Tax Upon Lead and Zinc on Quapaw Indian Lands in the State of Oklahoma: Hearings...on H.R. 5559...March 17, 1937

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Page 2 - ... other minerals on such lands may be taxed by the State in which said lands are located in all respects the same as production on unrestricted lands, and the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized and directed to cause to be paid the tax so assessed against the royalty interests on said lands: Provided, however, That such tax shall not become a lien or charge of any kind or character against the land or the property of the Indian owner.
Page 4 - ACTIVITIES The CHAIRMAN. If there are no further questions, we will now hear from Mr. Buffington. The CHAIRMAN. Mr. Buffington, will you give us a statement? Mr.
Page 1 - In accordance with the uniform policy of the United States Government to hold the lands of the Quapaw Indians while restricted and the income therefrom free from State taxation of whatsoever nature, except as said immunity is expressly waived, and, in pursuance of said fixed policy, it is herein expressly provided that the waiver of tax immunity herein provided shall be in lieu of all other...
Page 12 - All in favor of the motion signify it by saying aye, contrary no. The ayes have it and it is so ordered. Mr. Sheppard asked that the last two letters that were submitted to the chairman be included in the record on HR 5297. Mr. SHEPPARD. I want the record to show that these are being introduced by Mr. Sloan and I am asking Mr. Sloan's permission. Mr. O'MALLEY. I have...

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