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enate bill to supply deficiencies for the support of the Central Lunatic Asylum was read a second time and committed. Senate bill to enlarge the powers of the Common Council of Petersburg — giving authority to suppress gaming and disorder — was ordered to its third reading and passed. The Senate's amendments to the amendments of the House to the bill to suppress gaming were taken up, and, after considerable discussion, which was participated in by Messrs. Anderson, Hall, Pendleton, Tomlin, Shackelford, and others, adopted by a vote of ayes 56, noes 45. The Senate's amendment providing that 20 per cent, of the value of all forfeited property be allowed to the Commonwealth's Attorney who prosecutes the case, was passed without discussion. On motion of Mr. Pendleton, the bill to commute the pay of the members of the General Assembly was taken up. The amount of commutation in currency was left blank, the filling of which occupied the attention of the House, the bill being u