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18 Wash. St. B. News 1 (1964)

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Vol. XVIII, No. 1                  JANUARY-FEBRUARY, 1964                                Page 1

The Statute Law Committee announces
that the 1963 supplement to the Revised
Code of Washington is now available.
This supplement which has been pre-
pared by the code reviser under the direc-
tion of the Statute Law Committee consti-
tutes the official codification of all of the
laws enacted by the 1963 sessions of the
legislature. It also contains the following
additional features:
1. A complete and up-to-date reprinting
of the Enabling Act and the Washington
State Constitution, in new and improved
2. The recently promulgated Rules for
Courts of Limited Jurisdiction and separate
index thereto, together with an additional
dividler tab.
3. A republication of Title 28 - Schools
and Colleges in accordance with Statute
Law Committee Order No. SLC-RO-92 re-
storing to said title the language of the ses-
sion laws in lieu of the prima facie editing
of the 1941 Code Committee.
4. A republication of Title 36-Counties
as reenacted and amended by the 1963 leg-
5. A comprehensive supplement to the
new General Index volume.
The organization and format of the sup-
plement have been improved with a view
to facilitating the insertion of supplement
materials into the code. To this end, the
white and green pages have been commin-
gled in a progression corresponding with
the order of materials as found in the code;
each insert page group is separated by yel-
low divider sheets and the pages held to-
gether by light padding compound.
An additional binder is supplied with the
We appreciate your continued confidence
in the official Revised Code of Wa.hington.
Every attempt is made to keep this service
reasonably priced. The RCW supplement
service is $35.00 for the two-year period.
The complete code, including the current
supplement and the new General Index is
$155.00. Separate copies of the Index are
$35.00. All prices subject to 4% state sales
tax for Washington residents. All such ma-
terials are obtainable from Book Publishing
Company, 2518 Western Avenue, Seattle.
The 1964 annual meeting of lice
Washington State Bar Association will
be held at the lRidpath Iotel, Spokane,
Thursdlay, Friday and Saturday, Sep.
tencher 10, 11 and 12, 1964.
Make reservations directly

As the result of a recent much-needed
housecleaning, files of the Lawyer Place-
ment Service are once again current. Re-
turn postcarls were sent to all persons and
firms listing with the service, and the list-
ings for which a return postcard was not
received have been removed. Presently
there are 13 applicant's information forms
on file and 19 employer's job descriptions
on file. The books containing both files are
once again available at the office of the
Washington State Bar Association, 501
Third Avenue, Seattle, Washington.
In answer to requests for wider availabil-
ity of the information, each form on file has
been duplicated and placed in a book iden-
tical to the one at the Bar office. The dupli-
cate books will henceforth be available at
points around the state which will be an-
nounced in the Bar News. In addition, the
State Bar Office will always know the loca-
tion of the duplicate set. Initially it is an-
ticipated the duplicate books will be moved
from city to city every two months. The
duplicate books are presently available in
Everett. They are in the custody of Julian
C. (Pete) Dewell at the offices of Anderson
& Hunter, First National Bank Building.
Those desiring to use the service may see
Pete in Everett, as well as drop in at the Bar
Office in Seattle.
In order to insure that both the original
and the duplicate files are kept current,
henceforth persons filling out forms will be
asked to (lo so in duplicate. This is not to be
taken as an indication of impending bit-
reaticracy in the Lawyer Placement Service.
We have no intention of requiring Social
Security numbers or utilizing electronic
data processing.
Stanley C. Soclerland, 46, veteran Seattle
trial lawyer, was appointed to the King
County Superior Court by Gov. Albert 1).
Rosellini and was sworn in and assumed his
duties January 6.
Judge Sodlerland, who was recently ad-
mittecl to the exclusive American College of
Trial Lawyers, graduated magna cume laude
from the University of Washington and
ranked first in his 1939 class in law school.
He was the first law clerk for Justice Wil-
liam 0. Douglas of the United States Su-
preme Court.
Judge Soderand had practiced in Seattle
since 1945 during which time he had served
as Municipal Judge Pro Ten. He is a past
president of the Seattle-King County Bar
Association and a member of the Order of
the Coif and Phi Beta Kappa.

The Bar Association Committee on the
Uniform Commercial Code has scheduled
four meetings to be held during April and
May in order to consider the substantive ar-
ticles of the proposed Uniform Commercial
Code with a view to formulating a commit-
tee report to the Board of Governors with
recommendations of suggested action that
might be undertaken by the Washington
State Bar Association in connection with
the proposed Code.
It is therefore suggested that Association
members who may have views to express as
to the Code or particular provisions of it
could forward such expressions by letter or
memorandum to the Committee or in care
of the Washington State Bar Association
office. Committee members are the follow-
ing: Arthur E. Florer, Symons Building,
Spokane; William H. Gates, Norton Build-
ing, Seattle; James B. Gober, Security
Bank Building, Chehalis; Louis H. Pepper,
Exchange Building, Seattle; Lester Sein-
feld, Perkins Building, Tacoma; Warren L.
Shattuck, University of Washington Law
School, Seattle; Bradley T. Jones (chair-
man), Dexter Horton Building, Seattle.
February 29, Olympia: Legality of
Competitive Business Practices Un-
der State and Federal Law
Mareh, 14, Spokane: Legality of Com-
pe!itive Business Practices Under
State and Federal Law
April 4, Yakinin: Practical Aspects of
Probate Practice
Save These Dates and Mark Yoar
Calendar Now It!
Donald Bushnell, Ferndale, has been
elected president of the Whatcom County
Bar Association. Marshall Forrest, Belling-
ham, is the new vice-president and Byron
Swedberg, Bellingham, is secretary-
L. lFdward Brown, Elma, telephone 482-
3552, wishes to sell a complete set of ALR-
ALR (2nd) in good condlition. Any reason-
able offer will be accepted.

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