Senate Journal 1826 (30-318505-P091B.pdf)
and Samuel Winter, was thereupon declared elected, on the part of the Senate, and a message was sent to the House of Representatives, informing them thereof,
On motion by Mr. Williams, Ordered, that when the Senate adjourn, they adjourn to half past two oclock this afternoon
Order if the House of Representatives, that the Senate be requested to send down the Bill respecting Broad rimmed Cart wheels, now upon their last years files, was read and request granted
Afternoon, Bill additional to "An Act authorizing a Lottery for the benefit of the Cumberland and Oxford Canal, was read a second time and passed to be engrossed as amended, Sent down for concurrence.
Bill respecting Lotteries and Lottery tickets, as taken into a new draft, was taken up and committed to Messrs Williams, Stebbins and Kimball, with instructions to provide sufficient penalties upon any person, who shall presume to sell any ticket or tickets, or parts thereof, in any Lottery not authorized by this State; and for advertising any scheme of any Lottery not authorized by this State, for sale.
Mr. Stebbins, from the Committee on the Judiciary, on the petition of James Thompson and others, reported leave for a Bill. Read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence. Came up concurred.
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