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CHAPTER 10.

(H. B. 41.]

RE-APPROPRIATION FOR STATE ROADS.
An Act reappropriating certain sums from the public highway

fund for the purpose of constructing and maintaining certain
highways that have been established and constructed, and

declaring that this act shall take effect immediately. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of

Washington: SECTION 1. That the sum of six hundred nineteen Appropria

tion, thousand, eight hundred forty-four dollars ($619,- $619,844.00: 844), or so much thereof as may be necessary, be, and the same is hereby re-appropriated from the public highway fund for completing and maintaining work already under contract and construction on certain state roads hereinafter mentioned, the same being the unexpended balance of certain existing appropriations as shown by the state auditor's books on December 31st, 1917, said respective balances being re-appropriated as follows: Central Washington Highway between Cheney and Sprague.

$4,615.00 Between Connell and Pasco..

8,863.00 Inland Empire Highway, Spokane county line north ..

19,676.00 Laurier south

26,456.00 Pullman to Idaho State line..

4,833.00 McClellan Pass Highway, Enumclaw to summit

65,939.00 Horse Shoe Bend to summit.

12,527.00 National Park Highway, Nemah to Holman

22,890.00 Between Tacoma and Ashford..

33,548.00 Between Vantage Ferry and Wilson Creek

555.00

Olympic Highway, between Thurston
county and Clallam county.

$4,755.00 Lake Quinault northwest...

40,210.00 Forks to Jefferson county line.

21,030.00 Pacific Highway, Chehalis to Vancouver. 103,067.00 Between Bellingham and Everett....... 40,060.00 Between Blaine and Ferndale....

4,838.00 Sunset Highway, between North Bend and Vantage Ferry..

29,689.00 Creston west ..

42,173.00 State road No. 4, Okanogan county.. 14,196.00 State road No. 7....

18,500.00 State road No. 8, Klickitat county.

14,798.00 State road No. 8, Skamania county.

6,493.00 State road No. 10, Okanogan county.. 19,500.00 State road No. 18.. ...

9,149.00 State road No. 21...

15,939.00 Cascade road

4,625.00 Pend Oreille Highway....

19,186.00 Uncompleted work and federal aid, eastern Washington

11,734.00

$619,844.00 Provided, however, that the separate amounts above stated together with the amount expended, shall not exceed the original appropriation made in 1917 for said purposes.

Sec. 2. This act is necessary for the immediate preservation of public safety and the support of the existing institutions of the state and shall take effect immediately.

Passed the House January 23, 1919.
Passed the Senate January 28, 1919.
Approved by the Governor February 5, 1919,

Emergency

CHAPTER 11.

[H. B. 22.]

EXTRADITION EXPENSES AND PAYMENT OF

REWARDS.

AN Act appropriating the sum of $2,500.00 for extradition ex

penses, examination into alleged infractions of the law, and payment of rewards, and declaring that this act shall take effect immediately.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of

Washington: SECTION 1.

That there be and hereby is appro- Appropriapriated out of the general fund the sum of $2,500.00, $2,500.00. or so much thereof as may be necessary for the governor's office, for the purpose of paying extradition expenses, examination into the alleged infractions of the law, and rewards during the current biennium.

Sec. 2. This act is necessary for the support of Emergency. state government and shall take effect immediately.

Passed the House January 22, 1919.
Passed the Senate January 28, 1919.
Approved by the Governor February 5, 1919.

CHAPTER 12.

(H. B. 21.)

RELIEF FOR MONEYS ADVANCED TO STATE COUNCIL

OF DEFENSE.

Appropria-
tion,
$2,500.00

An Act appropriating the sum of $2,500.00 for the relief of J. T.

Heffernan, C. J. Lord, George Donald, W. A. Lowman and W. J. Patterson; whereas, J. T. Heffernan, C. J. Lord, George Donald, W. A. Lowman, and W. J. Patterson have advanced to the governor for the purpose of paying the expenses of the state council of defense the sum of $500.00 each; and whereas, said sums have been expended for the necessary ex

penses of the state council of defense, therefore: Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of

Washington:
SECTION 1. That the sum of $2,500.00 is hereby
appropriated out of the general fund for the relief
of, and to reimburse J. T. Heffernan, C. J. Lord,
George Donald, W. A. Lowman and W. J. Patterson
for moneys advanced for the payment of the ex-
penses of the state council of defense, and the state
auditor is hereby directed to draw his warrants upon
the state treasurer in favor of the above mentioned
persons in the respective sums of $500.00 each.

Passed the House January 22, 1919.
Passed the Senate January 28, 1919.
Approved by the Governor February 5, 1919.

CHAPTER 13.

(H. B. 23.)

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE APPROPRIATION.

An Act making appropriation for the department of agriculture,

and declaring that this act shall take effect immediately.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of

Washington: SECTION 1. That the following sums, or so much appropriathereof as shall severally be found necessary, are $5,500.00. hereby appropriated out of the general fund for the departments of the state government and for the purposes hereinafter set forth for the current biennium.

FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
Dairy and Livestock division.
Supplies, material and service of veteri-
nary inspectors

.$3,500.00 Horticultural division.

Supplies, material and service.... $2,000.00

SEC. 2. This act is necessary for the support of Emergency. state government and shall take effect immediately.

Passed the House January 22, 1919.
Passed the Senate January 28, 1919.
Approved by the Governor February 5, 1919.

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