Senate Journal 1827 (30-318506-P106B.pdf)
in the affirmative as follows
[Right margin: 1827
Messrs Dennett, Sweat, Stebbins, Elwell, Southwick, Williams, Grover, Weston and Butman[?] 9
Messrs Dunlap, Churchill, Dunn, Gardner, Hathaway, Balkam and Washburn 7
[Right margin: Report. Resolve on the Pay Roll of the House of Representatives]
Mr Weston from the Committee reported Resolve on the Pay Roll of the House of Representatives and the same was read a second time and passed to be engrossed as amended Sent down for concurrence.
[Right margin: Message fm. House Con. J. Holmes elected to ex. State Prison laws.]
Message from the House of Representatives that they had elected the Hon John Holmes to examine the Laws relating to the State Prison under the Resolve of the 24th inst.
[Right margin: Resolve providing for removal[?] of public Documents]
Resolve providing for the removal of the public Documents to Hallowell was taken up and indefinitely postponed.
[Right margin: Resolve providing for a cheap & speedy disposition of the public lands.]
Resolve providing for a cheap and speedy disposition of the public Lands laid upon the table by Mr. Washburn was taken up and indefinitely postponed.
[Right margin: Report, relating to the public buildings in Portland.]
Mr. Churchill from the Committee on order respecting agreement with the proper authorities for the occupation of the public buildings in Portland reported that further measures are inexpedient Read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence. Concurred
[Right margin: Thomas Bond elected to revise the Criminal Code]
Agreeably to assignment the Senate proceeded to the choice of some person to perform the duties of a Committee under the Resolve of the twenty fourth instant Mr Hathaway from the Committee appointed to receive sort and count the votes
reported that the whole number of votes given was 16
Necessary to constitute an election 9
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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