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February 17th, 1864 AD (search for this): article 3
the same may be converted at the pleasure of the holder, at par, in the untaxable six per cent bonds, authorized to be issued under an act entitled "An act to reduce the currency, and to authorize a new issue of notes and bonds," approved 17th February, 1864; but these certificate a can only be converted in sums which are multiples of one hundred dollars. The said certificated may be given by the Secretary of the Treasury, at his discretion, in exchange for property impressed or seized by the CHouse of Representatives--Prayer by the Rev Dr. Jeter, of the Baptist Church. Mr Hanly. of Ark, from the Military Committee, to whom had been referred a memorial of the Society of Friends, reported a bill to amend so much of the act of February 17, 1864, to organize forces to serve during the war as relates to the exemption of certain religious denominations. The bill was taken up and passed. [It places members of the Society of Friends on the same footing with those of other religious de
gaming by disbursing officers and others entrusted with the public funds. Placed on the calendar. Also, Senate bill to provide for the appointment of a disbursing clerk in the War Department. Passed. Also, a bill to organize the Supreme Court of the Confederate States. Placed on the calendar. Also, joint resolutions in response to resolutions of the General Assembly of the State of Virginia, asserting her jurisdiction and sovereignty over her ancient boundaries. Passed. Mr. Hanley reported back the Senate bill to double the compensation and mileage of members of Congress for the present session. The question being upon the passage of the bill, Mr. Marshall demanded the ayes and noes, which were ordered, and the bill was rejected — ayes 33, noes 45. The House, in Committee of the Whole, (Mr. Sexton in the chair,) resumed the consideration of the bill to amend the tax laws. The bill was debated until 3 o'clock, when the Committee rose, reported progress
Minnegerode (search for this): article 3
Confederate States Congress. Senate.--The Senate met at 12 o'clock M. yesterday. Prayer by the Rev. Dr. Minnegerode, of the Episcopal Church. The following bill was considered and passed: The Congress of the Confederate States of America doenad That the pay of a General assigned to duty at the sent of Government, under the provisions of an act entitled "an act to provide a staff clered force for any General who may be assigned by the President to duty at the sent of Government," approved March 25, 1862, shall be the same as the pay of a general officer commanding-in-chief a parte army in the field. The following bill, reported from the Senate Finance Committee, to authorize certificates of indebtedness to be given for property purchased or impressed, and for transportation, and to provide for payment of interest on said certificates in specie, was considered and passed: Sec 1. The Congress of the Confederate States of America do enact, That when certifi
th the public funds. Placed on the calendar. Also, Senate bill to provide for the appointment of a disbursing clerk in the War Department. Passed. Also, a bill to organize the Supreme Court of the Confederate States. Placed on the calendar. Also, joint resolutions in response to resolutions of the General Assembly of the State of Virginia, asserting her jurisdiction and sovereignty over her ancient boundaries. Passed. Mr. Hanley reported back the Senate bill to double the compensation and mileage of members of Congress for the present session. The question being upon the passage of the bill, Mr. Marshall demanded the ayes and noes, which were ordered, and the bill was rejected — ayes 33, noes 45. The House, in Committee of the Whole, (Mr. Sexton in the chair,) resumed the consideration of the bill to amend the tax laws. The bill was debated until 3 o'clock, when the Committee rose, reported progress, and the House took a recess until 8 o'clock P. M.
authorize the President to confer temporary rank and command upon officers of the Provisional army who may be selected for special service. Informally passed over. Mr Lyon, from the Committee on Ways and Means, reported the general appropriation bill, which was ordered to be printed, and made the special order for Saturday. Mr Lyon also reported a bill making appropriations for the postal service for the years 1862 and 1863. Ordered to be printed and placed on the calendar. Mr Bald win, of Va, presented a substitute for the bill. Mr. Russell, of Va, from the Committee on the Judiciary, made a report in relation to the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus. Laid on the table and ordered to be printed. Mr Russell also reported a bill to amend the army regulations with respect to gaming by disbursing officers and others entrusted with the public funds. Placed on the calendar. Also, Senate bill to provide for the appointment of a disbursing clerk in the
March 25th, 1862 AD (search for this): article 3
Congress. Senate.--The Senate met at 12 o'clock M. yesterday. Prayer by the Rev. Dr. Minnegerode, of the Episcopal Church. The following bill was considered and passed: The Congress of the Confederate States of America doenad That the pay of a General assigned to duty at the sent of Government, under the provisions of an act entitled "an act to provide a staff clered force for any General who may be assigned by the President to duty at the sent of Government," approved March 25, 1862, shall be the same as the pay of a general officer commanding-in-chief a parte army in the field. The following bill, reported from the Senate Finance Committee, to authorize certificates of indebtedness to be given for property purchased or impressed, and for transportation, and to provide for payment of interest on said certificates in specie, was considered and passed: Sec 1. The Congress of the Confederate States of America do enact, That when certificates of debt are i
y to providing for the payment of the interest aforesaid. The Senate then resolved into secret session. The doors being opened Mr. Johnson, of Mo., submitted the following: Resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring therein, that the resolution passed by the two Houses fixing the day of adjournment for the 31st instant be and the same is hereby rescind. Laid on the table. The Senate then adjourned. House of Representatives--Prayer by the Rev Dr. Jeter, of the Baptist Church. Mr Hanly. of Ark, from the Military Committee, to whom had been referred a memorial of the Society of Friends, reported a bill to amend so much of the act of February 17, 1864, to organize forces to serve during the war as relates to the exemption of certain religious denominations. The bill was taken up and passed. [It places members of the Society of Friends on the same footing with those of other religious denominations exempted under the act.] Mr Han
J. J. Johnson (search for this): article 3
cie to provide for the payment of the interest on the certificates hereinbefore mentioned, the sum of ten million dollars be, and the same is hereby, appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, to be expended by the Secretary of the Treasury, is the purchase of cotton and its conversion into specie, to be applied exclusively to providing for the payment of the interest aforesaid. The Senate then resolved into secret session. The doors being opened Mr. Johnson, of Mo., submitted the following: Resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring therein, that the resolution passed by the two Houses fixing the day of adjournment for the 31st instant be and the same is hereby rescind. Laid on the table. The Senate then adjourned. House of Representatives--Prayer by the Rev Dr. Jeter, of the Baptist Church. Mr Hanly. of Ark, from the Military Committee, to whom had been referred a memorial of the Society of Friend
by the two Houses fixing the day of adjournment for the 31st instant be and the same is hereby rescind. Laid on the table. The Senate then adjourned. House of Representatives--Prayer by the Rev Dr. Jeter, of the Baptist Church. Mr Hanly. of Ark, from the Military Committee, to whom had been referred a memorial of the Society of Friends, reported a bill to amend so much of the act of February 17, 1864, to organize forces to serve during the war as relates to the exemption of certain religious denominations. The bill was taken up and passed. [It places members of the Society of Friends on the same footing with those of other religious denominations exempted under the act.] Mr Hanly, from the same committee, reported a bill to provide for the enrollment and conscription of certain non-commissioned officers and privates in the Trans-Mississippi Department. Passed. Mr Miles, from the same committee, reported back Senate bill to authorize the appointment of Gener
Virginia (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 3
to be printed. Mr Russell also reported a bill to amend the army regulations with respect to gaming by disbursing officers and others entrusted with the public funds. Placed on the calendar. Also, Senate bill to provide for the appointment of a disbursing clerk in the War Department. Passed. Also, a bill to organize the Supreme Court of the Confederate States. Placed on the calendar. Also, joint resolutions in response to resolutions of the General Assembly of the State of Virginia, asserting her jurisdiction and sovereignty over her ancient boundaries. Passed. Mr. Hanley reported back the Senate bill to double the compensation and mileage of members of Congress for the present session. The question being upon the passage of the bill, Mr. Marshall demanded the ayes and noes, which were ordered, and the bill was rejected — ayes 33, noes 45. The House, in Committee of the Whole, (Mr. Sexton in the chair,) resumed the consideration of the bill to amend
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