53rd Congress > House > Vote 342

Date: 1895-01-29

Result: 239-31

Vote Subject Matter: Government Management / Regulation Special Interest

Bill number: HR8310

Description: TO PASS H. R. 8310, A BILL TO AMEND AN ACT ENTITLED, "AN ACT TO REDUCE TAXATION; TO PROVIDE REVENUE FOR THE GOVERNMENT", WHICH TOOK EFFECT 8/28/1894, BY REPEALING THE SECTION OR CLAUSE WHICH DECLARES THAT UPON ALL SUGAR IMPORTED FROM ANY COUNTRY OR THE PRODUCT OF ANY COUNTRY OR THE EXPORT THEREOF, THERE SHALL BE IMPOSED A DUTY OF 1/10 OF ONE PER CENT PER POUND IN ADDITION TO THE ORDINARY CUSTOM DUTY IMPOSED ON ALL SUGARS NO MATTER FROM WHAT COUNTRY THEY MAY COME. (P.1716-2)

Original source documents: Congressional Record vol. 27-2, p. 1518B; House Journal vol. 53-3, p. 92;

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