Berufsgliederung und Reichtum: Untersuchungen über den Einfluss der Veränderungen in der Berufsgliederung auf Reichtum und Staatsmacht

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Cotta, 1897 - Bibliography - 171 pages
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Page 155 - ... the same person shall be engaged in different concerns relating to trade or manufacture in divers places, in each of which cases a separate assessment shall be made in respect of each concern at the place where such concern, if singly carried on, ought to be charged as herein directed...
Page 153 - ... to deliver an account in each parish wherein any part of such lands is situate, and a separate estimate shall be given of lands in the same occupation belonging to distinct owners; and if any occupier of lands situate in different parishes or places shall wilfully omit to deliver an account of the lands so occupied in each parish or place, although such occupier may not reside in one or more of such parishes or places, he shall be charged for the lands so omitted at treble the rate contained...
Page 154 - Provided that the profits arising from canals, inland navigations, streams of water, drains, or levels, or from any railways, or other roads or ways of a public nature, and belonging to or vested in any company of proprietors or trustees, whether corporate or not corporate, may be stated in one account, and charged in the city, town, or place at or nearest to the place where the general accounts of such concern shall have been usually made up ; and it shall be lawful for the said proprietors or trustees,...
Page 154 - Provided also, That the profits arising from any manor or royalty which shall extend into different parishes may be assessed in one account in the parish where the court for such manor or royalty shall have been usually held : Provided also, that the profits arising from all fines received by the same person, body politic or corporate, or company, may be assessed in one account, where the person to be charged under- the regulations of this Act shall reside : Second.
Page 155 - Every statement of profits to be charged under this Schedule shall include every source so chargeable on the person delivering the same on his own account, or on account of any other person, and every person shall be chargeable in respect of the whole of such duties in one and the same division, and by the same Commissioners (except in cases where the same person shall be engaged in different partnerships, or the same person shall be engaged in different concerns relating to trade or manufacture...
Page 154 - Commissioners, may be charged in eitherparish, at the discretion of the said Commissioners, if they shall be satisfied that the proportion in each parish, either in respect of quantity, rent, or value of the said lands, cannot be ascertained ; and if the said lands...
Page 155 - Britain, or whether such person shall be engaged in one only or more of such concerns, except where the same person shall be engaged in different concerns, and a loss from one concern shall be set off or deducted from the profits of another concern ; and every person not being a householder, nor engaged in any trade...
Page 4 - Die Lage der englischen Landwirtschaft unter dem Drucke der internationalen Konkurrenz der Gegenwart und Mittel und Wege zur Besserung derselben. 18%. Siehe „Koenig, F. Ph.
Page 6 - An Analysis of the Occupations of the People, showing the relative Importance of the Agricultural, Manufacturing, Shipping, Colonial, Commercial, and Mining Interests of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and its Dependencies, in Number, Capital, and Annual Productions, by WF S'packman.
Page 153 - ... owners, or shall be situate in the same or in different parishes or districts, but the charge thereon shall be in each parish or district in proportion to the value of the property situate therein, of which proportions the occupier shall be required to deliver an account in each parish wherein any part of such lands is situate, and a separate estimate shall be given of lands in the same occupation belonging to distinct owners ; and if any occupier of lands situate in different parishes or places...

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