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Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

AGO 1957 NO. 41 > Mar 28 1957
STATE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES ‑- VACATION LEAVE A state employee who transfers from one state agency to employment in another agency of the state government without an interruption such as would indicate a termination of his contract of employment with the state government, cannot be paid for his
AGO 1957 NO. 42 > Mar 28 1957
SECURITIES ‑- LIFE‑LEASE AGREEMENTS CONSTITUTE The "Founder's Life‑Lease Agreement" which provides for a life lease of an apartment in consideration for certain payments constitutes a security within the definition of RCW 21.04.010 (2) (c
AGO 1957 NO. 43 > Apr 5 1957
CAPITOL COMMITTEE ‑- EXPENDITURE OF CAPITOL BUILDING FUNDS ‑- STATE LIBRARY The Capitol committee may not legally expend funds for the clearing of Capitol Lake before the state library is under construction
AGO 1957 NO. 44 > Apr 8 1957
VETERANS ‑- SALARY OF DIRECTOR OF VETERANS' REHABILITATION COUNCIL The director of the veterans' rehabilitation council may be paid a salary not to exceed $8500
AGO 1957 NO. 45 > Apr 8 1957
TEACHERS' SALARIES INCREASE FOR THE 1957-1959 BIENNIUM The increase in teachers' salaries provided for in Section 2, Chapter 301, Laws of 1957, must be increases paid over and above the salaries paid in the 1956-1957 school year, regardless of whether or not the electors of a district authorize an
AGO 1957 NO. 46 > Apr 11 1957
TELEPHONE COMPANIES ‑- EFFECTIVE TARIFF FILINGS AND EXCHANGE AREA MAPS ‑- POWERS OF PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Commission may accept tariff filings but the mere acceptance thereof where another company already has on file a tariff and exchange area map for the same area would not give the company
AGO 1957 NO. 47 > Apr 15 1957
MAY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE WESTERN WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION LEASE COLLEGE LAND TO PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS FOR THE PURPOSE OF CONSTRUCTING HOUSING FACILITIES FOR MARRIED STUDENTS AND IF SO UNDER WHAT CONDITIONS The board of trustees of the Western Washington College of Education may lease
AGO 1957 NO. 48 > Apr 16 1957
NOTARY PUBLIC ‑- POWERS ‑- UNAUTHORIZED ACTS A notary public is a public officer whose authority consists of those powers expressly conferred upon him by statute or which may necessarily be implied therefrom, and the use of his position for the purpose of imputing an authority not so conferred upon
AGO 1957 NO. 49 > Apr 16 1957
SCHOOLS ‑- TEACHERS ‑- LEAVE OF ABSENCE It is within the discretion of the directors of first class school districts to grant a leave of absence or contract in the future with a teacher
AGO 1957 NO. 50 > Apr 22 1957
COURTS ‑- COURT COMMISSIONERS ‑- QUALIFICATIONS ‑- POWERS ‑- INCOMPATIBILITY WITH OFFICE OF PROBATION OFFICER --INCOMPATIBLE OFFICES ‑- COURT COMMISSIONER AND CHIEF PROBATION OFFICER (1) A court commissioner need not be a lawyer. (2) The positions of court commissioner and chief probation officer

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