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nted in each State, and cooperate with chief of bureau, and defines their duties. 9th. When the militia was called out or accepted by the President, pay and pensions were to be the same as to the regular army. 10th. Repeals certain acts relative to militia then in operation. No action was taken on this bill during the remainder of the session. No. Lxxxiii.--The Joint Resolution to encourage the Employment of Disabled and Discharged Soldiers. In the Senate, on the fourteenth of February, 1865, Mr. Wilson, from the Committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred the petition of citizens of Boston, praying the enactment of a law preferring the appointment to all inferior offices of persons honorably discharged from the military or naval service, submitted a report and joint resolution to encourage the employment of disabled and discharged soldiers. The report set forth: That it was the imperative duty of the national and State governments to give the preference for