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PESTED BY VIRTUE OF AN ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE, UNDER THE DIRECTION AND

SUPERVISION OF

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LANSING:
Hosmer & Kerr, Printers to the State.

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1861.

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SENATE JOURNAL.

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Lansing, Wednesday, January 2, 1861. In conformity with the requirements of the constitution of the State of Michigan, for the assembling of the Legislature of said State, on this day, at eleven o'clock, A. M., the Senate thereof convened in the Senate Chamber, in the Capitol of said State, and was called to order by Hon. James Birney, Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate.

The roll having been called by Aaron B. Turner, Secretary of the Senate pro tem., the following named Senators elect answered, severally presented themselves, subscribed the constitutional oath of office, and took their seats as Senators : From the 1st District-William Adair. 2d

Henry P. Baldwin. 3d

Henry T. Backus.

John L. Near. 5th

Byron G. Stout. 6th

John G. Owen. 7th

Thomas D. Lane. 8th

Nathan Webb. 9th

Samuel Mulholland. 10th

William Baker, Jr. 11th

Joel Carpenter. 12th

Charles V. DeLand. 13th

Geo. H. French. 14th

John McDermid. 15th

Darius Monroe. 16th

Joseph R. Williams.

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From the 17th District-Gilman C. Jones. 18th

Elijah Lacey. 19th

Henry C. Briggs. 20th

Stephen F. Brown. 218t

Norman Bailey 220

Randolph Strickland. 230

John H. Galloway. 24th

Elbridge G. Gale. 25th

Ira H. Butterfield. 26th

Ezra Hazen. 27th

Daniel G. Wilder.. 28th

John N. Ingersoll. 29th

Solomon L. Withey. 30th

Osmond Tower, 31st

Nelson Green. 32d Mr. Strickland moved that the Senate proceed to the election of permanent officers,

Which motion prevailed.
On motion of Mr. Stout,

The Senate proceeded to the election of Secretary, with the following result:

FOR AARON B, TURNER.
Mr. Backus, Mr. Gale,

Mr. Mulholland,
Bailey,
Galloway,

Near,
Baker,
Green,

Owen,
Baldwin,
Hazen,

Stout,
Briggs,
Ingersoll,

Strickland,
Brown,
Jones,

Tower,
Butterfield,
Lacy,

Webb,
Carpenter,
Lane,

Wilder,
DeLand,
McDermid,

Williams,
French,
Monroe,

Withey, 30

FOR E. D. BURR.

Mr. Adair,

1 Aaron B. Turner was declared duly elected Secretary of the Senate.

On motion of Mr. Stout,

The Senate proceeded to the election of a Sergeant-at-Arms, with the following result:

FOR JOHN R. MARTIN.
Mr. Backus, Mr. Gale,

Mr. Mulholland,
Bailey,
Galloway,

Near,
Baker,
Green,

Owen,
Baldwin,
Hazen,

Stout,
Briggs,
Ingersoll,

Strickland,
Brown,
Jones,

Tower,
Butterfield,
Lacy,

Webb,
Carpenter,
Lane,

Wilder,
De Land,
McDermid,

Williams,
French,
Monroe,

Withey,

FOR WILLIAM BARCLAY.

Mr. Adair,

1 John R. Martin was declared duly elected Sergeant-at-Arms. On motion of Mr. Tower,

The Senate proceeded to the election of Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk, with the following result:

FOR JAMES M. ROSSE.
Mr. Backus,
Mr. Gale,

Mr. Mulholland,
Bailey,
Galloway,

Near,
Baker,
Green,

Owen,
Baldwin,
Hazen,

Strickland,
Briggs,
Ingersoll,

Tower,
Brown,
Jones,

Webb,
Butterfield,
Lacy,

Wilder,
Carpenter,
Lane,

Williams,
DeLand,
Monroe,

Withey,
French,

88 FOR E. H. WHITNEY. Mr. Adair,

1 James M. Rosse was declared duly elected Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk.

On motion of Mr. Ingersoll,

Resolved, That the Secretary of the Senate, the Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk, and the Sergeant-at-Arms, be and the same are hereby authorized each to appoint one assistant or deputy to the several offices named.

Mr. Strickland moved the following as a substitute :

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