Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P119B.pdf)
[Bill-exempt certain goods for attachment & distress.]
Execution and Distress" reported in the House from the Joint Standing Committee on the Judiciary, came up, having passed to be Engrossed as taken into a New Draft, for concurrence. The Said Bill was read the first time, the Senate adopted the New Draft in room of the original Bill, and tomorrow at ten o'clock a.m. was assigned for the second reading.
[Resolve in favor of S.O. Rogers.]
The Resolve entitled "Resolve in favor of Jacob O. Rogers" was read the second time and indefinitely postponed. Sent down for concurrence.
[Resolve in favor of Maine Wesleyan Seminary]
Concurred, The Resolve entitled "Resolve in favor of the Maine Wesleyan Seminary" came up, the House having referred it passage, for concurrence. The Senate so far receded from their former vote as to commit the same to Messrs. Meqquier, Phelps and Ingalls.
[Pet. of George Downes & als.]
The Report of the Joint Standing Committee on Banks and Banking on the Petition of George Downes & others, came form the House amended, for concurrence. The Senate receded from their former vote, agreed to the amendment proposed by the House, and then accepted said Report as amended, in concurrence.
[Bill, requiring Notice to commanding Offices of Companies]
A Bill from the House entitled "an act requiring Persons enlisting into Independent Companion to give notice thereof to the Commanding Officers of the Standing Companies" reported by a Select Committee of the House, came up having passed to be Engrossed, for concurrence. The said Bill was read the first time and committee to Messrs. Steele, Hilton and Ingalls.
[Bill, add costs in crim. prosecutions.]
A Bill from the House entitled "an act additional to an act providing for the payment of costs in criminal prosecutions" reported in the House from the Joint Standing Committee on the Judiciary, came up, having passed to be Engrossed,
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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