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y, calling upon the Governor for information concerning the number of persons exempted by him because necessary to the State Government, their status, age and occupation, with other information that may be deemed pertinent to the matter. Also, adopted, a resolution calling upon the Superintendent of the Virginia Military Institute for information concerning the number of State and pay cadets, their age, and the time of their entry. The bill to increase the per diem of the members of the General Assembly, and its officers, was taken up as the order of the day, and passed as it came from the committee. [The provisions of the bill provide for forty dollars per diem as the pay of a member, fifty dollars for each of the presiding officers, forty dollars for the doorkeeper, sergeant-at-arms and assistant clerk, and fifteen dollars for the pages.] The House then went into secret session upon motion of Mr. Hutchinson, of Mason. When the doors re-opened, the House adjourned.