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tee of Ways and Means be instructed to report to this House, at the earliest moment practicable, for its consideration, a tax bill, embracing property, business, and incomes, which will yield at least fifty millions of dollars of revenue. Mr. Boyce, of South Carolina, offered the following as a substitute for the resolution of Mr. Johnson: Resolved, That the Committee of Ways and Means be instructed to report a bill for a comprehensive system of internal taxation, and authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to dispose of bonds at current rates. The question was upon the resolution of Mr. Boyce, and the vote being taken, it was rejected. The question then recurred upon the resolution of Mr. Johnson and it was also rejected. The vote was then taken upon the resolution of Mr. Perkins, when it was agreed to by a vote of ayes 49, noes 15. Mr. Garnett, of Virginia, moved a reconsideration, and the vote being taken, it was ascertained that the House was wi