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Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

AGO 1951 NO. 142 >
WASHINGTON COMMISSION MERCHANTS ACT -- COMMISSION FIRMS -- LIVESTOCK -- INTERSTATE AND INTRASTATE COMMERCE A livestock commission firm operating in Washington, licensed by the Federal Government, and engaged in intrastate as well as interstate commerce, is subject to chapter 197, Laws of 1939, to
AGO 1951 NO. 143 >
MOTOR VEHICLES ‑- EXCESS WEIGHT ‑- APPLICATION TO VEHICLES IN COMBINATION The excess weight provisions of chapter 269, Laws of 1951, are applicable to a vehicle within a combination of vehicles, or when outside a combination of vehicles
AGO 1951 NO. 144 >
LIABILITY OF CREDIT UNIONS FOR UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION CONTRIBUTIONS State‑chartered credit unions are liable for unemployment compensation contributions except where the remuneration paid to any employee does not exceed in any quarter the sum of $50.00 or where the service is performed by a
AGO 1951 NO. 145 >
COUNTY JAILS ‑- PRISONERS ‑- PRISONERS WORKING -- EMPLOYMENT -- NONSUPPORT PAY Prisoners in county jails may only be compelled to work (1) not more than eight hours a day, (2) on public roads, county buildings and county grounds, (3) designated by the county commissioners, (4) under general rules
AGO 1951 NO. 146 >
CITIES ‑- FIREMEN'S PENSION FUND ‑- "ADDITIONAL" ONE MILL LEVY ‑- EXCEEDING CITY FIFTEEN MILL LEVY LIMIT When the amount of the mandatory one mill levy prescribed by chapter 72, Laws of 1951 (RCW 41.16.060), together with the other estimated income, is insufficient to meet the estimated
AGO 1951 NO. 147 >
INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE ‑- EMPLOYEES COVERED UNDER "WORK PERFORMED BY MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE EMPLOYEES IN STORES, BUILDINGS AND ESTABLISHMENTS Chapter 246, Laws of 1951, declaring certain employment extrahazardous, supplements existing definitions and classifications, and declares work by service and
AGO 1951 NO. 149 >
BLIND ‑- AID TO ‑- STUDENTS ATTENDING INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING ‑- PRIVATE AS WELL AS PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS The phrase "institution of higher learning" includes both public and private institutions and payments can be made to either type of institution to carry out the provisions of the act
AGO 1951 NO. 150 >
WEED DISTRICTS ‑- EFFECT OF INVALIDITY OF SECTION 1, CHAPTER 107, LAWS OF 1951 Should section 1, chapter 107, Laws of 1951, be held invalid, the statutes relative to the weed districts as existed prior to chapter 107, would come into effect
AGO 1951 NO. 151 >
COUNTIES -- DISTRIBUTION OF LIQUOR REVENUES TO -- LAST FEDERAL CENSUS THEREOF 1. In addition to the federal decennial census the population of a county as determined by special federal census or sample survey shall be used in determining the ratio between counties for distribution of liquor
AGO 1951 NO. 152 >
COUNTIES ‑- AIRPORTS ‑- DISPOSITION OF REMAINING FUNDS DERIVED FROM OPERATION OF AIRPORT UPON TRANSFER OF PHYSICAL ASSETS Upon the transfer of the physical assets of the Clallam County Airport to the Clallam County Port District the funds remaining in the county airport fund and which were derived