47th Congress > House > Vote 201

Date: 1882-06-27

Result: 58-127

Vote Subject Matter: Government Management / Budget General Interest

Sponsor: SPRINGER, William McKendree (D-IL)

Bill number: HR5538

Description: TO RECOMMIT TO THE COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS H.R. 5538, A BILL REDUCING INTERNAL REVENUE TAXATION, WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO REPORT A BILL REPEALING ALL INTERNAL REVENUE LAWS, AND ABOLISHING ALL INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICES, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE SECTION PLACING A 10% TAX ON CIRCULATING NOTES AND LAWS ON DISTILLED SPIRITS; AND REORGANIZING MOST EFFICIENTLY AND ECONOMICALLY, THE SYSTEM OF TAX COLLECTION ON DISTILLED SPIRITS. (P. 5415-1)

Original source documents: Congressional Record vol. 13-6, p. 5415; House Journal vol. 47-1, p. 154;

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