Revenue Bill: Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives with Reference to the New Revenue Bill. Sixty-fifth Congress, Second Session
Governemnt Printing Office, 1918 - Taxation
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Page 1154 - would suggest that the law be amended as follows: Amendment to Part II, section 12 (2), paragraph 2, of the act. entitled "An act to increase the revenue and for other purposes," approved October third, nineteen hundred and seventeen. Amend that portion of the said second paragraph, under subdivision (c) by adding the words "or
Page 1154 - (c) In the case of insurance companies, the net addition, if any, required by law, or regulations made in pursuance of law, to be made within the year to reserve funds and the sums other than dividends paid within the year on policy and annuity contracts.
Page 1153 - There is no foundation in nature or in natural law why a set of words upon parchment should convey the dominion of land; why the son should have a right to exclude
Page 1143 - son should have a right to exclude his fellow-creatures from a determinate spot of ground, because his father had done so before him; or why the occupier of a particular field or of a jewel, when
Page 1275 - imposed by section two hundred and one, a tax equivalent to eight per centum of the net income of such trade or business in excess of the following deductions: In the case of a domestic corporation, $3,000, and in the case of a domestic partnership or a citizen or
Page 1078 - assembled, That hereafter there shall be levied, collected, and paid upon articles hereinafter mentioned, imported from foreign countries, the rates of duty which are herein respectively prescribed, namely: Lead ore and lead dross, 2 cents per pound: Provided, That silver ore and all other ores containing lead shall pay a duty of
Page 1259 - past services of the individual, or of the husband or parent of the individual in any office or employment of profit, and income derived from the exercise of a profession, trade, or vocation.
Page 1092 - JOSEPH W. FORDNEY, Michigan. J. HAMPTON MOORE, Pennsylvania. WILLIAM R. GREEN, Iowa. CHARLES H. SLOAN, Nebraska. NICHOLAS LONGWORTH, Ohio. GEORGE W. FAIRCHILD, New York. JOHN A. STERLING, Illinois. WHITMELL P. MARTIN, Louisiana. WILLIS C. HAWLEY, Oregon. ALLEN T. TREADWAY, Massachusetts. John E. Walker, Clerk. REVENUE BILL. Committee on
Page 1092 - Representatives. sixty-fifth congress, second session. CLAUDE KITCHIN, North Carolina, Chairman. HENRY T. RAINEY, Illinois. LINCOLN DIXON, Indiana. CORDELL HULL, Tennessee. JOHN N. GARNER, Texas. JAMES W. COLLIER, Mississippi. CLEMENT C. DICKINSON, Missouri. WILLIAM A. OLDFIELD, Arkansas. CHARLES R. CRISP, Georgia. GUY T. HELVERING, Kansas. GEORGE F. O'SHAUNESSY, Rhode Island. JOHN F. CAREW, New York. GEORGE WHITE, Ohio.