Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P077A.pdf)
Bill in addition to An Act respecting Banks
[" Fishery 7.m Brook]
" additional respecting the fishery in the seven mile brook
in Vassalborough, and
[Resolve - M. Chuck]
Resolve in favor of the Mariners Church, were severally read a second time and passed to be engrossed, sent down for concurrence
[Bill - destruction of fish C. Riv]
Bill to prevent the destruction of fish in the Cobscook river in the town of Whiting was read once, tomorrow 10 oclock assigned for a second reading and committed Messrs Kavanagh, Balkam and Mace -
[Bill - taking alewives in Winslow's Stream]
Bill to regulate the taking of alewives in Winslow's Stream and Leaches Stream in the town of Penobscot was read once, tomorrow 10 oclock assigned for a second reading
[pet of A McLillan and others]
Petition of Arthur McLillan and others of Portland for Legislative provision concerning laying out a certain street [?] came up referred to the Committee on the Judiciary, and the Senate nonconcurred the House in their reference and referred this petition to Messrs Megguier and Kavanagh with such as the Hosue may join. Sent for concurrence and Messrs Swan, White of Standish and Parsons were joined
[Bill - Treats on days of election ]
Bill prohibiting public treats on days of election, came up in a new draft which the Senate refuse to adopt. Sent down.
[pet of T. McLaughlin -]
Mr. Dennett from the Committee on Incorporation of towns on the petition of Thomas McLaughlin, and others reported an order of notice. read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence Concurred and
[Pet R. Newall & als]
[Bill - Foxcroft to No 7-]
on petition of Richard Newall and others and Remonstrance of James L. Holmes Agent of Foxcroft reported Bill to set off part of the town of Foxcroft and annex the same to township No. 7 in the Range and the same was read once and tomorrow 10 oclock assigned for a second reading.
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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