61st Congress > House > Vote 116

Date: 1910-06-07

Result: 159-163

Vote Subject Matter: Government Management / Regulation General Interest

Sponsor: LENROOT, Irvine Luther (R-WI)

Bill number: HR17536

Description: ON CONCURRING IN SENATE AMENDMENT WITH AN AMENDMENT TO THE COMMERCE COURTS BILL H.R. 17536 (36 STAT 539, 6/18/1910), CREATING COMMERCE COURTS AND AMENDING THE ACT REGULATING COMMERCE, THE AMENDMENT BEING, THAT THIS ACT SHALL TAKE EFFECT AND BE IN FORCE FROM AND AFTER THE EXPIRATION OF 60 DAYS FROM THE PASSAGE OF SAME, EXCEPT SECTION 9, WHICH SHALL BE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UPON PASSAGE OF THE BILL. (P. 7576)

Original source documents: Congressional Record vol. 45-7, p. 7577; House Journal vol. 61-2, p. 745;

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