Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P122B.pdf)
(232) [Resolve passed to be enacted] The same committee reported the following Resolve to be truly copied from the original; vis: "An additional Resolve for opening and clearing a road from Township number Two old Indian Purchase, on the East side of Penobscot River to Mattanawcook stream". and the same Finally passed, in concurrence.The foregoing Bills and Resolves were, this day, presented to the Governor for his approbation and signature.
[Bill. Fishery in Kennebec River] The Bill entitled " An act to repeal the Laws relating to the Salmon, Shad and Alewives Fishery in the River Kennebec in the County of Kennebec" came up having passed the House to be Engrossed, as amended, for concurrence. The Senate so far receded from their former vote as to agree to the amendment proposed by the House, and then passed the same to be Engrossed as thus amended, in concurrence.
On motion by Mr. Ingalls, Ordered, that when the Senate adjourn, they adjourn to three o'clock this afternoon.
[Bill Fishery 7 mile Brook Vassalborough] The Bill entitled " An act regulating the Fishery in the Kennebec River near the mouth of the seven mile Brook in the Town of Vassalborough" came from the House indefinitely postponed for concurrence. The Senate nonconcurred the House in their proposition, and adhered to their former vote whereby the passed the same to be Engrossed. Sent down for concurrence. [Bill. Road in Freeport] The Bill entitled "An act authorizing the Court of Sessions for the County of Cumberland to lay out a road across a Creek or arm of the Sea in Freeport" came from the House recommitted to the same Committee who reported it, in concurrence. The Senate receded from their former vote, and concurred the House in their proposition.
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