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Pennsylvania. First district, collector's office, Philadelphia; ninth district, collector's office, Lancaster; twelfth district, collector's office, Scranton; twenty-third district, collector's office, Pittsburg.

Rhode Island.-Consolidated with Connecticut. Collector's office, Hartford, Conn. South Carolina.-Collector's office, Columbia.

Tennessee.-Consolidated November 25, 1907. Collector's office, Nashville.

Texas.-Third district, collector's office, Austin; fourth district, collector's office,

Dallas.

Utah.-Consolidated with Montana. Collector's office, Salt Lake City, Utah. Vermont.-Consolidated with New Hampshire. Collector's office, Portsmouth, N. H. Virginia.-Second district, collector's office, Richmond; sixth district, collector's office, Abingdon.

Washington.-Collector's office, Tacoma.

West Virginia.-Collector's office, Parkersburg.

Wisconsin. First district, collector's office, Milwaukee; second district, collector's office, Madison.

Wyoming.-Consolidated with Colorado. Collector's office, Denver, Colo.

LIST OF INTERNAL-REVENUE REGULATIONS.

Regulations.

No. 1...

Subject.

Concerning assessments.

No. 1, sup. No. 1..

No. 2, revised.

No. 3, revised

No. 3, revised sup.
No. 1.

No. 5, revised..

No. 6, revised.

No. 7, revised..

No. 7, revised, extracts from.

No. 8, revised..

No. 9, revised.

No. 11, revised.

No. 11, revised sup.

No. 1.

No. 12, revised.

No. 14..

No. 16...

No. 19, revised sup.
No. 1.
No. 20..

No. 20, sup. No. 1...

No. 22.

No. 23.

No. 25.

No. 26.

No. 27.

No. 27, sup. No. 1
No. 28.

No. 29.

No. 30....

No. 30, sup. No. 1..
No. 31...

Concerning the transfer of special-tax stamps (Treasury Decision 1637).
Instructions to officers concerning their accounts.

Concerning tax on legacies and distributive shares.

Opinions of the U. S. Supreme Court in legacy tax cases. (Treasury Decision 129.)

Concerning special bonded warehouses for storage of fruit brandy made from apples, peaches, or grapes, exclusively.

Relative to tax on fermented liquors.
Relative to tax on distilled spirits.

Relative to the distillation of brandy made exclusively from apples, peaches,
grapes, pears, pineapples, apricots, berries, prunes, figs, or cherries, exclusively.
Relating to taxes on tobacco, snuff, and cigars.

Regulations concerning oleomargarine, adulterated and renovated butter.
Gauger's manual.

Gauger's weighing manual.

Relating to revenue officers, district attorneys, marshals, etc.

Relating to the abatement and refunding of taxes.

Concerning the tax on opium manufactured in the United States for smoking
purposes.

Relative to the exportation of playing cards by parcels post. Superseded by
Treasury decision 1668.

Relative to the establishment of general bonded warehouses for the storage of
spirits made from material other than fruit.

Relative to the bonding of distilled spirits in general bonded warehouses.
Relative to filled cheese.

Relative to the bottling of distilled spirits in bond, under act of March 3, 1897.
Relative to the tax on mixed flour.

Concerning documentary and proprietary stamps. (Obsolete.)
Redemption of stamps.

Same.

Withdrawal of wine spirits or grape brandy from distilleries and special bonded warehouses free of tax for the fortification of pure sweet wine. (Regulations as to fortification of wine for export. Treasury Decision 1663.)

Exportation free of tax or with benefit of drawback, of articles subject to internalrevenue tax.

Relative to denatured alcohol, central denaturing bonded warehouses and industrial distilleries.

Relative to manufacture, sale, and use of denatured alcohol.

Relative to excise tax on corporations, etc.

Pennsylvania. First district, collector's office, Philadelphia; ninth district, collector's office, Lancaster; twelfth district, collector's office, Scranton; twenty-third district, collector's office, Pittsburg.

Rhode Island.-Consolidated with Connecticut. Collector's office, Hartford, Conn. South Carolina.-Collector's office, Columbia.

Tennessee.-Consolidated November 25, 1907. Collector's office, Nashville.

Texas.-Third district, collector's office, Austin; fourth district, collector's office,

Dallas.

Utah.-Consolidated with Montana. Collector's office, Salt Lake City, Utah. Vermont.-Consolidated with New Hampshire. Collector's office, Portsmouth, N. H. Virginia.-Second district, collector's office, Richmond; sixth district, collector's office, Abingdon.

Washington.-Collector's office, Tacoma.

West Virginia.-Collector's office, Parkersburg.

Wisconsin. First district, collector's office, Milwaukee; second district, collector's office, Madison.

Wyoming.-Consolidated with Colorado. Collector's office, Denver, Colo.

LIST OF INTERNAL-REVENUE REGULATIONS.

No. 1..

Regulations.

Subject.

Concerning assessments.

No. 1, sup. No. 1..

No. 2, revised.

No. 3, revised

No. 3, revised sup.
No. 1.

No. 5, revised..

No. 6, revised.

No. 7, revised..

No. 7, revised, extracts from.

No. 8, revised..

No. 9, revised.

No. 11, revised.

Concerning the transfer of special-tax stamps (Treasury Decision 1637).
Instructions to officers concerning their accounts.

Concerning tax on legacies and distributive shares.

Opinions of the U. S. Supreme Court in legacy tax cases. (Treasury Decision 129.)

Concerning special bonded warehouses for storage of fruit brandy made from apples, peaches, or grapes, exclusively.

Relative to tax on fermented liquors.

Relative to tax on distilled spirits.

Relative to the distillation of brandy made exclusively from apples, peaches,
grapes, pears, pineapples, apricots, berries, prunes, figs, or cherries, exclusively.
Relating to taxes on tobacco, snuff, and cigars.

Regulations concerning oleomargarine, adulterated and renovated butter.
Gauger's manual.

No. 11, revised sup. Gauger's weighing manual.

No. 1.

No. 12, revised.

No. 14.......

No. 16..

No. 19, revised sup.

No. 1.

No. 20..

No. 20, sup. No. 1...

No. 22.

No. 23..

No. 25.

No. 26.

No. 27.

No. 27, sup. No. 1
No. 28.

No. 29.

No. 30....

No. 30, sup. No. 1..

No. 31..

Relating to revenue officers, district attorneys, marshals, etc.

Relating to the abatement and refunding of taxes.

Concerning the tax on opium manufactured in the United States for smoking
purposes.

Relative to the exportation of playing cards by parcels post. Superseded by
Treasury decision 1668.

Relative to the establishment of general bonded warehouses for the storage of
spirits made from material other than fruit.

Relative to the bonding of distilled spirits in general bonded warehouses.
Relative to filled cheese.

Relative to the bottling of distilled spirits in bond, under act of March 3, 1897.
Relative to the tax on mixed flour.

Concerning documentary and proprietary stamps. (Obsolete.)
Redemption of stamps.

Same.

Withdrawal of wine spirits or grape brandy from distilleries and special bonded warehouses free of tax for the fortification of pure sweet wine. (Regulations as to fortification of wine for export. Treasury Decision 1663.)

Exportation free of tax or with benefit of drawback, of articles subject to internal

revenue tax.

Relative to denatured alcohol, central denaturing bonded warehouses and industrial distilleries.

Relative to manufacture, sale, and use of denatured alcohol.

Relative to excise tax on corporations, etc.

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