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Senate Journal 1827 (30-318506-P106A.pdf)

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amended as before for concurrence and the Senate Concd

[Left margin: 1827

Resolve for repairing &c road fm. Baskahegan to Houlton]

Resolve for repairing and completing the Road from Baskahegan to Holton [Houlton] came up indefinitely postponed for concurrence and the Senate concurred.

[Left margin: Resolve respecting the Dep. Sec. of State.]

Resolve respecting the Deputy Secretary of State came up the Senate insist upon their former vote propose a Conference and appoint Messrs Stebbins, Parsons and Williams, Conferees Sent down.

[Left margin: Resolve in favor of Daniel Rose]

Resolve in favor of Daniel Rose was read a second time and passed to be engrossed. Sent down for concurrence.

[Left margin: Bill regulating the sale of Lottery Tickets]

Bill regulating the sale of Lottery tickets authorized by this State was read and committed to Messrs. Stebbins, Churchill and Sweat.

[Left margin: Motion to choose a person to revise the Criminal Code.]

On motion of Mr Hathaway the Senate assigned this afternoon at 1/2 past two of the clock for coming to the choice of some person to revise the State Criminal code under a Resolve of the 24th instant.

[Left margin: Order, relative to adjournment]

On motion by Mr. Gardner Ordered that when the Senate adjourn the adjourn to meet again this afternoon at two oClock

Adjourned

Afternoon,

[Left margin: Resolve, on the Pay Roll.]

Resolve on the Pay Roll of the Senate was read once ordered to a second reading again read and passed to be engrossed. Sent down for concurrence.

[Left margin: Report. Bill regulating the sale of Lottery Tickets]

Mr Stebbins from the Committee reported Bill gran[?] regulating the sale of Lottery tickets authorized by this state and the question, shall this Bill now pass to be engrossed as amended Ordered to be taken by yeas and Nays was decided in the

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Description:

The journal of the Senate 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: 1827

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