Revenue Act of 1937

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The Revenue Act of 1937, Pub. L. No. 75-377, ch. 815, 50 Stat. 813 was entitled: “An act to provide revenue, equalize taxation, prevent tax evasion and avoidance, and for other purposes.”

In a contemporary article published in the journal of the American Bar Association, it was described as "not a Measure of Wide Scope." The author noted that it included changes "Relating to Domestic Personal Holding Companies."