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STATE OF MICHIGAN.
Pilated by virtue of an Act of the Legislature, ander the direction and supervision of
Lansing, Wednesday, January 4, 1865. 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 11 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. Ebenezer 0. Grosvenor, Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate.
The roll having been called by Thomas H. Glenn, Assistant Secretary of the last Senate,
Mr. Croswell gave notice that when the names of James M. Hoyt, William A. Jones and John J. Robison were called to take the constitutional oath of office, as Senators respectively from the 6th, 7th and 8th districts, he should object to their being sworn.
The following named Senators elect answered to their names, severally presented themselves, subscribed the constitutional oath of office, and took their seats as Senators: From the 1st District-William Adair.
Adam Minnis. 4th
Loren L. Treat.
Charles M. Croswell. 11th