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AGO 1974 No. 18 >  August 15, 1974
LABOR - MINIMUM WAGE - HOTELS - RESTAURANTS - MINIMUM WAGE FOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES
LABOR ‑- MINIMUM WAGE ‑- HOTELS ‑- RESTAURANTS ‑- MINIMUM WAGE FOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES In the case of a hotel or restaurant that is subject to both the Washington minimum wage act and the federal fair labor standards act, that hotel or restaurant, as an employer, is required to pay its eligible employees at least the $1.80 per hour minimum wage now required by RCW 49.46.020 even though a lesser minimum hourly wage could be paid under the federal act because of the credits for tips, board and lodging that are allowed under that act.
AGO 1967 No. 4 >  February 6, 1967
CRIMES - HOTELS - LANDLORD AND TENANT - CLASSIFICATION OF CRIME OF OBTAINING ACCOMMODATIONS BY FRAUD
CRIMES ‑ HOTELS - LANDLORD AND TENANT - CLASSIFICATION OF CRIME OF OBTAINING ACCOMMODATIONS BY FRAUD Where facts occur which constitute a violation of both RCW 9.45.040 and RCW 19.48.110 (relating to obtaining accommodations by fraud), the crime is to be regarded as a gross misdemeanor pursuant to the provisions of the latter statute.
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