Acts Passed by the General Assembly of Georgia

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J. Johnston, 1923
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Side 68 - Any person, natural or artificial, a resident of this State, who may after January 1st, 1924, build, equip, establish or enlarge a plant for the manufacture or processing of cotton, wool, linen, silk, rubber, clay, wood, metal, metallic or non-metallic mineral or combination of same, creamery or cheese plant; or for the production or development of electricity...
Side 59 - ... companies shall be valued as other property is valued for assessment in this State in the following manner : From the total valuation of its assets shall be deducted the reserve, being the amount of the debts of insurance companies by reason of their outstanding policies in gross, and from the remainder shall be deducted the assessed value of all real estate owned by the company and the remainder shall be the assessed taxable value of its personal property.
Side 68 - ... not approved by the Governor. The same proceedings shall be had in both houses in reconsidering the same as is hereinbefore provided in case of an entire bill returned by the Governor with his objections ; and if any item or section of said bill not approved by the Governor shall be passed by two-thirds of the members elected to each of the two houses of the General Assembly, it shall become part of said law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor.
Side 20 - ... for educational purposes in instructing children in the elementary branches of an English education only; to build and repair the public buildings and bridges; to maintain and support prisoners; to pay jurors and coroners, and for litigation, quarantine, roads and expenses of Courts; to support paupers and pay debts heretofore existing.
Side 33 - ... galvanized iron, metallic piping, tin, lead, electric wiring or other metal, or any other building material; or who shall accept contracts to do any paving or curbing on sidewalks or streets, public or private property, using asphalt, brick, stone, cement, wood or any composition...
Side 68 - ... metallic or non-metallic mineral or combination of same, creamery or cheese plant; or for the production or development of electricity may, as to such building, enlargement, or equipment be exempt from all county, incorporated town or city ad valorem taxes for a period of time not exceeding five (5) years from the date of the beginning of the building, enlargement or equipment of such plants.
Side 56 - ... who are engaged in the sale of beer, and do not pay the tax as liquor dealer described above are taxed three hundred dollars for each place of business in each county in which they carry on business. In 1898 this tax yielded $1260. Bicycle and Sewing-Machine Companies. Every sewingmachine company, and all wholesale and retail dealers in sewing machines selling machines manufactured by companies that do not pay this tax, are required to pay two hundred dollars for the fiscal year or fraction thereof....
Side 63 - If the taxes herein provided for are not paid, the comptroller-general shall issue executions against the owners of such cars, which may be levied by the sheriff of any county of this State upon the sleeping-car or cars of the owner who has failed to pay the taxes.
Side 44 - ... Georgia. Georgia Code 1933, Sec. 92-1302, provides : "There shall be levied upon every machine, punchboard, or other device, operated, used, or kept In this State, wherein is kept any article to be purchased by depositing therein or paying therefor any coin or thing of value, for which may be purchased any article of merchandise whatsoever, where there is no chance incurred by reason thereof, and where the deposit of coin or other thing of value does not exceed 1 cent per operation, a tax of...
Side 20 - An act to levy and collect a tax for the support of the state government and the public institutions; for educational purposes in instructing children in the elementary branches of an English education only ; to pay the interest on the public debt, and to pay maimed Confederate soldiers and widows of Confederate soldiers such amounts as are allowed them by law for each of the...

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