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City of Victoria fonds Victoria (B.C.). Assessor
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Assessment notices and correspondence

Series consists of property tax assessment notices and related correspondence, mainly concerning persons and corporate bodies with multiple properties.

Victoria (B.C.). Assessor

Assessment roll comparisons

Series consists of a volume of tax assessment information that provides comparisons for the years 1892, 1894, 1897, 1900, and 1905. Includes only the following information: lot and block number, measurement, street, name, assessment on land, and assessment on improvements.

The spine of the volume is stamped B.C. Land and Investment Agency, indicating that it was prepared either for the use of or the taxation of that company

Victoria (B.C.). Assessor

Office expenses journal

Series consists of a journal of salaries and other expenses pertaining to the office of the City Assessor
In a volume originally from the office of W.W. Northcott

Victoria (B.C.). Assessor

William W. Northcott scrapbook

Series consists of news clippings, copies of letters, memoranda, and notes pertaining to the official duties of William W. Northcott, who served the City of Victoria as Assessor, Building Inspector, Purchasing Agent, and Returning Officer

Victoria (B.C.). Assessor

Agreements for sale and quit claims

Series consists of a description of agreements for sale and quit claims between various parties that were used to amend the assessment roll by keeping property ownership information up to date.
Although the cover of the volume indicates that it contains items 47755G to 88818G, the records themselves range from 48646G to 88818G

Victoria (B.C.). Assessor

Assessment roll working copy

Series consists of a set of tax rolls that were created as working documents used in compiling the assessment portion of the Assessor's and Collector's rolls.

The volumes are divided into 3 or 4 year groups: 1916-1918, 1919-1921, 1922-1925, 1926-1929, and 1930-1934. All of these groups are titled "City of Victoria," and the volumes within each group are followed by an alphabetical or numerical subtitle: A, B, or C for volumes in the 1916-1918, 1922-1929, and 1930-1934 groups, and 1-6 for the 1919-1921 group

Victoria (B.C.). Assessor