73.04.042  <<  73.04.050 >>   73.04.060

RCW 73.04.050

Right to peddle, vend, sell goods without license—License fee on business established under act of congress prohibited.

Every honorably discharged soldier, sailor, or marine of the military or naval service of the United States, who is a resident of this state, shall have the right to peddle, hawk, vend, and sell goods, other than his or her own manufacture and production, without paying for the license as now provided by law, by those who engage in such business; but any such soldier, sailor, or marine may engage in such business by procuring a license for that purpose as provided in RCW 73.04.060.
No county, city, or political subdivision in this state shall charge or collect any license fee on any business established by any veteran under the provisions of Public Law 346 of the 78th congress.
[ 2012 c 117 § 504; 1945 c 144 § 9; 1903 c 69 § 1; Rem. Supp. 1945 § 10755. Formerly RCW 73.04.050, part and 73.04.060. FORMER PART OF SECTION: 1945 c 144 § 10 now codified as RCW 73.04.060.]
NOTES:
Reviser's note: As to the constitutionality of this section, see Larsen v. Shelton, 37 Wn.2d 481, 224 P.2d 1067 (1950).
Peddlers' and hawkers' licenses: Chapter 36.71 RCW.
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