Washington State

Office of the Attorney General

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

AGO 1951 NO. 426 >
HIGHWAY BONDS ‑- CONSTITUTIONAL LAW ‑- STATE INDEBTEDNESS The entire motor vehicle fund may not be pledged to secure a bonded indebtedness.                           
AGO 1951 NO. 427 >
SPECIAL SCHOOL LEVIES Special school levies are limited to one year.                                       
AGO 1951 NO. 428 >
FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT ‑- LEVY IN EXCESS OF FOUR MILLS A Fire Protection District may not, even when so authorized by a vote of its electors, levy a property tax at a rate in excess of four mills.                  
AGO 1951 NO. 429 >
COUNTY AND STATE AID TO INDIGENT VETERANS There is no qualification as to length of service in regard to benefits under the Soldiers' and Sailors' Indigent Fund.                       
AGO 1951 NO. 430 >
STATE SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND -- OBLIGATIONS TO OTHER PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED -- COMPULSORY ATTENDANCE 1. The State School for the Blind must accept all blind students who are residents of the State of Washington who are between the ages of six and twenty-one years.  Other physical
AGO 1951 NO. 431 >
COUNTIES ‑- FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO PRIVATE CEMETERY ASSOCIATIONS Counties may not give financial assistance to a private cemetery association for the purpose of expanding the cemetery facilities of such an association.              
AGO 1951 NO. 432 >
VETERAN'S PREFERENCE IN CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYMENT 1. Statutory veteran's preference shall be applied on a combined total of mental examination and credits earned for physical fitness, where such credits are authorized under the civil service rules of a municipality, upon an examination for a
AGO 1951 NO. 433 >
PILOTAGE LICENSE A pilotage license applicant who has voluntarily surrendered his license and/or permitted it to expire, is then in the position of a new applicant.                        
AGO 1951 NO. 434 >
REFERENCE STATUTE ADOPTING FEDERAL LAWS OR REGULATIONS A penal statute which requires a court to consider Federal statutes and regulations as a standard in determining violations thereof is valid.                 
AGO 1951 NO. 435 >
CONSTITUTIONS -- CONSTRUCTION OF Constitutional provisions must be construed together to give effect to all provisions.