Washington State

Office of the Attorney General

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

AGO 1962 NO. 167 >
COURTS ‑- JUSTICE OF THE PEACE ‑- CITIES WITH POPULATION OF OVER 5,000 ‑- SALARY ‑- REDUCTION ‑- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. (1) After the county commissioners have raised the salary of a justice of the peace to $3,600 per year in cities with a population of over 5,000 under RCW 3.16.002, they can
AGO 1962 NO. 168 >
LABOR ‑- WAGES ‑- PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT ‑- APPRENTICESHIP AGREEMENT ‑- REGISTRATION OF AGREEMENT. (1) An apprentice employed on a public works project may be compensated at the prevailing hourly rate of apprentices in that locality if there is a valid apprenticeship agreement in existence. (2) An
AGO 1962 NO. 169 >
DISTRICTS ‑- SCHOOLS ‑- INSTALLATION OF SEWER LINE ‑- CONTRACT WITH SEWER DISTRICT. A school district may contract with a sewer district for the installation of a sewer line under chapter 35.91 RCW
AGO 1962 NO. 170 >
CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- ANNEXATION ‑- PART OF A FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT, SEWER DISTRICT, AND WATER DISTRICT ‑- PERSONS QUALIFIED TO VOTE IN DISTRICT ELECTIONS. The annexation by a city or town of only a part of a fire protection district, sewer district or water district has the following effect upon
AGO 1962 NO. 171 >
REAL ESTATE ‑- PLATS ‑- SUBDIVISION OF PLATS INTO SMALLER UNITS ‑- OWNERS ‑- TENANTS IN COMMON ‑- SEPARATE ASSESSMENT BY COUNTY ASSESSOR. (1) Real estate which has been platted into lots and thereafter subdivided into smaller units which are in separate ownership (except for one unit owned by all
AGO 1962 NO. 172 >
TAXATION ‑- PERSONAL PROPERTY ‑- SITUS IN WASHINGTON ‑- PROPERTY OWNED BY COMPANY OWNED BY METLAKATLA INDIAN COMMUNITY OF ALASKA. Personal property situated in the state of Washington is not exempt from taxation by reason of the fact that it is owned by the Annette Island Canning Company which
AGO 1962 NO. 173 >
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ‑- QUALIFICATIONS FOR OFFICE ‑- POWER OF LEGISLATURE TO PRESCRIBE. The legislature does not have the authority to establish qualifications for the office of the state superintendent of public instruction in addition to those
AGO 1962 NO. 174 >
DISTRICTS ‑- SCHOOLS ‑- BOARD OF DIRECTORS ‑- CONFLICT OF INTEREST ‑- EMPLOYMENT OF DIRECTOR OR SPOUSE AS A TEACHER ‑- CERTIFICATION. (1) and (2) Chapter 42.23 RCW and specifically RCW 42.23.020 prohibits the employment of either a school director or his wife for compensation except as
AGO 1962 NO. 175 >
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- COUNTY ‑- CORONER ‑- AUTOPSY ‑- TRANSPLANTING OF ORGANS FROM DECEASED PERSONS. (1) Only the decedent and persons who have the right to control the disposition of the decedent's remains may authorize the transplanting of organs to a living person. (2) Authorization for
AGO 1962 NO. 176 >
BEAUTY CULTURE ‑- HAIRDRESSING INDUSTRY ‑- REGULATION BY COUNTIES, CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- POLICE POWER ‑- ORDINANCE NOT IN CONFLICT WITH STATE LAW. The state of Washington has not preempted the field or regulating the practice of hairdressing and beauty culture; therefore, local police power