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due and payable under the provisions of law applicable to the city, town or village in which the tangible property is located, it shall appear that the person, copartnership, association or corporation affected has paid to such city, town or village for its exclusive use within the next preceding year, under any agreement therefor, or under any statute requiring the same, any sum based upon a percentage of gross earnings, or any other income, or any license fee, or any sum of money on account of such special franchise, granted to or possessed by such person, copartnership, association, or corporation, which payment was in the nature of a tax, all amounts so paid for the exclusive use of such city, town, or village except money paid or expended for paving or repairing of pavement of any street, highway or public place, shall be deducted from any tax based on the assessment made by the state board of tax commissioners for city, town or village purposes, but not otherwise; and the remainder shall be the tax on such special franchise payable for city, town or village purposes.
The chamberlain or treasurer of a city, the treasurer of a village, the supervisor of a town, or other officer to whom any sum is paid for which a person, copartnership, association, or corporation is entitled to credit as provided in this section, shall, not less than five nor more than twenty days before a tax on a special franchise is payable, make and deliver to the collector or receiver of taxes or other officer authorized to receive taxes for such city, town or village, his certificate showing the several amounts which have been paid during the year ending on the day of the date of the certificate. On the receipt of such certificate the collector, receiver or other officer shall immediately credit on the tax roll to the person, copartnership, association or corporation affected the amount stated in such certificate, on any tax levied against such person, copartnership, association or corporation on an assessment of a special franchise for city, town or village purposes only, but no credit shall be given on account of such payment or certificate in any other year, nor for a greater sum than the amount of the special. franchise tax for city, town or village purposes, for the current year; and he shall collect and receive the balance, if any, of such tax as required by law. (Added by L. 1899, chap. 712, taking effect October 1, 1899.)
$ 47. Special franchise tax not to affect other tax.— The imposition or payment of a special franchise tax as provided in this chapter shall not relieve any association, copartnership or corporation from the payment of any organization tax or franchise tax or any other tax otherwise imposed by article nine of this chapter, or by any other provision of law; but tangible property subject to a special franchise tax situated in, upon, under or above any street, highway, public place or public waters, as described in subdivision three of section two shall not be taxable except upon the assessment made as herein provided by the state board of tax commissioners. (Added by L. 1899, chap. 712, taking effect October 1, 1899.)
EQUALIZATION OF ASSESSMENT AND LEVY OF TAX.
51. Description of real property of nonresidents.
supervisors. 58. Statement of valuation to be furnished to comptroller. 59. Abstract of warrant to be furnished county treasurer.
$ 50. Equalization by board of supervisors. The board of supervisors of each county in this state, at its annual meeting, shall examine the assessment-rolls of the several tax districts in the county, for the purpose of ascertaining whether the valuations in one tax district bear a just relation to the valuations in all the tax districts in the county; and the board may increase or diminish the aggregate valuations of real estate in any tax district, by adding or deducting such sum upon the hundred, as may, in its opinion, be necessary to produce a just relation between all the valuations of real estate in the county ; but it shall, in no instance, change the aggregate valuations of all the tax districts from the aggregate valuation thereof as made by the assessors.
Commissioners for equalization of taxes, sce L. 1896, chap. 820, post, p.,
$ 51. Description of real property of nonresidents. The board of supervisors of each county, at its annual meeting, shall examine the assessment-rolls of the several tax districts, and shall make such changes in the descriptions of the real property of nonresidents as may be necessary to render such descriptions sufficiently definite for the purposes of collection of taxes by sale thereof. If a sufficiently definite description can not be obtained during the session, the board shall cause the same to be obtained for the next annual
session, and the property shall not be taxed until such de scription is obtained, and shall then be taxed for the year so omitted, in the manner provided for taxing omitted lands.
§ 52. Review of assessment against nonresident owners of rents reserved. If an assessment of taxable rents shall have been made against any person in any tax district of which he is not an actual resident, the board of supervisors of the county shall have the same power and authority in all respects, and it shall be its duty to correct such assessments as to the valuation of such rents and as to the gross amount for which such persons shall be assessed therefor, as the assessors of a tax district have as to the assessment of personal property of an actual resident of such tax district. The board may reduce the amount of any such assessment, if necessary, to make such assessment just when compared with the other assessments of property upon such roll.
§ 53. Correction of errors by board of supervisors.— If it shall be made to appear to the board of supervisors of any county, upon the verified petition of the assessors of any tax district:
First. That any property taxable therein has, by any mistake in transcribing or copying the assessment-roll of the preceding year, been placed on the assessment-roll delivered to the supervisor, at a valuation less than actually appearing upon the original roll signed by the assessors, such board shall insert in the assessment-roll of the current year an assessment of the property upon the valuation equal to the difference between the actual valuation made by the assessors and the amount at which, by such mistake, the property was placed upon the roll of the preceding year, and tax the same at the rate per centum imposed upon property in such tax district in the year in which the mistake occurred.
Second. That any taxable property therein has been omitted from the assessment-roll of the preceding year, such board shall place the same on the roll of the current year at its valuation for the preceding year, to be fixed by the assessors in their petition, and shall tax the same at the rate per centum of the preceding year.
Third. That taxable property has been omitted from the assessment-roll, for the current year, such board shall place the same thereon at a valuation to be fixed by the assessors in their petition, and shall tax the same at the rate per centum of the current year.
A copy of the petition under the second or third subdivision of this section, with a notice of the presentation thereof to the board of supervisors, shall be served personally on the person alleged to be liable to taxation for the land omitted from the assessment-roll, at least ten days before the meeting of the board of supervisors; and the board of supervisors shall take no action on such petition, unless proof of the personal service of such petition and notice be made to them by affidavit. The board of supervisors shall give to the person alleged to be liable to taxation for such omitted land, an opportunity to be heard, and on such hearing and review the board of supervisors shall have, as to such omitted property all the powers of the assessors of a tax district in reviewing and correcting the assessment-roll. The whole amount of tax levied upon land or property omitted in the tax levy of the preceding year shall be deducted from the aggregate of taxation to be levied on the tax district for the current year before such tax is levied.
$ 54. Reassessment of property illegally assessed. Whenever by the final judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction, it appears to the board of supervisors that any property liable to taxation in any year was erroneously or illegally assessed, and that by reason of such erroneous or illegal assessment, such property did not become subject to taxation for such year, the board shall place the same on the roll of the current year at the valuation thereof, if any, fixed by the assessors for such preceding year; and in case no valuation was fixed by the assessors, such property shall be assessed by the board at such valuation as they may determine for the preceding year. Before fixing such valuation, the board of supervisors shall give to the owners of such property, at the time of the assessment by the board, a notice of at least five days and an opportunity to be heard, and on such hearing, the board shall have, as to such property, all