4 Legislative History of the Revenue Act of 1941 : P.L. 77-250 : September 20, 1941. [i] (1941)

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Hearings
Hearings before House Committee on Ways and Means on April 24,
28, 29, 30, May 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16,
19, 20, 22, 26, 27, 28, 1941.
. Hearings before Senate Committee on Finance on August 8, 11,
12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 1941.
Reports and Law

(House of Representatives Report No. 1040
Senate Report No. 673, Part I, Majority Report by Mr.
Part II - Individual Views of Mr. Connally
Part III- Individual Views of Mr. LaFollette
I     Part IV - Individual Views of Mr. Vandenberg
I' House of Representatives Report No. 1203 - Report of
mittee of Conference
SPublic Law 250, 77th Cong., ist Session.
Legislative Stages

George.
the Corn-

(/H.R. 5417 as reported by the House Committee on Ways and Means.
,H.R. 5417 as passed the House of Representatives.
Comparative Finance Committee Print - August 6, 1941.
, Finance Committee Print - September 2, 1941.
H.R. 5417 as reported by Senate Finance Committee.
,H.R. 5417 with the Senate Amendments Numbered.
Debates

(House of Representatives Debates t
July 30, 1941
July 31, 1941
August 1, 1941
August 4, 1941
Senate Debates the Act -
September 3, 1941
September 4, 1941
September 5, 1941
September 5, 1941
House Debates Conference Report -
September 16, 1941
Senate Debates Conference Report -
September 17, 1941

he Bill -
pages 6615
pages 6673
pages 6748
pages 6858

pages
pages
page
pages

7425
7452
7496
7514

- 6636*
- 6708
- 6803
- 6888
- 7449
- 7487
- 7555

pages 7609 - 7618
pages 7623 - 7629

*Page numbers are to Congressional Record, pamphlet copy. The
President approved the Act September 20, 1941, at 12:15 PM,
E.S.T.

Robert E. Smylie

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