2 edition of Report of Commission on Assessment Act. British Columbia. found in the catalog.
Report of Commission on Assessment Act. British Columbia.
British Columbia. Commission For the Purpose of Inquiring Into and Reporting Upon the Operation of the "Assessment Act, 1903", with Respect to Its Practical Bearings on the Financial Requirements of the Province.
|Other titles||Report of the Commission For the Purpose of Inquiring Into and Reporting Upon the Operation of the "Assessment Act, 1903", with Respect to Its Practical Bearings on the Financial Requirements of the Province. B.C., Commission on Assessment Act : Report. British Columbia .|
|Contributions||Buntzen, J., Carter-Cotton, F., Ker, D.|
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