House Journal 1825 (30-318940-P123B.pdf)
237. C continued. Committees - continued - - to revise law relating to Trespass.40. - taxes on nonresident Proprietors lands. 43. 89. 117. - on location of Courts in York County 45. 99. 102. - appropriating Masstts claim on General Govt. & Bank tax for purposes of Education. 46. - respecting payment of duties on commissions of Justices of Peace & others 50. - appropriating public lands as a fund to meet Military expenses & - 50 providing that no commission shall be made out until [underlined]duty is paid. - 53. 56. - respecting salaries of Judge of Probate. 53. 56. - compensation to land Agent. 55. - payment of fines & costs into State Treasury 57. - secure public records against fire & 57. - requiring notice to be given of Appt & qualification of [underlined]Sheriffs, [underlined]Coroners & [underlined]Constables. 57. - respecting Houses of Correction. 58. 74. - salaries of the several Officers of Government 60. 112. - Probate Laws. 60. 197. - require Stereotype to be use by the Banks & 61. 79. - exchange of rangeways for other lands for roads &62. 103. - Treasures of Parishes to be Collectors. 63. - suppression of Intemperance. 65. - additional respecting Accounts of County Treasurers. 67. 106. - respecting Education of Youth. 69. 161. - opening Kennebec Road. 71. - report if one gun to each Artillery Company is not sufficient. 71. - costs in criminal prosecutions. 73. 100. - additional to act to incorporate East River Sluice Company. 73. - Treasurers Bond. 69. 74. - fraud in management of Banks & 74. - revise law respecting inspection of lime casks & 75. - appropriation of 500$ to towns of 1500 Inhts for use of schools 80. - Land Agent to sell public timber & 81. 127. - respecting admission of Attorneys & 87. - inspection of Beef, Pork & 88. - respecting herring fishery. 92. - authorizing sale of Ministerial & school lands & revised - 92. 119.
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