The Laws of the United States of America.

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General Books, May 18, 2012 - 106 pages
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1803 Excerpt: ...by virtue of the present law to lay Vol. V, B 2 and collect a direct tax: And provided also, That no credit shall be valid until the same shall have been approved by the inspector of the survey, or the supervisor of the district, if comprehending but one survey of inspection; and if any erEn-or in ror has happened, by charging any person with charging being the proprietor of any tract or parcel of a person unseated land, who was not the owner thereof thJwn-' on the first day of ctober one thousand seven er; or-in hundred and ninety-eight, or Jyy assessing to any charging person any tract or parcel of unseated land the owner more than once as proprietor thereof, it shall more than be awful jn ajj Qr Qf these case for tfa once... surveyor of the district in which the said error shall have happened, to correct the same by giving the person so charged such credit in his account respecting the said land as may be just and equitable, Sec. 2. And be it further enaffed, That for the Allow-services aforesaid, the surveyors of the revenue ance to llia.Il respectively be entitled to, and receive veo of rom t'ie United States, the following compenthe re-sations, that is to fay: For every tract of land venue. or dwelling-house, valued and recorded as aforesaid without entry and view, seventy-five cents; for every tract of land or dwelling-house so valued and recorded with entry and view, two dollars; for every mile of necessary travel in going to make such entry and view and returning, five cents-y and that the accounts for the said compensations shall be presented to the supervisors of the districts respectively, and if allowed by them, shall be paid by them and credited to their accounts respectively, in the settlement thereof with the Treasury Department. Sec. 3. And...

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