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STATE OF MICHIGAN
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Printed by virtue of an act of the Legislature, under the direction and
Journal of the Senate
SESSION OF 1921
Lansing, Wednesday, January 5, 1921.
12 o'clock noon. In conformity with the requirements of the constitution of the State of Michi. gan, and the statutes in such case made and provided, the Senators-elect of the fifty-first Legislature of the State of Michigan assembled in the Senate Chamber in the Capitol at Lansing this day (being the first Wednesday of January, 1921) at twelve o'clock noon, and, in accordance with law, were called to order by Hon. Thomas Read, Lieutenant-Governor of the State of Michigan and Presi. dent of the Senate.
Religious exercises were conducted by Rev. Dr. E. W. Bishop of the Plymouth Congregational Church, of Lansing.
A communication from the Secretary of State was received and was read by Dennis E. Alward, Secretary of the Senate, as follows:
Michigan Department of State,
January 1, 1921. Honorable Dennis E. Alward, Secretary, State Senate:
Sir:-1 enclose herewith a certified list of the members-elect of the State Senate and House of Representatives for the years 1921-1922, as shown by the re. turns from the clerks of the several counties in this State, now on file in this
Secretary of State.
Members-elect of the State Senate.
First District-Walter J. Hayes.
Twenty-first District-0. G. Johnson.
Members-elect of the House of Representatives. Counties:
Allegan, First District-Frank R. Mosier.
Edward B. Strom.
George W. Welsh. Kent-Second District-George H. Miller. Kent-Third District-Oscar W. Braman. Lapeer--David H. Butler.
Leelanau District-William L. Case.
James A. Harris.
Russell A. Hart.
1, CHARLES J. DELAND, Secretary of State of the State of Michigan, DO HEREBY CERTIFY that I have compared the annexed and foregoing list of all the members. elect of the Senate and House of Representatives of the STATE OF MICHIGAN, for the years 1921-1922, with the original returns, as transmitied to me by the clerks of the several counties in the State, and that it is a true and correct list. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto affixed my signature and the Great Seal
of the State, at Lansing, this first day of January, in the (SEAL.] year of our Lord nineteen hundred twenty-one.
CHARLES J. DELAND,
Secretary of State. By ALBERT DUNHAM.
Deputy Secretary of Stat