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[image: etching of the California State Capitol Building]

[preprinted] State of California - Department of State. [/preprinted]

CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE - SENATE.

THIRTY-SIXTH SESSION.

IN SENATE.

Senate Chamber,

Wednesday, March 1, 1905.

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By Senator Shortridge:

RESOLVED, That the Senate of the State of California has heard with profound regret of the death of MRS. JANE L. STANFORD at Honolulu, and that when the Senate adjourns this day it do so of respect to her memory.

Resolution read and adopted unanimously by rising vote.

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At eleven o'clock and fifty-five minutes P. M., Senator Leavitt moved that the Senate do now adjourn. Motion carried.

Whereupon the acting President declared the Senate adjourned, out of respect to the memory of the late Mrs. Jane L. Stanford.

APPROVED, March 4, 1905.

Alden Anderson,

President of the Senate.

Lewis A Hilborn,

Secretary of the Senate.

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