53rd Congress > House > Vote 356

Date: 1895-02-20

Result: 69-203

Vote Subject Matter: Foreign and Defense Policy / Defense Policy Budget

Sponsor: SAYERS, Joseph Draper (D-TX)

Bill number: HR8665

Description: TO RECOMMIT TO THE COMMITTEE ON NAVAL AFFAIRS THE BILL H. R. 8665, A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATION FOR THE NAVAL SERVICE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1896, WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO ELIMINATE SUCH AS AUTHORIZES THE CONSTRUCTION OF THREE, SEAGOING, COAST-LINE BATTLE SHIPS DESIGNED TO CARRY THE HEAVIEST ARMOR AND MOST POWERFUL ORDNANCE UPON A DISPLACEMENT OF ABOUT 10,000 TONS, TO HAVE THE HIGHEST PRACTICABLE SPEED FOR VESSELS OF THEIR CLASS, AND TO COST, EXCLUSIVE OF ARMAMENT, NOT EXCEEDING $4,000,000.00 EACH.

Original source documents: Congressional Record vol. 27-3, p. 2468; House Journal vol. 53-3, p. 144;

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