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Til Id V tl JN L U 0 W U H L D , MONDAY, MAKOH 13, 1911.
CORPORATION TAX DECLARED VALID BY HIGH COURT Is a Levy on Doing Business I and Insures $25,000,000 a Year Revenue. AT TACKED BY MANY Inicrborough and Coney Island and Brooklyn Railroads Must Pay the Tax. i i I WASHINGTON", MnrMi IS -TV rem-1 prorlilon of the 1'a.vm-Alilrleli tariff fir, nnc of l'resldent T.tft's pet ineis tires, was nnnnltnnusly upheld to-dny by fho Supreme Cuutt of tlio UnllH States lu a deoMim In fifteen cises arising In fartous parts of tii United States. The lecIMiKi f Ihr Court Insures iipprux- (Jnatcly la.iMMiiM revenue curly to tl Inderal im eminent. The casus cne to the Hiiprcnn Court fmm the l'ederal Courts of Vermont, New Yirk, Illinois, Ohio, -Massachusetts nd .Minnesota, anil lnelilde.1 oorpora flon' enKagnl In retl estate business, riinitur, manufacturing, transportation, rff insurance ami uiervhandlslnir. I In each once one fit tnore of the stock holders npplliil to Hie court" for qn In .(unction to restrain the, olllcers of the corporation from itayltiK the tax on the rtruund that It w;ii uncoiistltutlnnnl. . ( ( Tax on Doing Business. 1 l'lrsl of all, Justice Day declared thnt the contention that the law was univin. siltutlonul beciiusu It originated In the Senate in t:ic form of nn nnundmcn to the l'.iyno law wan untenable. Hu said the Conaultutlnn provided for amend Jienta In thu Hcnntn to revenue laws; QiouiTh t:ic) mint originate. In the House. ' . "It has" hcn ursed thnt thin Is u tax in the ownership of 1ulnp," he cnld. .n ne construe the itatute, It la a tax 911 thu dolnjr of tmslness, not upon Jwnerahlp. "Thla lit nn excise tax upon the privi lege of doliu business. The "provision fur an excise tax In thp constitution makes only ono stipulation that the tux shall bu piiual thnt la, k'coKruphlc '.illy the name all over the country. ' "It 1 next contended that thu at tempted taxation In void liecnufc ll X-vles n tax upon the. rlKht of a State to Kr.int corporate franchises; because if tuxes frnnehlsis which lire tho ere tlon of a s'luto In Its soverlicn right and authority. ' "We thlnlc It ! the result of cases heretofore derided by thla court that inch activities although exercl.,! be-, L, i,v...l .1,. ...ln,. .. t ih.,f not beyond tlio taxing power of the ynltcd States. y Th Court hold that It win no part oi tee esiontiai governmental tunctions is a Etntu to provide ineana of trans ljortatlou, supply artificial light, water and the like. Therefore, It was iletir lulned that the Coney Island .and Brooklyn Ballroaa Company nnd tho Xntorborough Bapld Transit Company c1 Now York are subject to the tax. t Differs From Incoms Tnx. jjunlcii Day took up the contention that the corporation tux was u direct I inx, and unco'istttutlonal for thu suum rea.on thnt tlio famous Income tax law was declared unconslltutolnal In ttfG. He pointed out that the Income tug was held to be dlrei't becauin t n posed upon property simply becuuse oi Us nnnershlp. f"ln tho present case," said Justice !x, "tho tax Is not payable unless tWro Is a currying mi or doing . uf tutlncss tu the designated ca(uity, nnd tills Is tnado the occasion for the tux, iticasurcd by the' staiidnrd prescribed, "fho dICfeience bttwcen the nets I? not iperely nominal, but rests upon tubstnn. ijul differences botivien the mere own rtshlp of proptrty nnd tho actual doing If uuslness In n certain v ny," Jjuolli'e Day next nddri'ed himself to tjie objection that thu tux was unmiust and arbitrary. Ho first consldc.rd whether, as claimed, the law mndi un ' constitutional distinction between cor jjorutlons and psrtnerHhlps or Indlvld.i uts. He snld there was a substantial dKIerence between the carrying -on of lSuslnessbetweeii corporations taxed and ijie same business when conducted by a prlvtu firm or Individual. i"The. thing taxed," said t,' "nl no: rjie mere .dealing In merchandise, In vfhlch' the actual transactions may Iw tjie fcame, 'whether conducted by .ndl Idunls or corporations, but tho tax Is laid upon tlio privileges wh.ch exist In inducting business with the udvan rises which inhero In the corpora!.) cu ljaolty of fhee taxed, nnd which are not iBiJoyed !')' prlvuto firms ror Individuals, 'jjhese advantuK'H ure obvious and have ltd to the formation of bitch companies ju neuny an nrancnei, of trade, It Is this distlnctlce privilege whl?h Si the subjeet uf" taxation, not tho more Joying or soling or handling of goods. aiilch may be the name, whether dono hv eornnratlnns or IiwIIvMiiiIh 9 WauiNiPbmAii, nr il,. ,H . i. . ..... -.' PHI'.KU (Ik tit" IHA 'I'l im IHW f..-. ,.t ,i, ....i.. . .u. oi'nv received i,v li frm -.li .,.,,u pan) received 1 from ,u sources : i - -i --"..v.. ,1, his opinion, ns not being so unequal Jnd so arbitrary ml baseless as to fall outside of the Authority of tho taxing power. J Publicity Features. j Justice Day said It was especially ob- Vlected that certain of tho corporations whose stockholder!! ohallonged tho valid- fjty of thn tux were so culled real estate 'companies. I "We think It clear," suld he, "that cor tporntlonx orguiiUod for thn purposo of "itolni business and actually etiKngtd In huah iiptlvlUi-Ji an leasing property, ool heeling rents, managing otllce .buildings, ynaUns Investments of profits, or lens- THE LAND OF MAKE-BELIEVE THE CHAPERONS. By Eleanor Schorer. 1 Ing ore lands nnd collecting royalt e managing wharves, dividing profits, u'ld In some cai investing the surplus lire 1 engaged n doing business within the iiieiultig of this Ktntutci and, in the ca pacity necessary to make such organiza tion, subject to the law," After dealing at length with numer ous other objections to the law, Justb'O Day came to the attack um It based on the co-called publicity features of tho provisions which require certain re turns to be made to tho government, as an aid In the assessment uf a tax. "The taxation Mng, mm we hnvtr held." said the Justice, "within the legi timate jiowem of Congress, it Is for ,I,nl to determlnn what means u.e ""'l.ng tho pffectlllll." The opinion thus siunmarlied covers fifteen of the eighteen cases In which the constitutionality of the tax was ns xalled. Tho tinn-appllcaUlllty of the art to the real estate tl lists was decided In the other three cases, Tho light against the constitutionality of the corporation tax began utmost Im mediately nfter the enactment of the rnyne-Aldrlch Tariff law of IWs, of whluh It Is n pirt. During the long days lit, wrangling In Congreiis over that measure. President Tuft originated a plan lo ralno part of the revenue iici'is- s.iry for the running of the aovcrnniint by Imposing u corporation tax. He U c.ild to have made the first rough draft of the proposed law and to have, asked the Department of Justice to perfect It. Wonreelji llfteen yeurs -before, the Su premo Court of the United States hiid declared uncuti'tltuttouul the lncomo Tux measure enacted by Congress. In order to luivo u valid tax, the errors ot that law had to bo avoided. Finally the ntteiitlon of members of the llutuo ami Sonata was called to the prnpored Cor poration tnx as a constitutional measure. It wns ursed as preferable to nnot mr Inco'mo tnx which, It was argued, pr.ih nbty would be declared unconstitutional nnd ns under the iireiimstnni'en better legislation than mi Inheritance tax. When the Tariff bill was In tho Semite, the corporation tax provisions weie In. sertcd as un amendment to thu I'ayn.i bill passed 'by the House. They retimlnid there and became u part of the TarllT net. Those Who Pay the Tax. Thn provisions of the law stated that tho tax was a "special oxclso tnx w'th reipect to tho carrying on or doing business." It was to be lmld by "eker. corporation. Joint stock coimiwiny or association, organized for profit and having n capital stock represented by sharp?, nnd every Insurance compiny" organln-d undsr tho liws of tho nulled States or of any State or Territory. It wns provided that tho tax should bo "equl"alfnt to onn per centum upon the entire ne( Income over tm? above S&,ViO rocolved from ult sntirres," cxelu she of amounts received ns dividends upon stock of other corporations, Joint stock comptules, or assoclutlons, or In Miruneu companies, subject to tho tux. ! gliOUlll hv ,Il lUH 1( toso laiw, tu , Tleusary Department, to bo used us 11 . lirtMlv fnr AhA.kKltiif the t.n. ... 'I'!... loie 1.I.11 ...... nt.ii to liisoHtlnii. luit lii 1910 Cinu-r,. " - .--. ........ - n " w enacted lextHlallon providing that iho returns should oe open to liwpoction only u,lon ruUu, anil rtuUt,ons UyI)rovcd by returns hould be open to lnspictloii only ttll) (-resident. j Woman Started Fight. I i.-(ltfn canes attacking the constltu- i tlonaltty of the lnwwere begun In court, tin- llrst by a womiin, fitnlla 1', Jilut, gunrdlun of the property of riiunncl N Htonu ;r, a KtocKuoiunr in the .Slono Tracy i;ompnny of Wludhor, Vt. Tim roiiHtltutlonallty of the tux wns attacked from all points from which uny tax possible of onaitment by Cmi gress could bo attnnked. Prominent limoug the objocttons to tho law w.n thn argument that tho tnx was n direct tux, not apportioned, according tu tlio constitution. Home dubbed (he tux "u corporation Incomo lux" and Invalid for the same reasons that the Income tax was declured unconstitutional lu livS, nnno nnr nrn o Mitt. IVIlLDlK 5 DEFENSE BEGINS WITH PITIFUL PLEA i Lawyer for the Woman Who Killed Child Tells 1 ler Mis eries Prom Early Life. (? teld tiiThc Ktrnlax tVorll.) A.IIANi, March 13. This poar, de fentelesH woman should have, b.en In nn InKine nsiium tlflcen years ngn," was tho deiarntlon of Attorney John II. Dugati In bin cpenlng nddiess to t ,1 Jury tc-ilay In t ie tilat of Jtrs. IM.th Melber, charged with killing her four-year-old noli after the prosecution )i.td leted lt cxise. "Shu went to school," he continued, "up to the time her father died, n riiunkiinl, when she ivak thirteen yearn old. Hir iiiothir died rovernt years be fore that. Her life since then has been deMilate." The lawyer continued In this strain, emphasizing the llfo miseries of the de fendant up to the ilaji she murdered her child by forcing acid down Its throat. Hold Suitor Within Call. There wufl u Btlr nmuug the specta tor enrllir In the day when l.awyrr Dugun hecured from Justice Unwind an order leipilrltig tho presence of Howard ;irk, one of the Ktutu'H chief witncsi'S, ut all times until the testi mony Is li'sed. Mr. Dugun explulnul Hint he might want KlrU for crors exumlnatlon nt any moinont, and this li regarded nn Indleutliig Cut mutters com truing the young mm'n relations with the defuidiint, thus far not In ipilrcd Into by tho uttoi iieys for either side, wilt bo brought out orier tho med lent nxpertK for the defentc have been 011 the stand. When tho trial was resumed to-day the main testimony foi thu Stale was beforo the Jury, and It was expected that the defense would hu able tu upen late to-' or to-morrow. Tho a l.iusslon of the woman's con- fftttttl.ltl III l.ln tr. III. ll.,lliut..M ,.rli., ,w "' ..w....,, , was a blow to tho dofenhe. but Its effect wo mlnln.lzod by the udmb- flan drawn from Stato witnesses that Mrs. Melber ha. fuffil greatly for tho ,iuki six years. Tho attorneys for the defen. expect to show thnt hard - uhlps nnd lack of even sullliient food had undermined her reason nnd brought her to a st He of mind lu which , Mho dotrmlul upon thu murder uf her I son. i Mrs Melber to-day seemeit nvidi brighter us the lesult of the two days rest. Stio droppwl Into her huir be I sldo her counsel without paying the i slightest nttentlun to tho tilg crowd , of curiosity pci kers who Jammed every Inch of space In the big court room, lly order of Justice Howard tho police, guard about the building wns dou-ili-i to-day and the riotous scenes that have marred tlio trial heretofore were ub-i unt. The defense will rail three doctors to tpstlfy tint Mm. Melber Is Insane, bn whether they will pluce tho defendant l .... .1.- ........I .. Ill I... .I...I.1..1 ' lu ii-ri, .in un- ruiiii! ill nut lie ml-cuii,, until the Statu ichM, Tells of Voman's Tnlk. , Iteteetlve WillUin 1-'. Mugulro of . Uoehemor, tho llrst witness to-day, told of urreitlng Mis. Mi-lb-r In that city on Jan. 13, of thn diulal of her ldcnttly and ot thu iuetlohlug that led to her finally admitting who she wu. ills testimony bore out that clvcn by Chief 1 iu gloy nnd two other f o, heater 111- Lirs last ieK coniernini, .Mrs. .mi- brr's story that she had given hpr-chlld to u cousin, Preil Toller, to take to Ills home out Wen' lie Mid him did not know the mldrecs nf Teller In Chicago, but she fralil she was trying to worlt hnr way to that city. Magulro told of noticing n scar on her riht hand iipir her thumii which she said wan caused by splllln? hot water on It a week before. When told n child hnd been found ileud iie'ir Albany, tho witness said Mrs. Melbcr cxclnlmed! ".My find; If my tioy has been murdered. It must have been I'red TelUr that did It. Do you think I would kill my ovn tlesh and blood?" Denied Buying Acid. The detectlvo said Mif. Vtltit'r ii'' denied ever buying carbolic add 'exjept In one Instance n yi'lr Ur.'o, wrf.'n Jthe purchased oome of the drug In Silicno.-. tndy. ShP told thp otllter s.:e Jind changed the boy's clothing oefore givl g him to Toller, utul des rlueil tile u t in which tho child w;.s dresked wi.en found. .Mrs. lelbcr was iiuestlnncd as to what motive Teller would have had In killing tho child, T J wit.ienr .aid ho told him tho child was stubborn. When Howard Frost, .in i 41 . Ma -oM boy, whi lives near where the -Mel-lier boy'H bidv was foamd, wa calb 1 thu dtfenne objected, saying be was too young to teatiry In .1 oaso of such grav ity, but lie i'.trt iulmli:ed hla test!- He end his brother while nn the r . t .. jI .0.11.', ir...' (lpo"gle'- Fhoes lying In u ditch near a path lead ing to ag rem house uenr the Kvamp W' en shown tho shoe, the youngster replied: CtEte Rests Cnse. "Them looks like 'em." The shoe w.ie I mind twi days uftc tho dls.'overy of tho body. iKbei wlii.tHies jiMirn to-day li -rludod Harry ".. Sprnnktand, the htiate. who dlcooveioil tho My; Coroner 1 1 11 1. in, v...o a i.'.ntxl If. .'. Thomas ()rd wuy, pho performed the 11 u tipsy, Vi hon 1". l"n!.p, a keeper lu the Albany County Jail, who nald Mi. Melber told " tl that 1 0 whereabouts of tho boy's ,.l s'.iu ' 1 ' 1 -it "nn ib- uys re. main n mystery;" and llnvaul Kirk. 111 11dn.1i. i' -1 . Mi I' 1 r, who, when recalled ut lao request of 111.' defeiihe .,1.1 ' .. im-millv I'Bssed le time wliHe 'cnlllrw on Mrs. Melber lu il 'Ing emliru d- , r w. ., a.'i ell iltiii; e 'n r. At tho i o'liius'.lu of I ..ii'a testimony tb- pros. 11. t'on rented " rn. BEQUESTS TO HOSPITALS. Three lutllliitlon-t llnilov.eil In Will r I'.eluliniier. Presbvtcrlan Hospital, f'e Oermai Hospital and St. John's il'ill 1 -vlll leni ...... ... ..Ill ' - n-atenany ""',"',' ''V,"-'" W- lU'elnl.uucr of No. 1. . Lut s.xtj. "' ,t r0'- ,1U"1 f"r ,,r" "1 aV ''" """."' 11 ' Mo!1 wr lie dea-h 01 Mr. M ,! anauer the 1 l'''" u "f , 1 '" , "f 1 V. l'Z T " 1 fi'i ';- ;;''' ,' , , , tl"'lS Family I7af llh.nr.i ill.m I .lllilliAi,. Kltn.ll. r 'I . w. ,.-....V7V -'I-- ; .".1 llrul, ti-,r Throut. r-ild In i;hr.l, 14 Ajithm.Ilronolilliii. DilUcult llrmth 1 Ing, tious in iieuii ami iwiuurn. KWivi quick rf u-i inc., .ie. wc ; ' mm a, Jd.W Mv s,VH,blii LN t3 sthm.nroni-lilll. Difficult rirmth. K4 Brl Ing, CuUl In Ileud and Untiurh. It hy JQirlv'n quick rflli-f inc.. Via., toe, OR DENOUNCES "POLL" THAT FAILS TO SAVESLASHER Judge Dike Tells Mow liasl Side Politicians Interfered, Then Sentences Culprit. Louis Herfcelhclmer, who, on July H 1.1st, nt Coney isltind, seized and held Willie Jones, n prlie Hunter, while Aaron Lewis slashed Jones's fnco with j K(,)d, so tho couylo run nnuy to Wit- I tilal of Knrlco Alfnno nnd the C'amor a rator, was sentenced to SltiK Sins for j inlnu'lon, Del., the next niornltiK rl?t rouj wilt bu teverelv punlsOied, not more than four years nnd fourlntid nxked a ltlnil-he.irted polli'emnn In j jj,jRU iii-mchl nnnounccd to-duy. Al- months and not less than tivo years and two months, by Judxc.Dlke In tho County Court, HrooUiyn, to-day. I.cnls hud already been sentenced, as a second offender, to llvo years In Sins Sing nnd t i pay n flno of 11,(1)0. In Imposing sentence on Herkcl helmer JudKo Dike, nfter rehearsing the clrciimstunces of the nsnult, which occurred when Joiicm resented nn Insult to his wife, scored llerlielhelmcr for tho. efforts tnado by his friends from the i st dido of Manhattan to defeat the ends of Justice. The Judo said that not only bad at tempts been made to find a peronal friend uf the Court In llrnoklyn who would Influence him, but that numerous unsavory Manhattan politicians hud In terfered In tho' case! that money ha I been freely spent, even to the extent of retaining William Travers Jerome, nnd that an effort bad been made'to secure n reduction of bail, with the purpose of letting llerkelhelmer run away. llcrkelhitmer was told that the Court had knowledge of bulldozing methods employed ngalust witnesses In the cae and of letters sent to uthletiu clubs threatening violence and shooting If Wllllu Jones wns employed by any ot tnem, ns u result of which, the Court suld, Jones hud been forced to go to work ns a longanorenuin. In conclusion no said: "Suc.i men us you belong In tho plar.t to which you will now go; not In Hroolt lyn. llrookljn Is no placo for Manhattan crooks. We trust that men like you will take this lesson to heart." r,,(l(MI (.olnir to "l.iirry'n Iliinep. 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