Senate Journal 1834 (30-318511-P221B.pdf)
Order relative to making a new valuation for 1835, 157, 357 " to altering the Laws, appointing inspectors of fish, 163, 213. " to holding town meetings for the choice of town officers on the same day through the State 170. 227. 253. " to an act the limitations of action real and personal and writs of error; also an additional act regulating elections, 170. 171. " to altering the time of holding the S.J. Court in the County of Waldo, 193. 275. " to repealing an act to establish a medical School in this State 201, 300. " to ascertaining the number of Blind and making appropriations for their education 201 " to altering the setting of the Court of Probate for the County of Penobscot, 201. 260. " to private attachment, 207 " to the law giving remedies on judgements rendered by Courts of County Commissioners &c 241. 305. " to apportioning the Bank tax on such towns as have neglected to make return of their number of Scholars 308. 321. " to repeal of an act passed June 28, 1820, establishing the duties to be paid certain of piers, therein named. 315. 327. " to altering a Resolve providing for the promulgation of the laws of the State, 349. 363
Orders (Special) to raise Committee to receive votes for President, 2. " relative to Rules and Orders 3. 4. " to raise Committee to receive votes for Messenger, 4. " authorizing Secretary to appoint his assistant, 3. " " Messenger " " 4. appointing a Committee to inform Governor of his election 12
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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