His eldest son was recognised as his chief assistant, and he, like his father, was exempt from the tribute or capitation tax.
Provision was made for the capitation tax in the Constitution of 1867-68.
The Report was issued and negotiations went forward with regard to capitation fees.
These are the capitation tax on sheep, and the export duties on wine and silk.
That a capitation fee of four shillings per day be paid by each Scholar while he is actually in the College.
No taxes were to be levied on them except the capitation tax.
The humane policy of his successor reduced the capitation to seven pieces.
It is a natural complaint that the tribute or capitation tax presses equally on all classes of Indians, rich or poor.
Public schools were initially supported by a Literary Fund and by one-half the capitation tax.
The capitation tax, or tribute paid by the natives, is the foundation of the financial system in the Philippines.
1610s, "counting of heads," from Late Latin capitationem (nominative capitatio), noun of action from past participle stem of a verb derived from caput "head" (see capitulum). Meaning "levying of a poll tax" is from 1640s.