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Bob Ferguson

AGO 1954 NO. 200 >
MOTOR VEHICLES ‑- LICENSE FEES ‑- FORMULA FOR DETERMINATION OF GROSS WEIGHT FEES ON DIESEL POWERED FARM VEHICLES. If there are vehicles which qualify as diesel powered farm trucks the formula for determining gross weight fees, is the gross weight fee commensurate with the weight of the vehicle
AGO 1954 NO. 201 >
PUBLIC HOSPITAL DISTRICTS ‑- FORTY MILL LIMIT ‑- EXCESS LEVIES. The three mill levy authorized by law for public hospital districts is subject to the forty mill limitation contained in the Seventeenth Amendment of our state constitution.           
AGO 1954 NO. 202 >
HIGHWAYS ‑- STATUTORY LOCATION ‑- DEVIATION FROM UNDER TERMINOLOGY "IN THE VICINITY OF TOWNSHIP LINE COMMON TO TOWNSHIPS 38 NORTH AND 39 NORTH" A legislative act authorizing a highway in the vicinity of a township line is directional only, and construction in the general vicinity of the legislative
AGO 1954 NO. 203 >
PRECINCT COMMITTEEMEN ‑- QUALIFICATIONS FOR OFFICE ‑- TIE VOTE ‑- COUNTY CHAIRMAN ‑- FILLING OF VACANCIES ‑- FORMATION OF NEW PRECINCTS ‑- CENTRAL COMMITTEE'S POWERS OF SELF-GOVERNMENT. 1. (a) A person who has filed for the office of precinct committeeman and has received highest vote is entitled
AGO 1954 NO. 206 >
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ‑- PREMIUMS ‑- INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE ‑- EXTRAHAZARDOUS OCCUPATIONS. Office employees of employers under classes 7-1, 9-1, 9-2 and 46-1 are required by the provisions Rem. Rev. Stat. (Sup.) § 7676 (a) (cf. RCW 51.20.010 et seq.) to be reported under their respective classes and
AGO 1954 NO. 207 >
COUNTIES ‑- PURCHASE AND OPERATION OF ROCK CRUSHING, GRAVEL OR OTHER ROAD BUILDING MATERIAL EXTRACTION EQUIPMENT ‑- FUNDS AVAILABLE THEREFORE. County boards may make available the county road fund for the purchase and operation of rock crushing, gravel or other road building material extraction
AGO 1954 NO. 208 >
FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICTS ‑- CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- JOINT OWNERSHIP OF FACILITIES. A fire protection district may contract with a city or town for the joint ownership and occupancy of a fire hall.                  
AGO 1954 NO. 209 >
STATE BANKS ‑- MAY STATE BANKS LEGALLY GIVE SECURITY FOR DEPOSITS OF WASHINGTON STATE FRUIT COMMISSION. State banks in the state of Washington may legally give security for deposits of the Washington State Fruit Commission.             
AGO 1954 NO. 210 >
UNIFORM RECIPROCAL ENFORCEMENT OF SUPPORT ACT ‑- FILING FEES ‑- SHERIFF'S SERVICE FEES. The schedule of fees to be charged by county clerks for filing pleadings in the proceeding under the Uniform Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Act corresponds with that required in other civil actions.  
AGO 1954 NO. 211 >
CITIES ‑- CHARTER PROVISIONS ‑- INTERPRETATION OF SPECIFIC LANGUAGE ‑- OFFICE OF MAYOR "AS FULL TIME POSITION" Section 33A, proposed amendment to the charter of the city of Bellingham, if adopted, would require the mayor to keep his office open and to apply his personal time and attention to the