Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P137A.pdf)
(261) declined a conference, receded from their former vote and referred the said Bill to the next Legislature. Sent down for concurrence. The House receded and concurred. On motion by Mr. Steele; Ordered, that when the Senate adjourn, they adjourn to three o'clock this afternoon. [Bill. to take Census] The Bill entitled " An act to ascertain the number and description of Persons within this State" again came up, the House insisting on their former vote whereby they referred this Bill to the next Legislature, proposing a conference and appointing Messrs. Adams of Portland, White of Monmouth and Howard of Brownfield, Conferees on their part. The Senate insisted on their former vote, accepted the offer of a conference proposed by the House and appointed Messrs. Dunlap, Gardner, and Hutchinson, conferees on their part. [Bills passed to be enacted] The Committee on Engrossed Bills reported the following Bills to be truly copied from the originals; vis: "An act to annex part of Otisfield to Oxford". "An additional act to exempt certain goods and chattels from Attachment, Execution and Distress"."An act authorizing the Courts of Sessions in the Counties of Cumberland and Lincoln to lay out a road over the New Meadows River".
and the same passed to be Enacted in concurrence. The foregoing Bills were presented to the Governor for his approbation and signature. [Report relating to Public Lands] Mr. Phelps, from the Joint Standing Committee, to whom was referred that part of the Governor's Message which relates to the Public Lands, made a report, which, on motion, was ordered to lie on the table.
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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