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House Conference Report 63-86

House Conference Report 63-86

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Legislative history of the first modern income tax, the Revenue Act of 1913 (PL 63-16).
Legislative history of the first modern income tax, the Revenue Act of 1913 (PL 63-16).

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TARIFF
ACT
OF
1913.
BSPTEMBER
29,
1913.-Ordered
to
be
printed.
Mr.
UNDERWOOD,
from
the
committee
of
conference,
submitted
the
following
CONFERENCE
REPORT.
[To
accompany
H.
R.
3321.]
TShe
committee
of
corife'ence
on
the
disagreeing
votes'
of
the
two
Houses
on
the
-amendments
of
the
Senate
to
the
bill
:(H.
R.
3321)
"to
reduce
tariff
duties
and
to
provide
revenue
for
the
Government,
and
forotlher
purposes,"
having
met,
after
full
and
free
conference,
have
agreed
rto
ecommend
anddo
recommend
to
their
respective
H
ouses
as
fOllows:
.Thit,the
Sen
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recede
from
its
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0,
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653,
654,
658,660,
661,664,
665;
667,
668,669,
670,671,
672,
673,674,675,
and
676;
and
agree
to
the
same
Amendment
numbered
1:
That
the
House
recede
from
its
disagreement
to
the
amendment
ofthe
Senate
numbered
1,
and
agree
to
the
same
with
an,amend-
ment
as
follows:
Strike
out
the
numeral
"7"
and
insert
in
lieu
thereof
the
numeral
6;
and
the
Senate
agree
to
the
same.
Amendment
numbered
3:
That
the
House
recede
from
its
disagreement
to
the
amendment
of
the
Senate
numbered
3,
and
agree
to
the
same
with
an
amendment
as
follows:
Strike
out
the
numeral
"15'"
and
insert
in
lieu
thereof
the
numeral
12;
and
the
Senate
agree
to
the
same.
Amendment
numbered
16:
That
the
House
recede
from
its
disagreement
to
the
ameendment
of
the
Senate
numbered
16,
and
agree
to
the
same
with
an
amendment
as
follows:
Strike
out
the
numeral
"5"
and
insertin
lieu
thereof
the
numeral
10;
and
the
Senate
agree
to
the
same.
Amendment
numbered
28:
That
the
House
recede
from
its
disagreement
to
the
amendment
of
the
Senate
numbered
28,
and
agree
to
the
same
with
an
amend-
ment
as
follows:
In
lieu
of
the
matter
stricken
out
by
said
amendment
insert
on
page
16
of
the
bill
lir¢
5,
after
the
word
"refined,"
the
following:
and
chlorate
of,;
anf
the
Senate
agree
to
the
same.
Amendment
numbered
41:
That
the
House
recede
from
its
disagreement
to
the
amendment
of
the
Senate
numbered
41,
and
agree
to
the
same
wvith
amendments
as
follows:
In
line
3
of
the
matter
inserted
by
said
amendment,
after
the
word
"
pound,"
where
it
first
occurs,strike
out
the
uomma,
and
the
words
'land
not
above
75
cents
per
pound."
In
lines
4
and
5
of
the
matter
inserted
by
said
amendment,
after
the
word
"valorem,"
strike
out
the
semicolon
and
the
following:
"valued
above
75
cents
per
pound,
20
per
centumad
valoram
";
and
the
Senate
agree
to
the
same.
2
 
TARIP!
AOTF
1
19138
Amendment
numbered
43:
.
That
the
House
recede
from
its
disagreement
to
the
amendment
of
the
Senate
numbered
43,
and
agree
to
the
same
with
an
amend-
ment
as
follows:
In
lieu
of
the
matter
inserted
by
said
amendment
insert
the
fol-
lowing:
not
speciwly
provided
jor
in
thwi
8'ection',;
and
the
Senate
agree
to
the
same.
Amendment
numbered
48:
That
the
House
recede
from
its
disagreement
to
the
amendment
of
the
Senate
numbered
48,
and
ae
to
the
sane
with
an
amendment
as
follows:
In
lieu
of
the
matter
inserted
by
said
amendment
insert,
onpage
21
of
the
bill,
lino
14,
after
the
w'ord
"valorem,"
the
following:
;
mxnufactutree
of
carbon
not
speciaUy
provided
for
in
thw
8ection,
20
per
centumad
valorem;
and
the
Seiitte
agree
to
the
same.
Amendment
numbered
49:
That
the
House
recede
from
its
disagreement
to
the
amendment
of
the
Senate
numbered
49,
and
agree
to
the
same
withan
amendment
as
follows:
After
the
word
"for"
of
the
mateer
inserted
by
said
amendment,
insert
the
following:
in
this
8ection;
and
the
Senate
agree
to
the
same.
Amendment
numbered
64:
That
the
House
recede
from
its
disagreement
to
the
amendment
of
the
Senate
numbered
64,
and
agree
to
the
same
with
an
amendment
as
follows:
On
page
26
of
the
bill,
line
9,
after
the
word
"enameland
the
comma
n
sert
the
following
not
specia'Uy
provided
for
in
this
section,;
and
the
Senate
agree
to
the
same.
Amendment
numbered
66:
That
the
House
recede
from
its
disagreement
to
the
amendment
of
the
Senate
numbered
66,
and
agree
to
the
same
with
an
amendment
as
follows:
Strike
out
the
word
"otherwise"
in
the
matter
inserted
by
said
amendment
and
insert
after
the
word
"for"
the
following:
sn
this
8ectwn;
and
the
Senate
agree
to
the
same.
Amendment
numbered
73:
That
the
House
recede
from
its
disagreement
to
the
amendment
of
the
Senate
numbered
73,
and
agree
to
the
same
with
an
amendment
as
follows:
After
the
last
word
of
the
matter
inserted
by
said
amendment
and
the
comma
insert
t.he
following:
wholly
or
partly
manufactured,;
and
the
Senate
agree
to
the
same.
Amendment
nunibeied
87:
That
the
House
recede
from
its
disagreement
to
the
amendment
of
the
Senate
numbered
87,
and
agree
to
the
same
with.
an
amendment
as
follows:
In
lieu
of
the
matter
inserted
by
said
amendment
restore
the
matter
stricken
out
by
said
amendment,
and
in
line
14
of
the
restored
matter
strike
out
the
numeral
"20"
and
insert
in
lieu
thereof
the
numeral
16;
and
the
Senate
agree
to
the
same.
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