§ 34.47  INSURANCE PREMIUM TAX.
   Every insurance company or association, other than life, organized or incorporated under the laws for any other state or nation, and every other insurance company, other than life, doing business or writing risks of insurance in the village shall pay into the village treasury, for the benefit of the organized Fire Department, a tax of $2 on every $100 of premiums received by the company in the village, as provided by an act of the state’s General Assembly, dated April 19, 1899, entitled “An Act for a Tax on Gross Premium Receipts of Insurance Companies and Associations Other than Life.”
(Prior Code, § 3.12.010)