Senate Journal 1834 (30-318511-P166A.pdf)
Mr. Groton from the Committee on Claims, to which was referred the petition of Hall Clements, reported "that said petitioner take nothing by his petition" read and accepted. Sent down for concurrence. Concurred.
Bill to exempt certain implements of husbandry from attachment and execution and from distress for taxes, came up. The House nonconcurring the Senate in the indefinite postponement of the same and insisting on their former vote passing the same to be engrossed. The Senate nonconcur the House in passing said Bill to be engrossed and adhere to their vote in the indefinite postponement of said Bill.
Bill to legalize the study of Anatomy in certain cases and to protect the Sepulchres of the Dead came up from the House of Representatives amended and indefinitely postponed. The Senate nonconcur the House in the first amendment, adopt the second and third, and order the Bill to lie on the table.
The Committee on Engrossed Bills reported as correctly engrossed, Bill further to prolong the charter of the Bath Bank and the same was passed to be enacted.
Adjourned. Attest, William Trafton, Secretary
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