xxiii, 1080 unnumbered pages including map, tables, diagrams ; 23 cm
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[pt. 1] Report. pt. 2. Report submitted to the Commission, by R.M. Haig. pt. 3. Memoranda submitted to the Commission by members of the research staff: no. 1. Taxes on farm real estate in New York, by E.H. Mereness. no. 2. State support for public schools in New York as related to tax relief and educational expansion, by P.R. Mort, A.D. Simpson, E.S. Lawler, D.L. Essex. no. 3. Assessment and equalization of real estate for taxation in New York, by the National Institute of Public Administration. no. 4. Turnover of title to real property in New York, by E.H. Spengler. no. 5. Is the real estate tax a benefit tax? by E.H. Spengler. no. 6. Sales taxes on selected commodities, by Carl Shoup. no. 7. Retail and general sales taxes, by Carl Shoup. no. 8. The revenue problem of tax-limit cities, by Louis Shere. no. 9. Tax exemption in New York, by Beulah Bailey.
At head of title: Legislative document (1932) no. 77. State of New York. Various pagings. Seabury C. Mastick, chairman. no. 10. Use of state revenues for the support of local functions in New York, by Mabel Newcomer. no. 11. Use of reserve funds to stabilize revenue available for expenditure, by Louis Shere and Carl Shoup. no. 12. The collection of real estate taxes in New York, by the Natioanl Institute of Public Administration. no. 13. Taxation of insurance in New York, by E.H. Spengler and S.A. Feitler.--pt. 4. Drafts of legislative bills.