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males employed in the clothing branch of the Quartermaster's Department as cutters shall be allowed seventy-five per cent, additional pay, and all such employees engaged in making clothing, etc., shall be allowed one hundred per cent, additional pay. "4. All females employed in making cartridges shall be allowed one hundred per cent, additional pay, and shall be allowed, if practicable, to purchase one ration each, and one cord of wood per month during winter, and half a cord during summer. "5. The Secretary of War is required, if it can be done without prejudice to the public service, to allow the persons embraced in the second, third and fourth paragraphs of this act to purchase at cost price such domestic cloth or cotton goods as may be necessary for clothing for themselves." Mr. McMullin, of Virginia, requested the reporters to take note that he voted against the bill. The House then went into secret session. The doors being re-opened, the House adjourned.