Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P080B.pdf)
[Bill Taken Dogs]
Bill additional to an Act authorizing, the town of Portland to assess a tax on the owners of Dogs, was read once tomorrow 11 oclock assigned for a second reading and committed to Messrs Balkam, Weston and Grover,
[Order P.M. session 1/2 past 3 oclock]
On motion by Mr. Herrick Ordered, that hereafter the afternoon session of the Senate shall commence at half past three oclock except on Saturday when there shall be no afternoon session.
[Bill - Probate Salaries]
Mr. Balkam from the committee to whom was referred sundry passed relating to Probate Salaries, in the Counties of Washington and Somerset, and also an order of January 25th, reported Bill additional respecting the Salaries of Judges and Registers of Probate and the same was read once and tomorrow 10 oclock assigned for a second reading.
[pet of Pro. Damanriscotta Canal]
Mr. Richardson from the Committee on Lotteries reported a reference to the next Legislature on the petition of the Proprietors of the Damariscotta Canal Read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence. Concurred
[Bill - sale & settlement of public Lands]
Mr. Washburn from the Committee on State Lands to whom was referred that part of the Governor's speech relating to public Lands, reported Bill to promote the sale and settlement of Public Lands and the same was read once and Monday, 11 oclock assigned for a second reading and 200 copies ordered to be printed for the use of the Legislature.
[pet of Eli Sprague Bill - Town of Bayleyville -]
Mr. Dennett from the committee on incorporation of towns on the petition of Eli Sprague and others reported Bill to incorporate the town of Bayleyville and the same was read once and tomorrow 10 oclock assigned for a second reading.
[Pet of C. Stockbridge Bill - N Yarmouth Man Company]
Mr. Weston from the Committee on Manufactures on the petition of Calvin Stockbridge and others, reported Bill to incorporate the North Yarmouth Manufacturing Company and the same
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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