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e, in which they asked the concurrence of the Senate. The latter concurred, and the Chair appointed Messrs. Brannon, August, and Wickham, on the part of the Senate. Senate Bills Passed.--A bill authorizing the Treasurer of the State to destroy certain notes now on deposit in his office, and such as may be received in future; a bill authorizing the Petersburg Railroad Company to increase its capital stock; a bill authorizing the appointment of an Inspector of Leather for the county of Hampshire. Order of the Day.--Mr. Brannon called for the order of the day — the bill imposing taxes for the support of Government. On reaching the 24th section of the bill, a discussion arose as to the tax to be placed on the game of Keno or Kino. Mr. Brannon proposed a tax of $100 on a single table, $50 on the second, and $10 on every other. Mr. Townes thought, from all he could learn from those who are acquainted with the game, that it ought not to be legalized. On his motion,
established a precedent that must inevitably create carelessness on the part of coupon holders. The bill passed — ayes 90, noes 11. Committee Reports.--Adverse to the passage of Senate bill refunding a sum of money to Silas Reese, of Hampshire, and directing the payment of certain interests to E. J. O'Brien. Adopted. State's Prison.--The Committee of Finance were granted permission to send for persons and papers in reference to the report of the Committee on the State's Prison. Re-Charter of Banks.--On motion of Mr. Gibson, of Hampshire, the bill for re-chartering the Bank of Virginia, and all similar bills, were made the order of the day for Tuesday, (to-day,) at 12 o'clock. Militia Bill.--A Committee of Conference was appointed on the subject of the disagreement between the two Houses relative to the bill "amending certain laws in respect to the Militia of the Commonwealth, so as to render the same more effective." The subject of disagreement was an amendme