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JOHN QUINCY ADAMS

President John Quincy Adams vetoed no bills during his administration (Nineteenth Congress, first session to Twentieth Congress, second session).

ANDREW JACKSON

President Jackson vetoed twelve bills, of which five were regular vetoes and seven were pocket vetoes. None was overridden.

Twenty-first Congress, First Session

Regular Vetoes 11 S. 27.

To authorize a subscription of stock in the Washing-
ton Turnpike Road Company.
Vetoed May 31, 1830. The veto message was laid
before the Senate. (May 31, 1830, S. Jour., p. 360;
see also S. Misc. Doc. No. 53, 49th Cong., 2d sess.,
p. 85).
The Senate sustained the veto on May 31, 1830 by
a vote of 21 yeas to 17 nays. (May 31, 1830, S. Jour.,
pp. 381, 382).
Veto sustained.

12 H.R. 285. .

To authorize a subscription of stock in the Maysville,
Washington, Paris, and Lexington Turnpike Road
Company.
Vetoed May 27, 1830. The veto message was laid
before the House. (May 27, 1830, H. Jour., pp.
733-742; see also S. Misc. Doc. No. 53, 49th Cong.,
2d sess., pp. 75-85).
The House sustained the veto on May 28, 1830 by
a vote of 96 yeas to 92 nays. (May 28, 1830, H.
Jour., pp. 763, 764).
Veto sustained.

Twenty-first Congress, Second Session

Pocket Vetoes 13 S. 74.

To authorize a subscription for stock on the part of
the United States in the Louisville and Portland Canal
Company
Pocket veto occurred after the 1st session of the 21st
Congress had adjourned sine die on May 31, 1830.

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A presidential message was received by the 2d session of the 21st Congress on December 7, 1830. (December 7, 1830, S. Jour., pp. 13-16; see also H.R. Doc. No. 493, 70th Cong., 2d sess., p. 3; S. Misc. Doc. No. 53, 49th Cong., 2d sess., pp. 86, 87).

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H.R. 304.
For making appropriations for building light-houses,
light-boats, and monuments, placing buoys, and im-
proving harbors and directing surveys.
Pocket veto occurred after the 1st session of the 21st
Congress had adjourned sine die on May 31, 1830. A
presidential message was received by the 2d session of
the 21st Congress on December 7, 1830. (December
7, 1830, H. Jour., pp. 15-18; see also H.R. Doc. No.
493, 70th Cong., 2d sess., p. 3; S. Misc. Doc. No. 53,
49th Cong., 2d sess., pp. 86, 87).
Twenty-second Congress, First Session
Regular Veto
S. 147.
To modify and continue the act entitled "An act
to incorporate the subscribers to the Bank of the
United States."
Vetoed July 10, 1832. The veto message was laid
before the Senate. (July 10, 1832, S. Jour., pp.
433-446; see also S. Misc. Doc. No. 53, 49th Cong.,
2d sess., pp. 88-103).
The Senate sustained the veto on July 13, 1832 by
a vote of 22 yeas to 19 nays. (July 13, 1832, S. Jour.,
p. 463).
Veto sustained.

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Pocket Vetoes 16 S. 5.

For the final settlement of the claims of States
for interests on advances to the United States, made
during the last war.
Pocket veto occurred after the 1st session of the
22d Congress had adjourned sine die on July 16,
1832. A presidential message was received by the 2d
session of the 22d Congress on December 6, 1832.
(December 6, 1832, S. Jour., p. 19; see also H.R.
Doc. No. 493, 70th Cong., 2d sess., pp. 3, 4; S. Misc.
Doc. No. 53, 49th Cong., 2d sess., pp. 103, 104).

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H.R. 516.
For the improvement of certain harbors, and the navi-
gation of certain rivers.
Pocket veto occurred after the 1st session of the 22d
Congress had adjourned sine die on July 16, 1832.
A presidential message was received by the 2d session
of the 22d Congress on December 6, 1832. (Decem-
ber 6, 1832, H. Jour., pp. 24, 25; see also H.R. Doc.
No. 493, 70th Cong., 2d sess., pp. 4, 5; S. Misc. Doc.
No. 53, 49th Cong., 2d sess., pp. 104, 105).
Twenty-second Congress, Second Session

Pocket Veto 18 S. 6.

To appropriate, for a limited time, the proceeds of
the sales of the public lands of the United States,
and for granting lands to certain states.
Pocket veto occurred after the 2d session of the 22d
Congress had adjourned sine die on March 2, 1833. A
presidential message was received by the 1st session
of the 23d Congress on December 5, 1833. (Decem-
ber 5, 1833, S. Jour., pp. 21-31; see also S. Doc.
No. 3, 23d Cong., 1st sess., pp. 1-12; S. Misc. Doc.
No. 53, 49th Cong., 2d sess., pp. 106-118; H.R. Doc.
No. 493, 70th Cong., 2d sess., p. 5).

Twenty-third Congress, First Session

Pocket Veto 19 S. 97.

To improve the navigation of the Wabash River.
Pocket veto occurred after the 1st session of 23d
Congress had adjourned sine die on June 30, 1834. A
presidential message was received by the 2d session of
the 23d Congress on December 2, 1834. (December
2, 1834, S. Jour., p. 23; see also H.R. Doc. No. 493,
70th Cong., 2d sess., p. 6; S. Misc. Doc. No. 53, 49th
Cong., 2d sess., pp. 144-149).
Twenty-third Congress, Second Session

Regular Veto 20 S. 160.

To authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to com-
promise the claims allowed by the Commissioners
under the treaty with the King of the Two Sicilies,
concluded October fourteenth, eighteen hundred and
thirty-two.
Vetoed March 3, 1835. The veto message was laid
before the Senate. (March 3, 1835, S. Jour., p. 233).
Veto unchallenged.

Twenty-fourth Congress, First Session

Regular Veto 21 S. 141.

To appoint a day for the annual meeting of Congress. Vetoed June 10, 1836. The veto message was laid before the Senate. (June 10, 1836, S. Jour., pp. 421, 422; see also S. Misc. Doc. No. 53, 49th Cong., 2d sess., pp. 149, 150).

The Senate sustained the veto on June 27, 1836 by
a vote of 16 yeas to 23 nays. (June 27, 1836, S.
Jour., pp. 485, 486).
Veto sustained.

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Twenty-fourth Congress, Second Session
Pocket Veto
S. 144.
Designating and limiting the funds receivable for the
revenues of the United States.
Pocket veto occurred after the 2d session of the 24th
Congress had adjourned sine die on March 3, 1837.
The presidential message dated March 3, 1837 was
never sent to Congress but was deposited in the
Department of State on March 10, 1837. (S. Misc.
Doc. No. 53, 49th Cong., 2d sess., p. 151; see also
H.R. Doc. No. 493, 70th Cong., 2d sess., pp. 6, 7).

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