Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P045A.pdf)
(77) Afternoon The Senate met according to adjournment.
At 3 o'clock agreeably to the order of the Convention, the Senate proceeded to the Representatives' Chamber for the purpose of reassembling in Convention.
The President of the Senate pro tem, resumed the Chair in Convention.
[Mr. Smith motion decided out of order] The chairman decided that the motion submitted by Mr. Smith of Nobleborough, in the forenoon session was out of order.
[appeal moved] Mr. Megquier moved an appeal from the decision of the Chairman, upon that question; therefore, [question] The Question "Shall the decision of the Chair stand as the judgement of the Convention", which, on motion by Mr. Dunlap, was ordered to be taken by yeas and nays, was, after debate decided in the affirmative as follows; [Yeas] Yeas. Messrs. Appleton, Bodwell, Drummond, Gardner, Healey, Hilton, Hinds, Phelps and Usher of the Senate and Messrs. Goodenow, Shapleigh, Deshon, Bourne, Stone, Hill, Sandborne, Gamaliel E. Smith, Goodwin, Seaman of Saco, Powers, Gilman, Curtis, Willett, Wells, Sylvester, Johnson of Minot, Mitchell, Blake, Adams of Portland, Swan, Dodge, Waterman, Magoun, Jaques, McKown, Baxter, Sewall, Trask, John Smith, Tibbets, Myrick, Hatch, Perkins, Shaw of Wiscasset, Patterson of Warren, Miller, Peaslee, Pond, Walker, Johnson of Deer Isle, Chamberlain, Allen of Sedgwick, Crabtree, Freeman, Hamlin, Folsom, Mowry, Butterfield, Severance, Weeks, Ames, French, Adams of Gardiner, Clark of Hallowell, McGaffey
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