Washington State

Office of the Attorney General

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

AGO 1950 NO. 405 > Dec 18 1950
PAYMENT OF FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS FOR COUNTY TB HOSPITAL OUT OF CURRENT EXPENSE FUND Premiums for fire insurance on the county tuberculosis hospital may be paid out of county current expense fund
AGO 1950 NO. 406 > Dec 27 1950
SCHOOL DISTRICT -- SPECIAL ELECTIONS -- GENERAL MAINTENANCE -- REPLACEMENT OF ATHLETIC FIELD FLOOD LIGHTS A special election of a school district providing moneys for general maintenance does not authorize use of current expense moneys of the school district to replace lights on its athletic field
AGO 1950 NO. 407 > Dec 27 1950
WATER DISTRICTS -- COMMISSIONERS -- COMPENSATION The provision for compensation of water district commissioners relates only to reimbursement for the time spent and reasonable expenses incurred in carrying out their governmental or administrative functions as commissioners, and does not provide a
AGO 1950 NO. 408 > Dec 29 1950
LEGISLATURE ‑- VACANCY ‑- PROSPECTIVE APPOINTMENT The death of a newly elected member of the House of Representatives subsequent to his election, but prior to this taking of office on the second Monday in January following his election, does not create any vacancy in the office at the time of his
AGO 1950 NO. 409 > Dec 28 1950
PROPOSED LEGISLATIVE CHANGES IN INITIATIVE 178 1. The legislature cannot amend the provisions of Initiative 178 by setting the maximum or ceiling values on home or personal property. 2. The legislature cannot prescribe administrative procedures to be followed by the department in carrying out the
AGO 1950 NO. 410 > Dec 29 1950
DIRECTOR OF HEALTH MAY SPECIFY CERTAIN GROUPS OF RECIPIENTS UNDER INITIATIVE 178 TO USE COUNTY FACILITIES --DIRECTOR OF HEALTH IS CHARGED WITH RESPONSIBILITY OF EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS UNDER INITIATIVE 178 Under Initiative 178, section 15, the State Board of Health may establish a policy in counties
AGO 1950 NO. 411 > Dec 30 1950
SCHOOLS ‑- ELECTIONS ‑- CANDIDATES ‑- FILING The provisions of section 6, chapter 161, Laws of 1949 (Rem. Rev. Stat. 5166-4) relative to filing declarations of candidacy, controls and supersedes the provisions of section 5032, relative to nominative petitions for the election of directors in school
AGO 1950 NO. 412 > Dec 29 1950
STATE TRAINING SCHOOL ‑- GIRLS ‑- ALL SUBORDINATE OFFICERS BEING WOMEN The term "subordinate officers" as found in the statute relates only to administrative positions

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