Chapter 67.14 RCW

BILLIARD TABLES, BOWLING ALLEYS, AND MISCELLANEOUS GAMES—1873 ACT

Sections
Hawkers and auctioneers must procure licenseExceptions.
Sale or other disposition of liquorCounty licensePenalty.
Hawkers and auctioneersIssuance of license.
Retail liquor license.
Wholesale liquor licenseBilliard table, bowling alley licenses.
Liquor sales, keeping games, without licensePenalty.
Purchase of licenseBond.
Duration of license.
Issuance of license.
When contrivance deemed kept for hire.
Druggists excepted.
Disposition of fees, fines, and forfeitures.
NOTES:
Reviser's note: The territorial act codified in this chapter, though for the most part obsolete, has never been expressly repealed. "An Act in relation to licenses," it empowers the county commissioners to license hawkers and auctioneers, persons dealing in intoxicating liquors, and persons conducting bowling alleys, billiard tables and other games. The auctioneer sections have been codified as RCW 36.71.070 and 36.71.080. As to the sections relating to intoxicating liquors, it seems clear that this field has been preempted by the state; see RCW 66.08.120. For a later enactment concerning the licensing of rural pool halls, billiard halls, and bowling alleys, see RCW 67.12.110.
Alcoholic beverage control: Title 66 RCW.
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