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e Senate, on the twenty-fifth of June, Mr. Wilson introduced a bill to provide for additional medical officers of the volunteer service. The object, Mr. Wilson said, was to correct an error in the other bill then in the hands of the President. It was considered by unanimous consent, and passed. On the twenty-sixth of June, the House took from the Speaker's table the bill on motion of Mr. Olin, and, after explanations, it passed unanimously, and was approved by the President, on the second of July, 1862. No. Xxxii.--The Joint Resolution to encourage Enlistments in the Regular and Volunteer Forces. In the Senate, on the fourth of June, Mr. Wilson introduced a joint resolution to encourage enlistments in the regular army and volunteer forces. It proposed that so much of the ninth section of an act for the better organization of the military establishment as abolished the premium paid for bringing accepted recruits to the rendezvous, should be repealed, and a premium of two dolla