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Warwick. Henry D. Heydon, James B. Hanaford, Randall A. Harrington, Charles E. Chagnon.
Westerly. Alexander G. Crumb, Walter Price.
New Shoreham. Clarence C. Rose.
North Kingstown. William W. Congdon.
South Kingstown. Carder H. Tucker.
East Greenwich. Samuel W. K. Allen.
Jamestown. Charles T. Cottrell.
Smithfield. Clarence É. Mathewson.
Scituate. John A. Battey.
Glocester. Lucius B. Steere.
Charlestown. Samuel B. IIoxsie, Jr.
West Greenwich. George W. Whitman.
Coventry. James Ellery Hudson.
Exeter. William B. Tillinghast.
Middletown. James R. Chase.
Bristol. George W. Simmons.
Tiverton. George R. Lawton.
Little Compton. George A. Lemunyon.
Warren. Samuel L. Peck.
Cumberland. William H. Bolster, Charles E. Fisher.
Richmond. Charles J. Greene.
Cranston. Joseph L. Sanders, Arthur E. Austin.
Hopkinton. Frank Hill.
Johnston. John T. Kenyon, Henry C. Luther.
North Providence. Peter Grimley.
Barrington George Lewis Smith.
Foster. Albert W. Burgess.
Burrillville. Joshua Perkins.
East Providence. Stephen S. Rich, James H. Armington.
Frank E. Holden, Edward Thayer,
Philippe Boucher. George T. Greenhalgh, North Smithfield. Philo E. Thayer,
George II. Helm. William W. Blodgett,
Lincoln. John H. Arnold,
Hector Schiller, Herbert F. Girard, Charles F. Stearns.
SAMUEL W. K. ALLEN, Speaker.
THOMAS Z. LEE,
PROCEEDINGS IN GRAND COMMITTEE,
PROVIDENCE, TUESDAY, February 2, 1897. The two houses met in grand committee for the purpose of electing a commissioner of sinking fund.
John W. Danielson, of Providence, was elected commissioner of sinking fund, vice Samuel S. Sprague, deceased.
WEDNESDAY, April 14, 1897. The two houses met in grand committee for the purpose of electing a brigadier general.
Hiram Kendall, of Providence, was elected brigadier general of the brigade of Rhode Island militia, for the term of five years.
TUESDAY, May 18, 1897. The two houses met in grand committee for the purpose of electing an associate justice of the supreme court.
Benjamin M. Bosworth, of Warren, was elected associate justice of the supreme court.
REPORTS MADE TO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AT ITS JAN
UARY SESSION, 1897.
1. Message of Charles Warren Lippitt, Governor of Rhode Island.
2. Annual reports of the adjutant general and the quartermaster general.
3. Report of the board of trustees of the Rhode Island institute for the deaf.
4. Annual report of the railroad commissioner.
5. Eighth annual report of the state board of soldiers' relief.
6. Twenty-eighth annual report of the board of state charities and corrections.
61. First annual report of the board of commissioners for the promotion of uniformity of legislation in the United States.
7. Annual report of the commissioner of dams and reservoirs.
8. Annual report of the state board of pharmacy. 9. Annual report of the state auditor. 10. Third annual report of the factory inspectors.
11. Annual statement exhibiting the condition of the state banks and trust companies of Rhode Island, and of building loan associations.
12. Annual report of the commissioners of inland fisheries.
13. Annual report of the license commissioners of the city of Pawtucket.
14. Annual report of the license commissioners of the city of Newport.
15. Annual report of the general treasurer.
16. Report of the superintendent of the state census department.
17. Report of commission on the revenue of the state.
18. Annual report of the board of state house commissioners.
19. Ninth annual report of the board of registration in dentistry.
20. Annual report of the state sealer of weights, measures and balances.
21. Annual report of the license commissioners of the city of Providence.
22. Annual report of the license commissioners of the city of Woonsocket.
23. Annual report of the license commissioners of the city of Central Falls.
24. Annual report of the license commissioners of the town of Tiverton.
25. Annual report of the license commissioners of the town of East Greenwich.
[The foregoing reports are printed in the Appendix.]
Report of the commission appointed to build the Woonsocket Court House.
Report of the joint committee on printing.
Report of the commission to investigate the condition of the Newport County Jail.
Report of the commission appointed to have a shed constructed on the grounds of the Washington County Court House.
Report of the city council of the city of Newport, of the “Touro Synagogue Fund.”
Report of the Providence and Worcester Railroad Company, for the year 1896.