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chapter Code 1860, regulating rates of interest. Bill to amend certain sections of Code of 1860, regulating the payment of salaries and mileage of members. Stay law. A bill amending the stay law, passed December 19th, reported by Mr. Joynes, was read the third time and passed. [This amendment is substantially the same as the Senate bill passed yesterday.] Fredericksburg and Gordonsville railroad. House bill releasing State interest in the Fredericksburg and Gordonsviumiliation from you, but with outstretched arms we invite you to our affectionate and tender embrace. And behold how good and pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity! It is like the precious ointment upon the head that ran down to the beard, even Aaron's beard; as the dew of Heaven, as the dew that descended upon the mountain of Zion, for the Lord commanded the blessing, even life forevermore. On motion of Mr. Joynes, the House adjourned until Wednesday, January 3, 1866.
Richmond Academy of Medicine. --Another meeting of this society was held last evening at the Medical College, Professor Joynes presiding. The organization of the Academy was completed by the adoption of a constitution and by-laws, reported by Dr. Houston, chairman of the committee appointed at a previous meeting to draft them. One of the provisions of the constitution, as reported, forbid the members of the Academy to patronize druggists who deal in patent medicines, but this provision was stricken out. The next meeting of the Academy will be held on the first Thursday in January.