Debates and Proceedings in the Massachusetts Legislature; At the Session Which Was Begun at the State House in Boston, on Wednesday the Second Day of January, and Was Prorogued on Friday, the Sixth of June, 1856. Reported for Volume 1856

Debates and Proceedings in the Massachusetts Legislature; At the Session Which Was Begun at the State House in Boston, on Wednesday the Second Day of January, and Was Prorogued on Friday, the Sixth of June, 1856. Reported for Volume 1856

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1856 edition. Excerpt: ...bills were ordered to a third reading. The bill concerning the salary of the Register of Probate for the county of Dukes; the bill in relation to ordering a stay or supersedeas of executions; the bill relating to the support of certain inmates of the State Reform School for Boys and the State Industrial School for Girls (new draft); were passed to be engrossed. The bill establishing the fees of sheriffs and their deputies, was read a third time. Mr. Lee of Worcester, opposed the bill. Sheriffs have already fir larger salaries than other county officers, as he showed by comparing their salaries with those of Judges of Probate and Registers. Mr. Kenrick of Barnstable advocated its provisions. On motion of Mr. Raymond of Middlesex, the bill was recommitted to the Committee on the Judiciary. Adjourned. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Sayurday, April 12.--The House met at eleven o'clock, and prayer was oficred by the Chaplain. The journal of yesterday was read and approved. Papers from the Senate were acted on in concurrence. THIRD INSANE HOSPITAL. The motion to reconsider the vote whereby the House adopted the order of Mr. Pike of Newton, relative to the Third Insane Hospital, was taken from the table. The motion was carried, and the order was then laid upon the table. This was necessary to carry into effect the intent of the House expressed in the vote of yesterday, by which another order on the subject was adopted. rrriTions. The following petitions were presented and referred to appropriate committees: --Of Caleb Stetson and others, to be incorporated as the Boston Inland Mutual Insurance Company; of Ivory II. Lucas and Edwin Mayberry, for payment for surgical and medical attendance upon Margaret Peters, one of the Chappequidic Indians; of the...show more

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  • English
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