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he publication of the act empowering sheriffs and other public officers to receive all Confederate notes in payment of public dues. The following are some of the resolutions of inquiry offered: By Mr. Edwards: Of amending the existing laws with reference to auctioneers and commission merchants, and of imposing a tax on land agents. By Mr. Haymond, of Marion: Whether any of the railroad companies of the Commonwealth refuse to transport wood on their roads for private individuals. By Mr. Mathews: Of making provision for the extension of the Central railroad to Covington, and the completion of the Covington and Ohio railroad. By Mr. Buford: Of so amending existing laws on the subject as to authorize counties and corporations to provide for the support or relief of the indigent families of soldiers who have died in the military service, in like manner as is provided in regard to the families of soldiers now in such service. By Mr. Herndon: Of adopting such legislation as will ren