Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P059A.pdf)
(105) and Canals. Sent down for concurrence. Concurred.
[order relative to expenditures on the State House at Augusta] On motion by Mr. Hinds, Ordered, that a Select Committee of three, with such as the House may join, be appointed and instructed to inquire what amount has been expended upon the State House, at Augusta, what progress has been made thereon; what appropriation will be necessary to continue the work, in what manner it is expedient that such appropriation be made, and whether the whole expense of the Buildings will exceed the estimate heretofore made of Eighty thousand dollars; with leave to report by Bill or otherwise; and Messrs. Hinds, Dunlap and Hilton were appointed of that committee on the part of the Senate. Sent down for concurrence, concurred and Messrs. Severance of Augusta, Norton of Canaan, Curtis of Brunswick, Bonney of Turner and Lord of Lebanon were joined, on the part of the House.
On motion by Mr. Gardner; Ordered, that when the Senate adjourn, they adjourn to ten o'clock tomorrow morning.
[Message to the House proposing convention to qualify councillors] On motion by Mr. Hilton, a message was sent to the House of Representatives proposing a convention of both Houses of the Legislature, in the Representatives Chamber, tomorrow morning at eleven o'clock for the purpose of qualifying such Councillors elect as have signified their acceptance of that trust, and to request the concurrence of the House therein: [Bill, in add. to C&O Canal Corporation] A Bill from the House entitled "An act in addition to an act to establish the Cumberland and Oxford Canal Corporation" was read once and Thursday next at eleven o'clock A.M. was assigned for the second reading, and in the mean time was committed to Messrs. Megquier, Dunlap, and Hilton.
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