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President's Positions on 15th House Roll Call Votes


Vote#Description (Highlights are coding aids) asc / dscBill/ResPres "Vote"Pres NotesReps. 
h15v1TO PASS H. R. 3 (3 STAT. 401, APP. 12/23/1817), A BILL ABOLISHING THE INTERNAL DUTIES AS THE GOVERNMENT'S INCOME HAS BECOME EXCESSIVE. (P.424)HR31Yea vote
Y, 150018
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h15v6TO PASS H. R. 28, AS AMENDED SO THAT THE PAY FOR MEMBERS OF CONGRESS BE FIXED AT $8.00 PER DAY, AND $8.00 PER 20 MILES TRAVELING ALLOWANCE TO AND FROM CONGRESS. (P. 590)HR281Yea vote
Signed Jan. 22, 1818
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h15v16TO CONCUR WITH THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE AND THE COMMITTEE OF WAYS AND MEANS IN THEIR DISAGREEMENT WITH THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 40 (APP. 2-19-1818), A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT FOR 1818, WHICHR401Yea vote
Signed Feb. 19, 1818
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h15v18TO CONCUR IN THE AMENDMENT OF THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE TO H. R. 63 (APP. 3/9/1818), A BILL FOR THE RELIEF OF MAJ. GEN. A. ST. CLAIR, WHICH AMENDMENT GRANTS A PENSION OF SIXTY DOL- LARS A MONTH TO GEN. ST. CLAIR. (P.853)HR631Yea vote
Signed March 9, 1818
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h15v46TO PASS H.R. 139 (4-14-18), A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE CUMBERLAND ROAD. (J. P.408)HR1391Yea vote
Signed April 14, 1818
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h15v47TO PASS H. R. 157 (APP. 4/18/1818), A BILL FIXING THE TIME FOR THE NEXT MEETING OF CONGRESS.HR1571Yea vote
Signed April 18, 1818
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h15v49TO CONCUR WITH THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE IN AN AMENDMENT TO H.R. 122 (4-20-18), A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND FOR FURNISHING THE CAPITOL AND THE PRESIDENT'S HOUSE, WHICH AMENDMENT PROVIDES THE SUM OF $30,000 FOR FURHR1221Yea vote
Signed April 20,1818
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h15v51TO RECOMMIT H. R. 122 WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO THE COMMITTEE TO AMEND THE BILL, ELIMINATING THE APPROPRIATION OF $100,000 FOR MATERIALS, LAYING THE FOUNDATIONS AND OTHER PREPARATIONS FOR THE CENTER BUILDING OF THE CAPITOL.HR1226Nay vote
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h15v55TO ORDER THE ENGROSSMENT AND 3RD READING OF S. 64 (4/18/1818), A BILL CLOSING THE PORTS OF THE U. S. AFTER SEPTEMBER 30, TO ALL VESSELS OWNED WHOLLY OR IN PART BY BRITISH SUBJECTS. (P. 311)S641Yea vote
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h15v57TO PASS H. R. 73 (APP. 4/20/1818), A BILL WHICH WOULD INCRE- ASE THE DUTIES ON IRON IN BARS AND BOLTS, IRON IN PIGS, CASTINGS, NAILS AND ALUM, AND TO DISALLOW DRAWBACK OF DUTIES ON THE RE-EXPORTATION OF GUNPOWDER.HR731Yea vote
Y, 150014
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h15v60TO ORDER THE ENGROSSMENT AND 3RD READING OF H. R. 75. (P.474)HR751Yea vote
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h15v65TO PASS THE H. J. RESOLUTION (3 STAT. 536, APP. 12/3/1818), DECLARING THE ADMISSION OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS INTO THE UNION ON AN EQUAL FOOTING WITH THE ORIGINAL STATES.HJR1Yea vote
3 STAT. 536, APP. 12/3/1818
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h15v80TO PASS H. R. 242, (APP. 2/16/1819), A BILL MAKING APPROPRI- ATIONS FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT FOR 1819 AND THE AMENDMENTS THERETO, FOR APPROPRIATING $10,000 FOR EXTRA PAY TO NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS EM- PLOYED HR2421Yea vote
Signed Feb. 15, 1819
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h15v87TO PASS S. 2 (APP. 2/20/1819), A BILL INCREASING THE SALAR- IES OF CERTAIN OFFICERS OF THE GOVERNMENT.S21Yea vote
Signed Feb, 20, 1819
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h15v96TO CONCUR WITH A SELECT COMMITTEE IN AN AMENDMENT TO H.R. 238, TO STRIKE OUT: ''AND ALL CHILDREN BORN OF SLAVES WITHIN THE SAID TERRITORY, SHALL BE FREE, BUT MAY BE HELD TO SER- VICE UNTIL THE AGE OF TWENTY-FIVE YEARS''. (J. P.291)HR2381Yea vote
Signed March 2, 1819
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