Acts and Resolves Passed by the ... Legislature of the State of Maine (Google eBook)

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Stevens & Sayward., 1876 - Session laws
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Contents

An act for the protection of LandLocked Salmon Trout and Bass
92
CBAP PAGE
99
An aet to authorize the nnion of the Portland Athenamm and the Portland
113
An act to authorize the town of Lyndon to loan its credit in aid of
179
An act to amend an act granting a charter to the Alumni Association
185
CHAP PAGE
187
An aot to authorise the Receivers of the American Bank to pay the Divi
200
CHAP FAOX
201
An act to amend the Charter of the Squirrel Island Association
215
CHAP PAGH
247
An act to incorporate the town of Kossuth in the oounty of Washington
271
An act to authorise tho town of Georgetown to build a Free Bridge over
278
CHAP PAGR 107 Resolve in favor of economy in the public expenditure 103
103
Resolve in favor of Joseph Francis 101
104
Resolve in aid of Sola Coly 105
105
Resolve in favor of the Normal School at Farmington and the Normal School at Castino 106
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Resolve in favor of James Johnston 107
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Resolve in favor of the Joint standing Committee on Agriculture 108
108
Resolve in favor of the Passamaquoddy Ixdians 109
109
Resolve in favor of George W Ilewey and Charles L Hewey 110
110
Resolve in favor of the Female Orphan Asylum Portland Ill 135 Resolve in favor of the town of Wellington Ill 136 Resolve in favor of S B Gates
111
Resolve in favor of the Joint Standing Committee on Reform School Ill 138 Resolve in favor of plantation numbered four range one in Penobscot co...
112
Resolve in favor of Samuel C Greenlow of Chapman plantation 113
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CBAP PAOB 143 Rssolve in faror of James Q Oriflin 114
114
Resolve authorizing tho land agent to convey to James McConvillo junior a lot of land in Washburn 115
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Resolve for the appointment of a Commission to reconstruct the Savings Dank Law H 152 Resolve in aid of building a bridge over Savage stream in ...
116
Resolve in favor of George W Kallooh
117
Resolve providing for the payment of Bounties on Wild Animals
118
Resolve laying a Tax on the several Counties of the State
119
Resolve in favor of Chapman plantation
120
Resolve in favor of the town of Sherman
121
Resolve in favor of W S Evans
122
Resolve in faror of the Maine State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts
123
Resolve relating to claims of Settlers on Proprietors Lands
124
Resolve to more fully perfect the Records of the Adjutant Generals Office and to encourage the writing of Regimental Histories of Maine troops in th...
125
Resolve in favor of granting bounty on Bears to certain towns and plan tations
126
Resolve in favor of roads passing through the Indian Township in Wash ington connty
127
Opinions of the supreme judicial court 171 175
102
State of Maine firo engino 113
113
An aot in relation to proceedings in Criminal Cases 119
119
An act to facilitate the detection and punishment in Certain Offonscs 12
125
CHAP PACK
179
An act to prevont tho taking of trout in Great Works stream and
289
An aot to amend the charter of the Camden Villago Corporation
295
CHAP PAGE
314
An act to change and fix the limits of the town of Hayncsville
327
An aot to amend an aot ontitlcd an act to incorporate the Franklin Land
350
An act to provide in part for the Expenditures of Government 274
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CONTENTS OF RESOLVES SESSION OF 1877
191
Resolve in favor of Theodore C Woodman Receiver of the Buoksport Savings Bank 193
193
Resolve amendatory to chapter twenty of resolves of eighteen hundred seventyfive entitled Resolve in favor of Crystal plantation in county of Aroost...
194
Resolve amendatory of chapter one hundred and fiftysix of the resolves of eighteen hundred and seventysix entitled Resolve in favor of John Ryan ...
195
Resolve in favor of Tomah Peol Tomah 196
196
Resolve authorizing tho removal of tho colors presented to the Seven teenth Regiment of Maine Volunteers by the merchants of Portland 197
197
Resolve in favor of Benjamin Alexander 198
198
Resolve in favor of David Dudley 199
199
Resolve in favor of M L Stewart 200
200
Resolve authorizing the Governor and Council to adjust with Francis A Reed a note hold by the state against him 201
201
Resolve in favor of Benjamin R Walker and Joseph C Walker 202
202
CHAP PAG 280 Resolve concerning an amendment of the Constitution of Maine relating to electors 217
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Resolve in faror of the Maine General Hospital 218
218
Resolve in favor of the town of Stockton 219
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Resolve in relation to institutions receiving appropriations from the state 220
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An act for the protection of Smelts In Monsneag bay and river in
221
Resolves providing for certain amendments to the Constitution of the State of Maine 292
222
Resolve on the Pay Roll of the Senate 226
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Resolve on Pay Roll of the House 233
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Resolves authorizing a temporary loan 234
234
Governor Connors annual address 237
237
special messages 256
256
Opinions of Supreme Judicial Court 259
259
Civil government 181
261
Centennial Address of Ex Governor J L Chamberlain 269
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