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EMPLOYEES OF SENATE-CONCLUDED.
Lawler, Wm. A..
Linton, C. L
Leach, J. S..
Miner, P. C..
Moss, Mary A.
McCoy, Geo. w.
Moore, C. E...
McKnight, G. W., jr.
Moore, Estella L..
Means, B. F.
Mitchell, J. G
Munson, Geo. B,
Olden, James J
Pendergrast, C. P.
Pitts, W. E
Ramsey, J. A
Roberts, J. T.
Ross, Fred E..
Simmons, Mrs. Pauline..
Sturges, F. W., jr.
Shean, Carrie .
Soller, Aug. F
Simons, H. C..
Short, W. F.
Treadway, J. T..
Tindell, S. H
Turner, N. A
Vining, J. W
White, J. R..
Washburn, H. M.
Wood, H. L..
Wallace, A. C.
Wyatt, D. F
Wentz, I. C.
Wiseman, Thos. A
Clerk to Senator Wright..
Private secy. to lieut.-governor Topeka.
Steno. Com. Jud. Apportionment. Everest.
Assistant document clerk
Clerk Com. Congressional Apport. Council Grove.
Steno. Committee Public Health Anthony.
Clerk Com. Mines and Mining. Pittsburg.
Clerk Committee on Elections. Wilson.
Clerk Committee on Agriculture.. Cherryvale.
Clerk Committee on Insurance Junction City.
Clerk Com. Mil. Affairs and Claims, Newton.
Page to lieutenant-governor. Soldier.
Superintendent ventilation... Norton.
Assistant Journal clerk..
Clerk Com, on Revising Journal. Montrose.
Clerk Com. Penal Institutions. Hutchinson.
Assistant Journal clerk
Assistant reading clerk..
Clerk Committee on Judiciary. Kinsley.
Assistant document clerk.
Clerk Com. Charitable Institutions, Concordia.
Clerk Com, on Enrolled Bills
Clerk Com. Mapuf, & Indus. Pursts, Washington.
Clerk Committee on Printing.. Caldwell,
Clerk Com. on Banks and Banking.. Marysville.
Clerk Committee on Irrigation Sterling.
Assistant janitor ...
Clerk Com. Fees, Salaries & Mileage, Mankato.
Clerk Com, on Engrossed Bills. Topeka.
Clerk Com, on Roads and Bridges.. Ottawa.
Doorkeeper Ways and Means room.. Topeka.
Assistant secretary .....
Clerk Com, Assess, and Taxation. Norton.
Clerk Com. Cities of Second Class... Ottawa.
Clerk Com. Municipal Indebtedness, Leavenworth.
SENATE CHAMBER, TOPEKA, Kan.,
January 13, 1903-12 o'clock m. In accordance with the provisions of the constitution, the members of the Senate were called to order at twelve o'clock noon by Lieut.-gov. D. J. Hanna, who, by virtue of his office, is president of the Senate.
Prayer was offered by Rev. J. D. McBrian, chaplain of the previous session.
The roll was then called, and thirty-eight Senators present.
Present: Senators Allen, Branine, Buschow, Caldwell, Carpenter, Chaney, Codding, Crum, Cubbison, Findlay, Fitzpatrick, Fulton, Gabriel, Henley, Householder, Hurrel, Kennedy, King, Leidy, McKnight, McMillan, Miller, Morehouse, Morrow, Noftzger, Pestana, Peterson, Porter, Simons, Smith, Sponable, Stewart, Tapp, Vincent, Ward, White, Wright, Wulfekuhler.
Absent: Senators Fullington and Conrad.
On motion of Senator Allen, the Senate proceeded to the election of officers.
On motion of Senator Morehouse, Senator W. S. Fitzpatrick was placed in nomination for the office of president
The roll was called, showing a unanimous vote for W. S. Fitzpatrick for president of the Senate pro tem.
Senator W. S. Fitzpatrick was declared president of the Senate pro tem.
On motion of Senator Allen, the name of Charles M. Sheldon was placed in nomination for secretary of the Senate.
The roll was called, showing a unanimous vote for Charles M. Sheldon for secretary of the Senate.
Charles M. Sheldon was declared secretary of the Senate.
On motion of Senator Allen, J. E. Neighbors, of Ness county, was placed in nomination for sergeant-at-arms.
The roll was called, showing a unanimous vote for J. E. Neighbors as sergeant-at-arms of the Senate.
J. E. Neighbors was declared sergeant-at-arms of the Senate.
Senator Allen moved that the rules be suspended, and that the names indicated in the caucus be made the employees of the Senate at the present session.
The motion prevailed.
The following list of employees was presented by Senator Allen:
Charles M. Sheldon, Secretary.
T. A. Wiseman, Assistant Secretary.
Estella L. Moore, Assistant Stenographer.
H. J. Huckett, Bookkeeper.
Ed. Baxter, Assistant Bookkeeper.
H. E. Glenn, Docket Clerk.
C. A. Henrie, Assistant Docket Clerk.
J. T. Treadway, Journal Clerk.
Calvin Newell, Assistant Journal Clerk.
J. G. Mitchell, Assistant Journal Clerk.
J. A. Ramsey, Reading Clerk.
Wm. E. Pitts, Assistant Reading Clerk.
Geo. B. Munson, Revision Clerk.
T. J. Jackson, Document Clerk.
Pauline Simmons, Assistant Document Clerk.
Etta Littlefield, Assistant Document Clerk.
Clara Hendricks, Assistant Document Clerk.
J. E. Neighbors, Sergeant-at-arms.
M. R. Lindscott, Assistant Sergeant-at-arms.
F. E. Ross, Assistant Sergeant-at-arms.
W. H. Avery, Assistant Sergeant-at-arms.
A. Brown, Assistant Sergeant-at-arms.
H. A. Fink, Assistant Sergeant-at-arms.
B. F. Mears, Superintendent Ventilation.
E. B. Getchel, Assistant Superintendent Ventilation.
Fred Lewis, Postmaster.
Jno. B. Kurth, Assistant Postmaster.
Hattie E. Allen, Assistant Postmaster.
Wm. Cummings, Mail Carrier,
Miss Nellie Legate, Telephone Clerk.
J. C. Taylor, Night Watch.
Rev. L. B. Parker, Chaplain.
Joe Lucas, Chief Doorkeeper.
C. L. Linton, Assistant Doorkeeper.
P. C. Miner, Assistant Doorkeeper.
F. J. Kramer, Assistant Doorkeeper.
A. C. Wallace, Assistant Doorkeeper.
Wm. Whitehead, Assistant Doorkeeper.
R. M. Hight, Assistant Doorkoeper.
J. E. Hutson, Assistant Doorkeeper.
I. C. Wentz, Assistant Doorkeeper.
P. F. Dressie, Assistant Doorkeeper.
L. W. Fulton, Assistant Doorkeeper.
W. T. Short, Assistant Doorkeeper.
James Jackson, Guard to Cloak room.
E. Gayden, Guard to Cloak-room.
P. D. Peck, Guard to Cloak-room.
James Viniog, Guard to Cloak-room.
Samuel Hughes, Head Janitor.
R. Work, Assistant Janitor.
H. Woods, Assistant Janitor.
Samuel Rogers, Assistant Janitor.
J. W. Gregg, Assistant Janitor.
James Tyler, Assistant Janitor.
James Olden, Assistant Janitor.
Wm. Robinson, Assistant Janitor.
Wm. Davis, Assistant Janitor.
Joe Pierce, Assistant Janitor.
Joe Martin, Assistant Janitor.
Henry Daniels, Assistant Janitor.
Mason White, Assistant Janitor.
Geo. Boidson, Assistant Janitor.
Edgar Gray, Page.
Gains Gilmore, Page.
Tom Butler, Page.
Frank McKrae, Page.
Fred Roberts, Page.
Roy Cochran, Page.
Arthur Beronius, Page.
F. Marshall, Page.
Edgar Sheen, Page.
Fred Crossley, Page.
Ulysses Graham, Messenger.
On motion of Senator Householder, the secretary of the
Senate was instructed to cast the vote of the Senate for the
various names on the list furnished by Senator Allen as employees of the Senate.
Senate concurrent resolution No. 1, by Senator Simons:
Resolved by the Senate, the House concurring therein, That a committee of three members from the House and two from the Sonate be appointed to wait upon the governor and inform him that the two houses of the Legislature are duly organized, and are ready to receive any communication that he may have to present.
Committee on the part of the Senate: Senators Simons and King
Senator Carpenter introduced Senate resolution No. 1, as follows:
Resolved, That the secretary of the Senate inform the House of Representatives that the Senate is now organized, with Lieut..gov. D. J. Hanna, president; W. S. Fitzpatrick, president p o tem.; Chas. M. Sheldon, secretary; J. E. Neighbors, sergeant-at-arms; and awaits the pleasure of the House of Representatives.
The resolution was adopted.
Senator Morehouse introduced Senate resolution N. 2, which was adopted, and is as follows:
Resolved, That the president of the Senate is hereby authorized to select a private secretary, sergeant-at-arms, and a page.
In accordance with Senate resolution No. 2, the president of the Senate appointed J. S. Leach his private secretary; W. K. Cunningham, sergeant-at-arms; and Blanchard Nickel, page.
Senator Smith introduced Senate resolution No. 3, as follows:
Resolved, That the Senate be governed by the rules adopted at the last session until further ordered.
The resolution was adopted.
Senator Fitzpatrick introduced Senate resolution No. 4, which was adopted :
Resolved, That a committee of five senators be appointed by the president of the Senate to assist him in formulating a code of rules for the government of the Senate.
Senator Leidy introduced resolution No. 5, which was adopted :
Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed to revise the list of Senate employees.