Senate Journal 1834 (30-318511-P077A.pdf)
140 Provided, the premises are not occupied by the Parish for the purposes for which they were given; read and passed in concurrence.
Order from the House of Representatives instructing the Committee on the Judiciary to enquire into the expediency of authorizing the Governor to appoint and commission a Board of Jurisprudence to revise the Statute Laws of Maine, so that they be plain and easy to be understood, with leave to report by Bill or otherwise, read and passed in concurrence.
Order from the House of Representatives instructing the Committee on State Roads to enquire into the expediency of making an appropriation for the repair of the Canada Road; read and passed, in concurrence.
Order from the House appointing Messrs. Smart of Plymouth, Tuttle of Canaan, McClintock of Bristol, Deaver of South Berwick, and Arnold of Palermo a Committee with such as the Senate may join to inquire into the expediency of revising an act entitled "an act to exempt certain goods and chattels from attachment and execution, and from distress for Taxes" passed March 7th 1826, with leave to report by Bill or otherwise, read and Messrs. Cogswell and Farnsworth are joined in concurrence.
Order from the House instructing the Committee on Banks and Banking to ascertain and report whether the President, Directors and Cashier of the Kennebec Bank have applied the funds and property belonging to said Corporation, on the day immediately preceding the first Monday of January A.D. 1829 to the payment of their debts and the redemption of their bills, with leave to send for persons and papers, and if it shall appear that the same have not been so applied, to
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