18 Criminal Code Revision Compilation [i] (1981-1982)

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Vol. 18
CRIMINAL CODE REVISION
-COMPILATION-
(95th Congress)
SENATE BILLS (Cont.)
95th Congress: (Cont.)
39) Committee Print of S. 1437, the Criminal Code
Reform Act of 1977, as intended to be reported with
amendments by Mr. McClellan, 95th Congress, August
4, 1977.
40) Senate Amendment No. 1624, as intended to be
proposed to S. 1437 by Mr. Kennedy, November 15,
1977.
41) S. 1437 as reported (Senate Report No. 95-605) with
amendments, November 15, 1977.
Senate Amendments Nos. 1625-47, as intended to be
proposed to S. 1437 by Mr. Scott, January 19, 1978.
(Printed. However they are unavailable for
inclusion. See Vol. 30, item 64a of this Study for
remarks concerning these amendments)
42) Senate Amendments as intended to be proposed to S.
1437:
Amend No.   Proposed by           Date
a)   1648       Mr. Cranston           January 19, 1978
b)   1649-53    Mr. Scott              January 19, 1978
c)   1654-58    Mr. Stevens            January 20, 1978
d)   1659-60    Mr. Scott              January 20, 1978
e)   1661       Mr. Percy              January 20, 1978
f)   1662-65    Mr. Abourezk           January 20, 1978
g)   1668       Mr. Griffin            January 23, 1978
h)   1670       Mr. Mathias            January 25, 1978
i)   1671-75    Mr. Javits             January 25, 1978
j)   1676       Mr. Mathias            January 27, 1978
k)   1677       Mr. Allen              January 27, 1978

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