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Conduct of the Excise board of the District of Columbia. Report of the Special committee of the United States Senate, pursuant to S. res. 552, a resolution authorizing a special committee to investigate the conduct of the Excise board in the District of Columbia ..

Conduct of the Excise board of the District of Columbia. Report of the Special committee of the United States Senate, pursuant to S. res. 552, a resolution authorizing a special committee to investigate the conduct of the Excise board in the District of Columbia ..

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Presented by Mr. Sheppard. Ordered printed March 4, 1915.
"Hearings" of Feb. 23, 24, 26, and March 1, 1915: p. 1-385.
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