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STATE OF WASHINGTON
SESSION OF 1899.
COMPILED IN CHAPTERS, WITH MARGINAL NOTES,
BY WILL D. JENKINS, SECRETARY OF STATE.
LAWS OF WASHINGTON.
[S. B. No. 1.)
much thereof as may be necessary, for expenses of the sixth
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Washington :
SECTION 1. That there be and is hereby appropriated Appropriatlon
Passed the Senate January 10, 1899. .
[S. B. No. 250, session 1897.]
AN Act for the relief of George W. Babcock.
SECTION 1. That the sum of seventeen hundred and 82:745 relief
Babcock, for plans and specifications for, and superintending the construction of, the new cell wing of the state penitentiary.
SEC. 2. The state auditor is hereby authorized and directed to audit the claim of the said George W. Babcock, and if the same be found a just and proper charge and claim against the State of Washington, to draw a warrant on the state treasurer for said sum in favor of the said George W. Babcock, and the said state treasurer is hereby directed to pay said warrant out of any funds in the said treasury, not otherwise appropriated.
Passed the Senate February 27, 1897.
From information and belief I consider this claim unjust. The claimant has his remedy in the courts. The bill is vetoed this 18th day of March, 1897.
J. R. ROGERS, Governor.
[Endorsed:] Vetoed Senate Bill No. 250. An act for the relief of George W. Babcock. Filed in the office of the Secretary of State March 18, 1897.
WILL D. JENKINS, Secretary of State. Received from Governor January 13, 1899. Bill and veto message read in full January 17, 1899. Passed by the following vote: yeas 32, nay 1, absent 1, total 34.
DUDLEY ESHELMAN, Secretary of Senate. Received from the Senate January 18, 1899. Set for special order of business January 19, 1899, at eleven o'clock. Passed by the following vote: yeas 65, nays 5, absent 8, total 78.
W. F. DILLON, Chief Clerk House of Representatives. Filed in the office of Secretary of State January 20, 1899.
WILL D. JENKINS, Secretary of State.