Senate Journal 1834 (30-318511-P145A.pdf)
by the Committee on Interior Fisheries, on an order respecting the repeal of the act regulating the Herring Fisheries, Resolve in favor of Peter Golding, (reported in the House by the Committee on Claims, on petition of said Golden,) Resolve in favor of Reuel Williams, (reported by Mr Peirce from the Committee to which was referred the Governor's message and accompanying papers relative to the Public Buildings) Resolve in favor of Silas Barnard, (reported by Mr Farnham from the Committee on Claims, to which said Resolve was recommitted,) Resolve in favor of John Dunning, (reported by the same gentleman from the same Committee on petition of said Dunning,) Resolve in favor of Alfred Marshall, (reported in the House by the Committee on Claims, on petition on claim of said Marshall, Resolve in favor of the town of Winslow, (reported on the House by the same Committee on petition of Selectmen of Winslow,) Bill additional respecting the inspection of Fish, (reported in a new draft by Mr Chandler from the Joint Select Committee, to which said Bill had been recommitted,) and Bill enabling the owners of Meeting houses, to manage the same, (reported by Mr Emmons from the Committee on the Judiciary, to which said Bill had been recommitted, severally read once and tomorrow at ten o'clock assigned for a second reading.
Petition of John C. Homer and others for a repeal of certain acts regulating the fishery in the Penobscot River, read and referred to the Committee on Interior Fisheries, in concurrence.
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