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

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397 Favorable ...... Passed April 10, Amended and approved May 16,

1866.

passed May 10, 1806.
1860.

Committee on the

Judiciary. Committee on Uni.

form System of Coinage, Weights

and Measures. Com. on Ways and

Means.
Com. on Banking

and Currency. Com. on Banking

and Currency.

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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 bill to amend an act entitled "An act to provide 39

a national currency secured by pledge of United
States bonds, and to provide for the circulation
and redemption thereof."
A bill to punish certain crimes in relation to the 39

public securities and currency, and for other par.
poses.
A bill to amend an act entitled "An act to provide 39

a national currency secured by a pledge of
United States bonds, and to provide for the cir.
culation and redemption thereof," and for other

purposes.
A bill to provide a true national currency, and to
provide for the collection and disbursement of
tbe revenue and the liquidation of the national

debt, and for other purposes.
A bill to authorize the issue of Treasury-notes not

bearing interest, to be used in providing a sink.
ing.fund for the extinguishment of the pational
debt.
A bill to authorize the issue of Treasury.notes not 39
bearing interest, to be used in providing a sink.
ing-fund for the extinguisbment of the national
debt.
A bill to provide for the resumption of specie pay. 39

ments.
A bill to provide against undue expansion and con. 39

traction of the currency.
A bill to provide ways and means for the payment 39

of compound interest notes.

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Joint resolution suspending the cancellation or re- | 39 | 2 | Mr. Hill ........

tirement of legal-tender Treasury-notes for the
term of two years.
Joint resolution to repeal the law requiring the re- 39

Ross...
tirement of $4,000,000 per month, legal-tender

Treasury-notes.
Joint resolution to suspend certain statutes re.

Mr. Bund
quiring the retirement of United States notes.
An act to provide for the payment of compound-

Senate .............
interest notes
A bill to authorize the issue of Treasury-notes not 40

Randall........
bearing interest, to be used in providing a sink-
ing-fund for the extinguishment of the national
debt.
A bill to suspend an act or so much of an act en. 40 i Mr. Williams........

titled "An act to amend an act to provide waysand
means to support the Government," approved
April 12, 1866, as authorizes the Secretary of the
Treasury to cancel four millions or legal.tenders
per month.
A bill to amend "An act to provide a national cur. | 40 1 Mr. Hooper ..........

rency secured by a pledge of United States bonds,
and to provide for the circulation and redemp.

tion thereof," and for other purposes.
A bill to provide for a reserve of gold in the Treas. 40 1 Mr. Morrell...........

ury of the United States.
A bíll relative to the reduction of the currency .... Mr. W. Lawrence...
A bill to abolish national banks, redeeming th 1 Mr. Noell ............
bank-notes with legal-tenders, and making legal-

tender notes receivable for duties on imports.
A bill making legal-tender notes receivable for | 1 ...do ...............

duties op imports.
A bill to prohibit further reduction of the car. 40 1 Mr. Ingersoll ........

rency.
A bill to amend an act entitled "An act to provide 40 1 Mr. Perham ...

a national currency secured by a pledge of Uni.
ted States bonds, and to provide for the circu.
lation and redemption thereof," approved June

3, 1864.
A bill to amend section 41 of an act to provide a 40 i Mr. Poland .........

national currency, passed June 3, 1864.

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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.

281..

39......

reney.

61.......

A bill pledging the faith of the United States to 40 1 Mr. Eliot ........... 259........

the payment in coin of certain public securities
known as five-twenty bonds.
A bill to fix the value of legal-tender notes and to

Mr. Broomall ........
provide for their redemption.
A bill to provide for the taxing of all that species 40 i Mr. Hunter..........
of currency known as greenbacks, compound-in-
terest Dotes, and national currency, by tbe vari.
ous States and Territories of the United States
as other personal property therein is taxed, and

for other purposes.
Joint resolution to prevent the further contraction | 40 i Mr. Eggleston ........ 259...
of the currency, and the further conversion of
the currency of the United States into bonds, the

interest or principal of which is payable in gold.
Joint resolution to repeal an act which anthorizes 11 Mr. Bingham ......

the Secretary of the Treasury to retire and cancel
United States notes.
Joint resolution to prevent any further contrac- | 40 | i Mr. Miller..........

tion of the currency.
A bill to suspend an act or so much thereof of an

Mr. Williams .......
act entitled "An act to amend an act to provide
ways and means to support the Government,”
approved April 12, 1866, as authorizes the Secre.
tary of the Treasury to cancel five million legal-
tenders per month.
A bill to prohibit further reduction of the cur. 40 2 Mr. Ingersoll ......... 39........
A bill to suspend further reduction of the cur. | 40 2 Mr. Schenck

39, 54, 55, 198, 901,
rency.

205, 214, 224, 22,

238, 306.
A bill to provide for the resumption of specie pay. 40 2 Mr. Lynch.........

ment.
A bill to provide against undue expansions and 40 2 ....do ............

contractions of the currency.
A bill to prevent depreciating the currency........ Mr. Hooper ......
A bill for the resumption of specie payment........

2 Mr. Hubbard .....
A bill to provide for the redemption of legal-tender 40! Mr. Broomall ...

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notes.
A bill to establish a uniform currency, provide for

Mr. Cary ........
the management and liquidation of the national
debt, and for other purposes.
A bill to amend an act entitled "An act to provide a | 40 2 Mr. Cook ............. 246.....
national currercy secured by a pledge of United
States stocks, and to provide for the circulation
and redemption thereof," approved Feb. 25, 1863.
A bill making all purchases, sales, or conversions 40 2 Mr. Randall .........
of United States loans and bonds open to public

competition.
A bill authorizing an additional issuo of legal. 40 2 Mr. Ingersoll ........
tender notes to the amount of $45,000,000, and for

other purposes.
A bill to regulate the national currency, and for 40 2 M. Buckland........

other purposes.
A bill in relation to the taxation of United States 40 2 Mr. Loughridge......

288.....
notes, Treasury notes, national currency, and
fractional notes, for State and municipal pur-
poses,
A bill for retiring United States notes and for a 40 2 Mr. Poland .......... 322, 334....

free system of national banking.
A bill to provide for a gradual return to specie

2 Mr. Garfield ........ 322.........
payment.
A bill to authorize gold contracts.......

...do ..............

322..........
A bill establishing a uniform system of small coins.

Mr. Kelley........

246.......

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287.....

380...

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573.........

A bih to amend the act to provide a national cur. | 40 | 2

rency.
A bill for the coinage of nickel-copper pieces of 40 Mr. Kelley ............

five cents and under.
A bill to provide for the gradual resumption of 40 2 Mr. Lynch ............
specie payment.

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

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Favorable ...... Passed Dec. 7, Amended and Not returned with-

1868

passed Jan. 16, in ten days.

1863.

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