Statutes of the United States Relating to Revenue, Commerce, Navigation, and the Currency: To which are Prefixed the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution

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Little, Brown,, 1868 - 960 páginas
 

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March 1 Collection
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Aug
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May 16 Duties on Live Animals imported
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Feb 11 1800 Mitigation and Remission of Forfeitures
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Dec 23 1817 Abolition of Internal Duties
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Receipts
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Jan 22 1867 Appropriation of Internal Revenue in certain Territories to the erection
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June 7 Collection of Direct Taxes in insurrectionary Districts
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June
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March 3 1855 Form of Bullion for Coinage and Salaries of certain Clerks
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March 3 1865 Coinage of ThreeCent Pieces c
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July 21 1841 Act authorizing a Loan not exceeding 12000000
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Aug 10 Provision for the Payment of the Evidences of Public Debt in certain
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June 14 1858 Act to authorize a Loan not exceeding 20000000
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March 2 Act to provide for the Payment of Outstanding Treasury Notes c
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Feb 12 1862 Act to authorize an additional Issue of United States Notes
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July 11 1862 Act authorizing an additional Issue of United States Notes c
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8 Act to punish and prevent the Counterfeiting of Coin
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April 2 1844 Administering of the Oath required by Section 3 of the Act of March
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Feb 5 1867 Act to punish certain Crimes
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March 3 1851 Superintendents of Lights
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July 4 Discriminating Duties
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March 3 Charge for casting Silver into Disão tr and Size and Devices of Coins
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Aug 4 1854 Extension of the Limit for Annual Salary of Clerks in the Mint
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13 Fall River District
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