Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P061B.pdf)
(110) [Petitions referred] -Incorporation as a Literary Club, was read and referred to the Joint standing Committee on Literature and Literary Institutions, in concurrence. Petition of Thomas Smiley & others to be annexed to the Town of Clinton, was read and referred to the Joint standing Committee on the Incorporation of Towns. Sent down for concurrence. Concurred." of Daniel J. Perley for allowance for attending a destitute Family, as a physician, out of the limits of any Incorporated Place, was read and referred to the Joint standing Committee on Claims, in concurrence.
" of Hugh M. Boynton for compensation for loss and injury sustained while on Military duty, was read and referred to the Joint standing Committee on Applications from sick and wounded Soldiers, in concurrence. [Pet. of C. & O. C Corporation referred to com. on Turnpikes, Bridges &c. Mr. Megquier, from the Joint Standing Committee on the Judiciary, on the Petition of the Cumberland and Oxford Canal Corporation praying for the exclusive right of navigating by steam the Sebago Pond, asked leave to be discharged from the further consideration thereof, and recommended that the same be referred to the Joint standing Committee on Turnpikes, Bridges and Canals. The Report was read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence. Concurred. [subject of taking Census referred to special joint committee] The same Gentleman, from the same Committee, to whom was referred an order of the 5th Inst. instructing said Committee "to inquire into the expediency of providing for the taking of the Census of the Inhabitants of this State &c" asked to be discharged from the further consideration thereof, the same subject having been referred to a special Joint Committee of the Senate and House of Representatives. The Report was read and
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