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Cass-Alonzo P. Beeman.
Charlevoix-Alonzo J. Stroud.
Cheboygan-Herbert F. Baker.
Chippewa-James T. Bennett.
Clare district (Clare, Gladwin, Roscommon)-Louis L. Kelley.
Clinton-William A. Norton.
Dickinson-James B. Knight.
Eaton-Luren D. Dickinson.
Emmet-James L. Morrice.
Genesee, First district-Halley H. Prosser.
Genesee, Second district-Merton W. Fairbank.
Gogebic-James S. Monroe.
Grand Traverse-James H. Monroe.
Gratiot-Clifton J. Chambers.
Hillsdale Charles H. Alvord.
Houghton, First district, William J. Galbraith.
Houghton, Second district-Edward T. Abrams.
Houghton, Third district-Adelbert D. Edwards.
Huron-Leonard R. Thomas.
Ingham, First district-Stanley D. Montgomery.
Ingham, Second district-Martin Hanlon.
Ionia–J. Clyde Watt.
Iosco district (Alcona, Arenac, Iosco, Ogemaw)-John J. McCarthy.
Iron district (Baraga, Iron, Keweenaw, Ontonagon) — William L.
Isabella-Oliver H. Adams.
Jackson, First district-Frank T. Bennett.
Jackson, Second district-Charles Folks.
Kalamazoo, First district-Charles H. Farrell.
Kalamazoo, Second district-Grant M. Hudson.
Kent, First district-Jeremiah H. Anderson.
Kent, First district-Dennis Murray.
Kent, First district-Harry Vander Veen.
Kent, Second district-Cassius B. Towner.
Kent, Third district-Colin P. Campbell.
Lapeer-William E. Ivory.
Leelanau district (Benzie, Leelanau)-Archibald F. Bunting.
Lenawee, First district-Warren J. Parker.
Lenawee, Second district-Ernest J. Bryant.
Macomb-William F. Nank.
Manistee—Stacy C. Thompson.
Marquette, First district-John R. Gordon.
Marquette, Second district-Charles J. Byrns.
Mason-M. Livy Agens.
Mecosta—Harlow A. Tiffany.
Menominee - Michael Harris.
Missaukee district (Kalkaska, Missaukee) —Charles A. Brott.
Monroe-Flagget H. Trabbic.
Montcalm—Abram N. Shook.
Muskegon-Jerome E. Turner..
Oakland, First district-Harry N. McCracken.
Oakland, Second district-George D. Cowdin.
Oceana-George E. Dewey.
Osceola—John M. Perry.
Ottawa, First district-Nicholas J. Whelan.
Ottawa, Second district-Albert LaHuis.
Presque Isle district (Crawford, Montmorency, Oscoda, Otsego,
Presque Isle) - Thomas E. Double.
Saginaw, First district-Charles H. Waters.
Saginaw, First district-Henry J. Zacharias.
Saginaw, Second district-Cameron C. Speer.
Schoolcraft district (Alger, Luce, Mackinac, Schoolcraft)-John H.
Shiawassee-Charles E. Ward.
St. Clair, First district-William Dunning,
St. Clair, Second district-Thomas W. McCall.
St. Joseph--Arthur W. Scidmore.
Tuscola-Samuel J. Daugherty.
Van Buren-Nathan F. Simpson.
Washtenaw, First district-H. Wirt Newkirk.
Washtenaw, Second district--Arthur J. Waters.
Wayne, First district-William T. Dust.
-Joseph M. Weiss.
-Sheridan J. Colby.
James D. Jerome.
--George G. Scott.
-David A. L'Esperance, Jr.
-Guy A. Miller.
- George W. Duncan.
-Joseph G. Standart.
Wayne, Second district-Lawrence W. Snell.
Wayne, Third district-Cassius R. Benton.
Wayne, Fourth district-Ari E. Woodruff.
Wexford district (Lake, Wexford)-John A. Barry.
I, George A. Prescott, Secretary of State of the State of Michigan, hereby certify that I have compared the annexed and foregoing list of all the members-elect of the House of Representatives of the State of Michigan, for the years 1907 and 1908, with the original returns, as transmitted to me by the clerks of the several counties of the State, and that it is a true and correct list.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the State, at Lansing, this second day of January, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and seven, and of the independence of the United States of America the one hundred and thirtyfirst.
GEORGE A. PRESCOTT, (SEAL.]
Secretary of State.
In accordance with the terms of the statute, the members-elect of the House appeared at the Clerk's desk and took and subscribed the constitutional oath of office, which was administered by Hon. Aaron V. McAlvay, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Mr. Lord moved that the Clerk appoint a special committee, consisting of three members, to act with a like committee on the part of the Senate in making arrangements for the Senatorial caucus of the Republican members-elect of the Legislature of 1907.
The motion prevailed.
The Clerk appointed as such committee Messrs. Lord, Ward and Watt.
Mr. Byrns moved that the House take a recess until 2:30 o'clock p. m. The motion prevailed, the time being 12:55 o'clock p. m.
The House was called to order by the Clerk.
The Clerk announced that the first business in order was the drawing of seats in accordance with the statute.
The statute having been read, and a boy, Kenneth Pierce, being blindfolded for the purpose, the seats were drawn as follows:
Seat. Mr. Abrams
Mr. Bennett, F. T....
Bennett, J. T.
Kelley, L. L.
Kelley, S. H.
Monroe, J. H.
Monroe, J. S.
89 5 7 63 72 54 19 36 48
25 41 87 65 47 12 88 33 75
Waters, A. J.
Waters, C. H.
77 21 10 32 64 71 37 96 57 69 15 44 34 46 82
6 52 31 86 38
The Clerk announced that the next business in order was the election of a Speaker.
The roll was called by the Clerk and the members voted as follows: