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President's Positions on 50th House Roll Call Votes


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h50v16TO ADOPT H. J. RES. 72, (25 STAT. 617, 2/1/88), RELATING TO THE INVITATION OF THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT TO THE GOVERNMENT OF THE U. S. TO PARTICIPATE IN THE INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA, TO CELEBRATE THE FOUNDING OF NEW SOUTH WHJR1Yea vote
25 STAT. 617, 2/1/88
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h50v26TO PASS H. R. 7211, A BILL RELATING TO THE CLAIM OF OWNERS OF THE STEAMER ''I.N. BUNTON.'' (P. 770-1)HR72111Yea vote
Signed March 2, 1889
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h50v34TO PASS H. R. 2477, A BILL GRANTING RELIEF TO NATHANIEL MC KAY AND THE EXECUTOR OF DANIEL MC KAY. (P. 1312-1)HR24776Nay vote
Vetoed
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h50v40TO PASS H. R. 1426, (25 STAT 382, 3/3/1888) A BILL SUPPLEMENTARY TO THE ACT OF JULY 1, 1862 ENTITLED ''AN ACT TO AID IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF A RAILROAD AND TELEGRAPH LINE FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN, AND TO SECURE TO THE GOVERNMHR14261Yea vote
25 STAT 382, 3/3/1888
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h50v49TO CONCUR ON THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO H. R. 6437, (25 STAT 47, 3/30/88), A BILL PROVIDING FOR CERTAIN OF THE MOST URGENT DEFICIENCIES IN APPROPRIATION FOR THE SERVICE OF THE GOVERNMENT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1888, WICH AMENDMENT ELIHR64371Yea vote
25 STAT 47, 3/30/88
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h50v58TO PASS H. R. 3191, (25 STAT 1031, 4/5/88), A BILL GRANTING RELIEF TO MRS. MARY S. LOGAN, WIDOW OF GENERAL LOGAN. (P. 2526-2)S31911Yea vote
25 STAT 1031, 4/5/88
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h50v59TO PASS S. 574, A BILL GRANTING AN INCREASE OF PENSION FROM $600 PER ANNUM TO $2,000 PER ANNUM TO MRS. APOLLINE A. BLAIR, WIDOW OF GENERAL BLAIR. (P. 2527-1)S5741Yea vote
Signed April 6. 1888
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h50v133TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND ADOPT THE RESOLUTION PROVIDING THAT THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY MAY APPLY SURPLUS MONEY TO THE PURCHASE OR REDEMPTION OF U.S. BONDS, PROVIDED THAT SUCH BONDS MAY NOT BECOME PART OF THE SINKING FUNDS. (P. 3026-2)HRE1Yea vote
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h50v156TO CONCUR IN A SENATE AMENDMENT TO H. R. 10233, (25 STAT 328), A BILL PROVIDING FOR APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1889 AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES, WHICH PROPOSES TO ENABLE THE COMMISSIONER OF AHR102331Yea vote
25 STAT 328
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h50v160THAT THE HOUSE FURTHER INSIST ON ITS DISAGREEMENT TO SENATE AMENDMENT NUMBER SEVEN TO H. R. 9345, (25 STAT 345), A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE SERVICE OF THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1889, AND AGREE TO THR93451Yea vote
25 STAT 345
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h50v163TO OVERRIDE THE PRESIDENT'S VETO OF H. R. 4357, A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC BUILDING AT ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA. (P. 6541-1)HR43576Nay vote
Vetoed
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h50v166TO PASS S. 1650, (25 STAT 1139, 8/1/88), A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE RELIEF OF MAJ. GEN. W. W. AVERELL, FOR SERVICES IN THE U.S. ARMY DURING THE LATE WAR, AUTHORIZING THE PRESIDENT TO APPOINT HIM AS CAPTAIN IN THE U.S. ARMY AND PLACE HIM ON S16501Yea vote
25 STAT 1139, 8/1/88
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h50v167TO PASS H. R. 2579, (25 STAT 638, 12/24/88), A BILL AUTHORIZING THE PRESIDENT TO APPOINT ANDREW J. SMITH LATE COLONEL OF THE SEVENTH UNITED STATES CAVALRY, AND MAJOR GENERAL OF VOLUNTEERS, A BRIGADIER GENERAL IN THE U.S., ARMY, AND PLACE HIM ONHR25791Yea vote
25 STAT 638, 12/24/88
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h50v169TO PASS H. R. 9051. (P. 6660-1)HR90511Yea vote
Y, 500002
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h50v246TO AGREE TO REPORT OF CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON S. 154, A BILL TO PROVIDE FOR THE ERECTION OF A PUBLIC BUILDING AT MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN. (P. 678-1)S1541Yea vote
25 STAT 652, 1/21/89
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h50v250TO PASS BILL S. 944.S9441Yea vote
25 STAT 1267, 1/22/89
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h50v261TO PASS H. R. 10406, A BILL TO PURCHASE SQUARE 489 IN THE CITY OF WASHINGTON AS A SITE FOR THE POST OFFICE AND OTHER GOVERNMENT USES.HR104061Yea vote
Y, 500037
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h50v272TO AGREE TO REPORT OF CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON S. 1305, A BILL TO INCORPORATE THE MARITIME SHIP CANAL COMPANY OF NICARAGUA. (P. 1574-1)S13051Yea vote
25 STAT 673, 2/20/89
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h50v285TO PASS S. 2091, (25 STAT 1300, 2/26/89), GRANTING A PENSION TO FRANCIS A. PLUMMER, WIDOW OF BRIGADIER GENERAL JOSEPH B. PLUMMER (U.S. ARMY) OF $100 A MONTH IN LIEU OF PENSION SHE IS NOW RECEIVING. (P. 1944-2)S20911Yea vote
25 STAT 1300, 2/26/89
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h50v286TO AGREE TO A REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON S. 169, (25 STAT 1301, 2/26/89), GRANTING AN INCREASE OF PENSION TO ABBY J. SLOCUM, WHICH REPORT IS, THAT THE MONTHLY PENSION TO MRS. SLOCUM BE REDUCED FROM $50 TO $30. (P. 1986-1)S1691Yea vote
25 STAT 1301, 2/26/89
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h50v295TO AGREE TO THE REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON S. 139. (P. 2113-1)S1396Nay vote
Vetoed
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h50v296TO RECOMMIT H. R. 1249, (25 STAT 841, 3/2/89), A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE SERVICE OF THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 6/30/90, TO THE COMMITTEE ON POST OFFICE AND POST ROADS WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO ELIMINATE ALL PROVHR124906Nay vote
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h50v313TO AGREE TO A REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON S. 2511, (25 STAT 854, 3/2/89), A BILL TO PROVIDE FOR THE DISPOSAL OF UNCLAIMED PUBLIC LANDS OF THE U.S. UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE HOMESTEAD LAWS, AND COMPROMISING ON AMENDMENTS IN REFERENCES25111Yea vote
25 STAT 854, 3/2/89
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h50v314TO PASS, OVER VETO OF THE PRESIDENT, H. R. 1368, A BILL TO QUIET THE TITLES OF SETTLERS ON DES MOINES RIVER LANDS IN THE STATE OF IOWA. (P. 2562)HR13686Nay vote
Vetoed
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h50v318TO RECEDE FROM THE DISAGREEMENT TO SENATE AMENDMENT 182, TO H. R. 12008, WHICH AMENDMENT PROVIDES FOR THE PAYMENT TO MRS. AMELIA C. WAITE, WIDOW OF THE LATE CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE UNITED STATES THE BALANCE OF ONE YEARS SALARY OF THE CHIEF JUSTICEHR120081Yea vote
25 STAT 939, 3/2/89
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h50v319TO RECEDE FROM THE DISAGREEMENT TO SENATE AMENDMENT 36, TO H. R. 12571, (25 STAT 905), 3/2/89), MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 6/30/89, WHICH AMENDMENT, RELATES TO DIVISION OF PAYMENT OF APPROPRIATION REGARDING WATER SUPPLY, AHR125711Yea vote
(25 STAT 905), 3/2/89
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