Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P143B.pdf)
(274) Messrs. Scammon of Saco, Bourne of Kennebunk and Kent of Bangor, conferees on their part. The Senate insisted on their former vote whereby they referred said Bill to the next Legislature and declined a conference. Sent down. Both Houses insisting on their former votes, this Bill was rejected. [Resolve in favor of Saco and Biddeford] The Resolve entitled "Resolve in favor of the Towns of Saco and Biddeford" came up, the House insisting on their former vote whereby they passed the same to be Engrossed, proposing a conference and appointing Messrs. Scammon of Saco, Bourne of Kennebunk and Kent of Bangor conferees on their part. The Senate insisted on their former vote and declined a conference. Sent down. Both Houses insisting on their former votes, this Resolve was rejected. [Pet. of E. W. Cazeneau] Petition of Elizabeth W. Cazeneau for leave to convey Real Estate was read and referred to the next Legislature, in concurrence. [Resolve on Pay Roll of House] The "Pay Roll of the House of Representatives and the Resolve thereon" were taken up, amended, read the second time and passed to be Engrossed as amended. Sent down for concurrence. [Bill. Circuit Court Martial] Mr. Steele, from the Committee of Conference on the part of the Senate, on the subject of the disagreement of the two Houses in relation to the Bill entitled "An additional act respecting the Militia and Circuit Courts Martial" made a report which was accepted. Thereupon the Senate insisted on their former vote passing the same to be Engrossed, without the amendment proposed by the House. Sent down for concurrence. [Resolve repealing compensation of] The Resolve entitled "Resolve repealing a Resolve fixing the compensation of certain Officers passed March 6th 1829".
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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