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Veto The President of the United States may treat a bill passed by Congress in any of five ways: (1) Sign it; (2) sign it with a protest; (3) if presented more than ten days before the close of
20June 9, 1836Regulations for Congressional Sessions.
21March 3, 1837Funds Receivable from United States RevenuePocketed.
22Aug. 16, 1841Incorporating Fiscal Bank.
23Sept. 9, 1841Incorpo to 361Aug. 9, 1888 to Aug. 10, 1888Pensions, Private.
362Aug. 14, 1888Additional Copies of United States Map for 1886.
363 to 373Aug. 14, 1888 to Aug. 27, 1888Pensions and Reliefs.
374Aug. 27, 18 over the veto, Jan. 17 1893.
451Aug. 3, 1892An Act to Provide for Bringing Suit against the United States.
452Feb. 27, 1893An Act to prescribe the number of District Attorneys and Marshals in the J An Act Granting Pension.
478May 23, 1895An Act to Amend Part of the Revised statutes of the United States.
479May 26, 1895An Act Granting Relief.
480May 29, 1895An Act Making Appropriation for Cer