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Senate Committee on Agricultural Affairs - 36th R.S. (1919)

Committee Members
William Stephen Bell, Chair
William Harrison Bledsoe, Chair
Lon A. Smith, Vice Chair
James Monroe Alderdice
John Heywood Bailey
Arren Calvin Buchanan
Charles Russell Buchanan
Walter Douglass Caldwell
Robert Lee Carlock
Isaac Edgar Clark
William Roy Cousins
Lynch Davidson
George William Dayton
William Luther Dean
Robert Pierce Dorough
Richard Moberley Dudley
Martin Faust
Charles Richard Floyd
Flavius Marion Gibson
William Lucius Hall
Harry Hertzberg
George Milton Hopkins
James Clayton McNealus
Paul Dewitt Page
Archie Parr
Elbridge Lee Rector
James Jefferson Strickland
Will D. Suiter
Ed Westbrook
R.L. Williford
Edgar Earnest Witt
James Hollins Woods
William Scott Woodward

Note:
Original committee appointment 1/15/1919: Bell, Smith, Aaron Buchanan of Bell, Dudley, Dayton, Gibson and Woodward.
Ed Westbrook appointed 2/11/1919 to fill the vacancy caused by resignation of Scott Woodward. E. L. Rector appointed 3/10/1919, also succeeding Scott Woodward (his predecessor) according to Senate Journal, p. 761.
3rd C.S.: On motion of Senator Suiter 5/20/1920, the whole membership of the Senate was added to the Committee on Agriculture to hear the consideration of the pink boll weevil question (see Governor's message, discussion, and report, Senate Journal, 36th Legislature, 3rd C.S., pp. 3-31). This action of the Senate was later rescinded on motion of Senator Davidson on 5/28/1920.
3rd C.S.: William Bledsoe (Chair) appointed 5/20/1920 in place of William S. Bell. Lynch Davidson, Charles Buchanan of Scurry, James Woods, William Suiter, and Walter Caldwell appointed 5/28/1920, pursuant to SR 6.

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