New York State Tax Bulletin, Volume 5, Issue 1

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1920
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Page 4 - ... and of the real property of such village, villages or city, or the portion thereof wholly within such town, as appears by the last preceding village or city assessment-roll, bear respectively to the aggregate assessed valuation of the real property of such town and of such village, villages or city, determined by adding together the assessed valuation of the real property of the town, as appears by the last preceding town assessment-roll and the assessed valuation of the real property of such...
Page 7 - ... to answer such questions, he shall be subject to a penalty of ten dollars, to be recovered in an action brought therefor as hereinafter provided. The assessors of each town and the police department of each city shall prepare a list containing the names and addresses, by street and number if any, of the owners of dogs in such town or city, and the number and sex of dogs owned, harbored or kept by each owner, and whether such dogs are kept or harbored in kennels. Such list shall be prepared in...
Page 1 - But real property purchased with the proceeds of a pension, bonus or insurance granted by the United States or by this state for military or naval services...
Page 7 - A kennel license shall continue for the same period as licenses issued under the preceding section. 134. Assessors to prepare lists of dogs. The assessors of each town or police department of a city shall annually in the month of June ascertain by due inquiry the dogs owned, harbored or kept in such town or city. Each owner of a dog shall answer all questions relative to ownership of such dog, and if he answers...
Page 1 - Tjy this state for military or naval services, and owned by the pensioner, the person receiving the bonus or the insured, or by his dependent mother, wife or widow, is subject to taxation as herein provided. Such property shall be assessed in the same manner as other real property in the tax districts.
Page 1 - Court has recently decided that 'the personal property of business corporations, taxable under article 9-a of the Tax Law, both tangible and intangible, is exempt for all purposes, including school purposes, under section 219-j of the Tax Law.

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