Annual Report of the State Board of Assessors of the State of New Jersey, Volumen1


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Página 52 - The amount of capital stock authorized, and the number of shares into which such capital stock is divided.
Página 15 - ... of its property in the several taxing districts, separately valued and assessed under the provisions of subdivision two of section three of this act...
Página 4 - ... shall be recorded in a book, to be kept for that purpose in the office of the Secretary of State, and delivered to the patentee, or his order.
Página 29 - The capital stock of all companies and associations, now or hereafter created under the laws of this State, shall be so valued by the State board of equalization as to ascertain and determine, respectively, the fair cash value of such capital stock, including the franchise, over and above the assessed value of the tangible property of such company or association.
Página 29 - Said board shall adopt such rules and principles for ascertaining the fair cash value of such capital stock as to it may seem equitable and just ; and such rules and principles, when so adopted, if not inconsistent with this act, shall be as binding, and of the same effect, as if contained in this act...
Página 29 - Second. From the aggregate amount ascertained as aforesaid, there shall be deducted the aggregate amount of the equalized or assessed valuation of all the tangible property, respectively, of such companies and associations...
Página 5 - ... all other corporations incorporated under the laws of this state, and not hereinbefore provided for, shall pay a yearly license fee or tax of one-tenth of one per centum on the amount of the capital stock of such corporations...
Página 16 - That the franchise, capital stock, business, and profits of all corporations are liable to taxation in the place where they do business, and by the state which creates them, admits of no dispute at this day. ' Nothing can be more certain in legal decisions,' says this court in Society for Savings v.
Página 49 - ... tax to the state at the aforesaid rate upon such proportion of its said gross receipts as the length of its line in this state bears to the whole length of its line...
Página 2 - ... crude petroleum shall state the gross amount of its receipts from the transportation of oil or petroleum through its pipes or in and by its tanks or cars in this state during the same time ; each fire, marine, live stock or accident insurance company shall state the total amount of premiums received by it for insurance upon the lives of persons resident or property located within this state, during the same time.

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