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An act to regulate and fix the compensation of the officers employed in collecting the internal revenues of the United States, and to insure more effectually the settlement of their accounts. Approved July 11, 1798. 1 Stat. 591.

An act to suspend for a further time the duties upon the manufacture of snuff within the United States, and the drawback upon the exportation of the same. Approved July 16, 1798. 1 Stat. 608.

An act to alter the stamp duties imposed upon foreign bills of exchange and bills of lading by an act entitled “ An act laying duties on stamped vellum, parchment, and paper, and further to amend the same.” Approved February 28, 1799. 1 Stat. 622.

An act respecting distillers of Geneva. Approved March 2, 1799. 1 Stat. 720.

An act to establish a general stamp office. Approved April 23, 1800. 2 Stat. 40.

An act to repeal the act laying duties on mills and implements employed in the manufacture of snuff. Approved April 24, 1800. 2 Stat. 54.

An act to continue in force the acts laying duties on licenses for selling wines and foreign distilled spirits by retail ; and so much of the act laying certain duties on snuff and refined sugar as respects a duty on refined sugar or property sold at auction, and on carriages for the conveyance of persons. Approved February 25, 1801. 2 Stat. 102.

An act to amend the act entitled “ An act to establish a general stamp office.” Approved March 3, 1801. 2 Stat. 109.

An act to repeal the internal taxes. Approved April 6, 1802. 2 Stat. 148.

An act for the assessment and collection of direct taxes and internal duties. Approved July 22, 1813. 3 Stat. 22. (The States were divided into 191 collection districts, with an assessor and collector in each.)

An act laying duties on sugar refined within the United States.. Approved July 24, 1813. 3 Stat. 35. (Duty 4 cts. per pound ; drawback allowed.)

An act to establish the office of Commissioner of the Revenue. Approved July 24, 1813. 3 Stat. 39.

An act laying duties on carriages for the conveyance of persons. Approved July 24, 1813. 3 Stat. 40.

An act laying duties on licenses to distillers of spirituous liquors. Approved July 24, 1813. 3 Stat. 42. (Special tax on the capacity of still graded according to the length of time for which license was granted.)

An act laying duties on sales at auction of merchandise and of ships and vessels. Approved July 24, 1813. 3 Stat. 44. (1 per cent on sales of goods, wares, and merchandise, and 1 of 1 per cent on sales of ships and vessels.)

An act laying duties on licenses to retailers of wines, spirituous liquors, and foreign merchandise. Approved August 2, 1813. 3 Stat. 72. (Licenses graded from $10 to $25 per annum.)

An act laying duties on notes of banks, bankers, and certain companies; on notes, bonds, and obligations discounted by banks, bankers, and certain companies; and on bills of exchange of certain descriptions. Approved August 2, 1813. 3 Stat. 77. (Stamp duty.)

An act making further provision for the collection of internal duties, and for the appointment and compensation of assessors. Approved August 2, 1813.

An act authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to appoint a clerk in the office of the Commissioner of the Revenue, with power to sign licenses. Approved November 22, 1814. 3 Stat. 146.

An act supplementary to an act laying duties on notes of banks, bankers, and certain companies ; on notes, bonds, and obligations discounted by banks, bankers, and certain companies; and on bills of exchange of certain descriptions. Approved December 10, 1814. 3 Stat. 148. (Tax on profits may be paid in lieu of stamp duty. Composition to be made by Secretary of Treasury, but optional with banks.)

An act to provide additional revenues for defraying the expenses of the government, and maintaining the public credit, by duties on carriages and the harnesses therefor. Approved December 15, 1814. 3 Stat. 148. (Value of carriages and harness made the basis of taxation, instead of the kind of vehicle as before.)

An act to provide additional revenue for defraying the expenses of the government and maintaining the public credit by laying duties on spirits distilled within the United States and the territories thereof, and by amending the act laying duties on licenses to distillers of spirituous liquors. Approved December 21, 1814. 3 Stat. 152. (Tax on all spirits, whether distilled from foreign or domestic materials, fixed at 20 cts. per gallon.)

An act to provide additional revenues for defraying the expenses of government and maintaining the public credit by laying duties on sales at auction, and on licenses to retail wines, spirituous liquors, and foreign merchandise, and for increasing the rates of postage. Approved December 23, 1814. 3 Stat. 159. (Rate of tax on auction sales doubled, and 50 per cent added to licenses of dealers in liquors, etc.)

An act to provide additional revenue for defraying the expenses of the government and maintaining the public credit by laying duties on various goods, wares, and merchandise manufactured within the United States. Approved January 18, 1815. 3 Stat. 180. (Taxed manufactures of iron, candles, hats and caps, umbrellas and parasols, paper, playing and visiting cards, saddles and bridles, boots, bootees, and leather. Beer, ale, and porter, 6 per cent ad valorem. Tobacco, cigars, and snuff, 20 per cent ad valorem.)

An act to provide additional revenues for defraying the expenses of government and maintaining the public credit by laying duties on household furniture, and on gold and silver watches. Approved January 18, 1815. 3 Stat. 186.

An act supplementary to the act entitled “ An act to amend the act laying duties on licenses to retailers of wines, spirituous liquors, and foreign merchandise, and for other purposes. Approved February 4, 1815. 3 Stat. 201.

An act to amend an act laying duties on licenses to retailers of wines, spirituous liquors, and foreign merchandise. Approved February 8, 1815. 3 Stat. 205. (Exemption of vine-dressers selling wine of their own growth.)

An act to provide additional revenues for defraying the expenses of the government and maintaining the public credit by laying a duty on gold, silver, and plated wares, and jewelry and paste work, manufactured within the United States. Approved February 27, 1815. 3 Stat. 217. (Tax of 6 per cent ad valorem on articles enumerated in the title.)

An act to amend the act entitled “ An act to provide additional revenues for defraying the expenses of the government and maintaining the public credit by laying a direct tax upon the United States, and to provide for assessing and collecting the same,” and the act entitled “An act to provide additional revenues for defraying the expenses of the government and maintaining the public credit by laying duties on household furniture, and on gold and silver watches." Approved March 3, 1815. 3 Stat. 230.

An act to fix the compensations and increase the responsibility of the collectors of the direct taxes and internal duties, and for other purposes connected with the collection thereof. Approved March 3, 1815. 3 Stat. 239.

An act continuing in force certain acts laying duties on bank notes, refined sugar, and for other purposes. Approved February 1, 1816. 3 Stat. 253.

An act to repeal the duties on certain articles manufactured within the United States. Approved February 22, 1816. 3 Stat. 254.

An act to repeal the act entitled “ An act to provide additional revenues for defraying the expenses of the government and maintaining the public credit by laying duties on household furniture, and on gold and silver watches.” Approved April 9, 1816. 3 Stat. 264.

An act to abolish the existing duties on spirits distilled within the United States, and to lay other duties in lieu of those at present imposed on licenses to distillers of spirituous liquors. Approved April 19, 1816. 3 Stat. 291.

An act to fix the commissions of the collectors of the direct tax and internal duties, and to revive and continue in

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force “ An act further to provide for the collection of duties on imports and tonnage.” Approved April 27, 1816. 3 Stat. 315.

An act for reducing the duties on licenses to retailers of wines, spirituous liquors, and foreign merchandise. Approved April 29, 1816. 3 Stat. 320.

An act allowing drawback of duties on spirits distilled and sugars refined within the United States, and for other purposes. Approved April 30, 1816. 3 Stat. 338.

An act authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to remit the duties therein mentioned. Approved March 3, 1817. 3 Stat. 369. (Remitting the license tax on certain stills.)

An act to abolish internal duties. Approved December 23, 1817. 3 Stat. 401.

An act to provide increased revenue from imports, to pay interest on the public debt, and for other purposes. Approved August 5, 1861. 12 Stat. 292.

An act to provide internal revenue to support the government and to pay interest on the public debt. Approved July 1, 1862. 12 Stat. 432.

An act increasing temporarily the duties on imports, and for other purposes. Approved July 14, 1862. 12 Stat. 543, 560.

An act to impose an additional duty on sugars produced in the United States. Approved July 16, 1862. 12 Stat. 588.

Joint resolution to amend section 77 of “ An act to provide internal revenue to support the government and to pay interest on the public debt," and for other purposes. Approved July 17, 1862. 12 Stat. 627.

An act to amend an act entitled “ An act to provide internal revenue to support the government and to pay interest on the public debt,” approved July 1, 1862. Approved December 25, 1862. 12 Stat. 632.

An act to provide ways and means for the support of the government. Approved March 3, 1863. 12 Stat. 709.

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to provide internal revenue to support the government and [to] pay interest

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