Biennial Report of the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the State of Iowa Volume N . 3

Biennial Report of the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the State of Iowa Volume N . 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ...cent; mules, $7,000, 40 per cent; sheep, $4,700; swine, $54,000, 33 per ceat. 20. Think there is some; can make no estimate. 21. Connot estimate the extent. 22. Don't think there is. 24. None. CLINTON COUNTY. 1. Clinton City, real estate, $1,332,660; personal property, $531,115. Lyons City, real estate, $428,770; personal property, $171,715. De Witt City, real estate, $93,055; personal property, $59,650. Smaller villages, $181,385. 2. Lands, $4,563,075; personal property, $993,665; railways, $923,484. 3. The assessor aimed to assess at about one-third, or 33 per cent of the market value, but the assessments will vary probably from 25 to 33 per cent. 4. The same rule holds good in the country. 5. I think not. 6. One third of the total is, or should be, the rule in this county. 7. At one third of the par value of the stock; surplus left unassessed. 8. Real estate is assessed independent of stock. 9. Yes. 10. We have none in the county to my knowledge. 11. We have two savings banks in Clinton. One assesed at $6,000, and the other at $3,500; cannot give you any informatiou of their stock, surplus, etc., but they are assessed under same rule as other banks. 12. Two; total value, $1,600. 13. One, $1,000; one, $600. Cannot tell you how the assessors get these figures. 14. None. 15. We have five building associations in Clinton and one in Lyons; none of them assessed. It is presumed that each individual contributor is assessed the usual percentage on moneys and credits for his deposit in said companies. 16. Under the same rule, at about one third of its value. 17. Cannot give you a correct answer to this question, but understand, as in the case of our extensive saw mills, the assessment is made on the value of the raw material. 18. Horses, $35; 2 more

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