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OF THE

THIRD LEGISLATURE

OF THE

STATE OF WASHINGTON.

BEGUN AND HELD AT

OLYMPIA, THE STATE CAPITAL,

JANUARY 9, 1893.

ADJOURNED SINE DIE, MARCH 9, 1893.

J. W. ARRASMITH, SPEAKER.
T. G. NICKLIN, CHIEF CLERK.

OLYMPIA, WASH.:
0. C. WHITE,

STATE PRINTER.
1893.

JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE.

FIRST DAY.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
OLYMPIA, Wash., Monday, January 9, 1893.

12 o'clock M. Pursuant to law, the House of Representatives of the State of Wasbington met in regular session in the representatives hall in the state capitol at 12 o'clock, noon, and was called to order by T. G. Nicklin, chief clerk of the House at the last session of the state legislature.

On motion of Mr. Wheeler, the proceedings were opened with prayer by Rev. J. S. McCallum, of Olympia, Washington.

The following communication from the secretary of state was read: STATE OF WASHINGTON, OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE,

OLYMPIA, January 7, 1893. To the House of Representatives, State of Washington:

GENTLEMEN — I have the honor to transmit herewith a certified list containing the names of all persons elected as members of your honorable body at the last general election, as shown by the returns in my office, and the facts as officially certified to me of the result of the election in the Thirty-third representative district.

Very respectfully, ALLEN WEIR, Secretary of State.
STATE OF WASHINGTON, OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE,

OLYMPIA, January 7, 1893. I, Allen Weir, Secretary of State of the State of Washington, hereby certify that the annexed lists contain the names of all persons elected as members of the House of Representatives, State of Washington, at the last general election, as shown by the official returns in my office; and that said returns show a tie in the Thirty-third representative district between Wm. W. Gaskill and J. O. Edwards, leaving one seat vacant.

In witness whereof, I have hereunto attached my signature and the seal of the State of Washington. (SEAL.]

ALLEN WEIR, Secretary of State.

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