AGO 1956 NO. 241 >
DIRECTOR OF LICENSES ‑- BASIC SCIENCE EXAMINATIONS ‑- RECIPROCITY ‑- HEALING ARTS. 1. A basic science reciprocity certificate of proficiency may not be denied for the single reason that the applicant has previously failed a basic science examination in the state of Washington. 2. Neither the
AGO 1956 NO. 242 >
SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL BUSES ‑- REGULATING USE OF The state board of education lacks authority to adopt rules having the force and effect of regulations on the use of school buses and they should be regarded as advisory only
AGO 1956 NO. 243 >
LICENSES ‑- BEAUTY CULTURE ‑- HAIRDRESSING 1. A special school for the teaching of hair styling only is not authorized nor can it be licensed under the laws of the state of Washington. 2. If such a school is opened without a license, the proper procedure is for the department of licenses to refer
AGO 1956 NO. 244 >
INSURANCE, PUBLIC EMPLOYEES, GROUP INSURANCE Public employees who are labor union members may participate in group insurance under the statutory provisions for labor union groups (RCW 48.24.050) or for public employee associations (RCW 48.24.060
AGO 1956 NO. 245 >
COUNTIES ‑- GARBAGE DUMPS ‑- DUTY OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO PROVIDE It is the duty of county commissioners to provide garbage dumps for unincorporated areas but not for incorporated areas within the county
AGO 1956 NO. 246 >
MINIMUM SENTENCE ‑- ACCESSORIES An accessory to a felony armed with a deadly weapon at the time of the commission of his offense or a concealed deadly weapon at the time of his arrest is subject to the mandatory minimum sentence under RCW 9.95.040 (1955 Supp
AGO 1956 NO. 247 >
VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS; MARINE CORPS LEAGUE; ENTITLEMENT TO RENT PAYMENTS FROM COUNTIES FOR MEETING PLACES
VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS; MARINE CORPS LEAGUE; ENTITLEMENT TO RENT PAYMENTS FROM COUNTIES FOR MEETING PLACES. A detachment of the Marine Corps League may qualify for relief, from the county indigent veterans' fund and thereby become qualified for the payment of rent by the county authorized by RCW
AGO 1956 NO. 248 >
VETERANS -- COURT ORDERS REQUIRING A VETERAN TO SUPPORT MINOR CHILDREN FROM VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION BENEFITS.
VETERANS; COURT ORDERS REQUIRING A VETERAN TO SUPPORT MINOR CHILDREN FROM VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION BENEFITS. A court may order a veteran receiving benefits from the Veterans' Administration to support his minor children, even though the veteran's sole source of funds are such federal benefits.
AGO 1956 NO. 249 >
INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE ‑- SAFETY ‑- DEPT. OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIES, DIVISION OF SAFETY ‑- SAFETY STANDARDS ‑- GENERAL SAFETY STANDARDS ‑- SAFETY STANDARDS FOR METALS INDUSTRY ‑- PERSONAL PROTECTIVE
INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE ‑- SAFETY ‑- DEPT. OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIES, DIVISION OF SAFETY ‑- SAFETY STANDARDS ‑- GENERAL SAFETY STANDARDS ‑- SAFETY STANDARDS FOR METALS INDUSTRY ‑- PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT AND CLOTHING, EMPLOYER'S DUTY TO PROVIDE AND USE An employer may be compelled to provide
AGO 1956 NO. 250 >
EMINENT DOMAIN ‑- CONSTITUTIONAL LAW ‑- IMMEDIATE POSSESSION BY STATE 1. House Joint Resolution No. 22 if ratified by the voters in November will permit the State to take immediate possession of property involved in a condemnation action for purposes other than highway right of way. 2. The term "