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" Indirect taxes are those which are demanded from one person in the expectation and intention that he shall indemnify himself at the expense of another : such as the excise or customs. "
The Review of Reviews - Page 372
edited by - 1895
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Federations and Unions Within the British Empire

Hugh Edward Egerton - 1924 - 306 pages
...^ \ . Cotton v. The King, 14 AC 1914, p. 176, the Privy Council adopted the definition of JS Mill: 'a direct tax is one which is demanded from the \...very persons who, it is intended or desired, should fiaJLiU, Indirect taxes v V are demanded from one person in the expectation or intention that he shall...
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International Encyclopędic Dictionary: A New Original and Exhaustive Work ...

Robert Hunter - 1897
...income or property of individuals, or on products consumed by them. A tax is said to be direct when it is demanded from the very persons who it is intended or desired should pay it, as a poll-tax, income-tax, property-tux, taxes for keeping men-servants, dogs, &c. An indirect tax...
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