Senate Journal 1836 (30-318513-P311B.pdf)
School Commissioners, Resolve to repeal a Resolve providing for the appointment of 323,327,336,375School Committee, Superintending, Bill to fix the compensation of, 169175,180,184,191,220. School Teachers, primary, Bill to establish a primary Seminary for the purpose of promoting useful learning and the better qualifying of 280,323,335,352341,245,251,
480,484 Seienite Company Maine, Bill to incorporate 353,357,378 Seats at the Senate Board, Members to draw by lot, 5 Sebago Bank, Bill to incorporate 187,384,398,427 Sebec Manufacturing Company, Bill to incorporate 302,312,342 Secretary of the Senate, William Trafton elected qualified 4 Secretary of the Senate, directed to appoint his assistant 5 Secretary of the Senate, directed to prepare tickets for members, Secretary of the Senate, to draw their seats 5 Secretary of the Senate, laid upon the table a list of unfinished business19 referred 28 Secretary of the Senate, the Senate called to order by, in absence of the President 119,282 Secretary of the Senate, additional pay of for completing the Journal &c 473 Secretary Assistant, Oliver C. Guptill appointed 5 Secretary of State, laid upon the table Senatorial votes 5 Secretary of State, laid upon the table Gubernatorial votes 6 referred 6, report 13 Secretary of State, requested to deposit the Journals of the Senate in the Senate Chamber, during the session 6 Secretary of State, laid upon the table Governors annual message &c 16 Secretary of State, Asaph R, Nichols, elected 20, notified 21 acceptance 38 Secretary of State, Gov. Council informed of the election & acceptance of 52 Secretary of State, directed to cause abstract of Bank returns to be printed on a tissue paper 60 Secretary of State, communication from exhibiting the returns of Fish Inspectors 70 Secretary of State, communication from, transmitting reports of Agricultural Societies 149
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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