4 Legislative History of the National Banking and Federal Reserve Act Amendments (McFadden Act) P.L. 69-639 1 (1921)

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67 Congressional Record (Bound Edition), 69th Congress, 1st Session (1926).
25)   House consideration, amendment and passage of H.R. 2:
January 27, 1926: 67 Cong. Rec. 2826-2860 (1926);
February 3, 1926: 67 Cong. Rec. 3225-3253; 3256 (1926);
February 4, 1926: 67 Cong. Rec. 3302-3303.
26)   Senate consideration, amendment and passage of H.R. 2, insistence upon its
amendments, request for conference and appointment of conferees:
April 27, 1926: 67 Cong. Rec. 8294-8310 (1926);
May 12, 1926: 67 Cong. Rec. 9288-9303 (1926);
May 13, 1926: 67 Cong. Rec. 9335-9348 (1926);
May 14, 1926: 67 Cong. Rec. 9436-9437 (1926);
May 17, 1926: 67 Cong. Rec. 9502 (1926).
27)   House disagreement to Senate amendments to H.R. 2, agreement to conference
and appointment of conferees, May 25, 1926, 67 Cong. Rec. 10021-10028
(1926).
28)   Conference Report (louse Report No. 69-1481) to accompany H.R. 2 submitted
and considered in the House, House insistence upon its disagreement to Sente
amendments, request for further conference and appointment of conferees:

June 15, 1926: 67 Cong. Rec.
June 22, 1926: 67 Cong. Rec.
June 24, 1926: 67 Cong. Rec.

11316-11317 (1926);
11760-11793 (1926);
11915-11927 (1926).

29)   Senate further insistence upon its amendments to H.R. 2, agreement to conference
and appointment of conferees, June 25, 1926, 67 Cong. Rec. 11930 (1926).

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