Senate Journal 1834 (30-318511-P213A.pdf)
Bill to repeal an Act for regulating the taking of Fish called Salmon, Shad & Alewives in the Sebasticook River in the town of Clinton 304. " to prevent obstructions to the navigation in Kennebec River 305.352. " authorizing towns and plantations to raise money for the purpose of purchasing land for public Burying Grounds 305.316.329.345.353. " to change the names of certain persons 305.317.326. " additional to increase the Salary of the Register of Probate in the county of Waldo 305.317.333. " additional to incorporate the Gardiner Savings Institution 305.317.333. " relative to principal Factors and Agents 305.317.326. " additional giving remedies on judgments rendered by Courts of County Commissioners and prescribing the mode of levying executions against towns and plantations 305.316.351.360. " to incorporate the Wiscasset Benevolent Society 305.320.332.342. " authorizing the town of Fryeburg to purchase a Bridge over Saco River, in said town 306.326. " to repeal an Act to encourage the destruction of Crows, and also an Act entitled an Act to encourage the destruction of Bears, Wolves, Wildcats & Loup cerviers, approved Feb 11, 1832. 308.326. " additional to repeal certain provisions of an Act establishing and regulating the fees of the several officers and other persons therein mentioned 310.316.360. " authorizing the distribution of the Ministerial Funds in the town of Rumford 350.354.361. " additional respecting the attachment of real estate on mesne process 312. " to restrain the taking of excessive usury 313.321.333. " additional respecting the attachment of property on mesne process, and directing the issuing, extending and serving of executions 313.320.353.
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