House Journal 1824 (30-318939-P047A.pdf)
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[Report - Jos. C. Boyd Accts]
Report on the statement of the administrator of Joseph C Boyd late Treasurer, that the same is just, came from the Senate accepted for concurrence & the House concurred.
[Bill - fish in Rivers in Wash. Co.]
Bill to prevent the destruction of Fish called Salmon, Alewives on Dennys River & Winnegance in the County of Washington was read a 1st & 2d time & Wednesday next at 10' oclock assigned for a 3d reading.
[Bill - Portland White Mountain Stage Company]
Bill to incorporate the Portland White Mountain Stage Company was read 1st & 2d time & Wednesday next at 10 oclock assigned for a 3d reading.
[Committee - Inspection of Butter]
An order came from the Senate for concurrence appointing Messrs Fairbanks & Dunlap with such as the House may join a committee to take into consideration the laws relative to the Inspection of Butter - & the House concurred & Messrs Shaw, Sanborn & White of Monmouth were joined.
Petitions - of Joseph Lawrence of Joy to make valid a certain deed - of Samuel Chase & al to be annexed to Brunswick - of Denmark to be annexed to the County of Cumberland - were severally read & referred to the Committee on the incorporation of towns. Sent up for concurrence -
Petition of Selectmen of Thomaston to have the doings of the town made valid, was read & referred to the committee on New trials. Sent up for concurrence.
Petition of Proprietors of South West Bend Bridge to prevent the driving of Beasts or Carriages across said Bridge faster than a common walk - came from the Senate referred to the Committee on New trials for concurrence - & the House concurred.
Remonstrance of John O'Brien & al against the petition of the Trustees of Brunswick Academy, which was referred in this House
Description: The journal of the House of Representatives documents the proceedings in the chamber, including actions taken on bills, petitions and reports from committees read, and votes taken. The journals are not transcripts and therefore do not include floor speeches that are found in the modern Legislative Records.
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