United States v. LandramAnnotate this Case
118 U.S. 81 (1886)
U.S. Supreme Court
United States v. Landram, 118 U.S. 81 (1886)
United States v. Landram
Submitted April 5, 1886
Decided April 19, 1886
118 U.S. 81
After the Act of March 1, 1870, amending the laws relating to internal revenue took effect, collectors of internal revenue were entitled to compensation as follows: (1) to salaries graded according to the amount of their annual collections, the minimum salary being $2,000 and the maximum $4,500; (2) in addition to the salary to a commission of one half of one percent on taxes or spirits collected by sales of tax paid stamps, provided the total net compensation should not be more than $4500; (3) to such further allowance as the Secretary of the Treasury might make, provided the limitation of $4,500 as the total net compensation was not exceeded.
The case is stated in the opinion of the Court. The cause was decided in the Court of Claims on the 18th of February, 1886, and at once brought here on appeal and submitted.
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