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MONTGOMERY, ALA.:
SSLITI, ALLRED & CO., STATE PRINTETS AXL' BINDERS.

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UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO

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206892 MARCH 1930

SENATE JOURNAL.

FIRST DAY.

STATE CAPITOL OF ALABAMA,

SENATE CHAMBER,
MONTGOMERY, TUESDAY, Nov. 11th, 1890.

This being the Tuesday after the second Monday in November, A. D., 1890, and the 11th day of the month, the day fised by law for the Bi-ennial meeting of the General Assembly of the State of Alabama, the Senate assembled in the Senate Chamber, at 12 o'clock, M., and was called to order by Hon. A. C. Hargrove, President of the Senate.

Prayer by Rev. J. D. Burkhead, of Montgomery.

On motion of Mr. Milner, D. W. McIvər, of Montgomery, was requested to act as Assistant Secretary, pro tempore, Mr. W. L. Clay, of Madison, Secretary, being present, and acting as such, according to law.

On motion of Mr. Haralson, Mr. James Armstrong, of Jackson, was requested to act as Doorkeeper, pro tempore, and on motion of Mr. Hayes, Mr. John Morrill, of Montgomery, was requested to act as Assistant Doorkeeper, pro tempore.

The roll of the Senators being called, the following Senators answered to their names :

FROM THE DISTRICT COMPOSED OF THE COUNTIES OF

Lauderdale and Limestone-Wm. N. Hayes.

Colbert and Lawrence-W. W. Nesmith. 3. Blount, Morgan, Cullman and Winston-W. E. Skeygs.

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