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" ... the forms of keeping and rendering public accounts and of making returns; grants warrants for all moneys drawn from the Treasury in pursuance of appropriations made by law, and for the payment of moneys into the Treasury; and annually submits to Congress... "
Handbook of Social Resources of the United States - Page 126
by Genevieve Poyneer Hendricks - 1921 - 300 pages
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The President and His Cabinet: Indicating the Progress of the Government of ...

Charles Benjamin Norton - Cabinet officers - 1888 - 249 pages
...Treasury in pursuance of appropriations made by law, and for the payment of moneys into the Treasury; and annually submits to Congress estimates of the probable revenues and disbursements of the Government. He also controls the construction of public buildings ; the coinage and printing of money ; the collection...
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Bulletin, Issues 1-14

Education - 1918
...the Treasury ; and annually submits to Congress estimates of the probable revenues and disbursemei.ts of the Government. He controls the construction and...the Public Health branches of the public service, and furnishes generally such information as may be required by either branch of Congress on all matters...
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Official Congressional Directory

1890
...Treasury in pursuance of appropriations made by law, and for the payment of moneys into the Treasury; and annually submits to Congress estimates of the probable revenues and disbursements of the Government. He also controls the construction of public buildings; the coinage and printing of money; the collection...
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The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

History - 1891
...department. The Secretary is charged with the entire management of the national finances. He submits annually to Congress estimates of the probable revenues and disbursements of the Government, prepares plans for the improvement of the revenue and for the support of the public credit, and superintends...
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Story of Government: From Savagery to Civilization...

Henry Austin - Civilization - 1893 - 881 pages
...in pursuance of appropriations made by law, and for the payment of moneys into the treasury ; and he annually submits to Congress estimates of the probable revenues and disbursements of the government. The Secretary of the Treasury also controls the construction of public buildings, the coinage and printing...
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A General Outline of Civil Government in the United States: The States ...

Clinton David Higby - United States - 1893 - 133 pages
...other statistics, and conducts the printing incident to the department. The Secretary submits annually to Congress estimates of the probable revenues and disbursements of the government, prepares plans for the improvement of the revenue and for the maintenance of the public credit. The...
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Official Congressional Directory

1896
...Treasury in pursuance of appropriations made by law, and for the payment of moneys into the Treasury; and annually submits to Congress estimates of the probable revenues and disbursements of the Government. He also controls the construction of public buildings; the coinage and printing of money; the collection...
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Official Congressional Directory, Volume 55

United States. Congress - Directories, Governmental - 1897
...Treasury in pursuance of appropriations made by law, and for the payment of moneys into the Treasury; and annually submits to Congress estimates of the probable revenues and disbursements of the Government. He also controls the construction of public buildings; the coinage and printing of money; the collection...
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Official Congressional Directory, Volume 55, Issue 3

United States. Congress - Directories, Governmental - 1897
...Treasury iij pursuance of appropriations made by law, and for the payment of moneys into the Treasury; and annually submits to Congress estimates of the probable revenues and disbursements of the Government. He also controls the construction of public buildings; the coinage and printing of money; the collection...
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Official Congressional Directory, Volume 55

United States. Congress - Directories, Governmental - 1898
...Treasury in pursuance of appropriations made by law, and for the payment of moneys into the Treasury; and annually submits to Congress estimates of the probable revenues and disbursements of the Government. He also controls the construction of public buildings; the coinage and printing of money; the collection...
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