Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P090B.pdf)
(168) "to inquire into the expediency of amending the Law respecting Highways", stating that legislation on the subject is inexpedient, came up accepted, for concurrence. The Report was read and accepted. Concurred.
[Pet. of William Homer & als] A Report made in the House from the same Committee on the Petition of William Homer & others, giving the Petitioners leave to withdraw their Petition, came up accepted, for concurrence. The Report was read and the Senate concurred.
[Bill to extend the powers of the Trustees of Ministerial fund in Bridgton] Mr. Hutchinson, from the Joint standing Committee on the Incorporation of Parishes, to whom was recommitted a Bill entitled "An act to extend the powers of the Trustees on the Ministerial fund in Bridgton", reported the same without amendment, and the said Bill then passed to be Engrossed as amended. Sent down for concurrence. Concurred. [Bill to incorporate the town of Blanchard" The Bill entitled " An act to incorporate the Town of Blanchard" reported by the Joint standing Committee on the Incorporation of Towns, on the Petition of Aulger Chase & others, was read the first time and, on motion, was ordered to lie on the table. [Bill to set off land from Pittsfield to Canaan] A Bill from the House entitled " An act to set off a tract of land from Pittsfield and annex the same to Canaan" reported from the Joint standing Committee on the Incorporation of Towns, on the Petition of Elizah J. Buzzell & others, came up, having passed to be Engrossed, for concurrence: it was read the first time and tomorrow at ten o'clock A.M. was assigned for the second reading. [Resolves relating to the Public Buildings. ordered to be printed] Mr. Hinds, from the Joint select Committee, appointed to inquire into the expenditures on the Public Buildings at Augusta, reported three separate Resolves marked A.B.C. which were read the first time, and Tuesday next at ten o'clock A.M. was assigned for the second reading.
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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