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sum of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.00) is hereby appropriated from the military fund for the construction, equipment and furnishing of an armory in the city of Walla Walla, Provided That a suitable site for such armory be furnished without cost to the State of Washington therefor, and that Donation of title to such site shall be deeded to the State of Washington.

Sec. 2. That section 2 of chapter 108 of the Laws of 1917 be amended to read as follows:

Section 2. That for the purpose of erecting, completing, furnishing and equipping said armory, there is hereby created a commission to be known as the Armory Walla Walla armory commission, which said commission shall consist of three members, comprised as follows: The adjutant general of the National Guard of Washington, the chairman of the state board of control, all of whom shall be ex-officio members of said commission, and Captain Paul Weyrauch of the city of Walla Walla. In case of the death, resignation or inability to serve of the last named member, the vacancy shall be filled by the commissioners of the city of Walla Walla. On or before the first day of July, 1919, the members of said commission shall meet and organize. The adjutant general shall be chairman of said commission, and said commission shall elect a secretary from among its members. When a vote of said commission shall be equally divided the adjutant general shall cast the deciding vote. The members of said commission shall act as such until the completion, acceptance, equipment and furnishing of said armory, and the consummation of all business relating thereto, and official shall give bond to the State of Washington, in the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) conditioned upon the faithful performance of the duties imposed by this act, to be approved by the governor and filed

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with the secretary of state, the cost of said bonds to
be paid out of the money appropriated by this act.
A majority of the said commission shall constitute
a quorum: Provided, however, That no member of
said commission shall be allowed or shall receive
any compensation for his services as a member of
such commission.

Passed the Senate February 3, 1919.
Passed the House February 6, 1919.
Approved by the Governor February 14, 1919.

CHAPTER 20.

[S. B. 74.)

ARMORY AT ABERDEEN.

An Act relating to the construction, equipment and furnishing of

an armory for the use of the National Guard of Washington and other military organizations at Aberdeen, appropriating money from the military fund therefor, creating a commission to superintend the construction, equipment and furnishing of said armory, and authorizing the promulgation of rules and regulations for the government thereof, and amending sections 1 and 2, chapter 109, Session Laws of 1917.

Appropria-
tion,
$100,000.00.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of

Washington:
SECTION 1. That section 1, chapter 109, Session
Laws of 1917, be amended to read as follows:

Section 1. That for the purpose of constructing, equipping and furnishing an armory for the use of such organization or organizations of the National Guard of Washington as may be stationed there, the sum of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.00) is hereby appropriated from the military fund for the construction, equipment and furnishing of an armory in the city of Aberdeen: Provided, That a suitable site for such armory be furnished without cost to the State of Washington therefor, and that Donation of title to such site shall be deeded to the State of Washington.

SEC. 2. That section 2, chapter 109, Session Laws of 1917, be amended to read as follows:

Section 2. That for the purpose of erecting, com- Armory pleting, furnishing and equipping said armory, there is hereby created a commission to be known as the “Aberdeen armory commission,” which said commission shall consist of three members comprised as follows: The adjutant general of the National Guard of Washington, the chairman of the state board of control, both of whom shall be ex-officio members of said commission and Captain Elmer Brady of Brady. In the case of the death, resignation or inability to serve of the last named member, the vacancy shall be filled by appointment made by the then mayor of the said city of Aberdeen. Within ten days after the taking effect of this act the members of said commission shall meet and organize. The adjutant general shall be chairman of said commission and said commission shall elect a secretary from among its members. When a vote of said commission shall be equally divided the adjutant general shall cast the deciding vote. The members of said commission shall act as such until the completion, acceptance, equipment and furnishing of said armory, and the consummation of all business relating thereto, and shall give bond to the State of Washington, in the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) conditioned Official upon the faithful performance of the duties imposed by this act, to be approved by the governor and filed with the secretary of state, the cost of said bonds to be paid out of the money appropriated by this act. A majority of the said commission shall constitute a quorum: Provided, however, That no member of said commission shall be allowed or shall receive any

commission.

bond.

compensation for his services as a member of such
commission.

Passed the Senate February 3, 1919.
Passed the House February 6, 1919.
Approved by the Governor February 14, 1919.

CHAPTER 21.

[S. B. 45.]

ARMORY AT EVERETT.

An Act relating to the construction, equipment and furnishing of

an armory for the use of the National Guard of Washington at Everett, appropriating one hundred twenty-five thousand dollars ($125,000.00) from the military fund therefor; and amending sections 1 and 2, chapter 166, Session Laws of 1917.

tion,

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of

Washington:
SECTION 1. That Section 1, Chapter 166, Session
Laws 1917, be amended to read as follows:

Section 1. That for the purpose of constructing, Appropria- equipping and furnishing an Armory, for the use $125,000.00. of such organization or organizations of the National

Guard of Washington as may be stationed there, the sum of one hundred twenty-five thousand dollars ($125,000.00) is hereby appropriated from the Military Fund for the construction, equipment and furnishing of an Armory in the city of Everett, Wash

ington: Provided, That a suitable site for such Donation of Armory be furnished without cost to the State of

Washington therefor, and that title to such site shall be deeded to the State of Washington.

SEC. 2. That Section 2, Chapter 166, Session Laws 1917 be amended to read as follows:

Section 2. That, for the purpose of erecting, commission.

completing, furnishing and equipping said Armory,

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Armory

there is hereby created a commission, to be known as the Everett Armory Commission, which said commission shall consist of three (3) members, comprised as follows: Adjutant General of the National Guard of Washington, T. E. Skaggs member of the State Board of Control and Captain Bertram W. Paschke of the city of Everett. In case of the death, resignation or inability to serve of the last named member, the vacancy shall be filled by the County Commissioners of Snohomish County, Washington.

Within ten (10) days after the taking effect of this Act the members of said commission shall meet in the city of Everett, Washington, and organize. The Adjutant General shall be chairman of said commission, and said commission shall elect a secretary from among its members.

The members of said commission shall act as such until the completion, acceptance, equipment and furnishing of said Armory and the consummation of all business relating thereto; and shall give bond to the State of Washington in the sum of five thousand dol- official lars ($5,000.00), conditioned upon the faithful performance of the duties imposed by this Act, to be approved by the Governor and filed with the Secretary of State. The cost of said bond to be paid out of the money appropriated by this Act. A majority of said commission shall constitute a quorum.

Passed the Senate February 3, 1919.
Passed the House February 6, 1919.
Approved by the Governor February 14, 1919.

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