OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE - MILITIA - ADJUTANT GENERAL - ASSISTANT ADJUTANTS GENERAL - COMPENSATION
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- MILITIA ‑- ADJUTANT GENERAL ‑- ASSISTANT ADJUTANTS GENERAL ‑- COMPENSATION The adjutant general and the two assistant adjutants general of the state of Washington while on active duty as such officers should each receive pay and allowances prescribed for his military rank by the current federal laws and regulations for an officer of his grade and years of service.
ADJUTANT GENERAL - NATIONAL GUARD - ARMORIES - CAPITAL OUTLAYS UNDER SECTION 2, CHAPTER 288, LAWS OF 1953 - NATIONAL DEFENSE FACILITIES ACT
ADJUTANT GENERAL ‑- NATIONAL GUARD ‑- ARMORIES ‑- CAPITAL OUTLAYS UNDER SECTION 2, CHAPTER 288, LAWS OF 1953 ‑- NATIONAL DEFENSE FACILITIES ACT Any expenditure from monies appropriated by section 2, chapter 288, Laws of 1953, for "capital outlays, armories, to carry out the provisions of Senate Bill No. 110 (chapter 181, Laws of 1953)" may be made to satisfy conditions necessary to obtain federal contributions under the National Defense Facilities Act of 1950.
APPROPRIATION - ADJUTANT GENERAL - STATE MEMBERSHIP IN NATIONAL GUARD
APPROPRIATION ‑- ADJUTANT GENERAL ‑- STATE MEMBERSHIP IN NATIONAL GUARD Payment of dues for state membership in the National Guard Association may legally be made if the Adjutant General finds that the service to the National Guard results from such membership.
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE - ADJUTANT GENERAL - ACTIVE SERVICE - OUTSIDE EMPLOYMENT BY STATE ADJUTANT GENERAL
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- ADJUTANT GENERAL ‑- ACTIVE SERVICE ‑- OUTSIDE EMPLOYMENT BY STATE ADJUTANT GENERAL
(1) Under RCW 38.12.030 the governor, in appointing the state adjutant general, is required to order said appointee to active service as defined by RCW 38.04.010 and RCW 38.38.004.
(2) In view of those statutory definitions, the position of state adjutant general must be deemed to be a full-time job; while this does not mean that the adjutant general may not also have some other employment, it does mean that any such other employment must be secondary to the state position.
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE - ADJUTANT GENERAL - DETERMINATION OF COMPENSATION
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- ADJUTANT GENERAL ‑- DETERMINATION OF COMPENSATION It is not lawful for the state adjutant general, in view of his outside private employment, to be paid as full compensation for his services as adjutant general an annual salary lower than that prescribed by RCW 38.12.030.