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tion to the public on any system of practice, the practitioner shall use after or below his name the proper term designating the special line of drugless practice in which he is engaged, and shall not use after his name the letters, “M. D." or Doctor of Medicine and Surgery, nor “D.O." or Doctor of Osteopathy, or “D. C.or Doctor of Chiropractic.

Sec. 15. There is hereby appropriated from the Appropriadrugless practitioners' fund the sum of twelve hun- $1,200.00. dred dollars ($1,200.00) for the purpose of defraying the expenses and paying the amounts herein provided for the next biennium: Provided, however, that in no event shall the expenditures herein provided exceed the actual collections on hand in such fund.

Sec. 16. All acts and parts of acts in conflict Repealing herewith are hereby repealed to the extent that they might affect the drugless systems mentioned.

Sec. 17. Any person violating any of the pro- Penalty for visions of this act shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, of act. and shall be punished as provided by law.

Passed the Senate January 27, 1919.
Passed the House February 11, 1919.
Approved by the Governor February 18, 1919.

CHAPTER 37.

(H. B. 100.)

COMPENSATION OF PUBLIC PRINTER.

Classification and rates for composition and press work.

An Act relating to the public printing and the compensation to

be paid therefor, amending sections 8622, 8622 12 and 8624 of Remington & Ballinger's Annotated Codes and Statutes of Washington, and declaring that this act shall take effect

immediately.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of

Washington:
SECTION 1. That section 8622 of Rem. & Bal.
Code be amended to read as follows:

Section 8622. For the purpose of providing for the compensation of the public printer for his services, the public printing shall be divided into the following classes, and be paid for as herein stated:

FIRST CLASS. The bills, resolutions, and other matters that may be ordered by the legislature, or either branch thereof, in bill form, shall constitute the first class, and shall be printed on half sheet cap paper, weighing not less than twelve pounds to the ream of 14 x 17 inches in small pica type; each page to contain not more than forty-four lines of said matter of the usual length of forty pica ems, and the lines shall be successively numbered, with a nonpareil slug between each line; and the same shall be measured as solid matter at single price when lines are not underscored, and when more than five lines on any one page are underscored, at price and one-half; and every fraction of a page shall be measured as a full page, but no blank pages shall be counted or paid for. The compensation to be paid for printing of the first class shall be as follows:

Composition, 55 cents per one thousand ems.

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Presswork, 60 cents for the first one hundred impressions of a form, and 18 cents for each subsequent one hundred impressions thereof; a form to consist of two pages, or fraction thereof in any one bill form.

SECOND CLASS. The second class shall consist of printing and binding of the Journals of the Senate and House of Representatives, and the annual and biennial reports of the several state officers, state commissions, boards and institutions, with the exception of the reports of the Attorney General and the Governor's message to the legislature, which shall be printed and bound in the same style as heretofore. Said Journals and reports shall be printed on what is known as machine finish book paper weighing not less than fifty pounds to the ream of 25 x 38 inches, and set in brevier, or what is known as eight point type, with a six to pica lead between each line, and without unnecessary blanks, broken pages or paragraphs. All communications, resolutions, reports of committees, messages and similar documents making up a part of said Journals to be set in nonpareil or what is known as six point type, with a six to pica lead between each line. All tabular matter to be set in nonpareil or what is known as six point type; the type matter for a page to be 412 x 71/2 inches, which is to include all running heads and foot notes. All reports are to be 6 x 9 inches when trimmed. The general style of all reports are to be the same as those printed in 1918, and the general style of the Journals of the House and Senate of the session of 1917 shall be followed in the printing and binding of the Journals hereafter. There shall be no duplicates of reports or parts of reports printed except by permit of the Governor. The compensation to be paid for printing of the second class shall be as follows:

Composition, 72 cents per one thousand ems, which shall include proof reading, make up and lockup of forms ready for the press, and there shall be no extra charge made therefor unless alterations are made from original copy.

Presswork, 55 cents for the first one hundred impressions of a form, which shall include all make ready, and 18 cents for each subsequent one hundred impressions thereof, a form to consist of eight pages.

THIRD CLASS. The third class shall consist of all reports, communications, and all other documents that may be ordered printed in book form by the legislature or either branch thereof, and all reports, books, pamphlets, and other like matters printed in book form required by all state officers, boards, commissions and institutions shall be printed in such form and style, and set in such size type, and printed on such grade of paper as may be desired by the state officer, board, commission or institutions ordering same, and which they think will best serve the purpose for which said work is intended. The compensation to be paid for printing of the third class shall be as follows:

Composition, 72 cents per one thousand ems, which shall include proof reading, make up and lockup ready for the press, and there shall be no extra charge made therefor unless alterations are made from original copy.

Presswork, 55 cents for the first one hundred impressions of a form, which shall include all make ready, and 18 cents for each additional one hundred impressions thereof. When a form in any class contains fifty per cent or more of half-tones or engravings, and same are printed on enamel book paper, there shall be an allowance of thirty per cent additional to the above presswork scale. A form to consist of eight standard size pages, or a sheet 19 x 25 inches.

FOURTH CLASS. The fourth class shall consist of the Session Laws, and shall be printed and bound in the same style, size of page and form as the Session Laws published by this state heretofore, with similar marginal notes; the size of the type to be eleven point for the laws or body of the book and six point for the marginal notes and index, and shall be printed on machine finish book paper weighing not less than 60 pounds to the ream of 25 x 38 inches. The compensation to be paid for printing for the fourth class shall be as follows:

Composition, 72 cents per one thousand ems, with marginal notes measured in the type in which they are set separate from the body of the page, said price shall include proof reading, make up and lockup ready for the press, and there shall be no extra charge made therefor unless alterations are made from the original copy.

Presswork, 55 cents for the first one hundred impressions of a form, which shall include all make ready, and 18 cents for each subsequent one hundred impressions thereof, a form to consist of eight pages.

Reprints of the Session Laws, when authorized by law, shall be printed and paid for as fourth class printing.

FIFTH CLASS. The fifth class shall consist of the printing of all stationery, blanks, record books and circulars, and all printing and binding required by the respective state officers, boards, commissions and institutions not covered by classes one, two, three and four, and the rate and compensation to be paid therefor shall be as follows:

Composition, 75 cents per one thousand ems, with a minimum charge of 75 cents for each individual

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