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LAWS OF WASHINGTON
PASSED AT THE
Sixteenth Regular Session
[S. B. 1. )
AN Act appropriating the sum of one hundred and fifteen thous
and dollars ($115,000.00) or so much thereof as may be necessary for the expenses of the sixteenth legislature and declaring an emergency.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of
Washington: SECTION 1. That there be and there is hereby Appropriaappropriated out of the general fund, the sum of $115,000.00. one hundred and fifteen thousand dollars, ($115,000.00) or so much thereof as may be necessary to be used for the purpose of paying the expenses of the sixteenth legislature of the State of Washington.
SEC. 2. This act is necessary for the support of Emergency. state government and shall take effect immediately.
Passed the Senate January 13, 1919.
ing of the sixteenth legislature, and declaring an emergency.
SECTION 1. That there be, and there is hereby
appropriated out of the general fund the sum of
[S. B. 264, Session of 1917.)
AN ACT defining the crime of criminal syndicalism and prescrib-
ing punishment thereof.
SECTION 1. Criminal syndicalism is the doctrine
Sec. 2. Any person who:
(1) By word of mouth or writing, advocates Acts conor teaches the duty, necessity or propriety of crime, offense. sabotage, violence or other unlawful methods of terrorism as a means of accomplishing industrial or political reform; or
(2) Prints, publishes, edits, issues or knowingly circulates, sells, distributes or publicly displays any book, paper, document or written matter in any form, containing or advocating, advising or teaching the doctrine that industrial or political reform should be brought about by crime, sabotage, violence or other unlawful methods of terrorism; or
(3) Openly, wilfully and deliberately justifies, by word of mouth or writing, the commission or the attempt to commit crime, sabotage, violence or other unlawful methods of terrorism with intent to exemplify, spread or advocate the propriety of the doctrines of criminal syndicalism; or
(4) Organizes or helps to organize, or becomes a member of or voluntarily assembles with any society, group or assemblage of persons formed to teach or advocate the doctrines of criminal syndical- Penalty. ism is guilty of a felony and punishable by imprisonment in the state prison for not more than ten years (10) or by a fine of not more than five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) or both.
Sec. 3. Whenever two or more persons assemble for the purpose of advocating or teaching the doc
syndicalism. trines of criminal syndicalism as defined in this act, such an assemblage is unlawful and every person voluntarily participating therein by his presence, aid or instigation is guilty of a felony and punishable by imprisonment in the state prison for not more Penalty. than ten years (10) or by a fine of not more than five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) or both.
Sec. 4. The owner, agent, superintendent, jani- Permitting tor, caretaker or occupant of any place, building or premises.
Assemblages to promote
room, who wilfully and knowingly permits therein
Passed the Senate February 26, 1917.
Passed over the Governor's veto January 14, 1919.
[H. B. 390, Session of 1917.)
REGULATING PRACTICE OF OSTEOPATHY.
An Act to regulate the system, method or science of healing
known as osteopathy as taught and practiced by graduates of schools of osteopathy and surgery recognized by the Association of Osteopathic Colleges and creating a board of examination and registration for the regulation of the same and providing penalties for the violation of this act and declaring that this act is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health and safety and shall take effect im
mediately. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of
Washington: SECTION 1. There is hereby created a board of osteopathic examiners of the State of Washington to consist of five members, who shall be licensed active practitioners of osteopathy in this state. Within thirty days after the passage of this act the Governor shall appoint five members to this board. The Governor shall also have the power to fill any and all vacancies. The appointment of each member
Board of examiners.