Washington State

Office of the Attorney General

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

AGO 1950 NO. 229 > Mar 1 1950
PORT DISTRICTS -- LESS THAN ENTIRE COUNTY Where, in the formation of a port district containing only a portion of a county, it is impossible to obey the provisions of section 9690 Rem. Rev. Stat. as to division of the port district into three commissioner districts of approximately equal population
AGO 1950 NO. 230 > Mar 2 1950
MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS -- FIRST CLASS CITIES, PRIVATELY OWNED MUSEUMS -- POWER TO ASSIST IN SUPPORT OF A city of the first class which neither owns nor maintains a museum and the exhibits therein may not donate municipal funds for its support
AGO 1950 NO. 231 > Mar 2 1950
STATE ATHLETIC COMMISSION -- LICENSES --TAX ON GROSS RECEIPTS -- CONTESTS FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES Any person, club, corporation, organization, association or fraternal society conducting boxing or wrestling contests, regardless of the fact that the proceeds of the matches will be used for
AGO 1950 NO. 232 > Mar 3 1950
NATIONAL GUARD OFFICERS -- ENLISTED MEN AND CIVILIANS -- LIABILITY UNDER FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ACT Officers and enlisted men on active duty in the Militia are not liable for accidents and the Financial Responsibility Act does not apply. Civilian employees are not protected by Militia Act.  The
AGO 1950 NO. 233 > Mar 3 1950
WASHINGTON STATE REFORMATORY -- DUTY OF ACCEPTING PRISONERS The Washington State Reformatory is justified in receiving a prisoner if copies of the judgment and sentence are delivered to the institution without the delivery of any "warrant of commitment
AGO 1950 NO. 234 > Mar 6 1950
STATE BANKING CORPORATIONS State banking corporations are not subject to the provisions of chapter 170, Laws of 1949 (3803-32 1/2 and 32 3/4 Rem. Supp. 1949
AGO 1950 NO. 235 > Mar 13 1950
UNIFORM FLUID MILK ACT AND CITY MILK ORDINANCES Conflicting city milk ordinances are superseded by Uniform Fluid Milk Act (Chapter 168, Laws of 1949
AGO 1950 NO. 236 > Mar 14 1950
REORGANIZATION OF SCHOOL DISTRICTS Such special election as the county superintendent of schools is required to call under section 19, chapter 266, Laws of 1947, are not subject to the limitations set forth in sections 1 and 2, chapter 161, Laws of 1949
AGO 1950 NO. 237 > Mar 21 1950
TRANSFER OF SCHOOL DISTRICT FUNDS School board may transfer funds on a temporary loan basis from the district's building fund to its general fund
AGO 1950 NO. 238 > Mar 22 1950
MUNICIPAL BUILDING ORDINANCES ‑- DUTY OF SCHOOL DISTRICTS TO COMPLY WITH School district erecting buildings within municipalities may be required to comply with municipal building ordinances, provided that they are reasonable

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