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What are Revenues? PURPOSE 1. Pay a tax or not 2. Pay a fee for service 3. Show a credit 4. Occupational Taxes 5. Insure that proper tax will be paid.

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1 What are Revenues? PURPOSE 1. Pay a tax or not 2. Pay a fee for service 3. Show a credit 4. Occupational Taxes 5. Insure that proper tax will be paid

2 Fee For Service New York Customs House Paying the 30¢ fee for an Export entry from a manufacturing warehouse to be shipped to Vera Cruz

3 Fee for Service – Consular Service Multiples of consular fee stamps are scarce and desirable Stamps were issued in denominations of fees for all common consular services

4 Fee for Service – Consular Service Certification of Purchased Merchandise Fee was $2.50, paid by bisected $5.00 stamp

5 Fee for Service Veterinarians were often hired as meat inspectors Carcass tag Inspection stamp for carton of meat shipped in interstate commerce

6 Shows a Credit With the Government Savings account with the U.S. Post Office Card is imprinted with one stamp Remaining stamps are adhesives added to the card

7 Annual Fee on a Yacht Yachts have been a favorite object to tax, although the periods when effective have usually been brief 187 foot length x $4.00 per foot = $748.00

8 Annual Tax on Manufacturer of Oleomargarine Part of the law to prevent fraud Amount of annual tax never changed from 1886 until 1950, when all taxes on oleomargarine were terminated

9 Annual Tax on Wagering Annual registration and payment of fee Probably initiated to determine who was gambling.

10 Annual Tax on Retail Dealer in Wines and Malt Liquors Did not permit sale of distilled spirits Most states in 1940 permitted sale of all alcoholic beverages or only malt liquor (beer)

11 Insuring the Tax Will Be Paid: Lock Seal Required to be used in Slaight locks to lock bonded storerooms and warehouses Used by the Bureau of Prohibition

12 Insuring the Tax Will Be Paid: Lock Seal In use from For a new lock that superceded the Slaight lock which had been in use since 1873

13 Insuring the Tax Will Be Paid: Hydrometer Label Hydrometer had been certified for use First used in 1866

14 Insuring the Tax Will Be Paid: Hydrometer Label Portrait of Alfred Pleasonton, the Commissioner of Internal Revenue

15 Sugar License – A Negative Tax


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