Senate Journal 1825 (30-318504-P116A.pdf)
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Senate February 22d, 1825.
[Left margin: Bill]
Bill additional to an Act to establish a Municipal Court in the town of Portland,” was read twice and passed to be engrossed: sent down for concurrence.
[Left margin: Absence granted]
Mr. Parsons of York, on account of indisposition, asked, and obtained leave of absence.
[Left margin: addition to a Committee]
Messrs. Scammon, Holland and Dunn were then added to the committee on engrossed Bills.
[Left margin: Order for a Bill] Order of the House that the Senate be requested to send down the Bill imposing fines on towns neglecting to choose Representatives,” came up, and the Bill was sent down.
[Left margin: Bill & order]
Bill concerning sales for taxes,” came up, and the House refer the same to the next Legislature, and order that the Bill be printed in the paper of the printer to the State, three weeks successively, the last publication to be thirty days before the meeting of the next Legislature: Read and the Senate concur in the reference and order for printing
[Left margin: Bills]
Bill in addition to an Act to provide for the education of youth,” came up, and the House nonconcur the Senate in their amendments: The Senate reconsider their vote as to one amendment, and insist upon all other of their former votes: sent down for concurrence.
Bill providing for holding the Supreme Judicial Court in the County of Cumberland,” and Bill
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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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