Gleason v. Wood, 224 U.S. 679 (1912)

U.S. Supreme Court

Gleason v. Wood, 224 U.S. 679 (1912)

Gleason v. Wood

No. 575

Argued February 23, 1912

Decided May 13, 1912

224 U.S. 679

Syllabus

Decided on authority of Choate v. Trapp, ante, p. 224 U. S. 665.

28 Okl. 502 reversed.

The facts, which involve the taxability of Choctaw allotments in Oklahoma, are stated in the opinion.

U.S. Supreme Court

Gleason v. Wood, 224 U.S. 679 (1912)

Gleason v. Wood

No. 575

Argued February 23, 1912

Decided May 13, 1912

224 U.S. 679

`ERROR TO THE SUPREME COURT

OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA

Syllabus

Decided on authority of Choate v. Trapp, ante, p. 224 U. S. 665.

28 Okl. 502 reversed.

The facts, which involve the taxability of Choctaw allotments in Oklahoma, are stated in the opinion.

MR. JUSTICE LAMAR delivered the opinion of the Court.

The complaint alleges that the plaintiffs are Choctaws owning homesteads and surplus granted under the terms of the Atoka Agreement. Their applications to enjoin the officers of the State of Oklahoma from assessing their lands for taxation for the year 1909 were denied. All of the

Page 224 U. S. 680

questions involved are disposed of by the decision in Choate v. Trapp, ante, p. 224 U. S. 665. The judgment therefore is reversed, and the case remanded, with directions for further proceedings not inconsistent with that opinion.

Reversed.

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