House Journal 1824 (30-318939-P081A.pdf)
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and Vice President, was called up, the vote passing the same reconsidered and the Resolve referred to Messrs Sturdivant, Parsons of E. & Fillebrown.
[Bill - towns not electing Representatives]
Bill imposing fines on towns neglecting to choose Representatives was read a 2d time and refused a passage to a 3d reading.
[Resolve - James J Boyd]
Resolve in favor of James J Boyd, was read once & tomorrow at 10 oclock assigned for a 2d reading.
Mr Glidden had leave of absence after Tuesday next & Mr Cummings after Friday next
The committee on engrossed Bills reported as duly engrossed - Bill - to secure rent to lessors of house lots & mill privileges - additional to the act for the inspection of Butter & Lard - to limit the tenure of certain civil officers - establishing the line between Litchfield & Richmond - additional to an act regulating towns, town meeting & choice of town officers - additional to an act for support & regulation of mills - additional to an act to incorporate the Trustees of the Ministerial fund in the North Parish in Berwick - additional to an act for rendering the decision of civil causes as speedy & as little expensive as possible - altering the boundaries of Monroe - additional respecting Lotteries - to change the name of Warsaw - were severally passed to be enacted. Sent up for concurrence.
[Resolves finally passed]
The same committee reported as duly engrossed - Resolve, in favor of Mark Trafton - providing for the settlement of the line between Lyman & Alfred - in favor of Samuel F Hussey & Jackson Davis - requiring Selectmen to return a list of ministerial & school lands in their respective towns - were severally finally passed. Sent up for concurrence
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