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" It is a principle universally declared and admitted that municipal corporations can levy no taxes, general or special, upon the inhabitants or their property, unless the power be plainly and unmistakably conferred. "
Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Supreme Court of Florida - Halaman 668
oleh Florida. Supreme Court - 1887
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Reports of Cases in Law and Equity in the Supreme Court of the ..., Volume 65

New York (State). Supreme Court, Oliver Lorenzo Barbour - 1873
...The People v. Board of Imp. of Union St. 43 id. 227. ) IV. It is a principle of universal acceptance that municipal corporations can levy no taxes, general...unless the power be plainly and unmistakably conferred, and the burden is upon the corporation to show the grant, either by express words or necessary implication....
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A Treatise Upon Some of the General Principles of the Law: Whether ..., Volume 4

William Wait - 1878
...Gill (Md.), 383 ; State v. Linn County Court, 44 Mo. 504 ; Primm v. City of Belleville, 59 111. 142. The authority must be given either in express words, or by necessary implication, and it cannot be collected by doubtful inferences from other powers, or powers relating to other subjects,...
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The Central Law Journal, Volume 8

1879
...Dillion on Mun, Cov. sec. 605, that "it is a principle universally declared and admitted, that municlpal corporations can levy no taxes, general or special,...the power be plainly and unmistakably conferred." It is true as contended by defendant that the power to tax has not been delegated to the City of St. Louis...
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The Legal News, Volume 5

James Kirby - 1882
...Municipal Corporations, § 763, 3rd edition: «It is a principle universally declared and admitted that municipal corporations can levy no taxes, general or special, upon the inLabitant» or their property, unless the power be plainly and unmistakably conferred. § 764. Therefore...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volume 48

1897
...474. Or, as Judge Dillon puts the same doctrine: "It is a principle universally declared and admitted that municipal corporations can levy no taxes, general...must be given either in express words or by necessary or unmistakable implication, and that It cannot be collected by doubtful inferences from other powers,...
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Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Nebraska, Volume 19

Nebraska. Supreme Court, David Allen Campbell, Guy Ashton Brown, Lorenzo Crounse, Walter Alber Leese, Lee Herdmen, Henry Clay Lindsay, Henry Paxon Stoddart - 1886
...council and mayor in levying taxes upon occupations or business. It is a principle universally declared that municipal corporations can levy no taxes, general...unless the power be plainly and unmistakably conferred. The authority must be given either by express words or by necessary implication, and it cannot be deCaldwell...
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The Northwestern Reporter, Volume 27

1886
...council aiid mayor in levying taxes upon occupations or business. It is a principle universally declared that municipal corporations can levy no taxes, general...unless the power be plainly and unmistakably conferred. The authority must be given either by express words or by necessary implications, and it cannot be...
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Atlantic Reporter, Volume 16

1889
...answer, the court delivered the following opinion: "It is a principle universally declared and admitted that municipal corporations can levy no taxes, general...unless the power be plainly and unmistakably conferred, and the authority must be clearly and strictly pursued. 2 Dill. Mim. Corp. § 768. Thus it appears...
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The Southern Reporter, Volume 11

1893
...Selma, above quoted. Acts 1882 -S3. p. 414, § 27. "It is a principle universally declared and admitted that municipal corporations can levy no taxes, general...unless the power be plainly and unmistakably conferred. " Dill. Mun. Corp. (4th Ed.) § 703. Or, as sometimes more tersely stated, "municipal corporations...
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Reports of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of ..., Volume 60

California. Supreme Court - 1887
...city of Santa Cruz does not authorize the city to levy such tax " for the streets and alleys thereof." Municipal corporations can levy no taxes, general...unless the power be plainly and unmistakably conferred. (Dill, on Munic. Corp., § 763; Caldwell v. Rupert, 10 Bush (Ky.), 182; SewaU v. St. Paul, 20 Minn....
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