(1) The Washington State Liquor Control Board does not have the authority, under existing law, to restrict the on-premise sale of liquor by state licensees ". . . to customers who are seated at a table and also consuming food . . ." based upon a finding that a cocktail lounge or bar-type atmosphere would be compatible or disruptive to adjacent land uses. (2) A city may not, in the exercise of its police power, impose conditions or restrictions upon restaurant liquor licensees limiting the service of liquor for on-premise consumption to seated customers consuming food because such an ordinance would conflict with certain provisions of the state liquor code.
The amounts prescribed by RCW 68.08.107 for the establishment of a state toxicological laboratory at the University of Washington and for the salaries of the staff thereof, are a preferred charge upon that portion of the liquor revolving fund which is made up from license fees, penalties and forfeitures derived from Class H licenses and Class H licensees, and are to be paid from that portion of the funds allocated to the University of Washington under RCW 43.66.080.