Annual Report - Auditor of State

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Public Information Office, Office of the Auditor of State., 1900 - Finance, Public

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Page 251 - Lucas, Madison, Mahoning, Marion, Medina, Meigs, Mercer, Miami, Monroe, Montgomery, Morgan, Morrow, Muskingum, Noble, Ottawa, Paulding, Perry, Pickaway, Pike, Portage, Preble, Putnam, Richland, Ross, Sandusky, Scioto, Seneca, Shelby, Stark, Summit, Trumbull, Tuscarawas, Union, Van Wert, Vinton, Warren, Washington, Wayne, Williams, Wood, Wyandot...
Page 235 - 'all grist, oil and saw mills; all manufactories of iron, glass, paper, clocks and nails; all distilleries, breweries and tanneries; all iron, brass and copper foundries,
Page 235 - ... one-fifth to one-half, varying with the several years, from the taxes levied upon real estate. Under the act of February 3, 1825, which took effect March 1, 1826, all taxable property was placed upon the grand duplicate, viz.: Lands and town lots, including buildings, horses, cattle, pleasure carriages, over the value of one hundred dollars, and merchants' and brokers' capital, to which was added "money loaned at interest...
Page 260 - AGGREGATE VALUATION AND RATES OF TAXATION The following pages give the aggregate valuation of all the real and personal property placed upon the duplicate for taxation in each township, city...
Page 399 - Pacific Express Company, Southern Express Company, United States Express Company, Wells, Fargo & Company's Express, and Western Express Company.
Page 260 - State purposes, and thus shows the entire tax for all purposes in each locality, except in rare instances where taxes for purely special purposes — such as taxes for road improvements, where abutting property only is taxed and collected on a separate duplicate, or where assessments are made against city lots at a rate per foot front — are placed upon the duplicate for collection for the benefit of contractors. Townships, Corporations, etc. 1885. 1886. Valuation. Rate. Valuation. Rate. Adam
Page 252 - ... kinds of personal property, as equalized by local boards, is shown by the following table from the report of the auditor of State for 1899: Horses.
Page 235 - Funds for county purposes were derived from a poll-tax and a tax upon horses, mules and cattle, to which was added, by legislative appropriation, a percentage, from one-fifth to one-half, varying with the several years, from the taxes levied upon real estate. Under the act of February 3...
Page 5 - The balances in the Treasury to the credit of the several funds, at the close of the fiscal year 1879, were as follows : General Revenue Fund : $199.577 83 Sinking Fund 741,804 75 State Common School Fund!
Page 253 - Cattle 24,802,704.00 Mules, etc 494,346.00 Sheep 6,753,401.00 Hogs 4,972,424.00 Carriages 4,229,946.00 All other personal property subject to taxation and not included in any of the foregoing or subsequent items of this statement.. 37,033,250.00 Watches .' 1,820,019.00 Pianos and organs 4,680,475.00 Mining stock 37,318,721.00 Value required to be listed as banker, broker, or stock jobber 753, 817. 00 Manufacturers' stock, etc 15,439,263.00 Value of all moneys in possession or on deposit subject to...

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