MAINE STATE LEGISLATURE
Attorney General Opinions and Memoranda

 
 
Date No. Title From: To: Legislation Statutes Cases Constitution Regulations Other AGOps Notes
02/20/1874 Validity of insurance placed on foreign companies that have not complied with the laws of this State Joshua Nye, Insurance Commissioner RS 1874, c. 49, §50
02/26/1874 Discretion of county sheriff to omit proceedings by complaint and warrant of search and seizure, against certain alleged offenders Nelson Dingley, Jr., Governor PL 1872, c. 62 RS 1871, c. 27
06/01/1874 Entitlement of the Trustees of the Maine Female Seminary to land granted by the State Nelson Dingley, Jr., Governor; Executive Council P&SL 1850, c. 374 RS 1871, c. 5, §9 Me. Const. Art. X, §5
06/25/1874 Taxation of horses and cars of the Portland Horse Railroad Company by the city of Portland Nelson Dingley, Jr., Governor; Executive Council PL 1874, c. 258 RS 1871, c. 6, §19; RS 1871, c. 46, §21
06/25/1874 Jurisdiction of the courts of this State in the case of a someone inflicting mortal injuries on ship mate on board of a schooner upon the high seas Nelson Dingley, Jr., Governor RS 1871, c. 131, §3
07/13/1874 West Waterville tax case S. C. Hatch, Treasurer
01/31/1878 Report on Resolve Relating to Settlers' Lots Under the Treaty of Washington Lucilius A. Emery, AG Senate; House Resolves 1843, c. 146; Resolves 1844, c. 262; Resolves 1854, c. 132; Resolves 1861, c. 61; Resolves 1873, c. 204; Resolves 1877, c. 277
04/08/1889 Effect of PL 1889, c. 313 on current board of railroad commissioners and eligibility of legislators to serve on the board Charles E. Littlefield, AG Edwin C. Burleigh, Governor PL 1889, c. 313 RS 1883, c. 51, §113 9 S.Ct. 210 Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3, §10; Me. Const. Art. IX, §5
04/09/1889 Eligibility of legislators to appointment as commissioners under several resolves of 1889-1890 Charles E. Littlefield, AG Edwin C. Burleigh, Governor Resolves 1822, c. 26; Resolves 1889, c. 176; Resolves 1889, c. 207; Resolves 1889, c. 228; Resolves 1889, c. 232 3 Me. 481 Me. Const. Art. III, §2; Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3, §10
00/00/1901 Tenure of office of appointive officers of Maine Industrial School for Girls Geo. M. Seiders, AG Trustees of the Maine Industrial School for Girls PL 1899, c. 127
03/00/1901 Tenure of office of the members of the Board of State Assessors Geo. M. Seiders, AG Board of State Assessors PL 1891, c. 103 70 Me. 570
04/30/1901 School lands - title- the owners of the proceeds thereof Geo. M. Seiders, AG John Fremont Hill, Governor PL 1824, c. 254; PL 1824, c. 280; P&SL 1826, c. 403; P&SL 1831, c. 510; P&SL 1849, c. 214 4 Mass. 384; 16 Mass. 16; 16 Mass. 76; 45 Me. 133
05/00/1901 "Time deposits" in trust companies and banks Geo. M. Seiders, AG PL 1901, c. 286
08/24/1901 Petition for abatement of excessive taxes Geo. M. Seiders, AG Board of State Assessors PL 1891, c. 103 RS 1883, c. 6, §45
10/11/1901 Scope of authority of the warden of the states prison, in relation to the disbursement of the states prison funds Geo. M. Seiders, AG State Board of Inspectors of Prisons and Jails RS 1883, c. 115, §8; RS 1883, c. 140, §5; RS 1883, c. 140, §8; RS 1883, c. 140, §13
03/06/1902 Health insurance - notice Geo. M. Seiders, AG Stephen W. Carr, Insurance Commissioner PL 1887, c. 109; PL 1895, c. 46
08/15/1902 Loan and building associations. Kindred associations doing business similar in manner to that of loan and building associations Geo. M. Seiders, AG F. E. Timberlake, Bank Examiner PL 1891, c. 79
00/00/1903 Boards of health in plantations A. G. Young, Secretary, State Board of Health PL 1887, c. 123; PL 1891, c. 118; PL 1895, c. 154 RS 1883, c. 1, §6
02/10/1903 Low grade feed stuff A. W. Gilman, Commissioner, Agriculture PL 1897, c. 334
09/07/1903 Paying duties on and shipping smelts through the state A. R. Nickerson, Commissioner, Sea and Shore Fisheries PL 1901, c. 284; PL 1903, c. 70 RS 1883, c. 133, §4
10/02/1903 Blank application for the appointment of "executive agents" and a blank certificate of agreement for Mutual Reserve Life Insurance Company S. W. Carr, Commissioner, Insurance PL 1891, c. 128; PL 1885, c. 295; PL 1887, c. 109; PL 1891, c. 112; PL 1895, c. 95 RS 1883, c. 49, §19; RS 1883, c. 49, §73
10/17/1903 Application of law relating to loan and building associations to the New England Real Estate and Title Company F. E. Timberlake, Bank Examiner PL 1891, c. 79 RS 1883, c. 47
05/06/1904 White paupers on Indian reservation PL 1840, c. 64 RS 1903, c. 2, §1; RS 1903, c. 13, §7 ff; RS 1903, c. 25 ff; RS 1903, c. 27, §1; RS 1903, c. 27, §30 3 Me. 455; 21 Me. 535; 84 Me. 465; 90 Me. 512; 91 Me. 70
10/03/1904 Sale of wild lands for state and county taxes Oramandal Smith RS 1903, c. 8, §4; RS 1903, c. 9, §40 ff 25 Me. 359; 27 Me. 289; 40 Me. 160; 46 Me. 516; 58 Me. 518; 60 Me. 270; 61 Me. 548; 68 Me. 316; 75 Me. 485; 80 Me. 137; 86 Me. 514
11/02/1904 Application of Maine law to New York life insurance company George M. Seiders, AG RS 1903, c. 49, §79
06/24/1905 Expense account of state and county officers Secretary of State PL 1905, c. 49
01/03/1906 Births - record of in unincorporated places Department of Vital Statistics RS 1903, c. 1, §6; RS 1903, c. 61, §26 77 Me. 418
01/31/1906 State officer within the meaning of the provisions of Chapter 49 of the Public Laws of 1905 William T. Cobb, Governor; Executive Council PL 1905, c. 49 RS 1903, c. 2, §37; RS 1903, c. 2, §40; RS 1903, c. 29, §15 3 Me. 481
02/15/1906 State roads - reimbursement to towns by state William T. Cobb, Governor; Executive Council PL 1905, c. 115; Resolves 1905, c. 166 RS 1903, c. 23, §99 ff
03/01/1906 Taxes upon personal property stored outside the jurisdiction of the state Board of State Assessors RS 1883, c. 6, §14; RS 1903, c. 9, §13 93 Me. 333
05/16/1906 State roads - plantations included under provisions of Commissioner of Highways RS 1903, c. 23, §99 ff
05/16/1906 Road commissioners - right to take material within the limits of highway from one place to another for purpose of construction and repair of ways Commissioner of Highways
06/09/1906 Marriage - commission to solemnize not to issue to aliens William T. Cobb, Governor; Executive Council 70 Me. 560
10/18/1906 Plantations - taxation of Board of State Assessors P&SL 1895, c. 123; P&SL 1905, c. 13; P&SL 1905, c. 127; P&SL 1905, c. 366 RS 1903, c. 4, §113 ff
10/31/1906 Savings banks - requirements of certain bonds in order to make them legal investment for State Bank Examiner PL 1905, c. 103 RS 1903, c. 48, §23
11/02/1906 Sturgis bill - payment of certain fees to commissioners and deputies by counties to state treasurer State Treasurer PL 1905, c. 92
11/09/1906 State assayer - not to delegate authority William T. Cobb, Governor; Executive Council 59 Me. 483
11/24/1906 County commissioners - election of William T. Cobb, Governor; Executive Council PL 1831, c. 500; PL 1842, c. 3; PL 1880, c. 239 RS 1903, c. 80, §3 50 Me. 607; 61 Me. 601
11/27/1906 Bonds of public officers Secretary of State RS 1903, c. 49, §119; RS 1903, c. 81, §2
00/00/1907 Marriage laws - Public Laws, 1907 William T. Cobb, Governor PL 1907, c. 99 RS 1903, c. 61, §11
00/00/1907 State printing - University of Maine and Maine Agricultural Experiment Station Thurston S. Burns, Executive Council PL 1905, c. 138 RS 1903, c. 3, §24 ff
00/00/1907 Telephone companies - returns of mutual companies Arthur I. Brown, Secretary of State RS 1903, c. 8, §35 ff
00/00/1907 School mill tax for 1907 Pascal P. Gilmore, State Treasurer PL 1907, c. 111; P&SL 1907, c. 445; P&SL 1907, c. 446 RS 1903, c. 15, §124
00/00/1907 Mattamiscontis - disposition of funds Pascal P. Gilmore, State Treasurer P&SL 1907, c. 95 RS 1903, c. 7, §19
00/00/1907 Insurance agents and brokers - revocation of license S. W. Carr, Commissioner, Insurance RS 1903, c. 49, §97
00/00/1907 Automobile insurance S. W. Carr, Commissioner, Insurance RS 1903, c. 49, §4; RS 1903, c. 49, §41
00/00/1907 Assessment casualties company - reduction of reserve fund S. W. Carr, Commissioner, Insurance RS 1903, c. 49, §126
00/00/1907 Fraternal beneficiary associations - deposit with State Treasurer S. W. Carr, Commissioner, Insurance RS 1903, c. 49, §139; RS 1903, c. 49, §140
00/00/1907 State road matter Paul D. Sargent, Commissioner, Highways PL 1907, c. 112
00/00/1907 State road law - contract work Paul D. Sargent, Commissioner, Highways PL 1907, c. 112
00/00/1907 State road law - completion of contract Paul D. Sargent, Commissioner, Highways PL 1907, c. 112
00/00/1907 State road law - alteration of location by county commissioners Paul D. Sargent, Commissioner, Highways PL 1907, c. 112 RS 1903, c. 23, §1 ff; RS 1903, c. 23, §99 ff
00/00/1907 State road law - articles in town warrant Paul D. Sargent, Commissioner, Highways PL 1907, c. 112
00/00/1907 Contract for state road Paul D. Sargent, Commissioner, Highways PL 1907, c. 112 18 Me. 19
00/00/1907 Salaries of public officers Charles P. Hatch, State Auditor Resolves 1836, c. 30; Resolves 1838, c. 49; Resolves 1839, c. 88; Resolves 1840, c. 32; PL 1843, c. 19; PL 1847, c. 33; Resolves 1855, c. 223; PL 1879, c. 150; Resolves 1895, c. 18; Resolves 1899, c. 3; PL 1899, c. 75 RS 1857, c. 143, §4; RS 1871, c. 143, §4; RS 1883, c. 115; RS 1903, c. 2, §20; RS 1903, c. 116
00/00/1907 Deputy fish warden - form of oath James Donahue, Commissioner, Sea and Shore Fisheries RS 1903, c. 1, §6; RS 1903, c. 2, §37 ff; RS 1903, c. 41
00/00/1907 Fortnightly wages - enforcement of statute George E. Morrison, State Factory Inspector RS 1903, c. 40, §57; RS 1903, c. 40, §58
00/00/1907 Examining boards - disposition of fees received A. G. Young, State Board of Embalming Examiners PL 1905, c. 54 RS 1903, c. 18, §18
00/00/1907 Vital statistics - false returns A. G. Young, Registrar of Vital Statistics PL 1895, c. 154; PL 1903, c. 180 RS 1903, c. 61, §21; RS 1903, c. 61, §32; RS 1903, c. 61, §37
00/00/1907 Fertilizer inspection - available appropriation Charles D. Woods, Director, Maine Agricultural Experiment Station PL 1893, c. 256; PL 1903, c. 217; P&SL 1903, c. 418; P&SL 1903, c. 419; PL 1905, c. 18; P&SL 1905, c. 25; P&SL 1905, c. 396; P&SL 1907, c. 21; P&SL 1907, c. 448 RS 1903, c. 39, §19 Me. Const. Art. V, Pt. 4, §4
00/00/1907 Insane convicts - support after expiration of sentence H. W. Mitchell, Superintendent, Eastern Maine Insane Hospital PL 1905, c. 104 RS 1903, c. 138, §7; RS 1903, c. 144, §22 ff
00/00/1907 State School for Boys - payment of expense of commitment and of subsistence E. P. Wentworth, Superintendent, School for Boys PL 1907, c. 120 RS 1903, c. 29, §57; RS 1903, c. 143, §3
00/00/1907 Industrial School for Girls - placing inmate in care of other persons Alfred Williams Anthony, Trustee, Maine Industrial School for Girls RS 1903, c. 69, §32 ff; RS 1903, c. 143, §23
00/00/1907 State stipend paid to agricultural societies A. W. Gilman, Commissioner, Agriculture RS 1903, c. 60, §14 47 Me. 275
00/00/1907 Criminal law - escaped prisoner - remainder of sentence - extradition Amos F. Carleton, Sheriff US Const. Art. IV, §2
00/00/1907 Corporations - indictments against body corporate and against stockholders, officers, agents or employees Frederick A. Hobbs, County Attorney 20 Me. 41; 43 Me. 198; 57 Me. 402; 74 Me. 268; 101 Me. 481
01/25/1909 Railroad commissioners; appointment of clerk and assistant clerk, R.S. Chap. 51, Sec. 48 Warren C. Philbrook, AG Bert M. Fernald RS 1903, c. 2, §37; RS 1903, c. 51, §48 72 Me. 542
02/04/1909 Alien paupers - P.L. 1905, c. 142 Warren C. Philbrook, AG Fred W. Bunker, Executive Council PL 1905, c. 142 21 Me. 334
03/30/1909 State aid to plantations Warren C. Philbrook, AG Paul D. Sargent, Commissioner, Highways PL 1907, c. 112 RS 1903, c. 4, §114; RS 1903, c. 9, §56; RS 1903, c. 23, §43 19060215; 19060516
03/31/1909 Fees of officers for commitment to State School for Boys Warren C. Philbrook, AG E. P. Wentworth, Superintendent, School for Boys RS 1903, c. 117, §5
04/14/1909 Chap. 39 P.L. 1909 - public bonds exemption from taxation - "after the 1st day of February, 1909" Warren C. Philbrook, AG George Pottle, State Assessor PL 1909, c. 49
06/07/1909 Protection of trees and shrubs from the introduction and ravages of dangerous insects and diseases Warren C. Philbrook, AG E. F. Hitchings PL 1907, c. 15; PL 1909, c. 34
06/18/1909 Chap. 142, P.L. 1905; support of alien paupers Warren C. Philbrook, AG Fred W. Bunker, Executive Council PL 1905, c. 142; PL 1907, c. 113 106 Me. 394
07/15/1909 P.L. 1907, Chapt. 93. Returns to State Assessors by Registers of Deeds Warren C. Philbrook, AG Board of State Assessors PL 1907, c. 93 31 Me. 272; 33 Me. 482; 35 Me. 345; 37 Me. 553; 41 Me. 15; 66 Me. 305; 83 Me. 282; 85 Me. 246; 90 Me. 479; 91 Me. 47; 92 Me. 151; 102 Me. 510
07/22/1909 Legality of investment of preferred stock by savings banks Warren C. Philbrook, AG William B. Skelton, Commissioner, Banks RS 1903, c. 48, §23
09/10/1909 Conditional appropriation for support of a free high school by municipality Warren C. Philbrook, AG Payson Smith, State Superintendent of Schools RS 1903, c. 15, §58
09/28/1909 P.L. 1909, Chaps. 202, 228, state work to be done by contract Warren C. Philbrook, AG George S. Bliss, Maine School for Feeble-Minded PL 1909, c. 202; PL 1909, c. 228
10/20/1909 State School for Boys - powers of trustees relating to probation and release Warren C. Philbrook, AG E. P. Wentworth, Superintendent, School for Boys RS 1903, c. 143, §7; RS 1903, c. 143, §10
12/18/1909 Taxation of personal property of non-residents Warren C. Philbrook, AG George Pottle, State Assessor RS 1903, c. 9, §13 105 Me. 54
12/29/1909 Military law; payment for attendance on drill nights Warren C. Philbrook, AG Adjutant General
02/19/1910 Registration in optometry Charles P. Barnes, AAG Albert M. Wentworth, Secretary, Maine Board of Optometry PL 1909, c. 105
03/22/1910 Dental registration, statute of 1891, reciprocity with other states Warren C. Philbrook, AG Langdon S. Chilcott, President, Board of Dental Examiners PL 1891, c. 43 RS 1903, c. 17, §18 ff
05/11/1910 Chapter 113, P.L. 1909 - foreign corporations, certificates to be files with the Secretary of State Warren C. Philbrook, AG Arthur I. Brown, Secretary of State PL 1909, c. 113
05/12/1910 University of Maine - trustees and their powers Warren C. Philbrook, AG Bert M. Fernald P&SL 1865, c. 532; P&SL 1867, c. 362; PL 1874, c. 194
05/17/1910 Powers of public boards of health in connection with school property Charles P. Barnes, AAG A. G. Young, Secretary and Registrar of Vital Statistics PL 1909, c. 73 RS 1903, c. 15, §34; RS 1903, c. 18, §41; RS 1903, c. 18, §43; RS 1903, c. 18, §44
05/24/1910 State roads - contract for construction - parties thereto Warren C. Philbrook, AG Paul D. Sargent, Commissioner, Highways PL 1909, c. 69
07/05/1910 Distinction between wild birds and game birds; transportation out of state Warren C. Philbrook, AG J. W. Brackett, Commissioner, Inland Fish and Game PL 1905, c. 132; PL 1909, c. 90 RS 1903, c. 32, §8; RS 1903, c. 32, §40
07/15/1910 R.S. Chap. 32, Sec. 40 - screening outlets of ponds or lakes - payment of expense - from what source Warren C. Philbrook, AG J. W. Brackett, Commissioner, Inland Fish and Game Resolves 1909, c. 145; Resolves 1909, c. 215 RS 1903, c. 2, §20; RS 1903, c. 32, §40
07/28/1910 Investment of deposits in savings banks - R.S. Chap. 48, Sec. 23, Sub. Division 5, as amended by Chap. 11, P.L. 1909 Warren C. Philbrook, AG William B. Skelton, Commissioner, Banks PL 1909, c. 11 RS 1903, c. 48, §23
08/03/1910 Fish ways, R.S. Chap. 32, Sec. 41 Warren C. Philbrook, AG J. W. Brackett, Commissioner, Inland Fish and Game RS 1903, c. 32, §41
08/05/1910 Railroad companies; taxation of; apportionment of tax to cities and towns Warren C. Philbrook, AG Pascal P. Gilmore, State Treasurer RS 1903, c. 8, §24 23 Me. 248; 37 Me. 543; 48 Me. 368
08/19/1910 Marriage; persons authorized to solemnize marriages; ceremony by British consular officer Warren C. Philbrook, AG Bert M. Fernald PL 1909, c. 161 RS 1903, c. 61, §11; RS 1903, c. 61, §12; RS 1903, c. 61, §16 6 Me. 148
11/11/1910 License to corporation to buy, sell and tan deer skins and other valuable skins Warren C. Philbrook, AG J. W. Brackett, Commissioner, Inland Fish and Game PL 1907, c. 126 RS 1903, c. 32, §30
11/22/1910 Dexter Loan & Building Association Warren C. Philbrook, AG Pascal P. Gilmore, State Treasurer PL 1909, c. 24 RS 1903, c. 8, §57 103 Me. 418
01/08/1913 State Board of Health - towns not obliged to pay for antitoxin unless purchased of parties designated by state board Scott Wilson, AG A. G. Young, Secretary, State Board of Health PL 1909, c. 55
05/14/1913 Agricultural commissioner - authorized to direct work of live stock sanitary commissioner Scott Wilson, AG J. A. Roberts, Commissioner, Agriculture PL 1911, c. 195
08/06/1913 Board of Medical Registration - meetings and certificates Scott Wilson, AG F. W. Pearl, Secretary, Board of Medical Registration
08/08/1913 Sea and shore fisheries - right of warden to search vessels Scott Wilson, AG Henry D. S. Woodbury, Commissioner, Sea and Shore Fisheries RS 1903, c. 41, §59
09/24/1913 Taxation of breakwater Scott Wilson, AG B. G. McIntire, Chairman, Board of State Assessors
09/25/1913 Taxation of personal property on New England Telephone and Telegraph Company Scott Wilson, AG B. G. McIntire, Chairman, Board of State Assessors PL 1909, c. 210 RS 1903, c. 8, §35; RS 1903, c. 8, §37; RS 1903, c. 8, §41
12/16/1913 Marriage - authority to perform ceremony after one has ceased to be a clergyman or ordained minister Scott Wilson, AG Joseph E. Alexander, Secretary of State PL 1909, c. 161 RS 1903, c. 61, §11
01/03/1914 License to sell stock by corporations Scott Wilson, AG Harry M. Smith, Commissioner, Banks PL 1913, c. 209
01/08/1914 Board of Health - duty and expense of disinfecting Scott Wilson, AG A. G. Young, Secretary, Board of Health PL 1909, c. 78 RS 1903, c. 18, §28
01/14/1914 Highways - procedure of voting funds for state aid highways in cities Scott Wilson, AG Paul D. Sargent, Chief Engineer, Highway Commission PL 1913, c. 130
01/14/1914 Highway Commission - authority to accept assignment of funds due on highway contracts Scott Wilson, AG Paul D. Sargent, Chief Engineer, Highway Commission
01/14/1914 Public lands - authority of land agent to lease Scott Wilson, AG Blaine S. Viles, Land Agent 102 Me. 222
02/04/1914 Blue Sky Law - what constitutes "dealer in securities" Scott Wilson, AG Harry M. Smith, Commissioner, Banks PL 1913, c. 209
02/04/1914 Savings banks - investment in bonds of corporation operating railroad and other public utilities Scott Wilson, AG Harry M. Smith, Commissioner, Banks RS 1903, c. 48, §23
02/04/1914 Blue Sky Law - dealers, information required to be filed Scott Wilson, AG Harry M. Smith, Commissioner, Banks PL 1913, c. 209
02/11/1914 Teacher's pensions - superintendents of schools not excluded Scott Wilson, AG Payson Smith, State Superintendent of Schools PL 1913, c. 75
02/13/1914 Schools - authority of committee appointed by town to establish school Scott Wilson, AG Payson Smith, State Superintendent of Schools RS 1903, c. 15, §2
03/30/1914 Taxation of logs Harold H. Murchie, AAG B. G. McIntire, Chairman, Board of State Assessors RS 1903, c. 9, §13 53 Me. 519; 93 Me. 333
04/01/1914 Political parties - nomination by party of members of another party at primary election Scott Wilson, AG Joseph E. Alexander, Secretary of State
04/18/1914 Automobiles - registration of Harold H. Murchie, AAG Joseph E. Alexander, Secretary of State PL 1911, c. 162
04/29/1914 Register of deeds - whether a woman is eligible to hold office Scott Wilson, AG Joseph E. Alexander, Secretary of State PL 1821, c. 98; PL 1899, c. 98 62 Me. 596
05/13/1914 Re-valuation of real estate by state assessors Scott Wilson, AG B. G. McIntire, Chairman, Board of State Assessors PL 1849, c. 148; Resolves 1850, c. 229; Resolves 1860, c. 340; Resolves 1870, c. 191; PL 1879, c. 161; PL 1889, c. 260 RS 1903, c. 9, §73; RS 1903, c. 9, §74 Me Const. Art. IX, §7
05/13/1914 Highways - rescission by town of vote to appropriate after highway commission has apportioned state's money Scott Wilson, AG Paul D. Sargent, Chief Engineer, Highway Commission RS 1903, c. 23, §19; RS 1903, c. 23, §21; RS 1903, c. 23, §25
05/15/1914 Representative apportionment - resolve of 1911 as applied to Long Pond, Somerset County Harold H. Murchie, AAG Joseph E. Alexander, Secretary of State Resolves 1911, c. 226 33 Me. 587
05/20/1914 Automobiles - registration of by dealer and garage owners Scott Wilson, AG Joseph E. Alexander, Secretary of State PL 1911, c. 162
05/27/1914 Political parties - parties entitled to have election or ballot clerks at primary and general election Scott Wilson, AG Joseph E. Alexander, Secretary of State PL 1909, c. 17 RS 1903, c. 6, §3 ff; RS 1903, c. 6, §21
06/25/1914 Highways - right of state to close for repair, discommoding carriage of mail Scott Wilson, AG Paul D. Sargent, Chief Engineer, Highway Commission
07/08/1914 Corporations - appointment of attorney by foreign corporations Scott Wilson, AG Joseph E. Alexander, Secretary of State PL 1911, c. 152 60 Me. 468
08/20/1914 Educational institutions - not excepted from assessment under Para. II, Sec. 6, Chapter 9 Scott Wilson, AG T. F. Callahan, State Auditor Rs 1903, c. 9, §6
08/20/1914 Highways - authority to close Scott Wilson, AG Paul D. Sargent, Chief Engineer, Highway Commission 16 Me. 187; 38 Me. 219
10/02/1914 Alms houses - not work houses or houses of correction Scott Wilson, AG James F. Bagley, Secretary, State Board of Charities and Corrections
10/09/1914 Forestry district - expenses from unappropriated funds Scott Wilson, AG T. F. Callahan, State Auditor PL 1909, c. 193; PL 1913, c. 85
10/13/1914 Street railway location - ratification of acts of municipal officers Scott Wilson, AG Frank Keiser, Commissioner, Railroads P&SL 1913, c. 205 RS 1903, c. 53, §7; RS 1903, c. 53, §21
11/24/1914 Taxation of mortgages and savings bank deposits in other states Roscoe T. Holt, AAG B. G. McIntire, Chairman, Board of State Assessors PL 1911, c. 179 RS 1903, c. 9, §5; RS 1903, c. 9, §6; RS 1903, c. 9, §12
12/19/1914 Conditional pardons Scott Wilson, AG Edward W. Wheeler
12/19/1914 Highways - change of grade Scott Wilson, AG Lyman H. Nelson, Chairman, State Highway Commission PL 1913, c. 130 RS 1903, c. 23, §68
12/23/1914 Bangor Power Company bonds Scott Wilson, AG Harry M. Smith, Commissioner, Banks
12/31/1914 Coroners - expense of inquest and burial of "stranger not belonging to state" Scott Wilson, AG T. F. Callahan, State Auditor PL 1821, c. 93; PL 1909, c. 185 RS 1903, c. 140, §11 2 Me. 411; 43 Me. 406; 49 Me. 367; 108 Me. 489
01/12/1917 Penobscot Indians - loss of right to dividends, etc., by establishing residence outside reservation Guy H. Sturgis, AG Carl E. Milliken, Governor; Executive Council RS 1916, c. 14, §18
01/26/1917 Loan and building associations - taxation of bonds of Maine Real Estate and Title Company Guy H. Sturgis, AG Norman H. Fay, Executive Council P&SL 1915, c. 120 RS 1916, c. 9, §64
03/01/1917 Woman's Reformatory - right of trustee to serve as superintendent of construction Guy H. Sturgis, AG Carl E. Milliken, Governor; Executive Council PL 1915, c. 206 RS 1916, c. 122, §11; RS 1916, c. 142, §14; RS 1916, c. 142, §16; RS 1916, c. 142, §16; RS 1916, c. 142, §57; RS 1916, c. 142, §58 113 Me. 317
04/02/1917 Workmen's compensation - computation of average weekly wage Guy H. Sturgis, AG Industrial Accident Commission PL 1915, c. 295 RS 1916, c. 50, §1 ff 116 Me. 81
04/13/1917 Armory at University of Maine - validity of resolve appropriating for as war measure Guy H. Sturgis, AG Carl E. Milliken, Governor PL 1917, c. 187 Me. Const. Art. IX, §14 References 1917 Resolve to Provide for the Building of an Armory at the University of Maine, which was vetoed by the Governor (see 1919 Laws of Maine). This bill was not printed.
04/20/1917 School union - exercise of right to withdraw Franklin Fisher, AAG Glenn W. Starky, State Superintendent of Schools RS 1916, c. 16, §55
04/25/1917 Joint Resolution as legislation Franklin Fisher, AAG Roy L. Wardwell, State Auditor Resolves 1917, c. 58 RS 1916, c. 147, §2 Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3, §2
04/25/1917 Public records - use of card system by tax assessors Guy H. Sturgis, AG Board of State Assessors RS 1883 c. 3, §10; RS 1916, c. 10, §85; RS 1916, c. 10; §88 76 Me. 532; 94 Me. 354; 98 Me. 145; 102 Me. 414
05/21/1917 Savings banks - right to invest in electric railroad securities Guy H. Sturgis, AG Irving E. Vernon, Commissioner, Banks PL 1917, c. 147 RS 1916, c. 52, §27
06/11/1917 Tuberculosis - power to deport or isolate citizen of another state - right of municipality to reimbursement from state Guy H. Sturgis, AG A. G. Young, Secretary, State Board of Health RS 1916, c. 19, §69 ff; RS 1916, c. 29, §25 ff
06/11/1917 Maintenance of state and state aid highways - duties of State Highway Commission Guy H. Sturgis, AG Paul D. Sargent, Chief Engineer, Highway Commission RS 1916, c. 25, §8; RS 1916, c. 25, §9; RS 1916, c. 25, §17; RS 1916, c. 25, §24 ff
07/10/1917 State aid to families of volunteers under law of 1917 - duties and powers of municipalities - persons entitled to benefits Guy H. Sturgis, AG Carl E. Milliken, Governor PL 1917, c. 276 111 Me. 38
07/10/1917 Erection and equipping of armories in cities from funds raised by war loan Guy H. Sturgis, AG Carl E. Milliken, Governor Resolves 1917, c. 100; Resolves 1917, c. 105 Me. Const. Art. IX, §14
07/17/1917 Fifty-four hour law - application to European plan hotel Franklin Fisher, AAG Roscoe A. Eddy, Commissioner, Labor PL 1915, c. 350
07/25/1917 Bridge law - application to case where only one of two towns involved will have tax rate in excess of five per cent Guy H. Sturgis, AG Paul D. Sargent, Chief Engineer, Highway Commission PL 1915, c. 319; PL 1917, c. 304
08/01/1917 Taxation of parlor and sleeping car companies - time of taking effect of Chapter 210 of Public Laws of 1917 Franklin Fisher, AAG Board of State Assessors PL 1901, c. 174; PL 1917, c. 210 RS 1903, c. 8, §32; RS 1916, c. 9, §33
10/04/1917 State Board of Examiners for Embalmers - relative to State Department of Health Franklin Fisher, AAG State Department of Health PL 1917, c. 197 RS 1916, c. 19, §1; RS 1916, c. 19, §4; RS 1916, c. 19, §26
12/28/1917 Bath military and naval orphan asylum - liability to taxation - amendment of general statute by private and special legislation Franklin Fisher, AAG Carl E. Milliken, Governor P&SL 1913, c. 199 RS 1916, c. 10, §6
01/02/1918 Liability of pipe line of water district to taxation Franklin Fisher, AAG Board of State Assessors RS 1903, c. 9, §6; RS 1916, c. 10, §6 96 Me. 234; 101 Me. 148
01/07/1918 Abatement of taxes by state assessors Franklin Fisher, AAG Board of State Assessors RS 1916, c. 9, §4; RS 1916, c. 9, §12
01/25/1918 Public office - eligibility of women - register of probate Guy H. Sturgis, AG Carl E. Milliken, Governor RS 1916, c. 67, §26 62 Me. 596 Me. Const. Art. VI, §4; Me. Const. Art. VI, §7
02/01/1918 Primary nominations - use of ditto marks - signature of voter by another person Guy H. Sturgis, AG Frank W. Ball, Secretary of State PL 1913, c. 127; PL 1913, c. 221 RS 1916, c. 6 70 Me. 560; 86 Me. 42
02/04/1918 State Librarian - compensation for work on Maine Library Bulletin Guy H. Sturgis, AG Carl E. Milliken, Governor P&SL 1917, c. 164 RS 1916, c. 117, §23 6 S.Ct. 1185
02/11/1918 Public health - power of State Department of Health to quarantine theaters and moving picture houses Franklin Fisher, AAG L. D. Bristol, Commissioner, Health RS 1883, c. 14, §30; RS 1916, c. 19, §22 64 Me. 120; 95 US 465; 8 S.Ct. 273; 14 S.Ct. 499; 24 S.Ct. 124; 25 S.Ct. 18; 25 S.Ct. 358; 26 S.Ct. 100
02/19/1918 Workmen's compensation - computation of average weekly wage where employee works seven days per week Franklin Fisher, AAG Industrial Accident Commission RS 1916, c. 50, §1 116 Me. 81
03/21/1918 Taxation - liability to taxation of deposits by Maine citizens in New Hampshire savings banks Guy H. Sturgis, AG Board of State Assessors RS 1916, c. 9, §59 ff; RS 1916, c. 10, §5; RS 1916, c. 10, §14 103 Me. 418; 6 S.Ct. 645
05/01/1918 Taxation of vessels under construction Franklin Fisher, AAG Board of State Assessors RS 1916, c. 10, §14
05/20/1918 Taxation of personal property in unorganized townships Franklin Fisher, AAG Board of State Assessors PL 1917, c. 253 RS 1916, c. 10, §6; RS 1916, c. 10, §14 93 Me. 333
08/21/1918 Motor vehicles - revocation of operator's license for conviction of crime in New Hampshire Franklin Fisher, AAG Frank W. Ball, Secretary of State PL 1917, c. 213
10/01/1918 Register of deeds - eligibility of member of Board of Registration to office - effect of majority vote for ineligible candidate Guy H. Sturgis, AG Frank W. Ball, Secretary of State RS 1916, c. 5, §6; RS 1916, c. 7, §41; RS 1916, c. 7, §53
10/22/1918 Tenure of office - holding over after expiration of term until new appointment made - Maine Board of Accountancy Guy H. Sturgis, AG Roy L. Wardwell, State Auditor PL 1895, c. 138 RS 1903, c. 2, §37; RS 1916, c. 2, §41
11/21/1918 Auditing and allowance of claims against state - relative powers and duties of State Auditor and Governor and Council - power to require itemized statement Guy H. Sturgis, AG Carl E. Milliken, Governor; Executive Council PL 1907, c. 147 RS 1903, c. 2, §23; RS 1916, c. 2, §81 ff; RS 1916, c. 114, §11 70 Me. 560 Me. Const. Art. V, §1; Me. Const. Art. V, §4
09/04/1919 Minor as notary public Fred F. Lawrence, Deputy AG Carl E. Milliken, Governor Not in bound volumes
05/01/1936 Incompatibility of person service as selectman and member of school committee Deputy AG A. A. Peterson PL 1933, c. 41
05/15/1936 Incompatibility of person service as selectman and office of superintending school committee Deputy AG A. M. Drake RS 1930, c. 19, §10 Includes correspondence
07/09/1940 State Auditor's inquiry as to division of duties between himself and the Controller John. S. S. Fessenden, AAG Mr. Burkett RS 1930, c. 2, §105
01/24/1941 Power to issue complimentary hunting and/or fishing licenses Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor RS 1930, c. 38, §19; RS 1930, c. 38, §41
01/30/1941 Report on amounts recovered from former Controller Frank I. Cowan, AG Nathaniel Tompkins, President of the Senate; George D. Varney, Speaker of the House HP 455 (90th Legis. 1941)
02/07/1941 Railroad tax apportionment Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor 136 Me. 525 Council Order #18
02/11/1941 Discount given to hotels and clubs by the Liquor Commission Frank I. Cowan, AG H. E. Rodgers, State Controller PL 1941, c. 257
02/27/1941 Release of persons from institutions other than the prison Frank I. Cowan, AG George W. Leadbetter, Commissioner of Institutional Service PL 1933, c. 1; PL 1939, c. 223
02/28/1941 Release of persons from institutions Sanford L. Fogg, Deputy AG George W. Leadbetter, Commissioner of Institutional Service
02/28/1941 Payment of persons in the tuberculosis sanatoriums Frank I. Cowan, AG George W. Leadbetter, Commissioner of Institutional Service PL 1933, c. 270
03/03/1941 Tax deeds and lien certificates acquired by town against property through the Farm Lands Loan Commission Frank I. Cowan, AG Carl R. Smith, Secretary, Farm Lands Loan Commission
03/03/1941 Condemnation proceedings at Millinocket Airport Sanford L. Fogg, Deputy AG C. S. Robinson, Administrative Director, State Military Defense Commission PL 1939, c. 308
03/05/1941 Payment of damage dome by deer or moose Frank I. Cowan, AG Archer L. Grover, Deputy Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1930, c. 38, §61
03/05/1941 Liability for injuries by students taking part in defense training programs Frank I. Cowan, AG Bertram E. Packard, Commissioner of Education
03/20/1941 Barber shop licensing in town with increased population Frank I. Cowan, AG Elmer W. Campbell, Chief Clerk, Board of Barbers and Hairdressers PL 1937, c. 190
03/25/1941 Constitutionality of placing a different rate of taxation on the realty from that assessed against personalty Frank I. Cowan, AG James K. Chamberlain, Senate 68 Me. 582; 93 Me. 586; 109 Me. 169; 121 Me. 306; 123 Me. 121 Me. Const. Art. IX, §8
03/27/1941 Railroad taxes Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor RS 1930, c. 12, §29 136 Me. 525
04/01/1941 State trust funds Frank I. Cowan, AG Frederick G. Payne, Commissioner of Finance and Budget Officer
04/14/1941 Publication of municipal audits Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor
04/21/1941 State Liquor Commission granting rebates of excise taxes to wholesalers William W. Gallagher, AAG State Liquor Commission PL 1933, c. 268; PL 1937, c. 236; P&SL 1937, c. 15; PL 1943, c. 302 46 S.Ct. 172; 48 S.Ct. 451; 50 S.Ct. 419; 34 Ct.Cl. 458; 67 F. 2d 590
05/13/1941 Conviction for reckless driving Frank I. Cowan, AG Henry P. Weaver, Chief, Maine State Police PL 1937, c. 211 RS 1930, c. 29, §86
05/16/1941 Exclusion of children from school by local school boards Frank I. Cowan, AG Bertram E. Packard, Commissioner of Education RS 1930, c. 19, §17; RS 1930, c. 19, §32; RS 1930, c. 19, §44 38 Me. 379
05/17/1941 Constitutionality of law relating to taking of clams and selling them in different counties Frank I. Cowan, AG Arthur R. Greenleaf, Commissioner, Department of Sea and Shore Fisheries P&SL 1903, c. 317; PL 1937, c. 230 RS 1930, c. 50, §54-A 97 Me. 66; 105 Me. 76
05/22/1941 Legality of selling canned illegal lobster meat Frank I. Cowan, AG Arthur R. Greenleaf, Commissioner, Department of Sea and Shore Fisheries PL 1891, c. 95; PL 1919, c. 131; PL 1933, c. 2, §89; PL 1933, c. 247; PL 1935, c. 176 88 Me. 385; 119 Me. 257
05/24/1941 Power of sheriffs to summon assistance for suppressing mobs and riots Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor RS 1930, c. 134, §16 ff
05/29/1941 Carlton Bridge Special Maintenance Account Frank I. Cowan, AG J. A. Mossman, State Controller P&SL 1939, c. 40
06/05/1941 Disposal of Maine reports, laws and statutes Frank I. Cowan, AG Marie J. Tibbetts, Legislative Reference Librarian, Maine State Library RS 1930, c. 4, §17 ff
06/14/1941 Payment of accountant for audit of organizations conducting races Frank I. Cowan, AG Miles B. Mank, Chairman, State Racing Commission PL 1935, c. 130
07/10/1941 Compact section of town or city Frank I. Cowan, AG John C. Burnham, Director of Outdoor Advertising PL 1937, c. 144
07/15/1941 Executors contracting with optometrist to continue business Frank I. Cowan, AG John G. Marshall
07/18/1941 Salary and expenses of members of the State Highway Commission Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor PL 1937, c. 220 RS 1930, c. 2; §70; RS 1930, c. 2, §71; RS 1930, c. 57, §142; RS 1930, c. 94, §8; RS 1930, c. 94, §9; RS 1930, c. 125, §34
07/24/1941 Maintenance of a highway to cemetery by the Park Commission Frank I. Cowan, AG Harold E. Kimball, Secretary, State Park Commission
07/25/1941 Current expense George E. Hill, Chairman, Emergency Municipal Finance Board; Belmont A. Smith, Member, Emergency Municipal Finance Board; William D. Hayes, Member, Emergency Municipal Finance Board
07/25/1941 Delegation of duties of Personnel Board Frank I. Cowan, AG Earle R. Hayes, Director, Bureau of Personnel PL 1937, c. 221
08/19/1941 Mutual savings banks Frank I. Cowan, AG Andrew J. Beck, Bank Commissioner RS 1930, c. 57, §27
08/20/1941 Branding of potatoes Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor PL 1935, c. 51
09/18/1941 Appointments of special deputies Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor RS 1930, c. 94, §9; RS 1930, c. 94, §10
09/19/1941 Use of toll bridges and roads by army motor vehicles Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor RS 1930, c. 31, §15
09/19/1941 Administering the affairs of towns and plantations deorganized by Act of the Legislature Frank I. Cowan, AG George E. Hill, State Tax Assessor
09/19/1941 Limit on deposits of state moneys Frank I. Cowan, AG Belmont Smith, State Treasurer PL 1939, c. 310 RS 1930, c. 2, §75
09/19/1941 Insurance adviser Frank I. Cowan, AG Insurance Commissioner RS 1930, c. 60, §122 ff
09/19/1941 Charging interest to the state Frank I. Cowan, AG Farm Lands Loan Commission
09/19/1941 Access to records being reviewed by State Auditor Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor
10/07/1941 School taxes on unorganized territories Frank I. Cowan, AG George E. Hill, State Tax Assessor
10/07/1941 Conveyance of real estate owned by municipalities which have been deorganized since acquisition of such real estate Frank I. Cowan, AG George E. Hill, State Tax Assessor PL 1937, c. 73
10/15/1941 Section 42, Chapter 13, R. S. of 1930. Sale of forfeited lands Frank I. Cowan, AG Belmont Smith, State Treasurer RS 1930, c. 13, §42
10/15/1941 Fines and costs accruing to state where State Police are arresting officers Frank I. Cowan, AG Henry P. Weaver, Chief, Maine State Police
10/15/1941 Member of the Executive Council as state officer for purposes of copies of revised statutes, session laws, etc. Frank I. Cowan, AG Marie J. Tibbetts, Legislative Reference Librarian, Maine State Library RS 1930, c. 4, §18
10/16/1941 Effective date of legislation Frank I. Cowan, AG Henry P. Weaver, Chief, Maine State Police PL 1905, c. 131; PL 1905, c. 134; PL 1939, c. 169; PL 1941, c. 72; PL 1941, c. 205 81 Me. 538; 104 Me. 17 Me. Const. Art. XXI
10/16/1941 Duty of issuing tax bills, receiving tax payments, and collection of same Frank I. Cowan, AG George E. Hill, State Tax Assessor PL 1941, c. 20
10/20/1941 Transfer of licenses Frank I. Cowan, AG Stephen Leo, Chairman, Liquor Commission PL 1933, c. 268; PL 1941, c. 220
10/21/1941 Interpretation of Section of Chapter 69 of the Private and Special Laws of 1941, entitled "An Act Creating the Maine Turnpike Authority" Frank I. Cowan, AG Stillman E. Woodman, Chairman, State Highway Commission P&SL 1941, c. 69
10/29/1941 Bills rendered by the Department of Audit Frank I. Cowan, AG State Highway Commission PL 1941, c. 27
10/30/1941 Responsibility for tuition charges based on permanent residence Sanford L. Fogg, Deputy AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner of Education
10/31/1941 Wrought part of any improved section of the state highways, etc. Frank I. Cowan, AG Lucius D. Barrows, Chief Engineer, State Highway Department PL 1937, c. 229
11/04/1941 Attaching great seal of the state Sanford L. Fogg, Deputy AG George E. Hill, State Tax Assessor RS 1930, c. 1, §6
11/19/1941 Use of the prefix "Dr." or the word "Doctor" Frank I. Cowan, AG Adam P. Leighton, Jr., Secretary, Board of Registration of Medicine RS 1930, c. 21, §15
11/25/1941 Teacher as employee or official of city or town Sanford L. Fogg, Deputy AG Oscar Fellows 96 Me. 125
12/11/1941 Compatibility of offices of sheriff and member of Old Age Assistance Commission Sanford L. Fogg, Deputy AG LeRoy Folsom, AAG
12/11/1941 Payment of wages for "vacation earned but not taken prior to date of death" Frank I. Cowan, AG Earle R. Hayes, Director, Bureau of Personnel
12/12/1941 Authority of estate administrator to protect land by plowing or burning cornstalks to stop development of European corn borer Frank I. Cowan, AG E. L. Newdick, Department of Agriculture
12/17/1941 Insurance on school buildings in deorganized areas Frank I. Cowan, AG George E. Hill, State Tax Assessor
12/18/1941 School funds in deorganized towns Frank I. Cowan, AG George E. Hill, State Tax Assessor P&SL 1941, c. 4; P&SL 1941, c. 21 RS 1930, c. 11, §23
12/18/1941 Supplement to opinion of Judge Fogg of December 1st, 1941 Frank I. Cowan, AG W. Earle Bradbury, Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1930, c. 38, §19
01/05/1942 Power of loan and building association to make loan to another loan and building association Frank I. Cowan, AG Charles E. Gurney PL 1917, c. 30; PL 1933, c. 7 RS 1930, c. 57, §99 ff
01/05/1942 Expense account - county commissioners Sanford L. Fogg, Deputy AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor RS 1930, c. 27; RS 1930, c. 28, §62; RS 1930, c. 92, §26; RS 1930, c. 125, §43 91 Me. 47
01/06/1942 May the county commissioners' chairman be a trial justice? Sanford L. Fogg, Deputy AG Harold E. Crawford, Municipal Auditor, Department of Audit RS 1930, c. 92, §8
01/08/1942 Expense accounts of county commissioners Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor RS 1930, c. 125, §43 83 Me. 111 19420105
01/22/1942 Bonds for racing licensees Frank I. Cowan, AG State Racing Commission PL 1935, c. 130
01/23/1942 Fees - registers of probate Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor RS 1930, c. 75, §25; RS 1930, c. 75, §39 ff; RS 1930, c. 76, §3; RS 1930, c. 77, §33
01/28/1942 Authority of Secretary of State to execute leases Frank I. Cowan, AG Homer M. Orr, State Purchasing Agent PL 1931, c. 216 RS 1930, c. 29, §30
01/29/1942 Salary Adjustment Act Frank I. Cowan, AG J. A. Mossman, State Controller PL 1941, c. 325 123 Me. 359
01/30/1942 Expenditure of county money for advertising the county and its natural resources Frank I. Cowan, AG George J. Wentworth, Councilor, First District, Kennebunk
02/11/1942 Archer L. Grover, Deputy Commissioner Frank I. Cowan, AG George J. Stobie, Commissioner, Fish and Game Department 105 Me. 214
02/19/1942 Bounty on bobcats Frank I. Cowan, AG J. A. Mossman, State Controller PL 1937, c. 205 RS 1930, c. 38, §77
02/19/1942 Arrest in criminal cases by state detectives and insurance inspectors Frank I. Cowan, AG Henry P. Weaver, Chief, Maine State Police RS 1930, c. 35, §52; RS 1930, c. 131; RS 1930, c. 136, §1 ff; RS 1930, c. 142, §17; RS 1930, c. 142, §18
02/20/1942 Payment of fire bill in deorganized township Frank I. Cowan, AG George E. Hill, State Tax Assessor PL 1939, c. 211; PL 1939, c. 224 RS 1930, c. 11, §68 ff
02/24/1942 Special deputies and police Frank I. Cowan, AG W. Mayo Payson, Corporation Counsel, City Hall, Portland 3 Me. 486; 64 Me. 195 Me. Const. Art. III
03/05/1942 Leland L. Nelson, Towle St., Auburn, Maine Frank I. Cowan, AG Henry P. Weaver, Chief, Maine State Police PL 1937, c. 164; PL 1941, c. 305
03/19/1942 Appointment of liquor inspectors Frank I. Cowan, AG State Liquor Commission PL 1937, c. 221; PL 1937, c. 247
03/27/1942 Continuation certificates Frank I. Cowan, AG Guy R. Whitten, Deputy Insurance Commissioner
04/11/1942 Out of state mail order insurance Sanford L. Fogg, Deputy AG Guy R. Whitten, Deputy Insurance Commissioner
04/13/1942 Smoke damage Sanford L. Fogg, Deputy AG Guy R. Whitten, Deputy Insurance Commissioner PL 1933, c. 171 RS 1930, c. 60, §9
04/18/1942 Incompatibility of person service as selectman and member of school committee Sanford L. Fogg, Deputy AG Raymond Thurston
04/23/1942 Status of workers in the navy yard at Kittery Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor
04/23/1942 Cooperation of shipyard workers in the use of their automobiles Frank I. Cowan, AG Henry P. Weaver, Chief, Maine State Police
04/24/1942 Daylight savings time Frank I. Cowan, AG William B. Mitchell, Secretary, Business Men's Association, Inc. RS 1930, c. 91, §82
04/27/1942 Endorsement prescribed by Department of Insurance under the provisions of the financial responsibility law Frank I. Cowan, AG Department of Insurance PL 1941, c. 255 RS 1930, c. 29, §91; RS 1930, c. 29, §96; RS 1930, c. 29, §97
04/28/1942 Enforcement of executive orders under the Civilian Defense Act Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor PL 1941, c. 305
04/28/1942 Authority to authorize organization and enlistment of certain irregular bodies and groups into the Maine State Guard Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor PL 1941, c. 7; PL 1941, c. 312 Me. Const. Art. XL, §4
05/01/1942 Right or duty to hold or disclose information Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor PL 1931, c. 216
05/06/1942 Incompatibility of offices of Controller and Commissioner of Finance Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor
05/15/1942 Meaning of "cousin" in inheritance tax and estate tax statutes Frank I. Cowan, AG Philip D. Stubbs, Inheritance Tax Commissioner RS 1930, c. 77, §1
05/15/1942 Duties of Deputy Secretary of State Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor Me. Const. Art. V, Pt. 3, §2; Me. Const. Art. V, Pt. 3, §3
05/21/1942 Enlistment in state guard Frank I. Cowan, AG Hart, Deputy Adjutant General PL 1941, c. 312 RS 1930, c. 18, §1; RS 1930, c. 18, §2
05/22/1942 Cooperation with the federal government regarding price of liquor Frank I. Cowan, AG Robert B. Williamson, Chief Attorney, Office of Price Administration PL 1933, c. 300; PL 1933, c. 301; PL 1941, c. 295
05/22/1942 Calvin Lane Frank I. Cowan, AG Harold I. Goss, Deputy Secretary of State RS 1930, c. 7, §6
05/25/1942 Investment in real estate John S. S. Fessenden, AAG Guy R. Whitten, Deputy Insurance Commissioner RS 1930, c. 60, §104
05/27/1942 State Employees Retirement Act as it applies to superintendents of schools Frank I. Cowan, AG Commissioner of Education PL 1933, c. 1; PL 1941, c. 303; PL 1941, c. 328
05/29/1942 Liability of person rendering first aid Frank I. Cowan, AG F. H. Farnham, Director, Civilian Defense Council PL 1941, c. 305
06/02/1942 Taxation of persons visiting a state park John S. S. Fessenden, AAG Charles P. Braford, Field Man, State Park Commission
06/02/1942 Levying tax upon Cumberland County Power & Light Company or Portland Railroad Company Frank I. Cowan, AG George E. Hill, State Tax Assessor PL 1941, c. 99 RS 1930, c. 12, §29 ff
06/12/1942 Authority to grant permissive use of Fort McClary, at Kittery Point John S. S. Fessenden, AAG Sumner Sewall, Governor PL 1939, c. 308 RS 1930, c. 18, §54
06/17/1942 Vacancy in office of Secretary of State Frank I. Cowan, AG Harold I. Goss, Deputy Secretary of State
06/19/1942 Town clerks' collecting dog taxes Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor PL 1941, c. 278 RS 1930, c. 5, §157; RS 1930, c. 5, §159
06/19/1942 Deer Isle-Sedgwick Bridge District Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor P&SL 1935, c. 88; Resolves 1935, c. 133; P&SL 1939, c. 20 Me. Const. Art. IX, §21
06/24/1942 Auxiliary policeman holding commission as notary public or justice of the peace Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor
06/25/1942 Sale of liquor to minors William H. Niehoff, AAG State Liquor Commission PL 1941, c. 250
07/02/1942 Port of Portland Authority Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor
07/08/1942 Power to use material forces for the protection of shipping along the coast of Maine Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor PL 1941, c. 305 RS 1930, c. 18, §32 ff 11 S.Ct. 559 Me. Const. Art. V, Pt. 1, §7; US. Const. Art. I, §X
07/08/1942 Payment for providing birth certificate William H. Niehoff, AAG Fred M. Berry, Administrative Assistant, State Liquor Commission PL 1941, c. 193
07/08/1942 Markup on liquors William H. Niehoff, AAG Frank I. Cowan, AG
07/14/1942 Payment of excise taxes William H. Niehoff, AAG Wilbur H. Towle, Chairman, State Liquor Commission PL 1933, c. 268; PL 1937, c. 236
07/14/1942 Credits for the sale of malt liquor to post exchanges William H. Niehoff, AAG Wilbur H. Towle, Chairman, State Liquor Commission PL 1941, c. 250
07/15/1942 Contributions by employee members of the retirement system John S. S. Fessenden, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System PL 1933, c. 1
07/15/1942 Calculating prior service credit for employees that served in the armed forces during World War I John S. S. Fessenden, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System
07/16/1942 Deer Isle Bridge District Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor Resolves 1935, c. 133 Me. Const. Art. IX, §21
07/21/1942 Absent voting law Frank I. Cowan, AG Harold I. Goss, Acting Secretary of State PL 1941, c. 15; PL 1941, c. 17; PL 1941, c. 170 RS 1930, c. 9, §6
07/22/1942 Nominations outside the primaries Frank I. Cowan, AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State RS 1930, c. 7, §28 ff
07/29/1942 Appointment of judges of municipal and police courts Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor Me. Const. Art. VI, §8
07/29/1942 Transportation of workers Frank I. Cowan, AG Office of Civilian Defense
08/06/1942 Employees of Maine Maritime Academy John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Ralph Leavitt, Executive Secretary, Maine Maritime Academy PL 1941, c. 328 105 Me. 214
08/20/1942 Certification of state payrolls Frank I. Cowan, AG Earle R. Hayes, Director, Bureau of Personnel PL 1937, c. 221
08/25/1942 Sale of malt liquor on naval reservations by civilians William H. Niehoff, AAG State Liquor Commission
08/29/1942 Retirement at age 70 John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System
08/29/1942 Status of employees of the legislature John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System
08/29/1942 Prepaid shares of loan and building associations John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG J. Franklin Anderson, Deputy Bank Commissioner RS 1930, c. 57, §13 ff
09/11/1942 Salary deductions - superintendents of schools John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System
09/29/1942 Abatement of taxes by local assessors Frank I. Cowan, AG George E. Hill, State Tax Assessor PL 1933, c. 244; PL 1939, c. 84 RS 1930, c. 13, §73
10/07/1942 Osteopaths signing commitment of an allegedly insane person to a state hospital Frank I. Cowan, AG Roscoe L. Mitchell PL 1939, c. 206; PL 1939, c. 267 RS 1930, c. 21, §60 ff; RS 1930, c. 23, §35
10/28/1942 Renewal certificates on fire insurance policies Frank I. Cowan, AG Alfred W. Perkins, Commissioner, Insurance
10/29/1942 Continuing suffrage for veterans at the Veterans Administration facility at Togus, formerly the United States Veterans Bureau Hospital Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor PL 1939, c. 264 RS 1930, c. 8, §82
11/03/1942 Penal institutions Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG G. W. Leadbetter, Commissioner, Institutional Service PL 1931, c. 241; PL 1933, c. 1; PL 1941, c. 245 RS 1930, c. 154, §1; RS 1930, c. 154, §3
11/03/1942 Appropriation of funds to the Maine Maritime Academy Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Ralph Leavitt, President, Maine Maritime Academy P&SL 1941, c. 37; P&SL 1941, c. 97; P&SL 1941, c. 102
11/03/1942 Cash sales to army post exchanges William H. Niehoff, AAG Wilbur H. Towle, Chairman, State Liquor Commission PL 1941, c. 250
11/06/1942 Wholesale licenses in dry towns William H. Niehoff, AAG Wilbur H. Towle, Chairman, State Liquor Commission PL 1933, c. 268; PL 1939, c. 177
11/10/1942 Employees Retirement System Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System
11/17/1942 Transfer of malt liquor licenses William H. Niehoff, AAG Wilbur H. Towle, Chairman, State Liquor Commission PL 1937, c. 237
11/18/1942 Wage and salary adjustment federal statute Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor
12/04/1942 Refund for member of retirement system Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System PL 1933, c. 1; PL 1941, c. 328
12/11/1942 Contract with the American Bank Note Company William H. Niehoff, AAG Fred M. Berry, Administrative Assistant, State Liquor Commission PL 1933, c. 268; PL 1933, c. 300; PL 1933, c. 301; PL 1935, c. 179; PL 1937, c. 223; PL 1937, c. 237
12/23/1942 School funds in deorganized towns Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG David H. Stevens, State Tax Assessor P&SL 1941, c. 4; P&SL 1941, c. 21 19411217; 19411218
12/24/1942 Prior service credit for employees not in the employ of the state on July 1st, 1942 Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System PL 1933, c. 1; PL 1941, c. 328
12/30/1942 Legality of making payroll deductions covering war bond sales Frank I. Cowan, AG A. L. Kane, State Controller
12/31/1942 Public administrator acts subject to audit Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor PL 1931, c. 216 RS 1930, c. 76, §30 ff
01/05/1943 Sustenance of prisoner previous to conviction Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor RS 1930, c. 126, §4
01/05/1943 Rules and regulations made by subordinate federal official Frank I. Cowan, AG Earle R. Hayes, Director, Bureau of Personnel
01/05/1943 Pensions not clearly covered by the Jointly-Contributory Retirement Act Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor PL 1933, c. 1; PL 1941, c. 328 RS 1930, c. 2, §103
01/08/1943 Licensing of agents and corporations Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Alfred W. Perkins, Commissioner
01/13/1943 Compatibility of offices of mayor and member of the State Tax Equalization Board Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG F. K. Purinton, Executive Secretary, Executive Department PL 1931, c. 216
01/13/1943 Amended census of Freeman Township, Franklin County Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner of Education RS 1930, c. 19
01/14/1943 Policy Form 1650, Modern Woodmen of America Frank I. Cowan, AG Alfred W. Perkins, Commissioner, Insurance RS 1930, c. 61, §9 35 S.Ct. 724; 45 S.Ct. 389
01/14/1943 Responsibilities of State Controller Frank I. Cowan, AG A. L. Kane, State Controller PL 1931, c. 216
01/14/1943 County commissioners' lobbying at the expense of the county Frank I. Cowan, AG R. C. Masterman, County Attorney, Bar Harbor
01/18/1943 Split-rate dividends to depositors in mutual savings banks Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Homer E. Robinson, Commissioner, Banking RS 1930, c. 57, §34; RS 1930, c. 57, §36
01/19/1943 Expenses of boards of visitors under Section 321, Chapter 1, P. L. 1933 Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG F. K. Purinton, Executive Secretary, Executive Department PL 1933, c. 1
01/20/1943 Marriage by proxy Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State
01/21/1943 Interest on deposits under financial responsibility law Frank I. Cowan, AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State
01/22/1943 Question #8 on page 11 of the booklet entitled "Retirement Plan for Employees of the State of Maine" Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor
01/25/1943 Retirement status of employee-member Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System PL 1933, c. 1; PL 1941, c. 328
02/01/1943 Refinancing Kennebec Bridge bonds Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor Resolves 1925, c. 71; Resolves 1925, c. 118; Resolves 1929, c. 177; Resolves 1939, c. 94 53 Me. 587; 81 Me. 602 Me. Const. Art. IX, §17
02/03/1943 Payment to towns of poll taxes collected from electors in unorganized territory in which towns the electors register and vote Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG David H. Stevens, State Tax Assessor PL 1937, c. 209; PL 1941, c. 20
02/04/1943 Assessment clause in mutual fire insurance policies Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Arthur Dickson, Chairman, Board of Selectmen, Old Orchard Beach
02/05/1943 Retirement under disability provisions Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System
02/08/1943 Acceptance of jurisdiction on behalf of the United States Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG F. K. Purinton, Executive Secretary, Executive Department
02/08/1943 The granting of retail malt liquor licenses in unorganized places William H. Niehoff, AAG State Liquor Commission PL 1933, c. 300; PL 1941, c. 220
02/10/1943 Pennell Institute, Gray, Maine Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Earl Hutchinson, Director, Secondary Education P&SL 1887, c. 43 RS 1930, c. 19, §105
02/16/1943 Pardons Frank I. Cowan, AG Frederick A. Moran, Chairman, Division of Parole, Executive Department, New York RS 1930, c. 147, §51 ff 64 Me. 140
02/16/1943 Taxable revenues of Western Union Telegraph Co. Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG David H. Stevens, State Tax Assessor
02/17/1943 P. L. 1933, Chapter 1, §351 Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG A. L. Kane, State Controller PL 1933, c. 1
02/18/1943 Authority to administer oaths Frank I. Cowan, AG Alexander A. LaFleur, Division Judge Advocate, Fort Benning, Georgia RS 1930, c. 87, §23
02/19/1943 Bond of the Secretary of State Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor PL 1937, c. 221
02/20/1943 Jurisdiction to sentence girls to the State School for Girls Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG PL 1931, c. 241; PL 1939, c. 270
02/23/1943 Certification of payrolls under Section 21, Chapter 221, Public Laws of 1937 Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Director, Bureau of Personnel PL 1937, c. 221
02/24/1943 Arthur F. Duplisea Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Henry P. Weaver, Chief, Maine State Police
02/24/1943 Joint Contributory Retirement System Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor PL 1933, c. 1; PL 1941, c. 328
03/04/1943 Assessment of taxes on lands in places not incorporated Frank I. Cowan, AG Ralph Sterling, Chairman, Committee on State Lands and Forest Preservation RS 1930, c. 13, §40 ff
03/05/1943 Filing fee for financial responsibility Frank I. Cowan, AG Alfred W. Perkins, Commissioner, Insurance RS 1930, c. 60, §177; RS 1930, c. 60, §180
03/11/1943 Transportation of liquors into dry towns William H. Niehoff, AAG Alonzo Conant, Director, Enforcement Division, State Liquor Commission PL 1933, c. 300; PL 1937, c. 223 RS 1930, c. 137, §2; RS 1930, c. 137, §3
03/11/1943 Rebate of taxes on malt liquors sold to Army exchanges William H. Niehoff, AAG State Liquor Commission PL 1933, c. 268; P&SL 1937, c. 15; PL 1937, c. 236 62 S. Ct. 1168
03/17/1943 Presque Isle Airport Frank I. Cowan, AG Ralph K. Wood PL 1931, c. 213; PL 1941, c. 173
03/17/1943 Town administered by the Board of Emergency Municipal Finance Frank I. Cowan, AG David H. Stevens, State Tax Assessor PL 1933, c. 284; PL 1939, c. 256 19410710
03/18/1943 Weekly payment of wage law Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Carl T. Russell, Deputy Commissioner, Labor RS 1930, c. 54, §39
03/19/1943 School building at Baring Frank I. Cowan, AG State Tax Assessor P&SL 1941, c. 4; PL 1941, c. 137 RS 1930, c. 19, §144
03/24/1943 Port of Portland Authority Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Harold E. Kimball, Secretary, Port of Portland Authority P&SL 1929, c. 114; PL 1941, c. 328
03/24/1943 Back contributions under retirement system Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System PL 1941, c. 328
03/25/1943 Status of University of Maine Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor P&SL 1865, c. 532; P&SL 1867, c. 362; P&SL 1869, c. 192; P&SL 1872, c. 147; P&SL 1879, c. 173; P&SL 1891, c. 284; P&SL 1897, c. 547; P&SL 1897, c. 550; P&SL 1903, c. 108; P&SL 1903, c. 393; PL 1911, c. 194; P&SL 1913, c. 128 105 Me. 214
03/30/1943 Federal-state grading work on butter, cheese, eggs and poultry John G. Marshall, AAG C. M. White, Agriculture PL 1931, c. 102
03/30/1943 Rebate of taxes on malt liquors sold to Navy's ship service departments William H. Niehoff, AAG State Liquor Commission 19430311
04/02/1943 Acquiring title to airport land Frank I. Cowan, AG John A. Retter, Corps of Engineers, Executive Assistant, Office of Division Engineer, New England Division, Boston, Massachusetts PL 1931, c. 213; PL 1941, c. 173; PL 1943, c. 235
04/03/1943 Town's liability to pay board of students John G. Marshall, AAG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner of Education RS 1930, c. 19, §2; RS 1930, c. 19, §78
04/06/1943 Supplemental tax on York Utilities Co. history John G. Marshall, AAG David H. Stevens, State Tax Assessor PL 1881, c. 91; PL 1883, c. 150; PL 1895, c. 44; PL 1901, c. 156; P&SL 1903, c. 175; P&SL 1905, c. 241; P&SL 1907, c. 303; P&SL 1907, c. 439; PL 1909, c. 82; P&SL 1911, c. 39 RS 1930, c. 12, §35 123 Me. 48 19430408
04/08/1943 Supplemental tax on York Utilities Co. John G. Marshall, AAG David H. Stevens, State Tax Assessor PL 1939, c. 84; PL 1943, c. 27 RS 1930, c. 12, §14; RS 1930, c. 12, §35; RS 1930, c. 13, §32 90 Me. 489 19430406
04/08/1943 Assignment of mortgages Frank I. Cowan, AG Farm Lands Loan Commission RS 1930, c. 58
04/15/1943 Transportation tax Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG A. L. Kane, State Controller
04/22/1943 Salary authorizations and certifications Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor PL 1937, c. 221 RS 1930, c. 125, §36
04/30/1943 Employment of State Prison inmates Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner, Institutions PL 1933, c. 1
05/11/1943 The Millers Mutual Fire Insurance Company, Fort Worth, Texas Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Guy R. Whitten, Deputy Insurance Commissioner
05/25/1943 Authority of auxiliary police to stop automobiles Frank I. Cowan, AG F. H. Farnham, Director, Civilian Defense Council PL 1941, c. 305
05/25/1943 Duties of a municipality as trustee Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor
05/26/1943 Jurisdiction of county authorities in the case of deaths as the air base Frank I. Cowan, AG R. A. Graves, County Medical Examiner
05/28/1943 Washington Street Bridge over Kenduskeag Stream in Bangor Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Lucius D. Barrows, Chief Engineer, State Highway Department PL 1915, c. 319; PL 1923, c. 193; P&SL 1927, c. 114
06/02/1943 Conflict of taking federal oath for service in the Coast Guard Auxiliary Temporary Service by state official Frank I. Cowan, AG F. C. Hingsburg, USCG
06/04/1943 Authority to revoke certificate of teacher Frank I. Cowan, AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner of Education PL 1931, c. 38
06/04/1943 State's obligation for the education of children on government reservations in defense areas Frank I. Cowan, AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner of Education
06/04/1943 Town Hall, Silver Ridge Plantation Frank I. Cowan, AG David H. Stevens, State Tax Assessor
06/15/1943 Church buildings at Edmunds Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG A. L. Huot, State Auditor
06/17/1943 Title to property in deorganized towns on which tax liens have run 18 months Frank I. Cowan, AG David H. Stevens, State Tax Assessor P&SL 1939, c. 84
06/17/1943 Bonding of state employees Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, State Auditor; Julian A. Mossman, Commissioner, Finance PL 1943, c. 320
06/18/1943 Dog licenses and damage to domestic animals Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG S. F. Dorrance, Agriculture PL 1941, c. 278 RS 1930, c. 5, §158
06/18/1943 Parole of Men's Reformatory inmates transferred to State Prison Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner, Institutions PL 1941, c. 140
06/18/1943 Right of warden to stop and search boat without warrant Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG W. Earle Bradbury, Chief Warden, Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1930, c. 38, §98
06/22/1943 Removal or transportation of a dead body Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG R. L. Mitchell, Director, Bureau of Health RS 1930, c. 22, §29
06/23/1943 Exempt narcotics Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Victor H. Hinkley, Chairman, Maine Board of Commissioners of Pharmacy PL 1937, c. 160; PL 1941, c. 251 RS 1930, c. 23, §19
06/24/1943 Eligibility of academic teachers for membership in contributory and non-contributory systems Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Earl Hutchinson, Director, Secondary Education RS 1930, c. 19, §92; RS 1930, c. 19, §219; RS 1930, c. 19, §229
06/24/1943 Investment of proceeds from state highway bond issue in U.S. government securities Frank I. Cowan, AG J. A. Mossman, Commissioner, Finance P&SL 1941, c. 68; PL 1943, c. 192 RS 1930, c. 2, §75
06/26/1943 Poll taxes in connection with fishing licenses Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Lucien Lebel, City Clerk, Lewiston RS 1930, c. 38, §19; RS 1930, c. 38, §40
06/30/1943 Authorization to deliver beer on Sunday William H. Niehoff, AAG W. Howard Mann, USNR
07/02/1943 Support of inmate of Pownal State School committed by municipal court Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner, Institutional Service PL 1933, c. 1; PL 1941, c. 245 RS 1930, c. 155, §48 19421103
07/02/1943 Pay-as-you-go tax Frank I. Cowan, AG J. J. Allen, Controller, Accounts & Controls PL 1943, c. 224 19421230
07/07/1943 Status of the University of Maine Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor; Secretary of State; Secretary of the Jointly Contributory Retirement System; President Hauck, Chairman ex officio of the Board of Trustees of the University of Maine PL 1937, c. 221; PL 1941, c. 328 105 Me. 214
07/26/1943 Refusing service to persons in cocktail lounge William H. Niehoff, AAG Hillard H. Buzzell, County Attorney RS 1930, c. 129, §21 53 Me. 163; 68 Me. 489; 76 Me. 539
07/27/1943 Pay of county employees Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Robert B. Dow, Attorney P&SL 1941, c. 103; PL 1943, c. 229
08/03/1943 Regulation modifying or enlarging the rights of licensed practitioners in the fields of osteopathy, chiropractic and medicine John G. Marshall, AAG Roscoe L. Mitchell, Director, Bureau of Health RS 1930, c. 21, §64; RS 1930, c. 21, §75
08/11/1943 Records of his office - by whom inspected Frank I. Cowan, AG Philip D. Stubbs, Inheritance Tax Commissioner PL 1933, c. 148 19400709; 19420501; 19760803
08/11/1943 Records kept by the Inheritance Tax Commissioner Frank I. Cowan, AG Philip D. Stubbs, Inheritance Tax Commissioner PL 1933, c. 148
08/11/1943 Controversies between companies and individuals Frank I. Cowan, AG Guy R. Whitten, Deputy Insurance Commissioner
08/17/1943 Votes of superintending school committees Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner, Education RS 1930, c. 19, §64
08/19/1943 Votes of superintending school committees Frank I. Cowan, AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner, Education RS 1930, c. 19, §64
08/24/1943 Governor and Council advancing general funds of the state to the Maine State Office Building Authority to cover preliminary expenses Frank I. Cowan, AG J. A. Mossman, Commissioner, Finance P&SL 1941, c. 76
08/24/1943 Proposed agreements submitted for opinion William H. Niehoff, AAG State Liquor Commission PL 1931, c. 216; PL 1933, c. 300
09/01/1943 Mutual casualty insurance on State of Maine risks Frank I. Cowan, AG Alfred Perkins, Commissioner, Insurance
09/01/1943 Authority of tax assessor or governor and council to straighten out titles Frank I. Cowan, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor
09/01/1943 Use of public school buildings in Auburn for holding classes in religious education Frank I. Cowan, AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner, Education
09/01/1943 Power of Board of Dental Examiners to revoke certificate of person guilty of immoral or unprofessional conduct Frank I. Cowan, AG Carl W. Maxfield, Secretary, Board of Dental Examiners PL 1935, c. 97 RS 1930, c. 21, §34
09/11/1943 Payment of poll taxes to Jackman Plantation Frank A. Farrington, Deputy AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor PL 1935, c. 19
09/15/1943 Right of governor and council to accept a surety company bond John G. Marshall, Deputy AG William D. Hayes, Auditor RS 1930, c. 60, §160
09/15/1943 Registers of deeds absent from their offices while in military service John G. Marshall, Deputy AG William D. Hayes, Auditor RS 1930, c. 15, §5
09/16/1943 Payment in lieu of taxes Frank I. Cowan, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor
09/17/1943 Fishing in various bodies of water Frank I. Cowan, AG George J. Stobie, Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1930, c. 38, §4
09/23/1943 Chapter 131, P. L. 1943 John G. Marshall, Deputy AG William D. Hayes, Auditor PL 1939, c. 206; PL 1943, c. 131 83 Me. 207; 129 Me. 423
09/23/1943 Use of some of the inmates at the South Windham Reformatory for employment outside the reformatory grounds Frank I. Cowan, AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner, Institutional Service LD 621 (91st Legis. 1943)
09/27/1943 Cancellation of bonds of state employees and officials leaving the employment of the state John G. Marshall, Deputy AG William D. Hayes, Auditor PL 1943, c. 320
09/27/1943 Potato tax John G. Marshall, Deputy AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor PL 1937, c. 84
10/01/1943 Reimbursement for secondary tuition of state wards John G. Marshall, Deputy AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner, Education PL 1943, c. 335 RS 1930, c. 19, §206
10/06/1943 Right of officer to present state's case and examine witnesses before a lower court John G. Marshall, Deputy AG Inland Fisheries and Game
10/11/1943 Bonding required from the insurance commissioner John G. Marshall, Deputy AG Alfred Perkins, Commissioner, Insurance PL 1943, c. 320 19430927
10/13/1943 Authority of treasurer to lodge securities belonging to the state in the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Frank I. Cowan, AG Joseph H. McGillicuddy, Treasurer PL 1943, c. 192 RS 1930, c. 2, §75
10/14/1943 Incompatibility of certain offices John G. Marshall, Deputy AG Sumner Sewall, Governor
10/29/1943 Rights of wardens to use certain methods to stop cars on the highways John G. Marshall, Deputy AG Daniel T. Malloy, Chief Warden, Inland Fisheries and Game
11/03/1943 Acquisition of the Brunswick common Frank I. Cowan, AG George S. Brown RS 1930, c. 2, §10
11/05/1943 Salary of adjutant general Frank I. Cowan, AG J. A. Mossman, Commissioner, Finance PL 1943, c. 349 RS 1930, c. 125, §25
11/09/1943 Legality of marriage by trans-Pacific telephone Frank I. Cowan, AG Jacob Philip Dusin, Chaplain, United States Navy Reserve
11/09/1943 Public administrators Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, Auditor RS 1930, c. 76, §30
11/10/1943 Proposed executive order relating to use of inmates of institutions Frank I. Cowan, AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner, Institutional Service
11/10/1943 Proposed executive order relating to use of inmates of institutions Frank I. Cowan, AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner, Institutional Service
11/10/1943 Abortions Frank I. Cowan, AG Herbert E. Locke
11/10/1943 Appeal from a decision of the Board of Registration of Nurses Frank I. Cowan, AG Alice S. Hawes, Clerk, Board of Registration of Nurses
11/10/1943 Dragging for the body of a drowned person Frank I. Cowan, AG George J. Stobie, Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game PL 1943, c. 255 RS 1930, c. 38, §14
11/24/1943 Interpretation of the stipend law, as amended under c. 87, P. L. 1943 Frank I. Cowan, AG Carl R. Smith, Commissioner of Agriculture PL 1943, c. 87
11/24/1943 Governor recognizing that the United States accepts exclusive jurisdiction Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor PL 1939, c. 248 RS 1930, c. 11
11/24/1943 Proposed executive order relating to use of inmates of institutions Frank I. Cowan, AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner, Institutional Service LD 621 (91st Legis. 1943)
12/01/1943 Compensation for deputy sheriff and court messenger for attendance and service upon the supreme judicial court or the superior court Frank I. Cowan, AG Harold E. Crawford, Municipal Auditor RS 1930, c. 126, §4
12/01/1943 Automobile inspection Frank I. Cowan, AG Lester M. Bragdon PL 1941, c. 72; PL 1941, c. 205
12/01/1943 Town of Topsfield deposit of ministerial school fund in Eastern Trust and Banking Company Frank I. Cowan, AG Frederick B. Dodd P&SL 1939, c. 78 19431115
12/03/1943 Interpretation of the decision in Frankfort v. Waldo Lumber Co. 128 Me. 1 Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, Auditor 128 Me. 1
12/07/1943 Beano Frank I. Cowan, AG Laurence C. Upton, Acting Chief, State Police PL 1943, c. 355
12/07/1943 Venereal disease statute Frank I. Cowan, AG Roscoe L. Mitchell, Director, Bureau of Health PL 1933, c. 1; PL 1943, c. 358
12/08/1943 Venereal disease statute Frank I. Cowan, AG W. Mayo Payson, Corporation Counsel, City of Portland PL 1933, c. 1; PL 1943, c. 330; PL 1943, c. 358 19431207
12/09/1943 Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act of 1940, as amended Frank I. Cowan, AG Harold E. Crawford, Municipal Auditor
12/09/1943 Payment of school teachers Frank I. Cowan, AG J. J. Allen, Controller, Accounts & Controls
12/15/1943 Maine state tax on sales of gasoline to the Canadian government Frank I. Cowan, AG Bureau of Taxation
12/15/1943 Classes or relationships to be considered under the Soldiers' and Sailors' Dependency Act John G. Marshall, Deputy AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner, Institutional Service
12/15/1943 Buying of deerskins Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor RS 1930, c. 38, §66; RS 1930, c. 38, §92 ff
12/16/1943 Interpretation and procedure under P. L. 1943, Chapters 358 and 330; tie-in of said statutes with 1933 statutes Frank I. Cowan, AG Roscoe L. Mitchell, Director, Bureau of Health PL 1933, c. 1; PL 1943, c. 330; PL 1943, c. 358
12/16/1943 Appropriation of money under the Civilian Defense Act for purchasing land and erecting foundations for a recreation building by the town of Brunswick Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor PL 1941, c. 305
12/16/1943 Printing of amendment and original text in public laws Frank I. Cowan, AG Irvine E. Peterson, Judge, Caribou Municipal Court PL 1941, c. 72; PL 1941, c. 205
12/23/1943 Chiropractor certificate for absence of child from school Frank I. Cowan, AG Roscoe L. Mitchell, Director, Bureau of Health
12/23/1943 Recording a marriage of man who changed his name Frank I. Cowan, AG Roscoe L. Mitchell, Director, Bureau of Health PL 1933, c. 1
12/28/1943 Reappointment of state humane agents Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Sumner Sewall, Governor RS 1930, c. 135, §70
01/05/1944 Holding commission as trial justice when qualified for legislature Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG F. K. Purinton, Secretary, Executive
01/05/1944 Reduction of sentence of convicts Frank I. Cowan, AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner, Institutional Service PL 1935, c. 92
01/07/1944 Holding the office of probation officer while serving in the legislature Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Maurice E. Worcester 95 Me. 585; 107 Me. 345 Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3, §11
01/07/1944 Protection of state employees entering military or naval service Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor PL 1943, c. 300
01/11/1944 Void marriage license Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Nellie B. Chamberlain, Town Clerk, East Lebanon
01/12/1944 Special town meeting on Christmas day Frank I. Cowan, AG Sherman P. Hoar, Chairman, Board of Assessors, Rangeley Plantation
01/12/1944 Delinquent administrators and executors Frank I. Cowan, AG Robert M. Lawlis, Judge of Probate RS 1930, c. 76, §11; RS 1930, c. 76, §22; RS 1930, c. 76, §25
01/12/1944 Adoption records Frank I. Cowan, AG Roscoe L. Mitchell, Director, Bureau of Health
01/14/1944 Transfer of functions from the State Treasurer to the Tax Assessor Frank I. Cowan, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor
01/14/1944 Acceptance of assignments William H. Niehoff, AAG Fred M. Berry, Administrative Assistant, State Liquor Commission 8 Me. 455; 14 Me. 127; 32 Me. 419; 76 Me. 413; 82 Me. 458; 112 Me. 149
01/20/1944 Incompatibility Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor
01/25/1944 Common-law marriage Frank I. Cowan, AG James H. Register, Field Director, American Red Cross
01/26/1944 Change of purposes of Z Insurance Company Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG X PL 1937, c. 107; PL 1939, c. 19 RS 1930, c. 56, §48
01/27/1944 Butchering hogs Frank I. Cowan, AG A. M. G. Soule, Deputy Commissioner of Agriculture PL 1943, c. 351
01/28/1944 Domestic mutual fire insurance companies Frank I. Cowan, AG Guy R. Whitten, Deputy Insurance Commissioner PL 1939, c. 101; PL 1943, c. 148 RS 1930, c. 60, §84; RS 1930, c. 60, §85
01/28/1944 Taxation of insurance assessments Frank I. Cowan, AG Guy R. Whitten, Deputy Insurance Commissioner PL 1939, c. 2 RS 1930, c. 35, §55
02/02/1944 Funds of state liquor store in Madawaska Frank I. Cowan, AG J. A. Mossman, Commissioner, Finance PL 1943, c. 192
02/02/1944 Qualification of members of boards Frank I. Cowan, AG F. K. Purinton, Secretary, Executive RS 1930, c. 2, §56
02/07/1944 Propriety of payments by the Commissioner of Education from the apportionment of the State School Fund of Eagle Lake Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner, Education RS 1930, c. 19, §206
02/09/1944 Vacancy in office of Insurance Commissioner Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Guy R. Whitten, Deputy Insurance Commissioner PL 1943, c. 320 RS 1930, c. 60, §83
02/09/1944 Right of an attorney to examine records of the State Prison or of any state institution Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner, Institutional Service PL 1933, c. 1; PL 1933, c. 182; PL 1943, c. 201 RS 1930, c. 152, §20; RS 1930, c. 152, §37 19430811
02/15/1944 Municipalities adopting maximum price regulations Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Richard H. Armstrong, Office of Price Administration RS 1930, c. 5, §136 53 Me. 446; 93 Me. 73; 98 Me. 387
02/17/1944 Pensioner of the state serving in the legislature Frank I. Cowan, AG X
02/17/1944 Salaries of the superintendents of the thirteen state institutions Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, Auditor PL 1937, c. 221; PL 1939, c. 223; PL 1941, c. 300; PL 1943, c. 11
02/17/1944 Maine absent voting law Frank I. Cowan, AG Robert Hale, US House PL 1941, c. 305
02/17/1944 Registration fees for trucks Frank I. Cowan, AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State RS 1930, c. 29, §57
02/18/1944 Membership in Maine Teachers' Retirement Association Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG E. E. Roderick, Deputy Commissioner of Education PL 1943, c. 198 RS 1930, c. 19, §229
02/18/1944 Taxation of polls and estates of Indians Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Mildred Akin RS 1930, c. 13, §6
02/18/1944 Members of the state legislature as state officers Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner, Institutional Service RS 1930, c. 131, §11
02/24/1944 Where to pay poll tax Frank I. Cowan, AG Arthur R. Dickson, Chairman, Board of Selectmen, Old Orchard Beach PL 1935, c. 80; PL 1939, c. 191
02/25/1944 Chapter 67, Resolves of 1943 Frank I. Cowan, AG J. J. Allen, Controller, Accounts & Controls Resolves 1943, c. 67 RS 1930, c. 2, §118
02/29/1944 Paroles and good time allowance to convicts in State Prison Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner, Institutional Service PL 1933, c. 1; PL 1933, c. 182; PL 1943, c. 201 RS 1930, c. 147, §30; RS 1930, c. 147, §34; RS 1930, c. 152, §20
03/01/1944 Government bonds payable to two or more beneficiaries Frank I. Cowan, AG Philip D. Stubbs, Inheritance Tax Commissioner PL 1933, c. 148
03/02/1944 Hot-water storage tanks Frank I. Cowan, AG J. Elliott Hale, Acting Director, Division of Sanitary Engineering PL 1933, c. 1
03/06/1944 Fees and fines collected by state police officers and game wardens Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Oscar L. Whalen PL 1943, c. 269
03/15/1944 Meaning of the word 'dormitory' Frank I. Cowan, AG Roscoe L. Mitchell, Director, Bureau of Health PL 1933, c. 1; PL 1935, c. 83
03/15/1944 Judicial Council Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor LD 20 (86th Legis. 1933); PL 1933, c. 20; PL 1933, c. 237; PL 1935, c. 52; PL 1937, c. 151 RS 1930, c. 96, §176 ff 19391115
03/15/1944 Soldiers' voting Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor PL 1941, c. 305
03/27/1944 Federal ballot for soldier voting Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor US Const. Art. 1, §2; US Const. Art. II, §1; US Const. Art. XVII
03/27/1944 Enumeration in the school census of children having a right to attend public schools Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner, Education RS 1930, c. 19, §32; RS 1930, c. 19, §56; RS 1930, c. 19, §57
03/29/1944 Handling of checks Frank I. Cowan, AG Joseph H. McGillicuddy, Treasurer PL 1931, c. 216
03/29/1944 Status of judge of probate in Androscoggin County Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Francis K. Purinton, Executive Secretary RS 1930, c. 75, §8 Me. Const. Art. VI, §7 115 Me. 268
04/03/1944 Warden keeping records of convict conduct Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner, Institutional Service PL 1858, c. 16; PL 1864, c. 235; PL 1889, c. 184; PL 1933, c. 1; PL 1943, c. 201 RS 1930, c. 152, §20; RS 1930, c. 152, §21
04/06/1944 Vacancy in school board Frank I. Cowan, AG Katherine T. Bennett PL 1933, c. 41 RS 1930, c. 19, §35
04/10/1944 Bonds of sheriffs and their chief deputies Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG William D. Hayes, Auditor RS 1930, c. 94, §1 18 Me. 277
04/11/1944 Approval of payment out of general highway fund by Highway Commission Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG State Highway Commission PL 1939, c. 51; PL 1943, c. 305 RS 1930, c. 13, §56; RS 1930, c. 13, §59
04/18/1944 Ceded Fort Williams land to the United States Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG A. Edwin Smith, City Clerk, Portland
04/20/1944 School board members who contract to convey pupils in the same town or union Frank I. Cowan, AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner, Education
04/22/1944 Extent of authority of Commissioner of Education over private and parochial school Frank I. Cowan, AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner, Education
04/27/1944 Employees of the legislature Frank I. Cowan, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System PL 1931, c. 254; PL 1931, c. 256 RS 1930, c. 125, §11; RS 1930, c. 125, §12
05/01/1944 Bond for sheriff Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG William D. Hayes, Auditor RS 1930, c. 94, §1; RS 1930, c. 94, §18 ff
05/02/1944 Authorization for judge to refund court fine and costs Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harold E. Crawford, Municipal Auditor PL 1943, c. 269 RS 1930, c. 147, §48 ff 100 Me. 123
05/04/1944 Enforcement by towns of taxes assessed against a person in the armed services Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG George H. Hunt, City Solicitor, Augusta
05/05/1944 Applicability of Jointly Contributory Retirement Act for someone reemployed with the state Frank I. Cowan, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System
05/05/1944 Service credit for someone reemployed with the state Frank I. Cowan, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System PL 1943, c. 50
05/05/1944 Temporary emergency increase in salaries Frank I. Cowan, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System
05/10/1944 Number of voters necessary to be present at a town meeting and to take part in voting Frank I. Cowan, AG Thomas P. Brown, Chairman, Board of Selectmen, Perry PL 1933, c. 198 RS 1930, c. 5, §4
05/11/1944 School board members who contract to teach in the same town or union Frank I. Cowan, AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner, Education RS 1930, c. 19, §35
06/06/1944 Admission of Ohio Casualty Insurance Company Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Guy R. Whitten, Deputy Insurance Commissioner PL 1941, c. 103 RS 1930, c. 60, §109
06/07/1944 Compensation for injured employee Frank I. Cowan, AG F. K. Purinton, Secretary, Executive
06/14/1944 Liquor dividends William H. Niehoff, AAG Ernst, Gale, Bernays, Falk and Eisner
06/30/1944 Witness fees William H. Niehoff, AAG James H. Christie, Director, Enforcement Division, State Liquor Commission PL 1937, c. 237; PL 1937, c. 247 RS 1930, c. 126, §4
07/06/1944 Licenses to be issued to eating and lodging places Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG George O. Gray, Division of Sanitary Engineering PL 1933, c. 1
07/07/1944 Exemption from Maine state tax of sales of gasoline to the Canadian government Frank I. Cowan, AG L. E. Griffin, Gasoline Tax Division
07/07/1944 Invalidity of marriages performed within the confines of federal reservations Frank I. Cowan, AG Owen Brewster, US Senate 60 S.Ct. 431
07/11/1944 Suspension of pension while one is teaching under the provisions of R. S. 1930, c. 19, §223 Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG E. E. Roderick, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1930, c. 19, §223
07/13/1944 Renewal of motor vehicle license for person serving in armed forces Frank I. Cowan, AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State PL 1943, c. 157 RS 1930, c. 29, §33
07/15/1944 Bond of deputy insurance commissioner Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG William D. Hayes, Auditor PL 1943, c. 320 RS 1930, c. 2, §57; RS 1930, c. 125, §56
07/27/1944 Salaries of the chief engineer and bureau chiefs of the Highway Department Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, Auditor PL 1941, c. 14 RS 1930, c. 28, §6; RS 1930, c. 28, §7
07/27/1944 Renewal of license interrupted by military service Frank I. Cowan, AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State PL 1943, c. 157 RS 1930, c. 29, §33
07/27/1944 Maine Development Commission Frank I. Cowan, AG J. J. Allen, Controller, Accounts & Controls
08/02/1944 Right of way over reserved lands Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Raymond E. Rendall, Commissioner, Forestry
08/07/1944 Beano licensing Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Joseph Young, State Police PL 1943, c. 355
08/07/1944 Power and authority of the trustees of a normal school to sell and purchase lands Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG E. E. Roderick, Deputy Commissioner of Education PL 1943, c. 147 RS 1930, c. 19, §185; RS 1930, c. 19, §189
08/17/1944 Registration of woman voter who marries and assumes her married surname Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Board of Registration, Portland RS 1930, c. 6, §6
08/23/1944 Reselling pickerel Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Daniel T. Malloy, Supervisor, Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1930, c. 38, §25 ff
08/25/1944 Term of office of Adjutant General Frank I. Cowan, AG Francis K. Purinton, Executive Secretary RS 1930, c. 18, §8; RS 1930, c. 18, §22 Me. Const. Art. XXVIII
08/28/1944 Authority to prohibit liquor sales William H. Niehoff, AAG State Liquor Commission PL 1933, c. 268; PL 1933, c. 301; PL 1937, c. 147; PL 1937, c. 237; PL 1939, c. 96
09/01/1944 Sale of surplus, obsolete or unused equipment Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG H. M. Orr, Purchasing Agent PL 1931, c. 216
09/05/1944 Sale and delivery of milk, Kittery Navy Yard Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Milk Control Board P&SL 1822, c. 112; P&SL 1863, c. 198 63 S.Ct. 628 US Const. Art. I, §8
09/06/1944 Hornpouts or other fish may be taken with devices other than by the ordinary mode of angling Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Daniel T. Malloy, Warden Supervisor, Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1930, c. 38, §28
09/07/1944 Testing for Bang's Disease Frank I. Cowan, AG Francis G. Buzzell, Animal Industry PL 1933, c. 297; PL 1935, c. 106; PL 1939, c. 77; PL 1941, c. 254 RS 1930, c. 40, §1 ff
09/07/1944 Stickers to place name of candidate for country treasurer on York County ballots Frank I. Cowan, AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State PL 1941, c. 127 RS 1930, c. 7, §1; RS 1930, c. 7, §23; RS 1930, c. 7, §30 ff; RS 1930, c. 8, §16; RS 1930, c. 16, §4
09/08/1944 Protection of public employee of the state Frank I. Cowan, AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner, Education PL 1943, c. 300
09/14/1944 Beano Frank I. Cowan, AG Laurence C. Upton, Acting Chief, State Police PL 1943, c. 355
09/22/1944 Superintendent of Public Buildings law Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG I. W. Russell, Superintendent of Public Buildings PL 1943, c. 176
09/28/1944 Term of member of Liquor Commission Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harold B. Emery, Chairman, Liquor Commission RS 1930, c. 2, §54 78 Me. 276; 81 Me. 188
10/06/1944 Appointment of State Humane Agent Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG F. K. Purinton, Executive Secretary, Executive RS 1930, c. 135, §70
10/12/1944 The Maine-New Hampshire Bridge Authority Frank I. Cowan, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor P&SL 1937, c. 18 RS 1930, c. 12, §72
10/12/1944 Allocation state highway funds Frank I. Cowan, AG William D. Hayes, Auditor P&SL 1943, c. 87 RS 1930, c. 2, §117
10/24/1944 Incorporation fees when corporations merge or consolidate Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State RS 1930, c. 56, §10; RS 1930, c. 56, §48; RS 1930, c. 56, §63
10/26/1944 Public relations and education activities of the Maine State Liquor Commission William H. Niehoff, AAG Harold B. Emery, Chairman, Liquor Commission PL 1935, c. 179; PL 1937, c. 237; PL 1939, c. 96
11/02/1944 Imposition of probation for payment of fines and costs Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG H. C. Crawford, Municipal Auditor PL 1943, c. 269 RS 1930, c. 147, §13
11/09/1944 Central Maine Sanatorium - Atwood title Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor Resolves 1917, c. 9
11/10/1944 Stickers to place name of candidate for country treasurer on York County ballots Frank I. Cowan, AG Sumner Sewall, Governor PL 1941, c. 127 RS 1930, c. 7, §36; RS 1930, c. 8, §16; RS 1930, c. 16, §4 19440907
11/13/1944 Bona fide resident of a city or town Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Daniel T. Malloy, Chief Warden, Inland Fisheries and Game PL 1943, c. 38 RS 1930, c. 38, §19; RS 1930, c. 38, §40; RS 1930, c. 38, §41
01/25/1945 Examination of accounts kept by the registers of probate Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor PL 1941, c. 27 RS 1944, c. 16, §3
02/06/1945 Evidence of illegal transactions in the course of audit Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor RS 1944, c. 16, §4
02/06/1945 Meaning of the word "agency" Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor RS 1944, c. 16, §3
02/08/1945 Propriety of attaching a disabled tractor to a semi-trailer Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Laurence C. Upton, Acting Chief, Maine State Police RS 1944, c. 19, §15
02/12/1945 Interpretation of Sections 88 & 91, Chapter 34, R. S. 1944 Ralph W. Farris, AG A. M. G. Soule, Chief of the Division of Inspection, Department of Agriculture RS 1944, c. 34, §88; RS 1944, c. 34, §91
02/12/1945 Collection and disposal of fines and costs in criminal cases Ralph W. Farris, AG Lucius D. Barrows, Chief Engineer, State Highway Department PL 1943, c. 269 RS 1944, c. 137, §5
02/12/1945 Charge off of back taxes by counties Ralph W. Farris, AG Joseph H. McGillicuddy, Treasurer of State; David H. Stevens, State Assessor RS 1944, c. 14, §78 ff
02/13/1945 Indemnities paid by Department of Agriculture on cattle condemned for tuberculosis Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG J. J. Allen, Controller PL 1933, c. 297; PL 1941, c. 254 RS 1944, c. 27, §53
02/15/1945 Powers and duties of the Board of Bar Examiners Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor PL 1931, c. 216; LD 934 (91st Legis. 1943) RS 1944, c. 10, §1; RS 1944, c. 16, §3; RS 1944, c. 93, §1
02/20/1945 Effect of proposed amendment to An Act Relating to State Trust Funds Ralph W. Farris, AG J. A. Mossman, Commissioner of Finance PL 1945, c. 87 RS 1944, c. 15, §14 https://ursus.maine.edu/record=b2209772~S15
02/22/1945 Keepings records under the State Racing Commission law Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor RS 1944, c. 16, §3; RS 1944, c. 77, §18
02/26/1945 Allocation of Lanham Act funds to the town of Kittery Ralph W. Farris, AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §204
02/27/1945 "Zone privilege number plates" for trucks registered and garaged in the state of New Hampshire Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State PL 1937, c. 239 RS 1944, c. 19, §57
02/28/1945 Funds received from the Federal Works Agency pertaining to the allocation of Lanham Act funds to the town of Kittery Ralph W. Farris, AG William O. Bailey, Department of Education 19450226
03/06/1945 Legislation establishing the University of Maine as "an instrumentality and agency of the state" Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System PL 1931, c. 216; LD 934 (91st Legis. 1943); PL 1945, c. 98; PL 1945, c. 291 RS 1944, c. 37, §117; RS 1944, c. 37, §118; RS 1944, c. 60, §13
03/07/1945 Loss in connection with the fire at the Stevens Avenue Armory in Portland Ralph W. Farris, AG George M. Carter, Adjutant General RS 1944, c. 12, §24; RS 1944, c. 12, §25
03/23/1945 Gift for the benefit of the State Hospital Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG W. H. Deering, Treasurer, Augusta State Hospital RS 1944, c. 11, §15
03/27/1945 Corporations engaging in the business of making small loans Ralph W. Farris, AG Homer E. Robinson, Bank Commissioner RS 1944, c. 49, §8; RS 1944, c. 49, §123 ff; RS 1944, c. 55, §3; RS 1944, c. 55, §4; RS 1944, c. 55, §190 ff
04/05/1945 Passamaquoddy Land Co. 4 N. Division, Hancock Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor
04/05/1945 Maintenance of roads in deorganized towns by county commissioners Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor
04/09/1945 Transfers to state hospitals Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG N. S. Kupelian, Superintendent, Pownal State School RS 1944, c. 23, §13
04/09/1945 Funds for veterans graves registration service Ralph W. Farris, AG J. A. Mossman, Budget Officer PL 1939, c. 284; LD 934 (91st Legis. 1943) RS 1944, c. 54, §3; RS 1944, c. 80, §94
04/10/1945 Capital reserve funds, towns and counties Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor PL 1943, c. 262 RS 1944, c. 80, §127; RS 1944, c. 80, §130
04/18/1945 Status of temporary institutional employees re retirement payroll deductions Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System RS 1944, c. 60, §3
04/18/1945 Computation of the railroad tax Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor RS 1944, c. 14, §111
04/25/1945 Eligibility to take the examination under the act relating to hairdressing and beauty culture Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG J. Elliott Hale, Secretary, Board of Barbers and Hairdressers RS 1944, c. 22, §205 ff
04/26/1945 Federal grants to municipalities Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner of Education PL 1941, c. 315 RS 1944, c. 11, §14; RS 1944, 80, §103
04/26/1945 Police authority and arrest procedure Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG C. P. Bradford, State Park Commission RS 1944, c. 32, §23
04/30/1945 University of Maine Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System P&SL 1865, c. 532; P&SL 1897, c. 551; PL 1941, c. 328; PL 1945, c. 98 RS 1944, c. 60
04/30/1945 The ministerial fund of the town of Salem Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor
04/30/1945 University of Maine as a "department" Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System P&SL 1865, c. 532; P&SL 1897, c. 551; PL 1941, c. 328; PL 1945, c. 98 RS 1944, c. 37, §111-A; RS 1944, c. 60, §1
05/01/1945 Officials and employees of the state on pay while in military training Ralph W. Farris, AG L. M. Hart, Assistant Adjutant General PL 1943, c. 257 RS 1944, c. 12, §80
05/08/1945 Town Road Improvement Fund, Chapter 371 of the Public Laws of 1945 Ralph W. Farris, AG Lucius D. Barrows, Chief Engineer, State Highway Commission PL 1945, c. 371 RS 1944, c. 20, §42-A ff
05/09/1945 Reasonable expenses incurred in the conveyance of prisoners Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor RS 1944, c. 79, §166; RS 1944, c. 136, §44
05/21/1945 Indictments for breaking and entering and larceny Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Earl L. Russell, Justice, Superior Court RS 1944, c. 119, §3 32 Me. 583
05/24/1945 Right of arrest of a paroled prisoner from the State Prison who has committed a breach of the conditions of his parole Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner of Institutional Service PL 1943, c. 201 RS 1944, c. 136, §19 ff
06/01/1945 Funds received from land sales authorized by the legislature Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor Resolves 1945, c. 3; Resolves 1945, c. 16; Resolves 1945, c. 20; Resolves 1945, c. 21; Resolves 1945, c. 23; Resolves 1945, c. 38; Resolves 1945, c. 39; Resolves 1945, c. 45; Resolves 1945, c. 46; Resolves 1945, c. 74; Resolves 1945, c. 78; Resolves 1945, c. 80; Resolves 1945, c. 82; Resolves 1945, c. 87; Resolves 1945, c. 106 RS 1944, c. 14, §78 ff
06/01/1945 Redemption of land following land sales Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor PL 1945, c. 41 RS 1944, c. 14, §78 ff
06/05/1945 Fee for transferring registration from one vehicle to another Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State RS 1944, c. 19, §24
06/12/1945 Increase in compensation made to county attorneys Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG J. J. Allen, Controller PL 1943, c. 110; PL 1943, c. 309; PL 1943, c. 326; PL 1943, c. 340; PL 1945, c. 34; PL 1945, c. 168; PL 1945, c. 178; PL 1945, c. 187; PL 1945, c. 202; PL 1945, c. 229; PL 1945, c. 280 RS 1944, c. 79, §130
06/21/1945 Laborers, patrolmen, truck drivers, etc. Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Director of Personnel P&SL 1945, c. 135 RS 1944, c. 59, §6
06/22/1945 Financial responsibility law Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State PL 1945, c. 346 RS 1944, c. 19, §66
06/22/1945 Responsibility of the State Treasurer Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred W. Hollingdale, Deputy Treasurer of State RS 1944, c. 15, §8
06/27/1945 Issuance of birth certificate which discloses illegitimacy Ralph W. Farris, AG Roscoe L. Mitchell, Director, Bureau of Health PL 1945, c. 320 RS 1944, c. 22, §366; RS 1944, c. 22, §388
07/02/1945 Legislator appointed to civil office of profit under this state Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG John W. Moran, Executive Secretary to Governor Hildreth Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3, §10
07/02/1945 Authority to approve school building plans Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §21; RS 1944, c. 37, §26
07/06/1945 Chapter 342 of the Public Laws of 1945 Ralph W. Farris, AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State PL 1945, c. 342
07/10/1945 Salaries of institution heads Ralph W. Farris, AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner of Institutional Service PL 1939, c. 223; PL 1941, c. 300 RS 1944, c. 23, §1; RS 1944, c. 59, §7 19440217
07/11/1945 Lapsing of funds Ralph W. Farris, AG C. P. Bradford, State Park Commission PL 1935, c. 144 RS 1944, c. 32, §23
07/18/1945 Overlay assessed by municipalities Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor PL 1821, c. 116 RS 1944, c. 81, §49 83 Me. 530
07/18/1945 Interpretation of the word "control" Ralph W. Farris, AG Francis G. Buzzell, Chief, Division of Animal Industry RS 1944, c. 27, §66
07/25/1945 Establishment of a bus terminal in the center of Main street in Lewiston Ralph W. Farris, AG Lucius D. Barrows, Chief Engineer, State Highway Commission
07/25/1945 Free permits to residents of Maine in and out of the armed forces of World War II Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Daniel T. Malloy, Chief Warden, Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1944, c. 33, §32
07/26/1945 Charging a filing fee on petitions in the probate court Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor PL 1945, c. 359 RS 1944, c. 140, §40-A
07/26/1945 Local participating districts Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System RS 1944, c. 60, §15
08/02/1945 Public sewers Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG J. Elliott Hale, Acting Director, Bureau of Sanitary Engineering RS 1944, c. 84, §153
08/14/1945 Non-contributory pension laws Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG E. E. Roderick, Deputy Commissioner of Education PL 1945, c. 239
08/21/1945 Questions relating to An Act Imposing a Tax on Sweet Corn for the Suppression of the European Corn Borer Ralph W. Farris, AG A. K. Gardner, Commissioner of Agriculture PL 1945, c. 125 RS 1944, c. 27, §145-C
08/24/1945 Return of contributions to beneficiary under certain conditions Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System
08/24/1945 Operation of vocational training for the War Production Workers' Program Ralph W. Farris, AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner of Education
08/27/1945 Collection of fee for case furnished in state sanatoria in unsettled cases Ralph W. Farris, AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner of Institutional Service PL 1933, c. 1; PL 1939, c. 223 RS 1944, c. 22, §16; RS 1944, c. 23, §167
08/27/1945 Lands acquired by the state through land sale, so-called Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor PL 1945, c. 41
08/29/1945 Responsibility for cost of Minot Corner Bridge Ralph W. Farris, AG Max L. Wilder, Bridge Engineer, State Highway Commission RS 1944, c. 20, §88
08/29/1945 Transfer from a penal or correctional institution to a state hospital for treatment of inmate Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner of Institutional Service RS 1944, c. 23, §12; RS 1944, c. 23, §13
09/05/1945 Audit of every person, association or corporation conducting a race Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor PL 1945, c. 361 RS 1944, c. 77, §18
09/13/1945 Proclamation to bring an end to the standard time of this state that was advanced one hour beginning February 9, 1942 Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Horace Hildreth, Governor PL 1941, c. 330 RS 1944, c. 1, §4
09/20/1945 Trustees investing endowment funds Ralph W. Farris, AG Edward E. Chase, President, Board of Trustees, University of Maine PL 1945, c. 80
09/20/1945 Parking on highways Ralph W. Farris, AG Lucius D. Barrows, Chief Engineer, State Highway Commission RS 1944, c. 19, §99
10/08/1945 Entitlement to benefits under the provisions of the Workmen's Compensation Act Ralph W. Farris, AG John C. Burnham, Administrative Assistant, State Highway Commission
10/17/1945 Examinations of physically handicapped children Ralph W. Farris, AG Esther Lipton, Director of Special Education for Physically Handicapped Children PL 1945, c. 149 RS 1944, c. 37, §180-A ff
10/17/1945 Secondary school tuition by a Maine town to a New Hampshire town Ralph W. Farris, AG Earl Hutchinson, Director of Secondary Education PL 1945, c. 270 RS 1944, c. 37, §98
10/18/1945 Liability for accident during transportation between manual training shops Ralph W. Farris, AG William O. Bailey, Deputy Commissioner, Planning and Research, Education Department
10/18/1945 Widow's exemption Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor RS 1944, c. 81, §6
10/19/1945 Maine Port Authority (enlargement and extension of the present port facility) Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Governor and Council P&SL 1929, c. 114; P&SL 1941, c. 5; P&SL 1945, c. 129
10/23/1945 Taxation of loan and building associations Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor PL 1945, c. 42; PL 1945, c. 209 RS 1944, c. 14, §145
10/24/1945 Exemption from taxation of qualified veteran's real and personal property Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor RS 1944, c. 81, §6
10/31/1945 Forwarding of transcript of violations of fish and game laws to the Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Game Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Caleb W. Scribner, Warden Supervisor RS 1944, c. 33, §64
11/16/1945 Licensing of freight planes Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Arthur R. Greenleaf, Commissioner, Sea and Shore Fisheries RS 1944, c. 34, §116; RS 1944, c. 34, §119
11/20/1945 Tax on sweet corn Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor PL 1945, c. 125 RS 1944, c. 27, §145-A ff
11/20/1945 Exemption from the savings bank tax of the value of real estate owned by a savings bank Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor RS 1944, c. 14, §143
11/20/1945 Taxation of savings banks Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor RS 1944, c. 14, §143
11/21/1945 Savings banks whose condition at the time of the bank holiday was not considered satisfactory Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor RS 1944, c. 14, §143
12/05/1945 Passamaquoddy District Authority Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Horace Hildreth, Governor P&SL 1945, c. 65
12/05/1945 University of Maine Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Horace Hildreth, Governor P&SL 1865, c. 532; P&SL 1867, c. 362
12/06/1945 Term of member of the Public Utilities Commission Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Frank E. Southard, Chairman, Public Utilities Commission PL 1913, c. 129 78 Me. 276; 81 Me. 188; 119 Me. 282 19440928
12/10/1945 Trustees of the University of Maine Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Horace Hildreth, Governor PL 1874, c. 194; PL 1883, c. 196
12/12/1945 Houlton Water Company Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System P&SL 1880, c. 227; P&SL 1901, c. 464; P&SL 1937, c. 14; P&SL 1943, c. 26; PL 1945, c. 101 140 Me. 158
12/27/1945 Application for pardon Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Horace Hildreth, Governor RS 1944, c. 133, §2 Me. Const. Art. V, Pt. 1, §11
12/27/1945 Propriety of reimbursement by the State Highway Commission to the town of Moscow for overdraft on state aid construction Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG J. J. Allen, Controller P&SL 1941, c. 105 RS 1944, c. 20, §109
12/27/1945 Licenses for selling cigarettes Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor RS 1944, c. 14, §186 ff
01/16/1946 Reciprocity to non-resident vehicles and operators Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State PL 1945, c. 342 RS 1944, c. 19, §55
01/16/1946 Teachers Retirement Board Ralph W. Farris, AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner of Education PL 1945, c. 321 RS 1944, c. 37, §221 ff
01/22/1946 Repeal by implication of Chapter 22, §317 with the enactment of Chapter 374 of the Public Laws of 1945 Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG W. E. Bradbury, Deputy Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game PL 1945, c. 374 RS 1944, c. 33, §32; RS 1944, c. 22, §317
01/29/1946 Revocation of prior vote to employ a town manager Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Robert B. Dow PL 1945, c. 44
01/30/1946 Authority for making bonds of clerks of courts payable to the Treasurer of State instead of the State of Maine Ralph W. Farris, AG Guy H. Sturgis, Chief Justice PL 1945, c. 5 RS 1944, c. 79, §113
02/01/1946 Anticipation of future state aid allotments by towns Ralph W. Farris, AG Lucius D. Barrows, Chief Engineer, State Highway Commission RS 1944, c. 20, §109
02/01/1946 Taxation of horses Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor RS 1944, c. 81, §13
02/01/1946 Registration of vehicle transporting load that exceeds 40,000 pounds Ralph W. Farris, AG John C. Burnham, Administrative Assistant, State Highway Commission RS 1944, c. 19, §18; RS 1944, c. 19, §89; RS 1944, c. 19, §100
02/04/1946 Allowance of prior service credit to former employees of the state Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System RS 1944, c. 60, §4
02/06/1946 Tenure of office Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG C. P. Bradford, State Park Commission
02/07/1946 Eligibility for parole Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner of Institutional Service RS 1944, c. 119, §10
02/11/1946 Cost of travel for transportation of convicted criminal Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG R. W. Carter, Chief Accountant, State Highway Commission RS 1944, c. 13, §2; RS 1944, c. 79, §166; RS 1944, c. 136, §44
02/15/1946 Recipient of old age assistance unable to properly indorse the check for the last payment approved for him prior to his death Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG J. J. Allen, Controller PL 1945, c. 122
02/21/1946 Payment of subsidies - education of physically handicapped children Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner of Education PL 1945, c. 149; PL 1945, c. 350 RS 1944, c. 37, §180-D; RS 1944, c. 37, §180-G; RS 1944, c. 37, §211-A
02/26/1946 Status of certain state employees, if employed by the Maine Turnpike Authority Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System P&SL 1941, c. 69; PL 1941, c. 328 RS 1944, c. 60, §15
02/27/1946 Permits for operating trucks Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG John C. Burnham, Administrative Assistant, State Highway Commission PL 1945, c. 217 RS 1944, c. 19, §93
03/07/1946 Penalty for failure to make required report Ralph W. Farris, AG Laurence C. Upton, Chief, Maine State Police PL 1945, c. 306 RS 1944, c. 13, §6; RS 1944, c. 19, §135
03/12/1946 Legality of a device to attract fish Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Lester E. Brown, Chief Warden, Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1944, c. 33, §51
03/26/1946 Registration fees of motor vehicles hired for operation by the lessee Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Stanton S. Weed, Director, Division of Motor Vehicles RS 1944, c. 19, §15
03/27/1946 Motor vehicle law Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Francis J. McCabe, Maine State Police PL 1945, c. 342 RS 1944, c. 44, §27
04/04/1946 Purchase of government bonds by Saco & Biddeford Savings Institute Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor
04/12/1946 Taxation of telegraph companies Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor 19421015; 19430216
04/17/1946 Members over 65 years of age, with 35 years of service, no longer contributing Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System
04/17/1946 Status of employees of Maritime Academy Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System P&SL 1941, c. 37; P&SL 1941, c. 102
04/17/1946 Discretion of the Board of Trustees of the Maine State Employees' Retirement System to determine what constitutes an absence of three years Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System RS 1944, c. 60, §3
04/29/1946 Credit to the war bond account of the Military Defense Commission of rentals Ralph W. Farris, AG George M. Carter, Adjutant General P&SL 1939, c. 120; PL 1939, c. 308
05/02/1946 Sentence for inmate of the Maine State Prison Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner of Institutional Service
05/03/1946 Appropriation for the creation of the Seed Potato Board Ralph W. Farris, AG A. K. Gardner, Commissioner of Agriculture PL 1945, c. 153 RS 1944, c. 27, §127-F
05/13/1946 Authority of the Commissioner of the Treasury with respect to state funds deposited under the exception established in Section 11 of Chapter 15, R. S. 1944 Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred W. Hollingdale, Commissioner of the Treasury PL 1945, c. 22 RS 1944, c. 15, §11
05/15/1946 Individuals operating as insurance agents under a trade name Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Guy R. Whitten, Deputy Insurance Commissioner
05/17/1946 Retirement status, secretary, Normal School Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System PL 1941, c. 225 RS 1944, c. 37, §221
05/21/1946 Foreign corporation licensed as insurance broker Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Guy R. Whitten, Deputy Insurance Commissioner RS 1944, c. 56, §251
05/21/1946 Pollution of streams and inland waters Ralph W. Farris, AG Richard E. Reed, Commissioner of Sea and Shore Fisheries RS 1944, c. 33, §57
05/23/1946 Payment to private school of elementary school tuition, etc. Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §142; RS 1944, c. 37, §143
05/27/1946 Consolidated underwriters Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Alfred W. Perkins, Insurance Commissioner RS 1944, c. 26, §2; RS 1944, c. 56, §210 ff
05/29/1946 Boys committing crimes after escape from the Reformatory for Men Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner of Institutional Service RS 1944, c. 23, §71; RS 1944, c. 23, §85
06/03/1946 Duty of division to pay the towns and cities their share of the various subsidies for educational purposes Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG H. H. Harris, Controller PL 1945, c. 47 RS 1944, c. 14, §121; RS 1944, c. 37, §207; RS 1944, c. 88, §19
06/03/1946 Coverage of employees working on third class highways under the Workmen's Compensation Act Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System 19310925
06/03/1946 Milk control law Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Milk Control Board RS 1944, c. 28, §4
06/24/1946 Executive council Ralph W. Farris, AG H. H. Harris, Acting Controller PL 1943, c. 362 RS 1944, c. 9, §2; RS 1944, c. 11, §3
06/24/1946 Permanent funds held in trust by the State of Maine Ralph W. Farris, AG R. C. Mudge, Finance Commissioner; H. H. Harris, Acting Controller PL 1945, c. 87 RS 1944, c. 15, §14
06/27/1946 Issuance of high school equivalency certificates Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Earl Hutchinson, Director of Secondary Education
07/01/1946 Election of superintendent of Union No. 4 Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner of Education
07/02/1946 Receivership for the Woodman Potato Company Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG E. L. Newdick, Chief, Division of Plant Industry
07/03/1946 State Highway Commission constructing cattle passes Ralph W. Farris, AG Lucius D. Barrows, Chief Engineer, State Highway Commission RS 1944, c. 20
07/03/1946 Taxation of savings banks Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor RS 1944, c. 14, §142; RS 1944, c. 14, §143
07/08/1946 Tax exemption for Colonial Beacon Oil Company Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor 19391025
07/13/1946 National School Lunch Act Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Wallace C. Philoon, Administrative Assistant, Executive Department RS 1944, c. 11, §14
07/15/1946 Basis for fair hearing Ralph W. Farris, AG Leverett D. Bristol, Commissioner, Health and Welfare PL 1945, c. 251 RS 1944, c. 22, §256 ff
07/17/1946 Issuance of bonds pursuant to Private and Special Law Ralph W. Farris, AG H. H. Harris, Acting Controller P&SL 1941, c. 79; P&SL 1941, c. 104
08/05/1946 School committees of Parsonfield and Porter Ralph W. Farris, AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §28; RS 1944, c. 37, §84
08/14/1946 Chapter 251, P. L. 1933 Ralph W. Farris, AG J. Elliott Hale, Technical Secretary, Sanitary Water Board PL 1933, c. 251
09/04/1946 MSP 7617 Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner of Institutional Service 93 Me. 39
09/09/1946 Maine teachers' pension law Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG E. E. Roderick, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §212
09/12/1946 Section 218-C, Chapter 239, P. L. 1945 Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG E. E. Roderick, Deputy Commissioner of Education PL 1945, c. 239 RS 1944, c. 37, §212 ff
09/26/1946 Liability of the state for damages in connection with the construction or repair of highways Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Lucius D. Barrows, Chief Engineers, State Highway Commission RS 1944, c. 20, §15
10/01/1946 Maine Turnpike Authority Ralph W. Farris, AG Laurence C. Upton, Chief, Maine State Police P&SL 1941, c. 69
10/01/1946 System of government for municipal corporations Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG W. C. Philoon, Administrative Assistant, Executive Department
10/02/1946 Dead trees on Rogers Road in Kittery Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG State Highway Commission RS 1944, c. 84, §22
10/03/1946 Requirement of a premium note upon transfer of fire insurance policy Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Alfred W. Perkins, Insurance Commissioner RS 1944, c. 56, §77
10/08/1946 Gift of land Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG George J. Stobie, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1944, c. 11, §15; RS 1944, c. 33, §14
10/28/1946 Disability of member of the Executive Council Ralph W. Farris, AG Horace Hildreth, Governor Me. Const. Art. V, Pt. 2, §2
10/28/1946 FHA loans by banks Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor RS 1944, c. 14, §143
10/28/1946 Exemption from taxation of investments in such notes and bonds secured by mortgages on real estate Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor PL 1945, c. 42 RS 1944, c. 14, §143
10/30/1946 Joint committee for administering certain phases of Thornton Academy's educational program Ralph W. Farris, AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner of Education P&SL 1885, c. 500; PL 1945, c. 216; PL 1945, c. 321 RS 1944, c. 37, §89; RS 1944, c. 37, §96
10/30/1946 Discriminatory tax laws Ralph W. Farris, AG Guy R. Whitten, Deputy Insurance Commissioner PL 1945, c. 118 66 S.Ct. 1142
10/31/1946 Teacher's pension when they agree to teach part time Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG E. E. Roderick, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §216
11/05/1946 Quitclaim deeds drafted by the Highway Commission for the governor and council to sign Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG W. C. Philoon, Administrative Assistant, Executive Department RS 1944, c. 20, §13
11/06/1946 Fees charged for attending state-subsidized evening schools Ralph W. Farris, AG H. V. Gilson, Commissioner of Education PL 1935, c. 11 RS 1944, c. 37, §32; RS 1944, c. 37, §35; RS 1944, c. 37, §166
11/13/1946 To whom payment should be made of contributions on deceased member Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG E. E. Roderick, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §233
11/14/1946 Right of employees of a participating local district to retire and receive benefits Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Employees' Retirement Board PL 1933, c. 1; PL 1941, c. 328; PL 1943, c. 329; PL 1945, c. 291 RS 1944, c. 60, §3; RS 1944, c. 60, §5; RS 1944, c. 60, §15
11/14/1946 Superintendent of schools issuing work permit to a minor under 15 Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Minnie E. Hanley, Factory Inspector PL 1945, c. 277; PL 1945, c. 309 RS 1944, c. 25, §17
11/14/1946 Record of respondent who was committed in default of payment after conviction of driving under the influence Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State RS 1944, c. 19, §121; RS 1944, c. 19, §122; RS 1944, c. 133, §21 64 Me. 521
11/18/1946 Computation of the 45-day period during which fire insurance companies are prohibited from paying a loss Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Guy R. Whitten, Deputy Insurance Commissioner RS 1944, c. 56, §103
11/20/1946 Counting substitute service for eligibility for teacher pension Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG E. E. Roderick, Deputy Commissioner of Education
11/27/1946 Federal Employees' Credit Union - examination fee Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Homer E. Robinson, Bank Commissioner P&SL 1931, c. 11; PL 1945, c. 273 RS 1944, c. 51
12/04/1946 Company examinations Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG A. W. Perkins, Insurance Commissioner PL 1945, c. 118 RS 1944, c. 56, §9
12/11/1946 Council order to complete the construction of two fish hatcheries Ralph W. Farris, AG R. C. Mudge, Finance Commissioner; H. H. Harris, Controller Resolves 1943, c. 73 RS 1944, c. 33, §63
12/12/1946 Permit for boxing promoter Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Maine State Boxing Commission PL 1939, c. 282 RS 1944, c. 78, §7
12/12/1946 Resignation of a member of the House of Representatives Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Horace Hildreth, Governor RS 1944, c. 4, §47; RS 1944, c. 4, §48; RS 1944, c. 5, §74
12/16/1946 Sebasticook Lake Ralph W. Farris, AG J. Elliott Hale, Technical Secretary, Sanitary Water Board RS 1944, c. 33, §57; RS 1944, c. 124, §1
12/18/1946 Retirement allowance payable in month of death, Employees' Retirement System Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG A. W. Perkins, Insurance Commissioner RS 1944, c. 60, §15
12/18/1946 Agricultural societies Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG H. G. Hawes, Department of Agriculture PL 1943, c. 87; PL 1945, c. 361 RS 1944, c. 27, §15
12/18/1946 When the Use Fuel Tax Act is applicable to a public highway Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor RS 1944, c. 14, §169 ff 19420128
12/23/1946 Authority of commissioner to establish maximum pupil enrollment per teacher Ralph W. Farris, AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §3
12/23/1946 Paragraph 2, Section 204, Chapter 37, R. S. 1944 Ralph W. Farris, AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner of Education PL 1945, c. 151 RS 1944, c. 37, §204
12/23/1946 Taxation of telephone and telegraph companies Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Assessor RS 1944, c. 14, §120; RS 1944, c. 14, §126 19430216
12/23/1946 Authority of Commissioner of Education to require that local school systems operate a minimum of hours on each school day Ralph W. Farris, AG Harry V. Gilson, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §83
12/31/1946 Retired state employees engaging in business after retirement Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System
01/03/1947 Payment of snow removal bill for the Town of Minot for the year 1945-1946 Ralph W. Farris, AG State Highway Commission
01/14/1947 Excise tax to be collected on motor vehicles Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG David H. Stevens, State Tax Assessor RS 1944, c. 19, §38
01/16/1947 Amortization, cost of school building, Brunswick Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §98
01/22/1947 Commitment of children to the Pownal State School by municipal courts Ralph W. Farris, AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner of Institutional Service PL 1945, c. 63 RS 1944, c. 23, §153; RS 1944, c. 133, §6
01/22/1947 Interpretation of Section 14 of Chapter 22, R. S. 1944 Ralph W. Farris, AG Leverett D. Bristol, Commissioner of Health and Welfare RS1944, c. 22, §14
01/27/1947 Official end of war Ralph W. Farris, AG Horace Hildreth, Governor PL 1941, c. 305 Council Order #240
02/03/1947 Definitions of "officer" and "real estate" under the provisions of Paragraph 3 of Section 6 of Chapter 81 Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Tax Assessor RS 1944, c. 81, §6 132 Me. 67
02/17/1947 Legality of an appropriation set up in the State Police budget as a sum to be expended in the promotion of highway safety under the jurisdiction of the Highway Safety Bureau Ralph W. Farris, AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State; Laurence C. Upton, Chief, Maine State Police
02/17/1947 Military leave law Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Director of Personnel PL 1939, c. 314; PL 1943, c. 300 RS 1944, c. 59, §23
02/17/1947 Legality of attendance officer in Town A being elected to serve in Town B Ralph W. Farris, AG H. A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §85
02/18/1947 Registration of manufacturers of or dealers in new or used trucks, tractors or trailers Ralph W. Farris, AG S. S. Weed, Director, Motor Vehicle Division RS 1944, c. 19, §19
02/21/1947 License to operate a shop where barbering or hairdressing and beauty culture are practiced Ralph W. Farris, AG E. W. Campbell, Chief Clerk, Barbers and Hairdressers RS 1944, c. 22, §209
02/21/1947 Section 116, Chapter 34, R. S. 1944 Ralph W. Farris, AG Daniel T. Malloy, Chief Warden, Sea and Shore Fisheries RS 1944, c. 34, §116
02/25/1947 Compromise with an inmate of the State School for Girls Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner of Institutional Service RS 1944, c. 23, §86 125 Me. 438
03/06/1947 Limitation of the authority of the superintending school committee to let school property for interests outside educational activities Ralph W. Farris, AG E. E. Roderick, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §50
03/06/1947 Legal disposal of a sinking fund raised for a specific purpose Ralph W. Farris, AG E. E. Roderick, Deputy Commissioner of Education 124 Me. 251
03/11/1947 Readmission of inmate at Hebron Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner of Institutional Service RS 1944, c. 22, §74; RS 1944, c. 134
03/21/1947 H. P. 185, L. D. 133, An Act Relating to Clerk Hire in the County Offices of Sagadahoc County Ralph W. Farris, AG Horace Hildreth, Governor PL 1945, c. 290; PL 1947, c. 199; LD 133 (93rd Legis. 1947) RS 1944, c. 79, §269
03/27/1947 Sea and Shore Fisheries rules and regulation No. 50 Ralph W. Farris, AG Richard E. Reed, Commissioner of Sea and Shore Fisheries RS 1944, c. 34, §3
03/28/1947 Fees for Register of Deeds Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Tax Assessor PL 1945, c. 41 RS 1944, c. 79, §232
03/31/1947 Legality of city clerk signing emergency commitment for a patient to a state hospital Ralph W. Farris, AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner of Institutional Service RS 1944, c. 23, §105; RS 1944, c. 23, §106
04/01/1947 Acceptance for recording of certificates without acknowledgements Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Arthur N. Douglas, Register of Deeds, Kennebec County PL 1945, c. 41 RS 1944, c. 154, §23
04/02/1947 Payment by the creditor for the support of a debtor in jail Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Fernando F. Francis, Sheriff of Oxford County RS 1944, c. 107, §35; RS 1944, c. 107, §82
04/14/1947 Appointment by the governor of a commissioner in any other state or in any foreign country Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG W. C. Philoon, Administrative Assistant, Executive Department RS 1944, c. 154, §24 ff
04/18/1947 Maine State Prison Ralph W. Farris, AG Francis J. McCabe, Warden RS 1944, c. 23, §48
04/22/1947 Taking of smelts Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Lester E. Brown, Chief Warden, Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1944, c. 33, §46
04/24/1947 Maintenance and service fees approved by the State Park Commission Ralph W. Farris, AG Charles P. Bradford, Superintendent, State Park Commission PL 1935, c. 144; PL 1937, c. 221; PL 1943, c. 359 RS 1944, c. 32, §23
04/24/1947 Right and duty of the State Highway Commission to pay from the General Highway Fund Ralph W. Farris, AG Stillman E. Woodman, Chairman, State Highway Commission PL 1945, c. 293; P&SL 1945, c. 136 RS 1944, c. 20, §105; RS 1944, c. 84, §47; RS 1944, c. 84, §48
05/05/1947 Charge offs of accounts due the state Ralph W. Farris, AG Raymond C. Mudge, Commissioner of Finance and Budget PL 1945, c. 41 RS 1944, c. 14, §30; RS 1944, c. 15, §8
05/09/1947 Signature of brother of inmate for dismissal upon eugenic sterilization Ralph W. Farris, AG N. S. Kupelian, Superintendent, Pownal State School
05/21/1947 Hours of labor for women Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor PL 1943, c. 285 RS 1944, c. 25, §22
05/21/1947 Cigarette tax Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Tax Assessor PL 1947, c. 377 RS 1944, c. 14, §190
05/21/1947 Gasoline tax Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, State Tax Assessor PL 1947, c. 349
05/23/1947 Salvage derived from condemned reactors to tuberculosis Ralph W. Farris, AG A. K. Gardner, Commissioner of Agriculture PL 1945, c. 297 RS 1944, c. 27, §69
05/28/1947 Mileage Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG H. H. Harris, State Controller PL 1945, c. 324; PL 1947, c. 396 RS 1944, c. 14, §28
05/28/1947 Appointment of Deputy Fire Inspector by Fire Inspector Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG A. W. Perkins, Insurance Commissioner RS 1944, c. 85, §21 ff
05/29/1947 Tax paid on fuel used in motor boats Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG David H. Stevens, State Tax Assessor PL 1947, c. 349 RS 1944, c. 14, §166
06/02/1947 Potato tax Ralph W. Farris, AG A. K. Gardner, Commissioner of Agriculture RS 1944, c. 14, §206 ff
06/02/1947 State Police pay schedule Ralph W. Farris, AG Laurence C. Upton, Chief, Maine State Police PL 1947, c. 385 RS 1944, c. 13, §5
06/03/1947 Definitions of various terms used in the Employees' Retirement Act Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System PL 1947, c. 384
06/04/1947 L.D. 837, (Chapter 384, P. L. 1947) Employees' Retirement System Ralph W. Farris, AG H. A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education PL 1947, c. 384
06/04/1947 State employees as members of military & naval reserves Ralph W. Farris, AG Lester M. Hart, Assistant Adjutant General RS 1944, c. 12, §80
06/06/1947 Town entering into long-term contract to rent a building to be used for school purposes Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG H. A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education
06/18/1947 Service station selling gasoline under different name Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG David H. Stevens, State Tax Assessor RS 1944, c. 88, §168 ff
06/20/1947 Permits for interstate bus operators Ralph W. Farris, AG George E. Hill, Public Utilities Commission PL 1947, c. 362 RS 1944, c. 44, §1-A
06/20/1947 Distribution of laws, statutes and court reports to free public libraries Ralph W. Farris, AG Marion B. Stubbs, Librarian PL 1945, c. 7; PL 1945, c. 378 RS 1944, c. 38, §18 ff; RS 1944, c. 38, §29
06/26/1947 Increase in pension Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System Resolves 1947, c. 85
06/27/1947 Meetings of the State Military Defense Commission Ralph W. Farris, AG George M. Carter, Adjutant General PL 1943, c. 349 RS 1944, c. 12, §12
06/27/1947 Conformity with the Food and Drug Act Ralph W. Farris, AG A. K. Gardner, Commissioner of Agriculture RS 1944, c. 27, §168; RS 1944, c. 27, §201
06/30/1947 Effective date of Chapter 384, P. L. 1947 Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System PL 1947, c. 384
07/01/1947 Authority for making regulations allowing Maine sardine packers to pack sardines for export, that do not conform to the Maine food and drug law and the Federal Food and Drug Act Ralph W. Farris, AG A. K. Gardner, Commissioner of Agriculture RS 1944, c. 27, §168; RS 1944, c. 27, §201
07/01/1947 Eligibility for unemployment compensation under Chapter 340, P. L. 1947 Ralph W. Farris, AG L. C. Fortier, Chairman, Maine Unemployment Compensation Commission PL 1947, c. 340
07/02/1947 Expense allowance to highway engineers assigned to field duty Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System
07/08/1947 Length of trailer attached to a motor vehicle Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Stanton S. Weed, Director, Division of Motor Vehicles PL 1947, c. 348
07/08/1947 Employment of teachers who have reached retirement age Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG E. E. Roderick, Deputy Commissioner of Education PL 1947, c. 384
07/18/1947 Application of a student at Bowdoin College for a resident hunting and fishing license Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Lester E. Brown, Chief Warden, Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1944, c. 33, §58
07/22/1947 Statutory limit on the amount of aid to dependent children of veterans Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Fred W. Rowell, Director, Division of Veterans' Affairs PL 1947, c. 370; PL 1947, c. 386 RS 1944, c. 22, §302
07/25/1947 Pensioner restored to service Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System PL 1947, c. 384 RS 1944, c. 60, §8
07/28/1947 An Act Preventing Drinking in Public Places, Chapter 363, P. L. 1947 Ralph W. Farris, AG Laurence C. Upton, Chief, Maine State Police PL 1947, c. 363 RS 1944, c. 57, §96-A
07/31/1947 Fair hearing - delay of action by department Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Keppel, Deputy Commissioner, Health and Welfare RS 1944, c. 22, §262
07/31/1947 Law relating to the confidential nature of records Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, Commissioner of Health and Welfare
08/05/1947 Additional privileges of law - local participating districts Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System PL 1947, c. 384 RS 1944, c. 60
08/05/1947 Land leased by the University of Maine from the United States Government Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG A. K. Gardner, Commissioner of Agriculture
08/06/1947 Testing of water supplies for public schools Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG E. W. Campbell, Director, Sanitary Engineering PL 1947, c. 305
08/08/1947 Amendment to Unfair Sales Act Ralph W. Farris, AG W. E. Chase, Director, Tobacco Tax Division PL 1947, c. 377 RS 1944, c. 14, §186 ff; RS 1944, c. 170, §1
08/11/1947 Robert Maxwell Associates agreement for radio program Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Laurence C. Upton, Chief, Maine State Police
08/12/1947 Right to service retirement benefits of an employee of a participating local district who was discharged for good cause Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System RS 1944, c. 60, §1; RS 1944, c. 60, §5; RS 1944, c. 60, §8
08/12/1947 Claim for refund of contributions to the Teachers' Retirement Association Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG E. E. Roderick, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §212 ff; RS 1944, c. 37, §241
08/19/1947 Service station selling gasoline under different name Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Bureau of Taxation RS 1944, c. 88, §168
08/21/1947 Chapter 330, Public Laws of 1947, An Act Relating to the Manufacture and Sale of Bedding and Upholstered Furniture Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG E. W. Campbell, Director, Sanitary Engineering PL 1947, c. 330 RS 1944, c. 22, §147 ff
08/22/1947 Passamaquoddy district authority Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Ralph C. Masterman
08/25/1947 Chapter 25, § 24, as amended Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor PL 1945, c. 278 RS 1944, c. 25, §24
09/01/1947 Legal debt limit of a town Ralph W. Farris, AG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education Me. Const. Art. IX, §15
09/12/1947 Amendment to Unfair Sales Act Ralph W. Farris, AG W. E. Chase, Director, Tobacco Tax Division PL 1947, c. 130 RS 1944, c. 170, §1
09/12/1947 Contracts for school buses Ralph W. Farris, AG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §8
09/24/1947 Creation of the Westport-Wiscasset Bridge District Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Members of the Westport-Wiscasset Bridge District P&SL 1947, c. 103
09/25/1947 Chapter 25, § 36 Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG C. T. Russell, Deputy Commissioner of Labor and Industry RS 1944, c. 25, §36
09/30/1947 Supplies for state institutions Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Homer M. Orr, Purchasing Agent RS 1944, c. 14, §35 ff
10/06/1947 Review of opinions regarding OAA, ADC and AB, July 1 and 8, 1947, by Assistant Attorney General Bird Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, Commissioner of Health and Welfare PL 1945, c. 251; PL 1947, c. 370 RS 1944, c. 22, §260; RS 1944, c. 22, §285 19470701; 19470708
10/07/1947 Letter, Col. Loring F. Stetson, Jr., to Governor Hildreth regarding the personnel stationed at Dow Field - hunting licenses Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Horace Hildreth, Governor PL 1947, c. 276 RS 1944, c. 33, §32; RS 1944, c. 33, §58
10/14/1947 Interpretation of the Town Road Improvement Fund Act Ralph W. Farris, AG Lucius D. Barrows, Chief Engineer, State Highway Commission PL 1947, c. 329 RS 1944, c. 20, §42-B ff
10/20/1947 Power to extend the open season on account of the closing of the woods to hunting because of the dry spell PL 1945, c. 344 Horace Hildreth, Governor
10/31/1947 Cars having more than one spotlight Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Joseph F. Young, Jr., Deputy Chief, Maine State Police PL 1947, c. 320 RS 1944, c. 19, §116
11/04/1947 Chapter 320, P. L. 1947 Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Laurence C. Upton, Chief, Maine State Police PL 1947, c. 320
11/05/1947 Fines and fees Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG W. Earle Bradbury, Deputy Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1944, c. 33, §110
11/13/1947 Turnpike Authority Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Laurence C. Upton, Chief, Maine State Police P&SL 1941, c. 69 RS 1944, c. 19, §1
12/02/1947 North Berwick School District Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Horace Hildreth, Governor P&SL 1947, c. 59
12/03/1947 Witness fees, State Police Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Linwood F. Crockett, Clerk of Courts, Cumberland County PL 1947, c. 385 RS 1944, c. 13, §5; RS 1944, c. 19, §134; RS 1944, c. 137, §5
12/03/1947 Wages and subsistence - emergency Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG George M. Carter, Adjutant General PL 1939, c. 277 RS 1944, c. 12, §58
12/16/1947 Legal right of municipal officers to expend monies in excess of the appropriation voted at town meetings Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor RS 1944, c. 95, §4
12/16/1947 The state's contribution to Maine Teachers' Retirement Association Ralph W. Farris, AG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §221 ff
12/16/1947 Carnivals subject to licenses Ralph W. Farris, AG David B. Soule, Commissioner of Insurance RS 1944, c. 88, §53
12/17/1947 Payment of interest on non-negotiable bonds of the state held by the University of Maine and the Augusta State Hospital Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG H. H. Harris, State Controller Resolves 1917, c. 47; PL 1917, c. 89
12/23/1947 Credit for excise tax for someone that replacement vehicle Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor RS 1944, c. 19, §41
12/31/1947 Chapter 357, P. L. 1947 Ralph W. Farris, AG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education PL 1947, c. 357 RS 1944, c. 37, §92-A ff
01/16/1948 Taking and canning of herring Ralph W. Farris, AG D. T. Malloy, Sea and Shore Fisheries PL 1947, c. 248 RS 1944, c. 27, §198 ff; RS 1944, c. 34, §24
01/21/1948 Auburn Public Library Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System PL 1947, c. 384 RS 1944, c. 38, §28; RS 1944, c. 60, §16; RS 1944, c. 60, §17 101 Me. 148; 116 Me. 86; 130 Me. 217
01/22/1948 Authority to issue single number plate for use in 1948 Ralph W. Farris, AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State PL 1941, c. 306 RS 1944, c. 19, §17
01/23/1948 Section 80, Chapter 12, R. S. 1944 Ralph W. Farris, AG John C. Burnham, Administrative Assistant, Highway RS 1944, c. 12, §80
01/26/1948 Definition of "teacher" in the retirement law Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System RS 1944, c. 60, §1; RS 1944, c. 60, §2; RS 1944, c. 60, §4
01/28/1948 Investigation any person that may be lawfully liable for the support of the insane Ralph W. Farris, AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner of Institutional Service RS 1944, c. 23, §137
01/30/1948 Audit of the Norway Water District's accounts Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor P&SL 1941, c. 55; PL 1945, c. 378; PL 1947, c. 361 RS 1944, c. 9, §21; RS 1944, c. 80, §116 134 Me. 414
01/30/1948 P. L. 1945, Chapter 74, Section 87 Ralph W. Farris, AG Laurence C. Upton, Chief, Maine State Police PL 1945, c. 74 RS 1944, c. 19, §87
01/30/1948 Hartland School District, Chapter 29, P. & S. L. 1947 Ralph W. Farris, AG William O. Bailey, Department of Education P&SL 1947, c. 29
02/04/1948 CID contract - Department of the Army Ralph W. Farris, AG Laurence C. Upton, Chief, Maine State Police RS 1944, c. 13, §1
02/06/1948 Creditable service for a teacher who became a state employee Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System PL 1947, c. 384 RS 1944, c. 60, §3 Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3, §16
02/09/1948 Tax on property in Indian Township No. 4, Penobscot Ralph W. Farris, AG Arthur J. Fenton, Director of Taxation
02/12/1948 Imposition of blueberry tax on blueberries grown and purchased in Canada but processed in Caribou Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor PL 1945, c. 281 RS 1944, c. 14, §224; RS 1944, c. 14, §227
02/27/1948 Resignation of an assessor Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor RS 1944, c. 80, §38 93 Me. 178; 131 Me. 333; 103 US 471; 103 US 480
03/04/1948 Veterans' preference in state employment Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Fred Rowell, Veterans' Affairs PL 1945, c. 360 RS 1944, c. 59, §12-A
03/04/1948 Status of a child born in England of an English mother who subsequently married in this state an American citizen Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG U. S. Immigration and Naturalization Service 124 Me. 71
03/04/1948 Northeast Airlines, Inc. Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State RS 1944, c. 49, §123
03/09/1948 Portland Public Library Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System PL 1947, c. 384
03/15/1948 R. S., Chapter 81, Section 6, Subsection X Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor PL 1947, c. 29 RS 1944, c. 81, §6
03/17/1948 Form of the bond whereby the surety agrees to comply with certain conditions Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Francis H. Sleeper, Superintendent, Augusta State Hospital
03/22/1948 Rules and regulations for state parks and memorials Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Charles P. Bradford, Superintendent, State Park Commission RS 1944, c. 32, §26
03/22/1948 Former employees of E. R. A. Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System 134 Me. 448
03/30/1948 Council Order #76, March 3, 1948 Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG H. H. Harris, State Controller RS 1944, c. 14, §43 ff Council Order #76
03/30/1948 Revised Statutes, Chapter 142, Section 15 Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor RS 1944, c. 142, §15
03/31/1948 Incorporation of a town school district without the emergency preamble Ralph W. Farris, AG E. E. Roderick, Deputy Commissioner of Education
04/12/1948 Interpretation of the legality, involving the approval of the Act, Chapter 102, P. & S. L. 1947, relating to the school district of the town of New Gloucester Ralph W. Farris, AG E. E. Roderick, Deputy Commissioner of Education P&SL 1947, c. 102
04/13/1948 Trustees - University of Maine Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Horace Hildreth, Governor P&SL 1865, c. 532
04/20/1948 Funds of a deceased member to the duly appointed administrator or personal representative Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System PL 1947, c. 384
04/26/1948 Arrangements for raising funds to construct a new school gymnasium in Island Falls Ralph W. Farris, AG H. A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 126, §18
04/26/1948 Liability of parents evading the compulsory school attendance law Ralph W. Farris, AG E. E. Roderick, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §80 ff
04/30/1948 Produce Dealers Supply Co. Ralph W. Farris, AG A. M. G. Soule, Chief, Division of Inspection, Department of Agriculture RS 1944, c. 27, §225 ff
04/30/1948 Mileage - inspectors, certified seed potatoes Ralph W. Farris, AG H. H. Harris, State Controller PL 1947, c. 396
05/06/1948 Sections 38 and 39 of Chapter 25, R. S. Ralph W. Farris, AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry PL 1911, c. 39; PL 1935, c. 111; PL 1937, c. 193; PL 1939, c. 316; PL 1941, c. 218 RS 1944, c. 25, §38; RS 1944, c. 25, §39 91 Me. 59; 114 Me. 258
05/12/1948 Power line right of way - Sebago Lake State Park Ralph W. Farris, AG Charles P. Bradford, Superintendent, State Park Commission RS 1944, c. 32, §23
05/12/1948 Payment into the system of back contributions by teachers Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System PL 1947, c. 384 RS 1944, c. 37, §221 ff
05/18/1948 Section 38, Chapter 25, R. S. Ralph W. Farris, AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry RS 1944, c. 25, §38
05/20/1948 Advertising near the turnpike Ralph W. Farris, AG John C. Burnham, Administrative Assistant, Highway PL 1947, c. 279
05/25/1948 Milk sales at Veterans Administration Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Milk Control Board 63 S.Ct. 628 US Const. Art. I, §8
05/28/1948 Collection of insurance premium tax Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor PL 1947, c. 31 RS 1944, c. 14, §136
06/03/1948 Fishway - Meddybemps Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG George J. Stobie, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1944, c. 33, §10
06/07/1948 Classification of personal office assistants Ralph W. Farris, AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry RS 1944, c. 25, §24; RS 1944, c. 25, §25
06/10/1948 Corporate franchise tax, R. S. Chapter 14, Sections 102-108 Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor RS 1944, c. 14, §102 ff 108 Me. 272
06/16/1948 Illegal possession of perch caught in the waters of New Brunswick Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG John M. Dudley, Judge, Calais Municipal Court RS 1944, c. 33, §37 88 Me. 385; 119 Me. 257
06/23/1948 Duties and responsibilities of the Department of Audit relating to the University of Maine Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor P&SL 1865, c. 532; PL 1931, c. 216; PL 1937, c. 206; PL 1941, c. 27; PL 1943, c. 345; PL 1945, c. 98; PL 1945, c. 337; PL 1945, c. 378 RS 1944, c. 16, §3 105 Me. 214 19430325
06/28/1948 Section 1, Chapter 349, P. L. 1947 Ralph W. Farris, AG R. E. Reed, Commissioner, Sea and Shore Fisheries PL 1947, c. 349 RS 1944, c. 14, §166
07/06/1948 Amounts due deceased employee Ralph W. Farris, AG John C. Burnham, Administrative Assistant, Highway
07/06/1948 Records, Maine Teachers Retirement Association Ralph W. Farris, AG H. A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education
07/06/1948 Section 2, Chapter 23, Laws of 1937 (Resolves) - beam trawls Ralph W. Farris, AG Richard E. Reed, Commissioner of Sea and Shore Fisheries Resolves 1937, c. 23
07/12/1948 Stamp shipments Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor
07/19/1948 Taxation of Indians Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor PL 1947, c. 191 RS 1944, c. 81, §6
07/21/1948 Bids - Augusta State Hospital Ralph W. Farris, AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner of Institutional Service
08/06/1948 Inspection of commodities except milk and cream Ralph W. Farris, AG A. M. G. Soule, Chief, Division of Inspection, Department of Agriculture RS 1944, c. 27, §184
08/16/1948 Issuance of a license to a person practicing manicuring in a barber shop Ralph W. Farris, AG Dean Fisher, Secretary, Board of Barbers and Hairdressers RS 1944, c. 22, §205 ff
08/26/1948 hunting and fishing license for Indian born in Canada Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Paul L. Hanscom, Warden Supervisor, Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1944, c. 3, §4
08/31/1948 Northeast Aviation Company Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor 56 S.Ct. 252; 59 S.Ct. 692; 60 S.Ct. 406 19391025; 19450514
09/07/1948 Legislative Research Committee Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor PL 1947, c. 392 RS 1944, c. 9, §23 ff
09/20/1948 GI training of real estate salesmen Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred W. Rowell, Director, Division of Veterans' Affairs RS 1944, c. 75, §3
09/21/1948 Snow removal Ralph W. Farris, AG Lucius D. Barrows, Chief Engineer, State Highway Commission
09/30/1948 Investment of bridge funds Ralph W. Farris, AG Frank S. Carpenter, Treasurer of State P&SL 1925, c. 89; P&SL 1929, c. 126; P&SL 1935, c. 88; PL 1945, c. 22 RS 1944, c. 15, §11
10/06/1948 Distribution of records of vital statistics to certain institutions and officers Ralph W. Farris, AG Marion B. Stubbs, Librarian, State Library RS 1944, c. 38, §22; RS 1944, c. 38, §29
10/19/1948 Use of state property Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG State Park Commission
10/20/1948 Sale of school buses Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG W. O. Bailey, Education
11/01/1948 Tree surgery Ralph W. Farris, AG H. B. Peirson, State Entomologist, Forest Service RS 1944, c. 32, §51; RS 1944, c. 32, §52
11/04/1948 Unused school buildings in unorganized territory Ralph W. Farris, AG Edward L. McMonagle, Department of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §153
11/04/1948 School buildings in deorganized places Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor PL 1945, c. 182 RS 1944, c. 37, §153; RS 1944, c. 90, §13 19481104
11/05/1948 Spotlights Ralph W. Farris, AG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police PL 1947, c. 320 RS 1944, c. 19, §116
11/05/1948 Legal procedure in adjusting the forestry district tax Ralph W. Farris, AG A. D. Nutting, Forest Commissioner RS 1944, c. 32, §74
11/22/1948 Reimbursement of municipalities for forest fire suppression costs Ralph W. Farris, AG A. D. Nutting, Forest Commissioner PL 1945, c. 362 RS 1944, c. 85, §58
11/23/1948 Payment to employee leaving employment Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry RS 1944, c. 25, §38
11/23/1948 Fort Knox Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Charles P. Bradford, Director, Park Commission
12/15/1948 Bath Water District easement Ralph W. Farris, AG George M. Carter, Adjutant General RS 1944, c. 12, §24
12/15/1948 Gasoline tax refunds Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor RS 1944, c. 14, §160; RS 1944, c. 14, §166
12/17/1948 Conflict of interest of Legislator running for municipal office, especially selectman Ralph W. Farris, AG Arthur T. Dickson Me. Const. Art. IV, §11
12/22/1948 Apportionment of state stipend Ralph W. Farris, AG A. K. Gardner, Commissioner of Agriculture PL 1947, c. 366 RS 1944, c. 27, §16; RS 1944, c. 50
12/22/1948 Fees Ralph W. Farris, AG Lester E. Brown, Chief Warden, Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1944, c. 33, §18; RS 1944, c. 33, §110
12/23/1948 Dividends paid by mutual life insurance companies Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor RS 1944, c. 14, §135
12/29/1948 Payment in lieu of taxes Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG E. L. Newdick, Secretary, Seed Potato Board
12/29/1948 Organization fee to be paid for the use of the state on a corporation Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Corporation Division, Secretary of State PL 1945, c. 294 RS 1944, c. 31, §26; RS 1944, c. 49, §6 ff
01/27/1949 Marking of state-owned cars Ralph W. Farris, AG Governor and Council PL 1947, c. 390 RS 1944, c. 14, §29
01/27/1949 Lamoine Naval Coaling Station Ralph W. Farris, AG Governor and Council P&SL 1941, c. 81; PL 1949, c. 309
01/28/1949 Lamoine Naval Coaling Station Ralph W. Farris, AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor P&SL 1941, c. 81; PL 1949, c. 309 19310310; 19490127
01/29/1949 Jails and local police lock-ups Ralph W. Farris, AG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police RS 1944, c. 122, §26
01/29/1949 Section 9, Chapter 77, R. S. 1944 Ralph W. Farris, AG Carl L. Treworgy, Secretary, Racing Commission PL 1947, c. 358 RS 1944, c. 77, §9
01/31/1949 Legality of Potato Tax Committee allotment Ralph W. Farris, AG A. K. Gardner, Commissioner of Agriculture RS 1944, c. 14, §206 ff
01/31/1949 Probation officers in Washington County Ralph W. Farris, AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1945, c. 139; PL 1947, c. 317 RS 1944, c. 136, §28
01/31/1949 Returning of prisoner for violating of parole Ralph W. Farris, AG J. Wallace Lovell, Warden, Maine State Prison RS 1944, c. 136, §19; RS 1944, c. 136, §20
02/09/1949 Blood transfusions for children Ralph W. Farris, AG N. S. Kupelian, Superintendent, Pownal State School
02/09/1949 Richmond-Dresden Bridge Ralph W. Farris, AG Russell W. Carter, Chief Accountant
02/23/1949 Land in Caribou Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG George M. Carter, Adjutant General
02/23/1949 Damage to New England Telephone & Telegraph Company's cable on the grounds of the Pownal State School Ralph W. Farris, AG N. S. Kupelian, Superintendent, Pownal State School
02/24/1949 Legal services Ralph W. Farris, AG H. A. Ladd, Secretary, Maine Maritime Academy RS 1944, c. 17, §1
02/25/1949 Use of armories for the purpose of procuring recruits and general morale building for the National Guard Ralph W. Farris, AG George M. Carter, Adjutant General
02/25/1949 Authority of the State Highway Commission to grant permits Ralph W. Farris, AG John C. Burnham, Administrative Assistant, State Highway Commission PL 1947, c. 348 RS 1944, c. 19, §89
02/25/1949 Requirement of license to discharge waste from factory Ralph W. Farris, AG William P. Hinckley, Acting Technical Secretary, Sanitary Water Board PL 1945, c. 345 RS 1944, c. 72
03/01/1949 Letter of Major D. J. Smart Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor
03/02/1949 Liquor licenses Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1947, c. 163; PL 1947, c. 164; PL 1949, c. 192; PL 1949, c. 419 RS 1944, c. 57, §60
03/02/1949 Your inquiry concerning probation officers Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor RS 1944, c. 136, §28
03/03/1949 Sheriffs' fees Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor PL 1947, c. 313
03/07/1949 Stover Airport Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Assessor PL 1947, c. 349 RS 1944, c. 14, §166-A
03/07/1949 Clam bills and riparian rights Ralph W. Farris, AG Sanford J. Prince, House RS 1903, c. 41 12 Me. 222; 37 Me. 472; 75 Me. 594; 102 Me. 229; 105 Me. 76
03/11/1949 School residence Ralph W. Farris, AG Edward L. McMonagle, Director, Schools in Unorganized Territory
03/15/1949 Chapman town orders to school teachers Ralph W. Farris, AG Frank S. Carpenter, Treasurer of State
03/18/1949 Bang's Disease Ralph W. Farris, AG Francis G. Buzzell, Chief, Division of Animal Industry PL 1945, c. 275 RS 1944, c. 27, §52; RS 1944, c. 27, §73 ff
03/18/1949 Importation and processing of lobster meat Ralph W. Farris, AG Richard E. Reed, Commissioner of Sea and Shore Fisheries PL 1947, c. 332 RS 1944, c. 34, §120
03/22/1949 LD 900 relating to motor vehicle accidents Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Committee on Judiciary LD 900 (94th Legis. 1949) Me. Const. Art. IX, §19
03/22/1949 Liabilities of parties outlined in LD 685 Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Committee on Judiciary Resolves 1949, c. 178 RS 1944, c. 20, §16
03/22/1949 Taxation of unorganized territory Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Assessor 97 Me. 595
03/23/1949 L.D. 340, a resolve transferring moneys from the Employees' Retirement Fund to the General Fund ($108,000) Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor PL 1947, c. 384; Resolves 1949, c. 128 RS 1944, c. 60, §12
03/24/1949 Check drawn by the state on the Augusta Trust Company in favor of Clifford E. Herrick Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Russell W. Carter, Supervising Accountant-Auditor, Highway Department Resolves 1949, c. 113
03/25/1949 Milk prices Ralph W. Farris, AG A. K. Gardner, Commissioner of Agriculture
03/25/1949 Hutchinson Hardware Co., Inc. Ralph W. Farris, AG Harry E. Henderson, Deputy Treasurer of State
03/25/1949 Stopping truck drivers and checking on their union cards Ralph W. Farris, AG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police
03/25/1949 Journal transfer #1394, $652, Health & Welfare to Insurance, appropriation #7230 Ralph W. Farris, AG David B. Soule, Insurance Commissioner PL 1947, c. 188 RS 1944, c. 85, §29
03/25/1949 Journal transfer from the Insurance Department to the Health and Welfare Department Ralph W. Farris, AG H. H. Harris, State Controller
03/28/1949 Designation of Department of Health and Welfare as the state water pollution agency for the purpose of receiving federal funds Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, Commissioner of Health and Welfare LD 807 (94th Legis. 1949)
03/30/1949 Transfers between the state hospitals to the Pownal State School Ralph W. Farris, AG Harrison C. Greenleaf, Commissioner of Institutional Service RS 1944, c. 23, §13
03/30/1949 Authority of Maine State Police to enforce game laws Ralph W. Farris, AG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police RS 1944, c. 33, §19; RS 1944, c. 33, §86; RS 1944, c. 33, §119
03/31/1949 Power line right of way - Sebago Lake Ralph W. Farris, AG Charles P. Bradford, Director, Park Commission RS 1944, c. 32, §23 19480512
03/31/1949 Packers of cat food Ralph W. Farris, AG A. M. G. Soule, Chief, Division of Inspection, Agriculture
04/05/1949 Policy of Veterans Administration relating to guardianship of committed children Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, Commissioner of Health and Welfare
04/14/1949 State's right to build a dam on Marsh Stream at West Winterport Ralph W. Farris, AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor Resolves 1945, c. 115 RS 1944, c. 40, §11
04/14/1949 Transportation between Beals and Jonesport Ralph W. Farris, AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor P&SL 1954, c. 135
04/15/1949 Section 17, Chapter 25 Ralph W. Farris, AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry PL 1945, c. 277; PL 1947, c. 150 RS 1944, c. 25, §17
04/15/1949 Interpretation of Chapter 37, Section 201, as amended Ralph W. Farris, AG H. A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education PL 1947, c. 403 RS 1944, c. 37, §201
04/19/1949 Transfer of patient Ralph W. Farris, AG John H. Welch, Administrative Assistant for Institutional Service RS 1944, c. 23, §117
04/19/1949 Right of way of person riding or driving a horse Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor RS 1944, c. 19, §111
04/27/1949 Dental hygienist scope of practice Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Raymond A. Derbyshire PL 1947, c. 139 RS 1944, c. 66, §21
04/28/1949 Imposition of additional taxes by additional assessment Abraham Breitbard, Deputy AG Harry M. Brown, House
05/05/1949 Refund of license fees Ralph W. Farris, AG Richard E. Reed, Commissioner of Sea and Shore Fisheries PL 1949, c. 105; PL 1949, c. 224
05/16/1949 Parolee from the State School for Girls receiving care and treatment in the New Hampshire State Mental Hospital Ralph W. Farris, AG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Service RS 1944, c. 23, §117
05/17/1949 L.D. 1388, as passed by the 94th Legislature, Chapter 388, P.L. 1949 Ralph W. Farris, AG C. L. Treworgy, Secretary, Racing Commission PL 1949, c. 388 RS 1944, c. 77, §9; RS 1944, c. 77, §12
05/18/1949 Section 24 of Chapter 25 Ralph W. Farris, AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry RS 1944, c. 25, §24
05/26/1949 Military leave Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System
05/26/1949 Special resolves Ralph W. Farris, AG H. S. Weymouth, Engineer, Secondary Highways Resolves 1949, c. 183; P&SL 1949, c. 208
05/27/1949 Section 139 of Chapter 14, R. S., as amended Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Assessor PL 1945, c. 118; PL 1947, c. 15 RS 1944, c. 14, §136; RS 1944, c. 14, §139 19450202
05/27/1949 Highway funds Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor P&SL 1947, c. 190; P&SL 1949, c. 208
05/27/1949 Claim for damage to car caused by depression on Wiscasset-Edgecomb bridge Ralph W. Farris, AG Lucius D. Barrows, Chief Engineer, State Highway Commission
05/27/1949 Chapter 388, P. L. 1949 Ralph W. Farris, AG Carl L. Treworgy, Secretary, Racing Commission PL 1949, c. 388
05/27/1949 Opinion on appropriations for the development and improvement of state park facilities Ralph W. Farris, AG Charles P. Bradford, Director, Park Commission Resolves 1949, c. 206
05/27/1949 What constitutes a breach of public interest in relation to the deposits of waste Ralph W. Farris, AG William P. Hinckley, Acting Technical Secretary, Sanitary Water Board PL 1945, c. 345; PL 1947, c. 266; PL 1949, c. 332 RS 1944, c. 72, §6
05/28/1949 Chapter 214, P&SL 1949, §2-A, cost-of-living increase to state employees Ralph W. Farris, AG Raymond C. Mudge, Commissioner of Finance and Budget Officer P&SL 1949, c. 214; Resolves 1949, c. 21; SP 705 (94th Legis. 1949)
06/07/1949 Chapter 388, P. L. 1949, §15 Ralph W. Farris, AG Carl L. Treworgy, Secretary, Racing Commission PL 1949, c. 388
06/07/1949 Administration of the law in regard to minors who are receiving state aid Ralph W. Farris, AG Jean L. Bangs, AAG
06/08/1949 Section 139 of Chapter 14, R. S. Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Assessor RS 1944, c. 14, §139 19490527
06/10/1949 Chapter 210, P&SL 1949 Ralph W. Farris, AG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police P&SL 1949, c. 210
06/10/1949 Electoral college Ralph W. Farris, AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor
06/10/1949 Governor serving as board member of out of state organization Ralph W. Farris, AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor Me. Const. Art. I, §4
06/11/1949 Appropriations in Chapter 21 of the Resolves of 1949 Ralph W. Farris, AG H. H. Harris, State Controller P&SL 1947, c. 188; P&SL 1949, c. 214; Resolves 1949, c. 21
06/13/1949 Disposition of fines collected by the Bath Municipal Court for violations of ordinances of the City of Bath Ralph W. Farris, AG J. W. Randlette, Chairman, County Commissioners of Sagadahoc County P&SL 1937, c. 64; P&SL 1949, c. 3 RS 1944, c. 137, §5
06/24/1949 Racing Commission regulation relating to daily doubles Ralph W. Farris, AG Carl L. Treworgy, Secretary, Racing Commission RS 1944, c. 77, §10; RS 1944, c. 77, §15
06/27/1949 Chapter 374, P. L. 1949 - elevators Ralph W. Farris, AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry PL 1949, c. 374 RS 1944, c. 25, §99-A ff
06/27/1949 Maine Maritime Academy - eligibility for state retirement plan Ralph W. Farris, AG H. A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education P&SL 1947, c. 24
06/30/1949 Vacation periods John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Unemployment Compensation Commission
06/30/1949 Fertilizer tax - P. L. 1949, c. 378 John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Assessor PL 1949, c. 378 RS 1944, c. 217-A 18 Me. 109; 45 Me. 507; 102 Me. 506
07/11/1949 Constitutionality of Resolve directing the closing of Mantle Lake in Presque Isle to all fishing by persons over the age of seventeen Ralph W. Farris, AG Lester E. Brown, Chief Warden Resolves 1949, c. 34
07/12/1949 Warrant - excess weight of vehicle Ralph W. Farris, AG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police PL 1947, c. 348
07/14/1949 Appointments to Aeronautics Commission under Chapter 389, P.L. 1949 Ralph W. Farris, AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1949, c. 389 RS 1944, c. 21, §4
07/15/1949 Charge for indexing instruments Ralph W. Farris, AG Ralph Sterling, Register of Deeds, Skowhegan, Maine PL 1949, c. 404 RS 1944, c. 79, §232
07/15/1949 Procedure in picketing Ralph W. Farris, AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry
07/15/1949 Overpayments Ralph W. Farris, AG L. C. Fortier, Chairman, Maine Unemployment Compensation Commission RS 1944, c. 24, §16; RS 1944, c. 99, §90
07/19/1949 Conveyance of private school pupils John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Edward L. McMonagle, Director, Schools in Unorganized Territory RS 1944, c. 37, §3; RS 1944, c. 37, §23 67 S.Ct. 504
07/19/1949 Mittimus fees Ralph W. Farris, AG Ray S. Foster, Sheriff of Washington County RS 1944, c. 79, §166
07/19/1949 Board of Registration in Medicine accepting graduates of Continental European Medical Schools Ralph W. Farris, AG Adam P. Leighton, Secretary, Board of Registration of Medicine
07/19/1949 Estate of former recipient of old age assistance Ralph W. Farris, AG Jean L. Bangs, AAG
07/19/1949 Public libraries John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System RS 1944, c. 38, §23 ff
07/19/1949 Westport-Wiscasset Bridge contract Ralph W. Farris, AG State Highway Commission
07/25/1949 Lewiston drive-in-theater John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG John C. Burnham, Administrative Assistant, State Highway Commission RS 1944, c. 20, §116
07/26/1949 §89, Chapter 34, R. S., as replaced by Chapter 442, P. L. 1949 Ralph W. Farris, AG Richard E. Reed, Commissioner of Sea and Shore Fisheries PL 1949, c. 442 RS 1944, c. 34, §16; RS 1944, c. 34, §89; RS 1944, c. 34, §114
07/26/1949 Payment of benefits under the provisions of Chapter 291 of the Public Laws of 1949 John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Unemployment Compensation Commission PL 1949, c. 291
07/27/1949 Return of land to the town of Norway Ralph W. Farris, AG George M. Carter, Adjutant General
07/27/1949 Issuance of winning pari-mutuel tickets that weren't paid for Ralph W. Farris, AG Carl L. Treworgy, Secretary, Racing Commission
07/27/1949 Taking of finger prints of all state employees Ralph W. Farris, AG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police PL 1945, c. 333 RS 1944, c. 13, §13 ff
08/01/1949 Trust funds John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Ermo H. Scott, Department of Education RS 1944, c. 15, §14
08/01/1949 Interpretation of a portion of Chapter 417 of the Public Laws of 1949 John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Francis G. Buzzell, Chief, Division of Animal Industry PL 1949, c. 417 RS 1944, c. 27, §127-B; RS 1944, c. 27, §127-F
08/02/1949 Time lag between hearing and the date of commitment of children John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG N. S. Kupelian, Superintendent, Pownal State School RS 1944, c. 96, §6
08/02/1949 Veterans' preference John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Personnel Department PL 1945, c. 360
08/03/1949 Night hunting - first and second offenses John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG W. Earle Bradbury, Deputy Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game PL 1949, c. 250
08/03/1949 Eligibility, Maine-New Hampshire Interstate Bridge Authority to membership John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Employees' Retirement System
08/09/1949 Home industry Ralph W. Farris, AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1949, c. 283 RS 1944, c. 25, §37-H ff
08/10/1949 Use of school conveyances Ralph W. Farris, AG H. A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §9
08/10/1949 Canning company requiring employees to sign petition to reduce taxation or face wage cut Ralph W. Farris, AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry
08/10/1949 School property Ralph W. Farris, AG H. A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §8
08/11/1949 Reconciliation of inconsistencies in Chapter 290, P. L. 1949 Ralph W. Farris, AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry PL 1949, c. 290 RS 1944, c. 25, §22 ff
08/11/1949 Experience rating John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG L. C. Fortier, Chairman, Maine Employment Security Commission PL 1949, c. 430 RS 1944, c. 24, §7
08/11/1949 Brookhaven National Laboratory, Associated Universities, Inc., Upton, N. Y. Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Assessor
08/12/1949 Mt. Desert Island Secondary School District Ralph W. Farris, AG H. A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education P&SL 1949, c. 128
08/16/1949 Income from water privileges belonging to the Penobscot Tribe John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG John H. Welch, Administrative Assistant to the Governor RS 1944, c. 22, §342; RS 1944, c. 22, §350; RS 1944, c. 22, §351
08/23/1949 Federal agents to meet costs arising in carrying out the federal "standards for a merit system of personnel administration" John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Ober C. Vaughan, Director of Personnel; L. C. Fortier, Chairman, Employment Security; David H. Stevens, Commissioner of Health and Welfare PL 1941, c. 315 RS 1944, c. 11, §14
08/24/1949 Industrial home work Ralph W. Farris, AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry PL 1949, c. 283 RS 1944, c. 25, §37-A ff
09/02/1949 Steel manufacture (Maine Development Commission memo of August 29, 1949) John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1945, c. 248 126 Me. 121; 132 Me. 148 Me. Const. Art. I, §21
09/06/1949 Expenses of Milk Advisory Committee John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG A. K. Gardner, Commissioner of Agriculture PL 1949, c. 278
09/07/1949 Sunday sports at agricultural fairs Ralph W. Farris, AG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police PL 1947, c. 292; PL 1949, c. 440 RS 1944, c. 121, §39; RS 1944, c. 121, §40
09/07/1949 Game of flush Ralph W. Farris, AG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police
09/08/1949 Sunday air show at the State Airport John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG William Tudor Gardiner, Chairman, Aeronautics Commission
09/08/1949 Chain-of-Ponds dam and screen Ralph W. Farris, AG George J. Stobie, Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game Resolves 1949, c. 175
09/09/1949 Sales to state institutions John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Milk Commission RS 1944, c. 28, §1
09/12/1949 Elevator inspectors; chief boiler inspector Ralph W. Farris, AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry PL 1949, c. 374 RS 1944, c. 25, §55; RS 1944, c. 59, §6; RS 1944, c. 59, §7
09/13/1949 Interpretation of Chapter 438, P. L. 1949 Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Assessor PL 1949, c. 438 RS 1944, c. 55, §2
09/13/1949 Legal tuition charge Ralph W. Farris, AG Philip A. Annas, Associated Deputy Commissioner of Education PL 1949, c. 443 RS 1944, c. 37, §98
09/14/1949 Livestock buyers from out of state John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Francis G. Buzzell, Chief, Division of Animal Industry PL 1949, c. 417
09/16/1949 Form for assessment of taxes for the year 1949-50 Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred L. Kenney, Director of Finance, Education Department P&SL 1949, c. 202
09/19/1949 Employment security law John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1949, c. 430
09/20/1949 Claim of Somerville Plantation for reimbursement under the provisions of Chapter 356, P. L. 1949 John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Austin Wilkins, Deputy Forest Commissioner PL 1945, c. 362; PL 1949, c. 356 RS 1944, c. 85, §58
09/20/1949 Educational benefits for war orphans John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education PL 1945, c. 360 RS 1944, c. 37, § 119 ff
09/21/1949 Provisions of law relative to private detectives John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1945, c. 2; PL 1949, c. 26 RS 1944, c. 131, §14
09/22/1949 Interpretation of Chapter 245, P. L. 1949 John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Aeronautical Commission PL 1947, c. 337; PL 1949, c. 245 RS 1944, c. 14, §167
09/22/1949 Mileage John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG H. H. Harris, State Controller PL 1947, c. 396; PL 1949, c. 368 19470528
09/22/1949 Theatrical productions Ralph W. Farris, AG William B. Williamson PL 1949, c. 440 RS 1944, c. 121, §39
09/22/1949 Interpretation of Section 22 of Chapter 44, R. S. 1944 Ralph W. Farris, AG Edgar F. Corliss, Public Utilities Commissioner PL 1949, c. 212 RS 1944, c. 44, §22; RS 1944, c. 44, §27
09/23/1949 Information center, Kittery - contract for construction Ralph W. Farris, AG Everett F. Greaton, Executive Secretary, Maine Development Commission P&SL 1949, c. 206 RS 1944, c. 35
09/30/1949 Motor vehicle carrier transporting pulp wood from Maine to New Hampshire Ralph W. Farris, AG Edgar F. Corliss, Public Utilities Commissioner PL 1944, c. 212 RS 1944, c. 44, §22; RS 1944, c. 44, §27 19490922
10/01/1949 Itinerant photographers - Chapter 434, P. L. 1949 Ralph W. Farris, AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State PL 1949, c. 434 RS 1944, c. 88, §99-B
10/10/1949 Hunting licenses - state wards Ralph W. Farris, AG Lester E. Brown, Chief Warden RS 1944, c. 33, §63
10/10/1949 Disposal of schoolhouses in deorganized towns Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Assessor RS 1944, c. 90, §13
10/10/1949 Dresser schoolhouse and lot in Albany Township Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Assessor PL 1893, c. 216
10/12/1949 An Act to Incorporate the Skowhegan School District, Ch. 170, P&SL 1949 John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State P&SL 1949, c. 170 81 Me. 538; 104 Me. 17
10/13/1949 General investigative activities of the State Police John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police RS 1944, c. 13
10/31/1949 Soil conservation John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG E. L. Newdick, Director Plant Industry, Agriculture RS 1944, c. 29, §10
11/03/1949 Snow removal - airports Ralph W. Farris, AG H. H. Harris, State Controller PL 1947, c. 337; PL 1949, c. 245 RS 1944, c. 14, §167
11/08/1949 Retaliatory provisions of insurance tax laws Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Assessor PL 1947, c. 15 RS 1944, c. 14, §139; RS 1944, c. 56, §45
11/21/1949 Letter to you from William P. Shapleigh, Executive Secretary, Maine Truck Owners Association, dated November 16, 1949 Ralph W. Farris, AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1947, c. 126; PL 1947, c. 352; PL 1949, c. 349; PL 1949, c. 390 RS 1944, c. 19, §27; RS 1944, c. 19, §135; RS 1944, c. 44, §17 ff
11/25/1949 Planning and research questions re school property Ralph W. Farris, AG W. O. Bailey, Deputy Commissioner of Education
11/25/1949 Normal school and teacher college trust fund for scholarships Ralph W. Farris, AG H. A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education Resolves 1949, c. 210
11/25/1949 River and harbor improvements Ralph W. Farris, AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1949, c. 207 RS 1944, c. 80, §115-E; RS 1944, c. 80, §115-F
12/06/1949 Penobscot boom John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor P&SL 1842, c. 47, P&SL 1854, c. 298
12/06/1949 Contracts for repairs and construction of state buildings John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1943, c. 176 RS 1944, c. 14, §43 ff; RS 1944, c. 58, §5
12/19/1949 Contract between State of Maine and M.C.R.R., Carleton Bridge Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor Resolves 1941, c. 81
12/19/1949 Fees Ralph W. Farris, AG Hubert Ryan, Clerk, County Commissioners' Court, Franklin County PL 1947, c. 262; P&SL 1949, c. 95 RS 1944, c. 133, §28
12/20/1949 Powers of wardens to arrest and prosecute Ralph W. Farris, AG Lester E. Brown, Chief Warden RS 1944, c. 33, §18; RS 1944, c. 33, §111
12/21/1949 Legality of withholding credentials, normal school, for nonpayment of fees Ralph W. Farris, AG Ermo H. Scott, Department of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §187
12/21/1949 Biddeford Municipal Court, referees' fees Ralph W. Farris, AG Albert W. Emmons, Clerk of Courts, York County PL 1855, c. 151; P&SL 1887, c. 247; P&SL 1899, c. 24 RS 1944, c. 96, §3
12/21/1949 Commitment to state hospitals for observation Ralph W. Farris, AG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Service PL 1947, c. 94
12/23/1949 Rodney Feyler application to Sanitary Water Board for license Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, Commissioner of Health and Welfare RS 1944, c. 72
12/27/1949 Gasoline tax allowance Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Assessor PL 1947, c. 349; PL 1947, c. 379; PL 1949, c. 349 RS 1944, c. 14, §163
12/28/1949 Request from Internal Revenue Department for list of manufacturers engaged in industrial homework Ralph W. Farris, AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry PL 1949, c. 283 RS 1944, c. 25, §37-J
12/28/1949 Definition of "employer" Ralph W. Farris, AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry PL 1949, c. 283 RS 1944, c. 25, §37-B; RS 1944, c. 25, §37-J
12/28/1949 Promulgation of elevator rules Ralph W. Farris, AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry PL 1949, c. 374 RS 1944, c. 25, §99-C
12/28/1949 Commitment of resident of one town by another town Ralph W. Farris, AG Harold A. Pooler, Superintendent, Bangor State Hospital RS 1944, c. 23, §105
12/30/1949 Revenues from the elevator law, Chapter 374, P. L. 1949 Ralph W. Farris, AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry PL 1949, c. 374 RS 1944, c. 25, §99-G; RS 1944, c. 25, §99-K
01/04/1950 Sections 201 and 204 of Chapter 37, R. S. 1944, as amended Ralph W. Farris, AG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §201; RS 1944, c. 37, §204
01/04/1950 Tuition Ralph W. Farris, AG W. O. Bailey, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §98
01/04/1950 Building inspectors John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Arthur R. Savage, Secretary, Maine State Board of Architects PL 1949, c. 242
01/05/1950 Disposition of money left on deposit Ralph W. Farris, AG Ralph Sterling, Register of Deeds, Skowhegan, Maine
01/05/1950 Insurance on automotive equipment used by the state Ralph W. Farris, AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor
01/13/1950 State's sending a nurse to a pediatric school out of the state Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, Commissioner of Health and Welfare
01/17/1950 Sardine packing Ralph W. Farris, AG A. K. Gardner, Commissioner of Agriculture PL 1945, c. 78; PL 1951, c. 63 RS 1944, c. 27, §198 ff
01/17/1950 State contracts under Section 17, Chapter 122, R. S. 1944 Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor PL 1905, c. 155; PL 1931, c. 216 RS 1944, c. 14, §35 ff; RS 1944, c. 122, §17 108 Me. 553 19440218; 19450109
01/19/1950 Reinstatement Ralph W. Farris, AG Ober C. Vaughan, Director of Personnel
01/30/1950 8 week night harness racing law Ralph W. Farris, AG Carl L. Treworgy, Clerk, Racing Commission PL 1949, c. 388
01/31/1950 Board of Trustees, Greeley Institute Ralph W. Farris, AG Philip A. Annas, Associated Deputy Commissioner of Education P&SL 1913, c. 48; P&SL 1945, c. 66
01/31/1950 Legality of establishing procedure for approval of teacher-education criteria Ralph W. Farris, AG Ermo H. Scott, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §156
01/31/1950 Accident liability, rented property, teachers' colleges Ralph W. Farris, AG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education
01/31/1950 State historian Ralph W. Farris, AG H. H. Harris, State Controller RS 1944, c. 39, §6
01/31/1950 Disposition of income from reserve in permanent trust funds Chapter 31, P. L. 1949 Ralph W. Farris, AG Frank S. Carpenter, Treasurer of State PL 1949, c. 31
02/01/1950 Guardianship - inmates of institutions Ralph W. Farris, AG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Service RS 1944, c. 23, §175
02/01/1950 Transfer of mental patients from another state Ralph W. Farris, AG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Service RS 1944, c. 23, §117
02/01/1950 Settlement - Holden Turner Ralph W. Farris, AG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Service 66 Me. 78
02/02/1950 Board of Elevator Rules and regulations Ralph W. Farris, AG Raymond C. Mudge, Commissioner of Finance PL 1949, c. 374 RS 1944, c. 25, §99-K
02/03/1950 Liability in case of school accident Ralph W. Farris, AG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education 139 Me. 371
02/06/1950 Vacation pay for certain employees John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry
02/07/1950 Vacancies in superintending school committees Ralph W. Farris, AG H. A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §42
02/07/1950 Tree surgery law Ralph W. Farris, AG H. B. Pierson, State Entomologist PL 1949, c. 149 RS 1944, c. 32, §51; RS 1944, c. 32, §52
02/08/1950 Allotments for fiscal year, Chapter 14, Section 14, R. S. 1944 Ralph W. Farris, AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor RS 1944, c. 14, §14
02/09/1950 Chapter 18, P. L. 1949, maintenance of state and state-aid highways Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor PL 1949, c. 18 RS 1944, c. 20, §29; RS 1944, c. 20, §45; RS 1944, c. 20, §46; RS 1944, c. 20, §50
02/16/1950 The Civil defense and public safety law John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Spaulding Bisbee, Director, Civil Defense & Public Safety PL 1949, c. 298 RS 1944, c. 11-A
02/17/1950 Conference of county directors John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Spaulding Bisbee, Director, Civil Defense & Public Safety PL 1949, c. 298 RS 1944, c. 11-A
02/23/1950 Refund of excise tax Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Assessor
02/23/1950 Licensing of dogs in Medford Ralph W. Farris, AG S. F. Dorrance, Livestock Specialist, Department of Agriculture RS 1944, c. 79, §223; RS 1944, c. 88, §11; RS 1944, c. 88, §23
03/02/1950 Reimbursement for tuition Ralph W. Farris, AG Philip A. Annas, Associated Deputy Commissioner of Education
03/02/1950 Qualification of directors, Development Credit Corporation Ralph W. Farris, AG Homer E. Robinson, Bank Commissioner P&SL 1949, c. 104 RS 1944, c. 49, §31
03/08/1950 School bus Ralph W. Farris, AG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police
03/17/1950 Fines imposed in unemployment fraud cases John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Stuart C. Burgess, AAG PL 1949, c. 430 RS1944, c. 24, §28; RS 1944, c. 137, §5
03/24/1950 Old age assistance John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor
03/28/1950 Dead River and Flagstaff Plantation Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Assessor RS 1944, c. 81, §54; RS 1944, c. 81, §126
03/30/1950 Status of teachers at Ricker Classical Institute John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1949, c. 428
03/30/1950 Chapter 37, §§ 25 and 78-II John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor RS 1944, c. 37, §25; RS 1944, c. 37, §78
04/03/1950 Volunteer fire departments John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor
04/03/1950 Chapter 366, Public Laws of 1949 John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Lester E. Brown, Chief Warden PL 1949, c. 366
04/03/1950 Verification of audit petition John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor RS 1944, c. 80, §116
04/05/1950 Elevator inspection John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1949, c. 374
04/06/1950 Verification of audit petition John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor RS 1944, c. 80, §116; RS 1944, c. 80, §120 19500403
04/07/1950 County of Oxford Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor RS 1944, c. 79, §6; RS 1944, c. 79, §130; RS 1944, c. 79, §131; RS 1944, c. 79, §197; RS 1944, c. 122, §17
04/10/1950 Sanford-Dover, N.H., line Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Assessor RS 1944, c. 14, §111
04/11/1950 Liability of superintendents of schools to the provisions of Par. II, Sec. 201, C. 37, R. S. 1944, as amended John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Ermo H. Scott, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §77; RS 1944, c. 37, §201
04/11/1950 Equal pay for equal work Ralph W. Farris, AG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education PL 1949, c. 262 RS 1944, c. 25, §38 ff
04/11/1950 Request, the National Association of State Budget Officers - block grants Ralph W. Farris, AG Raymond C. Mudge, Commissioner of Finance RS 1944, c. 14
04/20/1950 State liability for accident incurred in transporting the basketball team at the State Normal School, Presque Isle, Maine John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Ermo H. Scott, Deputy Commissioner of Education
04/20/1950 Carleton Day Reed d/b/n/Reed & Reed, Woolwich, Maine John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG H. H. Harris, State Controller
04/24/1950 Section 9, Chapter 78, R. S. 1944 Ralph W. Farris, AG Carl L. Treworgy, Clerk, Boxing Commission RS 1944, c. 78, §9
04/24/1950 Maine Seacoast Missionary Society Ralph W. Farris, AG Alonzo H. Garcelon, Division of Dental Health RS 1944, c. 66, §2 ff
04/25/1950 Fish screen, Plantation No. 33, Hancock County, Resolves of 1949, c. 106 Ralph W. Farris, AG H. H. Harris, State Controller Resolves 1949, c. 106
04/25/1950 Interpretation and definition of the word "shall" within the Revised Statutes Ralph W. Farris, AG Ralph A. Jewell, Chairman, Maine Racing Commission PL 1949, c. 388 19490517
04/27/1950 Requiring licenses of sulky drivers and concessionaires who sell selection cards at pari-mutuel tracks Ralph W. Farris, AG Carl L. Treworgy, Clerk, Racing Commission RS 1944, c. 77
05/01/1950 Speed at intersections and effect of the use of dolly wheels on registration John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police RS 1944, c. 19, §78; RS 1944, c. 19, §79; RS 1944, c. 19, §100; RS 1944, c. 19, §102
05/02/1950 Chapter 102, P&SL 1949; your memo of April 18, 1950 John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education P&SL 1949, c. 102
05/05/1950 Motor vehicle inspection Ralph W. Farris, AG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police RS 1944, c. 19, §35
05/09/1950 Plane insurance John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG George M. Carter, Adjutant General
05/09/1950 Old age assistance John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG George C. West, AAG PL 1945, c. 122 RS 1944, c. 22, §269-A
05/15/1950 Bid of Pennsylvania petroleum products company John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG H. M. Orr, Purchasing Agent
05/17/1950 Section C, Chapter 374, P. L. 1949 Ralph W. Farris, AG E. K. Sawyer, Supervising Inspector of Elevators PL 1949, c. 374
05/23/1950 Tuition liability, §§98 and 99, laws relating to public schools John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Philip A. Annas, Department of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §98; RS 1944, c. 37, §99
05/23/1950 Housing acts John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1949, c. 441
05/23/1950 Operation of farm tractors without license John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police RS 1944, c. 19, §13; RS 1944, c. 19, §122
05/23/1950 §92-D, Chapter 37, R. S. 1944 John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Fred L. Kenney, Director of Finance, Education Department RS 1944, c. 37, §92-A; RS 1944, c. 37, §92-D
05/29/1950 National highway safety Ralph W. Farris, AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor RS 1944, c. 11, §14
05/29/1950 Chapter 357, P. L. 1949 Ralph W. Farris, AG Maurice G. Pressey, Chairman, Merit Award Board PL 1949, c. 357 RS 1944, c. 14, §23; RS 1944, c. 59, §6-A ff
05/29/1950 Merit Award Board Ralph W. Farris, AG Raymond C. Mudge, Finance Commissioner PL 1949, c. 357 RS 1944, c. 14, §23
05/31/1950 Assessment for road repairs under Chapter 79, §§62 and 65 Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Assessor RS 1944, c. 79, §62; RS 1944, c. 79, §65
06/01/1950 Jurisdiction - national parks John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Lester E. Brown, Chief Warden
06/14/1950 Section 206, Chapter 37, R. S. 1944 Ralph W. Farris, AG H. A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education PL 1945, c. 350 RS 1944, c. 37, §206
06/14/1950 Fines imposed by courts martial Ralph W. Farris, AG George M. Carter, Adjutant General PL 1949, c. 326 RS 1944, c. 12, §67
06/14/1950 Tax collectors of towns Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor RS 1944, c. 80, §12; RS 1944, c. 80, §15; RS 1944, c. 80, §18; RS 1944, c. 80, §22; RS 1944, c. 81, §106; RS 1944, c. 81, §107
06/21/1950 Letter from Nathan C. Fuller of H. C. Baxter & Bro., Hartland John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry RS 1944, c. 25, §28
06/22/1950 Policing harness racing John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police RS 1944, c. 77, §22
06/23/1950 Emil Lake account John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Service
06/29/1950 Associated Hospital Service of Maine Ralph W. Farris, AG David B. Soule, Insurance Commissioner P&SL 1939, c. 24; PL 1939, c. 149; P&SL 1943, c. 21 RS 1944, c. 56, §217
06/29/1950 Deposits of state funds Ralph W. Farris, AG Frank S. Carpenter, Treasurer of State RS 1944, c. 15, §11 40 Me. 287
07/05/1950 Correspondence with Ralph Jewell of the Racing Commission Ralph W. Farris, AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1945, c. 297; PL 1945, c. 361; PL 1947, c. 358; PL 1947, c. 366; PL 1949, c. 388 RS 1944, c. 77, §8; RS 1944, c. 77, §12
07/05/1950 Renting of school buildings Ralph W. Farris, AG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education 19430901
07/06/1950 Section 38, Chapter 25, R. S. 1944 John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry RS 1944, c. 25, §38
07/07/1950 Pott's Disease Ralph W. Farris, AG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Service RS 1944, c. 23, §166; RS 1944, c. 23, §167
07/12/1950 Your memo, July 8, 1950 - subject: appropriation John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG L. C. Fortier, Chairman, M. E. S. C. PL 1949, c. 430 RS 1944, c. 14, §14
07/12/1950 Term of office, Board of Registration of Optometrists John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1947, c. 333
07/17/1950 Elevator inspection frequency Ralph W. Farris, AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry PL 1949, c. 374 RS 1944, c. 25, §99-H
07/20/1950 Minors being allowed within any pari-mutuel enclosure Ralph W. Farris, AG Nathan H. Whitten, Chairman, Maine Running Horse Race Commission PL 1949, c. 289 RS 1944, c. 77-A, §18
07/20/1950 Trustees of Lucia Kimball Deering Hospital Fund, Saco, Maine Ralph W. Farris, AG Bernard C. Brown, Secretary PL 1945, c. 80 RS 1944, c. 147, §17-A
07/25/1950 Out-of-state incarceration of offenders Ralph W. Farris, AG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Service
07/26/1950 Method of placing insurance John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG David B. Soule, Insurance Commissioner RS 1944, c. 11, §12
07/26/1950 Rode-Rite asphalt Ralph W. Farris, AG H. M. Orr, Purchasing Agent RS 1944, c. 20
07/26/1950 Taxation of property deeded to the United States Government with reservation for a life estate to the grantor Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Assessor
07/27/1950 Permit under Section 6, Chapter 72, R. S., as amended Ralph W. Farris, AG David H. Stevens, Member, Sanitary Water Board PL 1945, c. 345; PL 1947, c. 266; PL 1949, c. 332 RS 1944, c. 33, §57; RS 1944, c. 72, §4 ff
07/27/1950 Tiering and piling machines, P. L. 1949, Chapter 374, § 99-B Ralph W. Farris, AG E. K. Sawyer, Supervising Inspector of Elevators PL 1949, c. 374 RS 1944, c. 25, §99-B
08/02/1950 Letter from former inmate, State Prison John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor
08/17/1950 Water testing law Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred L. Kenney, Director of Finance, Education Department PL 1947, c. 305 RS 1944, c. 22, §121-A; RS 1944, c. 37
08/18/1950 Mileage of county attorney Ralph W. Farris, AG J. W. Randlette, Chairman, County Commissioners' Court RS 1944, c. 79, §130; RS 1944, c. 79, §131
08/28/1950 Contributions of missing person Ralph W. Farris, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System
08/28/1950 Sale of Criehaven schoolhouse Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Assessor P&SL 1925, c. 10; PL 1945, c. 182 RS 1944, c. 37, §153
09/05/1950 Scope of the work of the Board of Registration of Nurses John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Mildred I. Lenz, Educational Secretary, Board of Registration of Nurses RS 1944, c. 63, §2
09/05/1950 Liability of instructors at the teachers colleges and normal schools and of teachers employed under the Division of Unorganized Townships and Plantations John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Ermo H. Scott, Deputy Commissioner of Education 139 Me. 371
09/06/1950 Berry Library in Buxton Ralph W. Farris, AG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education
09/11/1950 State Highway Commission Ralph W. Farris, AG Norman Weed, Budget Director
09/20/1950 Qualifications of the State of Maine to participate under the Dingell-Johnson Federal Aid to Fisheries Act of August 9, 1950 John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG George J. Stobie, Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game PL 1947, c. 355 RS 1944, c. 11, §14; RS 1944, c. 33, §63; RS 1944, c. 33, §110
09/28/1950 Pollen and fungus survey Ralph W. Farris, AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor Resolves 1949, c. 140
09/29/1950 Fertilizer tax law, Chapter 378, P. L. 1949 Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Assessor PL 1949, c. 378 RS 1944, c. 14, §217-A ff
10/04/1950 Sections 41 and 44 of Chapter 121, R. S. 1944 Ralph W. Farris, AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry PL 1933, c. 245; PL 1939, c. 255 RS 1944, c. 121, §37 ff
10/04/1950 Moosehorn Migratory Bird Refuge - jurisdiction Ralph W. Farris, AG Lester E. Brown, Chief Warden Resolves 1937, c. 85
10/11/1950 Sunday stock car racing John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1933, c. 245 RS 1944, c. 50; RS 1944, c. 121, §40 19490907
10/17/1950 Chapter 429, P. L. 1949, Part C thereof John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Francis G. Buzzell, Chief, Division of Animal Industry PL 1949, c. 429 RS 1944, c. 27, §73-A
10/19/1950 Legal protection of patients Ralph W. Farris, AG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Service
10/20/1950 Certified seed Ralph W. Farris, AG E. L. Newdick, Chief, Division of Plant Industry, Agriculture PL 1945, c. 153 RS 1944, c. 27, §124 ff
10/26/1950 Traffic survey John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG State Highway Commission P&SL 1941, c. 69; P&SL 1949, c. 208
10/30/1950 Research fellowship Ralph W. Farris, AG Everett F. Greaton, Executive Director, Maine Development Commission RS 1944, c. 14, §215
11/06/1950 Section 165 of Chapter 37 with respect to academies, when read in conjunction with Section 201 of Chapter 37, both sections as amended John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §154; RS 1944, c. 37, §165; RS 1944, c. 37, §201
11/07/1950 Hyde Memorial Home - subsidies Ralph W. Farris, AG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education PL 1945, c. 149 RS 1944, c. 37, §180-A ff
11/09/1950 Procedure to be followed when a child is taken from a school John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Howard L. Bowen, Associate Deputy Commissioner of Education
11/09/1950 Deed John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Harold J. Dyer, Director of State Parks
11/17/1950 Maine State Prison dairy farm - fire Ralph W. Farris, AG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Service RS 1944, c. 85, §2
11/22/1950 Compensation for the death or injury of an individual performing civil defense duties in a local organization John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Spaulding Bisbee, Director, Civil Defense & Public Safety PL 1949, c. 298 RS 1944, c. 11-A, §8
12/04/1950 Council Order No. 356 Ralph W. Farris, AG R. W. Carter, Supervising Accountant Auditor RS 1944, c. 20 Council Order #356
12/05/1950 Section 12, Uniform State Aeronautics Commission Act; Chapter 389, Public Laws of 1949, Paragraph I of Subsection I of Chapter 15 John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Scott K. Higgins, Director, Aeronautics Commission PL 1949, c. 389
12/07/1950 Chapter 290, P. L. 1947, witness fees; police officers' fees Ralph W. Farris, AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor PL 1947, c. 290
12/07/1950 Residents of Indian Island voting in Old Town city elections Ralph W. Farris, AG James T. Ross, Chairman, Board of Registration, Old Town PL 1937, c. 209; PL 1941, c. 20; PL 1943, c. 132; PL 1947, c. 83; PL 1949, c. 349 RS 1944, c. 5, §64
12/19/1950 Question of authority of the Governor of the State of Maine to extend regular enlistments of members of the military forces of the state Ralph W. Farris, AG George M. Carter, Adjutant General PL 1949, c. 326 RS 1944, c. 12, §33; RS 1944, c. 12, §90
12/21/1950 Taxation of insurance companies Ralph W. Farris, AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Assessor RS 1944, c. 14, §133; RS 1944, c. 85, §29
01/05/1951 Licenses, leases, etc. John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Harold J. Dyer, Director, State Park Commission RS 1944, c. 32, §23
01/08/1951 Correspondence with Housing and Home Finance Agency re addition to State House, Augusta, Maine John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor
01/22/1951 Expenditures in excess of county estimates Neal A. Donahue, AAG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor RS 1944, c. 79, §26; RS 1944, c. 79, §27
02/07/1951 Uncollected costs of court John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor PL 1947, c. 290 RS 1944, c. 137, §5
02/08/1951 Income from money arising from the sale of timber and grass on public reserved lots John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Frank S. Carpenter, Treasurer of State PL 1917, c. 261; PL 1919, c. 15 RS 1944, c. 32, §38
02/21/1951 Incompatibility John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor
02/22/1951 Appropriations by towns Neal A. Donahue, AAG Spaulding Bisbee, Director, Civil Defense & Public Safety PL 1949, c. 298
03/12/1951 Hearings John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG H. H. Chenevert, Milk Commission
03/14/1951 Approval of plans for schoolhouses Neal A. Donahue, AAG William O. Bailey, Deputy Commissioner of Education 110 Me. 241
03/16/1951 Lamoine State Park Neal A. Donahue, AAG Harold J. Dyer, Director, State Park Commission
03/27/1951 Partnership of husband and wife Neal A. Donahue, AAG Maine Real Estate Commission RS 1944, c. 153, §39 91 Me. 542
03/28/1951 Maine State Office Building Authority John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG H. H. Harris, State Controller 146 Me. 183
04/03/1951 Elevator rules Neal A. Donahue, AAG Marion E. Martin, Chairman, Board of Elevator Rules RS 1944, c. 374, §99-C; RS 1944, c. 374, §99-H
04/23/1951 Chapter 328, P. L. 1947 John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor PL 1947, c. 328
04/26/1951 Teachers' contracts - P. L. 1951, Chapter 203 Neal A. Donahue, AAG Ermo H. Scott, Deputy Commissioner of Education PL 1951, c. 203
04/27/1951 Schoolhouse plans (Bingham) Neal A. Donahue, AAG William O. Bailey, Deputy Commissioner of Education P&SL 1949, c. 19 RS 1944, c. 37, §19; RS 1944, c. 37, §21
05/11/1951 Chapter 260, Public Laws of 1951, An Act Relating to Schooling in Unorganized Territory Boyd L. Bailey, AAG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor PL 1951, c. 260 RS 1944, c. 14, §74-A; RS 1944, c. 37, §148
05/18/1951 Slash John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG A. D. Nutting, Forest Commissioner PL 1949, c. 363
05/21/1951 Penobscot Fishway Patrol John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games PL 1935, c. 174
05/21/1951 Last sentence of Sec. 2 of Article IV, Part Third, Constitution John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor 4 Me. 298; 18 Me. 142; 30 Me. 226; 47 Me. 238 Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3, §2; Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3, §16
05/22/1951 Employees in military or naval service John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police PL 1939, c. 314; PL 1943, c. 300; PL 1949, c. 91 RS 1944, c. 59, §23
05/22/1951 Propriety of committing an insane person to a state hospital on the authority of an osteopath John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Jerome Burrows, City Solicitor of Rockland PL 1945, c. 313 RS 1944, c. 23, §114 19421007
05/22/1951 Irrevocable consent John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Maine Real Estate Commission
05/23/1951 Admission of graduate of Dalhousie University to practice dentistry John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG R. A. Derbyshire RS 1944, c. 66
05/31/1951 Pipe line lease John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG A. D. Nutting, Forest Commissioner RS 1944, c. 1, §8
05/31/1951 Revocation of a guide's license John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG W. E. Bradbury, Acting Deputy Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1944, c. 33, §29
05/31/1951 Powers of arrest John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Spaulding Bisbee, Director, Civil Defense & Public Safety PL 1951, c. 273 RS 1944, c. 11-A, §7
05/31/1951 Right of access to great ponds John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games 73 Me. 441; 118 Me. 503
06/04/1951 Irrevocable consent James G. Frost, AAG Maine Real Estate Commission
06/08/1951 Good time credits for parole violators James G. Frost, AAG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Service RS 1944, c. 136, §22 19440229
06/21/1951 Eligibility James G. Frost, AAG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1951, c. 330 95 Me. 564 Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3, §10
06/21/1951 Mileage James G. Frost, AAG H. H. Harris, State Controller PL 1951, c. 339; PL 1951, c. 340
06/22/1951 Salaries James G. Frost, AAG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police PL 1951, c. 408
06/22/1951 Civil office James G. Frost, AAG Frederick G. Payne, Governor Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3, §10
06/26/1951 Authority under secs. 22 and 24, Ch. 25, R. S. 1944 James G. Frost, AAG Evelyn D. Marshall, Factory Inspector, Labor and Industry PL 1951, c. 184 RS 1944, c. 25, §22; RS 1944, c. 25, §24
06/26/1951 Liquor Research Commission; School Building Commission James G. Frost, AAG Frederick G. Payne, Governor P&SL 1949, c. 213; PL 1949, c. 437; P&SL 1951, c. 218; PL 1951, c. 405
06/29/1951 Application of sales and use tax law to City of Lewiston Boyd L. Bailey, AAG Mayor and municipal officers, City of Lewiston (Water Department) PL 1951, c. 250 RS 1944, c. 40, §15
07/06/1951 Change of name of licensee - livestock dealer licensee James G. Frost, AAG Division of Animal Husbandry, Department of Agriculture
07/09/1951 Section 100-B, Chapter 323, P. L. 1951 James G. Frost, AAG John de Winter, Director, Traffic Division, State Police PL 1947, c. 348; PL 1951, c. 323 RS 1944, c. 19, §100 ff
07/13/1951 Fees on certain sales William H. Niehoff, AAG H. H. Chenevert, Milk Commission
07/17/1951 Licenses required by Section 224-C, Chapter 184, P. L. 1951 James G. Frost, AAG A. K. Gardner, Commissioner of Agriculture PL 1951, c. 184 RS 1944, c. 27, §224-C
07/23/1951 Authority to hold and transfer women incarcerated at State Prison to the Women's Reformatory in Skowhegan Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Allan L. Robbins, Warden, Maine State Prison RS 1944, c. 23, §52
07/23/1951 Armory appropriation James G. Frost, AAG George M. Carter, Adjutant General Resolves 1949, c. 143
07/23/1951 Chapter 395, P. L. 1951 James G. Frost, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System P&SL 1865, c. 532; PL 1951, c. 395 RS 1944, c. 60-A Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3, §16
07/24/1951 Demurrage James G. Frost, AAG H. M. Orr, Purchasing Agent
07/26/1951 Archery Licenses James G. Frost, AAG Lester E. Brown, Chief Warden PL 1951, c. 350
07/27/1951 Hand signal law James G. Frost, AAG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police PL 1951, c. 301 RS 1944, c. 19, §1; RS 1944, c. 19, §107-A
07/27/1951 Fees of Secretary of State James G. Frost, AAG Frederick G. Payne, Governor RS 1944, c. 14, §33; RS 1944, c. 18, §6; RS 1944, c. 19, §5; RS 1944, c. 19, §8
07/31/1951 State Hospital records James G. Frost, AAG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Service 19440209
08/02/1951 Chapter 2, Public Laws of 1951 James G. Frost, AAG Raymond C. Mudge, Finance Commissioner PL 1951, c. 2
08/02/1951 Interpretation of the word "keeper", in Ch. 342, P. L. 1951 James G. Frost, AAG W. Earle Bradbury, Deputy Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game PL 1951, c. 342 RS 1944, c. 33, §84 Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3
08/15/1951 Panel of mediators James G. Frost, AAG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1951, c. 353
08/21/1951 Fees James G. Frost, AAG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor 19510109
08/21/1951 Encumbrance of funds James G. Frost, AAG Kenneth B. Burns, Accountant Supervisor, Institutional Service RS 1944, c. 14, §21; RS 1944, c. 14, §23
08/27/1951 Tuition liability James G. Frost, AAG Philip A. Annas, Associate Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §39; RS 1944, c. 37, §83; RS 1944, c. 37, §98
08/29/1951 State Police salary scales James G. Frost, AAG Leo Fox, Finance Department PL 1951, c. 408
08/30/1951 United Nations representatives - fishing licenses James G. Frost, AAG Lester E. Brown, Chief Warden RS 1944, c. 33, §32
08/30/1951 Submission of checks during bid process James G. Frost, AAG C. H. Arber, Merit Award Board RS 1944, c. 20, §21
08/30/1951 Sections 22 and 24, Chapter 25, R. S. 1944 James G. Frost, AAG Evelyn D. Marshall, Factory Inspector, Labor and Industry RS 1944, c. 25, §22; RS 1944, c. 25, §24
08/30/1951 Section 124, Chapter 37, R. S. 1944 James G. Frost, AAG Ermo H. Scott, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §124
09/05/1951 Dogs James G. Frost, AAG S. F. Dorrance, Livestock Specialist, Department of Agriculture RS 1944, c. 88, §12
09/10/1951 Portable sawmills James G. Frost, AAG Fred E. Holt, Supervisor, Forestry PL 1949, c. 423
09/10/1951 School bus - signal law James G. Frost, AAG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State PL 1951, c. 301 RS 1944, c. 37, §9
09/10/1951 Employment of aliens James G. Frost, AAG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 11, §5
09/10/1951 Expenditures for publicity James G. Frost, AAG W. Earle Bradbury, Deputy Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1944, c. 33, §63; RS 1944, c. 33, §110
09/10/1951 Vacancy in office of Register of Probate James G. Frost, AAG Frederick G. Payne, Governor RS 1944, c. 140, §27 Me. Const. Art. VI, §7
09/14/1951 Vacation pay James G. Frost, AAG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry RS 1944, c. 25, §38 19500206
09/14/1951 Admissions under Chapter 374, Public Laws of 1951 Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Service PL 1951, c. 374 RS 1944, c. 23, §104 ff
09/17/1951 Salary adjustments - State Police James G. Frost, AAG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1951, c. 408; PL 1951, c. 412; Resolves 1951, c. 120
09/25/1951 Release of state's claim for old age assistance Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Everett F. Greaton, Executive Director, Maine Development Commission PL 1947, c. 336 RS 1944, c. 22, §272
09/25/1951 Appointment of members of the Maine School Building Authority James G. Frost, AAG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1951, c. 405 RS 1944, c. 37, §215
09/26/1951 State subsidy payment rates for evening school programs, 1950-51 James G. Frost, AAG Morris P. Cates, Deputy Commissioner of Education PL 1951, c. 104 RS 1944, c. 37, §166
09/26/1951 Refunding highway and bridge bonds James G. Frost, AAG Frank S. Carpenter, Treasurer of State PL 1951, c. 338; P&SL 1951, c. 209
10/02/1951 Salary of Major Young James G. Frost, AAG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police PL 1947, c. 385; PL 1949, c. 310; PL 1951, c. 408 RS 1944, c. 13, §5
10/03/1951 License to married women James G. Frost, AAG Doris St. Pierre, Secretary, Real Estate Commission
10/09/1951 Disposition of disclosure fees James G. Frost, AAG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor PL 1951, c. 1 RS 1944, c. 96, §9; RS 1944, c. 107, §23; RS 1944, c. 107, §24; RS 1944, c. 107, §42; RS 1944, c. 137, §5 70 Me. 36
10/10/1951 Boilers James G. Frost, AAG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry PL 1935, c. 85 RS 1944, c. 25, §51 ff
10/17/1951 Statistics Neal A. Donahue, AAG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry RS 1944, c. 25, §2; RS 1944, c. 25, §3, RS 1944, c. 25, §9
10/30/1951 Tax collector and selectman John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor RS 1944, c. 80, §116
11/02/1951 Social Security - housing authorities James G. Frost, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1943, c. 260; PL 1949, c. 441 RS 1944, c. 81-A
11/02/1951 Wardens James G. Frost, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1947, c. 384 RS 1944, c. 60, §6-A
11/07/1951 Railroad closings - school buses John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG John de Winter, Director, Traffic Division, State Police PL 1951, c. 235 RS 1944, c. 19, §37-A
11/07/1951 Inspection of private schools John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Philip A. Annas, Associate Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §3
11/09/1951 Age limits with respect to tenure of office John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor P&SL 1865, c. 532; P&SL 1951, c. 122
11/09/1951 Condemnation of land for school purposes James G. Frost, AAG William O. Bailey, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §10; RS 1944, c. 84, §29 ff
11/20/1951 Featherfish and spinning with rod and reel Neal A. Donahue, AAG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games RS 1944, c. 33 §44
11/20/1951 Court cases before Judge Hugh Hastings John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games
11/26/1951 Conservation of scallops in Penobscot Bay James G. Frost, AAG Ronald W. Green, Chief Warden, Sea and Shore Fisheries PL 1951, c. 175 RS 1944, c. 33, §5
11/27/1951 County extension associations James G. Frost, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1951, c. 395
11/27/1951 Lectures James G. Frost, AAG Doris St. Pierre, Secretary, Real Estate Commission
11/27/1951 Hospital employees James G. Frost, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System
11/27/1951 Interrogatories re accidents and injuries James G. Frost, AAG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry RS 1944, c. 25, §3; RS 1944, c. 25, §9
11/29/1951 Running Horse Race Commission James G. Frost, AAG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1949, c. 289
11/29/1951 Teacher contract law James G. Frost, AAG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education PL 1951, c. 203 RS 1944, c. 37, §78
12/03/1951 Formal contracts James G. Frost, AAG Irving W. Russell, Superintendent of Public Buildings RS 1944, c. 14, §43 78 Me. 230 19090928
12/03/1951 Advertising for bids James G. Frost, AAG Irving W. Russell, Superintendent of Public Buildings RS 1944, c. 14, §44
12/04/1951 Chapter 201, P&SL 1951 James G. Frost, AAG Commissioner of Finance and Treasurer of State P&SL 1951, c. 201 139 Me. 416 Me. Const. Art. IX, §14
12/14/1951 Salaries of trial justices Roger A. Putnam, AAG Harold J. Rubin, County Attorney, Sagadahoc PL 1947, c. 262
12/14/1951 Escheat of unclaimed dividends of closed banks James G. Frost, AAG Frank S. Carpenter, Treasurer of State RS 1944, c. 55, §69; RS 1944, c. 55, §71
12/14/1951 Land purchases James G. Frost, AAG John H. Maasen, Jr., Biologist, Inland Fisheries and Game
12/14/1951 Probationary periods; contract forms and notice of termination James G. Frost, AAG Ermo H. Scott, Deputy Commissioner of Education PL 1951, c. 203
12/14/1951 Payments to superintendents as provided in Section 71, Chapter 37 James G. Frost, AAG Fred L. Kenney, Director of Finance, Department of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §71
12/14/1951 Burden of proof or proceeding with proof on hearing re revocation of operator's license John S. S. Fessenden, Deputy AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State RS 1944, c. 19, §6; RS 1944, c. 19, §9
12/18/1951 Licensing of state agencies under milk control law James G. Frost, AAG Frederick G. Payne, Governor RS 1944, c. 26, §2
12/18/1951 Indian reservations James G. Frost, AAG Frederick G. Payne, Governor Resolves 1849, c. 186; Resolves 1867, c. 133; Resolves 1878, c. 6; PL 1883, c. 137; Resolves 1883, c. 73 RS 1944, c. 22, §337; RS 1944, c. 22, §341; RS 1944, c. 22, §343
12/21/1951 Employment of persons who have attained age 70 James G. Frost, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1947, c. 384 RS 1944, c. 60, §6-A 19511109
12/27/1951 Probation clerk, Cumberland County James G. Frost, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1947, c. 384
12/28/1951 Participating districts (City of Rockland) James G. Frost, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System
01/02/1952 Stonington Water Company James G. Frost, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System P&SL 1907, c. 240; P&SL 1909, c. 371
01/03/1952 Absent voting for members of the armed forces James G. Frost, AAG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State P&SL 1943, c. 92
01/03/1952 Public utilities James G. Frost, AAG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police 148 Me. 107; 148 Me. 197
01/04/1952 Domicile and residence, under Chapter 34, R. S. James G. Frost, AAG W. Atherton Fuller, Jr., County Attorney, Hancock County PL 1951, c. 175; PL 1951, c. 257 RS 1944, c. 34, §16; RS 1944, c. 34, §115
01/09/1952 Modifications of agreement between state agency and the Social Security Administration James G. Frost, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1951, c. 395
01/14/1952 Schooling of displaced persons James G. Frost, AAG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §83; RS 1944, c. §201
01/17/1952 Privilege from arrest of senators and representatives during the Legislative session Roger A. Putnam, AAG Foster Tabb, Senate 16 Me. 132 Me. Const. Art. IV, §8
01/24/1952 School bands James G. Frost, AAG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 80, §93
01/28/1952 Equal pay for women teachers James G. Frost, AAG Ermo H. Scott, Deputy Commissioner of Education PL 1951, c. 308
01/28/1952 Inspection of children's homes James G. Frost, AAG Frederick G. Payne, Governor RS 1944, c. 22, §243; RS 1944, c. 85, §29
01/28/1952 Municipal regulations - time limit James G. Frost, AAG Robert L. Dow, Commissioner, Sea and Shore Fisheries RS 1944, c. 34, §62
01/29/1952 Cumberland County Sheriff and state troopers Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor
01/29/1952 Assessments by counties against municipalities James G. Frost, AAG Spaulding Bisbee, Director, Civil Defense & Public Safety PL 1949, c. 298; PL 1951, c. 273
01/29/1952 Direct deductible fire insurance coverage James G. Frost, AAG Guy R. Whitten, Deputy Insurance Commissioner RS 1944, c. 56, §96
01/30/1952 Local participating district - Millinocket James G. Frost, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1941, c. 328 19511228
01/31/1952 Reprinting of Maine statutes James G. Frost, AAG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State
01/31/1952 Eastport petition Roger A. Putnam, AAG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §3
02/04/1952 Special projects James G. Frost, AAG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education PL 1951, c. 386 RS 1944, c. 37, §204
02/04/1952 Section 56-B - canoes James G. Frost, AAG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games RS 1944, c. 33, §56-B
02/06/1952 Portland municipal court James G. Frost, AAG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1825, c. 294; PL 1856, c. 204
02/11/1952 Fish screen at Bear Pond James G. Frost, AAG W. Earle Bradbury, Deputy Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game Resolves 1951, c. 85
02/12/1952 Status of academies and institutions James G. Frost, AAG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §96; RS 1944, c. 37, §103
02/12/1952 Distribution of income from trust fund - lands reserved for public uses James G. Frost, AAG Harry E. Henderson, Deputy Treasurer of State PL 1951, c. 167; PL 1951, c. 260 RS 1944, c. 32, §38
02/12/1952 Fifty-four hour law James G. Frost, AAG Carl T. Russell, Deputy Commissioner of Labor and Industry RS 1944, c. 25, §22 ff 19480607
02/20/1952 Licenses of returning veterans James G. Frost, AAG Ermo H. Scott, Deputy Commissioner of Education PL 1947, c. 403 RS 1944, c. 37, §158; RS 1944, c. 37, §201; RS 1944, c. 59, §23
02/21/1952 Fines collected under Section 125 of Chapter 33, R. S. 1944 James G. Frost, AAG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games RS 1944, c. 33, §110; RS 1944, c. 33, §125
02/21/1952 Incorporation James G. Frost, AAG Donald F. Ellis, Secretary, Board of Registration in Optometry RS 1944, c. 69
02/21/1952 Contracts between the Maine School Building Authority and community school districts James G. Frost, AAG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education Resolves 1951, c. 127 RS 1944, c. 37, §92-A ff
03/03/1952 Hospital instruction costs James G. Frost, AAG Eleanor G. Powers, Director, Special Education for Physically Handicapped Children RS 1944, c. 37, §180-A 19501103
03/03/1952 Examination, certain agents James G. Frost, AAG Guy R. Whitten, Deputy Insurance Commissioner PL 1951, c. 256; PL 1951, c. 277 RS 1944, c. 56, §249 ff
03/17/1952 Korean veterans James G. Frost, AAG Willis H. Allen, Examination Supervisor, Personnel Department PL 1945, c. 360; PL 1951, c. 157
03/17/1952 Legality of commitment papers signed only by register Roger A. Putnam, AAG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Service PL 1951, c. 374 RS 1944, c. 23, §109
03/17/1952 Fort Fairfield Public Library James G. Frost, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1951, c. 395 RS 1944, c. 60, §16
03/18/1952 Overtaking vehicles - when not to pass James G. Frost, AAG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police RS 1944, c. 19, §104
03/25/1952 Nearest relative or guardian James G. Frost, AAG N.S. Kupelian, Superintendent, Pownal State School RS 1944, c. 23, §158 ff
03/25/1952 Employees handling school lunch programs James G. Frost, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1951, c. 395
03/25/1952 Apprehension of absentees and deserters from the armed forces James G. Frost, AAG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police
03/27/1952 Additional contributions James G. Frost, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System RS 1944, c. 60, §13
03/27/1952 Licenses-families of servicemen stationed in Maine James G. Frost, AAG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games RS 1944, c. 33, §32
03/31/1952 Elevator inspection and certificate fees James G. Frost, AAG Howell G. Cutter, Supervising Inspector, Labor and Industry PL 1947, c. 188; PL 1949, c. 374 RS 1944, c. 25, §99-H; RS 1944, c. 85, §29 19490325
03/31/1952 Subsidies - part-time positions James G. Frost, AAG Fred L. Kenney, Director of Finance, Department of Education PL 1951, c. 386 RS 1944, c. 37, §195 ff
04/04/1952 Imposition of fines James G. Frost, AAG Julius Greenstein, Chairman, Boxing Commission RS 1944, c. 78
04/04/1952 Participating local districts James G. Frost, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1947, c. 384; PL 1951, c. 266 RS 1944, c. 60, §15 19470805
04/14/1952 Powers of the governor in re strikes Neal A. Donahue, AAG Frederick G. Payne, Governor RS 1944, c. 12, §2; RS 1944, c. 25, §11; RS 1944, c. 123, §10
04/22/1952 Credit for state tax in unorganized townships James G. Frost, Deputy AG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor P&SL 1951, c. 213
04/25/1952 Land sale Neal A. Donahue, AAG Frederick G. Payne, Governor
04/29/1952 Interpretation of "properly avouched" James G. Frost, Deputy AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor RS 1944, c. 37, §25
04/30/1952 Certain expenditures from dedicated revenue James G. Frost, Deputy AG W. Earle Bradbury, Deputy Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1944, c. 33, §63; RS 1944, c. 33, §110
05/02/1952 Tree surgery licenses James G. Frost, Deputy AG H. B. Peirson, State Entomologist RS 1944, c. 32, §51; RS 1944, c. 32, §52
05/07/1952 Attestation of signature of treasurer of state on certain bonds James G. Frost, Deputy AG Harry E. Henderson, Deputy Treasurer of State
05/07/1952 Liability - Swan Island James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games
05/08/1952 Five-year limit on certain credits James G. Frost, Deputy AG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §201
05/08/1952 Powers of superintending school committee James G. Frost, Deputy AG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §50
05/13/1952 State Police Reserve Corps Neal A. Donahue, AAG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police
05/16/1952 Fencing of fur farms James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games RS 1944, c. 33, §11
05/16/1952 Conveyance of property belonging to husband of inmate James G. Frost, Deputy AG Harold A. Pooler, Superintendent, Bangor State Hospital
05/19/1952 Official records, superintending school committees James G. Frost, Deputy AG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education
05/26/1952 Georgia registrations on automobiles James G. Frost, Deputy AG Acting Judge Advocate, Presque Isle Air Force Base
05/26/1952 Six-hour credits James G. Frost, Deputy AG Harland A. Ladd, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §201 19520508
06/03/1952 Anthony Rockford Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Allan L. Robbins, Warden, Maine State Prison 4 Cranch 75
06/09/1952 Beaver damage James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games RS 1944, c. 33, §100
06/09/1952 Extension of credit James G. Frost, Deputy AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor 19491125
06/09/1952 Fire insurance on buildings under construction James G. Frost, Deputy AG Clyde N. Manwell, Park Planner
06/10/1952 Files of the state paper James G. Frost, Deputy AG Marion B. Stubbs, State Librarian PL 1951, c. 91
06/18/1952 Turnpike employees - retirement Alexander A. LaFleur, AG George D. Varney P&SL 1941, c. 69
06/20/1952 Alewife fishery in Newcastle James G. Frost, Deputy AG Robert L. Dow, Commissioner, Sea and Shore Fisheries
06/20/1952 Guides James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games RS 1944, c. 33, §119
06/24/1952 Denial of the application of the town of Norridgewock to the Maine School Building Authority Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Frank L. Ames, Norridgewock P&SL 1945, c. 130; PL 1951, c. 405 RS 1944, c. 37, §218 147 Me. 410
07/10/1952 Power of arrest James G. Frost, Deputy AG Spaulding Bisbee, Director, Civil Defense & Public Safety PL 1951, c. 273 RS 1944, c. 11-A, §7 19510531
07/22/1952 Offer of Central Maine Power Company James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games
07/28/1952 "Bank" in name of corporation James G. Frost, Deputy AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State RS 1944, c. 55, §5
07/31/1952 Members of Board of Education Roger A. Putnam, AAG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State PL 1949, c. 403; PL 1951, c. 155 78 Me. 276; 83 Me. 251
08/05/1952 Audit, town of Dedham James G. Frost, Deputy AG Fred M. Berry, State Auditor P&SL 1927, c. 43; P&SL 1947, c. 57 RS 1944, c. 80, §116
08/06/1952 Rights of beneficiary under the Maine State Retirement System Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Frederic H. Bird, Councillor, Fifth District PL 1947, c. 384; PL 1951, c. 367
08/12/1952 Permits to hunt and fish on property of Dow Air Force Base Neal A. Donahue, AAG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games
08/22/1952 Fishing rights on streams James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games RS 1944, c. 33, §53
08/28/1952 Authority in practice alerts Neal A. Donahue, AAG Spaulding Bisbee, Director, Civil Defense & Public Safety
08/28/1952 Workshop Neal A. Donahue, AAG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry
08/29/1952 Regular employees of brokers Neal A. Donahue, AAG Doris St. Pierre, Secretary, Real Estate Commission RS 1944, c. 75, §2
09/02/1952 Contingent fund - pier at Bar Harbor Neal A. Donahue, AAG R. C. Mudge, Finance Commissioner P&SL 1951, c. 219
09/03/1952 Cutting up of lobster meat for processing purposes Neal A. Donahue, AAG Robert L. Dow, Commissioner, Sea and Shore Fisheries PL 1951, c. 394 RS 1944, c. 34, §120
09/09/1952 Participating district - rights of employee Neal A. Donahue, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1941, c. 328; PL 1947, c. 384
09/15/1952 Seals James G. Frost, Deputy AG W. Earle Bradbury, Deputy Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1944, c. 33, §13
09/16/1952 Terms of office of appointive members of the Maine School Building Authority Roger A. Putnam, AAG Frederick G. Payne, Governor PL 1951, c. 405 RS 1944, c. 14, §5
09/17/1952 Interstate compacts James G. Frost, Deputy AG Spaulding Bisbee, Director, Civil Defense & Public Safety
09/19/1952 Disposition of fines, etc. James G. Frost, Deputy AG George H. Chick, Chief, Division of Markets, Agriculture RS 1944, c. 27, §225 ff
09/23/1952 Labor of prisoners James G. Frost, Deputy AG Melvin E. Anderson, County Attorney, Aroostook RS 1944, c. 79, §20; RS 1944, c. 79, §25 116 Me. 408
09/24/1952 Options James G. Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1951, c. 367 RS 1944, c. 60, §1; RS 1944, c. 60, §10
09/25/1952 Loss of re-employment rights Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Frederick P. O'Connell, Director RS 1944, c. 59, §23; RS 1944, c. 60, §3
10/06/1952 Accident, note, and bankruptcy James G. Frost, Deputy AG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State 79 Me. 62; 104 Me. 447; 62 S.Ct. 24
10/16/1952 Elections Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor
10/27/1952 Insurance - Fort Preble Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Morris P. Cates, Deputy Commissioner of Education
11/03/1952 Shooting at cars in attempt to stop them James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games RS 1944, c. 33, §68; RS 1944, c. 33, §119
11/04/1952 Time out on bail James G. Frost, Deputy AG Allan L. Robbins, Warden, Maine State Prison
11/05/1952 Vacancy in judgeship of a municipal court James G. Frost, Deputy AG George Meloon, Council 61 Me. 601; 79 Me. 439
11/07/1952 Insurance on former Colby Field House owned by the City of Waterville and leased to the State of Maine David B. Soule, AAG George M. Carter, Adjutant General
11/12/1952 Meaning of "member" and "another corporation" Neal A. Donahue, AAG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State RS 1944, c. 49, §21 53 Mass. 3
11/12/1952 Mining claims Neal A. Donahue, AAG Joseph M. Trefethen, State Geologist PL 1951, c. 298 RS 1944, c. 36, §11
11/21/1952 License of juvenile delinquent James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games RS 1944, c. 33, §64
11/24/1952 Reimbursement of costs of fire fighting James G. Frost, Deputy AG A. D. Nutting, Forest Commissioner PL 1949, c. 356 RS 1944, c. 85, §58
11/24/1952 Use of venison in Thanksgiving baskets James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games RS 1944, c. 33, §84
11/26/1952 Doing business in this state James G. Frost, Deputy AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State RS 1944, c. 49, §123
11/26/1952 Continuous survey of closed clam areas James G. Frost, Deputy AG Robert L. Dow, Commissioner, Sea and Shore Fisheries Resolves 1949, c. 188 RS 1944, c. 34, §94
11/26/1952 Pack of herring James G. Frost, Deputy AG C. P. Osgood, Chief, Division of Inspection, Agriculture RS 1944, c. 27, §200; RS 1944, c. 34, §24
12/02/1952 Rule 12.3 - violation James G. Frost, Deputy AG Ober Vaughan, Director, Department of Personnel RS 1944, c. 59, §4
12/03/1952 Maine Maritime Academy - request for temporary loan from contingent fund James G. Frost, Deputy AG Frederick G. Payne, Governor P&SL 1947, c. 24
12/29/1952 Reimbursement to towns for architects' fees Roger A. Putnam, AAG William O. Bailey, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §195 146 Me. 183
12/29/1952 Albert A. Parent James G. Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1947, c. 384 RS 1944, c. 60, §6-A; RS 1944, c. 60, §9
12/31/1952 Schooling of Indian children in Indian Township Miles P. Frye, AAG Edward L. McMonagle, Department of Education Resolves 1865, c. 400; Resolves 1880, c. 186; PL 1919, c. 127; PL 1921, c. 176; PL 1927, c. 56; PL 1933, c. 146; PL 1949, c. 349; PL 1951, c. 260 RS 1944, c. 22, §364; RS 1944, c. 37, §142 ff 71 Me. 164; 82 Me. 260; 91 Me. 542 19480719
01/05/1953 Power of governor respecting chairman of liquor commission Boyd L. Bailey, AAG Burton M. Cross, Governor PL 1947, c. 250 RS 1944, c. 57, §3 72 Me. 542; 125 Me. 529 Me. Const. Art. IX, §6
01/05/1953 Safe deposit box of inmate James G. Frost, Deputy AG W. D. Deering, Treasurer, Augusta State Hospital RS 1944, c. 164, §87
01/15/1953 Legislative Research Committee Miles P. Frye, AAG President of the Senate and Speaker of the House PL 1947, c. 392 RS 1944, c. 9, §23 ff
01/15/1953 Vacancy in Office of Register of Probate, Sagadahoc County Neal A. Donahue, AAG Burton M. Cross, Governor RS 1944, c. 140, §27 Me. Const. Art. VI, §7
01/16/1953 Eligibility of councilor for appointment to public office James G. Frost, Deputy AG Burton M. Cross, Governor Me. Const. Art. V, Pt. 2, §4
01/30/1953 Property tax - Indian Township Miles P. Frye, AAG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor RS 1944, c. 14, §72
02/02/1953 Two beneficiaries James G. Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System RS 1944, c. 60, §10
02/03/1953 Eligibility for appointment to Dental Board Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Burton M. Cross, Governor RS 1944, c. 66, §1
02/06/1953 Sales taxes on Indian reservations Boyd L. Bailey, AAG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor RS 1944, c. 81, §6 21 Me. 535; 84 Me. 465; 137 Me. 358; 51 S.Ct. 598; 56 S.Ct. 507 Me. Const. Art. II, §1 19440218
02/06/1953 Deposit of trust funds James G. Frost, Deputy AG Frank S. Carpenter, Treasurer of State RS 1944, c. 15, §11; RS 1944, c. 55, §67 ff; RS 1944, c. 141, §44 ff
02/19/1953 Appointments by governor and council James G. Frost, Deputy AG Burton M. Cross, Governor RS 1944, c. 13, §1 72 Me. 542
02/25/1953 Leases James G. Frost, Deputy AG H. M. Orr, Purchasing Agent RS 1944, c. 14, §35 19420128
03/02/1953 Exclusion from school James G. Frost, Deputy AG Herbert G. Espy, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §59; RS 1944, c. 37, §83 19410516; 19460621
03/02/1953 Military leave James G. Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System RS 1944, c. 59, §23; RS 1944, c. 60, §3 71 Me. 164; 91 Me. 542
03/02/1953 Lincoln Academy James G. Frost, Deputy AG Morris P. Cates, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §96; RS 1944, c. 80, §90
03/10/1953 Regulations issues by Sea and Shore Fisheries Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Burton M. Cross, Governor RS 1944, c. 34, §30 84 Me. 444; 105 Me. 76
03/12/1953 Appointment of the Chief Justice James G. Frost, Deputy AG Burton M. Cross, Governor
03/17/1953 Public utilities commissioner - business connections Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Burton M. Cross, Governor RS 1944, c. 40, §2
03/20/1953 Out-of-state residents arrested for speeding James G. Frost, Deputy AG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police
03/20/1953 Leavitt Institute James G. Frost, Deputy AG Morris P. Cates, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §96 19520212
03/23/1953 Park employees - participating local districts James G. Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System RS 1944, c. 84, §3
03/27/1953 Validation act in Jackson Roger A. Putnam, AAG Emery S. Dickey, House 71 Me. 361 Me. Const. Art. XXIX
04/03/1953 Patients' funds James G. Frost, Deputy AG W. H. Deering, Treasurer, Augusta State Hospital
04/15/1953 Legal loads of trucks James G. Frost, Deputy AG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State RS 1944, c. 19, §100
04/15/1953 Excise tax of servicemen at Limestone Boyd L. Bailey, AAG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor RS 1944, c. 1, §12
04/27/1953 Excise tax in Limestone Air Base Boyd L. Bailey, AAG S. W. Collins, Senate PL 1951, c. 264 RS 1944, c. 19, §40 19530415
04/28/1953 Distribution of bibles in the public schools Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Herbert G. Espy, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §127
05/06/1953 Property of deceased prisoners James G. Frost, Deputy AG Allan L. Robbins, Warden, Maine State Prison RS 1944, c. 23, §47
05/07/1953 Surplus property Roger A. Putnam, AAG Herbert G. Espy, Commissioner of Education Resolves 1949, c. 144; Resolves 1951, c. 39
05/15/1953 Status of State Police Reserve Corps Roger A. Putnam, AAG Spaulding Bisbee, Director, Civil Defense & Public Safety PL 1951, c. 273; PL 1953, c. 267 RS 1944, c. 11-A, §6
05/15/1953 Teachers' contracts James G. Frost, Deputy AG Ermo H. Scott, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §50
05/25/1953 New law on bedding and upholstery James G. Frost, Deputy AG Raymond C. Mudge, Finance Commissioner PL 1953, c. 333 RS 1944, c. 25, §123 ff
05/25/1953 Maine Building Committee, Eastern States Exposition Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Fred J. Nutter, Commissioner of Agriculture Resolves 1923, c. 51; PL 1925, c. 134; PL 1953, c. 313 RS 1944, c. 58, §8; RS 1944, c. 58, §9
05/29/1953 Machine alterations James G. Frost, Deputy AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry RS 1944, c. 25, §5
06/04/1953 Good time allowance for prisoners serving life terms Roger A. Putnam, AAG Gerald Murch, Chief Parole Officer PL 1951, c. 84; PL 1953, c. 404 RS 1944, c. 23, §27
06/08/1953 Auxiliary policewoman - compensation for injury Neal A. Donahue, AAG Spaulding Bisbee, Director, Civil Defense & Public Safety PL 1953, c. 267 RS 1944, c. 11-A, §20
06/08/1953 Harness Racing Commission Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Burton M. Cross, Governor PL 1953, c. 402 RS 1944, c. 77, §1
06/08/1953 Harness Racing Commission - membership Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Burton M. Cross, Governor PL 1953, c. 402 RS 1944, c. 77, §1
06/11/1953 Movement of used cars. Rules and regulations James G. Frost, Deputy AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State RS 1944, c. 19, §8; RS 1944, c. 19, §35
06/16/1953 Appointments by governor and council James G. Frost, Deputy AG Spaulding Bisbee, Director, Civil Defense & Public Safety
06/16/1953 Settlement of pupils at the Maine School for the Deaf James G. Frost, Deputy AG Kenneth B. Burns, Accountant Supervisor, Institutional Service RS 1944, c. 23, §171; RS 1944, c. 23, §172; RS 1944, c. 82, §3
06/22/1953 Appropriation for promotion of industry and mineral research James G. Frost, Deputy AG Everett F. Greaton, Executive Director, Maine Development Commission P&SL 1951, c. 223
06/23/1953 Encumbrance of funds for salary and expenses James G. Frost, Deputy AG Everett F. Greaton, Executive Director, Maine Development Commission P&SL 1951, c. 223
06/23/1953 Amendments to employment security law effective 1953 Alexander A. LaFleur, AG L. C. Fortier, Chairman, Maine Employment Security Commission PL 1949, c. 430; PL 1953, c. 326; PL 1953, c. 327 RS 1944, c. 24, §13 19470701
06/25/1953 Penalties under Section 131 of Chapter 34, R. S., as revised James G. Frost, Deputy AG Ronald W. Green, Chief Warden, Sea and Shore Fisheries RS 1944, c. 34, §110-A ff; RS 1944, c. 34, §131
07/07/1953 Contract for prospecting James G. Frost, Deputy AG A. D. Nutting, Forest Commissioner
07/10/1953 Encumbrance Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Raymond C. Mudge, Finance Commissioner P&SL 1953, c. 145
07/13/1953 Employment of minors in garages and filling stations James G. Frost, Deputy AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry PL 1949, c. 290
07/27/1953 Compensation of auxiliary firemen Neal A. Donahue, AAG Spaulding Bisbee, Director, Civil Defense & Public Safety PL 1949, c. 298
08/13/1953 Automobile mileage of state fire inspectors James G. Frost, Deputy AG H. H. Harris, State Controller PL 1953, c. 168
08/13/1953 Ten-year vested right amendment James G. Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1953, c. 412 RS 1944, c. 60, §3
08/18/1953 Section 10, Article IV, Part Third, of the Maine Constitution James G. Frost, Deputy AG Burton M. Cross, Governor 95 Me. 564 Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3, §10
08/20/1953 Balance of funds James G. Frost, Deputy AG E. L. Newdick, Secretary of the Seed Potato Board RS 1944, c. 27, §127-A ff
09/08/1953 Removal of certain public officers for failure to perform duties Roger A. Putnam, AAG Burton M. Cross, Governor PL 1953, c. 398 RS 1944, c. 20, §3; RS 1944, c. 77, §1 Me. Const. Art. IX, §5
09/15/1953 Hearings without petition James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games RS 1944, c. 33, §5
09/15/1953 Correspondence with James Briggs James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games PL 1949, c. 76 RS 1944, c. 33, §129
09/15/1953 Screen at Embden James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games Resolves 1927, c. 216
09/18/1953 Federal employees in the Department of the Adjutant General James G. Frost, Deputy AG Willard R. Harris, Acting Director of Personnel RS 1944, c. 59, §6; RS 1944, c. 59, §8
09/23/1953 Vera A. Gordon Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System Resolves 1953, c. 171 RS 1944, c. 60
09/24/1953 Water Improvement Commission Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Maine Development Commission PL 1945, c. 345 RS 1944, c. 72
09/30/1953 Transportation costs to state hospital James G. Frost, Deputy AG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Service RS 1944, c. 23, §139
09/30/1953 Re-employment rights - municipalities James G. Frost, Deputy AG G. Raymond Nichols, Veterans Affairs RS 1944, c. 59, §23
10/05/1953 Bartlett Island James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games RS 1944, c. 33, §129
10/13/1953 Federal funds James G. Frost, Deputy AG A. D. Nutting, Forest Commissioner
10/15/1953 Greenville Cemetery Corporation Roger A. Putnam, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1951, c. 395 RS 1944, c. 54
10/22/1953 Transfer of patients to veterans' hospital Roger A. Putnam, AAG Harold A. Pooler, Superintendent, Bangor State Hospital PL 1949, c. 230
10/30/1953 Commission to Revise Probate Rules James G. Frost, Deputy AG Burton M. Cross, Governor RS 1944, c. 140, §49
11/04/1953 Contingent account Roger A. Putnam, AAG Burton M. Cross, Governor RS 1944, c. 14, §24
11/09/1953 Trial visits James G. Frost, Deputy AG Francis H. Sleeper, Superintendent, Augusta State Hospital RS 1944, c. 23, §142
11/09/1953 Legislative employees James G. Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System RS 1944, c. 9, §4
11/12/1953 Maine Port Authority - contingent account James G. Frost, Deputy AG Leon M. Sanborn, Executive Council RS 1944, c. 14, §24
11/25/1953 Chapter 400, Public Laws of 1953 - teachers' retirement James G. Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1953, c. 400 RS 1944, c. 60, §6; RS 1944, c. 60, §7
11/25/1953 Workmen's compensation relative to age Neal A. Donahue, AAG Spaulding Bisbee, Director, Civil Defense & Public Safety PL 1949, c. 298; PL 1953, c. 267
11/30/1953 Sheepscot Lake water level Neal A. Donahue, AAG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games 82 Me. 48; 102 Me. 153; 118 Me. 155; 118 Me. 503
12/02/1953 Chairmanship, State Highway Commission Alexander A. LaFleur, AG Burton M. Cross, Governor PL 1953, c. 398 RS 1944, c. 20, §3
12/03/1953 Fairness in trapping licensing James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games
12/03/1953 Boiler inspections in schoolhouses James G. Frost, Deputy AG E. E. Edgecomb, Chief Inspector, Labor & Industry PL 1953, c. 319
12/28/1953 Board of Osteopathic Registration James G. Frost, Deputy AG George Frederick Noel, Secretary PL 1953, c. 294 RS 1944, c. 64, §6
12/28/1953 Loyalty oaths James G. Frost, Deputy AG Harry A. Mapes, Director, Civil Defense & Public Safety PL 1949, c. 298 RS 1944, c. 11-A, §14
12/29/1953 Electricians Examining Board - per diem James G. Frost, Deputy AG Harlan H. Harris, Controller PL 1953, c. 307 RS 1944, c. 73-B, §3
12/29/1953 Hot water heating boilers James G. Frost, Deputy AG E. E. Edgecomb, Chief Inspector, Labor & Industry PL 1953, c. 319 RS 1944, c. 25, §59
12/31/1953 Assignment of accounts receivable Roger A. Putnam, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1947, c. 384 RS 1944, c. 60, §18 79 Me. 593; 95 Me. 445; 98 Me. 436; 121 Me. 121
12/31/1953 Invoice for reportorial service James G. Frost, Deputy AG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Service
01/05/1954 Duties of chairman, Highway Commission James G. Frost, Deputy AG; L. Smith Dunnack, AAG Burton M. Cross, Governor PL 1953, c. 398 RS 1944, c. 20, §3; RS 1944, c. 20, §4
01/06/1954 House and Senate chambers James G. Frost, Deputy AG I. W. Russell, Superintendent of Public Buildings PL 1945, c. 375 RS 1944, c. 9, §7
01/12/1954 Acceptance of gift of land James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games RS 1944, c. 11, §15; RS 1944, c. 33, §14
01/12/1954 Verdict of "not guilty" in a municipal court James G. Frost, Deputy AG Francis J. McCabe, Chief, Maine State Police
01/13/1954 Directional lights Alexander A. LaFleur, AG George M. Carter, Adjutant General RS 1944, c. 19, §107-A ff
01/20/1954 Suit to recover contactor's payments Roger A. Putnam, AAG Frank S. Carpenter, Treasurer of State
01/22/1954 Rent control Roger A. Putnam, AAG Burton M. Cross, Governor RS 1944, c. 124, §41
01/25/1954 Game management areas - trapping Roger A. Putnam, AAG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games RS 1944, c. 33, §12-A 19531203
01/27/1954 Hotel James G. Frost, Deputy AG Department of Labor and Industry
01/27/1954 Classification of high schools under Section 89 of Chapter 37 James G. Frost, Deputy AG Philip A. Annas, Associate Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 37, §89
01/27/1954 Confiscated rifle James G. Frost, Deputy AG Elmer H. Ingraham, Chief Warden, Inland Fisheries and Game PL 1945, c. 374 RS 1944, c. 33, §71
01/29/1954 Appointment and term of office of chairman, Highway Commission James G. Frost, Deputy AG Burton M. Cross, Governor PL 1953, c. 398 RS 1944, c. 20, §3
02/02/1954 Bureau of Purchase law James G. Frost, Deputy AG J. B. Dyer, Purchasing Agent PL 1933, c. 124; PL 1939, c. 233 RS 1944, c. 14, §36; RS 1944, c. 14, §37
02/12/1954 Descriptive literature James G. Frost, Deputy AG Harold J. Dyer, Director, State Park Commission RS 1944, c. 35, §2
02/16/1954 Re-employment after withdrawal of contributions James G. Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1943, c. 50; PL 1943, c. 328
03/01/1954 Responsibility of commissioner for tuition charges James G. Frost, Deputy AG Phillip Annas, Associate Deputy, Education RS 1944, c. 37, §39; RS 1944, c. 37, §98; RS 1944, c. 37, §99
03/02/1954 Licensing of electricians under R. S., Chapter 73-B Boyd L. Bailey, AAG Joseph A. P. Flynn, Secretary, Electricians' Examining Board PL 1953, c. 307 RS 1944, c. 9, §21; RS 1944, c. 73-B
03/08/1954 Probation officer - incompatibility with Post Office service James G. Frost, Deputy AG Burton M. Cross, Governor RS 1944, c. 136, §28
03/09/1954 Employment of women by two firms at once James G. Frost, Deputy AG Marion E. Martin, Labor Commissioner RS 1944, c. 25, §22; RS 1944, c. 25, §23
03/09/1954 Minimum salary law James G. Frost, Deputy AG Kermit Nickerson, Director of Professional Services, Education PL 1953, c. 371
03/09/1954 Quarantine on New York potatoes James G. Frost, Deputy AG E. L. Newdick, Deputy Commissioner of Agriculture PL 1947, c. 364
03/18/1954 Swan Island James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games RS 1944, c. 33, §12-A; RS 1944, c. 33, §128
03/22/1954 Tagging of life preserver buoyant cushions Roger A. Putnam, AAG Carl T. Russell, Deputy Commissioner of Labor and Industry PL 1953, c. 333 RS 1944, c. 25, §123 137 Me. 154; 141 Me. 68
03/22/1954 Overloading allowance Roger A. Putnam, AAG Donald Herron, Deputy Chief, Maine State Police RS 1944, c. 19, §27; RS 1944, c. 19, §100; RS 1944, c. 19, §100-B
03/22/1954 Status of superintendents of schools James G. Frost, Deputy AG Herbert G. Espy, Commissioner of Education RS 1944, c. 60, §1
03/24/1954 Licenses for sale of frozen fish James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games RS 1944, c. 33, §41
03/30/1954 Salaries of substitute teachers James G. Frost, Deputy AG William O. Bailey, Deputy Commissioner of Education PL 1953, c. 371 RS 1944, c. 37, §156; RS 1944, c. 37, §157; RS 1944, c. 37, §201
04/12/1954 Liability James G. Frost, Deputy AG William O. Bailey, Deputy Commissioner of Education
04/16/1954 Assignment of lease James G. Frost, Deputy AG Milton Bradford
04/20/1954 Section 12, Chapter 77, R. S. 1944, as amended James G. Frost, Deputy AG Carl Treworgy, Clerk, Harness Racing Commission RS 1944, c. 77, §12
04/23/1954 Water Commission of South Paris Village Corporation James G. Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System P&SL 1909, c. 140; P&SL 1911, c. 236
04/28/1954 Subpoena to inmate Roger A. Putnam, AAG Peter W. Bowman, Superintendent, Pownal State School
05/04/1954 Convicted James G. Frost, Deputy AG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State RS 1944, c. 19, §121 128 Me. 523
05/04/1954 Access to great ponds James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games
05/04/1954 Permits for out-of-state trailers L. Smith Dunnack, AAG John C. Burnham, Director of Special Service, Highway RS 1944, c. 19, §89
05/07/1954 Packed trout James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games RS 1944, c. 33, §41
05/07/1954 Defective mittimus James G. Frost, Deputy AG Nellie French Stevens, Superintendent, State School For Girls
05/11/1954 Right of fire wardens to require assistance James G. Frost, Deputy AG A. D. Nutting, Forest Commissioner PL 1949, c. 355 RS 1944, c. 32, §72-D; RS 1944, c. 79, §217
05/11/1954 Moosehorn Refuge James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games 49 S.Ct. 38
05/11/1954 Delinquents James G. Frost, Deputy AG Donald F. Ellis, Secretary, Board of Registration in Optometry RS 1944, c. 69, §5
05/11/1954 Sale of land James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Games RS 1944, c. 33, §4-A
05/13/1954 Boothbay Harbor Memorial Library James G. Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System
06/02/1954 Itinerant vendors' deposits James G. Frost, Deputy AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State RS 1944, c. 88, §96
06/02/1954 Meetings of the Board of Examiners of Psychologists Roger A. Putnam, AAG Lillian Brush, Secretary, Board of Examiners of Psychologists PL 1953, c. 243 RS 1944, c. 61-A, §2
06/03/1954 Elevator inspections James G. Frost, Deputy AG E. E. Edgecomb, Supervising Inspector, Labor and Industry 19510403; 19510409
06/03/1954 Baxter State Park - hunting James G. Frost, Deputy AG A. D. Nutting, Forest Commissioner RS 1944, c. 32, §31 ff; RS 1944, c. 33, §127
06/03/1954 Chapter 108, Resolves of 1953 James G. Frost, Deputy AG Fred L. Kenney, Director of Finance, Department of Education Resolves 1953, c. 108
06/09/1954 Per diem for board members James G. Frost, Deputy AG Joseph A. P. Flynn, Secretary, Electricians' Examining Board PL 1953, c. 307, §3 RS 1944, c. 73-B, §3
06/17/1954 Drug sundries James G. Frost, Deputy AG Israel Bernstein RS 1944, c. 62, §14
06/17/1954 Transaction in another jurisdiction Roger A. Putnam, AAG Real Estate Commission RS 1944, c. 75, §3; RS 1944, c. 75, §12
07/13/1954 Nurses James G. Frost, Deputy AG Mildred I. Lenz, Educational Secretary, Board of Registration of Nurses RS 1944, c. 63, §1
07/20/1954 Status Roger A. Putnam, AAG Dairy Council Committee PL 1949, c. 278; PL 1951, c. 64
08/02/1954 Salaries for State Police officers Roger A. Putnam, AAG Robert Marx PL 1953, c. 372
08/12/1954 Contract bond James G. Frost, Deputy AG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Service
08/17/1954 Request for moose James G. Frost, Deputy AG Burton M. Cross, Governor RS 1944, c. 33, §11; RS 1944, c. 33, §81
08/25/1954 Delinquent payments by dealer James G. Frost, Deputy AG Maine Milk Commission
09/17/1954 New York Thruway bonds James G. Frost, Deputy AG Albert S. Noyes, Bank Commissioner RS 1944, c. 55, §38
09/22/1954 Hopkins Pond, Chapter 126, Resolves of 1953 Roger A. Putnam, AAG Elmer H. Ingraham, Chief Warden, Inland Fisheries and Game Resolves 1953, c. 126
10/04/1954 Blood tests on minors James G. Frost, Deputy AG Roswell P. Bates
10/05/1954 Gerald T. Strout, Central Maine Sanitorium Roger A. Putnam, AAG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Service RS 1944, c. 23, §167
10/07/1954 Calais-St. Stephen Bridge L. Smith Dunnack, AAG Max L. Wilder, Bridge Engineer RS 1944, c. 25, §40
10/07/1954 Blanket power of attorney L. Smith Dunnack, AAG Lucius D. Barrows, Chief Engineer, State Highway Commission
10/12/1954 Temporary numberplates Roger A. Putnam, AAG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State RS 1944, c. 19, §28
10/14/1954 Fees of Chief Forest Fire Wardens James G. Frost, Deputy AG H. H. Harris, State Controller RS 1954, c. 36, §103 19440630
10/21/1954 University of Maine James G. Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1951, c. 395; PL 1953, c. 128 RS 1944, c. 60-A
10/22/1954 Refugees James G. Frost, Deputy AG Burton M. Cross, Governor PL 1947, c. 258; PL 1949, c. 349 RS 1944, c. 32, §2-A; RS 1944, c. 32, §2-B
10/28/1954 Loyalty oaths of minors Neal A. Donahue, AAG Harry A. Mapes, Director, Civil Defense & Public Safety PL 1949, c. 298 RS 1944, c. 11-A, §14
10/29/1954 Weir in deorganized town James G. Frost, Deputy AG Ronald W. Green, Chief Warden, Sea and Shore Fisheries P&SL 1937, c. 110 RS 1944, c. 86, §7
10/29/1954 Inheritance tax when assets pass outside of will Boyd L. Bailey, AAG Harvey R. Pease, Register of Probate, Lincoln County RS 1944, c. 142, §6; RS 1944, c. 142, §17; RS 1944, c. 142, §18; RS 1944, c. 142, §20; RS 1944, c. 142, §23
11/10/1954 Autonomy of towns James G. Frost, Deputy AG William H. Morrison RS 1944, c. 11-A, §8
11/12/1954 Principally engaged, as applied to partners Roger A. Putnam, AAG R. R. Chaney, Secretary, Dealer Registration Board PL 1953, c. 70 RS 1944, c. 19, §19-F
11/12/1954 Control of funds James G. Frost, Deputy AG Raymond A. Derbyshire, Secretary, Board of Dental Examiners
11/12/1954 Medical examiners in Knox County James G. Frost, Deputy AG Herman J. Weisman, Medical Examiner, Knox County
11/12/1954 Leases of property held by the Military Defense Commission James G. Frost, Deputy AG George M. Carter, Adjutant General
11/16/1954 Military leave Roger A. Putnam, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System RS 1944, c. 60, §3
11/19/1954 Leased equipment used in Maine by contractors for Maine Turnpike Authority Boyd L. Bailey, AAG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor PL 1951, c. 250 RS 1944, c. 14-A, §2 83 Me. 380; 92 Me. 292
11/30/1954 Military leave Roger A. Putnam, AAG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System RS 1944, c. 60, §3
12/03/1954 Immunity of public officers Roger A. Putnam, AAG Lillian Brush, Secretary, Board of Examiners of Psychologists
12/08/1954 Statutory increases in teachers' pensions, Chapter 428, P.L. 1953 James G. Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1953, c. 428
12/09/1954 Jurisdiction on federal property James G. Frost, Deputy AG Robert Marx, Chief, Maine State Police RS 1944, c. 1, §11; RS 1944, c. 1, §12 US Const. Art. I, §8
12/09/1954 Teaching service at Maine School for the Deaf James G. Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System RS 1944, c. 37, §221 ff; RS 1944, c. 60, §4
12/14/1954 Liability insurance Roger A. Putnam, AAG William O. Bailey, Secretary-Treasurer, Maine School Building Authority
12/14/1954 State-owned cars James G. Frost, Deputy AG Scott K. Higgins, Director of Aeronautics PL 1951, c. 379
12/15/1954 Educational payments, Northern Maine Sanatorium Roger A. Putnam, AAG Kenneth B. Burns, Business Manager, Institutional Service RS 1944, c. 37, §39 124 Me. 36
12/16/1954 Maine Maritime Academy James G. Frost, Deputy AG Raymond C. Mudge, Finance Commissioner RS 1944, c. 60, §14 19490627
12/21/1954 Bath Military and Naval Children's Home Roger A. Putnam, AAG Kenneth B. Burns, Business Manager, Institutional Service PL 1929, c. 254 RS 1944, c. 23, §174
12/23/1954 Constitutional law officers, age limit James G. Frost, Deputy AG H. H. Harris, State Controller PL 1947, c. 384 RS 1944, c. 60, §6 137 Me. 350
01/03/1955 Compatibility Roger A. Putnam, AAG Carroll Peacock Me. Const. Art. V, Pt. 2, §4
01/04/1955 Seed quahogs James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Robert L. Dow, Director of Marine Research RS 1954, c. 34, §90
01/04/1955 Moosehorn Refuge, beaver trapping Roger A. Putnam, AAG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game PL 1953, c. 34 16 USCA 683 49 S.Ct. 38
01/10/1955 Medical examiners' fees James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG William P. Donahue, County Attorney, York County RS 1954, c. 89, §252
01/14/1955 Failure to forward appeal seasonably James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Robert Marx, Chief, Maine State Police
01/18/1955 Repairs at Pownal State School Roger A. Putnam, AAG K. B. Burns, Business Manager, Institutional Service Resolves 1953, c. 209
01/27/1955 Suspension of driving licenses James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Ray L. Littlefield, Trial Justice, Scarboro RS 1954, c. 22, §166
02/07/1955 Eligibility of certain former teachers James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1953, c. 412 RS 1954, c. 64, §3; RS 1954, c. 64, §6 19530813
02/11/1955 Local licensing Neal A. Donahue, AAG Julius Greenstein, Chairman, State Boxing Commission PL 1953, c. 244 RS 1954, c. 88, §7 19461212
02/24/1955 Town clerks as agents James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game
02/28/1955 Gisela K. Davidson, M.D. James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System RS 1954, c. 63, §1; RS 1954, c. 63, §11
03/01/1955 Temporary number plates Frank F. Harding, AG Stanton S. Weed, Director, Motor Vehicle Division RS 1954, c. 22, §13; RS 1954, c. 22, §18; RS 1954, c. 22, §37
03/16/1955 Legality of sales promotion James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Harvey H. Chenevert, Executive Secretary, Milk Commission RS 1954, c. 33, §4
03/24/1955 Incompatibility of offices of selectman or plantation assessor and school committee member Roger A. Putnam, AAG R. D. Stinchfield, Superintendent of Schools, Springfield PL 1933, c. 41 RS 1930, c. 19, §10 19360501; 19360515; 19420418 Includes correspondence
04/04/1955 Line budget Frank F. Harding, AG Maurice F. Williams, Administrative Assistant, Executive PL 1945, c. 135; PL 1955, c. 130 RS 1954, c. 16, §13; RS 1954, c. 16, §14; RS 1954, c. 16, §22
04/19/1955 Right of trust companies to hold real estate under deeds of trust James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Albert S. Noyes, Bank Commissioner RS 1954, c. 59, §90 ff
04/20/1955 Town roads in parks Neal A. Donahue, AAG Harold J. Dyer, Director, State Park Commission
04/22/1955 Waiver of liability, workmen's compensation Neal A. Donahue, AAG Walter F. Ulmer, Business Manager, Bangor State Hospital
06/08/1955 Proposed constitutional amendments and bond issue Roger A. Putnam, AAG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State P&SL 1955, c. 198 69 S.Ct. 106 Me. Const. Art. IX, §14
06/22/1955 Chapter 321, Public Laws of 1955 Roger A. Putnam, AAG Edward L. McMonagle, Director of Administrative Services, Department of Education PL 1955, c. 321 RS 1954, c. 41, §202-A
07/05/1955 Advertising Boyd L. Bailey, AAG Richard E. Reed, Executive Secretary, Maine Sardine Industry RS 1954, c. 16, §260 ff
07/20/1955 Old age assistance George C. West, AAG Ernest M. White RS 1954, c. 25, §287; RS 1954, c. 163, §22; RS 1954, c. 170, §1 92 Me. 395; 114 Me. 382
08/02/1955 Withholding of confession of one prisoner from another Roger A. Putnam, AAG Allan L. Robbins, Warden, Maine State Prison
08/03/1955 Residence Roger A. Putnam, AAG Peter W. Bowman, Superintendent, Pownal State School RS 1954, c. 27, §145; RS 1954, c. 94, §3
08/04/1955 "Next ensuing," as used in Section 15 Milton L. Bradford, AAG Maine Employment Security Commission RS 1954, c. 29, §15
08/04/1955 Vacancy in office of sheriff Frank F. Harding, AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State Me. Const. Art. VI, §7; Me. Const. Art. IX, §10
08/05/1955 Mortgaged property James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Harry E. Henderson, Deputy Treasurer of State RS 1954, c. 177, §25
08/10/1955 Herring under 4" long James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Stanley R. Tupper, Commissioner of Sea and Shore Fisheries PL 1955, c. 304
08/12/1955 Nonresident license Frank F. Harding, AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1954, c. 37, §38; RS 1954, c. 37, §39; RS 1954, c. 37, §68
08/15/1955 University of Maine - organized labor Boyd L. Bailey, AAG Edmund S. Muskie, Governor 19540202
08/18/1955 Sealed vehicles Frank F. Harding, AG Robert Marx, Chief, Maine State Police RS 1954, c. 48, §19 ff
08/18/1955 Improvements Frank F. Harding, AG William B. Oliver, State Conservationist RS 1954, c. 34, §7
08/30/1955 Employment of minors in hotels and restaurants James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Labor and Industry RS 1954, c. 30, §23; RS 1954, c. 30, §25
08/31/1955 Fees on out-of-state milk James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Harvey H. Chenevert, Executive Secretary, Milk Commission RS 1954, c. 33, §6
09/06/1955 Voting by Indians Frank F. Harding, AG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State Resolves 1953, c. 97; PL 1955, c. 190 RS 1954, c. 5, §64; RS 1954, c. 25, §321; RS 1954, c. 25, §349; RS 1954, c. 25, §369 Me. Const. Art. II, §1
09/09/1955 Juvenile Roger A. Putnam, AAG Ronald W. Green, Chief Warden, Sea and Shore Fisheries RS 1954, c. 38, §117
09/26/1955 Payment of compensation to members of the committee added by Chapter 381 of the Public Laws of 1955 Roger A. Putnam, AAG Samuel H. Slosberg, Director of Legislative Research PL 1955, c. 381 Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3, §10
09/27/1955 Women workers in woods operations James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry RS 1954, c. 30, §2; RS 1954, c. 30, §4; RS 1954, c. 30, §7; RS 1954, c. 30, §30
10/14/1955 Marine worms James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Stanley R. Tupper, Commissioner of Sea and Shore Fisheries PL 1955, c. 110 RS 1954, c. 38, §4; RS 1954, c. 38, §5; RS 1954, c. 38, §125-A
10/18/1955 Insurance status of men enlisted prior to July 9, 1943 Roger A. Putnam, AAG Robert Marx, Chief, Maine State Police PL 1955, c. 417; PL 1955, c. 451 RS 1954, c. 15, §22; RS 1954, c. 63-A, §24; RS 1954, c. 64, §1
10/21/1955 New England Board of Higher Education Frank F. Harding, AG Edmund S. Muskie, Governor PL 1955, c. 441 RS 1954, c. 41-A
11/01/1955 Sardines James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Stanley R. Tupper, Commissioner of Sea and Shore Fisheries PL 1901, c. 240; PL 1949, c. 293 RS 1954, c. 38, §22 98 Me. 546 19521117; 19550810
11/01/1955 Sirens on Masonic Temple, Portland James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG George R. Petty, Assistant Director, Civil Defense and Public Safety PL 1949, c. 298 RS 1954, c. 12, §11
11/07/1955 Commitment Roger A. Putnam, AAG Francis H. Sleeper, Superintendent, Augusta State Hospital RS 1954, c. 27, §113; RS 1954, c. 27, §131 72 Me. 213; 96 Me. 368
12/14/1955 Meetings of State Board of Education James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Kermit Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1954, c. 41, §3
12/15/1955 Creation of a committee by the Governor Frank F. Harding, AG Edmund S. Muskie, Governor 105 Me. 91
12/20/1955 Partnership James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State PL 1915, c. 276 RS 1954, c. 171, §12 136 Me. 213
01/04/1956 Loans and mortgages between soil conservation district and Farmers Home Administration Roger A. Putnam, AAG Fred J. Nutter, Commissioner of Agriculture RS 1954, c. 34 19541117
01/04/1956 Embden Lake property James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game P&SL 1891, c. 82 RS 1954, c. 37, §15; RS 1954, c. 37, §19 90 Me. 576; 102 Me. 153; 118 Me. 503
01/10/1956 Trustee process Frank F. Harding, AG Edmund S. Muskie, Governor
01/16/1956 Opening areas closed by Commissioner James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG George W. Bucknam, Deputy Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1954, c. 37, §119
01/16/1956 Requirement of internship James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Adam P. Leighton, Secretary, Board of Registration of Medicine RS 1954, c. 66, §3; RS 1954, c. §4
01/27/1956 Salary increases James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Kermit Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1954, c. 41, §237
02/09/1956 Race meeting dates James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Donald K. Maxim, Chairman, Harness Racing Commission PL 1947, c. 358; PL 1949, c. 388; PL 1951, c. 105; PL 1953, c. 419; PL 1953, c. 423 RS 1954, c. 86, §8 ff
02/15/1956 Acceptance of second lowest bid on shovels L. Smith Dunnack, AAG David H. Stevens, Chairman, State Highway Commission RS 1954, c. 16, §36; RS 1954, c. 16, §42
02/20/1956 U. S. Government employee convicted of drunken driving Roger A. Putnam, AAG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State RS 1954, c. 22, §150 41 S.Ct. 16
02/29/1956 Breeding and sale of pheasants James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1954, c. 37, §15; RS 1954, c. 37, §85; RS 1954, c. 37, §88
03/08/1956 Board of Registration of Medicine Roger A. Putnam, AAG Adam P. Leighton, Secretary, Board of Registration of Medicine PL 1955, c. 169 RS 1954, c. 66, §3; RS 1954, c. §4 19560116
03/08/1956 Withholding of funds James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Frank S. Carpenter, Treasurer of State RS 1954, c. 65, §4
03/14/1956 $10,000 State of Maine highway 4% bonds numbered 30013-22, due May, 1941, and Vesting Order 14772, Alien Property Custodian Roger A. Putnam, AAG Frank S. Carpenter, Treasurer of State 72 S.Ct. 334 19500726
03/15/1956 Disability retirement - occupational disability James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System RS 1954, c. 31, §57 ff; RS 1954, c. 64, §8
03/15/1956 Telephone answering services James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Labor and Industry PL 1955, c. 348 RS 1954, c. 30, §30
03/19/1956 Federal assistance under the Federal Housing Act James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Sulo Tani, Director of Research and Planning, Development of Industry and Commerce PL 1955, c. 471 RS 1954, c. 38-A, §2; RS 1954, c. 38-A, §4
03/22/1956 Use of State of Maine flag Roger A. Putnam, AAG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State RS 1954, c. 1, §28 27 S.Ct. 419
04/04/1956 Merit increases James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Kermit S. Nickerson, Commissioner of Education RS 1954, c. 41, §238
04/12/1956 Compatibility of certain employments and offices James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG George F. Mahoney, Insurance Commissioner 73 Me. 129
04/12/1956 Sardine canning license James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Richard E. Reed, Executive Secretary, Maine Sardine Industry RS 1954, c. 32, §258; RS 1954, c. 38, §111
04/26/1956 Milk control Frank F. Harding, AG Samuel H. Slosberg, Director of Legislative Research RS 1954, c. 33 151 Me. 188
04/27/1956 Col. Raymond E. Morang James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1955, c. 417 RS 1954, c. 63, §28; RS 1954, c. 63-A, §3
05/08/1956 Licenses for consecutive weeks James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Donald K. Maxim, Chairman, Harness Racing Commission PL 1935, c. 130; PL 1937, c. 187 RS 1954, c. 86
05/14/1956 Profits from state-owned land Roger A. Putnam, AAG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game PL 1955, c. 399 RS 1954, c. 37, §17
05/25/1956 Substitution of deposit, Manchester Insurance Corporation Roger A. Putnam, AAG Guy R. Whitten, Deputy Insurance Commissioner RS 1954, c. 60, §50
05/25/1956 Farm contract, State School for Boys Roger A. Putnam, AAG Lee Gardiner, Farm Supervisor, Institutional Service RS 1954, c. 27, §1; RS 1954, c. 27, §19; RS 1954, c. 27, §30; RS 1954, c. 27, §31; RS 1954, c. 27, §83
05/29/1956 State employees in legislative service Roger A. Putnam, AAG Ober C. Vaughan, Director of Personnel Me. Const. Art. III, §2; Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3, §11
06/13/1956 Contract - costs of return of parole violators James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Service
06/22/1956 Federal aid Roger A. Putnam, AAG Sulo Tani, Director, Division of Research and Planning, Department of Development of Industry and Commerce PL 1955, c. 471
06/29/1956 Auctioneers Roger A. Putnam, AAG Doris St. Pierre, Secretary, Real Estate Commission RS 1954, c. 84, §2
07/05/1956 Revised Statutes James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Governor and Council
07/10/1956 Contracts with mutual insurance companies James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG George Mahoney, Insurance Commissioner RS 1954, c. 60, §85 Me. Const. Art. IX, §14 19290501; 19430901; 19440516
07/13/1956 Revocation of licenses James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State RS 1954, c. 22, §150 150 Me. 28; 139 Me. 359 19550923
08/07/1956 Baxter State Park James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG George W. Bucknam, Deputy Commissioner, Inland Fisheries and Game Resolves 1955, c. 104
08/07/1956 Expenses of party headquarters Frank F. Harding, AG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State RS 1954, c. 9, §2; RS 1954, c. 9, §4; RS 1954, c. 9, §5; RS 1954, c. 9, §7
09/07/1956 Togus residents James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State PL 1867, c. 66; P&SL 1868, c. 612 78 Me. 401 Me. Const. Art. II, §1
09/20/1956 Corporations doing business in this state James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State RS 1954, c. 53, §127; RS 1954, c. 53, §128
10/01/1956 Financial responsibility law James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State RS 1954, c. 22, §77
10/02/1956 Records of juveniles James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Lloyd H. Hoxie, Maine State Police RS 1954, c. 27, §77; RS 1954, c. 27, §89; RS 1954, c. 146, §4
10/08/1956 School milk Frank F. Harding, AG Samuel S. Silsby, Jr., Assistant Director of Legislative Research Committee RS 1954, c. 41, §219 ff 19560426
10/12/1956 Defrauding an innkeeper Roger A. Putnam, AAG John deWinter, Director, Traffic Division, State Police RS 1954, c. 100, §44; RS 1954, c. 100, §45 92 Me. 399
10/17/1956 Appointment of probation officer James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Edmund S. Muskie, Governor RS 1954, c. 149, §24; RS 1954, c. 149, §33
10/18/1956 Taxes on state-owned property rented for temporary use only L. Smith Dunnack, AAG W. H. Bradford, Right of Way Engineer, State Highway Commission RS 1954, c. 23, §24
11/01/1956 Power of arrest James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Henry McCabe, Civil Defense and Public Safety PL 1955, c. 435 RS 1954, c. 12, §9
11/06/1956 Multiple line policies James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Harold E. Trahey, Rating Analyst, Insurance Department PL 1895, c. 18; PL 1949, c. 84 RS 1954, c. 60, §31; RS 1954, c. 60, §104 100 Me. 481
11/13/1956 Dual headlights James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State RS 1954, c. 22, §43
01/02/1957 Dairies James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Labor and Industry RS 1954, c. 30, §23; RS 1954, c. 30, §30; RS 1954, c. 30, §32
01/07/1957 Prescription of narcotics James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Gerald M. Rosen, Secretary, Chiropody Association RS 1954, c. 68, §39
02/05/1957 Roads in areas of active lumbering operations James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Game
02/05/1957 Children of military personnel James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Kermit S. Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1954, c. 41, §163
02/07/1957 Change of address Roger A. Putnam, AAG Doris M. St. Pierre, Secretary of Real Estate Commission RS 1954, c. 84, §7; RS 1954, c. 84, §10
02/07/1957 Status of a co-partnership Roger A. Putnam, AAG Doris M. St. Pierre, Secretary of Real Estate Commission 55 Me. 235; 138 Me. 348
02/12/1957 Governor's powers when local officials fail to act James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Edmund S. Muskie, Governor PL 1955, c. 435 RS 1954, c. 12, §9; RS 1954, c. 12, §19-A
03/12/1957 State registration of Civil Air Patrol aircraft James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Scott K. Higgins, Director of Aeronautics RS 1954, c. 24, §13
03/18/1957 Mortgages on out-of-state property James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG A. S. Noyes, Bank Commissioner RS 1954, c. 59, §228; RS 1954, c. 59, §231
03/18/1957 Limitation of access rights L. Smith Dunnack, AAG David H. Stevens, Chairman, State Highway Commission RS 1954, c. 22, §8
03/20/1957 Business hours of barber shops James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Arthur Charles, Senate LD 802 (98th Legis. 1957)
03/27/1957 Excise tax on foreign cars Ralph W. Farris, AAG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor
03/29/1957 Sentence for escape from county jail James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Allan L. Robbins, Warden, Maine State Prison RS 1954, c. 135, §28
04/01/1957 Death on a railroad Frank F. Harding, AG Norman H. Nickerson, Medical Examiner PL 1915, c. 332; PL 1917, c. 252; PL 1939, c. 241; PL 1947, c. 190; PL 1955, c. 326 19150909
04/02/1957 Contributions on salary of position improperly obtained James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System RS 1954, c. 41, §187
04/02/1957 Bible reading in the public schools James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Kermit S. Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1954, c. 41, §145
04/05/1957 Penobscot Indians James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Edmund S. Muskie, Governor RS 1954, c. 25, §334
04/10/1957 Grove street Neal A. Donahue, AAG Arthur N. Gosline
04/18/1957 "Civilian employees" of the Adjutant General Frank F. Harding, AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System RS 1954, c. 63. §11; RS 1954, c. 63-A, §1; RS 1954, c. 63-A, §2; RS 1954, c. 63-A, §6; RS 1954, c. 63-A, §12; RS 1954, c. 63-A, §13; RS 1954, c. 63-A, §15; RS 1954, c. 63-A, §17; 32 USCA 42
04/30/1957 Controlled access roads L. Smith Dunnack, AAG David H. Stevens, Chairman, State Highway Commission PL 1949, c. 400 RS 1954, c. 23, §6 ff
05/01/1957 Co-brokerage agreement - failure to pay certain moneys Roger A. Putnam, AAG Doris M. St. Pierre, Secretary of Real Estate Commission RS 1954, c. 84, §8
05/14/1957 Advertising by a licensed broker Roger A. Putnam, AAG Doris M. St. Pierre, Secretary of Real Estate Commission
05/24/1957 Member legislated off the Board of Accountancy James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG William D. Hayes, Chairman, Maine Board of Accountancy PL 1957, c. 203 RS 1954, c. 80, §1
06/07/1957 "General elections" James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Robert B. Williamson, The Chief Justice RS 1954, c. 61, §27 Me. Const. Art. II, §4; Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3, §18 ff
06/13/1957 Funds for vocational education James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Warren G. Hill, Commissioner of Education RS 1954, c. 41, §196; RS 1954, c. 41, §197
06/26/1957 Logging Ralph W. Farris, AAG Frank A. Farrington, Chairman, Industrial Accident Commission PL 1957, c. 343 120 Me. 62; 120 Me. 73; 120 Me. 191; 126 Me. 104; 134 Me. 107
07/09/1957 Hilda Paul accident case - financial responsibility law Frank F. Harding, AG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State RS 1954, c. 22, §77; RS 1954, c. 22, §81
07/09/1957 Memorandum of understanding between Office of the Governor, State of Maine, and Commander, 32d Air Division (Defense), United States Air Force, East Syracuse, New York James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Edmund S. Muskie, Governor Me. Const. Art. V, Pt. 1, §7
07/09/1957 Registration of trucks under Chapters 309, 330 and 363, P. L. 1957 Frank F. Harding, AG Stanton S. Weed, Director, Motor Vehicles PL 1957, c. 309; PL 1957, c. 330; PL 1957, c. 363
07/11/1957 Section 105, Chapter 27, Revised Statutes of 1954, commitment-emergency certificate Roger A. Putnam, AAG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Services RS 1954, c. 27, §105
07/15/1957 Stipend fund James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG E. L. Newdick, Commissioner of Agriculture PL 1957, c. 391
07/17/1957 Central Dairymen's League project James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Harvey H. Chenevert, Executive Secretary, Milk Commission RS 1954, c. 33, §4
07/18/1957 Damage from heavy rain L. Smith Dunnack, AAG David H. Stevens, Chairman, State Highway Commission
07/26/1957 Chapter 387 of the Public Laws of 1957, probation & parole law James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Services PL 1957, c. 387 RS 1954, c. 149, §28
07/29/1957 Property officer's bond James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG George M. Carter, Adjutant General RS 1954, c. 14, §11
07/29/1957 Application for branch or agency James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Albert S. Noyes, Bank Commissioner RS 1954, c. 59, §124
07/29/1957 Medical insurance for savings bank trustees James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Albert S. Noyes, Bank Commissioner RS 1954, c. 59, §19-G; RS 1954, c. 59, §19-E; RS 1954, c. 59, §19-K
08/09/1957 Status of parole violators under new law (c. 387, P. L. of 1957) Roger A. Putnam, AAG John S. Foss, Chief Parole Officer, Division of Parole PL 1957, c. 387 RS 1954, c. 149, §20 19440221
08/09/1957 Franchise tax on a cooperative Ralph W. Farris, AAG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor RS 1954, c. 35, §1; RS 1954, c. 16, §106; RS 1954, c. 53, §41; RS 1954, c. 56, §21 ff; RS 1954, c. 59, §228 ff
08/12/1957 Out-of-state parolee supervision James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Edmund S. Muskie, Governor PL 1957, c. 19
08/13/1957 Maine Democrat Frank F. Harding, AG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State RS 1954, c. 4, §1; RS 1954, c. 9, §4
08/19/1957 Military leave James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System PL 1957, c. 26
08/19/1957 Fee for change of location James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Doris St. Pierre, Secretary, Maine Real Estate Commission PL 1957, c. 35 RS 1954, c. 84, §7
08/29/1957 Legal status of school house on Powers Farms L. Smith Dunnack, AAG W. H. Bradford, Right of Way Engineer
09/03/1957 Outdoor advertising L. Smith Dunnack, AAG W. H. Bradford, Right of Way Engineer RS 1954, c. 23, §138
09/03/1957 Change of residence of member of the Legislature Frank F. Harding, AG James C. Totman, House Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 1, §4
10/10/1957 Appointment of members of the Board of Examiners of Podiatrists Roger A. Putnam, AAG Edmund S. Muskie, Governor PL 1957, c. 111 RS 1954, c. 74
10/29/1957 Construction area permits L. Smith Dunnack, AAG David H. Stevens, Chairman, State Highway Commission PL 1953, c. 231 RS 1954, c. 22, §98
11/05/1957 Contract with Massachusetts Institute of Technology James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Richard E. Reed, Executive Secretary, Maine Sardine Council RS 1954, c. 16, §267
11/06/1957 Transit plates James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State RS 1954, c. 22, §26-A; RS 1954, c. 22, §29
11/06/1957 Effective date of constitutional amendments James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Eugene Cook, AG of Georgia
11/15/1957 Northeastern Resources Committee Frank F. Harding, AG Edmund S. Muskie, Governor PL 1955, c. 451 US Const. Art. I, §10
11/21/1957 Section 11, Chap. 26 of the Revised Statutes of 1954, as amended, assistance to needy wife, etc., of Veteran; eligibility for Roger A. Putnam, AAG Fred W. Skinner, Administrator of Veteran Affairs RS 1954, c. 26, §11
11/27/1957 Application of minimum salary law Roger A. Putnam, AAG Kermit S. Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education PL 1957, c. 364 RS 1954, c. 41, §237-A
12/05/1957 Mobile banking Frank F. Harding, AG Albert S. Noyes, Bank Commissioner RS 1954, c. 59, §124
12/09/1957 Teachers' contracts James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Kermit S. Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1954, c. 41, §87
12/10/1957 Town of West Paris James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Kermit S. Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education PL 1957, c. 364 RS 1954, c. 41, §77
12/10/1957 Reimbursement of public utilities under Chapter 378, P. L. 1957 L. Smith Dunnack, AAG David H. Stevens, Chairman, State Highway Commission PL 1957, c. 340; PL 1957, c. 378
12/17/1957 Section 160, Chapter 59, Revised Statutes of 1954, Capital Stock Frank F. Harding, AG Albert S. Noyes, Bank Commissioner RS 1954, c. 59, §160
12/18/1957 Liability - public use of armories James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG George M. Carter, Adjutant General
01/06/1958 Rights of access James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1954, c. 37, §19; RS 1954, c. 37, §144
01/06/1958 Educational television in unorganized territory James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Kermit S. Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1954, c. 41, §164
01/06/1958 Northeastern Resources Committee agreement Frank F. Harding, AG Edmund S. Muskie, Governor RS 1954, c. 12, §6 19571115
01/06/1958 Swan Island James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1954, c. 37, §8
01/16/1958 Reinstatement James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Donald F. Ellis, Secretary, Board of Registration in Optometry
01/20/1958 Date of enactment James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG L. C. Fortier, Chairman, Maine Employment Security Commission Resolves 1907, c. 121; P&SL 1957, c. 150 104 Me. 17; 143 Me. 227 Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 1, §1; Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 2, §1; Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 2, §16 ff; Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3, §16
01/21/1958 Last paragraph of Section 4, Chapter 421, Public Laws of 1957, decision on contract of insurance; participation re interests Roger A. Putnam, AAG G. Carleton Lane; Acting Chairman of Maine Industrial Building Authority PL 1957, c. 421 RS 1954, c. 135, §17
01/21/1958 Commitment to state hospitals James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Norman U. Greenlaw, Commissioner of Institutional Services
01/21/1958 Removal of logs from great ponds James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG A. D. Nutting, Forest Commissioner
01/27/1958 Qualified public accountants James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Michael A. Napolitano, State Auditor RS 1954, c. 90-A, §26
02/05/1958 Access areas James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Game 19580106
02/05/1958 "Meat, fish and poultry," Chapter 32A, Section 32, R. S. 1954 James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG E. L. Newdick, Commissioner of Agriculture PL 1957, c. 260 RS 1954, c. 32-A, §32 37 Me. 472; 58 Me. 164; 103 Me. 327
02/05/1958 Actual weight of vehicles James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Robert Marx, Chief, Maine State Police RS 1954, c. 22, §19; RS 1954, c. 22, §20; RS 1954, c. 22, §109; RS 1954, c. 22, §111
02/06/1958 Necessity for recording claims to acquire possessory rights George A. Wathen, AAG John R. Rand, State Geologist, Economic Development RS 1954, c. 40, §4
02/19/1958 Powers of the Water Improvement Commission James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG R. W. MacDonald, Chief Engineer of Water Improvement Commission RS 1954, c. 79
02/19/1958 Slash removal - reimbursement of use of fire equipment - fire warden's duty to take violator to court James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG A. D. Nutting, Forest Commissioner RS 1954, c. 36, §83; RS 1954, c. 97, §60
02/26/1958 Interpretation of the meaning of Sec. 13 with regard to limitation of purchases of wines and spirits by the State Liquor Commission Frank F. Harding, AG Chairman, Liquor Commission PL 1933, c. 300; PL 1935, c. 24; PL 1939, c. 302; PL 1941, c. 90; PL 1943, c. 126; PL 1945, c. 92; PL 1955, c. 401; P&SL 1957, c. 174 RS 1954, c. 61, §13
03/06/1958 Legislative power to grant special privileges to Gorham Raceway and Scarborough Downs James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Julian W. Davis, Chairman of Harness Racing Commission RS 1954, c. 86, §11
03/06/1958 Contracts in anticipation of available funds James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Niran C. Bates, Director, Public Improvements PL 1957, c. 401
03/10/1958 Transfer of funds - community school district; terms of school board members; terms of school director George A. Wathen, AAG Warren G. Hill, Commissioner of Education PL 1957, c. 443 RS 1954, c. 41, §111-F
03/10/1958 Rules & regulations - establishment of grades of sardines in oil, packed in 1/4 sized cans; marking, branding or labeling of sardines James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Andrew E. Watson, Assistant Chief, Agriculture, Division of Inspection RS 1954, c. 32, §263
03/18/1958 Sale of buildings on condemned land L. Smith Dunnack, AAG David H. Stevens, Chairman, State Highway Commission PL 1913, c. 130; PL 1931, c. 261 RS 1954, c. 23, §24
03/19/1958 Title to minerals beneath tidal areas James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG John R. Rand, State Geologist, Economic Development
03/20/1958 Gasoline road tax on motor vehicles, R. S., Ch. 16, Sec. 188-199 Richard A. Foley, AAG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor RS 1954, c. 16, §170; RS 1954, c. 16, §188 ff 109 Me. 414
03/25/1958 Change of designated broker George A. Wathen, AAG Doris M. St. Pierre, Secretary of Real Estate Commission RS 1954, c. 84, §7
03/27/1958 Price of school milk George A. Wathen, AAG Kermit S. Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education PL 1957, c. 384 RS 1954, c. 33, §1; RS 1954, c. 33, §4
03/31/1958 Maine Industrial Building Authority Advertising George A. Wathen, AAG Lloyd K. Allen, Manager, Industrial Building Authority RS 1954, c. 38-B, §4; RS 1954, c. 38-B, §6; RS 1954, c. 38-B, §6-A; RS 1954, c. 38-B, §11
04/01/1958 Group life insurance Orville T. Ranger, AAG Carleton L. Bradbury, Banking Commissioner RS 1954, c. 59, §18; RS 1954, c. 59, §28; RS 1954, c. 59, §90; RS 1954, c. 59, §158; RS 1954, c. 59, §170; RS 1954, c. 60, §164 126 Me. 59
04/09/1958 Maine Maritime Academy James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Secretary, Maine State Retirement System P&SL 1941, c. 37; P&SL 1941, c. 102; P&SL 1947, c. 24; PL 1947, c. 384; PL 1957, c. 288 RS 1954, c. 55, §1; RS 1954, c. 63-A, §17; RS 1954, c. 65, §2
04/10/1958 Use of state flag James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State RS 1954, c. 1, §27 ff
04/23/1958 Federal Aid Highway Act of 1958 L. Smith Dunnack, AAG David H. Stevens, Chairman, State Highway Commission PL 1951, c. 321 RS 1954, c. 23, §15 Me. Const. Art. IX, §14
04/25/1958 Access for the purpose of servicing billboards L. Smith Dunnack, AAG David H. Stevens, Chairman, State Highway Commission RS 1954, c. 23, §7
04/29/1958 Out-of-state sales finance company James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Kenneth B. Foss, Director, Consumer Credit Division, Banking Department RS 1954, c. 59, §249 ff
05/01/1958 Proposed executive order James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Walter H. Kennett, Director, Civil Defense and Public Safety RS 1954, c. 12, §6 Related to Muskie Executive Order?
05/01/1958 Securities licenses James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Doris St. Pierre, Secretary, Maine Real Estate Commission RS 1954, c. 59, §228; RS 1954, c. 59, §231; RS 1954, c. 84
05/07/1958 Taxation of industrial property George A. Wathen, AAG Lloyd K. Allen, Manager, Industrial Building Authority RS 1954, c. 32-B, §8; RS 1954, c. 91-A, §3; RS 1954, c. 91-A, §10
05/07/1958 Lease of seaplane base James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Game
05/07/1958 Digging clams in state parks James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Charles P. Bradford, Superintendent, Park Commission
05/09/1958 Film cooperative contract James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Ruth A. Hazelton, State Librarian RS 1954, c. 42, §2
05/13/1958 Farm trucks James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Robert Marx, Chief, Maine State Police RS 1954, c. 22, §19
05/16/1958 Voting & quorum George A. Wathen, AAG Harvey H. Chenevert, Executive Secretary, Milk Commission RS 1954, c. 33 Mason's Manual of Legislative Procedure §510; Mason's Manual of Legislative Procedure §516
05/21/1958 Property tax exemptions for veterans Richard A. Foley, AAG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor RS 1954, c. 91-A, §4; RS 1954, c. 91-A, §10; RS 1954, c. 91-A, §14
05/27/1958 Need of permit to build Tukey Bridge L. Smith Dunnack, AAG Max L. Wilder, Bridge Engineer, State Highway Commission P&SL 1917, c. 192 111 Me. 78 195610
06/02/1958 Commitment fees James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Robert A. Marden, County Attorney, Kennebec PL 1957, c. 334; PL 1957, c. 436
06/02/1958 Canadian lobster meat - Section 116, Chapter 38, R. S. 1954 James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Ronald W. Green, Commissioner of Sea and Shore Fisheries RS 1954, c. 38, §116
06/03/1958 Beaver dam George A. Wathen, AAG Elmer H. Ingraham, Chief Warden, Inland Fish & Game RS 1954, c. 37, §119
06/04/1958 Use of highway funds for archeological and paleontological salvage L. Smith Dunnack, AAG Vaughan M. Daggett, Chief Engineer, State Highway Commission RS 1954, c. 23, §15
06/20/1958 The Bangor Fair George A. Wathen, AAG E. L. Newdick, Commissioner of Agriculture PL 1957, c. 391 RS 1954, c. 32, §17
06/23/1958 Damages to minks George A. Wathen, AAG Samuel F. Dorrance, Livestock Specialist, Agriculture RS 1954, c. 32, §141; RS 1954, c. 100, §18
07/01/1958 Voting for civilians on federal property James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Samuel Slosberg, Director of Legislative Research PL 1867, c. 66; P&SL 1868, c. 612; LD 268 (98th Legis. 1957) RS 1954, c. 1, §10 78 Me. 401 Me. Const. Art. II, §1
07/02/1958 Civil defense in unorganized territory James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Walter H. Kennett, Director, Civil Defense & Public Safety
07/07/1958 Economic Advisory Committee James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Frank S. Carpenter, Treasurer of State RS 1954, c. 23, §129; RS 1954, c. 23, §130
07/08/1958 Admission to secondary schools George A. Wathen, AAG Kermit S. Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1954, c. 41, §44; RS 1954, c. 41, §98; RS 1954, c. 41, §99; RS 1954, c. 41, §102; RS 1954, c. 41, §105; RS 1954, c. 41, §107; RS 1954, c. 41, §114; RS 1954, c. 41, §117; RS 1954, c. 41, §124
07/08/1958 Fishing from bridges on highways L. Smith Dunnack, AAG Max L. Wilder, Bridge Engineer, State Highway Commission
07/10/1958 Suggested amendments of Sales and Use Tax Act as a result of the hearing on June 11, 1958 Ralph W. Farris, AAG Legislative Research Committee RS 1954, c. 16, §54; RS 1954, c. 16, §55; RS 1954, c. 17, §6; RS 1954, c. 17, §8; RS 1954, c. 17, §36 78 US 423
07/16/1958 Purchase of automobiles by the Department of Education George A. Wathen, AAG Raymond C. Mudge, Finance Commissioner RS 1954, c. 15-A, §43
07/16/1958 Sentence for crime committed by parolee James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG John J. Shea, Director, Probation and Parole PL 1913, c. 60; PL 1953, c. 404; PL 1957, c. 387 RS 1954, c. 149, §21 150 Me. 121
07/17/1958 Vacation pay Frank F. Harding, AG Cyril M. Joly, Chairman, Industrial Accident Commission PL 1957, c. 94 RS 1954, c. 30, §50; RS 1954, c. 31, §2
07/18/1958 Costs in short lobster cases James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Ronald W. Green, Commissioner of Sea and Shore Fisheries RS 1954, c. 38, §114
07/18/1958 Assessment on patients at Pineland Training Center James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Michael A. Napolitano, State Auditor RS 1954, c. 27, §5; RS 1954, c. 27, §144
07/18/1958 Social Security coverage for public library James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Executive Secretary, Maine State Retirement System RS 1954, c. 54
07/18/1958 Death benefits James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Executive Secretary, Maine State Retirement System RS 1954, c. 63-A, §9; RS 1954, c. 63-A, §15
07/21/1958 Swan Island James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1954, c. 37, §8; RS 1954, c. 37, §17
07/23/1958 Temporary loans L. Smith Dunnack, AAG David H. Stevens, Chairman, State Highway Commission P&SL 1957, c. 173 RS 1954, c. 18, §30; RS 1954, c. 28, §132
07/31/1958 Re-consideration of action at a town meeting George A. Wathen, AAG Warren G. Hill, Commissioner of Education PL 1957, c. 443 RS 1954, c. 41, §111-G; RS 1954, c. 41, §111-P 82 Me. 180; 124 Me. 251; 152 Me. 350
07/31/1958 Removal of humane agents James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Robert M. Huse, Administrative Assistant to the Governor RS 1954, c. 11, §5; RS 1954, c. 140, §23 72 Me. 542 Me. Const. Art. IX, §6
08/01/1958 Voting status of National Guardsman receiving pauper supplies James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Wolcott H. Fraser, Deputy Secretary of State RS 1954, c. 3, §2; RS 1954, c. 94, §10 Me. Const. Art. II, §1
08/01/1958 Catering business James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Madge Ames, Director, Child Labor Division, Labor & Industry RS 1954, c. 30, §23; RS 1954, c. 30, §25
08/04/1958 Life tenancy Frank F. Harding, AG Carleton L. Bradbury, Banking Commissioner RS 1954, c. 59, §109
08/06/1958 Penobscot Bay Ferry Service George A. Wathen, AAG Frank Carpenter, State Treasurer P&SL 1957, c. 190; P&SL 1957, c. 210 139 Me. 416 Me. Const. Art. IX, §14 19511204
08/14/1958 Ferry service - Maine Port Authority James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Ober C. Vaughan, Director, Personnel P&SL 1929, c. 114; P&SL 1957, c. 190; P&SL 1957, c. 210
08/20/1958 Hearing on revocation of teaching certificates James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Hayden L. V. Anderson, Director of Professional Services, Education
08/20/1958 Bona fide resignation James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Ober C. Vaughan, Director, Personnel Personnel Rule 12.1
08/20/1958 Tax on Post Office employee uniforms Richard A. Foley, AAG Norman P. Ledew, Chief Examiner, Sales Tax Division
08/26/1958 Funds James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Gray H. Curtis, Executive Director, Vocational Rehabilitation PL 1955, c. 465 RS 1954, c. 41, §200; RS 1954, c. 41, §202-A; RS 1954, c. 41, §202-C
09/16/1958 "Floating billboards" off the shore L. Smith Dunnack, AAG W. H. Bradford, Right of Way Engineer, Highway Department RS 1954, c. 23, §137; RS 1954, c. 23, §138 18 Me. 433; 25 Me. 51; 79 Me. 456; 86 Me. 319; 93 Me. 532; 96 Me. 458; 97 Me. 356; 100 Me. 410; 102 Me. 431; 105 Me. 76; 114 Me. 242; 124 Me. 361; 129 Me. 407 Colonial Ordinance of 1641-1647
09/18/1958 Medical and health inspections George A. Wathen, AAG Kermit S. Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1954, c. 41, §54 ff
09/18/1958 Liability coverage of firemen employed as instructors Neal A. Donahue, AAG Maurice C. Varney, Director of Vocational Education
09/24/1958 Raft or boat as stationary blind James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1954, c. 37, §89
09/24/1958 Transfer of voluntary patient under interstate compact on mental health James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Perry D. Hayden, Commissioner of Institutional Service PL 1957, c. 231
09/30/1958 Gasoline tax - allowance for losses, R. S., c. 16, s. 163 Ralph W. Farris, AAG Ernest H. Johnson, State Tax Assessor RS 1954, c. 16, §163
10/07/1958 10% bonus to be paid to school administrative districts George A. Wathen, AAG Asa A. Gordon, Coordinator, Maine School District Commission PL 1957, c. 364; PL 1957, c. 443; P&SL 1957, c. 198 RS 1954, c. 41, §111-R; RS 1954, c. 41, §237-E; RS 1954, c. 41, §237-G
10/23/1958 Remuneration from two sources James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG R. E. Libby, Chairman, Veterinary Examiners Personnel Rule 11.10
10/23/1958 Sale of fish cultural station James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG C. Keith Miller, Inland Fisheries and Game RS 1954, c. 37, §8 19560917
11/05/1958 Expenses of support and commitment George A. Wathen, AAG Perry D. Hayden, Commissioner of Institutional Service RS 1954, c. 27, §135; RS 1954, c. 27, §139 66 Me. 60; 71 Me. 535; 72 Me. 492
11/14/1958 Real estate, rent or sale of Maine Port Authority George A. Wathen, AAG Edward Langlois, General Manager, Maine Port Authority PL 1931, c. 216 RS 1954, c. 15-A, §25; RS 1954, c. 15-A, §26
12/02/1958 Vacancy in office of sheriff James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Edmund S. Muskie, Governor Resolves 1957, c. 94 137 Me. 347 Me. Const. Art. IV, §10; Me. Const. Art. VI, §7
12/03/1958 Sale of used-car warranties Orville T. Ranger, AAG George F. Mahoney, Commissioner, Insurance Department RS 1954, c. 60, §1; RS 1954, c. 185, §12 82 Me. 363; 92 Me. 574; 109 Me. 79; 109 Me. 274
12/05/1958 Gift to state James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Kenneth B. Burns, Business Manager, Institutional Services RS 1954, c. 11, §16
12/12/1958 Maine Port Authority George A. Wathen, AAG Edmund S. Muskie, Governor P&SL 1941, c. 5
12/29/1958 Division into two systems for Social Security coverage James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Executive Secretary, Maine State Retirement System RS 1954, c. 65 19541021
12/29/1958 Chapter 79, Revised Statutes of 1954, as amended James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG R. W. MacDonald, Chief Engineer of Water Improvement Commission PL 1945, c. 345; PL 1951, c. 383; PL 1953, c. 403; PL 1955, c. 425 RS 1954, c. 48, §15; RS 1954, c. 49, §2; RS 1954, c. 79 121 Me. 450; 122 Me. 450; 126 Me. 532; 129 Me. 423
01/04/1959 Escapes James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Perry D. Hayden, Commissioner of Mental Health & Corrections RS 1954, c. 27, §73
01/06/1959 Federal funds - unorganized units - school current expense James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Philip A. Annas, Executive Director of Division of Instruction, Education Department RS 1954, c. 11, §15; RS 1954, c. 41, §159 ff
01/06/1959 Subsidy payments under Chapter 41 to school administrative districts George A. Wathen, AAG Asa A. Gordon, Coordinator of Maine School District Commission RS 1954, c. 41, §237-D; RS 1954, c. 41, §237-E
01/09/1959 Unexpended balances from appropriations under Chapter 378, P. L. 1957 L. Smith Dunnack, AAG H. H. Harris, Controller PL 1957, c. 34; PL 1957, c. 378 RS 1954, c. 15-A, §14
01/12/1959 Export of substandard sardines George A. Wathen, AAG Clayton Osgood, Chief of Division of Inspection, Agriculture RS 1954, c. 32, §263
01/12/1959 Authorization to accept federal grant in regard to billboards L. Smith Dunnack, AAG David H. Stevens, Chairman, State Highway Commission RS 1954, c. 23, §15
01/19/1959 Work permits for minors James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Marion E. Martin, Labor Commissioner RS 1954, c. 30, §26; RS 1954, c. 41, §236
01/23/1959 Subsidy and bonus payments to school administrative districts George A. Wathen, AAG Asa A. Gordon, Coordinator of Maine School District Commission RS 1954, c. 41, §111-A; RS 1954, c. 41, §236; RS 1954, c. 41, §237-D; RS 1954, c. 41, §237-E
01/26/1959 School administrative districts - agency of the state George A. Wathen, AAG Kermit Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1954, c. 41, §111-F; RS 1954, c. 41, §236 134 Me. 414
02/09/1959 Beach erosion survey James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Clinton A. Clauson, Governor RS 1954, c. 90-A, §8
03/10/1959 Commitment of Pineland patients to Augusta & Bangor State Hospitals James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Peter W. Bowman, Superintendent, Pineland Hospital & Training Center RS 1954, c. 27, §110
03/11/1959 "Dispute clause" in contracts executed by the state James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG General E. W. Heywood, Adjutant General
03/24/1959 Deeds - with respect to sale of land by the state Frank E. Hancock, AG Niran C. Bates, Director of Bureau of Public Improvements
03/24/1959 Municipal authority to license businesses or occupations James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Joseph T. Edgar, Speaker of the House RS 1954, c. 90-A, §3 135 Me. 36
04/01/1959 Bids on belt loaders Frank E. Hancock, AG John R. Dyer, Purchasing Agent, Bureau of Purchases PL 1957, c. 340 RS 1954, c. 15-A, §39
04/07/1959 Lease - waiver of sovereign immunity of the state; purchase of liability insurance James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Fred A. Clough, Jr., Commissioner of Economic Development
04/15/1959 Building fishway on the Aroostook River James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Ronald W. Green, Commissioner of Sea and Shore Fisheries P&SL 1927, c. 205; Resolves 1935, c. 71; Resolves 1941, c. 88; Resolves 1945, c. 41; Resolves 1947, c. 146; P&SL 1957, c. 171
04/17/1959 Withdrawal of municipality re enactment of law by legislation George A. Wathen, AAG William R. Cole, Senate RS 1954, c. 41, §111-P 68 Me. 582; 109 Me. 169; 143 Me. 207 Me. Const. Art. VIII, Pt. 1, §1; Me. Const. Art. IX, §9
05/05/1959 Summer schools George A. Wathen, AAG Kermit S. Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1954, c. 41, §121-A
05/11/1959 Contract between Inland Fisheries & Game Department and Pembroke George A. Wathen, AAG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries & Game P&SL 1957, c. 49 RS 1954, c. 37, §37; RS 1954, c. 37, §57; RS 1954, c. 90-A, §12
05/13/1959 Legality of marriage of mental patients James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Peter W. Bowman, Superintendent, Pineland Hospital & Training Center RS 1954, c. 166, §2; RS 1954, c. 166, §52
05/18/1959 Registration of aircraft leased to residents by out of state owners James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG John B. Nichols, Inspector, Aeronautics Commission RS 1954, c. 24, §3; RS 1954, c. 24, §13; RS 1954, c. 24, §16
05/25/1959 Relating to the closing of waters by the commissioner James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries & Game RS 1954, c. 37, §9
05/25/1959 Collecting of $10 license fee for harness racing James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Stanley A. Jones, Chairman of Harness Racing Commission PL 1951, c. 105 147 Me. 367
05/25/1959 Stipends - municipal appropriations or expenditures James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Ruth A. Hazelton, Librarian, Maine State Library PL 1953, c. 308; PL 1955, c. 185 RS 1954, c. 38, §25; RS 1954, c. 42, §33
05/27/1959 Maine Port Authority ferry terminal James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Nathan W. Thompson, Woodman, Skelton, Thompson & Chapman
05/27/1959 Examination by Pharmacy Commission James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG David J. Kennedy, Secretary, Commission of Pharmacy RS 1954, c. 68, §6; RS 1954, c. 68, §7; RS 1954, c. 68, §33
05/27/1959 Parking in municipalities Frank E. Hancock, AG Clarence Parker, Senate PL 1959, c. 337
06/01/1959 Workmen's compensation for soil conservation district employees Neal A. Donahue, AAG Cyril M. Joly, Chairman, Industrial Accident Commission RS 1954, c. 31
06/01/1959 Procedure in filling vacancies in the House of Representatives James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Maurice F. Williams, Administrative Assistant, Executive Department PL 1949, c. 300; PL 1955, c. 47 RS 1954, c. 4, §45; RS 1954, c. 4, §46; RS 1954, c. 5, §58; RS 1954, c. 5, §73; RS 1954, c. 5, §74; RS 1954, c. 5, §75
06/02/1959 Referendum questions James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Allan Woodcock, Jr., Senate PL 1957, c. 405; Resolves 1959, c. 52 RS 1954, c. 5, §16; RS 1954, c. 90-A, §30 ff 25 Me. 561; 34 Me. 575; 51 Me. 29; 53 Me. 82; 55 Me. 61 Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3, §16; Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3, §17; Me. Const. Art. X, §4
06/03/1959 Length of session re referendum questions James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Allan Woodcock, Jr., Senate Resolves 1959, c. 52 Me. Const. Art. IX, §14; Me. Const. Art. X, §4
06/05/1959 Termination of "national emergency" James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Stanton S. Weed, Director of Motor Vehicle Registration RS 1954, c. 22, §60; 15 FR 9029 Presidential Proclamations #2914 and #2974
06/08/1959 Eligibility of city of Saco for National Defense Education Act Funds under Title III George A. Wathen, AAG Kermit S. Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1954, c. 41, §105
06/08/1959 Summer school tuition charges George A. Wathen, AAG Kermit S. Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education PL 1959, c. 83 19590505
06/09/1959 Trailways of New England, Inc. erroneously registered as foreign corp. James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State RS 1954, c. 53, §127 ff
06/09/1959 State hospitals operation permit form James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Francis H. Sleeper, Superintendent, Augusta State Hospital
06/11/1959 Emergency legislation, votes required to pass Frank E. Hancock, AG Joseph T. Edgar, Speaker of the House Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3, §16
06/11/1959 Slash & brush burning permits Frank E. Hancock, AG Frank M. Pierce, Senate PL 1855, c. 132PL 1949, c. 363 RS 1954, c. 36, §84; RS 1954, c. 97, §38; RS 1954, c. 97, §59 135 Me. 430
06/12/1959 Establishment of milk prices and classifications George A. Wathen, AAG Walter B. Steele, Jr., Executive Secretary of Maine Milk Commission RS 1954, c. 33, §4
06/16/1959 Office buildings George A. Wathen, AAG Lloyd K. Allen, Manager of Industrial Building Authority RS 1954, c. 38-B
06/19/1959 Teacher's contracts George A. Wathen, AAG Kermit Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1954, c. 41, §87 107 Me. 220
06/24/1959 Doing of business in the State of Maine by foreign corporations James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State RS 1954, c. 53, §127
07/02/1959 Maine Port Authority ferry terminal James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Nathan W. Thompson, Woodman, Skelton, Thompson & Chapman 19590527
07/02/1959 Interpretation and effect of Chapter 312, P. L., 1959 George A. Wathen, AAG Perry D. Hayden, Commissioner of Institutional Service PL 1959, c. 312 RS 1954, c. 10, §21
07/06/1959 Custom printing plant George A. Wathen, AAG Lloyd K. Allen, Manager of Industrial Building Authority RS 1954, c. 38-B
07/06/1959 Payment of subsidies in December, 1959 George A. Wathen, AAG Kermit S. Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1954, c. 41, §237-E
07/10/1959 Authorities subject to audit by the Department of Audit James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Michael Napolitano, State Auditor P&SL 1941, c. 69; PL 1957, c. 421 RS 1954, c. 19; RS 1954, c. 41, §243 ff 19450206
07/15/1959 Maine Port Authority bonds & use of state seal George A. Wathen, AAG A. Edward Langlois, Jr., General Manager, Maine Port Authority RS 1954, c. 143, §8
07/16/1959 Compensation, Secretary of the Senate George A. Wathen, AAG Harland H. Harris, Controller SO (99th Legis. 1959) (see page 2643) RS 1954, c. 10, §21
07/16/1959 Levy on accrued salary of state employee by U. S. Internal Revenue Frank E. Hancock, AG Frank S. Carpenter, State Treasurer 26 USCA 6331 ff 79 S.Ct. 641
07/24/1959 Authority of credit union to purchase real estate George A. Wathen, AAG Carleton L. Bradbury, Commissioner of Banks and Banking RS 1954, c. 55, §20 ff
08/05/1959 Certain legal questions raised by the Beers Co. concerning their impending lease negotiations with the Mining Bureau George A. Wathen, AAG Robert G. Doyle, State Geologist, Economic Development RS 1954, c. 39-B, §8
08/06/1959 Computation of subsidy under the Sinclair Act George A. Wathen, AAG Fred L. Kenney, Director, Administrative Services, Education Department PL 1959, c. 353 RS 1954, c. 41, §237-G
08/11/1959 Fines and court costs in criminal cases George A. Wathen, AAG C. N. Dyke, Director, Municipal Audit RS 1954, c. 37, §129; RS 1954, c. 38, §114; RS 1954, c. 108, §10
08/14/1959 Prior convictions re motor vehicle registration & license suspension Frank E. Hancock, AG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State PL 1959, c. 144 RS 1954, c. 22, §150 127 Me. 351; 134 Me. 145
08/17/1959 Duties of the Clerk of the House Frank E. Hancock, AG Harvey R. Pease, Clerk of the House PL 1959, c. 252 RS 1954, c. 10, §7
08/24/1959 Leasing of state-owned property George A. Wathen, AAG Perry D. Hayden, Commissioner of Institutional Service RS 1954, c. 15-A, §34; RS 1954, c. 27, §5
08/31/1959 Minimum wage law James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor & Industry PL 1959, c. 362 RS 1954, c. 30, §2; RS 1954, c. 30, §132-A ff 121 Me. 450; 148 Me. 365
09/08/1959 Installation of water pipes to heating plant by licensed oil burnerman James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG E. W. Campbell, Dr. P. H., Executive Officer of Plumbers' Examining Board PL 1933, c. 1; PL 1955, c. 352 RS 1954, c. 25, §179; RS 1954, c. 82-A, §2; RS 1954, c. 82-A, §13 19440302
09/08/1959 State armories - joint utilization of James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG E. W. Heywood, Adjutant General RS 1954, c. 14, §17; RS 1954, c. 14, §18; RS 1954, c. 14, §101
09/21/1959 Minimum wage law (P. L. of 1959, C. 362) James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry PL 1959, c. 362 RS 1954, c. 132-B
09/22/1959 Bank records - minimum period of retention James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Carleton L. Bradbury, Commissioner of Banks and Banking PL 1959, c. 87 RS 1954, c. 59, §197-A
09/22/1959 Rules and regulations re banks and trust companies (form and procedure) James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Carleton L. Bradbury, Commissioner of Banks and Banking PL 1959, c. 178 RS 1954, c. 59, §2-A
09/24/1959 Commission rule and regulation No. 69 Frank E. Hancock, AG John J. Maloney, Jr., Chairman, Maine State Liquor Commission RS 1954, c. 61, §8; RS 1954, c. 61, §18 101 Me. 37; 104 Me. 506; 121 Me. 450; 135 Me. 57; 146 Me. 38 Maine State Liquor Commission Rule #69
09/25/1959 Payment of advance subsidy to School Administrative District #3 George A. Wathen, AAG Kermit Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1954, c. 41, §242
09/29/1959 Appointment of commissioners James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Scott Higgins, Director of Aeronautics Commission PL 1959, c. 120 RS 1954, c. 24, §4
10/05/1959 Small Business Administration James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG George B. Coffin, Field Representative, Small Business Administration PL 1959, c. 178 RS 1954, c. 53, §8; 15 USCA 661 ff
10/05/1959 Quahog tax law George A. Wathen, AAG Ronald W. Green, Commissioner of Sea and Shore Fisheries RS 1954, c. 16, §294 ff 27 Me. 145; 56 Me. 310; 91 Me. 508
10/09/1959 False alarms - calling out of National Guard James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG E. W. Heywood, Adjutant General RS 1954, c. 143, §10
10/09/1959 Long Island Plantation ferry service James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Edward Langlois, General Manager, Maine Port Authority P&SL 1929, c. 114; P&SL 1957, c. 190; P&SL 1959, c. 125
10/13/1959 Attendance of public at a parole hearing George A. Wathen, AAG Perry D. Hayden, Commissioner of Mental Health & Corrections PL 1959, c. 219; PL 1959, c. 242 RS 1954, c. 27, §1
10/15/1959 Bulk tank increase George A. Wathen, AAG Walter B. Steele, Jr., Executive Secretary of Maine Milk Commission RS 1954, c. 33, §4
10/16/1959 Ever-ready-chek plan by small loan companies James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Carleton L. Bradbury, Commissioner of Banks and Banking RS 1954, c. 59, §219
10/19/1959 Sheriff, removal of Frank E. Hancock, AG Clinton A. Clauson, Governor 119 Me. 437; 125 Me. 529 Me. Const. Art. IX, §10
10/19/1959 Election of school directors George A. Wathen, AAG Asa A. Gordon, Coordinator of Maine School District Commission PL 1959, c. 323 RS 1954, c. 90-A, §37
11/04/1959 Secondary schools - admission of students George A. Wathen, AAG Kermit S. Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education RS 1954, c. 41, §102
11/05/1959 Sale of surplus products from state institutions George A. Wathen, AAG Perry D. Hayden, Commissioner of Mental Health & Corrections RS 1954, c. 15-A, §34; RS 1954, c. 15-A, §36
11/05/1959 Amount available for construction of M.E.S.C. office building George A. Wathen, AAG Maine Employment Security Commission P&SL 1957, c. 150; P&SL 1959, c. 113; P&SL 1959, c. 153
11/06/1959 Board and care of patient committed as a result of prosecution for criminal offense George A. Wathen, AAG George A. Lasselle, Augusta State Hospital RS 1954, c. 27, §117; RS 1954, c. 27, §121; RS 1954, c. 27, §125; RS 1954, c. 27, §129; RS 1954, c. 27, §137 ff
11/10/1959 Construction aid George A. Wathen, AAG Kermit Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education PL 1959, c. 353 RS 1954, c. 41, §237-E; RS 1954, c. 41, §237-H 127 Me. 351
11/18/1959 Transfer of patients from Pineland James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG P. W. Bowman, Superintendent, Pineland Hospital & Training Center RS 1954, c. 27, §13 19450409; 19590601
11/19/1959 Maine Maritime Academy - participation in old age and survivor's insurance program James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Earle R. Hayes, Executive Secretary of Maine State Retirement System PL 1957, c. 288 RS 1954, c. 65, §2 19580409
12/07/1959 Conversion of a state chartered savings and loan association to federal charter Stanley R. Tupper, AAG Carleton L. Bradbury, Commissioner of Banks and Banking RS 1954, c. 59, §145 ff; RS 1954, c. 59, §169
12/10/1959 Chapter 242, Public Laws 1959 George A. Wathen, AAG Perry D. Hayden, Commissioner of Mental Health & Corrections PL 1959, c. 242
12/10/1959 Inmate funds James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Allan L. Robbins, Warden, Maine State Prison PL 1959, c. 65 RS 1954, c. 27, §48
12/15/1959 Chapter 219, Public Laws of 1959 Stanley R. Tupper, AAG Walter B. Steele, Jr., Executive Secretary of Maine Milk Commission PL 1959, c. 219
12/16/1959 Taxi drivers under the minimum wage law George A. Wathen, AAG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor and Industry PL 1959, c. 362 RS 1954, c. 30, §132-A; RS 1954, c. 30, §132-B; RS 1954, c. 30, §132-C 135 Me. 39
12/29/1959 Damage to poultry George A. Wathen, AAG S. F. Dorrance, Assistant Chief Division Animal Industry, Agriculture RS 1954, c. 100, §18
12/31/1959 Grant to the United States of easement on public lot in Township D. Range 2, W.E.L.S., Aroostook James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG James P. Archibald, Justice, Superior Court Resolves 1959, c. 51 RS 1954, c. 36, §12
12/31/1959 Tuition of George A. Wathen, AAG Fred L. Kenney, Director, Administrative Services, Education Department RS 1954, c. 41, §44; RS 1954, c. 41, §108
04/19/1960 Establishment and enforcement of traffic rules and regulations on institution grounds James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Peter W. Bowman, Superintendent, Pineland Hospital & Training Center P&SL 1957, c. 158
01/05/1960 Vocational rehabilitation George A. Wathen, AAG Kermit Nickerson, Deputy Commissioner of Education PL 1959, c. 286 RS 1954, c. 41, §5; RS 1954, c. 41, §195-A; RS 1954, c. 41, §195-E
01/05/1960 Casco Bay Lines Frank E. Hancock, AG Frederick N. Allen, Chairman of Public Utilities Commission P&SL 1885, c. 495; P&SL 1953, c. 116 RS 1954, c. 44, §55
01/08/1960 Constitutional prohibition re appointment to civil office James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG E. J. Briggs, Senate PL 1959, c. 361 Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 3, §10
01/13/1960 Maine State Fair - Lewiston - Capital Improvement Fund George A. Wathen, AAG Francis G. Buzzell, Chief of Division of Animal Industry, Agriculture RS 1954, c. 32
01/19/1960 Superintendent of school union re state benefits James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Joseph T. Edgar, Speaker of the House RS 1954, c. 41, §77; RS 1954, c. 41, §80 19571210
01/20/1960 Executive Council - pay during legislative sessions Frank E. Hancock, AG Frank S. Carpenter, State Treasurer RS 1954, c. 11, §3
01/21/1960 Indians, tuition at University of Maine Stanley R. Tupper, AAG Charles E. Crossland, Vice President for Administration, University of Maine P&SL 1913, c. 128
01/22/1960 Water system - authority to receive legacy for George A. Wathen, AAG Committee on Judiciary P&SL 1959, c. 207 RS 1954, c. 90-A
01/25/1960 Extent of coverage under the Act Relating to the Licensing and Safety Operation of Boats George A. Wathen, AAG Judiciary Committee at request of Representative Knight PL 1959, c. 349 RS 1954, c. 36-A, §2; RS 1954, c. 36-A, §3-A; RS 1954, c. 36-A, §6
02/02/1960 Application of pension laws to the chief and deputy chief James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Robert Marx, Chief of State Police PL 1945, c. 255; P&SL 1951, c. 214; P&SL 1953, c. 166 RS 1944, c. 13, §21; RS 1954, c. 15, §1; RS 1954, c. 15, §22
02/09/1960 Conviction - absence of defendant and counsel Frank E. Hancock, AG Paul A. MacDonald, Deputy Secretary of State RS 1954, c. 148, §14; RS 1954, c. 149, §1 34 Me. 594; 67 Me. 423; 90 Me. 273; 105 Me. 207; 128 Me. 523; 150 Me. 28
02/12/1960 Proposed change in the lease agreement George A. Wathen, AAG Rod O'Connor, Manager of Maine Industrial Building Authority RS 1954, c. 38-B; RS 1954, c. 122, §10
02/23/1960 Shooting muskrats at Brownfield Game Management Area George A. Wathen, AAG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries & Game RS 1954, c. 37, §17
02/24/1960 Terms of office of legislators Frank E. Hancock, AG Roswell P. Bates, Senate Me. Const. Art. IV, Pt. 1, §2
02/25/1960 Agricultural employment under the minimum wage law George A. Wathen, AAG Marion E. Martin, Commissioner of Labor & Industry PL 1959, c. 362 RS 1954, c. 30, §132-B
03/16/1960 State subsidies for transportation George A. Wathen, AAG Warren G. Hill, Commissioner of Education RS 1954, c. 41, §28; RS 1954, c. 41, §31; RS 1954, c. 41, §237-A; RS 1954, c. 41, §237-D 155 Me. 151
03/18/1960 Duties of one office to continue until qualification of other George A. Wathen, AAG Dwight A. Brown, House RS 1954, c. 4, §52 ff 64 Me. 195; 114 Me. 443; 148 Me. 500
03/18/1960 Deeds, option to be executive re State School for Boys location Frank E. Hancock, AG Robert S. Linnell P&SL 1959, c. 149
03/25/1960 Flowage of state lands James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Roland H. Cobb, Commissioner of Inland Fisheries & Game RS 1954, c. 36, §39; RS 1954, c. 36, §12; RS 1954, c. 180 98 Me. 566; 123 Me. 535; 133 Me. 9; 47 US 507 Me. Const. Art. I, §21
04/05/1960 Statutory officers - election when over 70 years of age James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG E. L. Newdick, Commissioner of Agriculture PL 1941, c. 328 RS 1954, c. 32, §1; RS 1954, c. 63-A, §3; RS 1954, c. 63-A, §6 137 Me. 352 19511109; 19541223
04/07/1960 Pardon petition - before sentence James Glynn Frost, Deputy AG Harold I. Goss, Secretary of State 128 Me. 523; 150 Me. 28 Me. Const. Art. V, Pt. 1, §11
04/07/1960 Houlton Water Company Thomas W. Tavenner, AAG R. W. MacDonald, Chief Engineer, Water Improvement Commission P&SL 1887, c. 145 RS 1954, c. 79, §7-B 140 Me. 158
04/20/1960 Greater Portland Regional Pl