The Quinault Tribal Council is not entitled to an exemption from payment of license fees under the provisions of RCW 46.16.020 for those vehicles owned by the Council and operated by the Tribe for the benefit of persons living within the boundaries of the Quinault Reservation whether Indian or non-Indian.
On and after June 7, 1951, the Department of Conservation and Development is required to charge and collect the fees for filing and recording a permit to appropriate water fixed by section 5, chapter 57, Laws of 1951 (90.04.040 RCW [[RCW 90.04.040]]).
(1) A real-estate broker or salesman whose license has been suspended by order of the director is entitled to have his license reinstated upon a lifting of the suspension without the payment of additional fees. (2) A broker or salesman who has not paid his 1953 license fee prior to the effective date of the act increasing such fees must pay the new fee. (3) A temporary license issued to a salesman need not be replaced by a temporary permit under the 1953 act. (4) Applications for transfers of an associate broker's or salesman's license to a new broker not received in proper form and with the requisite fee prior to June 11, 1953, are governed by the higher fee schedule of the 1953 act.
If there are vehicles which qualify as diesel powered farm trucks the formula for determining gross weight fees, is the gross weight fee commensurate with the weight of the vehicle increased by twenty-five percent, then divided in half.