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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. |

A bill laying duties on stamped vellum, parchment, 3 1 / Mr. William Smith.... 175, 179, 181.

and paper.
A bill laying duties upon carriages for the convey. 3 1....do ........... 179, 182, 184, 202,
apce of persons.

203, 208
A bill laying duties on licenses for selling wines 3 1 ...do ........... 183, 188, 189, 202,
and spirituous liquors by retail.

203, 208.
A bill laying duties on property sold at auction....

185, 189, 190, 20,

209, 211, 216.
A bill supplementary to the several acts imposing 3.2 Mr. Goodhue........ 277, 285, 287, 303,
duties on goods, wares, and merchandise import

305, 306, 308.
ed into the United States, and on the tonnage of
ships and vessels.
A bill supplementary to the act entitled "An act | 3 2 ....do . ...

297, 304, 334, 336,
to provide more effectually for the collection of

338, 341, 343.
the duties imposed by law on goods, wares, and
merchandise imported into the United States,

and on the tonnage of ships or vessels."
A bill for the remission of tonnage-duties on cer. 3 2 Mr. Samuel Smith..... 295, 300, 301, 303,
tain French vessels.

305, 307.
A bill to amend an act laying certain duties upon 3,2 Mr. William Smith.... 320, 340, 341, 348,
snuff and refined sugars.

349, 356, 357,

359.
A bill laying duties on carriages for the convey. 3 | 2 | Mr. Beatty............ 345, 353, 355......

ance of persons, and repealing the former act for
that purpose.
A bill laying dnties on carriages for the convey. 4 1 Mr. New........... 477, 544, 545, 563,
ance of persons, and repealing the former act for

567, 570, 574,
that purpose.

579, 586.
A bill (amendatory) supplementary to the act en. 41 1 Mr. Bourno ......... 561, 564..

titled "An act to alter and amend the act enti.
tled 'An act laying certain duties upon snuff
and refined sugar.
A bill in addition to an act entitled "An act sup. 4 1 Mr. Goodhue.......... 537, 538, 563, 569,
plementary to an act entitled ' an act to provide

571, 574,575,
more effectually for the collection of the duties

579, 583
on goods, wares, and merchandise imported into
the United States, and on the tonnage of ships
or vessels.''
A bill to suspend in part the act entitled “ An act 4 1 Mr. Bourne ...... 566, 591, 592, 593,
to alter and amend the act entitled 'An act laying

594, 595, 599.
certain duties on snuff and refined sugar.'"
A bill for raising a farther sum of money by addi. 4 2 Mr. Harper .......... 707, 703, 709, 716,
tional duties on certain articles imported, and

717, 719, 736,
for other purposes.

730, 732, 739.
A bill to suspend in part the act entitled "An act

Mr. Swanwick ... 709, 721, 723, 732,
to alter and amend the act entitled 'An act laying

735, 741, 744.
certain duties upon snuff and refined sugar,' and
to grant relief in certain cases arising under the
said act."
A bill to suspend in part the operation of an act 5 1 Mr. Otis ............ 31, 32...........

for raising a further sum of money by additional
duties on certain articles imported, and for other
purposes.
A bili laying duties on stamped vellum, parch. 5/ 1 Mr. William Smith.... 36, 53, 56, 59, 60,
ment, and paper.

64, 69, 71, 72
A bill laying duties on licenses for selling wines 5 1 ...do ......... 38, 52, 53, 69, 70,

and foreign distilled spirituous liquors by retail.
A bill laying an additional duty on salt im.

67, 69, 71, 72, 73,
ported into the United States, and for other par.

75.
poses.
A bill to postpone for a limited time the com- 5 2 Mr. Harper ......... 100, 102, 104, 105,
mencement of the duties imposed by an act

106.
laying duties on stamped vellum, parchmeat,

and paper.
A bill to amend an act entitled "An act laying du 5 2 ....do ....

181, 216, 225, 227,
ties on stamped vellum, parchment, and paper."

229, 238.
A bill to repeal an act laying duties on stamped

207, 208, 209...
vellum, parchment, and paper.
A bill further to amend an act laying duties on 5 2 Mr. Samuel Smith.... 385, 387, 389, 393..

stamped vellum, parchment, and paper.
A bill to alter the stamp duties imposed upon for. 5 2 ....do ............ 416, 420, 421, 424
eign bills of exchange and bills of lading by an

425, 126, 457,
act laying duties on stamped vellum, parchment,

458, 460, 492
and paper, and further to amend the same.

499, 504, 506.

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Passed March 7, Passed Mar. 14, Approved Mar. 23,
1798.
1798.

1798.
Passed Feb. 28, Disagreed to
1798.

Feb. 28, 1798.
Passed July 13, Postponed ......

1798.
Passed Feb. 1, Passed Feb. 25, Approved Mar. 1
1799.
1799.

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Amendatory bill

1799.

reported.

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 regulate the collection of duties on im

Mr. Samuel Smith .... 460, 464, 469, 479, ports and tonnage.

481, 509, 511. A bill to allow a drawback of duties on goods ex. 6 1 Mr. Smith .......... 587, 600, 601, 625, ported to New Orleans, and therein to omend

627, 630, 632 an act to regulate the collection of the duties

649, 651, 652 on imports and tonnage.

657. A bill to repeal the act laying duties on mills and 6 1 Mr. Griswold ........ 651, 653, 675, 677, implements employed in the manufacture of

679. snuff. A bill to continue in force an act laying an addi. 6 1 ...do ............. 665, 671, 673, 692, tional duty on salt imported into the United

693, 698, 70L. States, and for other purposes. A bill to lay additional duties on certain articles 6 1 Mr. Harper .......... 703, 704, 714, 716, imported.

718 A bill to continue in force the acts laying duties

Mr. Griswold ..... 748, 749, 762, 764, on license for selling wines and foreign distilled

818, 819, 824, spirits by retail, on property sold at auction, and

825. on carriages for the conveyance of persons. A bill to amend an act to regulate the collection | 61 1Mr. Samuel Smith .... 783, 806, 808, 814, of duties on in ports and tonnage.

E36, 841, 843,

846. A bill to allow a drawback of duties on goods er: 1 71 il....do ................. 64. 74, 76, 84, 85, ported to New Orleans, and therein to amend

86, 88, 121. an act to regulate the collection of duties on

imports and tonnage. A bill to provide for the establishment of certain 17 1 ...do .......

178, 191, 193, 201, dis.ricts, and therein to amend an act to regu.

202, 230, 231. late the collection of duties on imports and ton. nagc. A bill to amend an act to establish the compen.

207, 209, 210, 227, sation of the officers employed in the collection

228, 231. of the duties on imports and tonnige. A bill to allow a drawback of duties on goods ex.

256, 257.... ported to New Orleans, and therein to amend an act to regulate the collection of duties on

imports and tonnage. A bill to provide for the granting of clearances to 7 2 ....do

320, 324, 327, 341, ships or vessels of the United States lying in the

353, 355. river Mississippi, and therein to amend an act to regulate the collection of duties on imports and tonnage. A bill to allow a drawback of duty on sugar re 7 2 ....do ..

339, 379, 381, 392.. fined within the United States. A bill in addition to an act concerning the regis- 7 2 ....do

341, 346, 349, 375, tering and recording of ships and vessels of the

379, 381, 382 United States, and to an act to regulate the col.

lection of imports and tonnage. A bill to repeal an act to allow a drawback of

1 | Mr. Randolph... 441, 443, 444, 454, duties on goods exported to New Orleans, and

45. therein to amend an act to regulate the collec.

tion of duties on imports and tonnage. A bill to extend the time for making the oath re.

1 Mr. Mitchell ..

501, 515, G64...... quired in cases of goods, wares, and merchandise exported and entitled to drawback, and therein to amend an act to regulate the collection of

dutics on imports and tonnage. A bill to allow drawbacks of duties on goods, 18i ....do ........... 502, 513, 593, 596, wares, and merchandise transported by land, in

604, 606, 611, 614. the cases therein mentioned. An act in addition to an act for the pupishment 18 i Senate......... 529, 679, 680, 686, of certain crimes against the United States.

688, 689, 691. (For violation of revenue laws. A bill laying a duty on slaves imported into the | 8 1 Mr. Randolph ........

United States. A bill for imposing more specific duties on the im. 81 1 ...do ......... 633, 634, 667, 668, portation of certain articles, and also for lerying

692, 693, 695. and collecting light-money on foreign ships or

vessels. A bill repealing an act for laying and collecting 8 2 Mr. Crowninshield.... 25, 28, 29, 30, 50, duties on imports and tonnage within the terri.

56, 58, 73, 76, 77, tory ceded to the United States by the treaty of

79. 30th April, 1803, between the United States and the French Republic, and for other purposes. A will supplementary to the act entitled "An act

6, 75, 76, 105, 106, to regulate the collection of duties on imports

142, 146, 148, 149. and tonpage."

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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.

A bill declaring the consent of Congress to an act 8 2 Mr. Lowndes.........

of the State of South Carolina, passed on the
21st day of December, 1804, 80 far as relates to
antborizing the city council of Charleston to
impose and collect a duty on tonnage of vessels

from foreign ports.
An act to amend an act entitled "An act for im.

Sepate.....

86, 87, 92, 98, 99,
posing more specific duties on the importation

163, 164, 169, 170,
of certain articles, and also for levying and col-

172
lecting light-money on foreign sbips or vessels,
and for other purposes."
A bill declaring the consent of Congress to an act 9 1 Mr. Marion ......... 229, 247, 265, 266,
of the State of South Carolina, passed on the

332, 345, 348, 351.
21st day of December, 1804, so far as relates to
authorizing the city council of Charleston to
impose and collect a duty on tonnage of vessels

from foreign ports.
A bill laying a duty on slaves imported into any 9 1 Mr. Sloan ......... 248, 260, 262, 264,
of the United States.

276, 287, 294,

305, 309, 338.
A bill declaring the consent of Congress to an act | 9 | 1 Yr. Crowninshield.... 248, 272, 273, 296,
of the State of Pennsylvania, entitled "An act

297, 306, 307.
to empower the board of wardens for the port of
· Philadelphia to collect a certain duty on toppage

for the purposes therein mentioned."
A bill to prohibit the importation of certain goods, 9 | 1 Mr. Mumford ......... 330, 339, 344, 394,
wares, and merchandise.

398, 405, 408.
A bill to amend, in the cases therein mentioned, 9 1 Mr. Crowninshield .... 338, 368, 374, 175,
the act to regulate the collection of duties on

406, 421, 24,
imports and tonnage.

426.
A bisl laying a duty on copper, therein described 9 1 :..do ..

362..
A bill repealing the acts laying duties on salt and 9 i Mr. Randolph

393, 394, 395, 419,
continuin og in force for a further time the first

422, 424125,
section of tbe act entitled "An act to protect

426.
the commerce and seamen of the United States
against the Barbary powers." (Title amended

by striking out "relating to duty on salt.")
An act to prohibit the importation of slaves into

Senate.......

557, 575, 579, 81,
any port or place within the jurisdiction of the

583, 503, 592,
United States, from and after the year 1808.

594, 610, 613,
614, 623, 638

640.
A bill to suspend the operation of an act entitled | 9 2 Mr. Randolph ....... 472, 473, 474, 476,
"An act to prohibit the importation of certain

482, 483, 486,
goods, wares, and merchandise, and to remit

488, 493, 495.
penalties incurred under the same.
A bill repealing the act laying duties on salt, and 9 2 ....do .................

516, 521, 525, 610,
continuing in force, for a further time, the first

611, 612, 615.
section of an act further to protect the commerce
and seamen of the United States against the

Barbary powers.
A bill supplementary to the act, entitled "An act 9 2 Mr. Early............ 585.........

to prohibit the importation of certain goods,
wares, and mercbudise."
A bill to amend and explain the act entitled "An 9 2 Mr. Randolph........

616..........
act to probibit the importation of slaves into
any port or place witbin the jurisdiction of the
United States, from and after the 1st day of

January, 1808."
A bill repealing the acts layisg duties on salt, add 9 2 Mr. Fisk .......... 625, 628, 629, 630.
continuing in force, for a further time, the first

631, 632, 614,
section of the act entitled "An act further to i

645, 647, 648.
protect the commerce and seamen of the United
States against tho Barbary powers.'

bill remitting duties on monument in memory 101 i. Yr. Campbell ........ 58, 120, 193, 194,
of naval otiicers who fell before Tripoli.

196, 213, 214,
219, 221, 224,

225.
A bill snpplementary to act of 18th April, 1806. 101 Mr. Newton .......... 69, 172, 173, 129,
prohibiting importation of certain goods from

190, 193, 194,
Great Britain.

201.
A bill to allow the importation of copper free of 10 i ......do ........... 145, 179, 181, 199,
daty.

205, 208.
A bill to amend an act for laying and collecting 10 , 1 , Mr. Campbell. ...... 177...

duties on imports and tonnage in Louisiana.

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