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shall then be corrected and restated, and from any determination of the supreme court upon any such review, an appeal to the court of appeals may be taken by either party.
$ 197. Regulations as to such writ of certiorari.- No certiorari to review any audit and statement of an account or any determination by the comptroller under this article, shall be granted unless notice of application therefor is made within thirty days after the service of the notice of such determination. Eight days' notice shall be given to the comptroller of the application for such writ. The full amount of the taxes, percentage, interest and other charges, audited and stated in such account must be deposited with the state treasurer before making the application and an undertaking filed with the comptroller in such amount and with such sureties as a justice of the supreme court shall approve to the effect that if such writ is dismissed or the determination of the comptroller affirmed, the applicant for the writ will pay all costs and charges which may accrue against him, or it in the prosecution of the writ, including costs of all appeals.
§ 198. Warrant for the collection of taxes.— After the expiration of thirty days from the sending by the comptroller of a notice of a statement of an account as provided in this article, unless the amount of such account shall have been paid or deposited with the state treasurer, if an appeal or other proceedings have been taken to review the same, and the undertaking given as provided in this article, the comptroller may issue a warrant under his hand and official seal, directed to the sheriff of any county of the state, commanding him to levy upon and sell the real and personal property of the person, partnership, company, association or corporation against which such account is stated, found within his county for the payment of the amount thereof with interest thereon and costs of executing the warrant, and to return such warrant to the comptroller, and pay to the state treasurer the money collected by virtue thereof, by a time to be therein specified, not less than sixty days from the date of the warrant. Such warrant shall be a lien upon and shall bind the real and personal property of the person, partner
hip, company, association or corporation against which it
issued, from the time an actual levy shall be made by virie thereof. The sheriff to whom any such warrant shall be irected shall proceed upon the same in all respects, with ke effect, and in the same manner as prescribed by law in espect to executions issued against property upon judgments f a court of record, and shall be entitled to the same fees or his services in executing the warrant, to be collected in
le same manner.
$ 199. Information of delinquents.— It shall be the duty of ży person having knowledge of the evasion of taxation uner this article by any corporation, association, joint-stock ompany, partnership or person liable to taxation thereunder, or any omission on their part to make the reports required y this article, to make a written report thereof to the compoller of the state, with such information as may be in his ossession as may lead to the recovery of any taxes due the ate therefrom. If, in his opinion, the interests of the state quire it, the comptroller may employ such person to assist
the collection and preparation of evidence and in the prosution and trial of actions for such taxes, and so much of he same, not exceeding ten per centum thereof, as may be llected from any such delinquent corporation, association, ompany, partnership or person, by reason of such report nd such services, as shall have been agreed upon between ich person and the comptroller or attorney-general as a ompensation therefor, shall be paid to such person, and othing shall be paid to such person for such report or seraces unless there shall be a recovery of taxes by reason hereof.
$ 200. Action for recovery of taxes; forfeiture of charter E delinquent corporation.-- An action may be brought by ne attorney-general, at the instance of the comptroller, in ne name of the state, to recover the amount of any account ndited and stated by the comptroller under the provisions f this article. If any such account shall remain unpaid at ne expiration of one year after notice of the statement hereof has been sent as required by this article, and the
comptroller is satisfied that the failure to pay the same is intentional, he shall so report to the attorney-general, who shall immediately bring an action, in the name of the people of the state, for the forfeiture of the franchise of any corporation, joint-stock company or association failing to make such payment, and if it is found that such failure was intentional, judgment shall be rendered in such action for the forfeiture of its franchise and for its dissolution, and thereafter such franchise shall be annulled.
§ 201. Reports to be made by the secretary of state.— The secretary of state shall transmit on the first day of each month, to the comptroller, a report of the stock corporations whose certificates of incorporation are filed, or of the foreign stock corporations to whom a certificate of authority has been issued to do business in this state, during the preceding month. Such report shall state the name of the corporation, its place of business, the amount of its capital stock, its purposes or objects, the names and places of residence of its directors, and, if a foreign corporation, its place of business within the state. The comptroller may prescribe the forms and furnish the blanks for such reports. The secretary of state shall make like reports to the comptroller whenever required by him relating to any such corporations whose certificates have been filed or to whom a certificate of authority has been issued prior to the time when this article takes effect, and during any period of time specified by the comptroller in his request for such report.
$ 202. Exemptions from other state taxation.— The personal property of every corporation, company, association or partnership, taxable under this article, other than for an organization tax, shall be exempt from assessment and taxation upon its personal property for state purposes, and the personal property of every corporation taxable under section one hundred and eighty-seven-a of this article, other than for an organization tax, and as provided in chapter thirty-seven of the general laws, shall be exempt from assessment and taxation for all other purposes, if all taxes due and payable under this article have been paid thereby. The personal property of a private or individual banker, actually employed in his
iness as such banker, shall be exempt from taxation for e purposes, if such private or individual banker shall e paid all taxes due and payable under this article. Such poration and private or individual banker shall in no 'r respect be relieved from assessment and taxation by ion of the provisions of this article. The owner and ler of stock in an incorporated trust company liable to tion under the provisions of this act shall not be taxed in individual for such stock. (Thus amended by L. 1, chap. 132, taking effect March 21, 1901.)
203. Application of taxes.- The taxes imposed by this le and the revenues thereof shall be applicable to the ral fund of the treasury and to the payment of all ns and demands which are a lawful charge thereon.
[See second edition of Greene's Law of Taxable Transfers, by Andrew J. Nellis, published by Matthew Bender, Albany, N. Y., which contains a full and complete discussion of this article, with citations and annotations of all the cases decided since the enactment of the first Collateral Inheritance Tax Act.]
Section 220. Taxable transfers.
221. Exceptions and limitations.
$ 220. Taxable transfers.-- A tax shall be and is hereby imposed upon the transfer of any property, real or personal, of the value of five hundred dollars or over, or of any interest therein or income therefrom, in trust or otherwise, to persons or corporations not exempt by law from taxation on real or personal property, in the following cases:
1. When the transfer is by will or by the intestate laws of this state from any person dying seized or possessed of the property while a resident of the state.