OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE INSTITUTIONS - CONSTRUCTION OF NEEDFUL BUILDINGS - BONDS - GENERAL OBLIGATION - USE FOR PURCHASE OF NEW INSTITUTIONS
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE INSTITUTIONS ‑- CONSTRUCTION OF NEEDFUL BUILDINGS ‑- BONDS ‑- GENERAL OBLIGATION ‑- USE FOR PURCHASE OF NEW INSTITUTIONS Revenue derived from the sale of general obligation bonds authorized by chapter 299, Laws of 1957, may be used only for construction of facilities at existing state‑operated charitable, educational and penal institutions and may not be used for the construction of a new intermediate correctional institution or the purchase of Martha Washington School for girls, Luther Burbank School for boys and Yakima Valley School at Selah. The legislature may, by two-thirds majority vote of both houses following referendum approval of the act, amend it to provide for the purchase and construction of such facilities.
STATE INSTITUTIONS - DIVISION OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH - SYSTEM FOR FORT WORDEN SCHOOL AND SELAH HOSPITAL - MERIT - OFFICES AND OFFICERS - DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS - MERIT SYSTEM FOR FORT WORDEN SCHOOL AND SELAH HOSPITAL
STATE INSTITUTIONS ‑- DIVISION OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH ‑- MERIT SYSTEM FOR FORT WORDEN SCHOOL AND SELAH HOSPITAL -- OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS ‑- MERIT SYSTEM FOR FORT... The employees of the Selah hospital for mentally deficient children are covered by the statutory merit system of the division of children and youth contained in RCW 43.19.290 through 43.19.360, and the employees of the Fort Worden school are also covered.
STATE INSTITUTIONS - CONTRACTS, COMPROMISE OF BY STATE AUDITOR
STATE INSTITUTIONS ‑- CONTRACTS, COMPROMISE OF BY STATE AUDITOR The State Auditor has the right to compromise a claim against the state arising from an alleged breach of contract.
BONDS - CONSTITUTIONALITY - STATE INSTITUTIONS - RENTAL HOUSING - EMPLOYEES
BONDS, CONSTITUTIONALITY, STATE INSTITUTIONS, RENTAL HOUSING, EMPLOYEES (a) A legislative act permitting private corporations to construct, own, and rent housing on grounds of state institutions to employees thereof probably would be constitutional. (b) Legislation permitting rental housing for employees of state institutions such housing to be constructed from the proceeds of a bond issue, the bonds being retired from the rentals, would be constitutional. (c) Legislation pledging rentals from existing housing, for employees of state institutions, in aid of the retirement of a bond issue for new housing for the same purpose, would be constitutional. (d) Legislation providing for one bond issue for all rental housing to be constructed for employees of state institutions would be valid if the overall financing plan is constitutional.