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Reprinting from standing type, rates.

job which shall cover 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: Provided, that all job work set in larger than eleven point type shall be measured and charged for as eleven point type.

Presswork, 50 cents for the first one hundred impressions of a form, and 15 cents for each subsequent one hundred impressions thereof, a form to consist of one side of the sheet on which the job is printed and delivered.

Sec. 2. That section 862212 of Rem. & Bal. Code be amended to read as follows:

Section 862212. Whenever required by law or by the legislature, or either branch thereof, or by any state officer, board, commission or institution the public printer shall keep the type used in printing any matter forming a part of classes one, two, three and four standing for a period not exceeding sixty days for use in reprinting such matter, and in case a reprint is had shall charge not to exceed 25 cents per one thousand ems for the use of the type so kept standing.

SEC. 3. That section 8624 of Rem. & Bal. Code be amended to read as follows:

Section 8624. Compensation for binding on all classes of work shall be under and according to the following schedule:

Standard size pages shall be 6x9 inches. A signature shall consist of sixteen pages or necessary fraction thereof.

For pamphlets containing one signature or less, including folding, gathering, stitching, covering and trimming, for one thousand finished pamphlets $4.75, and for each additional signature or fraction thereof $1.60 for each one thousand finished pamphlets.

For pamphlets containing more than twelve and

Rates for binding.

not more than eighteen signatures, including item as above, for one thousand finished pamphlets, $35.00.

For case covered bound books, cloth or full sheep or skiver, including folding, gathering, sewing on three bands, forwarding and finishing, stamping and trimming complete and finished as follows:

Per volume of not over six signatures, 30 cents.

Per volume over six sections and not over twelve sections, 35 cents.

Per volume over twelve sections and not over eighteen sections, 40 cents.

Per volume over eighteen sections and not over twenty-four sections, 45 cents.

Per volume over twenty-four sections, 5 cents for each additional six sections or fraction thereof.

For gathering inserts to be bound in, per thousand inserts 50 cents; inserts in closed folds, per thousand inserts $1.50.

Tipping: On outside of section, per one thousand $1.25; on center of section, per one thousand $1.50; cut in on section, per one thousand $2.00.

Gathering miscellaneous items not covered in Miscellanebinding schedule as above, 25 cents for each one thousand sections or pieces.

Miscellaneous items of work not covered in schedule to be charged for at current commercial rates less a discount of 25 per cent.

All time work not covered by the above described work shall be paid for at the rate of $1.25 per hour.

All ruled work to be paid for at the rate of $1.75 per hour for time of machine and attendants.

Sec. 4. This act is necessary for the immediate Emergency. support of the existing public institutions of the state and shall take effect immediately.

Passed the House February 3, 1919.
Passed the Senate February 10, 1919.
Approved by the Governor February 18, 1919.

ous items.

CHAPTER 38.

(H. B. 6.]

RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS.

An Act prohibiting certain persons from teaching in the public

schools of this state and providing punishment for the violation thereof.

Right restricted to citizens.

Permits to aliens.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of

Washington: SECTION 1. No person, who is not a citizen of the United States of America, shall teach or be permitted or qualified to teach in any common school or high school in this state: Provided, however, That the superintendent of public instruction may grant to aliens a permit to teach in the common and high schools of this state; providing such teacher has all the other qualifications required by law, has declared his or her intention of becoming a citizen of the United States of America, and that five years and six months have not expired since such declaration was made. Such permits shall at all times be subject to revocation by and at the discretion of the superintendent of public instruction.

Sec. 2. No person, whose certificate or diploma authorizing him or her to teach in the public schools of this state shall have been revoked on account of his or her failure to endeavor to impress on the minds of his or her pupils the principles of patriotism, or to train them up to the true comprehension of the rights, duty and dignity of American Citizenship, shall teach or be permitted or qualified to teach in any public school in this state, and no certificate or diploma shall be issued to such person.

Sec. 3. Any person teaching in any school in violation of this act, and any school director knowingly permitting any person to teach in any school

Want of patriotism ground for debarring teachers.

Violations of act.

in violation of this act, shall be guilty of a misde.

meanor.

Passed the House February 3, 1919.
Passed the Senate February 11, 1919.
Approved by the Governor February 20, 1919.

CHAPTER 39.

(H. B. 56.]

DEFICIENCY APPROPRIATION FOR STATE LIBRARY. An Act making an appropriation for the state library for capital

outlays, and declaring that this act shall take effect imme

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

Washington: SECTION 1. That there be and hereby is re-ap- Appropria

tion, $900.00. propriated out of the unexpended funds of the appropriation for the state library for supplies, material and service, appropriated by chapter 171 of the Laws of 1917, the sum of nine hundred dollars ($900.00), to be expended in the current biennium for capital outlays: Books, magazines, etc.

SEC. 2. This act is necessary for the support of Emergency. the state government and its existing public institutions, and shall take effect immediately.

Passed the House January 28, 1919.
Passed the Senate February 11, 1919.
Approved by the Governor February 20, 1919.

CHAPTER 40.

(H. B. 83.]

APPROPRIATION FOR EXPENSES OF LIEUTENANT

GOVERNOR.

An Act making an appropriation for the office of lieutenant gov.

ernor for the current biennium, 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 approAppropria priated from the general fund the sum of five huntion, $500.00.

dred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for the lieutenant governor's office, for hotel bills while acting governor and during sessions of the legislature, and traveling expenses for the current biennium.

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

mediately.

Passed the House January 30, 1919.
Passed the Senate February 11, 1919.
Approved by the Governor February 20, 1919.

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