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AGO Opinions with Topic: VIOLATIONS
AGO 1962 No. 184 >  December 18, 1962
CITIES AND TOWNS - THIRD CLASS - ORDINANCES - VIOLATIONS - PROSECUTION BY CITY ATTORNEY
CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- THIRD CLASS ‑- ORDINANCES ‑- VIOLATIONS ‑- PROSECUTION BY CITY ATTORNEY The chief of police of third class cities may not represent the city as its attorney in the prosecution of ordinance violations before a police judge but must act through the city attorney in actual prosecution.
AGO 1965 No. 3 >  January 14, 1965
TRADING STAMPS - LICENSE REQUIREMENT - REDEMPTION IN MERCHANDISE - ORIGINAL PACKAGE EXEMPTION - ISSUANCE BUT NOT DIRECT REDEMPTION OF COUPONS OR TRADING STAMPS BY MANUFACTURER - MANUFACTURER - VIOLATIONS
TRADING STAMPS - LICENSE REQUIREMENT ‑- REDEMPTION IN MERCHANDISE ‑- ORIGINAL PACKAGE EXEMPTION ‑- ISSUANCE BUT NOT DIRECT REDEMPTION OF COUPONS OR TRADING STAMPS BY MANUFACTURER ‑- MANUFACTURER… A license is required under the Washington trading stamp law where several manufacturers affix to their products coupons or trading stamps which purchasers may commingle and use to obtain merchandise premiums from a single organization promoting and advertising the plan since the manufacturer is not issuing and directly redeeming the coupons or stamps as required by the original package exemption allowed by RCW 19.83.040.
AGO 1955 No. 122 >  July 29, 1955
MOTOR VEHICLE CODE - VIOLATIONS - VENUE - JUSTICES OF THE PEACE
MOTOR VEHICLE CODE ‑- VIOLATIONS ‑- VENUE ‑- JUSTICES OF THE PEACE The venue provision of RCW 46.52.100 (§ 2, chapter 393, Laws of 1955, applies to all violations of the motor vehicle code.
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