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Rules of the House
State Legislature of Washington. Legalia
TOGETHER WITH THE
Constitution of the U. S., Enabling Act, State
and Assessed Valuation.
SESSION OF 1925
W. LON JOHNSON, FLOYD B. DANSKIN,
Lieutenant Governor. Speaker of the House. VICTOR ZEDNICK, C. R. MAYBURY,
Secretary of the Senate. Chief Clerk, House.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 3.
By Committee on Printing.
Resolved, By the Senate, the House concurring, that the Secretary of the Senate, and the Chief Clerk of the House, be authorized and directed to cause to be printed seven hundred copies of the Legislative Manual for the session of 1925, said manual to be published on a page 6x3 34 inches, printed in 17 ems pica; the standing committees, committee assignments, joint rules, Senate and House rules to be set in eightpoint leaded and the remainder to be set in sixpoint solid, with head notes only; the said secretary and chief clerk be authorized and instructed to cause a sufficient number of said manuals to be bound in limp leather to supply all members of the Senate and House of Representatives and the assistant clerks of said houses; the remainder of the total edition of seven hundred copies to be in cloth binding.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED
Section 1. Legislative powers; in whom vested.
Sec. 2. House of Representatives, how and by whom chosen-Qualifications of a RepresentativeRepresentatives and direct taxes, how apportioned
-Census-Vacancies to be filled-Power of choosing officers, and of impeachment.
Sec. 3. Senators, how and by whom chosenHow classified-State Executive to make temporary appointments, in case, etc.-Qualifications of a Senator-President of the Senate, his right to vote-President pro tem., and other officers of Senate, how chosen-Power to try impeachmentWhen president is tried, Chief Justice to presideSentence.
Sec. 4. Times, etc., of holding elections, how prescribed-One session in each year.
Sec. 5. Membership-Quorum — Adjournments Rules-Power to punish or expel-Journal-Time of adjournment limited, unless, etc.
Sec. 6. Compensation-Privileges--Disqualification in certain cases.
Sec. 7. House to originate all revenue billsVeto-Bill may be passed by two-thirds of each house notwithstanding, etc.- Bill not returned in ten days—Provisions as to all orders, etc., except, etc.
Sec. 8. Powers of Congress.
Sec. 9. Provision as to migration or importation of certain persons—Habeas Corpus-Bills of attainder, etc.—Taxes, how apportioned-No export duty -No commercial preference-No money drawn from treasury, unless, etc.—No titular nobilityOfficers not to receive presents, unless, etc.
Sec. 10. States prohibited from the exercise of certain powers.
ARTICLE II. Section 1. President; his term of office-Electors of President; number and how appointed-Electors to vote on same day—Qualification of PresidentOn whom his duties devolve in case of his removal, death, etc.-President's compensation-His oath.
Sec. 2. President to be commander-in-chief-He may require opinion of, etc, and may pardon