphs one and two, of the act approved February 17, 1864, entitled "an act to lay additional taxes for the coms, mentioned in the said paragraphs, between the 17th day of February, 1864, and the 1st day of July next, which additional t
the district collector, under the direction of the commissioner of taxes, such person shall be deemed and held to be in default." Section VI: That this act shall not be so constituted as to subject to taxation corn, bacon, and agricultural products, which were produced in the year 1863, and in the possession of the producer on the 17th day of February, 1864, and necessary for the support of himself and family during the present year, and from or on which taxes in kind had been deducted and delivered or paid. Section VII: That section fourth, paragraphs one and two, of the act approved February 17, 1864, entitled "an act to lay additional taxes for the communed fence and support of the Government," be so amended as to levy an additional tax of fifty per cent upon the amount of all profits made by selling the articles, mentioned in the said paragraphs, between the 17th day of February, 1864, and the 1st day of July next, which additional tax shall be collected under said act.