Williams S. Irvine


The Blue Book of the State of Wisconsin Compiled and Published underthe direction of J. D. Beck, Commissioner of Labor and IndustrialStatistics 1907.

The Wisconsin Blue Book. VII. Biographical Sketches. The WisconsinLegislature. Assembly, p. 1139

HERMAN L. KERN, Speaker; C. E. SHAFFER, Chief Clerk; W. S. IRVINE,Sergeant-at-Arms.

The assembly consists of 100 members. They are chosen biennially andreceive $500 for their services during their term. The speaker ischosen by the members and receives an additional $500 for his servicesas speaker. The assembly of 1907 contains 76 republicans, 19democrats, and 5 social democrats.

Officers of the Assembly Sergeant-at-Arms. (p. 1178)

WILLIAMS S. IRVINE (Rep.) was born in Maryland, March 18th, 1851; camewith his parents to Wisconsin in 1852, settling in Trempealeau county;received his education in the common schools; ;removed to Clark countyin 1870, and began farming in 1873; represented his town on the countyboard for 16 years; was assessor for four years; appointed taxcommissioner for Eau Claire county for 1901; was elected member ofassembly in 1902, and re-elected in 1904. Was chosen sergeant-at-armsof the assembly at the session of 1907.


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