Senate Journal 1828 (30-318507-P083A.pdf)
Saturday February 9th " 1828
[Bill - fishery of alewives - Mt. Desert Bill - Ken. androscoggin Canal also. Bill - District of " Maine Separate State]
Bill additional regulating the fishery of alewives in the town of Mt. Desert, " additional to an Act to established the Kennebec and Androscoggin Canal Association " additional to provide for carrying into effect certain stipulations in the Act for erecting the Districts of Maine into a separate State, and
[Bill agencies of Insurance Compan. Bill - Bangor Mechanic Association]
Bill regulating within this State the agencies of insurance Companies established a incorporated without the same, as amended Bill to incorporate the Bangor Mechanic Association, came up in a new draft which the Senate adopted and passed the Bill to be engrossed as in this new draft amended in concurrence.
[Bill weights & measures]
Mr. Grover from the Committee reported in a new draft Bill regulating weights and the same was read a second time and passed to be engrossed taken into this new draft, sent down for con,
[Resolve statistical view & map]
Resolve encourage and aid in the publication of a statistical view and map of the State came up in a new draft which was adopted, amended and passed to be engrossed, sent down for concurrence
[Bill - duties of man. com. Bill - Ship carpenters - lien on vessels]
Bill in addition to the several acts defining the general powers and duties of Manufacturing Companies and Bill giving Ship Carpenters and others a lien upon Vessels came up severally amended for concurrence & the Senate concurred.
[Resolve in favor of Tho. V. Totman & S.G. Spaulding]
Resolve in favor of Thomas V. Totman and Sylvester G. Spaulding was read once Monday 11 oclock assigned for a second reading, and committed to Messrs Wiston, Sweat and Miller.
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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