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Name W. 0. Mansfield. E. F. Banker. E. W. Fawley. J. C. Hubbell. G. P. Short .. William P. Sawyer. Howard C. Lucas. John A. Miller Walter G. Hufford. George McCoy C. W. Ryan. William H. Adams. Joseph Girard Fred B. Norman Judson S. Siler. H. H. Swofford. H. W. Thompson. C. C. Aspinwall. J. 0. Marts. Phil S. Locke. H. B. Dollar. H. P. Nelson. Mark E. Reed. J. Howard Shattuck.

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Herbert B. Gardner.
C. L. Babcock.
Elmer E. Healey.
Abe Morris
Fred G. Remann.
William C. Elliott.
J. H. Davis.
Fred A. Smith.
Frances M. Haskell.
(Resignation filed)
Robert Gleason
Claude A. Young
Fred Mess
James T. Jones.
Walter J. Lunn.
Alfred E Miller.
Evan Thomas
George N. Hodgdon.
H. C. Bohlke.
Pliny L. Allen.
Frank G. Myers.
W. W. Conner
Frank H. Manogue..
C. 0. Qualheim.
Robert Grass
Stephen A. Hull.
Frank Cotterill
W. M. Pease.
E. H. Guie.
S. Frank Spencer.
George W. Adamson.
E. H. Lincoln.
Anna K, Colwell
James Zylstra
J. M. Shields.
J. M. Harrison.

County

Lincoln .Okanogan .Douglas

Kittitas ..Kittitas

Yakima Yakima Klickitat Skamania ... Clarke

..Clarke

.. Cowlitz Wahkiakum

Pacific

Lewis .Lewis .. Lewis Thurston

Thurston Grays Harbor ..Grays Harbor ..Grays Harbor

Mason

Kitsap Jefferson Jefferson

Clallam ... Pierce

Pierce
Pierce

Pierce ... Pierce . Pierce Pierce Pierce Pierce . Pierce .King .King ..King ..King

King
. King
.King
King
.King
.King
.King
King
King
King
. King
King

..King
Snohomish
Snohomish
Snohomish
Snohomish

Island Skagit . Skagit

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District Name

County
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Fred B. Fulton...

...Skagit
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E. H. Nash.

San Juan
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Tom Brown

Whatcom
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C. H. Hoff.

Whatcom
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Chas. I. Roth.

Whatcom
David F. Trunkey

Whatcom
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R. R. Coleman,

Ferry
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John A. Gellatly.

Chelan
58 Gordon C. Moores.

Benton
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H. D. McMillan.

Grant
Fred L. Wolf..

Pend Oreille In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed hereto the seal of the State of Washington, at Olympia, this 22nd day of March, A. D. 1920. (SEAL)

I. M. HOWELL,

Secretary of State.

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MESSAGE FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE.

DEPARTMENT OF STATE, OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY.

OLYMPIA, March 22, 1920. To the Speaker of the House of Representatives, House Chamber, Olympia, Washington.

Sir: I have the honor to herewith transmit the election returns of the special election held on the 17th day of March, 1920, in accordance with the Acting Governor's proclamation, to fill vacancies in the House of Representatives caused by resignation, removal from district and death, in the following representative districts, to-wit: Nos. 5 and 49.

I deliver said returns in the same condition as they were received in this office, by registered mail, from the various county auditors.

Very respectfully,

I. M. HOWELL,

Secretary of State.

MESSAGE FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE.

DEPARTMENT OF STATE, OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY.

OLYMPIA, March 22, 1920. To the Honorable Speaker of the House of Representatives, House Chamber, Olympia,

Washington.

SIR: I have the honor of herewith submitting telegram from the Auditor of Jefferson county, setting forth the fact of the election of a member of your honorable body, at the special election held on the 17th inst., in obedience to a writ issued by the Governor, to choose a successor to Hon. Chas. E. Coon in the 33rd Representative District.

Such telegram is submitted in the absence of the receipt of the official returns from the county auditor.

Very respectfully,

I. M. HOWELL,

Secretary of State.

Port TOWNSEND, WN., 2:47 P. M., March 20, 1920. 1. M. Howell, Secretary of State, Olympia, Wn. J. M. Lockhart, republican, elected.

MAE M. PLUMMER, County Auditor.

MESSAGE FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE.

DEPARTMENT OF STATE, OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY.

OLYMPIA, March 22, 1920. To the Speaker of the House of Representatives, House Chamber, Olympia, Washington.

SIR: I have the honor of herewith submitting for your consideration, certified copy of the resignation of George W. Thompson, as a member of your honorable body from the 38th district, dated March 15, 1920, as presented by him to the Governor, together with a certified copy of the Governor's acceptance thereof dated March 15, 1920.

Respectfully,

I. M. HOWELL,

Secretary of State.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, DEPARTMENT OF STATE. To All to Whom These Presents Shall Come.

I, I. M. Howell, Secretary of State of the State of Washington and custodian of the seal of said state, do hereby certify that I have carefully compared the annexed copy of resignation of George W. Thompson as a member of the House of Representatives with the original copy of said resignation of George W. Thompson now on file in this office, and find the same to be a full, true and correct copy of said original and of the whole thereof, together with all official endorsements thereon.

In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed hereto the seal of the State of Washington. Done at the Capitol, at Olympia, this 20th day of March, A. D. 1920.

1. M. HOWELL,

Secretary of State. (SEAL)

By J. GRANT HINKLE, Assistant Secretary of State.

STATE OF WASHINGTON, SIXTEENTH LEGISLATIVE SESSION, 1919.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,

OLYMPIA, March 15, 1920. Honorable Louis F. Hart, Governor of Washington, Olympia, Washington.

DEAR SIR: By reason of the provisions of the charter of the city of Tacoma providing that any person holding an elective office may not be subject to election thereunder, I herewith tender my resignation as a member of the House of Representatives of the Legislature of the State of Washington for the 38th district, Pierce county.

Very truly yours,

GEORGE W. THOMPSON. State of Washington88. Filed for record in the office of the Secretary of State, March 15, 1920.

I. M. HOWELL,

Secretary of State. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, DEPARTMENT OF STATE. To All to Whom These Presents Shall Come.

I, I. M. Howell, Secretary of State of the State of Washington and custodian of the seal of said state, do hereby certify that I have carefully compared the annexed copy of the Governor's acceptance of George W. Thompson's resignation as a member of the House of Representatives with the original copy of said Governor's acceptance of George W. Thompson's resignation now on file in this office, and find the same to be a full, true and correct copy of said original, and of the whole thereof, together with all official endorsements thereon.

In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed hereto the seal of the State of Washington. Done at the Capitol, at Olympia, this 20th day of March, A. D. 1920.

I. M. HOWELL,

Secretary of State. (SEAL)

By J. GRANT HINKLE, Assistant Secretary of State.

OFFICE OF GOVERNOR, March 15, 1920. Honorable George W. Thomposn, Tacoma, Washington.

DEAR SIR : I acknowledge receipt of your resignation as a member of the House of Representatives of the Legislature of the State of Washington from the 38th district, Pierce county, which I herewith accept with much regret.

I am this date filing your resignation, together with a copy of this acceptance thereof, in the office of the Secretary of State. With best wishes for your success and happiness, I am,

Very truly yours,

LOUIS F. HART, Governor.
State of Washington88.
Filed for record in the office of the Secretary of State, March 15, 1920.

I. M. HOWELL,

Secretary of State. Roll call showed all members present, except Messrs. Bohlke, Kennedy, Miller (John A.), Nash and Thompson (G. W.).

The Speaker announced the receipt of the following communication from Mr. Bohlke:

SEATTLE, WASH., March 10, 1920. Mr. Fred A. Adams, Spokane, Wash.

MY DEAR MR. ADAMS: I see that Governor Hart has called a special session of the Legislature to meet March 22d. Taking for granted that you will be speaker again, wish to inform you that I have an important business engagement at Minneapolis, March 20th, which I cannot postpone. It may last several days, so wish you will excuse me for at least the first few days of the session.

Yours very truly,

H. C. BOHLKE. On motion of Mr. Davis, Mr. Bohlke was excused. The clerk read the following:

GOLDENDALE, WASH., March 20, 1920. House of Representatives, Olympia, Wash., To the Speaker and Members of the House

of the Legislature, State of Washington.

This is to inform you that J. A. Miller, a member of the House from Klickitat county, Wash., will not be able to attend the special session to convene March 22nd, 1920, on account of an attack of influenza. He is convalescent but not strong enough to make the trip.

Very truly,

H. H. HARTLEY, M. D. On motion of Mr. Manogue, Mr. Miller was excused.

Mrs. Colwell and Messrs. Happy, Lincoln and Lockhart were called before the bar of the House and administered the oath of office by J. B. Bridges, Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of Washington.

The clerk reading the following:

MESSAGE FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, DEPARTMENT OF STATE. TO All to Whom These Presents Shall Come.

I, I. M. Howell, Secretary of State of the State of Washington and custodian of the seal of said state, do hereby certify that I have carefully compared the annexed copy of proclamation by the Governor to the members of the Legislature of the State of Washington to convene in extraordinary session March 22nd, 1920, and filed in the office of the Secretary of State, March 2nd, 1920, with the original copy of said proclamation by the Governor now on file in this office, and find the same to be a full, true and correct copy of said original, and of the whole thereof, together with all official endorsements thereon.

In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed hereto the seal of the State of Washington. Done at the Capitol, at Olympia, this 22nd day of March, A. D. 1920. [SEAL)

I. M. HOWELL,

Secretary of State.

STATE OF WASHINGTON, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT,

OLYMPIA. A PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR. To the Members of the Legislature of the State of Washington:

Whereas an extraordinary occasion exists requiring the assembling of the Legislature of the State of Washington ;

Now therefore, I, Louis F. Hart, Acting Governor of the State of Washington, by virtue of the authority in me vested by the Constitution.

Do hereby convene the Legislature of the State of Washington in extraordinary session in the Capitol at Olympia on 22nd day of March, A. D. 1920, at the hour of 12:00 o'clock noon, The purpose for which the Legislature is called together is that it may provide funds for continuing the State University, the Washington State College, and the State Normal Schools, and to consider the ratification of the proposed amendment to the Federal Constitution relating to suffrage, and such other matters as it may deem advisable.

In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the State of Washington to be affixed at Olympia this 2nd day of March, A. D. 1920, and of our State the thirty-first year. [SEAL)

LOUIS F. HART,

Acting Governor of Washington. ATTEST:

J. GRANT HINKLE, Assistant Secretary of State.
At the request of the Speaker, Mr. Allen assumed the chair.

RESOLUTION.
Mr. Banker moved the adoption of the following resolution:

Resolved, That the Speaker, Chief Clerk and Sergeant-at-Arms of the Sixteenth Session of the Legislature of the State of Washington, be, and they are hereby continued in their respective positions at same per diem, during this extraordinary session now convened.

The clerk called the roll, and the resolution was adopted by the following vote: Yeas, 90; nays, 0; absent or not voting, 7.

Those voting yea were: Representatives Adams (Wm. H.), Adamson, Allen, Anderson (John), Anderson (W. M.), Aspinwall, Atkinson, Babcock, Banker, Bassett, Brown, Cantonwine, Coleman, Colwell, Conner, Cross, Cotterill, Davis, Dollar, Elliott, Fawley, Fulton, Gardner, Gellatly, Gilbert, Girard, Gleason, Grass, Guie, Happy, Haskell, Healey, Hodgdon, Hoff, Hubbell, Hufford, Hull, Jones (James T.), Jones (Roy), Kelly, Kirkman, Kulzer, Ledgerwood, Lincoln, Locke, Lockhart, Long, Lucas, Lunn, Manogue, Mansfield, Marts, McCoy, McMillen, Mess, Miller (Alfred E.), Moores, Morris, Myers, Nelson, Norman, Olsen, Pease, Qualheim, Reed, Remann, Roth, Ryan, Sanger, Sawyer, Shattuck, Shields, Short, Siler, Smith, Spencer, Stratton, Swofford, Teter, Thomas, Thompson (H. W.), Trimble, True, Trunkey, Weatherman, Westfall, Wolf, Wormell, Young, Zylstra-90.

Those absent or not voting were: Representatives Adams (Fred A.), Bohlke, Harrison, Kennedy, Miller (John A.), Nash-6.

The resolution, having received the constitutional majority, was declared passed.

The chair appointed Messrs. Trunkey, Remann and Hull to escort the Speaker to the rostrum.

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