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interest at the time of the payment thereof by Hays, Heflin, Holman, Ingersoll, Johnson, Alexander H. the Treasurer of the United States.

Jones, Kerr, Knott, Lewis, Logan, Marshall, Mayham,

McCormick, McNeely. Milnes, Jesse H. Moore, Morgan, Which was disagreed to-yeas 46, nays 135, Morrissey, "Niblack, Orth P'tter, Randall. Reeves, Rice, as follow:

Sargent, Lionel A. Sheldon, Sherrod, Joseph S. Smith, Yeas-Messrs. Adams, Axtell, Ayer, Beck, Biggs, Bird, len, Wells, Whitmore, Eugene M. Wilson, John T. Wil

Stiles, Stokes, Strader, Sweeney, Trimble, Tyner, Van AuBooker, Burr, Cleveland, Crebs, Dickinson, Dox, Farnsworth, Getz, Gibson, Hambleton, Hamill, Heflin, Holman, son, Winchester, Witcher, Wood, Woodward78. Johnson, Kerr, Knott, Lewis, McCormick, Mc Veely, Milnes, Arnell, Asper, Atwood, Ayer. Bailey, Banks, Barry, Bea

N1YsMessrs. Allison, Ambler, Ames, Armstrong, Morgan, Morrissey, Niblack, Potter, Randall, Reeves, Rice, man, Beatty, Bennett, Benton, Bingham. Blair, Bowen, Ridgway Sherrod, Stiles, Stone, Strader, Sweeney, Trimble, Boyd, George M. Brooks, Buffinton, Burchard, Burdett, Van Auken, Eugene M. Wilson, Winchester, Witcher, Wood, Roderick R. Butler, Sidney Clarke, Conger, Covode, Woodward-46. Nays—Messrs. Allison, Ambler, Ames, Armstrong, riss, Finkelnburg, Fisher, Garfield, Gilfillan, Hale, Har

Cowles, Davis, Dawes, Degener, Donley, Duval, FerArnell, Asper, Atwood, Bailey, Banks, Barry, Beaman, ris, 'Hawley, Hill, Hoar, Hooper, Hotchkiss, Jenckes, Beatty, Benjamin, Benton, Bingham, Blair, Boyd, Judd, Kelley, Kellogg, Kelsey, Knapp, Laflin, Lash, George M. Brooks, James Brooks, Buffinton, Burchard, Lawrence, Loughridge, Lynch, Maynard, McCarthy, Burdett, Benjamin F. Butler, Roderick R. Butler, Wil. McCrary, 'McGrew, McKenzie, Mercur, Eliakim H. liam T. Clark, Sidney Clarke, Coburn, Cook, Conger, Co- Moore, William Moore, Morphis, Daniel J. Morrell, vode, Cowles, Cullom, Davis, Dawes, Degener, Dockery, Samuel P. Morrill, Myers, Negley, Newsham, O'Neill, Donley, Duval, Dyer, Ferriss, Finkelnburg, Fisher, Packard, Parker, 'Paine, Peck, Perce, Peters, Phelps, Fitch, Garfield, Gilfillan, Haight, Hale, Hamilton, Har Platt, Pomeroy, Porter, Roots, Sawyer, Schenck, Schuris, Hawkins, Hawley, Bay, Hill, Hoar, Hooper, Hotch-maker, Scofield,' Porter Sheldon, Slocum, John A. Smith, kiss, Ingersoll, Jenckes, Alexander H. Jones, Judd, William J. Smith, Worthington C. Smith, William Kelley, Kellogg, Kelsey, Ketcham, Knapp, Laflin, Laslı, Smyth, Starkweather, Stevenson, Stoughton, StrickLawrence, Logan, Loughridge, Lynch, Maynard, Mc- land, strong, Tanner, Taylor, Tillman, Townsend, Carthy, McCrary, McGrew, McKenzie, Mercur, Eliakim Twichell, Upson, Ward, William B. Washburn, Weiker, H. Moore, Jesse H. Moore, William Moore, Morphis, Wheeler, Wilkinson, Willard, Williams, Winans-lll. Daniel J. Morrell, Samuel P. Morrill, Myers, Negley, Newsham, O'Neill, Orth, Packard, Packer, Paine, Peck, June 6–Mr. Schenck moved to amend by Perce, Peters, Phelps, Pomeroy, Prosser, Roots, Sargent, Sawyer, Schenck, Schumaker, Scofield, Lionel A. adding a new section, being a condensation of Sheldon, Porter Sheldon, Slocum, John A. Smith, Wil- the tariff bill formerly reported to the House by liam J. Smith, Worthington C. Smith, William Smyth, the Committee of Ways and Means, and fixing Starkweather, Stevenson, Stokes, Stoughton, Strickland, Strong, Taffe, Tanner, Taylor, Tillman Town: the tariff, among other things, on téa at 15 cents send, Twichell, Tyner, Upson, Van Horn, Wallace, per pound; coffee, 3 cents per pound; sugar, raw, Ward, William 'B. Washburn, Welker, Wheeler, Whit- | 2 cents per pound, clarified 2 cents per pound, more, Wilkinson, Willard, Williams, John T. Wilson, and refined 4 cents per pound; on pig iron $7 Winans-135.

Mr. McCarthy moved to strike out all the sec- per ton; on steel railway bars 1} cents per pound, tions relating to income tax ; which was disagreed and on all railway bars made in part of steel 11 to-yeas 61, nays 122, as follow:

cents per pound: Provided, That metal con

verted, cast, or made from iron by the Bessamer YEAS-Messrs. Archer, Aztell, Bennett, Biggs, Bird, or pneumatic process, of whatever form or deBowen, Buffinton, Burr, Cleveland, Covode, Cowles, Crebs, Davis, Dickinson, Fitch, Fix, Garfield, Getz, scription, shall be classed as steel; on nickel 40 Haight, Hamill, Hill, Hooper, Hotchkiss, Jenckes, cents per pound. Johnson, Kelley, Kellogg, Ketcham, Laflin, I.ynch, Which was agreed to-yeas 137, nays 44, as Mayham, McCarthy, Milnes, Jesse H. Moore,' William Moore, Daniel J. Morrell, Morrissey, Myers, Negley,

follow : Newsham, Niblack, O'Neill, Paine, Potter, Randall, Yeas-Messrs. Adams, Allison, Ambler, Ames, ArmReeves, Ridgway, Sargent, Schumaker, Slocum, Joseph S. strong, Arnell, Atwood, Ayer, Bailey, Banks, Beaman, Smith, Stark weather, Stevenson, Stiles. Strong, Swann, Beatty, Bennett, Benton, Bingham, Blair, Boles, Booker, Taylor, Trimble, Twichell, Upson, Wood—61.

Bowen, Boyd, George M. Brooks, Butlinton, Burchard, ÑAYS— Messrs. Allison, Ambler, Armstrong, Arnell, Burdett. Roderick R. Butler, Cake, Cessna, Churchill, Asper, Atwood, Baily, Barry, Beaman, Beatty. Beck, William T. Clark, Sidney Clarke, Amasa Cobb, Cook, Benjamin, Benton, Bingham, Blair, Boles, Booker, Conger, Covode, Cowles, Cullom, Davis, Dawes, DeBoyd, Geo. M. Brooks, Burchard, Burdett, Roderick R. gener, Dickey, Donley, Duval, Dyer. Ela, Farnsworth, Butler, William T. Clark, Sidney Clarke, Amasa Cobb, Ferriss, Finkelnburg, Fisher, Garfield, Giliillan, Hale, Coburn, Cook, Conger, Cullom, Dawes, Degener, Hamilton, Harris, Hawkins, Hawley, Hay, Hill, Hoar, Dockery, Donley, Dox, Duval, Dyer. Ela, Eldridge, Hooper, Hotchkiss, Ingersoll, Alexander II. Jones, Kel. Farnsworth, Ferriss, Finkelnburg, Fisher, Gi'ison, ley, Kellogg, Ketcham, Knapp, Knott, Laflin, Lash, Gilfillan, Hale, Hambleton, Hamilton, Hawkins. Haw- Lawrence, Loughridge, Lynch, Maynard, McCrary, ley, Hay, Hays, Heflin, Hoar, Holman, Ingersoll, Alex- McGrew, Mck'enzie, Mercur, Milnes, Eliakim H. Moore, ander il. Jones, Judd, Kelsey, Kerr. Knapp, K'nott, Jesse H. Moore, William Moore, Morphis, Daniel J. Lash, Lawrence, Lewis, Logan, Loughridge, Marshall, Morrell, Samuel P. Morrill, Myers, Negley, O'Neill, Orth, Maynard, McCormick, McCrary, McGrew, Mck'enzie, Packard, Packer, Peck, Perce, Peters, Phelps, Platt, McNeely, Mercur, Eliakim H. Moore, Morgan, Morphis, Poland, Pomeroy, Rice, Roots, Sanford, Sawyer, Samuel P. Morrill, Orth, Packard, Packer, Peck, Schenck, Scofield, Porter Sheldon, John A. Smith, Perce, Peters, Phelps, Platt, Pomeroy, Porter, Prosser, William J. Smith, Worthington (. Smith, William Rice, Roots, Sawyer, Schenck, Scofield, Lionel A. Shel- Smyth, Stark weather, Stevenson, Stokes, Store, Stoughdon, Porter Sheldon, John A. Smith, William J. Smith, ton, Strick land, Strong, Taffe, Tanner, Taylor, Tillman, Worthington C. Smith, William Smyth, Stokes, Stone, Townsend, Trim'le, Twiciell, Tyner, Upson, Van Stoughton, Strickland, Sweeney, Taffe, Tanner, Tillman, Wyck, Wara, William B. Washburn, Welker, Wheeler, Townsend, Tyner, Van Auken, Wallace, Ward, William Whitmore, Wilkinson, Willard, Williams, Winans, B. Washburn, Wheeler, Whitmore, Willard, Williams, Witcher, Woodward137. John T. Wilson, Winans, Witcher, Woodward122. NAT3-Messrs. Artell, Benjamin, Biggs, Bird, James

Brooks. Buck, Burr, Benjamin F. Butler, Conner, Cox, Mr. Beck moved to amend by levying a tax of Crebs, Dox, Eldridje, Fox, Getz, Griswold, Hu yht, Haldefive per cent. on the interest or coupons of all man, Hamill, Hetin, Holman, Kerr, Lewis, Marshall, Maybonds or evidences of debt, including United ham. Ne Neely, Morgan, Nibluck, Potter, Randall, Reeves,

Ridgway, Rogers, Schumaker, , States bonds; which was disagreed to-yeas 78, Strader, Swann, Sweeney, Van Trump, Wells, Winchester, nays 111, as follow:

Wood-44. Yeas-Messrs. Adams, Archer, Axtell, Beck, Benjamin,

Mr. Schenck also offered as an amendment Biggs, Bird, Booker, James Brooks, Burr, Benjamin F. another section, enlarging the free list, which, Dickinson, Dockery, Dox, Dyer, Ela, Eldridge, Farns- decrease the revenue from the tariff about $20,Butler, Cleveland, Amasa Cobb, Coburn, Crebs, Cullom, together with the tariff section, he stated, would Worth, Firch, Fox, Getz, Gibson, Griswold, Haight, Haldeman, Hambleton, Hamill, Hamilton, Hawkins,'Hay, 1000,000. He also stated that the tax bill as amended in the House would decrease the reve- States, the same being hereby imposed as a tax nue from internal taxes about $15,000,000. upon the property represented by the bonds here

This section was then agreed to, and the bill tofore issued under the laws of the United States. passed-yeas 152, nays 35, as follow:

Which was disagreed to-yeas 12, nays 36, as Yeas-Messrs. Adams, Allison, Ambler, Ames, Arm- follow: strong, Arnell, Atwood, Axtell, Ayer, Bailey, Banks, Beaman, Beatty, Benjamin, Bennett, Benton, Bing ilton of Maryland, McCreery, Pratt, Spencer, Sprague,

YEAS-Messrs. Bayard, Casserly, Davis, Fowler, Hamham, Blair, Boles, Booker, Bowen, Boyd, George M. Stockton, Thurman, Vickers-12. Brooks, Buck, Buffinton, Burchard, Burdett, Roderick

NAYS-Messrs. Anthony, Boreman, Chandler, Cor. R. Butler, Cake, Cessna, Churchill, William T. Clark, bett. Cragin, Drake, Edmunds, Fenton, Gilbert, IIamSidney Clarke, Amasa Cobb, Coburn, Cook, Conger, lin, Harlan, Ilarris, Howe, Howell, McDonald, Morrill Covode, Cowles, Crebs, Cullom, Dawes, Degener, of Maine, Morrill of Vermont, Morton, Nye, Osborn, Dickey, Donley, Duval, Dyer, Ela, Farnsworth. Fer- Pomeroy, Ramsey, Revels, Rice, Sawyer, Schurz, Scott, riss, Finkelnburg, Fisher, Fitch, Garfield, Gilfillan, Sherman. Sumner, Thayer, Tipton, Trumbull, Warner, Hale, Ilamilton, Harris, Hawkins, Hawley, Hay, Hill, Willey, Williams, Wilson-36. Hoar, Hooper, Hotchkiss, Ingersoll, Kelley, Kellogg, Ketcha!, Knapp, Knotl, Laflin, Lash, Lawrence, Lewis, Mr. Thurman moved to insert the following: Logan, Loughridge. Lynch, Maynard, McCarthy, McCormick, McCrary, McKee, McKenzie, Mercur, Milnes, Elia

SEC.—That there shall be levied and collected, kim H. Moore, Jesse 11. Moore, William Moore Mor- in the manner hereinafter specified, a tax of five phis, Daniel J. Morrell, Samuel P., Morrill, lyers, per cent. upon the income of every person reNegley, Newsham, O'Neill, Orth, Packard, Packer, Paine, Peck, Perce, Peters, Phelps, Platt, Poland. Pom: siding in the United States, and of every citizen eroy, Pro-ser, Rice, Rogers, Roots, Sanford, Sargent, of the United States residing abroad, derived Sawyer, Schenck, Scofield. Lionel A. Sheldon, Porter from interest on the bonds of the United States; Sheldon, John A. Smith, William J. Smith, Worthing. said tax to be collected by withholding the ton C. Smith, William Smyth, Stark weather, Stevenson, Stokes, Stoughton, Strickland, Strong, Taffe, Ton- same in the payment of such interest. ner, Taylor, Tillman, Townsend, Trimble, Twichell, Which was disagreed to-yeas 11, nays 35, Tyner, Upson, Van Horn, Van Wyck, llard, William B. Washburn, Welker, Wells Wheeler, Whitmore, Wilkin: as follow: son, Willard, Williains, John T. Wilson, Winaus, Witcher, Yeas-Messrs. Bayard, Casserly, Davis, Fenton, HamWoodward-152.

ilton of Maryland, McCreery, Pratt, Sprague, Stochton, Nays-Messrs. Bird, James Brooks, Burr, Conner, Cox, Thurman, Vickers-11. Dox, Eldrvige, Fox, Getz, Griswold, Haight, Haldeman, Nays-Messrs. Anthony, Boreman, Chandler, CorHamill, Hays, lletlin, Holman, Jolinson, Kerr, Muynum, bett, Cragin, Drake, Edmunds, Fowler, Gilbert, IlamMcNeely, Morgan, Morrissey, Niblack, Potter, Randall, lin, Harris, IIowe, Lewis, Je Donald, Morrill of Maine, Reeves, Ridgwony, Shrrrod. Slocum, Stiles, Stone, Swann, Van Morrill of Vermont, Morton, Osborn, Patterson, PomeTrump, Winchester, Wood—35.

roy, Reyels, Robertson, Ross, Sawyer, Schurz, Scott, IN SENATE.

Sherman, Stewart, Sumner. Tipton, Trumbull, Warner,

Willey, Williams, Wilson-35. 1870, June 24—Mr. Conkling moved to strike out the 35th section, being that relating to the that it should read:

Mr. Wilson moved to amend section 35, so income tax; which was agreed to-yeas 34, nays

That during the years 1871 and 1872, and no 23, as follow:

longer, there shall be levied and collected anYEAS-Messrs. Abbott, Ames, Anthony, Bayard, Buckingham, Cameron, Carpenter, Casserly, Cole, Conkling, nually a tax of two and a half

per Corbett, Davis, Fenton, Ferry, Fowler, Gilbert, Ilamil- the gains, profits, and income of every person ton of Maryland, Harris, Johnston, Kellogg, MicCreery, residing in the United States, &c. McDonald, Osborn, Pomeroy, Robertson, Saulsbury,

Which was disagreed to-yeas 23, nays 28, as Scott, Stewart, Sumner, Thurman, Trumbull, Vickers, Wilson, Yates-31.

follow : Nays—Messi's. Boreman, Brownlow, Chandler, Drake,

YEAS-Messrs. Abbott, Boreman, Cragin, Hamlin, Hamlin, Harlan, Howard, Howe, Howell, Morrill of Harlan, Howe, Howell, Morrill of Maine, Morrill of Maine, Morrill of Vermont, Morton, Pratt, Ramsey, Vermont, Morton, Patterson, Pratt, Ramsey, Rice, Rice, Ross, Schurz, Sherman, Sprague, Thayer, War- Ross, Schurz, Sherman, Spencer, Sprague, Tipton, ner, Willey, Williams-23.

Warner, Willey, Wilson-23. June 29- The bill having been reported to the NAY8-Messrs. Anthony, Bayard, Cameron, Casserly, Senate, Mr. Hamilton, of Maryland, moved to Cole. Corbett. Davis, Edmunds, Fenton, Fowler, Gil

bert, Hamilton of Maryland, Ilarris, Kellogg, Lewis, amend by adding the following:

McCreery, McDonald, Nye, Osborn, levels, Robertson, SEC. That hereafter there shall be annually Scott, Stewart, Slockton, Sumner, Thurman, Trumbull,

Vickers-28. deducted and withheld by the Treasurer of the United States five per cent. of all moneys paya- The amendment as agreed to in committee of ble as interest upon the public debt of the United the whole, striking out all the sections relating States, the same being hereby imposed as a tax to income tax, was agreed to-yeas 26, nays 22, upon the property represented by the bonds here as follow: tofore issued under the laws of the United States.

YBAS-Messrs, Anthony, Bayard, Casserly, Cole, Cor. Which was disagreed to--yeas 11, nays 25, as bett, Daris, Edmunds, Fenton, Fowler, Gilbert, 'Hamfollow:

ilton of Maryland, Harris, Kellogg, McCreery, McDonald,

Osborn, Revels, Robertson, Stewart, Stockton, YEAs-Messrs. Casserly, Fenton, Fowler, Hamilton of Sumner, Thurman, Trumbull, Vickers, Wilson-26. Maryland, DicCreery, Pratt, Rice, Ross, Sprague, Thur- Nays-Messrs. Abbott, Boreman, Cragin, Drake, man, Vickers-11.

Hamlin. Ilarlan, Ilowe, Ilowell. Morrill of Maine, MorNays, Jessrs. Anthony, Boreman, Cattell, Cole, Cra- rill of Vermont, Morton, Patterson. Pratt, Ramsey, gin, Gilbert, Hamlin, Harlan, Harris, Howe, Howell, Ross, Schurz, Sherman,' Spencer, Sprague, Tipton, McDonald, Morrill of Maine, Morrill of Vermont, Pom- Warner, Willey-22. eroy, Ramsey. Sawyer, Schurz, Scott, Sherman, Stew

Mr. Sherman moved to strike out the words art, Sumner, Willey, Williams, Wilson–25.

July 1–Mr. Bayard moved to amend by in- gross receipts” from an amendment adopted by serting the following:

the committee of the whole, whereby that tax SEC. —. That hereafter there shall be annually

on gross receipts was abolished; which was disdeducted and withheld by the Treasurer of the agreed to--yeas 25, nays 25, as follow: United States five per cent of all moneys paya, Corbett, Edmunds, Fenton, Fowler, Gilbert, Ilarlan

YEAS—Messrs. Anthony, Bayard, Boreman, Casserly, ble as interest upon the public debt of the United Lewis, McDonald, Morrill of Maine, Morrill of Vermont;

cent. upon

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Nye, Pratt, Ramsey, Schurz, Scott, Sherman, Sprague, YEAS-Messrs. Anthony, Boreman, Carpenter, ChandStewart, Thayer, Warner, Willey-25.

ler, Cole, Conkling, Corbett, Cragin, Drake, Edmunds, NAYS—Messrs. Cameron, Cole. Cragin, Davis, Drake, Fenton, Gilbert, 1 amilton of Texas, Hamlin, Harlan, Hamilton of Maryland, Hamlin, Harris, Howe, Howell, Howe, Howell, Kellogg, McDonald, Morrill of Vera Kellogg, McCreery, Osborn, Patterson, Pomeroy, Rob- mont, Morton, Nye, Patterson, Pool, Ramsey, Rice, ertson, Ross, Spencer, Stockton, Sumner, Thurman, Robertson, Ross, Sawyer, Schurz, Scott, Sherman, Trumbull, Vickers, Williams, Wilson-25.

Spencer, Sprague, Stewart, Stockton, Thayer, Thurman, Mr. Edmunds moved to reconsider the vote by Trumbull, Warner, Willey, Williams, Wilson-43. which the income tax was stricken out; which ris, McCreery, Saulsbury, Vickers—6.

Nays— Messrs. Bayard, Hamilton of Maryland, Harwas agreed to-yeas 26, nays 25, as follow:

In House. Yeas-Messrs. Abbott, Anthony, ('ragin, Drake, Ed

July 9—The bill having been returned from
munds, llamlin, Harlan, Howe, Howell, Morrill of
Maine, Morrill of Vermout, Nye, Patterson, Pool, Pratt, the Senate with amendments,
Ramsey, Rice, Schurz, Sherman, Spencer, Sprague, Mr. Davis moved to suspend the rules and
Tipton, Warner, Willey, Williams, Wilson-26.

NAYS–Messrs. Duyard, Cameron, Casserly, Corbett, strike out the income tax, which was disagreed
Davis, Fenton, Gilbert, Hamilton of Maryland, Harris, to-yeas 67, nays 117, as follow:
Johnston, Kellogg, Lewis, McCreery, McDonald, Pome- YEAS-Messrs. Ambler, Ames, Archer, Axtell, Banks,
roy, Revels, Robertson, Ross, Scott, Stewart, Stockton, Barnum, Bennett, Biggs, Bird, James Brooks, Bufiinton,
Sumner, Thurman, Trumbull, Vickers--25.

Burr, Benjamin F. Butler, Calkin, Covode. Cowles, Cox, Mr. Wilson's amendment was then agreed to- Davis, Dickinson, Dixon, Fitch, Garfield, Getz, Gilfillan,

Griswold, Iaight, Hill, Hooper, Jenckes, Judd, Kelley, yeas 27, nays 21, as follow:

Kellogg, Ketcham, Lynch, Maylam, McCarthy, Mc YEAS—Messrs. Abbott, Anthony, Chandler, Cragin, Kenzie, Dilnes, William Moore, Daniel J. Morreil, Mor. Drake, Edmunds, Hamlin, Harlan, Howell, Horrill of rissey, Myers, Negley, Niblack, O'Neill. Paine, Potter, Maine, Morrill of Vermont, Patterson, Pomeroy, Pool, Randall, Reeves, Rogers, Sargent, Schumaker, Scofield, Pratt, Ramsey, Rice, Ross, Schurz, Sherman, Spencer, Slocum, Joseph S Smith, Starkweather. Stevenson, Stiles, Thayer, Tipton, Warner, Willey, Williams, Wilson–27. Stone, Strong, Swann, Trimble, Twichell, Upson, Van

NĂYS—Messrs. Bayard, Casserly, Corbett, Davis, Fen- Wyck, Winchester, Wood--07. ton, Gilbert, Hamilton of Maryland, Harris, Howe, John- Nys-- Messrs Adams, Allison, Arnell. Asper, Atwood, ston, McCreery, McDonald, Revels, Robertson, Scott, Ayer, Bailey, Beatty, Benjamin, Benton, Bingham, Stewart, Stockton, Sumner, Thurman, Trumbull, Vickers Blair, Boles, Booker, Boyd, George M. Brooks, Buck, -21.

Buckley, Burchard, Roderick R Butler, Cake, ChurchThe question then recurring on the amend- il!, Sidney Clarke, Amasa Cobb, Coburn, Conger, Conment to strike out all concerning the income tax, Douley, Duval, Dyer, Ela, Farnsworth, Ferriss, Ferry, it was disagreed to-yeas 22, nays 26, as follow: Finkelnburg, Fisher, Ilale, Jamilton, Ilarris. Hawkins,

Ilawley, Ilay, Iloar, Ingersoll, Thomas L. Joncs, Kelsey, Yeas-Messrs. Bayard, Casserly, Corbett, Fenton, Gil

Knott, Lash, Lawrence, Lewis, Logan, Loughridge, bert, Hamilton of Maryland, Harris, Johnston, Kellogg, Marshall, Maynard. McCormich, MeCrary, McGrew, Lewis, McCreery, McDonald, Osborn, Pomeroy, Robert- Mekee, McNecly, Mercur, Eliakim II. Noore, Mor son, Scott, Stewart, Stockton, Sumner, Thurman, Trum-phis, Orth, Packard, Packer, Palmer, Peck, Perce, bull, Vickers-22. NAYS—Messrs. Abbott, Anthony, Chandler, Cragin, Sawyer, Schenck, Shanks, Lionel A. Sheldon, Porter

Phelps, Poland, Porter, Prosser, Rice, Roots. Sanford, Drake, Edmunds, Hamlin, Harlan, Howe, Howell, Mor Sheldon, Shrrol, John A. Smith, Worthington C. Smith, rill of Maine, Morrill of Vermont, Patterson, Pool. Pratt, Williain Smyth, Stevens Stokes, Stouchton, Strickland, Ramsey, Rice, Ross, Schurz, Sherman, Spencer, Tipton, Sweeney, Tafe, Tanner, Tillman, Townsend, Tyner, Warner, Willey, Williams, Wilson—26.

Van Auken, Van llorn, Ward. Cadwalader C. Washburn, July 5—Mr. Conkling moved to add as follows: William B. Washburn Welker, Wells. Wheeler, WhitThat no such income tax shall be levied or col- John T. Wilson, Winans, Woodward—117.

more. Wilkinson, Willard Williams, Eugene M. Wilson, lected until by act of Congress it shall be here- The amendment of the Senate abolishing all after so directed.

special taxes was agreed to-yeas 107, nays 73, Mr. Edmunds moved to amend this as follows:

as follow: And all provisions of law providing for the

YEAS-Messrs. Adams, Allison, Archer, Ayer, Barnum, assessment and collection of taxes on gross re- Beatty, Beck, Biggs, Bird, Boyd, Buck, Buckley, Bur: ceipts are hereby continued until the further chard, Burr

, Benjamin F. Butler, William T. Clark, Sidaction of Congress.

ney Clarke, ' oburn, Cook. Comer, Cor, Crebs, Cullom,

Darrall, Davis. Dawes, Dickinson. Donley, Fitch, GarWhich was disagreed to-yeas 18, nays 33, as field. Getz, Gilfillan, Griswold, Ilaight, Halleman, Hale, follow:

Ilamilton, Harris, llawley. Hay, Hlays, IIcflin. Ingersoll, Yeas-Messrs. Anthony, Bayard. Boreman, Cole, Cor- Lawrence, Lewis, Logan, Lynch, Darshall, McCormick,

Jolinson, Thimus L. Jones, Judd, Kellogg. Kerr, Knott, bett, Drake, Edmunds, Fenton, Gilbert, Ilarlan, Mor- McCrary, 'McKenzie, McNeely, Mereur, Milnos. Jesse H. rill 'of Vermont, Nye, Ramsey, Shurz, Scott, Sherman, Moore. William Moore, Morgan, Mungen, Myers, Niblacle, Stewart, Wilson-18. Nars-Messrs. Carpenter, Chandler, Conkling, Cra- Potter, Repres, Rice, Rogers, Sargent, Sawyer, Schumaker,

O'Neill, Orth, Packard, Packer, Paine, Perce, Poland, gin, Fowler, Hamilton of Maryland, Ilamilton of Texas, Scofield, Shanks, Lionel A. Sheldon, Sherrod, Slocum, Hamlin, Harris, Howe, Johnston. Kellogg, McCreery, John A. Smith, Joseph S. Smith, Worthington C. Smith, Morton, Patterson. Pomeroy, Pool, Revels, Rice, Rob- Stevenson, Siiles, Slone, Swann, Sweeney, Trimlle. Twichertson, Ross, Suulsbury, Sawyer, Spencer, Sprague, ell, Tyner, Van Auken, Van Horn, Cadwalader C. Wash. Stockton, Sumner, Thurman, Trumbull, Vickers, Warner, barn, Wells, Williams, Eugene M. Wilson, Winans, WinWilley, Williams-33.

chester, Wind, Woodward-107. Mr. Conkling's amendment was then disagreed

Nars-Messrs. Ambler, Ames, Armstrong, Arnell, to-yeas 26, nays 26, as follow:

Asper, Atwood, Bailey, Barry, Benjamin, Bennett, Ben.

ton, Bingham, Blair, Boles, Booker, George M. Brooks, YEAS-Messrs. Bayard, Carpenter, Cole, Conkling, Buffinton, Burdett. Roderick R. Butler. Cake, Conger, Corbett, Fenton, Fowler, Gilbert, Hamilton of Mary Duval, Dyer, Ela, Farnsworth, Ferriss, Ferry, Finkelnland, Harris, Johnston, Kellogg, McCreery, McDonald, burg, Fisher, Hawkins, Hill, Ilooper. Kelley, Kelsey, Pomeroy, Revels, Robertson, Saulslury. Scott. Stewart, Ketcham, Knapp, Lash, Loughridge, Maynard, McCarStockton, Sumner, Thurman, Trumbull, Vickers, Wilson- thy, McGrew, Eliakim H. Moore, Morphis. Daniel J. 26.

Morrell, Negley, Palmer, Peck, Platt, Porter, Roots, NAYS-Messrs. Anthony, Boreman, Chandler, Cragin, Sanford, Schenck, William J. Smith, William Smyth, Drake, Edmunds, Hamilton of Texas, Hamlin, Harlan, Stevens, Stokes, Stoughton, Strickland, Taffe, Taylor, Howe, Howell, Morrill of Vermont, Morton, Nye, Pat- Tillman, Townsend, Upson, Van Wyck, Wallace, Ward, terson, Pool, Ramsey, Rice, Ross, Sawyer, Schurz, William B. Washburn, Welker, Wheeler, Whitmore, Sherman, Spencer, Warner, Willey, Williams-26. Wilkinson, Willard, John T. Wilson-73.

The bill was then passed-yeas 43, nays 6, as The Senate amendment fixing the income tax follow:

at 22 per cent. instead of 3 was agreed to.


The Senate amendments on Bessemer steel, | Kellogg, Kelsey, Ketcham, Knapp, Laflin, Lash, Lawreducing the rate on steel bars from 1 cents per thy, McCrary, McGrew, dicKenzie, Mereur, Milnes, Elia

rence, Logan, Loughridge, Lynch, Maynard, McCar. pound to 1ļ, and on rails made partly of steel kim H. Moore, Jesse H. Moore, William Moore, Nor from 14 cents to 1 cent, were agreed to—the lat- phis, Daniel. J. Morrell, Myers, Negley, O'Neill, Orth, ter without a division; the former, yeas 99, nays Phelps, Poland, 'Porter, Prosser, Rice, Rogers, Roots,

Packard, Packer, Paine, Palmer, Peck, Perce, Peters, 72, as follow:

Sargent, Sawyer, Schenck, Scofield, Shanks, Lionel A YEA8-Messrs. Adams, Allison, Archer, Asper, Ayer, Sheldon, Porter Sheldon, John A. Smith, William J. Beatty, Beck, Benjamin, Biggs, Bird, James Brooks, Buck Smith, Worthington C. Smith, William Smyth, Stevens, ley, Burr, Benjamin F. Butler, Sidney Clarke, Coburn, Stevenson, Stokes, Stoughton, Strickland, Taffe, Tan. Cook, Cox, Crebs. Cullom, Darrall, Dickinson, Eldridge, ner, Taylor, Tillman, Townsend Trimble, Twichell, Farnsworth, Finkelnburg, Fitch, Garfield, 'Geiz, GrisTyner, Upson, Van Horn, Van Wyck, Ward, Cadwala. wold, Haight, Haldeman, Ilale, Harris, Hawkins, llawley, der c. Washburn, William B. Washburn, Welker, Hay, Hays, Heflin. Ingersoll, Johnson, Thomas L. Jones,

Wheeler, Whitmore, Wilkinson, Willard, Williams, Judd, Kerr, Ket ham, Knott, Lewis, Logan, Loughridge, John T. Wilson-144. Lynch, Marshall, Mayham, McCormick, McCrary, Mcken

NaYs - Messrs. Adams, Archer. Asper, Beck, Biggs, Bird, zie, Mc Neely, Eliakim H. Moore, Jesse II. Moore, Mor. James Brooks, Burr, Cleveland, Cox, Crebs, Dickinson, Eldgan, Mungen, Niblack, Orth, Packard, Paine, Potter, ridge, Fox, Getz, Griswold, Haight, Haldeman, Hambleton, Reeves, Rice, Rogers. Sargent, Schumaker, Shank's, Lionel Hays, Holman, Johnson, Thomus L. Jones, Kerr, Knott, A. Sheldon, Sherrod. Slocum, Joseph S. Smith, Worthing. Lewis, Marshall, Mayham, McNeely, Morgan, Niblack, Potter, ton C. Smith. William Smyth, stevenson, Stiles, Stone, Randall, Reeves, Schumaker, Sherrod, Slocum, Joseph S. Stoughton, Strong, Swann, Swiener, Taffe, Trimble, Smith, Stiles, Stone, Swann, Sweeney, Van Auken. Voorhees, Twichell, Tyner, Vin Aulen, Van Wyck, Voorhees, Cad

Wells, Eugene M. Wilson, Winchester, Wood, Woodward_49. walader C. Washburn, Wells, Wilkinson, Williams, Eugene M. Wilson, Winans, Winchester, Wood, Woodward mittee, Mr. Schenck made the following statement

In submitting the report of the conference comNays-Messrs. Ambler, Ames, Armstrong, Arnell, At- as to the reduction of taxes made by the bill: wood, Bailey, Barry, Benton, Bingham, Blair, Buffinton, Roderick R. Butler, Cake, Churchill, Amasa Cobh: fiscal year ending the 30th of June, 1869, which

“Calculated upon the basis of the receipts of the Conger, Covode, Cowles, Davis. Dawes, Donley, Duval, Ferriss, Ferry, Fisher, Gilfillan, Hill Hoar, Hooper, was at that time the only complete report we Kelley, Kellogg, Kelsey, Knapp, Lash, Maynard, Mc- had before us, I made out by a close analysis of Carthy, McGrew, Mercur, William Moore Morphis

, the bill, and as accurate a calculation as I could Daniel J. Morrell, Myers, Negley, O'Neill, Packer, Peck, Perce, Phelps, Porter, Prosser, Sanford, Sawyer, furnish to the House, a reduction of the internal Schenck, Scofield, Porter Sheldon, John A. Smith, Ste- taxes to the amount of $15,000,000, and of imvens, Stokes, Strickland, Tanner, Taylor, Tillman, Townsend, Upson, Wallace, Ward willian B. Wash port duties to the amount of $20,000,000, making burn, Welker, Wheeler, Whitmore, Willard, John T. in the aggregate $65,000,000. After the bill had Wilson--72.

passed the House, however, and before any action A committee of conference appointed, consist- upon it or change made by the Senate, the coming of Senators Sherman, Morrill of Vermont, plete returns of internal revenue, but not of imand Hamilton of Maryland, and Representatives ports, were obtained for the year ending the 30th Schenck, Kelley, and James Brooks.

June, 1870, and the increase has been such that IN SENATE, May 13, 1870.

trying the bill by that standard it was found The report of the conference committee was with those for last year was $50,000,000, and of

that the reduction of internal taxes as compared agreed to without a division.

import duties $27,000,000, making a reduction of In House, July 13, 1870.

$77,000,000, in the aggregate. By the striking YEAS-Messrs. Allison, Ambler, Ames, Armstrong, off of some other taxes, including an additional Arnell, Atwood, Axtell. Ayer, Bailey, Barnum, Beatty, deduction from the income tax, the tax on passBenjamin, Bennett, Benton, Bingham, Blair, Boles, Booker, Boyd, George M. Brooks, Buck, Buckley, Buf- ports, and various other matters, I do not hesitate finton, Burchard, Burdett, Benjamin F. Butler. Rod- to say that the reduction by this bill, compared erick 'R. Butler, Cake, Cessna, Churchill, William T. with the receipts of last year, will be to the Clark, Sidney Clarke, Amasa Cobb, Coburn, Conger, Covode, Cowirs. Cullom, Davis, Dawes, Dickey, Dixon, people of this country an alleviation of the Donley, Duval, Ela, Farnsworth, Ferriss, Ferry, Fink- burdens of taxation from these two quarters, the elnburg, Fitch, Garfield, Gilfillan, Hamilton, Harris, internal taxes and import duties, of over $80,000,Hawkins, Hawley, Hay, Heflin, Hill, Hoar, Hooper, Hotchkiss, Ingersoll, Jepckes, Judd, Julian, Kelley,




AN ACT to promote the Reconstruction of the dated June 25, 1868, to appear on some day cerState of Georgia.

tain, to be named in said proclamation, at AtBe it enacted, &c., That the governor of the lanta, in said State; and thereupon the said State of Georgia be, and hereby is, authorized general assembly of said State shall proceed to and directed, forth with, by proclamation, to sum- perfect its organization in conformity with the mon all persons elected to the general assembly Constitution and laws of the United States, acof said State, as appears by the proclamation of cording to the provisions of this act. George G. Meade, the general commanding the SEC. 2. That when the members so elected to military district including the State of Georgia, said Senate and House of Representatives shall be convened, as aforesaid, each and every member Sec. 5. That if any person shall, by force, and each and every person claiming to be elected violence, or fraud, willfully hinder or interrupt as a member of said senate or house of repre- any person or persons elected as aforesaid from sentatives shall, in addition to taking the oath taking either of the oaths or affirmations preor oaths required by the constitution of Georgia, scribed by this act, or from participating in the also take and subscribe and file in the office of i proceedings of said Senate or House of Reprethe secretary of state of the State of Georgia one sentatives, after having taken one of said oaths of the following oaths or affirmations, namely: or affirmations, and otherwise complied with this “I do solemnly swear (or affirm, as the case may act, he shall be deemed guilty of a felony, and be) that I have never held the office, or exer- may be tried, convicted, and punished therefor cised the duties of, a Senator or Representative by the circuit or district court of the United in Congress, nor been a member of the legislature States for the district of Georgia in which disof any State of the United States, nor held any trict said offense shall be committed; and shall civil office created by law for the administration be punished therefor by imprisonment at hard of any general law of a State, or for the admin- labor for not less than two nor more than ten istration of justice in any State or under the laws years, in the discretion of the court; and the jurisof the United States, nor held any office in the diction of said courts shall be sole and exclusive military or naval service of the United States for the purpose aforesaid. and thereafter engaged in insurrection or rebel- Sec. 6. That it is hereby declared that the exlion against the United States, or gave aid or clusion of any person or persons elected as aforecomfort to its enemies, or rendered, except in said, and being otherwise qualified, from particonsequence of direct physical force, any support cipation in the proceedings of said Senate or or aid to any insurrection or rebellion against House of Representatives, upon the ground of the United States, nor held any office under, or race, color, or previous condition of servitude, given any support to, any government of any would be illegal and revolutionary, and is herekind organized or acting in hostility to the Uni- by prohibited. ted States, or levying war against the United Sec. 7. That upon the application of the GovStates : so help me God, (or on the pains and ernor of Georgia, the President of the United penalties of perjury, as the case may be;") or States shall employ such military or naval forces the following oath or affirmation, namely: "I do of the United States as may be necessary to ensolemnly swear (or affirm, as the case may be) force and execute the preceding provisions of this that I have been relieved by an act of the Con- act. gress of the United States from disability as pro- SEC. 8. That the Legislature shall ratify the vided for by section three of the XIVth Amend- XVth Amendment proposed to the Constitution ment to the Constitution of the United States : of the United States before Senators and Represo help me God, (or on the pains and penalties sentatives from Georgia are admitted to seats in of perjury, as the case may be.") Which oath or : Congress. fiffirmation, when so filed, shall be entered of Approved December 22, 1869. record by the secretary of state of the State of The final votes on this act were as follow: Georgia, and said oath or affirmation, or a copy

IN SENATE, December 17, 1869. of the record thereof, duly certified by said secre

YEAS—Messrs. Abbott, Anthony, Brownlow, Bucktary of state, shall be evidence in all courts and ingham, Carpenter, Cattell, Chandler, Cole, Conkling, places. And every person claiming to be so Corbett, Cragin, Drake, Edmunds, l'enton, Gilbert, elected, who shall refuse or decline or neglect or

Hamlin, Harlan, Harris, Howard, Kellogg, McDonald, be unable to take one of said oaths or affirma- Osborn, Patterson, Pomeroy, Pratt, Ramsey, Rice,

Morrill of Maine, Morrill of Vermont, Morton, Nye, tions above provided, shall not be admitted to a Robertson, Ros, Sawyer, Schurz, Scott, Sherman, seat in said Senate or House of Representatives, Spencer, stewart, Samner, Thayer, Warner, Willey,

, Wilsonor to a participation in the proceedings thereof,

Nays-Messrs. Bryard, Casserlı, Davis, Fowler, Wilbut shall be deemed ineligible to such seats. liam T. Hamilton, Saulsbury, Stockton, Thurman, Vick

Sec. 3. That if any person claiming to be ers—9. elected to said Senate or House of Representa

In House, December 21, 1869. tives, as aforesaid, shall falsely take either of YEAS—Messrs. Allison, Ambler, Armstrong, Arnell, said oatlıs or affirmations above provided, he Asper, Bailey, Beaman, Beatty, Benjamin, Bennett, shall be deemed guilty of perjury, and shall suf- Beaton, Boles. Bowen, Boyd. George ii. Brooks, Buck, fer the pains and penalties thereof; and may be Butler, Roderick R. Butler, Cessna, Amasa Cobb, Cotrier, convicted, and punished therefor by the burn, Cook. Conger, Cullom, Dawes, Deweese, Dickey, circuit court of the United States for the district Dixon, Donley, Duval, Ela, Ferriss. Ferry, Finkelnburg,

Fisher, Fitch, Garfield, Hale, Hannilton, Hawley, Hay, of Georgia in which district said crime was com- Heaton, Hill, Hoar, Solo:non L. Hoge, Hooper, Hotch mitted; and the jurisdiction of said court shall kiss, Inger-oll, Jenckes, Alexander H. Jones, Judd, be sole and exclusive for the purpose aforesaid.

Kelley, Kellogg, Kelsey, Knapp. Lash, Lawrence,

Logan, Loughridge Maynard, McCarthy, McCrary, SEC. 4. That the persons elected, as aforesaid, McGrew, Mercur, Eliakim II. Moore, Jesse H. Moore, and entitled to compose such legislature, and William Moore, Daniel J. Morrell, Samuel P. Morrill, who shall comply with the provisions of this act, Myers, Negley, O'Neill, Orth, Packard, Packer, Paine, by taking one of the oaths or affirmations above Roots, Sanford, Sargent, Sawyer, Schenck, Scofield, prescribed, shall thereupon proceed, in said Sen- Shanks, Lionel A. Sheldon, Porter Sheldon, John A. ate and House of Representatives to which they limithinWilliam Smith, Worthington C. Smith, Wilhave been elected respectively, to reorganize said | Stoughton, Strickland, Strong, Taffe, Tanner, TownsSenate and House of Representatives, respect- end. Twichell, Tyner, Upson, Van Horn, Cadwalader ively, by the election and qualification of the Wasl bwrn: Welker Wheeler, B. F. Whittemore, Wil

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kinson, William Williams, John T. Wilson, Winansproper officers of each house.


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