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STAMP DUTIES. [[line]] BILL OF SALE OF VESSEL,or any part thereof, consideration of value not over $500 | .50 Every add'l $500, or part thereof, 50 cents more. | BOND OF INDEMNITY,every $1000, or part thereof | .50 BOND, for the execution of the duties of any office | 1.00 BOND, other than required in the legal proceedings, or use in connection with mortgage deeds, and not otherwise charged | .25 CERTIFICATE OF STOCK, in incorporated company | .25 CERTIFICATE OF PROFITS, or any certificate or memorandum showing an interest in the property or accumulations of any incorporated company, if for $10 and not over $50 | .10 Over $50 and not over $1,000 | .25 Every add'l $1,000, or part thereof, 25 cents more. | CERTIFICATE OF DAMAGE, or otherwise, and all other certificates or documents issued by any port warden, marine surveyor, or person acting as such | .25 CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT, $100 or less | .02 Over $100 | .05 (Certificates of measurement or weight of animals, wood, coal, or other articles, except Gaugers', Measurers', and Weighers' returns; Certificates of Record of Deed or other instrument in writing, or acknowledgement thereof, by attesting witness, require no stamp.) | CERTIFICATE, of any other description | .05 CHARTER PARTY, (or renewal &c. of same,) contract or agreement for charter of vessel or steamer of registered tonnage, not over 150 tons | 1.00 Over 150 and not over 300 tons | 3.00 Over 300 and not over 600 tons | 5.00 Over 600 tons | 10.00 CONTRACT, Broker's note, or memorandum of sale of merchandise, stocks, bonds, exchange, notes, real estate, or other property issued by brokers, or persons acting as such, each | .10 CONVEYANCE.-Deed or writing, whereby any lands, tenements, or other realty sold is granted, assigned, or transferred, for every $500, or part thereof | .50 [[end page]] [[start page]] STAMP DUTIES. [[line]] ENTRY OF GOODS, at any custom house, for consumption or warehousing, of value over $100 | .25 Over $100 and not over $500 | .50 Over 500 | 1.00 WITHDRAWAL from bonded warehouse |.50 GAUGERS' RETURNS, if for not over 500 gallons gross, | .10 Over 500 gallons | .25 INSURANCE, (Marine, Inland, and Fire).-Each policy or renewal, (or assignment, &c. of same,) on which premium is $10 or less | .10 Over $10 and not over $50 | .25 Over 50 | .50 INSURANCE (Life).-Policy, (or assignment, &c. of same,) not over $1,000 | .25 Over $1,000 and not over $5000 | .50 Over 5,000 | 1.00 (Tickets or contracts of insurance limited to fatal or non-fatal injury to persons while travelling; also, deposit notes to Mutual Insurance Companies, for insurance upon which policies subject to stamp duties are issued, require no stamp.) | LEASE, (or assignment, &c. of same,) agreement, memorandum, or contract, for the hire, use, or rent of land, tenement, or portion thereof, when rent or rental value is not over $300 per annum, | .50 Every add'l $200, or part thereof, 50 cents more. | MANIFEST, for custom house entry or clearance of vessel's cargo for foreign port, (except to British North America,) tonnage not over 300 tons | 1.00 Over 300 and not over 600 tons | 3.00 Over 600 tons | 5.00 MEASURERS' RETURNS, if for not over 1,000 bushels | .10 Over 1,000 bushels | .25 MORTGAGE, (or assignment, &c of same,) Trust Deed, or Personal Bond, for the payment of money, over $100 and not over $500 | .50 Every add'l $500, or part thereof, 50 cents more. | TRUST DEED conveying estate to uses, to be stamped as a conveyance. | PASSAGE TICKET, to foreign port, (except British North America,) costing $35 or less | .50 Over $35 and not over $50 | 1.00 Every add'l $50, or part thereof, $1 more. |
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