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Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P057B.pdf)

(102) Tuesday 16th February 1830.

The Senate met according to adjournment.

[order relative to Insane Hospital] Order of the House of Representatives, That so much of the Governor's Message as relates to the establishment of an Insane Hospital be referred to a Select Committee, to be joined by the Senate, and appointing Messrs. Waterman of Windham, Blake of Otisfield, and Burnham of Orland on the part of the House was read and concurred and Messrs. Morse and Healey were joined, on the part of the Senate. [Order relative to agriculture &c] That so much as relates to Agriculture and Agricultural Societies be referred to a Select Committee, to be joined by the Senate, and appointing Messrs. Pond of Bucksport, Weeks of China, Goodwin of South Berwick, Clark of Levant and Hutchings of New Portland on the part of the House was read and the Senate concurred and Messrs. Phelps, Drummond and Hinds were joined, on the part of the Senate. {order relative to Valuation & Census] That so much as relates to making a provision for a general valuation and a Census be referred to a Select Committee, to be joined by the Senate, and appointing Messrs. Norton of Canaan, Hamlin of Columbia, Bartlett of Garland, Jaques of Bowdoinham and Shaw of Standish on the part of the House, was read and concurred, and Messrs. Ingalls, Steele, and Davee were joined, on the part of the Senate: [order relative to Militia] That so much as relates to the Militia be referred to the Joint Select Committee on the Militia and Military affairs, was read and concurred. [order relative to State Prison] That so much as relates to the affairs of the State Prison be referred to the Joint standing Committee on the State Prison, was read and concurred: [Order relative to Public Lands] That so much as relates to the Public Lands be referred to the Joint standing Committee on State Lands, was read and concurred.

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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Language: English

Date: 1830

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