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

Title of bill,

No. of Congress.
No. of session.

By whom introduced. Page of Journal

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A bill to modify existing laws relating to the ware. 41 i Mr. Morrell........... ...........
A bill to amend an act entitled "An act imposing 41 1 Mr. Hooper .......... 38...........

taxes on distilled spirits and tobacco, and for
other purposes," approved July 20, 1868.
A bill to amend an act entitled "An act imposing | 11 | 1 ....do .......... 72, 81, 144, 145,
taxes on distilled spirits and tobacco, and for

206, 207, 210,
other purposes," approved July 20, 1868.

229, 231, 239.
A bill to refund certain taxes illegally collected in | 41 1 Mr. Dockery ........
the internal revenue department, and for other
purposes.
A bill to amend the third section of an act entitled

Mr. Winans...

167...........
"An act imposing taxes on distilled spirits and
tobacco, and for other purposes," approved July

20, 1868.
A bill to repeal an act of the legislature of New | 41 1 Mr. Sargent........... 178, 189, 198, 29..

Mexico imposing a capitation tax on bovine cattle.
Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of the 41 1 Mr. B. F. Butler.......

Treasury to collect the internal revenue now
due and uncollected by reason of false or fraud.
ulent returns.
Joint resolution to suspend the oyster tondage tax 41 1 Mr. Shanks ..........

of Virginia.
A bill to construe that part of the internal-revenue | 41 | 2 | Mr. Judd ...........

laws relative to manufactures, so as to exempt
pork and beef packing from being classed as
manufactnred articles.
A bill to impose taxes on all fictitions and gam. 41 2 Mr. Davis........... 40........

bling sales of gold.
A bill to repeal so much of the internal-revenue 41 | 2 | Mr. Hay ............

laws of the United States as requires farmers
and gardeners to have produce brokers' licenses

to sell their own products from stores and stands.
A bill to amend the existing laws of the United 41 2 | Mr. Knott ......
States in relation to the assessment and collec-

tion of internal revenue.
A bill to repeal the tax of 10 per cent. upon the 41 2 Mr. Stone .......

notes of State banks.
A bill to exempt certain instruments and paper 41 2 Mr. Tyner ........

from payment of stamp duties.
A bill to repeal so much of the internal revenue

Mr. H
laws as requires agricultural societies to take
out a United States license in order to hold their
fairs, and to pay 2 per cent. on their gross re-

ceipts therefrom.
A bill to amend an act entitled "An act to protect

Mr. Judd ....
the revenue, and for other purposes," approved
July 28, 1866.
A bill to relieve passengers on street railroads, and 41 2 Mr. Stevenson ........

to amend section 103 of an act entitled "An act
to provide internal revenue to support the Gov.
ernment, to pay interest on public debt, and for
other purposes," approved June 30, 1864, and acts
amendatory thereot.
A bill to relieve consumers of gas, to amend sec.

104.......
tion 94 of "An act to provide internal revenue
to support the Government, to pay interest
on public delt, and for other purposes," ap-
proved June 30, 1864, and acts amendatory
thereof.
A bill to amend an act entitled "An act to provide 41 | 2 Mr, Dickey ......... 108.......

internal revenue to support the Government, to
pay interest on the public debt, and for other
purposes," approved June 30, 1864.
A bill to amend an act reducing internal taxation, 41 2 Mr. Prosser ...........

and for other purposes, approved July 13, 1866.
A bill reducing the income tax payable the present 41 i 2 Mr. Kellogg.......... 353..........

year to 3 per cent., and exempting the sum of

$2,000 therefrom,
A bill to amend the internal revenue laws ......... 41 2 Yr. Platt .............
A bill to amend the revenue laws so as to relieve

Mr. R. R. Butler..
the people residing in the States known as the

insurrectionary States.
A bill relating to criminal proceedings under the 41 2 Mr. Armstrong .......

internal-revenue laws.

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104....

Bill to amend an act reducing red July 13, 1866.

188.............

386........

460....

House of Representatives from the First to the Forty-second Congress, inclusire-Continued.

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

Title of bill.

No. of Congress.

No, of session.

By whom introduced. Page of Journal

671.......

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A bill to provide for the support of the Govern. | 41 | 2 | Mr. Lawrence........ 499........
ment of the United States, for the payment and
redemption of the entire debt, and for the reduc.

tion of the taxes.
A bill relative to the income-tax upon the profits 41 | 2 | Mr. Getz ............ 505........

of building and savings institutions.
A bill to amend an act imposing taxes on distilled 41 2 Mr. A. H. Jones ....... 532........
spirits, tobacco, and for other purposes, approved

July 20, 1868, as subsequently amended.
A bill to amend the laws relative to internal reve. 41 | 2 Mr. Slocum ........, 548........

nue.
A bill in relation to the taxation of banks and their 41 | 2 | Mr. Dawes .......... 582........

shareholders.
A bill to amend section 103 of an act to provide 41 | 2 | Mr. McKenzie ........ 600........

internal revenue to support the Government, to
pay interest on the public debt, and for other
purposes, amended July 13, 1866.
A bill imposing taxes on brandy distilled from ap- 41 2 Mr. Sargent..........

602.......
ples, peaches, and grapes, and regulating the dis-

tillation thereof.
A bill to reduce the taxes of the people of the 41 2 Mr. Paine....

United States.
A bill to reduce and lighten the burdens of taxation 41 2 Mr. Judd ..........
A bill for the relief of the people of the United 41 2 Mr. Sargent ......

States by reducing taxation thereon.
A bill to change and more effectually secure the

Ir. Bennett...

838.......
collection of internal taxes on distilled spirits,
and to provide for the exportation of spirits from
the United States.
A bill to repeal a portion of the act approved April 41 2 Mr. Conner ......... 789........

12, 1866, entitled "An act to amend an act enti.
tled 'An act to support the Government,' ap-
proved March 3, 1865.
A bill imposing a tax on spirits distilled from ap 41 2 Mr. Sargent........
ples, peaches, or grapes exclusively, and to reg.
ulate the distillation thereof.
A bill to red:rce internal taxes, and for other pur 41 2 Mr. Schenck ...... 792, 804, 800, 870
poses,

875, 683, 826,
887, 695, 898
907, 910, 934,
939, 1162, 1163
1189, 1191, 1198,
1211, 1212, 1234,

1255, 1289.
A bill to impose a tax on dogs.

Mr. Reeves ........ 832.
A bill for the reduction of internal taxes........

Mr. Male...

833...
A bill to amend the laws regulating the assessinent

Mr. Welker .......... 893, 1032, 1123,
of taxes in the city of Washington.

1132, 1139, 1169.
A bill to refund taxes erroneously collected........

Mr. Judd .......... 903..........
A bill to construe the revenue laws.....

Mr. Lawrence........

925..............
A bill to amend an act entitled "An act imposing

Mr. Sargent........... 931, 1253........
taxes on distilled spirits and tobacco," approved

June 20, 1868.
A bill to relieve coal from all taxation..

41 2 Mr. Maynard ......... 1001, 1002, 1011...
A bill to organize a department of internal rev.

Mr. Schenck.......... 1065.............
enue, and to regulate the collection of internal
taxes.
A bill to establish a department of revenue ....... 41 Mr. Welker........ 1092.........
A bill for the relief of purchasers of land sold for 41 | 2 Mr. Maynard ... 1208.............

direct taxes in the insurrectionary States.
A bill supplementary to an act to reduce internal

Mr. Hooper ........ 1253...
taxes, and for other purposes.
An act to amend existing laws relating to internal 41 Senate .......... 121,241,1253,1965,1
revenue.

1266, 1301.
An act to relieve public charities from taxation...! 41 ....do .......... 493, 701.
An act for the relief of purchaserg of land sold 41 ..do ...

1214, 1250.......
for direct taxes in the insurrectionary States.

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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.

167, 593, 666, 677,

682.
353....
386............

391, 394, 393, 396..

543........

832........

925.........
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1252..

1062, 1097, 1218.
1224, 1225, 1249.

40...........
257, 311.......

Joint resolution declaratory of the meaning and 41 | 2 Mr. Schenck..........

intention of the law relating to income tax.
Joint resolution increasing the tax on distilled 41 2 Mr. Cowles .........

spirits to ope dollar per gallon.
Joint resolution in relation to the exemption of | 41 | 2 | Mr. Reeves ........
farmers from payment of the special-license tax

imposed on produce-brokers.
Joint resolution to extend the time for withdrawal

Mr. Beck ....
of the distilled spirits now in bond in distillery.

warehouses.
Joint resolution declaratory of the true intent and | 41 2 Mr. Kerr...........
meaning of section 107 of the act entitled "An
act imposing taxes on distilled spirits and to-
bacco, and for other purposes," approved July

20, 1808.
Joint resolution to amend the revenge laws........ 41 | 2 | Mr. Schumaker .......
Joint resolution embodying a system of revenue 41 | 2 | Mr. Cox .............
and expenditure, and for a commission to exam.

ine into questions of taxation.
Joint resolution amending the internal-revenue | 2 Mr. Platt ............

laws.
Joint resolution suspending the operation of sec. | 41 2 Mr. Maynard .........
tion 3 of an act entitled "An act imposing taxes
on distilled spirits and tobacco, and for other

purposes," approved July 20, 1868.
Joint resolution repealing the tax on sales......... 41 2 Mr. Cox.........
Joint resolution to determine the construction of

Senate
an act to provide internal revenue to support
the Government, and for other purposes, ap.

proved June 30, 1864.
A bill to reduce into one act and amend the laws 41 / 3 Mr. Schenck ..........

relating to internal taxes.
A bill to amend an act entitled "An act imposing 41 3 Mr. Sargent..........

taxes ou distilled spirits and tobacco, and for
other purposes."
A bill to repeal the income tax.........

Mr. Hill..
A bill for the repeal of the income tax ....

3 Mr. Kellogg.
A bill to repeal the income tax.....

Mr. Myers.
A bill to reduce internal taxes, and for other pur.

Mr. Townsend ..
poses.
A bill to repeal the income tax....

3 | Mr. Ketcham ......
A bill to repeal the tax on incomes.....

Mr. Morey....
A bill to amend an act entitled "An act to rednce

3 Mr. Hooper .........
internal taxes, and for other purposes," approved

July 14, 1870.
A bill to prevent frauds on the revenue by the im. 41 3 Mr. Kelley...........

proper classification of goods.
A bill for the relief of distillers of brandy from 41 3 | Mr. Johnson .........

grapes only.
A bill to amend section 1 of an act entitled "An 41 3 Mr. Hay ..............

act imposing taxes on distilled spirits and to-
bacco, and for other purposes," approved July

20, 1868.
A bill to repeal all laws and parts of laws imposing 41 3 Mr. Duke.............

a tax upon spirits distilled within the United

States exclusively from fruit.
A bill to amend the internal-revenue laws in rela- | 41 | 3 | Mr. Wells ...........
tion to special licenses applied to State, county,

agricultural, and other fairs.
A bill to repeal the income tax ..

3 Mr. Hooper .........
A bill to increase the internal revenue derived 41 3 Mr. Julian ..........

from lotteries, and for other purposes.
A bill to collect the unpaid direct tax, and for | 41 | 3 Mr. Maynard .....

other purposes.
An act for the relief of purchasers of land sold for | 41. 3 Senate ..............

taxes in the insurrectionary States.
An act to repeal so much of the act approved July 41 3 ....do ...........

14, 1870, entitled "An act to reduce internal
taxes, and for other purposes," as continues the
income tax after the 31st day of December, 1869.

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497, 507.

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