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32 David C. White
Joseph A. Horn..
James M. Large 33 William Payne.
Edwin W. Houghton
William McEniry. 34 John B. Joy
John D. Huffman
Frank L. Hall.. 35 Frank A. Murdock
James 0. Anderson.
James R. Barnett. 36 George B. Metcalf..
William T. Conlee.
William V. Rhodes. 37 Charles F. Kincheloe.
Elmer A. Perry..
George W. Montgomery 38 Thomas P. Morey.
Obed E. Lovett
Joseph P. Price. 39 Charles E. Selby. 'Abner G. Murray
George L. Harnsberger 40 Caleb R. Torrence..
Isage B. Craig .
Joseph P. Barricklow 41 James E. Sharrock,
William G. Cochran,.
Oliver T. Atchison 42 Thomas B. Needles.
John A. Barnes..
Hugh V. Murray. 43 Fenton W. Booth
Barney L. Hussman
Eb. Stewart 44 Samuel A. Williams.
B. S. Organ
Nathan D. Bryant. 45 W. H. Lathrop.
William Hart 46 Wallace B. Flannigan.
F. G. Blood... 47 Charles L. Wood.
John A. Shephard
Robert B. English. 48 Harry B. Ward
Robert C. Brown.
Robert H. Allen.. 49 John E. Thomas
Jule C. Jarvis. 50 Elbert H. Dickson.
William Q. McGee. 51 Joseph W. King
William H. Parish,
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The Secretary of State announced that 150 members were present, and that the following named gentlemen were absent:
Mr. Nohe offered the following resolution which was adopted:
Resolved, That the House now proceed to the election of a temporary Speaker.
Mr. Cochran placed in nomination, for the office of temporary Speaker, the Honorable Charles A. Allen, of Vermilion county.
Mr. O'Donnell placed in nomination, for office of temporary Speaker, the Honorable James H. Farrell, of Cook county,
And thereupon, the nominations having been seconded, and a call of the roll having been ordered, the roll was called and resulted as follows:
Mr. Bryan offered the following resolution, which was adopted:
Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed by the Chairman to conduct the temporary Speaker to the chair.
Messrs. Bryan, of DuPage, Selby, of Sangamon, and Farrell, of Cook, were appointed as such committee, and at once conducted the Honorable Speaker pro tempore to the chair.
Mr. Booth offered the following resolution and moved its adoption: Resolved, That the following named persons be, and they are, hereby elected temporary officers of the House:
Clerk-John A. Reeves, of Macon county.
Postmaster-Mrs. Millie Jackson, of Marion county,
The temporary Speaker is hereby authorized to certify to the Auditor of Public Accounts the time of the temporary officers of the House, and the pages, for pay at the per diem allowed by law, and the Treasurer shall pay the same from the appropriation for the payment of the officers and members of the General Assembly.
Mr. Novak offered the following resolution as a substitute therefor, and moved its adoption:
Be it resolved, That the following named persons be elected to the several temporary offices of the House of Representatives of the 40th General Assembly:
('lerk--A. C. Bentley, of Pike county.
First Assistant Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk-M. Raispes, of Cook county.
Second Assistant Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk-J. E. Edwards, of Cook county.
Third Assistant Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk-Theophile Jagidzenski, of La Salle county.
Postmaster-Miss Grace Spence, of McDonough county.
The question being upon the adoption of the substitute offered by Mr. Novak, a call of the roll was ordered by the Speaker pro tem. and resulted as follows: Yeas, 60; nays, 88.
Those voting in the affirmative are, Messrs.:
Johnson, C. C., Montgomery, Sterchie,
Murray, George, Stewart,
Those voting in the negative are, Messrs.:
Powell. Jas., Ward,
Powell, Almet, Wathier,
Nays-88. Cavanaugh, Joy.
Murray, Geo.. Shanahan,
And the substitute was declared to have been lost.
The question recurring upon the adoption of the resolution offered by Mr. Booth, a call of the roll was ordered by the Speaker pro tem., and resulted as follows: Yeas, 85; nays, 61.
Those voting in the affirmative are: Messrs.
And the resolution was declared to have been adopted.
Mr. Anderson offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
Resolved, That a committee of seven members be appointed by the temporary Speaker, on crecientials, to which committee shall be referred the certiticates of election held by the members-elect of this House.
The question being, "Shall the resolution be adopted?" it was decided in the affirmative.
Mr. Murdock offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
Resolved, That a committee of three members be appointed by the Speaker pro tem. to call on the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and request him to administer the oath of office to the members of the House of the 10th General Assembly, when ready to take the oath of office prescribed by the Constitution.
And the resolution was adopted.
The chair thereupon appointed the following named members as such committee: Messrs. Murdock, Wade and Johnson, of Whiteside.
The chair appointed the following persons to act as temporary pages: Judson Lord, Marion Grey, Everett Stewart, Eddie Hoffman, Will Schrader, Frank Huston, Henry Lewis, Harry McLane, Teddy Bechtel, S. Seligman.
The Speaker pro tem. appointed the following named members as the Committee on Credentials: Messrs. Anderson, chairman; Noling, Revell, Parish, Branen, Schwab and Sterchie.
Mr. Anderson, chairman of the Committee on Credentials, made the following report:
We, your ('ommittee on Credentials, beg leave to report that we have carefully examined the certificates of election and find that the following named members hold certificates from the Governor of the State of Illinois showing their election to the House of Representatives of the 10th General Assembly and entitling them to seats upon the floor of the House:
1 William Lanb
Peter J. McGinnis.. * 3 George W. Miller..
Charles W. Nothnagle.
John P. McGoorty. 4 Charles F. Weidmaier. Michael J. Butler
John Staudacher, 5 John C. Buckner. William (). La Monte.
Charles M. Eldredge.
Ross C. Hall..
Jacobs Edelstein. 9 David E. Shanahan. John O'Shea...
Christian R. Walleck. 10 Lars M. Noling.
Victor H. Bovey..
Henry Andrus. 11 Ernest G. Schubert
Joseph Schwab 12 James R. Berryman..
David C. Busell..
Michael Stoskopf 13 James P. Cavanaugh
Edward J. Novak 14 Charles P. Bryan...
William F. Hunter.
Samuel Alschuler.. 15 Patrick J. Meaney..
Henry D. Nichols
Peter F. Galligan.. 16 Ed. C. Curtis..
Freeman P. Morris.. 17 Albert Glade
Daniel V. McDonough.
Frank J. Brigpadello.. 18 Charles A. Allen.
Martin B. Bailey.
G. W. Salmans.... 19 Robert C. Busse.. John F. Quanstrom,
Benjamin M. Mitchell 20' Oscar F. Avery
Isaac B. Hammers.
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