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, wounded, or other soldiers, to receive their pay, may be taken before any Quartermaster, who is hereby authorized to administer the same, or before any Justice of the Peace having jurisdiction, or any other officer having the right by the laws of the State to administer oaths, in order that they may be enabled to draw the pay to which they may be entitled." The next special order — the bill from the Committee of Ways and Means, known as the Tax bill — was then called up, when Mr. Bruce, of Ky., asked leave in offer a resolution of inquiry, that the Committee of Ways and Means be, and it is hereby, directed to call upon the Secretary of the Treasury for the amount of each and every appropriation made since the establishment of this Government, amount of interest-bearing bonds, &c. Objection being made to the reception of the resolution, it was not considered. Mr. Wright, of Ga., from the Committee on Hospitals, asked leave to report a bill from that committee to