Taxation -- Utah -- History
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
An act creating a territorial and county revenue
Handwritten legislative act passed by the Utah legislature on 4 Feb. 1852. The act relates to the establishment of a system of taxation in territorial Utah. The item was signed by Brigham Young, Willard Richards, and William W. Phelps.
Albert E. Bowen letter
Typewritten and signed letter dated 30 July 1929 and addressed to Samuel Russell, attorney at law in Salt Lake City, Utah. Bowen asks Russell if he will participate in a discussion on revising the tax laws of Utah.
Daily record of spirit stamps other than tax paid
Handwritten account book. The book lists the persons by name who were buying stamps for the purchase of alchohol in Utah.
Monthly report of tobacco, snuff, and cigar stamps
Handwritten record of revenues collected from the purchase of stamps for the sale of tobacco and tobacco products in Utah. The records were kept by Ovando James Hollister (1834-1892), "collector if internal revenue."
Record of personal taxes of the assessor district of Utah
Handwritten account book of taxes paid by vaious persons of Utah on numerous items including carriages, watches, and pianos. The names of the taxpayers are listed alphabetically.