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bill to its engrossment was reconsidered. Mr. Garnett then moved to strike out the sixth section, providing for a per diem compensation to the Board. Agreed to. Mr. Collier moved to amend the bill so as to exempt the officers of the General Assembly from draft. Rejected. [The bill exempts the members and the Clerk of each House] Mr. Christian, of Augusta, moved to amend the bill so as to include the members of the Board of Public Works and the Secretary thereof. Rejected. Mr. Beannon moved to amend by striking out the provisions exempting officers of the two Houses of Congress, Agreed to. On motion of Mr. Johnson, a further amendment was adopted exempting the Clerk of each House of Congress. On motion of Mr. Lynch, the bill was further amended by striking out the provision exempting the Doorkeeper of the Executive. Mr. Thompson moved to amend by providing for the exemption of all acting Tobacco inspectors; and Mr. Finney moved to amend the amendment by