The Blue Book of the State of Wisconsin Compiled and Published underthe direction of Wm. H. Froehlich, Secretary of State 1901. page 759
GEO. H. RAY, Speaker; W. A. NOWELL, Chief Clerk; A. M. ANDERSON,Sergeant-at-Arms.
The Assembly consists of 100 members. They are chosen biennially andreceive $500 for their service during the term. The Speaker Is chosenby the members and receives an additional $500 for his services asSpeaker. The Assembly of 1901 contains 82 Republicans and 18Democrats.
ONEIDA, PRICE AND VILAS COUNTIES. Population, 1900-22,910. (Changed byapportionment, 1901. See new apportionment following biographies.)
NATHAN E. LANE (Rep.), of the city of Phillips, Price county, who waselected to the assembly in 1900 by 4,714 votes, against 1,768 forOscar F. Darwin (Dem.), and 127 for Griffith Davis (Pro.), was born inthe town of Oases, Waushara county, Sept. 8, 1862. He has held thepositions of town treasurer, cashier of the Bank of Dorchester, Clarkcounty, cashier of the State Bank of Phillips, of which he is astockholder and director, and is at present mayor of the city ofPhillips. He is also engaged In are insurance business. His educationwas obtained in the schools of Waushara county.
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