4 edition of The history of railroad taxation in Michigan ... found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Railroad taxation in Michigan. The history of.|
|Statement||By Wilbur O. Hedrick ....|
|Series||Michigan state library. Legislative reference department|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||69 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||69|
The Michigan County Histories and Atlases Digitization Project is comprised of digitized titles (many composed of multiple volumes) published before The collection offers all members of the community free keyword searching and page-by-page access to digitized reproductions of Michigan county histories and atlases as a resource for. Michigan generates the bulk of its tax revenue by levying a personal income tax and a sales state derives its constitutional authority to tax from Article IX of the state constitution.. Tax policy can vary from state to state. States levy taxes to help fund the variety of services provided by state governments.
The railroad would come to play a role in almost every critical event in Michigan's nineteenth- and early twentieth-century history, before beginning to wane following the arrival of the automobile. Looking ahead to the future of the railroad in the Great Lakes region, Meints assesses the strengths and shortcomings of this revolutionary Range: $ - $ Tackabury's atlas of the state of Michigan: including statistics and descriptions of its topography, hydrography, climate, natural and civil history, railway and steam boat history, educational institutions, material resources, etc. / Catalog Record Only LeGear. Atlases of the United States, Includes indexes and brief history of Michigan. Taxation has existed in various forms since civilization began. In days of old the source of wealth was land and its proceeds. Before the existence of a monetary system, taxes were paid by a percentage of crops raised. Through most of history, the tax assessor and the tax col-lector were the same person; therefore, “tax collector”.
Railroads and Property Taxes* JAC C. HECKELMAN Wake Forest University AND JOHN JOSEPH WALLIS University of Maryland Nineteenth century state and local governments continued to invest in railroads and other internal improvement projects long after it was clear that these projects were ﬁnancially very Size: KB. According to Gerald Carson in his book, The Social History of Bourbon, one such tax collector, who had employed the services of a dozen soldiers to guard his house, had it burned to the ground nonetheless. At one point in , a mob of over 5, men advanced on Pittsburgh threatening to burn down the whole city, but they were met by town. Official map of Michigan, railroad, township and sectional, prepared under the direction of the commissioner of railroads. Detailed state map including drainage, cities and towns, and the railroad network. Census information, with miles of line by county, at left margin of map. Contributor: Cram & Stebbins Date:
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4 The state also granted railroads in the lower peninsula a tax exemption of seven years and ten years for lines in the U.P. Lower peninsula lines were assessed a one-percent per-annum tax on.Survey of Railroad and Utility Ebook Practices Among the States: Update. Additional detailed reports are required by railroad companies claiming the tax credit.
All telephone companies, car lines and railroads are required to file such a report annually. Further appeal may be made to Michigan Tax Tribunal by June