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SENATE JOURNAL

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Forty-Fifth General Assembly

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WHICH CONVEYED AT THE CAPITOL AT

NASHVILLE, MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1887.

NASHVILLE:
MARSHALL & BRUCE, PRINTERS TO THE STATE.

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In accordance with the provisions of the Constitution of the State of Tennessee, the Senate of the Forty-fifth General As. sembly met at the Capitol of said State, in the Senate Chamber, on the 3d day of January, A. D. 1887.

At 12 o'clock m. the Senate was called to order by Hon. T. C. Long, Chief Clerk of the last Senate.

Proceedings were opened with prayer by the Rev. Dr. Jerry
Witherspoon.

The Clerk then proceeded to call the Senators-elect by districts, and the following Senators appeared and were sworn in by the Hon. D. L. Snodgrass, of the Supreme Court:

First district, composed of the counties of Carter, Johnson, Sullivan, Unicoi, and Washington-Hon. Jno. M. Simerly.

Second district, composed of the counties of Greene, Hawkins, and Hancock-Hon. Jno. W. Brown.

Third district, composed of the counties of Cocke, Jefferson, Sevier, and Hamblen-Hon. J. J. Coile.

Fourth district, composed of the counties of Claiborne, Grainger, Union, Campbell, and Scott-Hon. Beatty Cecil.

Fifth district, composed of the counties of Knox and Anderson-Hon. J. M. Carden.

Sixth district, composed of the counties of Blount, Monroe, Loudon, and Roane—Hon. C. B. French.

Seventh district, composed of the counties of Polk, Bradley, Meigs, McMinn, and James-Hon. B. W. Padgett.

Eighth district, composed of the counties of Hamilton and Marion-Hon. V. J. Kennedy.

Ninth district, composed of the counties of Grundy, Sequatchie, Bledsoe, Van Buren, Rhea, Cumberland, Morgan, and White-Hon. E. Jarvis.

Tenth district, composed of the counties of Cannon, Warren, DeKalb, and Putnam-Hon. W. W. Fairbanks.

Eleventh district, composed of the counties of Jackson, Macon, Clay, Overton, Fentress, and Pickett-Hon. A. P. Green.

Twelfth district, composed of the counties of Trousdale, Sumner, and Robertson-Hon. L. T. Cobbs.

Thirteenth district, composed of the counties of Smith and Wilson-Hon. R. E. Thompson.

Fourteenth district, composed of the counties of Rutherford and Coffee—Hon. J. W. Sparks.

Fifteenth district, composed of the counties of Franklin, Moore, and Bedford-Hon. W. P. Tolley.

Sixteenth district, composed of the counties of Williamson and Marshall-Hon. A. Jones.

Seventeenth district, composed of the counties of Lincoln and Giles-Hon. Z. W. Ewing.

Eighteenth district, composed of the counties of Maury and Lewis-Hon. L. E. Polk.

Nineteenth district, composed of the county of DavidsonHon. James Trimble.

Twentieth district, composed of the counties of Cheatham and Davidson-Hon. George Maney.

Twenty-first district, composed of the counties of Montgomery and Stewart-Hon. W.A. Quarles.

Twenty-second district, composed of the counties of Hickman, Humphreys, Dickson and Houston-Hon. Jacob Leech.

Twenty-third district, composed of the counties of Lawrence, Wayne, Hardin, and Perry-Hon. H. M. Ledbetter.

Twenty-fourth district, composed of the counties of MeNairy and Hardeman-Hon. Jesse Norment.

Twenty-fifth district, composed of the counties of Madison and Henderson-Hon. T. C. Long.

Upon the oath being administered to him, the Hon. T. C. Long became a member of the Senate of the Forty-fifth Gen. eral Assembly, and thereupon the Chief Clerkship terminated with him by legal expiration, and by succession the duties of Chief Clerk, in the temporary and permanent organization, devolved upon Assistant Clerk J. A. Harris, who then proceeded with the call by districts.

Twenty-sixth district, composed of the counties of Carroll, Benton, and Decatur-Hon. H. C. Townes.

Twenty-seventh district, composed of the counties of Henry and Weakley—Hon. J. W. Lewis.

Twenty-eighth district, .composed of the counties of Dyer, Lake, and Obion-Hon. J. H. McDowell.

Twenty-ninth district, composed of the county of GibsonHon. S. B. Williamson.

Thirty-first district, composed of the counties of Fayette and Tipton-Hon. William Sanford.

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