Legislature(1995 - 1996)
1995-05-16 House JournalFull Journal pdf
1995-05-16 House Journal Page 2244 HB 286 A message dated May 16, 1995, was read stating the Senate has passed CSHB 286(FIN) am with the following amendment and it is transmitted for consideration: SENATE CS FOR CS FOR HOUSE BILL NO. 286(FIN) "An Act providing an exemption from gambling and certain alcoholic beverage laws for gambling conducted by cruise ships for their ticketed passengers in the offshore water of the state; relating to promotions on board cruise ships; defining 'cruise ship'; providing for exemption procedures for certain cruise ships before they can conduct gambling in the offshore water of the state; providing an exemption from the coin-operated device tax for cruise ships exempted from the gambling laws; and providing for an effective date." 1995-05-16 House Journal Page 2245 HB 286 Representative Vezey moved that the House concur in the Senate amendment to CSHB 286(FIN) am, thus adopting SCS CSHB 286(FIN), and recommended that the members vote yes. The question being: "Shall the House concur in the Senate amendment to CSHB 286(FIN) am?" The roll was taken with the following result: SCS CSHB 286(FIN) Concur YEAS: 27 NAYS: 12 EXCUSED: 0 ABSENT: 1 Yeas: Austerman, Brice, Brown, Davies, B.Davis, G.Davis, Elton, Finkelstein, Foster, Green, Grussendorf, Ivan, Kott, Kubina, Mackie, MacLean, Moses, Navarre, Nicholia, Phillips, Porter, Robinson, Rokeberg, Toohey, Vezey, Williams, Willis Nays: Barnes, Bunde, James, Kelly, Kohring, Martin, Masek, Mulder, Ogan, Parnell, Sanders, Therriault Absent: Hanley And so, the House concurred in the Senate amendment, thus adopting SCS CSHB 286(FIN). Representative Vezey moved and asked unanimous consent that the roll call on the passage of the bill be considered the roll call on the effective date clause. There being no objection, it was so ordered. The Chief Clerk was instructed to so notify the Senate. SCS CSHB 286(FIN) was referred to the Chief Clerk for enrollment. Representative Vezey moved and asked unanimous consent that the House recess until 7:05 p.m. There being no objection, the House recessed at 6:49 p.m.