Myrick v. Board of Pierce County Com'rs, 48297-7

Decision Date21 September 1984
Docket NumberNo. 48297-7,48297-7
Citation687 P.2d 1152,102 Wn.2d 698
PartiesOk Yop MYRICK, et al., Appellants, v. BOARD OF PIERCE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, et al., Respondents.
CourtWashington Supreme Court
ORDER

CHANGING OPINION

WILLIAM H. WILLIAMS, Chief Justice.

It is hereby ordered that the opinion of the court in the above cause as the same appears at 101 Wash.2d 140, 677 P.2d 140, be changed as follows:

The following material is inserted at the end of the Appendix, on page 153, 677 P.2d on page 148; and becomes a part of said Appendix:

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50.16.140 Establishment license--Issuance--Grounds for denial. The auditor shall issue an establishment license to the applicant if all the application requirements of Section 50.16.120 are met, and the statements contained in the application are determined to be true, unless the auditor finds one of the following, in which case the license application shall be denied:

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(C) The applicant, if an individual; or, if a corporation, any of the officers, or directors; or in the case of stockholders, those holding more than ten percent of the stock of such corporation; or, if a partnership, any of the partners, whether general or limited, or the manager or other person principally in charge of the operation of the business, has been convicted of or forfeited bail for any of the following offenses, whether it is a violation of federal, state or local law, or convicted of or forfeited bail for an offense that is reasonably related to his fitness or ability to operate as a massagist. Including, but not limited to any of the following offenses:

(1) An offense involving the use of force or violence upon the person of another that amounts to either a felony or misdemeanor;

(2) An offense involving sexual misconduct, i.e., rape, assignation, prostitution, indecent liberties, lewdness;

(3) An offense involving narcotics, dangerous drugs or dangerous weapons that amounts to a felony;

(4) A crime involving moral turpitude;

(5) A crime of attempting to defraud. The auditor may issue a license to any person convicted of any of the crimes described in subsection (C) of this section if the auditor finds that such conviction or bail forfeiture occurred at least five years prior to the date of the original application and the applicant has had no subsequent felony convictions of any nature nor any subsequent misdemeanor

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convictions or bail forfeitures for crimes mentioned in this section.

50.16.160 Establishment license--Grounds for suspension or revocation.

(A) The following shall be grounds for suspension or revocation of an establishment license issued under the provisions of this chapter:

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(3) The conviction or bail forfeiture of a licensee for violating a federal, state or local law, subsequent to the date of issuance of the establishment license, relating to:

(a) An offense involving the use of force or violence upon the person of another that amounts to a felony or misdemeanor, or

(b) An offense involving sexual misconduct, or

(c) An offense involving possession, use or sale of narcotics, dangerous drugs or alcoholic beverages, or

(d) An offense involving dangerous weapons which amounts to a felony, or

(e) An offense involving moral turpitude or the conviction or bail forfeiture of any of the licensee's servants, massagists, agents or employees of an offense involving moral turpitude committed...

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