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LIST OF MEMBERS ANNEXED TO CERTIFICATE OF SECRETARY OF STATE.

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* Mr. Merchant's name was corrected to read J. Merchant, Mr. Speck's name R. D. Speck and Mr. Keller's name C. F. Keller.

The roll of members-elect, as certified by the secretary of state, was called, and all of the members answered to their names except Mr. Rinehart, of King county.

Mr. McMillan nominated Mr. Morrison, of King county, for speaker pro tem. No other nominations were made, and the roll was called.

Mr. Morrison received 75 votes, to wit: Messrs. Anderson of

Whitman, Anderson of Wbatcom, Anderson of Pierce, Arrasmith,
Baker, Brock, Burton, Bush of Chehalis, Bush of Pacific, Cameron,
Collin, Cowan, Crockett, Denn, Durant, Edmonds, Egbert, Far-
rish, Foster, Gilman, Green, Greenberg, Hamill, Heliker, Hoole,
Hurd, Judson, Karr, Keller, Kelly, Kline, Leo, Letterman, Lud-
den, Mays, Mead, Meany, Mentzer, Merchant, Moore, Mulkey, Mc-
Elwain, McKenzie, McMillan, McMurphy, McNew, Nash, Nelson,
Neergaard, Payne, Pierce of Lewis, Pierce of Klickitat, Roscoe,
Roth, Sallee, Scott, Shadle, Shelton, Sherman, Smith of Okanogan,
Smith of Douglas, Smithson, Speck, Temple, Tucker, Tull, Turpin,
Washburn, Webb, Weed, Westfall, White, Wheeler, Winchell,
Woodworth - 75.

Mr. Rinehart was absent and not voting.
Mr. Morrison was declared elected as speaker pro tem.

Messrs. McMillan, White and Judson escorted the speaker pro tem. to the chair.

Mr. Mentzer nominated T. G. Nicklin, of Whatcom county, for chief clerk pro tem.

Mr. Shadle nominated J. B. Nation, of Pierce county, as a clerk

pro tem.

Messrs. Nicklin and Nation were elected clerks pro tem.

Justice J. P. Hoyt, of the supreme court, was invited within the bar, and administered the oath of office to the members-elect.

Mr. Mead moved that the House proceed to elect a speaker. The motion carried, and Mr. Mead nominated Mr. Hoole, of Clallam county. Mr. Anderson, of Whitman, seconded the nomination of Mr. Hoole.

Mr. Roscoe nominated Mr. Mentzer, of Thurston county. Messrs. Bush of Chehalis, Pierce of Lewis, and Ludden of Spokane, seconded the nomination of Mr. Mentzer. Mr. Gilman nominated Mr. Judson, of Pierce. Messrs. Mays,

. Turpin, Leo and Letterman seconded the nomination of Mr. Judson.

Mr. Baker nominated Mr. Burton, of Snohomish. Mr. Scott seconded the nomination of Mr. Burton.

There being no other nominations, the clerk called the roll.

FIRST BALLOT.

Mr. Hoole received 30 votes, to wit: Messrs. Anderson of Whitman, Anderson of Whatcom, Arrasmith, Brock, Bush of Pacific, Cameron, Farrish, Heliker, Karr, Keller, Kelly, Mead, Meany, Mentzer, Merchant, Morrison, McElwain, McMillan, McNew, Neergaard, Roth, Sallee, Speck, Tucker, Washburn, Webb, Weed, White, Wheeler, and Winchell.

Mr. Mentzer received 21 votes, to wit: Messrs. Bush of Chehalis, Greenberg, Hoole, Hurd, Judson, Ludden, Moore, McKenzie, McMurphy, Nash, Nelson, Pierce of Lewis, Pierce of Klickitat, Roscoe, Shadle, Sherman, Smithson, Temple, Tull, Westfall, and Woodworth.

Mr. Judson received 17 votes, to wit: Messrs. Anderson of Pierce, Cowan, Crockett, Edmonds, Foster, Gilman, Green, Hamill, Kline, Leo, Letterman, Mays, Mulkey, Payne, Shelton, Smith of Okanogan, and Turpin.

Mr. Burton received 7 votes, to wit: Messrs. Baker, Collin,
Denn, Durant, Egbert, Scott, and Smith of Douglas.

Mr. Burton voted for Mr. Baker.
No election.

A committee from the Senate appeared on the floor of the House and announced that the Senate was organized and ready for the transaction of business.

The House resumed balloting for speaker.

SECOND BALLOT.

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Mr. Hoole received 29 votes, to wit: Messrs. Anderson of Whitman, Anderson of Whatcom, Arrasmith, Brock, Bush of Pacific, Cameron, Farrish, Heliker, Karr, Keller, Kelly, Mead, Meany, Merchant, Morrison, McElwain, McMillan, McNew, Neergaard, Roth, Sallee, Speck, Tucker, Washburn, Webb, Weed, White, Wheeler, and Winchell.

Mr. Mentzer received 22 votes, to wit: Messrs. Bush of Chehalis, Collin, Greenberg, Hoole, Hurd, Judson, Ludden, Moore, McKenzie, McMurphy, Nash, Nelson, Pierce of Lewis, Pierce of Klickitat, Roscoe, Shadle, Sherman, Smithson, Temple, Tull, Westfall, and Woodworth.

Mr. Judson received 18 votes, to wit: Messrs. Anderson of Pierce, Cowan, Crockett, Edmonds, Foster, Gilman, Green, Hamill, Kline, Leo, Letterman, Mays, Mentzer, Mulkey, Payne, Shelton, Smith of Okanogan, and Turpin.

Mr. Burton received 6 votes, to wit: Messrs. Baker, Dunn, Durant, Egbert, Scott, and Smith of Douglas.

Mr. Burton voted for Mr. Baker.

Mr. Rinehart was absent.
No election.

THIRD BALLOT. Mr. Hoole received 29 votes, to wit: Messrs. Anderson of Whitman, Anderson of Whatcom, Arrasmith, Brock, Bush of Pacific, Cameron, Farrish, Heliker, Judson, Karr, Keller, Kelly, Mead, Meany, Merchant, Morrison, McElwain, McMillan, McNew, Neergaard, Roth, Sallee, Tucker, Washburn, Webb, Weed, White, Wheeler, and Wincbell.

Mr. Mentzer received 21 votes, to wit: Messrs. Bush of Chehalis, Collin, Greenberg, Hurd, Ludden, Moore, McKenzie, McMurphy, Nash, Nelson, Pierce of Lewis, Pierce of Klickitat, Roscoe, Shadle, Sherman, Smithson, Speck, Temple, Tull, Westfall, and Woodworth.

Mr. Judson received 19 votes, to wit: Messrs. Anderson of Pierce, Cowan, Crockett, Edmonds, Foster, Gilman, Green, Hamill, Hoole, Kline, Leo, Letterman, Mays, Mentzer, Mulkey, Payne, Shelton, Smith of Okanogan, and Turpin.

Mr. Burton received 6 votes, to wit: Messrs. Baker, Denn, Durant, Egbert, Scott, and Smith of Douglas.

Mr. Burton voted for Mr. Baker.
Mr. Rinehart was absent.
No election.

FOURTH BALLOT. Mr. Hoole received 30 votes, to wit: Messrs. Anderson of Whitman, Anderson of Whatcom, Arrasmith, Brock, Bush of Pacific, Cameron, Farrish, Heliker, Judson, Karr, Keller, Kelly, Mead, Meany, Merchant, Morrison, McElwain, McMillan, McNew, Neergaard, Roth, Sallee, Speck, Tucker, Washburn, Webb, Weed, White, Wheeler, and Winchell.

Mr. Mentzer received 20 votes, to wit: Messrs. Bush of Chehalis, Collin, Greenberg, Hurd, Ludden, Moore, McKenzie, McMurphy, Nash, Nelson, Pierce of Lewis, Pierce of Klickitat, Roscoe, Shadle, Sherman, Smithson, Temple, Tull, Westfall, and Woodworth.

Mr. Judson received 19 votes, to wit: Messrs. Anderson of Pierce, Cowan, Crockett, Edmonds, Foster, Gilman, Green, Hamill, Hoole, Kline, Leo, Letterman, Mays, Mentzer, Mulkey, Payne, Shelton, Smith of Okanogan, and Turpin.

Mr. Burton received six votes, to wit: Messrs. Baker, Denn, Durant, Egbert, Scott, and Smith of Douglas.

Mr. Burton voted for Mr. Baker.
Mr. Rinehart was absent.
No election.

FIFTH BALLOT.

Mr. Hoole received 28 votes, to wit: Messrs. Anderson of Whitman, Anderson of Whatcom, Arrasmith, Brock, Bush of Pacific, Cameron, Farrish, Heliker, Karr, Keller, Kelly, Mead, Meany, Merchant, Morrison, McElwain, McMillan, McNew, Neergaard, Roth, Sallee, Tucker, Washburn, Webb, Weed, White, Wheeler, and Wincbell.

Mr. Mentzer received 22 votes, to wit: Messrs. Bush of Chebalis, Collin, Greenberg, Hurd, Judson, Ludden, Moore, McKenzie, McMurphy, Nash, Nelson, Pierce of Lewis, Pierce of Klickitat, Roscoe, Shadle, Sherman, Smithson, Speck, Temple, Tull, Westfall, and Woodworth.

Mr. Judson received 17 votes, to wit: Messrs. Anderson of Pierce, Cowan, Crockett, Edmonds, Foster, Gilman, Green, Hamill, Kline, Leo, Letterman, Mays, Mulkey, Payne, Shelton, Smith of Okanogan, and Turpin.

Mr. Burton received 8 votes, to wit: Messrs. Baker, Denn, Durant, Egbert, Hoole, Mentzer, Scott, and Smith of Douglas.

Mr. Burton voted for Mr. Baker.
No election.

SIXTH BALLOT.

Mr. Hoole received 27 votes, to wit: Messrs. Anderson of Whitman, Anderson of Whatcom, Arrasmith, Brock, Bush of Pacific, Cameron, Farrish, Heliker, Keller, Kelly, Mead, Meany, Merchant, Morrison, McElwain, McMillan, McNew, Neergaard, Roth, Sallee, Tucker, Washburn, Webb, Weed, White, Wheeler, and Winchell.

Mr. Mentzer received 23 votes, to wit: Messrs. Bush of Chehalis, Collin, Greenberg, Hurd, Judson, Karr, Ludden, Moore, McKenzie, McMurphy, Nash, Nelson, Pierce of Lewis, Pierce of Klickitat, Roscoe, Shadle, Sherman, Smithson, Speck, Temple, Tull, Westfall, and Woodworth.

Mr. Judson received 17 votes, to wit: Messrs. Anderson of Pierce, Cowan, Crockett, Edmonds, Foster, Gilman, Green, Hamill, Kline, Leo, Letterman, Mays, Mulkey, Payne, Shelton, Smith of Okanogan, and Turpin.

Mr. Burton received 8 votes, to wit: Messrs. Baker, Denn, Durant, Egbert, Hoole, Mentzer, Scott, and Smith of Douglas.

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