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JOURNAL OF THE ASSEMBLY
LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
BEGAN ON MONDAY, JANUARY SEVENTH, AND ENDED ON SATURDAY, MARCH
SIXTEENTH, EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND NINETY-FIVE.
Monday, January 7, 1895.)
Pursuant to the Constitution, at the hour of twelve o'clock M. the Assembly of the thirty-first session of the Legislature of the State of California was called to order by George W. Peckham, Chief Clerk of the Assembly.
Prayer was offered by Rev. A. C. Herrick.
RESOLUTION. By Mr. Pendleton: Resolved, That each member take his seat and oath of office on the roll call as prepared by the Secretary of State. Adopted.
The credentials of members were then presented to the Chief Clerk.
The roll was called, and the following members-elect presented themselves, and were duly qualified by taking the following oath of office, administered by the Hon. Matt. F. Johnson, Judge of the Superior Court of Sacramento County:
I do solemnly swear that I will support the Constitution of the United States of America and the Constitution of the State of California, and will faithfully discharge the duties of Member of the Assembly of the thirty-first session of the California Legislature to the best of my ability.
First District-Del Norte and Siskiyou: E. S. Tomblin.