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(title page) Amendment Proposed by the Committee on Finance, to the Bill (H.R. 229) to Provide More Effectually for the Reduction and Redemption of the Currency.
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1 Strike out Section 2, and insert in lieu thereof, as follows:
2 "SEC. 2. That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby
3 directed and required, whenever, in his judgment, the exigencies
4 of the Government will permit, to cancel from time to
5 time such an amount of Treasury notes as may be received
6 into the Treasury, until the amount outstanding shall have been
7 reduced to two hundred millions of dollars."
1 Strike out all of Section 5 after the word Treasury, in the
2 12th line.