3 Legislative History of the National Banking and Federal Reserve Act Amendments (McFadden Act) P.L. 69-639 1 (1927)

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11)   H.R. 2, a bill to amend an Act entitled An Act to provide for the consolidation
of national banking associations, approved November 7, 1918; to amend section
5136 as amended, section 5137, section 5138 as amended, section 5142, section
5150, section 5155, section 5190, section 5200 as amended, section 5202 as
amended, section 5208 as amended, section 5211 as amended, of the Revised
Statutes of the United States; and to amend section 9, section 13, section 22, and
section 24 of the Federal Reserve Act, and for other purposes, as introduced by
Mr. McFadden and referred to the House Banking and Currency Committee, 69th
Congress, December 7, 1925.
12)   H.R. 2 as reported with amendments (House Report No. 69-83), January 12,
1926.
13)   H.R. 2 as passed the House and referred to the Senate Banking and Currency
Committee, February 1, 1926.
14)   H.R. 2 as reported Senate with amendments (Senate Report No. 69-473), March
11, 1926.
15)   Senate Amendment to H.R. 2 as proposed by Mr. Bayard, March 15, 1926.

16)   H.R. 2 as passed the Senate with amendments, May 14, 1926.

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