Report, Volume 14

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Page 703 - ... no person shall be prosecuted or subjected to any penalty or forfeiture for or on account of any transaction, matter or thing concerning which he may so testify or produce evidence...
Page 671 - ... be taken in a straight line from the center of the nearest entrance of the building used for such church or school to the center of the nearest entrance of the place in which such liquor traffic is desired to be carried on...
Page 668 - ... of another state or country; provided, however, that if such corporation or association be acting as a common carrier or be operating dining, buffet, parlor or sleeping cars in this state, it may be granted a liquor tax certificate under subdivision four of section eleven of this act.
Page 647 - Such revenues shall be appropriated and expended by such town or city, in such manner as is now or may hereafter be provided by law for the appropriation and expenditure of sums received for excise licenses or in such other manner as may hereafter be provided by law...
Page 714 - If judgment be recovered against the holder of a liquor tax certificate in any action for penalties, such judgment shall provide, in addition to the penalties included therein, that such certificate and all rights thereunder of the holder thereof, including all rebate moneys upon cancellation, be forfeited, and that the defendant, or any person having such certificate in his possession or under his control, shall surrender said certificate to the officer who issued the same, or to his successor in...
Page 646 - ... to the treasurer of the state of New York to the credit of the general fund, as a part of the general tax revenue of the state and shall be appropriated to the payment of the current general expenses of the state and the remaining one-half thereof, less the amount allowed for collecting the same, shall belong to the town...
Page 661 - ... that all fines and penalties which shall accrue during the time the certificate applied for is held, and any judgment or judgments recovered therefor, will be paid, together with all costs taxed or allowed.
Page 645 - ... excise tax in every place in this state shall remain the same as assessed for the year eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, until changed by an enumeration authorized by the state commissioner of excise, or by an increase or decrease of population shown by a subsequent state or United States census, and such excise tax assessed in each place enumerated under this subdivision and assessed in each place where...
Page 644 - ... incorporated village with corporate limits and boundary lines different from those established by the state commissioner of excise, in which case such newly incorporated village may be enumerated as hereinbefore provided in this section. If since the latest state enumeration was taken, the boundaries of the city shall have been changed by the addition of territory not in the same judicial district, such annexed...
Page 646 - All excise moneys collected by county treasurers and special deputy commissioners of excise shall be deposited until the same shall be paid over to the state treasurer or local fiscal officer as is herein provided, in...

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