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  • Petersen v. Iowa State Treasurer by Edward Douglass White Syllabus 859020Petersen v. Iowa State Treasurer — SyllabusEdward Douglass White Court
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  • Leahy v. State Treasurer of Oklahoma by Louis Brandeis Syllabus 887467Leahy v. State Treasurer of Oklahoma — SyllabusLouis Brandeis Court Documents
    2 KB (112 words) - 19:01, 25 June 2011
  • 72-75 intentionally omitted] Mr. Wm. J. Meyer, of Columbus, Ohio, for State Treasurer. Mr. Justice BUTLER delivered the opinion of the Court. This
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  • annexed, bearing the signature of the state treasurer, said coupons being receivable in payment of all taxes due the state during the year in which they mature
    21 KB (3,488 words) - 11:57, 22 June 2011
  • in trust by the state treasurer, to be sequestrated and distributed among the members and stockholders who are residents of the state of Wisconsin, and
    8 KB (1,118 words) - 12:38, 19 June 2011
  • state should pay to the state treasurer, for the use of the state, 'an annual excise tax for the privilege of exercising its franchises' in the state;
    7 KB (990 words) - 04:31, 19 August 2011
  • Captain in the 12th Alabama Regiment, Confederate States Army and later State Treasurer of Georgia. “Diary of Captain R. E. Park, of the 12th Ala. Regiment
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  • general; John C. Allen, secretary of state; Eugene Moore, auditor of public accounts; Joseph F. Bartley, state treasurer, and A. R. Humphrey, commissioner
    2 KB (187 words) - 17:31, 20 June 2011
  • prescribed in § 7 of the state law, and presented the vouchers to the state treasurer, who declined to pay them, whereupon the state of Montana, on his relation
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  • forwards the application to the state treasurer, together with one twentieth of the appraised value of the land. (4) The treasurer enters a credit in his books
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  • (1917) United States Arant v. Lane 245 U.S. 170 (1917) Petersen v. Iowa State Treasurer 245 U.S. 176 (1917) Duus v. Brown 245 U.S. 178 (1917) Looney v. Crane
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  • Mr. H. E. Carter, of Tallahassee, la., for respondent, W. V. Knott, State Treasurer. Messrs. John Milton and Saul Nemser, both of Jersey City, N.J., and
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  • company to the state of the balance of the issue of $4,000,000 of said bonds, issued and guarantied as aforesaid, the state treasurer should issue in
    20 KB (3,417 words) - 12:35, 19 June 2011
  • Leahy v. State Treasurer of Oklahoma by Louis Brandeis Opinion of the Court 887469Leahy v. State Treasurer of Oklahoma — Opinion of the CourtLouis
    3 KB (335 words) - 09:40, 1 July 2011
  • behalf, in the superior court of Buncombe county, that state, in which B. R. Lacey, treasurer of North Carolina, was plaintiff, and Armour Packing Company
    7 KB (1,012 words) - 11:18, 19 June 2011
  • defendant in error, the state treasurer. The object of the proceeding was to compel the state treasurer to pay to the treasurer of the college certain
    3 KB (322 words) - 19:55, 21 June 2011
  • Company v. Tax Commission of Washington 297 U.S. 420 (1936) Leahy v. State Treasurer of Oklahoma 297 U.S. 422 (1936) Bayside Fish Flour Company v. Gentry
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  • to the state treasurer his application, with the sum of $32, being 1-20 of the appraised value of said land at $1 per acre, and said treasurer entered
    21 KB (3,653 words) - 05:50, 15 December 2011
  • any incorporated city, and the trustee, clerk, and treasurer of any municipal township in the State, may issue the bonds of such county, city, or township
    10 KB (1,572 words) - 18:39, 19 June 2011
  • this act that the taxes in question were stated against the company by the auditor general and the state treasurer. The court of common pleas held that the
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