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Timber sales, Quinaielt Indian reservation

Timber sales, Quinaielt Indian reservation

hearings before the Subcommittee on Indian Affairs of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Senate, Eighty-fifth Congress, first session.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Quinault Indians,
  • Lumber trade -- Washington (State),
  • Logging -- Washington (State)

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesNative American legal materials collection -- title 3873.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationviii, 598 p.
    Number of Pages598
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17744029M
    OCLC/WorldCa31238441

    The question presented is whether the proceeds of the sale by the United States Government of standing timber on allotted lands on the Quinaielt Indian Reservation may be made subject to capital-gains tax, consistently with applicable treaty and statutory provisions and the Government's role as respondents' trustee and guardian. Reservation. 2. No mortgage may be made by the tribe of any standing timber on any land now or hereafter held by the tribe within the boundaries of the Flathead Reservation. 3. No leases, permits (which terms shall not include land assignments to mem­ bers of the tribe), or timber-sale con­ tracts covering any land or interests in.

    'The matter of residence upon the reservation was not insisted upon as a prerequisite to allotment, either before or after the passage of the Act of March 4, (36 Stat. L., ) so far as the Quinaielt and other Indians mentioned in the Act or those who were affiliated with the Quinaielt in the Treaty of and are concerned. 2. The plaintiffs are all of Indian blood and descent, but none is a full-blood Indian. Some are members of the Chehalis, Chinook and Cowlitz Tribes, and the question is presented whether these tribes are among those whose members are entitled to allotments from lands within the Quinaielt Reservation.

    Finally on Febru , the same year Washington joined the Union as a state (Novem ), an Executive Order by President Benjamin Harrison set up a one-square mile reservation at LaPush with inhabitants. Four years later, the 71 members of the Hoh River band of Quileutes were provided with a separate g: Timber sales. The plaintiffs are all of Indian blood and descent, but none is a full-blood Indian. Some are members of the Chehalis, Chinook and Cowlitz Tribes, and the question is presented whether these tribes are among those whose members are entitled to allotments from lands within * the Quinaielt Reservation. Many do not personally reside on the.


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Get this from a library. Timber sales: Quinaielt Indian reservation: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Indian Affairs of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Senate, Eighty-fifth Congress, first session, Ap 15, and June 3, [United States.

Congress. Quinaielt Indian reservation book. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Get this from a library. Timber sales-- Quinaielt Indian Reservation: hearings before the Subcommittee on Indian Affairs of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Senate, Eighty-fifth Congress, first session.

[United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on Indian Affairs.]. Timber Sales -- Quinaielt Indian Reservation: hearings before the United States Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, Subcommittee on Indian Affairs, Eighty-Fifth Congress, first session, on Apr.

12, 15, June 3, The year Forest Management Plan for the Quinault Indian Nation provides the goals, directions, and technical specifications for managing all the individually-owned Trust lands and tribally-owned lands on the Reservation. Timber harvest, water quality, fish and wildlife habitat, roads, cultural resources, and fire management are addressed in.

Timber sales, Quinaielt Indian Reservation, State of Washington (Title ) Time extension for commencing actions on behalf of Indians (Title ) Titles to lands within Pueblo Indian land grants (Title ) Tlingit and Haida funds (Title ).

The department goal is to reduce fractionated ownership on the Quinault Indian Nation lands, establish ownership records and a reference system, and assist with land issues involving economic development projects.

The Quinault Indian Nation is the only majorly timbered reservation in the U.S. that was completely divided into acre allotments. Replaces 53 BIAM Supplement 3 & Timber Sale Records Handbook; provides information, procedures, and processes to prepare and administer a contract sale of Indian trust forest products.

6/10/ 53 IAM 4-H: Indian Forest Management Handbook -- Permit Sales. made to section Ti CFR to permit open market sales of the unsold timber units on the Quinaielt Reservation within one year from the date of the auctions, on the same terms, conditions and prices as originally advertised In * * * "If the exception requested is approved, it is proposed to notify the Wagar Lumber Com pany.

The Quinault Indian Reservation is a land of magnificent forests, swift-flowing rivers, gleaming lakes and 23 miles (37 kilometers) of unspoiled Pacific coastline. Its boundaries enclose overacres (84, hectares) of some of the most Missing: Timber sales.

Third, the value of timber depends heavily on how much timber is sold in one timber sale and what kind of harvesting is done.

Often, the larger the sale, the higher the price per unit of wood that can be offered. It can be more costly per unit of wood removed to cut only a few, selected trees, rather than cut most or all trees in the g: Indian reservation.

The Quinault Indian Reservation (reservation) was established on the Olympic Peninsula in western Washington by an Executive Order issued by President Ulysses S. Grant on November 4, Parts of the area encompassed within the reservation were not surveyed until Because of an inaccuracy in the survey, approximat acres along the.

It starts at about 2,’ above sea level on our southwest side of the reservation, and ranges all the way up to 11,’ on the peak of Mt. Baldy on our eastern border next to our most sacred mountain, providing year-round recreational activities.

Some of those activities include: hiking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, downhill Missing: Timber sales.

The question presented is whether the proceeds of the sale by the United States Government of standing timber on allotted lands on the Quinaielt Indian Reservation may be made subject to capital gains tax, consistently with applicable treaty and statutory provisions and the Government's role as respondents' trustee and guardian.

State forest timber sales. Sustainable Forest Initiative® (SFI®) program and Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) FSC Purchasers of State Forest timber may market state forest timber products as certified if they have the appropriate Chain of Custody certificate.

Headquartered in Pablo, the Flathead Reservation is ranked fourth in land base encompassing approximately million acres. The reservation is home to 65% of the 7, enrolled Confederated Salish and Kootenai tribal members. The Flathead Indian Reservation is home to three tribes, the Bitterroot Salish, upper Pend d'Oreille and Kootenai.

The question presented is whether the proceeds of the sale by the United States Government of standing timber on allotted lands on the Quinaielt Indian Reservation may be made subject to capitalgains tax, consistently with applicable treaty and statutory provisions and the Government's role as respondents' trustee and guardian.

Timber Sale Records. 58 A. Forms for Recording and Reporting Volume and Value. 58 B. Accounting Records Forms. 60 C. Timber Money Record Book or Ledger Setup.

62 D. Closing Timber Sale Permits and Accounts. 63 E. Report Correction. 64 F. Advance Payment (AP) Exceeding the Value of Timber Scaled. Plaintiffs Barclay reported the income derived from the sale of timber on the Warm S prings Indian Reservation in Oregon in their tax returns for the calendar years, and as long - term capital gains; plaintiffs Dahl did the same thing in their returns for the years,and United States Supreme Court.

SQUIRE v. CAPOEMAN() No. Argued: Janu Decided: Ap Income from the sale by the Government of standing timber on allotted forest land on the Quinaielt Indian Reservation held in trust by the Government for a noncompetent Quinaielt Indian may not be subjected to a capital-gains tax consistently with.

HEALY, Circuit Judge. This case involves the power of the Secretary of the Interior, under the act of J36 Stat., 1 to condition his assent to the sale of timber on trust-allotted lands in the Quinaielt Indian reservation. The suit was brought by six of the Indian allottees on behalf of themselves and all other allottees similarly situated.

1. The question presented is whether the proceeds of the sale by the United States Government of standing timber on allotted lands on the Quinaielt Indian Reservation may be made subject to capitalgains tax, consistently with applicable treaty and statutory provisions and the Government's role as respondents' trustee and guardian.Respondent determined against petitioner an income tax deficiency of $ for the calendar year The questions presented are, first, whether petitioner is taxable on income from the sale of timber from her allotted lands on the Quinaielt Indian Reservation and, second, if such income is not exempt, whether petitioner is taxable on any amount greater than the $50 .Appellee, an Indian of the Quillehute tribe, brought suit in the federal District Court for the Western District of Washington to determine his right to an allotment of an acre tract of land in the Quinaielt Indian Reservation in that state.

Authority for bringing the suit is found in 28 Stat.c.as amended by 31 Stat.c. Missing: Timber sales.