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The Assessment of Taxes in Chicago

Robert H. Whitten
Journal of Political Economy
Vol. 5, No. 2 (Mar., 1897), pp. 175-200
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1817787
Page Count: 26
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Notes and References

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[Footnotes]
  • 1
    Revised Statutes of Illinois, p. 277 (Hurd's edition, 1895)
  • 2
    Constitution, Article IX, § 12.
  • 3
    Constitution, Article IX, § 13.
  • 1
    Eighth Biennial Report of the Bureau of Labor Statistics of Illinois: Taxation, 1894.
  • 2
    Economist (Chicago), May 16, 1896.
  • 3
    Report of the Bureau of Labor Statistics (second edition), pp. 23-46.
  • 2
    Revised Statutes, p. 277.
  • 1
    Revised Statutes, p. 1275.
  • 1
    Revised Statutes, pp. 1265-76.
  • 2
    Revised Statutes, pp. 1276-7.
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    Constitution, Art. X, § 7.
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Revised Statutes, pp. 1276-9
    • Workingmen's Banking Co. vs. Wolff, 150 Ill., 491.
  • 3
    Buck vs. The People, 78 Ill., 561.
  • 4
    Revised Statutes, pp. 1278-9.
  • 3
    Revised Statutes, pp. 1280-1.
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    Revised Statutes of Ohio, 1892, §§ 1343a, 8539-42.
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    Revised Statutes, p. 677.
  • 2
    Report of the State Board of Equalization, 1896.
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    ELY, Taxation in American States and Cities, p. 261.
  • 1
    Porter vs. Rockford. Rock Island and St. Louis Railway Company, 76 Ill., 561.