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Hoar, [George]:

OPINION OF ATTORNEY GENERAL HOAR IN RELATION TO THE RIGHTS OF GOVERNMENT OFFICERS TO SHARES OR MOIETIES AS INFORMERS. DATED MAY 13, 1870. PUBLISHED FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF CLIENTS AND CORRESPONDENTS OF DAVIDGE & KIMBALL, COUNSELLORS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS BEFORE INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICE, 1427 F STREET, WASHINGTON, D.C.

Washington: 1870 Original printed wrappers [lightly chipped], stitched, lightly folded. 15, [1 blank] pp. Very Good. Under the internal revenue laws, half the penalties or forfeitures imposed are given to the person "who first discovered the cause, matter, or thing, whereby the fines, penalties, or forfeitures had been incurred." Hoar, President Grant's Attorney General, reviews the relevant statutes and their legislative history; and determines that under appropriate circumstances revenue agents may claim the rewards due informers. FIRST EDITION. 610 NUC 0064336 [1].


Book Id: 13118

Price: $125.00

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