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House Journal 1824 (30-318939-P122B.pdf)

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B. continued.

Bills - continued -

" establishing the Salary of the Adjutant General. 181 199.

" to set off Lewiston from Lincoln to Cumberland County. 189. 190. 196.

" to change the names of sundry persons. 188. 189. 193.

" an additional act relating to Real Actions. 193.

" laying a tax on the several Counties. 161. 194. 207.

" to change the name of Ligonia to Albion 194. 200.

" additional to an act to regulate the jurisdiction & proceedings of Courts of Probate. 197. 201.

" altering the times of holding the C.C. Pleas in the County of Oxford. 200.

" to incorporate the Sebago Pond Navigation Company. 201. 207.

" further to define the power of Courts of Sessions. 206.

C.

Child, James L, elected Clerk. 10.

Chaplains. &c. &c. 12. 17.

Clerk - elected. & qualified - his additional pay &c 10. 199.

Conventions - proposed & held - 19. 22. 24. 25. 44. 57. 74. 88. 89. 146. 155.

Counsellors, elected, accepted & qualified 24. 27. 44. 57. 73. 74. 88.

Conferences. 176. 190. 191. 192. 194. 197. 199. 202.

Controversy between the House & Senate. 174. 177. 182. 187. 195.

Committees - joint standing 27. 29. 38.

- - standing of the House 14. 97.

" to ascertain & report if a quorum be present &c 9.

" to receive and examine the returns of members 11. 13. 14. 25. 51.

" to report a system of Rules & Orders. 11. 12.

" to invite the attendance of the Portland Clergymen as Chaplains. 12. 17.

" to examine & report upon the votes returned for Governor. 12. 13.

" to contract for a Door Keeper & Page - 13. 38.

" to wait on Governor Parris & inform him of his election. 16. 19.

" on making a general law for sale of Ministerial & School lands. 17.

" to revise the law respecting harbours & shores. 22.

" to inform the Governor the Legislature are ready to receive his communication. 23, ibid.

" to revise the Pauper Laws 27. 107.

" on passing a law to regulate the right of the road. 37.

" on providing against unnecessary Costs. 37. 94

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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Language: English

Date: 1824

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