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President's Positions on 14th House Roll Call Votes


Vote#Description (Highlights are coding aids) asc / dscBill/ResPres "Vote"Pres NotesReps. 
h14v4TO PASS A BILL FOR REGULATING THE COMMERCE BETWEEN THE TERRITORIES OF THE U.S., AND BRITAIN ACCORDING TO A CONVENTION, CONCLUDED JULY 3, 1815. (P. 674)HR1Yea vote
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h14v10TO PASS THE BILL TO CONTINUE IN FORCE THE ACT FOR IMPOSING ADDITIONAL DUTIES UPON ALL GOODS, WARES AND MERCHANDISE, IMPORTED FROM ANY FOREIGN PORT OR PLACE. (P. 744)HR1Yea vote
Signed Feb. 5, 1816
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h14v11TO PASS A BILL (2/1/1816), CONTINUING IN FORCE CERTAIN ACTS LAYING DUTIES ON BANK NOTES, REFINED SUGAR AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (P. 746)HR1Yea vote
Signed Feb. 1, 1816
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h14v26TO PASS THE BILL MAKING AN APPROPRIATION OF $1,065,224 FOR THE ORDNANCE AND ORDNANCE STORES FOR 1816. (P. 978)HR1Yea vote
Signed March 18, 1816
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h14v27CANADA, BUT ACCORDING TO RANK IN OUR SERVICE. (P. 1032) TO CONCUR IN THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE, BEING THE AMENDMENTS OF THE COMMITTEE TO A BILL FOR THE RELIEF OF CERTAIN CANADIAN VOLUNTEERS OF THE LATE WAR WITH GREAT BRITAIN, WHOHR1Yea vote
Signed March 5, 1816
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h14v28TO PASS A BILL GRANTING BOUNTIES IN LAND AND 3 MONTHS EXTRA PAY ACCORDING TO RANK IN THE U.S. ARMY TO CERTAIN CANADIAN VOLUNTEERS. (P. 1048)HR1Yea vote
Signed March 5, 1816
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h14v29TO CONCUR WITH THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE IN STRIKING OUT A SECTION OF THE BILL MAKING FURTHER PROVISIONS FOR MILITARY SERVICES DURING THE LATE WAR WHICH SECTION PROVIDES THAT DONATIONS OF LAND BE GRANTED TO ALL OFFICERS OF THE REGULAR ARMY WHOHR1Yea vote
Signed April 16, 1816
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h14v35TO PASS THE BILL, (3/19/1816), CHANGING THE MODE OF COMPENSATION TO THE MEMBERS OF CONGRESS FROM $6.00 PER DAY TO $1,500 ANNUALLY. (P. 1188)HR1Yea vote
Signed March 19, 1816
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h14v40TO PASS THE BILL RELATING TO THE NATIONAL BANK. (P. 1219)HR1Yea vote
Y, 140008
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h14v43TO PASS THE BILL, (4/9/1816), TO ABOLISH THE EXISTING DUTIES ON SPIRITS DISTILLED WITHIN THE U.S. AND TO LAY OTHER DUTIES IN LIEU OF THOSE AT PRESENT IMPOSED ON LICENSES TO DISTILLERS OF SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS. (P. 1233)HR1Yea vote
Signed April 19, 1816
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h14v44TO PASS A BILL, (4/25/1816), TO ORGANIZE A GENERAL STAFF FOR THE ARMY, AND MAKING FURTHER PROVISIONS THEREFOR. (P. 1250)HR1Yea vote
Y, 140004
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h14v45TO PASS AN ACT, (4/18/1816), TO ENABLE THE PEOPLE OF THE INDIANA TERRITORY TO FORM A CONSTITUTION AND STATE GOVERNMENT AND FOR THE ADMISSION OF SUCH STATE INTO THE UNION ON AN EQUAL FOOTING WITH THE ORIGINAL STATES. (P. 1300)HR1Yea vote
Signed April 19, 1816
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h14v47TO CONCUR IN A SENATE AMENDMENT TO THE BILL IN ADDITION TO AN ACT TO REGULATE THE POST OFFICE, WHICH AMENDMENT EXTENDS ADDITIONAL 30 DAYS FRANKING PRIVILEGE TO CONGRESS PREVIOUS TO EACH SESSION, THE MEMBERS TO PAY THE EXCESS ON EACH PACKET EXCEHR1Yea vote
Signed April 9, 1816
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h14v60TO PASS THE TARIFF BILL. (P. 1352)HR1Yea vote
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h14v63TO PASS A BILL, (4/30/1816E, INCREASING THE SALARY OF THE CLERK OF THE HOUSE AND THE COMPENSATION OF THE SUBORDINATE CLERKS 20% FOR EXTRA DUTY IN BRINGING UP OLD ARREARS OF BUSINESS. (P. 1378)HR1Yea vote
Signed April 30, 1816
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h14v70TO CONCUR IN THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO THE TARIFF BILL, WHICH AMENDMENT INCREASES THE DUTY ON IMPORTED BROWN SUGAR FROM 2 AND 1/2 TO 3 PER POUND. (P. 1438)HR1Yea vote
107-3 STAT, 310, 4/27/1816
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h14v72TO PASS THE RESOLUTION PROVIDING THAT ALL DUTIES, TAXES, IMPOSTS AND EXCISES LAID OR IMPOSED BY THE GOVERNMENT BE UNIFORM THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY AND BE RECEIVED IN LEGAL CURRENCY OF THE U.S. OR IN TREASURY NOTES OR IN NOTES OF THE BANK OF THE UHR1Yea vote
Y, 140009
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h14v75TO AMEND THE ACT AUTHORIZING THE PAYMENT FOR PROPERTY LOST, CAPTURED OR DESTROYED BY THE ENEMY, WHILE IN THE MILITARY SERVICE OF THE U.S., WHICH AMENDMENT CONTINUES TO RECOGNIZE AND PAY THE CLAIMS OF THE PEOPLE ON THE NIAGARA FRONTIER BY RETAINHR1Yea vote
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h14v76OF THE TREASURY, AND THAT IN ALL CASES UNDER THE REMAINING SECTIONS THE DECISIONS OF THE COMMISSIONER SHALL BE REVISED AND SANCTIONED OR REJECTED BY THE SECRETARY OF WAR, WITHOUT WHICH SANCTION NO MONEY SHALL BE PAID ANY CLAIMANT. (P. 441) TO OHR6Nay vote
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h14v87REPEALED. TO PASS THE BILL PROVIDING THAT, FROM AND AFTER THE CLOSE OF THE PRESENT SESSION OF CONGRESS, THE ACT, ENTITLED ''AN ACT TO CHANGE THE MODE OF COMPENSATION TO THE MEMBERS OF THE SENATE AND HOUSE AND DELEGATES FROM TERRITORIES,'' PASSEHR1Yea vote
Signed Feb. 6, 1817
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h14v91TO AMEND A BILL CONCERNING THE NAVIGATION OF THE U.S. WHICH AMENDMENT REQUIRES THAT THE FISHING VESSEL ON WHICH A BOUNTY IS PAID BY THE U.S. SHALL BE WHOLLY MANNED BY AMERICAN CITIZENS INSTEAD OF THREE-FOURTHS MANNED BY SUCH CITIZENS AS PROPOSEHR1Yea vote
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h14v95TO PASS THE BILL SETTING APART AND PLEDGING AS A FUND FOR INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT, THE BONUS AND U.S. SHARE OF THE DIVIDENDS OF THE NATIONAL BANK.HR1Yea vote
Y, 140035
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h14v110TO PASS THE BILL BEING AN ACT TO REGULATE THE TRADE IN PLASTER OF PARIS. (P. 1057)HR1Yea vote
Signed March 3, 1817
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h14v112TO PASS THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT BILL OVER THE PRESIDENT'S VETO.HR6Nay vote
Vetoed
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