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By CLIFTON E. BROOKS.
CLIFTON E. BROOKS.
MEMBERS OF THE SENATE-FORTY SENATORS.
Hon. John M. ESHLEMAN, President. Hon. Newton W. THOMPSON, President pro tem.
EDWIN F. SMITH, Secretary of Senate.
Name and counties
Home P. O. address
38 18 34 27 3
15 37 31 17
7 22 6
40-41 34-36-37-39-40-41 37-38-39-40-41
21 14 32
Anderson, John N. Imperial,
1426 S. Union av., L. A. Beban, D. J.-San Francisco.
1251 Jackson st., S. F. Benedict, H. Stanley-Los Angeles. P.,D.,R. 1739 S. Kingsley, L. 'A. Benson, Frank H.-Santa Clara.
745 Whittier st., L. A...
5300 Figueroa st., L. A.
San Luis Obispo.-----
44 S. Euclid av., Pasa
dena. Chandler, W. F.--Fresno.
Rep. 925a Howard st., S. F.
Rep., P. 7 Delano st., S. F.
2273 Mission st., S. F..
Rep. 3243 Farnum, Oakland..
Rep., P. Redlands
950 Stanford av., L. A.
posa, Stanislaus, Merced, Alpine,
D. R. Pb. Willows
Nominated by petition at recall election.
A rough skeleton of this book was originally prepared for the use of the Assistant Minute Clerks, but it was suggested that it would be of value to the other attaches and to the members of the legislature as well, if put into shape suitable for their use. There has been no thought in undertaking this task to compete with any of the standard works on this subject but to supplement these and bridge a gap which is all too apparent to those who have undertaken to find assistance in this direction.
The chief object has been to visualize or illustrate in concrete form the practical application of the rules of the two houses of the California Legislature with the addition of a few of the more important constitutional provisions. It is also intended to standardize the language of the Journals. Furthermore, all attaches who prepare matter which is to be printed in the Journals, can have a readily available guide. Finally many of the little things which count are gathered together for the assistance of those who undertake the task of bill drafting.
It has been the object to do all of these things as thoroughly and as completely as is possible and in keeping with the traditional parliamentary usages and customs.
CLIFTON E. BROOKS,
Senate Minute Clerk. SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA,
February 27, 1915.