Washington Administrative Code
Title 134 - Conservation, Department of

Title 134 WAC|Show Dispositions Last Update: 5/17/67


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Reviser's note: Effective July 1, 1967, the department of conservation was abolished by section 20, chapter 242, Laws of 1967 (RCW >43.27A.180) and its powers, duties, and functions were transferred to the department of natural resources and to the newly created department of water resources which is now the department of ecology—Water resources. (See Titles 332 and 508 WAC.)

The rules filed by the department of conservation before that effective date are now codified within Title 508 WAC.

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