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MEMBERS OF THE SENATE OF THE TWENTY-FIFTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY.

1st District-M. G. Roseberry, elected.

2d do Thomas Harbine, holding over.

3d do James H. Birch, Jr., elected.

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George W. Elwell, holding over.
William B. Rogers, elected.
William A. Shelton, holding over.
Thomas B. Reed, elected.
I. B. Dodson, holding over.
James S. Rollins, elected.
Theodore Bruere, holding over.
Thomas M. Carroll, elected.
Eugene Williams, holding over.
C. S. Brown, elected.

Minor T. Graham, holding over.
Wells H. Blodgett, elected.
J. B. Clark, Sr., holding over.
Lewellyn Davis, elected.
John M. Filler, holding over.
S. W. Headlee, elected.
W. C. Human, holding over.
David A. Waters, elected.
Ellis G. Evans, holding over.
John H. Morse, elected.

Thomas Essex, elected (for unexpired term).
T. J. O. Morrison, elected.

David R. Conrad, holding over.

James H. Todd, elected.

George W. Boardman, holding over.
Louis Gottschalk, elected.

John S. Cavender, holding over.
Joseph Brown, elected.

Stephen Ridgley, holding over.
Henry J. Spaunhorst, elected.
George H. Rea, holding over.

The members elect were then called, when the following came forward, presented their credentials, were qualified and took their seats as Senators;

Senators Birch, Brown of Shelby, Brown of St. Louis, Carroll, Davis, Essex, Gottschalk, Headlee, Morrison, Morse, Rogers, Roseberry, Todd and Waters-14.

The following members elect were

Absent-Senators Blodgett, Rollins, Reed and Spaunhorst-4.

The roll of the Senate was then called when the following Senators responded to their names:

Senators Birch, Boardman, Brown of Shelby, Brown of St. Louis, Bruere, Carroll, Clark, Conrad, Davis, Elwell, Essex, Evans, Filler, Gottschalk, Graham, Harbine, Headlee, Human, Morrison. Morse, Rea, Ridgley, Rogers, Roseberry, Shelton, Todd, Waters and Williams-28.

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Nominations for President pro tem. being in order,

Senator Bruere nominated Senator S. W. Headlee of the Nineteenth Senatorial District of Missouri.

Senator Birch nominated Senator Thomas B. Reed of the Seventh Senatorial District of Missouri.

No other nominations being made, the roll of the Senate was called, when the following Senators voted

FOR SENATOR HEADLEE-Senators Blodgett, Boardman, Brown of Shelby, Bruere, Cavender, Clark, Conrad, Davis, Elwell, Evans, Filler, Gottschalk, Graham, Harbine, Human, Rea, Ridgley, Rogers, Roseberry, Reed, Shelton, Todd, Waters and Williams-24.

FOR SENATOR REED-Senators Birch, Brown of St. Louis, Carroll, Essex, Morrison and Morse-6.

Absent-Senators Dodson and Headlee-2.

Senator Headlee having received a majority of all the votes cast was declared duly elected President pro tem. of the Senate.

Nominations for Secretary of the Senate being next in order, Senator Harbine nominated Geo. A. Moser of Iron county. Senator Birch nominated James McCord of St. Louis county. No other nominations being made, the roll of the Senate was called by the Secretary pro tem., when the following Senators voted

FOR MR. MOSER-Senators Blodgett, Boardman, Brown of Shelby, Bruere, Cavender, Clark, Conrad, Davis, Elwell, Evans, Filler, Gottschalk, Graham, Harbine, Headlee, Human, Rea, Ridgley, Rogers, Roseberry, Shelton, Todd, Waters and Williams-24.

FOR MR. MCCORD-Senators Birch, Brown of St. Louis, Carroll, Essex, Morrison, Morse and Reed-7.

Absent-Senator Dodson-1.

Mr. Moser having received a majority of all the votes cast was de clared duly elected Secretary of the Senate.

Nominations for Assistant Secretary being in order,

Senator Graham nominated David H. Porter of Jackson county. Senator Birch nominated James L. Hesser of Pike county.

No other nominations being made, the roll of the Senate was called by the Secretary pro tem., when the following Senators voted

FOR MR. PORTER-Senators Blodgett, Boardman, Brown of Shelby, Bruere, Cavender, Clark, Conrad, Davis, Elwell, Evans, Filler, Gottschalk, Graham, Harbine, Headlee, Human, Rea, Ridgley, Rogers, Roseberry, Shelton, Todd, Waters and Williams--24.

FOR MR. HESSER-Senators Birch, Brown of St. Louis, Carroll, Essex, Morrison, Morse and Reed-7.

Absent-Senator Dodson-1.

Mr. Porter having received a majority of all the votes cast was declared duly elected Assistant Secretary of the Senate.

Nominations for Enrolling Clerk being in order,

Senator Shelton nominated Samuel Honeyman of Knox county. Senator Birch nominated Thos. M. Horine of Jefferson county. No other nominations being made, the roll of the Senate was called by the Secretary pro tem., when the following Senators voted

FOR MR. HONEYMAN-Senators Blodgett, Boardman, Brown of Shelby, Bruere, Cavender, Clark, Conrad, Davis, Elwell, Evans, Filler, Gottschalk, Graham, Harbine, Headlee, Human, Rea, Ridgley, Rogers, Roseberry, Shelton, Todd, Waters and Williams-24.

FOR MR. HORINE-Senators Birch, Brown of St. Louis, Carroll, Essex, Morrison, Morse and Reed-7.

Absent-Senator Dodson-1.

Mr. Honeyman having received a majority of all the votes cast was declared duly elected Enrolling Clerk of the Senate.

Nominations for Engrossing Clerk being in order,

Senator Headlee nominated Thomas K. Smith of Clinton county. Senator Birch nominated Albert O. Allen of New Madrid county. No other nominations being made, the roll of the Senate was called by the Secretary pro tem., when the following Senators voted

FOR MR. SMITH-Senators Blodgett, Boardman, Brown of Shelby, Bruere, Cavender, Clark, Conrad, Davis, Elwell, Evans, Filler, Gottschalk, Graham, Harbine, Headlee, Human, Rea, Ridgley, Rogers, Roseberry, Shelton, Todd, Waters and Williams-24.

FOR MR. ALLEN-Senators Birch, Brown of St. Louis, Carroll, Essex, Morrison, Morse and Reed-7.

Absent-Senator Dodson-1.

Mr. Smith having received a majority of all the votes cast was declared duly elected Engrossing Clerk of the Senate.

Nominations for Doorkeeper being in order,

Senator Todd nominated Fred. Miller of Cole county.
Senator Birch nominated Daniel Keiser of Clinton county.

No other nominations being made, the roll of the Senate was called by the Secretary pro tem., when the following Senators voted

FOR MR. MILLER-Senators Blodgett, Boardman, Brown of Shelby Bruere, Cavender, Clark, Conrad, Davis, Elwell, Evans, Filler, Gottschalk, Graham, Harbine, Headlee, Human, Rea, Ridgley, Rogers, Roseberry, Shelton, Todd, Waters and Williams-24.

For Mr. Keiser-Senators Birch, Brown of St. Louis, Carroll, Essex, Morrison, Morse and Reed-7.

Absent-Senator Dodson-1.

Mr. Miller having received a majority of all the votes cast was declared duly elected Doorkeeper of the Senate.

Nominations for Sergeant-at-arms being in order,

Senator Elwell nominated N. H. Rogers of Mercer county.
Senator Birch nominated Thos. Winston of Cole county.

No other nominations being made, the roll of the Senate was called, when the following Senators voted

FOR MR. ROGERS-Senators Blodgett, Boardman, Brown of Shelby, Bruere, Cavender, Clark, Conrad, Davis, Elwell, Evans, Filler, Gottschalk, Graham, Harbine, Headlee, Human, Rea, Ridgley, Rogers, Roseberry, Shelton, Todd, Waters and Williams-24.

FOR MR. WINSTON-Senators Birch, Brown of St. Louis, Carroll, Essex, Morrison, Morse and Reed-7.

Absent-Senator Dodson-1.

Mr. Rogers having received a majority of all the votes cast was declared duly elected Sergeant-at-arms of the Senate.

Nominations for Chaplain being in order,

Senator Blodgett nominated Rev. J. Wesley Johnson of Cole county.

Senator Birch nominated Rev. O. Bulkley of Cole county.

No other nominations being made, the roll of the Senate was called, when the following Senators voted

FOR MR. JOHNSON-Senators Blodgett, Boardman, Brown of Shelby, Bruere, Cavender, Clark, Conrad, Davis, Elwell, Evans, Filler, Gottschalk, Graham, Harbine, Headlee, Human, Rea, Ridgley, Rogers, Roseberry, Shelton, Todd, Waters and Williams-24.

FOR MR. BULKLEY-Senators Birch, Brown of St. Louis, Carroll, Essex, Morrison, Morse and Reed-7.

Absent-Senator Dodson-1.

Mr. Johnson having received a majority of all the votes cast was declared duly elected Chaplain of the Senate.

Nominations for Reporter being in order,

Senator Cavender nominated Joseph Thompson of Buchanan county.

Senator Birch nominated Henry L. Clark of St. Louis county.

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