Senate Journal 1830 (30-318509-P182B.pdf)
Bill act for the preservation of Lewiston Bridge 131.139. " An act further to regulate the proceedings and jurisdiction of the Courts of Probate 22.214.171.124.254. " an additional act to incorporate the Proprietors of Canton Point Bridge 137.145.202. " act to incorporate the Freeport Fishing Company 137.151. " act to annex a part of the town of Anson to New Portland 137.202. " act to authorize the removal of Prisoners from the Jail in the county of Penobscot to the jail in the county of Waldo 138.202. " additional act respecting the salaries of Judges and Registers of Probate 126.96.36.199.247. " additional act for regulating Ferries 188.8.131.52. " act to incorporate the town of Argyle 184.108.40.206.256.264.267. " to set off part of the town of Canton to the town of Jay 142.149.218. " to authorize George F. Richardson exclusively to navigate the Androscoggin River with Horse Boats 220.127.116.11.209. " act to establish the town line between Bristol and Bremen 18.104.22.168. " act to change the name of the first Evangelical congregational Church & society in Eastport 145.154.203. " an additional act regulating Divorces 147.203. " act to authorize the first School District on Bucksport to raise money for defraying the expense of ringing a Meeting House Bell 22.214.171.124. " act additional to an act directing the method of laying out and making provision for the repair and amendment of Highways 147.235. " act additional to an act giving remedies in Equity 148.155.224. " an additional act regulating Judicial process and proceedings 126.96.36.199. " an additional concerning Foreign Attachment 188.8.131.52.243. " act to establish the Bath Ferry Company 184.108.40.206. " act in addition to the several acts for the preservation of Fish in Penobscot River and Bay 151.156.213. " act altering the times of holding the Court of Common Pleas in the County of Washington 153.
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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