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eek; but the motion was lost — yeas, thirteen; nays, twenty-four. It was then passed — yeas, twenty-three; nays, thirteen. The bill was, on the sixteenth, referred by the House to the Committee on Military Affairs. On the fourth of February, Mr. Yeaman, of Kentucky, reported it back, with a recommendation that the amendment of the Senate be concurred in. Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, moved its reference to the Committee of the Whole; lost — yeas, twenty-five; nays, ninety-three. Mr. Olin movewas considered and passed, and was approved by the President on the ninth of February, 1865. No. Lxxviii--The Bill to increase the Pay of the Officers of the Army, and for other purposes. In the House, on the eighteenth of February, 1865, Mr. Yeaman, of Kentucky, from the Committee on Military Affairs, reported a bill to increase the pay of officers of the army. The first section provided that officers of the army should be exempt from the tax on their pay. The second section provided tha<