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STATE OF KANSAS.
TENTH BIENNIAL SESSION, BEGUN AT TOPEKA,
JANUARY 12, 1897.
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE SENATE - 1897.
M. Watson. Assistant Secretary.
F. J. Fritch. Sergeant-at-Arms
Solon Gray. First Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms.
Frank R. Forest. Second Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms..
Lute White. Reading Clerk..
L. A. Hanshew. Chaplain...
Rev. W. K. Loofbourrow. Docket Clerk..
L. Shamleffer. Assistant Docket Clerk...
Daisy Shamletfer. Journal Clerk...
Jas. L. Root. Assistant Journal Clerk
W. H. Stewart.
Lincoln Porter. Stenographer..
A. A. George. Document Clerk..
Geo. E. Smith. Assistant Document Clerk
Lillian Lemmon. Doorkeeper......
R. C. Widdicomb.
T. H. Gallagher.
A. L. Tuttle.
Percy Daniels, jr. Janitors.-H. H. Bolson, James Cotter, John Holcomb, James Mitchell, and Peter
Rucker. Night Watch.....
S. B. Fulton. Postmaster..
W. P. Webb. Assistant Postmaster.
.L. C. Wooster. Pages.-Russell Helm, Willie Reynolds, Harry Arnold, arl Henderson, F. P.
Strickland, and Thomas Martin.
JOURNAL OF THE SENATE.
SENATE CHAMBER, Topeka, Kas., January 12, 1897-12 o'clock noon. In accordance with the provisions of the constitution, the members of the Senate were called to order at 12 o'clock noon by Lieut.-Gov. A. M. Harvey, who by virtue of his office is president of the Senate.
Prayer was offered by Rev. D. D. Boyle.
The assistant secretary of state presented the certificates of Senators elect, as follows: State of Kansas, Office of Secretary of State:
I, W. E. Bush, secretary of state of Kansas, do hereby certify that the returns of the election held on the 3d day of November, A. D. 1896, now on record in my office, show the following-named persons were duly elected as members of the Senate of the state of Kansas:
District No. 1, John A. Fulton.