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STATE OF WISCONSIN.

Senate Journal.

THIRTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1881.

The thirty-fourth annual session of the legislature of the state of Wisconsi), began at Madison, the capital of said state, the second Wednesday, being the 12th day, of January, 1881.

Pursuant to law, at 12 o'clock M. of said day, the senate was called to order by Hon. James M. Bingham, the lieutenantgovernor.

The roll of senators holding over from 1880, and of the senators elect, as transmitted to the senate by Hon. Hans B. Warner, secretary of state, was read by the clerk as follows:

LIST OF SENATORS HOLDING OVER FROM 1880.

2d District - David M. Kelly.
4th

Ormsby B. Thomas.
6th

George H. Paul. 8th

Joseph V. Quarles. 10th

Richard Weaver. 12th

John W. Blackstone. 14th

Edwin E. Woodman. 16th

George W. Ryland. 18th

George E. Sutherland. 20th

Patrick H. Smith. 220

Benjamin F. Carter. 24th

Sam. S. Fifield. 26th

Matthew Anderson. 28th

Joseph B. McGrew.
30th

Michael Griffin.
William T. Price.

32d

LIST OF SENATORS ELECTED AT THE GENERAL ELECTION HELD IN

THE STATE OF WISCONSIN, ON THE SECOND DAY OF NOVEMBER, A. D. 1880.

5th

1st District - William A. Ellis.
3d "6 Albert L. Phillips.

Isaac W. Van Schaick.
7th

Edward B. Simpson. 916

James F. Wiley. 11th

Thomas B. Scott. 13th

Arthur K. Delaney. 15th

Joseph Rankin. 17th

Hainilton Richardson. 19th

Joseph B. Hamilton. 21st

Charles F. Crosby. 23d

Fred. Kusel. 25th

George B. Burrows. 27th

Gilbert E. McKeeby. 29th

Augustus Finkelnburg. 31st

Merrick P. Wing. 33d

George F. Hunt. STATE DEPARTMENT — SS.

I, Hans B. Warner, secretary of state of the state of Wisconsin, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a correct list of the members of the senate of the state of Wisconsin, elected at the general election held on the second day of November, 1880, as appears from the certificates of the several county clerks of the several counties comprising the senatorial districts named in the foregoing list, which certificates are now on file in this office.

In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal, at the capitol, in the city of Madison, this 10th day of January, A. D. 1881. [SEAL.]

HANS B. WARNER,

Secretary of State.

The roll of senators-elect being called, the following senators appeared at the clerk's desk, and subscribed to the oath of office, which was administered by the president of the senate, viz.:

Senators W. A. Ellis, A. L. Phillips, E. B. Simpson, J. F. Wiley, Thos. B. Scott, A. K. Delaney, Joseph Rankin, H. Richardson, J. B. Hamilton, C. F. Crosby, Fred. Kusel, Geo. B. Burrows, G. E. McKeeby, A. Finkelnburg, M. P. Wing and G. F. Hunt.

The roll of senators being then called, the following responded to their names, viz.:

Senators Anderson, Blackstone, Burrows, Carter, Crosby, Delaney, Ellis, Fifield, Finkelnburg, Griffin, Hamilton, Hunt, Kelly, Kusel, McGrew, McKeeby, Paul, Phillips, Price, Quarles, Rankin, Richardson, Ryland, Scott, Simpson, Smith, Sutherland, Thomas, Weaver, Wiley, Wing and Woodman.

Absent — Senator Van Schaick.

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