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JOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS
THIRTY-THIRD ANNUAL SESSION
STATE OF WISCONSIN.
THIRTY-THIRD ANNUAL SESSION.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1880. The thirty-third annual session of the legislature of the state of Wisconsin, met 12 o'clock M. at the capitol in Madison, pursuant to the constitution of the state.
John E. Eldred, chief clerk of the last assembly, called the assembly to order, and a list of members-elect, as certified by the secretary of state, was read as follows:
LIST OF MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY ELECTED IN THE STATE OF
WISCONSIN AT THE GENERAL ELECTION HELD THEREIN ON THE
FOURTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, A. D. 1879.
2d dist.– D. E. Sedgwick. ·
3d dist.-C. G. Wilcox.
2d dist.-- Matthew Lowth.
2d dist.— Thomas Beattie.
3d dist.-C. G. Crosse.
2d dist.- Joseph Heimerl, Jr.
Door.- Edward S. Minor.
2d dist.- Daniel D. Treleven.
4th dist.— Ignatius Klotz. Grant.- 1st dist., Charles Watson.
3d dist.-- John A. Klindt.
3d dist.-John Brindley. Green. — 1st dist. -- Cyrus Troy.
2d dist. — Burr Sprague. Green Lake.- Richard Pritchard. Iowa.- 1st dist.— Richard Kennedy.
2d dist. — George G. Cox. Jackson.-- R. D. Wilson. Jefferson.- 1st dist. -- Jesse Stone.
2d dist.— John D. Bullock.
3d dist. – S. A. Craig. Juneau. — 1st dist.-- George P. Kenyon.
2d dist. - Jobu T. Kingston. Kenosha. -Cornelius Williams. kevaunee. – Joseph E. Darbellay. La Crosse. --- John Bradley. La Fayette. — 1st dist. - Thomas H. Sheldon.
2d dist. — Bernard McGinty. Manitowoc.- 1st dist. — John Carey.
2d dist. - Frederick Pfunder.
3d dist. —- William H. Hemschemeyer.
2d dist. — Otto Laverrenz.
11th dist. - Patrick Merritty. Monroe.- 1st dist.— Eli Waste.
2d dist.- Robert Campbell.
2d dist. — James H. McMurdo.
Racine. — 1st. dist. — William P. Packard. .'
2d dist. - John Bosustow. Richland. - 1st dist. — William H. Joslin.'
2d dist. — John H. Case. Rock.- 1st dist. — R. J. Burdge.
2d dist. — F. S. Lawrence.
3d dist. --S. L. Lord. St. Croix. — James Hiil. Sauk. — 1st dist. - Ephraim Blakeslee.
2d dist. -- Thos. Gillespie. Sheboygan. - Ist dist. - Wilbur M. Root.
2d dist. -- Eugene McIntyre.
3d dist., John Ruch. . Trempealeau.- Alex. A. Arnold. Vernon.- 1st dist.— Jacob Eckhards, Jr.
2d dist.– David C. Yakey. Walworth.— 1st dist.- George R. Allen.
2d dist. - D. B. Barnes.
3d dist.- C. S. Blanchard. Washington.- 1st dist.-J. C. Place.
2d dist.- B. S Weil. Waukesha -- 1st. dist. — John Schmidt.
2d dist. - William Small. Waupaca.--- Ist dist.---S. A. Phillips.
2d dist. - Nels Anderson.
2d dist.- A. H. F. Krueger.
Ith dist. - D. R. Bean.
1, Hans B. Warner, secretary of state of the state of Wisconsin, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct list of the members of the assembly of the state of Wisconsin, elected at the general election held on the fourth day of November, 1879, as appears from the certificates of the county clerks of the several counties named in the foregoing list, 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 6th day of January, A. D. 1880.
HANS B. WARNER, [SEAL.]
Secretary of State.
All the gentlemen certified as members elect and subscribed to the oath of office, which was administered by Hon. Harlow S. Orton, associate justice of the supreme court.
The roll was called, and the following gentlemen answered to their names:
Messrs. Adamson, Allen, Allison, Anderson, Arnold, Barnes, Bean, Beattie, Bentley, Blanchard, Blakeslee, Boorse, Bosustow,