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Office of the Attorney General

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

AGO 1958 NO. 226 >
LEGISLATURE ‑- AUTHORITY TO ENACT LEGISLATION AUTHORIZING USE OF STATE FUNDS FOR SCHOLARSHIPS IN THE FORM OF CASH AWARDS, LOANS OR FREE TUITION AND FEES. (1) Legislation providing state funds to any institutions of collegiate grade in Washington, accredited by the Northwest College Association,
AGO 1958 NO. 227 >
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- COUNTIES AND TOWNS ‑- MUNICIPAL JUDGES IN CITIES OVER 500,000 ‑- TERM OF OFFICE. The four year term of office of a municipal court judge commences upon the day of certification of the election by the proper canvassing authority.        
AGO 1958 NO. 228 >
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- COUNTY ‑- COMMISSIONERS ‑- AUTHORITY TO ENTER INTO UNION SHOP AGREEMENT. The board of county commissioners has the authority under state law to enter into a so-called union shop agreement with a union covering road department employees.       
AGO 1958 NO. 229 >
SCHOOL DISTRICTS ‑- AUTHORITY OF DIRECTOR TO ENTER INTO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS WITH A UNION REPRESENTING THE EMPLOYEES OF THE DISTRICT. Board of directors of a school district is legally authorized to enter into collective bargaining agreements with union representing the district's
AGO 1958 NO. 230 >
SCHOOL DISTRICTS ‑- LEVIES FOR PAYMENT OF BONDS. (1) A school district may not levy an excess tax levy in an amount greater than is required for payment of principal and interest due on school district bonds in the particular year for which the levy is made. (2) A school district may not increase
AGO 1958 NO. 231 >
LIBRARIES ‑- COUNTY AND INTERCOUNTY RURAL ‑- AUTHORITY OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES TO REVISE BUDGET TO PROVIDE FOR EXPENDITURE OF UNANTICIPATED INCOME. The board of trustees of a county or intercounty rural library district may file a revised budget with the county commissioners after the approval of the
AGO 1958 NO. 232 >
OFFICERS AND OFFICES ‑- STATE ‑- PRISON TERMS AND PAROLE ‑- APPLICATION OF RCW 9.92.080 ‑- CONSECUTIVE SENTENCES 1. A man convicted of a new felony while on parole for prior felony where the parole has not been revoked, the new sentence is concurrent with the sentence he is serving as a parolee. 2
AGO 1958 NO. 233 >
PILOTS ‑- INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE COVERAGE WHILE MAKING EMERGENCY FLIGHTS FOR DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES. Air reserve pilots making emergency flights for the department of natural resources scouting forest fires or on fire patrol are within the coverage of the industrial insurance act. 
AGO 1958 NO. 234 >
TAXATION ‑- INHERITANCE TAX ‑- APPLICABILITY TO RAILROAD RETIREMENT BENEFITS. Widows' and children's benefits under the railroad retirement act are not taxable under the Washington state inheritance tax acts.