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House Journal 1826 (30-318941-P176A.pdf)

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Committees – joint standing 7. 23.

-standing of the Houses 17. 22. 25. 26.

Conventions of both Houses 14 17. 18. 19. 20. 44. 47. 64. 65. 75. 98.

Committee on the Judiciary provided for. 12. 14.

-to contract for Door Keeper & Page 9. 11.

-to invite the ministers of Portland to officiate as Chaplains – 9. 11.

-to contract with some person to draft bills &c[?] – 9. [?] 41.

-to report a list of members with the number of their seats. 9. 15.

-on Rules & Orders – 10.

on return of Votes for Governor – 10.

-to inform the Governor of his election – 14. 16.

-on the Pay Roll to be allowed extra pay – 238.

-to inform Governor, the two houses are proceeding on public business. 17. 21.

-respecting Bridge over Kenduskeag river at Bangor – 22. 33.

-attendance of witnesses before Auditors &c. &c – 27.

-ession of the Legislature to be changed to May – 164.

-revise laws giving powers to Courts of Sessions 31.

-on the several subjects of the Governors Message. 31.

salaries of Clerks of Courts & Registers of Probate. 33.

revise aws relating to Lotteries &c 33. 72. 83.

-on Treasurers Annual Report 34. 42.

-setting fires in the woods &c 34. 62.

-protection of wod & timber lands – 35. 135.

-exempting breadstuffs & certain goods from attachment. 35. [?]

amending laws respecting Highways &c 35. 72. 101. 108. 135. 155.

-accounts of the warden of the States Prison. 35. 132.

-revise laws respecting the Poor &c 36. 114. 140.

-to examine Banks – 39.

-enlarging Jurisdiction of the Municipal Court of Portland. 40.

-transferring appt of clerks of Judicial Courts to the Judges of S. J. C. 40.

-amending act providing for sale of Ministerial lands &c. 41. 155.

-revisiong law respecting Gaolers &c &c[?]. 41.

-counties to pay for making roads &c &[?] 41. 135.

-enlarging powers of Plantations &c &c 44. 135.

-repeal law respecting Banks paying two per cent per month &c 44. 164.

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: 1826

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