The National Administration of the United States of America

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CHAPTER VII
THE DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY--I

References. -- D. R. DENVEY: Financial History of the United States, ch. 21- H. C. ADAMS: The Science of Finance, pp. 194-201.-- ROBERT MAYO : The Treasury Department and Its Various Fiscal Bureaus (1847).-- Harper's Monthly, 44:481.-- Scribner's Magazine, 5:657; 33:400--Cosmopolitan, 25:3555--Senate Reports, 1888, No. 507 (50th Congress, Ist session), Vols. 1-3.


CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION

Customs Regulations of the United States.-- J. D. Goss: The History of Tariff Administration in the United States ( Columbia University Studies in Political Science, Vol. 1).- A. S. BOLLES: The Financial His- tory of the United States, II, 486-501; III, 489-522-- Political Science Quarterly, 1:36; 2:265; 13:273.-- North American Review, 158:222.-- American Social Science Journal, 9:132.-- American Law Review, 2:653. -- Harper's Monthly, 69:38; 73:909.-- Forum, 29:54.-- Journal of Polit- ical Economy, 3:39.-- Cassier's Magazine, 15:373.-- United Service, 2:454, 579; 3:38--180.


INTERNAL REVENUE ADMINISTRATION

F. C. HOWE: Taxation and Taxes in the United States, ch. 7.--Senate Executive Documents, 37th Congress, 3d session, No. 20--House Reports, 49th Congress, 1st session, Vol. II, No. 3209-- American Law Review, 2:240- Chautauquan, 16:288.

IN the main the department of the Treasury has to do with the finances of the government and the government control over the currency, but in the past many other matters in no ways related to either of these have been assigned to this depart- ment, and a few miscellaneous bureaus of this sort are still attached to it. Before taking up in detail the different services connected with this department, it will be of interest to trace the beginnins of a financial system during the Revolutionary War and the development of the department as a whole the adoption of the constitution.

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