ADDITIONAL HOTEL/MOTEL TAXES

        March and April 1996 Distributions
        For January-February 1996 Activity
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                           MARCH              APRIL          YEAR TO DATE
AREA                   DISTRIBUTIONS      DISTRIBUTIONS      DISTRIBUTIONS
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Chelan(1)               $  2,572.71        $  2,988.10       $    9,847.72
Leavenworth(1)             3,901.21           2,975.41           21,414.80
Wenatchee(1)               8,615.92          11,746.63           42,026.21
Cowlitz County(2)          9,230.90          14,709.75           43,619.66
East Wenatchee(3)          1,758.28           2,204.47            7,533.40
Pasco(4)                   9,457.03          10,030.35           36,605.40
Grays Harbor County(5)    16,326.71          13,173.83           60,352.55
Ocean Shores(5)           10,381.53          15,234.38           58,582.51
Westport(5)                2,046.07           1,738.47            7,704.65
Bellevue(6)              120,785.70         128,619.67          491,783.31
Pierce County(7)          18,066.93          14,457.68           56,841.81
Buckley(7)                     ---D               ---D                ---D
Eatonville(7)                  ---D               ---D                ---D
Fife(7)                   10,541.60          14,779.66           47,516.97
Puyallup(7)                2,188.79           2,225.46            7,863.07
Tacoma(7)                 25,659.51          27,513.51           98,376.60
Snohomish County(8)       38,728.47          47,008.28          178,643.29
Spokane County(9)         47,657.29          72,707.43          277,093.67
Yakima City (10)          21,624.34          24,820.75           46,445.09
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Notes

(1)  In Chelan County, Leavenworth imposed a special hotel/motel
     tax of 1 percent effective   September 1, 1995, Wenatchee
     imposed a special hotel/motel tax of 2 percent effective
     October 1, 1995, and Chelan imposed a special hotel/motel
     tax of 2 percent effective November 1, 1995.  Businesses
     providing transient lodging (including campsites) within the
     city limits of these cities must collect the tax which is to
     be used for promotion of tourism.

(2)  Cowlitz County began collecting an additional 2 percent
     special hotel/motel tax in October 1993 for tourism
     facilities development.

(3)  The city of East Wenatchee (Douglas County) is authorized to
     levy a 2 percent special hotel/motel tax effective September
     1, 1995.  Businesses providing transient lodging (including
     campsites) within the city limits must collect the tax which
     is to be used for promotion of tourism.

(4)  In October 1993, Pasco (Franklin County) began collecting a
     2 percent special hotel/motel tax for a trade, recreation,
     and agricultural center.

(5)  In Grays Harbor County, Ocean Shores is authorized to levy
     an additional 3 percent hotel/motel tax for a city
     convention and trade center, and Westport levies an
     additional 3 percent hotel/motel tax for visitor and tourism
     promotion and development.  Effective November 1, 1993, the
     county adopted the 3 percent hotel/motel tax; the funds are
     to be used for attracting visitors and for tourism
     expansion.

(6)  The Bellevue (King County) convention and trade center tax
     rate of 3 percent was effective January 1989 and is levied
     on establishments with 60 or more units.
     
(7) Pierce County and cities in the county are authorized to
     levy an additional hotel/motel tax of 2 percent on all
     hotel/motel lodging for visitor and convention promotion and
     development.  County must provide a credit against its
     additional hotel/motel tax for any city additional
     hotel/motel tax paid.  Because Buckley and Eatonville
     contain fewer than three hotels, the amounts distributed
     cannot be disclosed.

(8)  Snohomish County adopted a 2 percent additional hotel/motel
     tax effective September 1, 1994.  The tax applies to all
     businesses that provide lodging (including campsites) in all
     areas of the county.

(9)  The Spokane County Public Facilities District is authorized
     to levy an additional hotel/motel tax for the construction
     of a sports and entertainment arena.  The rate is 2 percent
     on all hotel/motel lodging with 40 or more units.

(10) The city of Yakima (Yakima County) imposed a special
     hotel/motel tax of 3 percent effective January 1, 1996.
     Businesses providing transient lodging (including sites for
     recreational vehicles and camping) within the city limits
     must collect the new tax in addition to the combined state
     and local sales tax.