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

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An act for fanding the national debt and for the 40 2 Senate........... 1074, 1082, 1093, conversion of the notes of the United States.

1096, 1098, 1099, 1100, 1103, 1107, 1134, 1136, 1143, 1152, 1174, 1176,

1205, 1209, 1216. An act further to amend an act entitled "An act

241, 307.. to provide a national currency secured by a pledge of United States bonds, and to provide for the circulation and redemption thereof," ap

proved June 3, 1864. An act supplementary to an act entitled "An act

881, 1177... to provide a national currency secured by a pledge of United States bonds, and to provide for the circnlation and redemption thereof," ap

proved June 3, 1864. an act to provide for a further issue of temporary

1099, 1149, 1160, loan-certificates for the purpose of redeeming

1167, 1200. and retiring the remainder of the outstanding

compound interest notes.
Joint resolution to prevent further contraction of 40 2 Mr. Eggleston ....... 39.....

the currency, and the further conversion of the
currency of the United States into bonds, the in.

terest or principal of wbich is payable in gold. Joint resolution to repeal the act which author: 40 2 Mr. Bingham .......

izes the Secretary of the Treasury to retire and

cancel Upited States notes. Joint resolution to prevent any further contrac. 40 2 Mr. Miller ..........

tion of the currency. Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of the 40 2 Mr. Broomall .......

Treasury to use $4,000,000 in green backs per month to procure bonds and destroy the same. Joint resolution providing for the ainendment of 40 | 2 | Mr. Van Trump ......!

section 30 of an act entitled "An act to provide
a national currency secured by a pledge of
United States bonds, and to provide for the cir.

culation and redemption thereof."
Joint resolution to amend an act authorizing the 40 2 | Mr. W. Williams...... 88, 190...
issue of national currency, and for other pur-

poses, approved February 25, 1863.
Joint resolution in relation to legal-tender notes... 40 2 | Mr. Brooks ...........
Joint resolution to authorize the issue of 40 | 2 | Mr. W. Williams......

$140,000,000 of legal-tender notes to supply the deficiency in the currency caused by the cancel. lation of legal-tender and compound-interest

notes. Joint resolution declaring it inexpedient to have, 2 Mr. Miller ..........

at this time, any change or reduction of the

banking circulation,
Joint resolution providing for the taxation of 2 Mr. Logan ........... 345.........

United States bonds.
Joint resolution relative to State taxation of United

Mr. W. Lawrence.... 358............
States bonds.
A bill for the coinage of nickel.copper pieces of 3 Mr. Kelley........... 444, 445, 446......

five cents and under. A bill to provide for the gradual resumption of 3 Mr. Lynch........ 67, 152, 201, 213, specie payment.

215, 218. A bill to provide against undue expansions and 40 3 ....do ............

contractions of the currency.
A bill to give uniformity to the currency.......... 40 3 Mr. Maynard ........ 14 ...
A bill to prohibit the sale of coin in behalf of the

Mr. Ingersoll ....
United States, and to provide for the redemp.
tion of the United States legal-tender notes in
coin at par..
A bill to regulate the value of United States legal. | 40 | 3 Mr. Broomall .........

tender notes, and to provide for their redemp. tion. A bill supplementary to an act entitled “ An act 40 3 Mr. Ingersoll.......... to provide a national currency secured by a pledge of United States bonds, and to provide for the circulation and redemption thereof," approved June 3, 1864, and for other purposes. A bill to legalize gold contructs..... ........ | 40 | 3 | Mr. Garfield .........

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

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No. of Congress.
No. of session.

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Page of Journal

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A bill to authorize gold contracts on the bases of 40 Mr. Kelley.......... 132............

the relative value of gold and United States notes.
A bill to authorize the issue of a national currency, 40 3 Mr. B. F. Butler ....... 142, 146.....

to assure its stability and elasticity, lessen the
interest on the public debt, and reduce the rate
of interest.
A bill providing for the issue of United States

Mr. Poland.
bonds, for retiring United States notes, and for a

free system of national banking.
A bill to prevent loaning money upon United States

Mr. Barnes..
legal-tender potes.
A bill to strengthen the public credit, and relating 40 3 Mr. Schenck ....... 182, 188, 412, 419,
to contracts for the payment of coin.

432, 436, 439, 479,
490, 492, 479, 521,

522, 523
A bill to diminish the fluctuations in gold, and to 40 3 Mr. Griswold....

provide for a return to specie-payment.
A bill to regulate the method of converting gold 40 3 Mr. Judd .......... 244.........

into currency, and for other purposes.
A bill supplementary to an act entitled "An act to 40 3 Mr. Ingersoll.........

245........
provide a national currency secured by a pledge
of United States bonds, and to provide for the
circulation and redemption thereof," approved

June 3, 1864, and for other purposes.
A bill providing for the exchange of gold for United 40 3 Mr. Barnes ......... 295.........

States demand-notes, and to prevent the sale of

gold.
A bill to prevent loaning money apon United States 403 ....do .............. 343, 360, 368, 375,
notes.

404.
A bill supplementary to an act entitled "An act to 40 3 Mr. C. Hubbard...... 346......
provide a national currency secured by a pledge
of United States bonds, and to provide for the
circulation and redemption thereof," approved

June 3. 1864, and for other purposes.
A will supplemental to an act entitled " An act to | 40 | 3 | Mr. B. F. Butler....... 347......

provide a national currency secured by a pledge
of United States bonds, and to provide for the
circulation and redemption thereof," approved

June 3, 1864.
A bill to amend the laws relating to banking, to 40 3 Mr. Tift

415....
regulate the currency, to provide a sinking-fund
for the payment of the public debt, and for other

purposes.
An act supplementary to an act entitled "An act 40 3 Senate ....

343, 360, 363, 370,
to provide a national currency secured by a

375, 385, 424
pledge of United States bonds, and to provide

439, 502, 550.
for the circulation and redemption thereof," ap-

proved June 3, 1864.
An act to amend an act entitled "An act to pro. 40 3 ....do ...

127, 504, 520, 556..
vide a national currency secured by a pledge
of United States bonds, and to provide for the
circulation and redemption thereof," by extend.

ing certain penalties to accessories.
Joint resolution declaring that the principal of all 40 3 Mr. Miller ......... 54......

bonds of the United States shall be paid in coin.
Joint resolution directing the Secretary of the 40 3 Mr. Kellogg ........ 166.........

Treasury to sell no more gold-bonds at present.
Joint resolution directing the Secretary of the 40 3 Mr. Niblack ........

Treasury to sell 88,000,000 of the surplus coin
now in the Treasury of the United States.
A bill for the coinage of nickel-copper pieces of 41 1 Mr. Kelley ............ 22, 54, 56 ........

fire cents and under.
A bill to strengthen the public credit.............. . 41 | 1 | Mr. Schonek .......... 31, 34, 54, 56,71, 80.
A bill to regulate the method of converting gold | 41 | 1 Mr. W. Lawrence....

into currency, and for other purposes.
A bill relating to gold contracts...

41) 1 Mr. Schenck ..........

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A bill supplementary to an act entitled "An act to 41 1 Mr. Coburn .......... 41.....

provide a national currency secured by a pledge +
of United States bonds, and to provide for the
circulation and redemption thereof," approved
June 3, 1864.

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