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Our State Taxes

Our State Taxes image
Parent Issue
Day
14
Month
October
Year
1898
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

OUR STATE TAXES.

Washtenaw's Share Under the State Apportionment of Taxes.

Washtenaw county pays $60,557.32 state taxes this year, of which $32,382.25 are for general purposes. In this last amount are not included any appropriations for educational or other institutions, schools, asylums, prisons, soldiers home or military purposes. The apportionment of taxes in this county for the various purposes is as follows:

University, $5,166.67; university, $84.16; State Normal School, $1,715.36; Central Michigan Normal School, $336.61; Agricultural College, $308.57; Agricultural College, $154.29; Michigan College of Mines, $1,122.07; Industrial School for Boys, $1,697.13; Industrial Home for Girls, $1,122.07; Michigan Asylum for Insane, $328.21; Upper Peninsula Hospital for Insane, $787.22; Home for Feeble Minded, $1,200.28; Soldiers' Home, $2,468.55; State Public School, $869.61; School for Blind, $785.45; School for Deaf, $1,963.62. Board of Fish Commissioners, $420.78; National Guard, $2,515.28; Naval Brigade, $314 41; State Library $112.21; Horticultural Society, $28.05; Board of Health, $56.10; Board of Health, $70.13; Weather Service, $28.05; Dairy and Food Commission, $504.93; Sugar Bounty, $140.26; War Loan, $3,875.00; General purposes, $32,382.25; total, $60,557.32.