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Table Showing Souroes of Gen. Corp. Law - (Continued).

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20..... 4071 1887

1890 21..... 4072 1811

1847 1848 1848 1851 1881 1882 1885

1890 22..... 4072 1880

1882

1890 23.....4073

556 4

1592 662 564 54 67 3

1949 1876 210 38

1485 3223 37 3

2076 1245 40 3

1956 1892 188

1653 1582 468 10

1769 2464 409 170

1551 204 538 20

1717 2513 564 51 510 2

1793 2404 409 202-4

1556 209 564 54

R. S., pt. i, ch. 18, tit.
1, § 8

1464 3207 43 10

2036 1836 67 4

1948 1876 37 4

2076 1246 40 4

1956 1892 319 4

1923 201 122 14

1589 345 117 4

1992 348 135 5

1848 1160 232 4

1855 2029 546 4

2084 1280 149 5

2005 2148 820 12

2011 356 397 4

2050 1176 143 4

2002 1395 267 5

2020 2727 611 27

1984 373 613 4

1605 240 351 8

2000 359 409 206

1557 210 538 21

1718 2513 236 6

2029 2254 317 6

2032 154 501 3

1934 3367 556 4

1592

CO2

1796 1811 1848 1848 1848 1851 1853 1853 1854 1857 1861 1872 1873 1874 1875

1875 23..... 4073 1875

1881 1882 1885 1886 1887 1887 1887

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Table Showing Sources of Gen. Corp. Law - (Continued).

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23..... 4073 1888

1890 24..... 4073

1885

1890 25..... 4074 1885

1890 26.,.. 4074 1885

1890 27... ... 4074

1882

1890 28,.... 4075 1885

1890 29..... 4075

293 4

2014 21.51 503 18

R. S., pt. i, cl. 18, lit. 4,
$8

1730 680 459 3

1726 083 564 53, 54 489 3, 4

1726 083 564 53 489 3

1726 683 564 53

R. S., pt. i, ch. 18, tit. 4,
S5

1729 679 409 210-3

1557 210 563 15 489 2

17:26 CS2 563 16

R. S., pt. i, ch. 18, tit. 1,
$ 11 ...,

1465 3208
R. S., pt. i, ch. 18, it. 3,
$6

1721 673 67 3

1919 1876 37 3

2071; 1245 40 3

1956 1892 228 3

1850 2025 117 3

1991 318 135 3

1847 1160 395 6

:033 1837 149 5

2005 2148 971 5

2015 660 974 5

1877 2736 248 4

2603 015 611 10, as am, by L. 1890, ch. 23

1980 309 468 4

1768 2402 556 1, 2

1990 379 R. S., pt. i, ch. 18, tit. 3, SS 9-10...

1724

673 563 19, 20 ..

R. S., pt. i, ch. 18, tit. 3,
§ 7.

1724 073

1811
1848
1848
1852
1853
1853
1853
1861
1867
1867

1872 29..... 4075 1875

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1881
1886

30..... 4075

1890

31 ....... 4076

Table Showing Sources of Gen. Corp. Law - (Continued).

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31..... 4076

2119

32..... 4076

1861 1890 1848 1857 1860 1867 1872 1875 1875 1876 1882

203 1883 2401

673 3237 2035

374 3237

149 8

20:16 503- 21 319 13

1921 29 2

19112 697 5

1763 937 1

2089 283 1, 2

1502 58 1

1862 611 29

1985 135 1

1503 409 329, added L. 1889, ch. 177

1583 538 25

1718 563 22

New 503 2: 563 21 503 25

New
New, added L. 1895, ch.

672.
New, added L. 1895, ch.

672 .
New, added L, 1895, ch.

672 .

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CHAPTER IV.

Taxation and

Exemption of Non-Business
Corporations.

R. S. Pt. 1, ch. 13, tit. 1. § 4. The following property shall be exempt from taxation:

1. All property, real or personal, exempted from taxation by the constitution of this state or under the constitution of the United States:

2. All lands belonging to this state, or the United States.

3. Every building erected for the use of a college, incorporated academy, or other seminary of learning and in actual use for either of such purposes, every building for public worship, every schoolhouse courthouse and jail used for either of such purposes; and the several lots whereon such buildings are situated and the furniture belonging to each of them. (Thus amended by L. 1883, cb. 397.)

4. Every poorhouse, almshouse, house of industry and every house belonging to a company, incorporated for the reformation of offenders or to improve the moral condition of seamen, and the real and personal property used for such purposes belonged to or connected with the same. Provided, however, that no pri. vate company or incorporated institution or almshouse shall be entitled to such exemption, whose gross annual income from its real and personal property shall exceed two hundred thousand dollars. (Thus amended by L. 1892, ch. 713.).

5. The real and personal property of every public library.

6. All stocks owned by the state, or by literary or charitable institutions.

7. The personal estate of every incorporated company not made liable to taxation on its capital, in the fourth title of this chapter.

8. The personal property of every minister of the gospel, or priest of any denomination, or every sucl minister or priest who

ís permanently disabled by impaired health from peforming the active duties of the ministry, and every such minister or priest, who has reached the age of seventy-five years; and the real estate of such minister or priest or such disabled or aged minister or priest, when occupied by him, provided such real and personal estate do not exceed the value of one thousand five hundred dollars; and, (This subd. thus amended by L. 1884, ch. 537.)

9. All property exempted by law from execution.

10. Real property owned by any incorporated association of present or former volunteer firemen, actually and exclusively used and occupied by such corporation, and not exceeding in assessed value the sum of fifteen thousand dollars. (Added by L. 1891, ch. 163.)

11. A dwelling-house owned by any religious corporation and the land upon which the same stands, while and during only the time actually used by the officiating clergyman of such religious corporation shall be exempt to an amount not exceeding two thousand dollars, but not more than one dwelling actually used by any one religious corporation shall be so exempt. (Added by L 1892, ch, 565.).

(Subdivision 2 of the foregoing section was amended so as to read as specified by L. 1878, ch. 191; but that act was repealed by L. 1879, ch. 140, thus, probably, repealing the subdivision.)

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§ 5. I the real and personal estate, or either of them, of any minister or priest, exceed the value of one thousand five hundred dollars, that sum shall be deducted from the valuation of his prop erty, and the residue shall be liable to taxation.

§ 6. Lands sold by the state, though not granted, or conveyed, shall be assessed in the same manner as if actually conveyed.

§ 7. The owner or holder of stock in any incorporated com. pany liable to taxation on its capital shall not be taxed as in individual for such stock.

L 1856, Chap. 183-An act to exempt lands held by agricultural

societies from taxation. Section 1. Exemption — All lands now held, or which may hereafter be held, by any agricultural society in this state, and permanently used for show grounds by any such society, shall be exempt from laxation during the time so used.

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