Relative to the recognition of the Kellogg government
Resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana, That said Assembly without approving the same, will not disturb the present State government, claiming to have been elected in 1872; known as the Kellogg government, or seek to impeach the Governor for any past official acts, and that henceforth we will accord to said Governor all necessary and legitimate support in maintaining the laws and in advancing the peace and prosperity of the people of this State and that the House of Representatives as to its members as constituted under the award of George F. Hoar, W. Wheeler, W. P. Frye, Samuel L. Marshall, Clarkson N. Potter, Charles Foster and William Walter Phelps shall remain without change, except by resignation or death of members until a new general election, and that the Senate as herein recognized shall also remain unchanged, except so far as that body shall make changes on contest.
(Signed) E. D ESTILETTE,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
(Signed) C. C. ANTOINE,
Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate.
Approved April 21, 1875.
(Signed) WILLIAM. KELLOGG,
Governor of the State of Louisiana.
A true copy:
Assistant Secretary of State.