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AGO Opinions with Topic: SUFFICIENCY OF TITLE
AGO 1953 No. 500 >  March 23, 1953
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - SUBJECTS AND TITLES - SINGLE SUBJECT - SUFFICIENCY OF TITLE - STATE DEPARTMENTS - PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS - AT STATE CAPITOL
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW ‑- SUBJECTS AND TITLES ‑- SINGLE SUBJECT ‑- SUFFICIENCY OF TITLE ‑- STATE DEPARTMENTS ‑- PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS ‑- AT STATE CAPITOL Senate Bill No. 244 providing for the construction of a state office building in Seattle, to be paid for with employees retirement system funds does not contravene Constitution, Article II, §§ 19 or 37, nor does it impliedly repeal section 20, chapter 7, Laws of 1921.
AGO 1951 No. 054 >  May 25, 1951
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - CONSTRUCTION OF STATUTES - STATUTES - SUFFICIENCY OF TITLE
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW ‑- CONSTRUCTION OF STATUTES ‑- STATUTES ‑- SUFFICIENCY OF TITLE

Chapter 236, Laws of 1951 is unconstitutional as to section 5 inasmuch as the subject of that section is not germane to, nor included in, the title.  Chapter 115, Laws of 1951, complies with all constitutional requirements and requires you to make the disbursements set forth therein.

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