House Journal 1825 (30-318940-P123A.pdf)
236 Committees - conttinued - - to ascertain if a quorum be present 5 - to preparer rules & orders 8. 12. - to contract for a Door Keeper and Page 8. 11. - to examiner returns oof votes for members & report a list of such as are duly elected. 9. 14 - to consider the subject of a State Printing 9. 10. 65. - to examine votes for Governor & 10. 11. - under Chap VI. Sec. 1. to be nominated by the chair 12. - on employing a person to [underlined]draft and [underlined]copy [underlined]bills & [underlined]resolves 13. 29. to notify Governor of his election 13. ib. - to inform Governor the two branches are ready too receive his communication. 15. 16. - respecting return of votes for County Treasurers - 20. - to invite Chaplains to attend. 9. 22. - on subject of Highways 22. 60. - respecting Registers of Deeds - 22. 37. - exempting Registers of Deeds from payt. of duty of 17 [illegible] on deeds recorded. 110. 196. - on subject of inviting [underlined]General Lafayette to visit this State. 23. 28. - purchase of Greenleafs 2d Vol. of Maine Reports. 24. - on Governors Messages - 24. 25. 28. 59. 64. 76. 96. - fisheries in Piscattaquis Rivers. - annexation of No 4 Oxford Co to class of Mexico, Dixfield & 26. 27. - - do - of Passadunkeag to class of Sebec & 120. - - do of No 8. Oxford County to Rumford & class 123. - [underlined]what towns have received grants of lands from government. 28. 120. - respecting Courts of Sessions 28. 89. 116. - fees of Sheriffs & other officers - 29. 58. - exempting Manufacturing Companies from taxation - 31. 82. - Municipal Court in Portland. 31. - respecting Foreign Attachment 33. 58. - ferrymen tot keep good passages [underlined]on to the lie[?] & 33. 64. - on Annual Report & Treasurer33. 42. - heating on days of Election - 39. 82. - impounding beasts & 39. - contrive a less expensive mode of collecting debts & 39. - making writs of Certiorari, writs of [underlined]right.40. 98. - taxes on lands of Proprietors held in [underlined]common - 40. 99.
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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