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What are Revenues? GOVERNMENTAL AUTHORITY 1. Federal 2. State 3. Local Municipality or School District
Federal Authority 1792 Whiskey Rebellion Tax 113 gallons Distilled from foreign mater- ials (molasses), rum 11¢ per gallon
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Authorized, But Not Issued By Tax effective May 6 Stamps and tax crowns not available until May 15 Tax Paid inscription added to neck or body labels from May 6 - 15
Private Trade Association Denominated in cents “Tax” based on value of transaction NOT authorized by governmental body
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