Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P056A.pdf)
(99) same committee be directed to inquire into the expediency of abolishing the office of Crier of the Courts; and of requiring the Clerks of said Courts and the Sheriff to perform the duties now performed by the Crier without any addition to their present compensation, under the direction of the Court. Sent down for concurrence. Concurred.
The Senate adjourned.
Afternoon. The Senate met according to adjournment.
[joint standing committees appointed] The following Joint standing Committees having been appointed on the part of the House and Sent up for concurrence, were joined on the part of the Senate as follows; [Committee on Judiciary] On the Judiciary Of the Senate Messrs. Kingsbury Dunlap Megquier
Of the House Messrs. Boutelle, of Waterville Ruggles, of Thomaston Clark, of Hallowell Smith, of Nobleborough Kent, of Bangor
[Committee on Literature &c] Messrs. Megquier Hinds
Messrs. Bourne, of Kennebunk Shaw, of Wiscasset Cole, of Paris
[Committee on Incorporation of Towns] On the Incorporation of Towns Messrs. Gardner Davee Hinds
Messrs. Small, of Jay Rideout, of Cumberland Powers, of Sandford Butterfield, of W. Machias Chamberlain, of Ellsworth
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