Washington State

Office of the Attorney General

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

AGO 1959 NO. 31 > Apr 28 1959
TAXATION - REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY BELONGING TO A MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF ANOTHER STATE AS SUBJECT TO AD VALOREM TAXES IN THIS STATE AND IRRIGATION DISTRICT ASSESSMENTS. 1. Property belonging exclusively to a municipal corporation of an adjoining state which is empowered by that state to
AGO 1959 NO. 32 > Apr 28 1959
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE - EXPENSES - EFFECT OF 1959 INCREASE OF PER DIEM ALLOWANCE OF STATE OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES ON $25.00 PER DIEM ALLOWANCE FOR OFFICIALS OF DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.  The 1959 statutory increase in the per diem allowance for state officials and
AGO 1959 NO. 33 > Apr 29 1959
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE - STATE PATROL - PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATIONS FOR STATE PATROL. The chief of the Washington state patrol may establish separate promotional examinations based on reasonable job classifications under the provisions of RCW 43.43.330 requiring appropriate examinations for
AGO 1959 NO. 34 > Apr 30 1959
EXTRADITIONS - AGREEMENTS BETWEEN TWO GOVERNORS FOR THE COOPERATIVE DISPOSITION OF ACTIONS AGAINST AN ACCUSED - WHAT CONSTITUTES BEING A FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE. (1) A person is a fugitive from justice within the meaning of the constitution and laws of the United States where it appears: (a) that he
AGO 1959 NO. 35 > May 18 1959
[[Orig. Op. Page 1]] FUNDS - USE OF FUNDS OF STATE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM AND STATE TEACHERS' RETIREMENT SYSTEM TO PURCHASE OBLIGATIONS GUARANTEED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT UNDER TITLE 42 U.S.C.A., § 1594, MILITARY HOUSING ACT.   The funds of the state employees' retirement system and
AGO 1959 NO. 36 > May 18 1959
EXPLOSIVES - LICENSING AND STORAGE OF EXPLOSIVES AS APPLICABLE TO SMOKELESS POWDER. Smokeless powder is an explosive within the meaning of the explosives law and the standards for licensing and storage prescribed by law are applicable
AGO 1959 NO. 37 > May 19 1959
CITIES AND TOWNS - FIRST CLASS - AUTHORITY TO ANNEX CONTIGUOUS TERRITORY IN ANOTHER COUNTY. A city of the first class lying wholly within one county can annex contiguous territory in another county
AGO 1959 NO. 38 > May 25 1959
MOTOR VEHICLES - FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY - EFFECT OF CHAPTER 38, LAWS OF 1959, INCREASING THE LIABILITY INSURANCE LIMITS. (1) The increased financial responsibility insurance requirements provided under the 1959 amendment do not apply to persons who have previously proven their ability to respond
AGO 1959 NO. 39 > May 26 1959
INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM - REIMBURSEMENT OF CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION FOR EXPENSES AND MILEAGE INCURRED IN THE PERFORMANCE OF ITS DUTIES UNDER INITIATIVE NO. 23. (1) The commissioners of the Civil Service Commission established by Initiative No. 23 can be reimbursed for expenses and mileage
AGO 1959 NO. 40 > May 27 1959
LABOR - COVERAGE OF MINIMUM WAGE AND HOUR ACT AS APPLICABLE TO REGULAR RATE RATHER THAN MINIMUM RATE. The Washington Minimum Wage and Hour Act requires an employer covered by the act to pay his employees who work longer than eight hours a day or forty hours a week overtime at the rate of at least

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