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STATE OF NEW YORK
Begun and Held at the Capitol in the City of Albany
on Tuesday the Sixth Day of April
September 10, 1915 Pursuant to the authority vested in me by the following resolution:
Resolved, That the President of the Convention be and he hereby is authorized to designate some suitable person or persons to revise and index the Record of the Convention and to index the Journal, documents, and the Proposed Constitutional Amendments and that the expense incurred for such services (not exceeding $5,000) be paid out of the moneys heretofore appropriated for the expenses of the Convention upon vouchers signed by the President or the Vice-President of the Convention and by the Secretary or Assistant Secretary designated by the Secretary for that purpose. The work to be done under the supervision and approval of a committee of three members of the Convention to be appointed by the President.
Further resolved, That the revised Record, Journal, and documents be printed and bound under the Convention printing contract; that the printed and bound copies be delivered to the State Library for distribution to delegates, libraries, educational institutions, and otherwise, and that the sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000), or so much thereof as shall be necessary, be paid for such printing and binding out of the unexpended balance of the appropriation of the expenses of the Convention.
I hereby designate Fred W. Hammond and William K. Mansfield, as his assistant, to revise and index the Record of the Constitutional Convention of 1915 and to index the Journals, documents and Proposed Constitutional Amendments thereof.
And I hereby appoint Leroy A. Lincoln, George A. Blauvelt and Robert R. Law to be the committee under the supervision and approval of which the said work of revision and indexing is to be done, Mr. Lincoln to be chairman of the committee.
President of the Convention.
STATE OF NEW YORK
ASSEMBLY CHAMBER, CITY OF ALBANY
TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1915
The Secretary of State, Hon. Francis M. Hugo, attended in person and called the Convention to order.
The proceedings were opened with prayer by the Rev. J. W. Hopkins of Albany.
Pursuant to chapter 819 of the Laws of 1913, entitled "An act to provide for submitting to the people the question 'Shall there be a convention to revise the Constitution and amend the same' and to provide for such convention, if a majority of the electors shall decide that such convention be held," and the acts amendatory thereof, the gentlemen whose names in the following certified list of delegates-elect are not marked with an asterisk appeared in the Assembly Chamber at 12 o'clock noon.
DELEGATES-AT-LARGE.- William Berri, Edgar Truman Brackett, Jacob Brenner, Alphonse T. Clearwater, Patrick W. Cullinan, Seth Low, Louis Marshall, John Lord O'Brian, Herbert Parsons, Adolph J. Rodenbeck, Elihu Root, Jacob Gould Schurman, Henry L. Stimson, George W. Wickersham, Charles H. Young.
FIRST SENATE DISTRICT.- Robert S. Pelletreau, Franklin A. Coles, William M. McKinney.
SECOND SENATE DISTRICT.- Philip Frank, George J. Ryan, John W. Weed.
THIRD SENATE DISTRICT.- Andrew McLean, Charles A. Webber,* Moses J. Wafer.
FOURTH SENATE DISTRICT.- Floyd J. Adams, Richard E. Weber, Isidor Buxbaum.
FIFTH SENATE DISTRICT.- James H. Dahm, Edward J. Byrne, Michael Daly.
SIXTH SENATE DISTRICT.- Alfred G. Reeves, Meier Steinbrink, William P. Bannister.
SEVENTH SENATE DISTRICT.- Michael Fogarty, Francis P. Ward, William N. Dykman.
EIGHTH SENATE DISTRICT.- William R. Bayes, Almet R. Latson, Edgar M. Doughty.
NINTH SENATE DISTRICT.- Theodore C. Eppig, Frank Mann, Harry Heyman.
TENTH SENATE DISTRICT.- Isaac Sargent, William F. Mathewson, Joseph Linde.
ELEVENTH SENATE DISTRICT.- John F. Ahearn, Alfred E. Smith, Abraham Harawitz.
TWELFTH SENATE DISTRICT.- *John J. White, Morgan J. O'Brien, Harry W. Newburger.
THIRTEENTH SENATE DISTRICT.- Michael J. Drummond, John B. Stanchfield, Arthur J. Baldwin.
FOURTEENTH SENATE DISTRICT.- James A. Foley, Delancey Nicoll, Hiram M. Kirk.
FIFTEENTH SENATE DISTRICT.— Thomas F. Smith, William F. Sheehan, Thomas M. Mulry.
SIXTEENTH SENATE DISTRICT.- Robert F. Wagner, John T. Dooling, John G. Saxe.
SEVENTEENTH SENATE DISTRICT.- Frederick C. Tanner, Courtlandt Nicoll, Gordon Knox Bell.
EIGHTEENTH SENATE DISTRICT.- Mark Eisner, William M. K. Olcott, Martin Saxe.
NINETEENTH SENATE DISTRICT.— Andrew J. Shipman, J. Sidney Bernstein, Albert Unger.
TWENTIETH SENATE DISTRICT.— Timothy A. Leary, Nathan Burkan, Mark W. Potter.
TWENTY-FIRST SENATE DISTRICT.- Peter Donovan, James F. Donnelly, William E. Slevin.
TWENTY-SECOND SENATE DISTRICT.- Francis Mar
tin, Louis F. Haffen, Anthony J. Griffin.
TWENTY-THIRD SENATE DISTRICT.- George A. Blauvelt, George A. Leitner, Eugene Lamb Richards.
TWENTY-FOURTH SENATE DISTRICT.- Francis A. Winslow, Frank L. Young, Henry R. Barrett.
SENATE DISTRICT.- Caleb H.
Baumes, Russell Wiggins, Joseph Rosch.
TWENTY-SIXTH SENATE DISTRICT.- Samuel K. Phillips, Clayton Ryder, Lemuel E. Quigg.
TWENTY-SEVENTH SENATE DISTRICT.- Severyn B.
Sharpe, * John N. Vanderlyn, H. Leroy Austin.
TWENTY-EIGHTH SENATE DISTRICT.- William
Barnes, Harold J. Hinman, Edward A. Mealy.
TWENTY-NINTH SENATE DISTRICT.- Willis E. Heaton, * Victor M. Allen, Andrew P. McKean.
THIRTIETH SENATE DISTRICT.- Robert R. Law, William S. Ostrander, Otis A. Dennis.
THIRTY-FIRST SENATE DISTRICT.— Olin Henry Landreth, Seward H. VanNess, W. Barlow Dunlap.
THIRTY-SECOND SENATE DISTRICT.- George H. Bunce, Perry G. Williams, Charles S. Mereness.
THIRTY-THIRD SENATE DISTRICT.- Edward M. An
gell, Harry E. Owen, Patrick J. Tierney.
THIRTY-FOURTH SENATE DISTRICT.- Ferris
Meigs, Robert S. Waterman, Ledyard P. Hale.
THIRTY-FIFTH SENATE DISTRICT.- Edward N.
Smith, Merrick Stowell, Lewis H. Ford.
THIRTY-SIXTH SENATE DISTRICT.- Watson T. Dunmore, Louis M. Martin, Samuel H. Beach.
THIRTY-SEVENTH SENATE DISTRICT.-George L. Bockes, Albert F. Gladding, Frank R. Lennox.
THIRTY-EIGHTH SENATE DISTRICT.- Alan C. Fobes Ray B. Smith, D. Raymond Cobb.