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PASSED BY THE
LEGISLATURE OF WISCONSIN,
IN TEK YEAR
EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY-SIX;
TOG KTHER WITH
MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.
There shall be prefixed to each volume of laws hereaiter published the names and residence of the several State Officers, the Senators, and Members of the Assembly, and the Presiding Officers, and Clerks of both branches of the Legislature, at the time of the passage of such laws."--General Laros 1854, Chapter 94.•
NAMES AND RESIDENCE
OF THE STATE OFFICERS, SENATORS, MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY, PRESIDING OFFICERS, AND CLERKS OP BOTA BRANCHES OF THE LEGISLATURE, IN OFFICE AT THE TIME OF
THE PASSAGE OF THE LAWS OONTAINED IN THIS YOLUME.
Wm. A. Barstow.....
* William A. Barstow resigned the office of Governor, on the twenty-first day of March, when its duties were assumed by Arthur McArthur, Lieut. Governor, who acted until the twenty-fifth day of March, on which day Coles Bashford entered upon the duties of the office.
E. M. Hunter, Private Secretary of Governors Barstow and MoArthur; B. F. Hopkins, Private Secretary of Governor Bashford.
$ August Kruer, Librarian until March 31st, when Horace Rublee was appointed.