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Index of bills relating to Banks, Currency, Public Debt, and Direct Taxes, 8c., presented in the

Title of bill.

No. of Congress.
No. of session.

By whom introduced. Page of Journal.

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A will supplementary to the act laying duties on 13 3 Mr. Eppes ...........

licenses to retailers of wines, spirituous liquors,
and foreign merchandise, and for other purposes.
A bill to amend the act laying duties on licenses 13 3 ....do ....
to retailers of wines, spirituous liquors, and for.

eign merchandise.
A bill to fix the compensation and increase the re.

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sponsibilities of the collectors of the direct tax
and internal duties, and for other purposes con-

nected with the collection thereof.
An act supplementary to an act laying duties on

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notes of banks, bankers, and certain companies,
on potes, bonds, and obligations discounted by
banks, bankers, and certain companies, and on
bills of exchange of certain description.
A bill to allow a drawback of duties on spirits dis- 13 3 ....do ...

tilled, and certain goods and wares and merchan.
dise manufactured within the United States, on
the exportation thereof to any foreign port or

place.
A bill to enlarge the time for ascertaining the an. 14 1 Mr. Lowndes .....

nual transfers and changes of property subject
to the direct tax, and for other purposes.
A bill to repeal so much of the act passed on the

23d of December, 1814, as imposes additional du.

ties on postage.
A bill continuing in force certain acts laying du. 14 1 .........

ties on bank-notes, refined sugars, and for other
purposes.
A bill to repeal the duties on certain articles man. 14 1 ...

ufactured within the United States.
A bill to reduce the amount of the direct tax upon

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the United States and the District of Columbia
for the year 1816, to repeal in part an act enti-
tled "An act to provide additional revenues for
defraying the expenses of Government and
maintaining the public credit by laying a direct
tax upon the United States, and to provide for
assessing and collecting the same;" and also the
act entitled "An act to provide additional rev.
enue for defraying the expenses of Government
and maintaining the public credit, by laying a
direct tax upon the District of Columbia."
A bill to repeal the act entitled "An act to provide 14

additional revenue for defraying the expenses of
Government and maintaining the public credit,
by laying duties on household furniture and on

gold and silver watches."
A bill to abolish the existing duties on spirits dig. | 14 | 1 l....do .....

tilled within the Upited States, and to lay other
duties in lieu of those at present imposed on li-

censes to distillers of spirituous liquors.
A bill supplementary to the act to provide addi. 14 1 ....do ........

tional revenue for defraying the expenses of
Government and maintaining the public credit,
by laying a direct tax upon the United States,
and to provide for assessing and collecting the

same.
A bill to appropriate the marriage-license tax | 14 | 1 | Mr. Tucker...........

within the county of Washington, in the District
of Columbia
A bill to fix the commissions of the collectors of 14 1 / Mr. Lowndes .........

the direct tax and internal duties, and to revive
and continue in force an act further to provide
for the collection of duties on imports and ton.
nage,
A bill for the more effectual collection of the pub. | 14 | 1 Mr. Calhoun..........

lic revenue in the lawful money of the United
States.
A bill for reducing the duties on licenses to retail. 14 | 1 Mr. Lowndes........

ers of wines, spirituous liquors, and foreign
merchandise.
A bill to allow drawbacks of duties on spirits dis- 14 1 ....do ..........

tilled and sugar refined within the United States,
and for other purposes.

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Passed April 22, | Passed April 26, Approved April 29,
1816.
1616.

1816.
Passed April 27, Amended and ....do....
1816.

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passed April 29. 1816.

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Index of bills relating to Banks, Currency, Public Debt, and Direct Taxes, fc., presented in the

Title of bill.

No. of Congress.
No. of session.

By whom introduced. Page of Journal."

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523.

A bill to enable the levy court of the county of 1 Mr. Tucker ......... 676, 685, 730, 738,

Alexandria to lay a tax for the purpose of defray.
ing the expenses of erecting a jail and court-

house.
A bill authorizing the Secretary of Treasury to 14 2 Mr. Lowndes ......... 225, 465, 467, 474,
pay the State of Georgia 15 per cent. upon the

556, 559.
quota of direct tax for the year 1816, assumed
and paid by that State.
A bill authorizing the Secretary of Treasury to 14

14 2 ....do

280, 509, 514, 547,
remit the dnties therein mentioned.

557, 561.
A bill respecting the assessment and collection of | 14 | 2 ....do

.......... 280, 465, 466, 474,
the direct tax.

525, 530, 554
A bill respecting the compensation of the collect. ....do .......... 357, 516, 527, 544,
ors therein mentioned.

556, 561.
A bill to abolish the internal duties................ 15 1 ....do ......... 32, 37, 41, 55, 56,

75, 82.
A bill supplementary to the several acts relative 15 i ....do ............. 302, 460, 483, 487.
to direct taxes and internal duties.

494, 501, 504.
A bill relative to the direct tax and internal duties 15 | 2 | Mr. Smith .........
A bill to increase the duties on certain manufac. 15 2 Mr. Newton....... 221.........

tured articles imported into the United States.
A bill to provide for compensation to assessors in 2 Mr. Smith .......... 323............

certain cases.
A bill to extend the time allowed for the redemp.

126, 423, 124, 428,
tion of land sold for taxes in certain cases.

505, 507, 515,
A bill laying duties on the sales of merchandise at 16 i Mr. Baldwin ....... 150, 444, 447, 449,
auction.

451, 452, 455,
472, 476, 481,

485, 489.
A bill giving further time for the redemption of 16 2 Mr. Smith ........... 138.....

lands sold for direct taxes under the act of Au-
gust 2, 1813, entitled "An act to lay and collect

direct taxes within the United States."
A bill for laying a duty on sales of merchandise at 16 2 ........

138....
auction.
A bill to repeal an act passed the 26th of April, 16 2 Mr. Newton......... 191.........

1816, on increasing the compensation of inspect-
ors, measurers, weighers, and gaugers.
A bill authorizing the taxing of certain lands 16 2 Mr. Hendricks ..... 294.........

within the new States.
A bill reviving and extending the time allowed for 17 1 Mr. Lathrop ......... 48, 76, 81, 139, 143,
the redemption of land sold for taxes.

214, 252.
A bill to extend the time allowed for the redemp-

Mr. Robs.....

203, 207, 292, 302,
tion of land sold for direct taxes, in certain

307, 311.
cases.
A bill laying duties on sales of merchandise at

Mr. Forward.....
auction, and for other purposes.
A bill allowing an additional drawback on sugar 18 2 Mr. McLane ........ 232.............

refined in the United States and exported there.

from.
A bill to extend the time allowed for the redemp | 19 | 1 | Mr. Webster ........ 84, 243, 247, 572,
tion of land sold for direct taxes, in certain

574, 581, 569.
cases.
A bill to perpetuate the evidence relating to the 19 i Mr. Wright ........ 111, 279, 282, 613,
sale of dwelling-houses, lots, and lands for the

622, 626, 630.
non-payment of direct taxes.
A bill allowing an additional drawback on sugar 19 1 Mr. McLane ........ 209............

refined in the United States and exported there.

from.
An act to reduce the duties heretofore levied on 19 2 Senate .............. 299............

certain articles.
A bill allowing additional drawback on sugar re. 20 i Mr. Cambreling....... 112.....
fined in the United States and exported there.

from.
A bill to extend the time allowed for the redemp. 20 i Mr. Barbour .......... 401, 406, 585, 603,
tion of land sold for direct taxes, in certain

647, 650.
cases.
A bill allowing additional drawback on sugar re. 20 2 Mr. Cambreling ....... 48, 63, 69, 74, 115,
fined in the United States and exported there.

116, 123, 166,!
from.

193, 210.

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1817.
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1817.

passed Mar. 3,

1817.
Passed Mar. 3, Passed Mar. 3, ....do.......
1817.

1817.
....do .........

Passed Dec. 11, Amended and Approved Dec. 23, 1817.

passed Dec. 16, 1817.

1817.
....do .......... Passed April 18, Passed April 20, Approved April 20,

1818.
1818.

1818.
Not reported.......
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Favorable .... Passed April 19, | Passed May 9, Approved May 12,

1820.

1820. 51 -...do ........

Passed May 4,

1820; vote re considered May 5, and the bill postponed

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Favorable .....

Committee of the

Whole.
Not referred.......

Ordered to lie on

table. Passed Dec. 20, | Passed Jan. 11, Approved Feb. 4, 1821. 1822.

1922 Passed Feb. 9, Passed Mar. 1, Approved Mar. 3, 1823. 1823.

1823.

Committee of the

Whole. ....do ....

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Favorable ...... Passed Feb. 10, Passed May 15, Approved May 16,

1826.
1826.

1826.

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Index of bills relating to Banks, Currency, Public Debt, and Direct Taxes, fc., presented in the

Title of bill.

No. of Congress.
No. of session.

By whom introduced. Page of Journal.

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147......

enue.

A bill imposing regulations on sales at auction for 2 Mr. McDuffie ........

the protection of the revenue.
A bill imposing regulations on sales at auction for 21 1 Mr. Ingersoll......... 274......

the further protection of the revenue.
A bill to extend the time allowed for the redemp- 22 i Mr. Davis............ 181.........

tion of land sold for direct taxes, in certain
cases.
A bill for the prevention of frauds on the revenue.. 22 i Mr. J. Q. Adams ..... 572, 673..........
A bill to reduce the revenge of the United States | 24 | 2 | Mr. Carobreling ....... 190, 192, 195....

to the wants of the Government.
An act designating and limiting the fands receiy. 24 | 2 | Senate ............... 368, 420, 510,556,
able for the revenues of the United States.

558, 567, 580.
A bill to provide for the collection, safe-keeping,

Mr. Cambreling ...... 513, 1123, 1123,
transfer, and disbursement of the public rev.

1128, 1132, 1133
enue.

1140, 1153, 1155

1157, 1159, 1161.
Resolution relating to the public revenue and dues | 25 | 2 Senate .......... 993, 1003, '1004,
to the Government.

1005, 1006, 1007,

1010, 1011.
A bill more effectually to prevent frands in the 25 3 | Mr. Cambreling....... 140.....

collection, keeping, transfer, and disbursement of
tbe public revenue, and to punish public default-
ers.
A bill to provide for the collection and disburse- 25 3 Mr. Hunter .......... 492...........

ment of the public revenue.
Resolution respecting the collection and deposit of 25 | 3 | Mr. Thompson ....... 403........

the public revenne,
An act to provide for the collection, safe-keeping, L265.1 Senate .....

229,581, 691, 931,
transfer, and disbursement of the public rev.

973, 976, 979,
1033, 1037, 1075,
1078, 1079, 1085,
1090, 1093, 1098,
1100, 1105, 1110.
1113, 1117, 1122
1129, 1135, 1138,
1139, 1141, 1147,
1150, 1153, 1156,
1161, 1163, 1163
1170, 1175, 1183, !

1205, 1237.
An act to repeal an act entitled "An act to provide | 27 | i Senate .....

76, 168, 177, 267,
for the collection, safe-keeping, transfer, and dis.

328, 340, 344
bursement of the public revenue, and to provide

347, 362
for the punishment of embezzlers of public
moneys."
A bill to provide for the collection, safe-keeping, | 28 | 1 | Mr. Dromgoole........ 579...

transfer, and disbursement of the public rev-
epne.
A bill to provide for the collection, safe-keeping, 28 2....do ......... 114, 115, 116......

transfer, and disbursement of the public rev.
enne.
A bill to provide for the better organization of the 29 1 l....do ............, 131, 489, 612, 616,
Treasury, and for the collection, safe-keeping,

618 to 622, 1900,
transfer, and disbursement of the public rer.

1229, 1242, 1248,
enue.

1236.
A bill to establish the warehousing system, to 29 i Mr. Wentworth.......

lessen and equalize the burdens of taxation, and

for other purposes.
A bill supplemental to an act entitled "An act to 29 2 Mr. Dromgoole........ 299, 506, 507, 508..

provide for the better organization of the Treas.
ury, and for the collection, safe-keeping, transfer,

and disbursement of the public revenue."
A bill to lay a tax on alien passengers coming into 31 1 Mr. Wellborn ......... 724...........

the United States, to provide for its recovery,
and to direct payment of its proceeds for eleemo-
sypary purposes to snch State officers as may be
authorized to receive them.
A bill to authorize the corporate authorities of 1 Mr. Davis............. 126....

1286. ...........
Georgetown to impose additional taxes, and for
other purposes.

bill to authorize the corporate authorities of 33 2 ....do .......... 90, 91, 92, 93, 96
Georgetown to impose additional taxes, and for

97, 473, 507, 512,
other pnrposes.

540.
A bill to impose a stamp-duty on bank-notes and 33 2 Mr. Benton .....

439....
paper currency of small denominations.

420........

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