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Congress

Session

Date of beginning

Date of adjournment

Recesses
Senate

House

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May 27-June 1, 1970
July 1-July 6, 1970
Aug. 14-Sept. 9, 1970
Oct. 14-Nov. 16, 1970
Nov. 25-Nov. 30, 1970
Dec. 22-Dec. 29, 1970
Feb. 10-Feb. 17, 1971
Apr. 7-Apr. 19, 1971
May 27-June 1, 1971
July 1-July 6, 1971
Aug. 6-Sept. 8, 1971
Oct. 7-Oct. 12, 1971
Oct. 21-Oct. 26, 1971
Nov. 19-Nov. 29, 1971
Feb. 9-Feb. 16, 1972
Mar. 29-Apr. 10, 1972
May 24-May 30, 1972
June 30-July 17, 1972
Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 1972
Feb. 8-Feb. 19, 1973
Apr. 19-Apr. 30, 1973
May 24-May 29, 1973
June 30-July 10, 1973
Aug. 3-Sept. 5, 1973
Oct. 4-Oct. 9, 1973
Oct. 18-Oct. 23, 1973
Nov. 15-Nov. 26, 1973

Oct. 21-Oct. 26, 1971
Nov. 24-Nov. 29, 1971
Feb. 9-Feb. 14, 1972
Mar. 30-Apr. 4, 1972
May 25-May 30, 1972
June 30-July 17, 1972
Aug. 18-Sept. 5, 1972
Feb. 8-Feb. 15, 1973
Apr. 18-Apr. 30, 1973
May 23-May 29, 1973
June 30-July 9, 1973
Aug. 3-Sept. 5, 1973

Oct. 18, 1972

93d

Jan. 3, 1973

Dec. 22, 1973

Oct. 18-Oct. 23, 1973
Nov. 21-Nov. 26, 1973

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Jan. 21, 1974

Dec. 20, 1974

Feb. 7-Feb. 13, 1974

Table 2

Congress

93d
(cont.)

94th

1

Jan. 14, 1975

Dec. 19, 1975

Feb. 8-Feb. 18, 1974
Mar. 13-Mar. 19, 1974
Apr. 11-Apr. 22, 1974
May 23-May 28, 1974
Aug. 22-Sept. 4, 1974
Oct. 17-Nov. 18, 1974
Nov. 26-Dec. 2, 1974
Mar. 26-Apr. 7, 1975
May 22-June 2, 1975
June 27-July 7, 1975
Aug. 1-Sept. 3, 1975
Oct. 9-Oct. 20, 1975
Oct. 23-Oct. 28, 1975
Nov. 20-Dec. 1, 1975
Feb. 6-Feb. 16, 1976
Apr. 14-Apr. 26, 1976
May 28-June 2, 1976
July 2-July 19, 1976
Aug. 10-Aug. 23, 1976
Sept. 1-Sept. 7, 1976

Apr. 11-Apr. 22, 1974
May 23-May 28, 1974
Aug. 22-Sept. 11, 1974
Oct. 17-Nov. 18, 1974
Nov. 26-Dec. 3, 1974
Mar. 26-Apr. 7, 1975
May 22-June 2, 1975
June 26-July 8, 1975
Aug. 1-Sept. 3, 1975
Oct. 9-Oct. 20, 1975
Oct. 23-Oct. 28, 1975
Nov. 20-Dec. 1, 1975
Feb. 11-Feb. 16, 1976
Apr. 14-Apr. 26, 1976
May 27-June 1, 1976
July 2-July 19, 1976
Aug. 10-Aug. 23, 1976
Sept. 2-Sept. 8, 1976

2

Jan. 19, 1976

Oct. 1, 1976

GEORGE WASHINGTON

President Washington vetoed two bills, both of which
were regular vetoes. Neither was overridden.
There were no vetoes in the three sessions of the First
Congress, in the second session of the Second Con-
gress, in the two sessions of the Third Congress, nor
in the first session of the Fourth Congress.

1

Second Congress, First Session
Regular Veto
H.R. 163.
For an apportionment of Representatives among the
several states, according to the first enumeration.
Vetoed April 5, 1792. The veto message was laid
before the House. (April 5, 1792, H. Jour., pp. 563,
564; see also S. Misc. Doc. No. 53, 49th Cong.,
2d sess., p. 9).
The House sustained the veto on April 6, 1792 by a
vote of 28 yeas to 33 nays. (April 6, 1792, H. Jour.,
p. 565).
Veto sustained.

Fourth Congress, Second Session

Regular veto 2 H.R. 219.

To alter and amend an act, entitled “An act to
ascertain and fix the military establishment of the
United States."
Vetoed February 28, 1797. The veto message was laid
before the House. (February 28, 1797, H. Jour.,
p. 726, 727).
The House sustained the veto on March 1, 1797 by a
vote of 55 yeas to 36 nays. (March 1, 1797, H. Jour.,
p. 728).
Veto sustained.

JOHN ADAMS

President John Adams vetoed no bills during his administration (Fifth Congress, first session Sixth Congress, second session).

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