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President's Positions on 54th House Roll Call Votes


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h54v16TO CONCUR IN THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 5474 (29 STAT 43, 3/2/1896), A BILL EXTENDING THE TIME WITHIN WHICH SUITS MAY BE BROUGHT TO VACATE AND ANNUL PATENTS ON PUBLIC LANDS, WHICH PROVIDES THAT SUITS SHALL ONLY BE BROUGHT WITH SIX YEARS OF THHR54741Yea vote
29 STAT 43, 3/2/1896
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h54v18TO OVERRIDE THE VETO OF THE PRESIDENT OF H.R. 2769 (24 STAT 90 4/7/96), A BILL AUTHORIZING THE LEASING OF LANDS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES IN ARIZ.. (P. 2296-C1)HR27696Nay vote
Vetoed
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h54v20TO CONCUR IN SENATE AMENDMENT NO. 46 TO THE AGRICULTURAL APPROPRIATION BILL, H.R. 5161 (29 STAT 99, 4/25/96), FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1897, WHICH AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT THERE BE PUBLISHED 25,000 COPIES OF THE SPECIAL REPORT ON CATTLE AHR51611Yea vote
29 STAT 99, 4/25/96
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h54v27TO PASS H.R. 878 (29 STAT 487 1/15/97), A BILL PROVIDING FOR THE REDUCTION OF CASES IN WHICH THE PENALTY OF DEATH MAY BE INFLICTED.HR8781Yea vote
29 STAT 487 1/15/97
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h54v31TO RECEDE FROM THE HOUSE AMENDMENT TO S. 1247 (29 STAT 244 6/3/1896), A BILL ESTABLISHING AND PROVIDING FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF A FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY AND READING ROOM IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. THE AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT THE ENTIRE EXPENSE BES12471Yea vote
29 STAT 244 6/3/1896
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h54v35TO PASS H.R. 8008 (29 STAT 253 6/6/1896), A BILL DEFINING CHEESE AND ALSO IMPOSING A TAX UPON AND REGULATING THE MANUFACTURE, SALE, IMPORTATION, AND EXPORTATION OF 'FILLED CHEESE''.HR80081Yea vote
29 STAT 253 6/6/1896
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h54v43TO PASS H.R. 6739, A BILL PROVIDING FOR THE RELIEF OF JOHN N. QUACKENBUSH, FORMER COMMANDER IN THE NAVY. (P. 4529-2)HR67396Nay vote
Vetoed
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h54v51TO ORDER THE PREVIOUS QUESTION ON H.R. 7370, AN ACT ESTABLISHING CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS AND DEFINING AND REGULATING, IN CERTAIN CASES, THE JURISDICTION OF THE U. S. COURTS.HR73701Yea vote
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h54v52TO NONCONCUR IN SENATE AMENDMENTS AND AGREE TO THE CONFER- ENCE REQUESTED BY THE SENATE ON H.R 3013 (29 STAT 188 5/28/ 1896), AN ACT TO AMEND SECTION 4131 OF THE REVISED STATUTES OF THE U. S. TO IMPROVE THE MERCHANT MARINE ENGINEER SERVICE AND HR30131Yea vote
29 STAT 188 5/28/ 1896
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h54v62TO OVERRIDE THE VETO OF THE PRESIDENT OF H.R. 1094 (29 STAT 755, 6/10/96), AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR TO PLACE THE NAME OF FRANCIS E. HOOVER, LATE A PRIVATE IN CO. I - 64TH REGIMENT OHIO INFANTRY VOLUNTEER, AT $50.0HR10946Nay vote
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h54v63THAT THE HOUSE ADOPT A CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 7977 (29 STAT 202, 6/3/96), THE RIVERS AND HARBORS APPROPRIATIONS BILL, IN WHICH THE HOUSE INSISTS ON ITS DISAGREEMENT TO THE SENATE AMENDMENTS AND AGREES TO THE REQUEST OF THE SENATE FOR A FURTHHR79776Nay vote
Vetoed
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h54v68TO PASS H.R. 3282 (29 STAT 195, 6/3/1896), THE REVENUE BILL.HR32821Yea vote
29 STAT 195, 6/3/1896
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h54v75TO OVERRIDE THE VETO OF THE PRESIDENT OF H.R. 7977, (29 STAT 202 L03/96), A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION, REPAIR AND PRESERVATION OF CERTAIN PUBLIC WORKS ON RIVERS AND HARBORS.HR79776Nay vote
Vetoed
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h54v77TO RECEDE FROM ITS DISAGREEMENT WITH SENATE AMENDMENT #27 AND AGREE TO SAME WHICH AMENDS H.R. 8293 (29 STAT 267 - 6/8/96), A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS TO SUPPLY DEFICIENCIES IN THE APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1896, AND FOR PHR82936Nay vote
vetoed
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h54v89TO OVERRIDE THE VETO OF THE PRESIDENT OF H.R. 8293 (29 STAT 267, 6/8/96), A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS TO SUPPLY DEFICIENCIES IN THE APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1896 AND PRIOR YEARS.HR82936Nay vote
Vetoed
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h54v94THAT THE HOUSE RECEDE FROM ITS DISAGREEMENT WITH AND CONCUR IN SENATE AMENDMENT NO. 99 H.R. 5210 (29 STAT 393, APP 6/11/1896), THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA APPROPRIATIONS BILL. THE AMENDMENT AUTHORIZED THE ELECTRIFICATION OF STREET LIGHTING IN THE HR52101Yea vote
29 STAT 393, APP 6/11/1896
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h54v100TO RECEDE FROM DISAGREEMENTS AND CONCUR IN SENATE AMENDMENTS TO H.R. 7664 (29 STAT 413, 6/11/96), A BILL MAKING SUNDRY CIVIL APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE EXPENSES OF THE GOVERNMENT FOR FISCAL 1897.HR76641Yea vote
29 STAT 413, 6/11/96
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h54v101TO AGREE TO THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE RELATING TO H.R. 4354, (29 STAT 825, 2/27/97), A BILL GRANT- ING A PENSION TO MRS. MARY GOULD CARR, WIDOW OF THE LATE BRIG. AND BAT. MAJOR GENERAL JOSEPH B. CARR, U.S. VOLUNTEER. (P. 46-2)HR43546Nay vote
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h54v102TO OVERRIDE THE PRESIDENTS VETO OF H.R. 577, A BILL GRANT- ING A PENSION TO LYDIA A. TAFT, WIDOW OF LOWELL TAFT, LATE A PRIVATE IN THE CONNECTICUT VOLUNTEERS.HR5776Nay vote
Vetoed
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h54v112TO ORDER ENGROSSMENT AND THIRD READING OF H.R. 4566, A BILL AMENDING THE POSTAL LAWS RELATING TO SECOND-CLASS MAIL MATTER. (P. 519-1)HR45661Yea vote
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h54v128TO OVERRIDE THE PRESIDENTS VETO OF H.R. 9469, A BILL PROVIDING FOR THE CONSTITUTION OF A NEW DIVISION OF THE EASTERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF TEX., THE HOLDING OF TERMS OF COURT AT BEAUMONT, TEX., AND THE APPOINTMENT OF A CLERK FOR SAID COURT. (P. HR94696Nay vote
Vetoed
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h54v134TO OVERRIDE THE PRESIDENT'S VETO OF H.R. 4526, A BILL GRANTING A PENSION TO JONATHAN SCOTT, WHO SERVED IN THE FIFTH REGIMENT OF IOWA CAVALRY VOLUNTEERS, AND IS TOTALLY BLIND. (P. 1183-1)HR45266Nay vote
Vetoed
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h54v136TO AGREE TO REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE ON S. 1832 (29 STAT 622 3/3/97), AN ACT TO DEFINE THE RIGHTS OF PURCHASERS UNDER MORTGAGES CONCERNING THE ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. (P. 1315-1)S18321Yea vote
29 STAT 622 3/3/97
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h54v138TO AGREE TO REPORT OF CONFERENCE COMMITTEE RELATING TO H.R. 7864, A BILL TO AMEND THE IMMIGRATION LAWS. (P. 1677-1HR78646Nay vote
Vetoed
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h54v139TO OVERRIDE THE PRESIDENT'S VETO OF H.R. 1185 (29 STAT 836 3/3/97), A BILL GRANTING A PENSION TO RACHEL PATTON. (P. 1681-1)HR11856Nay vote
Vetoed
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h54v140TO OVERRIDE THE PRESIDENT'S VETO OF H.R. 1139 (29 STAT 835 3/3/97), A BILL GRANTING A PENSION TO CAROLINE D. MOWATT, WIDOW OF ALFRED B. SOULE, LATE MAJOR OF THE TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT VOLUNTEERS. (P. 1682-2)HR11396Nay vote
Vetoed
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h54v142TO OVERRIDE PRESIDENT'S VETO OF S. 894, A BILL GRANTING A PENSION TO NANCY G. ALLABACH, WIDOW OF PETER H. ALLABACH, A SOLDIER IN THE MEXICAN WAR. (P. 1898-1)S8946Nay vote
Vetoed
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h54v152TO PASS S. 3307 (29 STAT 624, 3/3/97), A BILL DECLARING THE POTOMAC FLATS A PULIC PARK UNDER THE NAME OF THE POTOMAC PARK. (P. 2219-2)S33071Yea vote
29 STAT 624, 3/3/9
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h54v153TO ORDER ENGROSSMENT AND A THIRD READING OF H.R. 4808, A BILL TO INCREASE THE EFFICIENCY OF THE POSTAL SERVICE. (P. 2269-1)HR48081Yea vote
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h54v155TO PASS H.R. 849, A BILL INCREASING THE CIRCULATION OF NATIONAL BANKS. (P. 2286-2)HR8491Yea vote
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h54v156TO SUSPEND THE RULES AND PASS S. 3547 (29 STAT 624, 3/3/97), AN ACT AUTHORIZING REPRESENTATION BY THE UNITED STATES AT ANY INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, INCLUDING THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY CONFERENCE. (P. 2383-1)S35471Yea vote
Req 530003, voteview=9 (typo)
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h54v162TO OVERRIDE THE PRESIDENT'S VETO OF H.R. 7864, AN ACT AMENDING THE IMMIGRATION LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES, BY ADDING TO THOSE TO BE EXCLUDED FROM ADMISSION TO THE U. S., PERSONS OVER 16 YEARS OF AGE WHO CANNOT READ AT LEAST TWENTY WORDS OF THE CHR78646Nay vote
Vetoed
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