Washington State

Office of the Attorney General

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

AGO 1955 NO. 71 > May 9 1955
CAPITOL BUILDINGS ‑- NEW CONSTRUCTION ‑- RESPONSIBILITY FOR LOCATION OF SITE ‑- ARCHITECTURAL PLANS AND SERVICES ‑- AND INITIATION OF ACTION Director of general administration is responsible for location of site, architectural plans and service, and initiation of action for new capitol building
AGO 1955 NO. 72 > May 10 1955
VETERANS ‑- SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' INDIGENT RELIEF FUND ‑- ELIGIBILITY OF KOREAN VETERANS Veterans are eligible for the benefits of the Soldiers' and Sailors' indigent relief fund for honorable active service in the Korean conflict on or before July 27, 1954
AGO 1955 NO. 73 > May 10 1955
FOREIGN CORPORATIONS ‑- PARTNERSHIPS ‑- PRACTICE OF ENGINEERING Foreign corporation or partnership, as such, cannot legally render engineering services
AGO 1955 NO. 74 > May 9 1955
MOTOR VEHICLES ‑- LICENSING AND OPERATION ‑- CARS BELONGING TO A FOREIGN CORPORATION NOT MAINTAINING PLACE OF BUSINESS IN THIS STATE ‑- DEMONSTRATOR WITHOUT LICENSE PLATES ‑- RESIDENT OPERATING CAR LICENSED IN A FOREIGN STATE A motor vehicle operated on the public highways of this state must have
AGO 1955 NO. 75 > May 11 1955
UNRECORDED BRANDS ‑- AUTHORITY OF DIRECTOR OF AGRICULTURE TO ISSUE REGULATIONS PERMITTING USE THEREOF The Director of Agriculture does not have the statutory authority to promulgate regulations permitting any person, firm, association or corporation to place an unrecorded mark or brand on livestock
AGO 1955 NO. 76 > May 16 1955
CEMETERIES AND BURIAL GROUNDS (1) Can a cemetery established subsequent to June 16, 1953, claim exemption from the provisions of chapter 290, Laws of 1953, where the cemetery includes only eight acres. (2) Can such a cemetery claim exemption from the provisions of RCW 68.40.010 with regard to
AGO 1955 NO. 77 > May 17 1955
PRISON TERMS AND PAROLES ‑- PRISONER SERVING LIFE SENTENCE ‑- MINIMUM DURATION OF CONFINEMENT ‑- GOOD TIME CREDITS A prisoner under a mandatory life sentence other than an habitual criminal may become eligible to be considered for parole upon serving 2/3 of the required statutory twenty consecutive
AGO 1955 NO. 78 > May 19 1955
STATUTES ‑- RETROACTIVITY ‑- APPLICATION TO PENDING PROCEEDING --ELECTIONS ‑- SCHOOL DISTRICT State effective between dates of first and second school district elections, altering procedure therefor, controls second election
AGO 1955 NO. 79 > May 24 1955
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ACT ‑- PERSON EXCLUDED FROM THE PROVISIONS THEREOF A warehouse licensed under the grain warehouse laws, which buys and sells grain must be licensed under the Commission Merchants Act. Cooperative marketing associations organized under 23.56 or 24.32 RCW are excluded from and
AGO 1955 NO. 80 > May 23 1955
FAIRS ‑- AUTHORITY OF BOARDS OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO ACQUIRE PROPERTY AND APPROPRIATE FUNDS Boards of county commissioners may:  (1) acquire property by gift deed containing a reversionary clause and make permanent improvements thereon; (2) appropriate money from current funds for acquisition of

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