Taber v. Indian Territory Illuminating Oil Co.,
300 U.S. 1 (1937)

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Taber v. Indian Territory Illuminating Oil Co., 300 U.S. 1 (1937)

Taber v. Indian Territory Illuminating Oil Co.

No. 280

Argued January 6, 1937

Decided February 1, 1937

300 U.S. 1


A nondiscriminatory state tax, ad valorem, on equipment used by a private corporation in operating for oil and gas under a lease to it of restricted Indian allotments held valid against the claim that it was an unconstitutional burden on a federal instrumentality. P. 300 U. S. 3.

177 Okla. 67, 57 P.2d 1167, reversed.

Certiorari, 299 U.S. 528, to review the affirmance of a judgment against Taber, County Treasurer, in an action by the Oil Company to recover money paid under protest as taxes.

Page 300 U. S. 3

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