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Also the following described lands, to wit: Beginning at a point on the east line of said section, said point being distant nine hundred eighty-nine and sixty one-hundredths (989.60) feet south from the northeast corner of said section; thence south along said east line a distance of four hundred seventy-nine and fifty-three one-hundredths (479.53) feet to a point on the government meander line along the shore of Lake Washington; thence along said meander line south seventy-eight degrees thirteen minutes thirty-three seconds (7813'33") west, a distance of sixty-six and fifty one-hundredths (66.50) feet; thence north twenty-nine degrees forty-six minutes twenty-seven seconds (2946'27") west, a distance of one hundred sixty-six and ninety-two one-hundredths (166.92) feet; thence departing from said meander line north no degrees fifty-three minutes seven seconds (053'07") east, a distance of three hundred fifty-four and sixty-three one-hundredths (354.63) feet; thence northwesterly along the arc of a curve to the right having a uniform radius of one hundred eighty-five (185) feet, a distance of twenty-two and two one-hundredths (22.02) feet to a point of tangency on a line which bears north twenty-nine degrees six minutes fifty-three seconds (2906'53") west; thence northwesterly along said line, a distance of nine hundred eighteen and sixty-five one-hundredths (918.65) feet to the beginning of a curve to the left, having a uniform radius of two hundred fifty (250) feet; thence northwesterly along the arc of said curve, a distance of two hundred sixty-five and fifty one-hundredths (265.50) feet to a point of tangency on the south margin of East Forty-fifth Street; thence east along said south margin, a distance of three hundred twenty-nine and fourteen one-hundredths (329.14) feet to a point which is distant five hundred ten and seventy-nine one-hundredths (510.79) feet west from the east line of said section sixteen (16); thence southwesterly, southerly and southeasterly along the arc of a curve to the left having a uniform radius of sixty (60) feet a distance of one hundred twenty-four and seventy-eight one-hundredths (124.78) feet to a point of tangency; thence south twenty-nine degrees six minutes fifty-three seconds (2906'53") east, a distance of nine hundred twenty-four and twenty-four one-hundredths (924.24) feet to the beginning of a curve to the left having a uniform radius of one hundred fifteen (115) feet; thence southeasterly along the arc of said curve, a distance of one hundred twenty and fifty-one one-hundredths (120.51) feet to the point of beginning.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.340. Prior: 1913 c 24 1. Formerly RCW 28.77.280.]




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28B.20.342
University site dedicated for street and boulevard purposes Local assessments barred against site.
No assessments for the opening, improvement or maintenance of any public street upon the tracts of land described in RCW 28B.20.340 shall ever be levied, assessed or collected upon any portion of section 16, township 25 north, range 4 east, W.M., or upon any portion of blocks 7 and 8 Lake Washington shorelands.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.342. Prior: 1913 c 24 2. Formerly RCW 28.77.290.]




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28B.20.344
University site dedicated for street and boulevard purposes Eminent domain may not be exercised against site.
The power of eminent domain of any municipal or other corporation whatever is hereby declared not to extend to any portion of said section 16, township 25 north, range 4 east, W.M., and blocks 7 and 8 of Lake Washington shorelands.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.344. Prior: 1913 c 24 3. Formerly RCW 28.77.300.]




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28B.20.350
1947 conveyance for arboretum and botanical garden purposes Description.
There is hereby granted to the University of Washington the following described land, to wit:

Lots two (2) and three (3), Block eleven-A (11-A) of the supplemental map of Lake Washington shorelands, filed September 5, 1916 in the office of the commissioner of public lands, to be used for arboretum and botanical garden purposes and for no other purposes, except as provided in RCW 28B.20.354.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.350. Prior: 1947 c 45 1. Formerly RCW 28.77.310.]




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28B.20.352
1947 conveyance for arboretum and botanical garden purposes Deed of conveyance.
The commissioner of public lands is hereby authorized and directed to certify the lands described in RCW 28B.20.350 to the governor, and the governor is hereby authorized and directed to execute, and the secretary of state to attest, a deed of said shorelands to the university.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.352. Prior: 1947 c 45 2. Formerly RCW 28.77.315.]




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28B.20.354
1947 conveyance for arboretum and botanical garden purposes Part may be conveyed by regents to city of Seattle.
(1) The board of regents of the University of Washington is hereby authorized to convey to the city of Seattle that portion of said lot three (3) of the shorelands described in RCW 28B.20.350 which is within the following described tract, to wit:

A rectangular tract of land one hundred twenty (120) feet in north-south width, and four hundred (400) feet in east-west length, with the north boundary coincident with the north boundary of the old canal right of way, and the west boundary on the southerly extension of the west line of Lot eleven (11), Block four (4), Montlake Park, according to the recorded plat thereof, approximately five hundred sixty (560) feet east of the east line of Montlake Boulevard.

(2) The board of regents is authorized to convey to the city of Seattle free of all restrictions or limitations, or to incorporate in the conveyance to the city of Seattle such provisions for reverter of said land to the university as the board deems appropriate. Should any portion of the land so conveyed to the city of Seattle again vest in the university by reason of the operation of any provisions incorporated by the board in the conveyance to the city of Seattle, the University of Washington shall hold such reverted portion subject to the reverter provisions of RCW 28B.20.356.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.354. Prior: 1947 c 45 3. Formerly RCW 28.77.320.]




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28B.20.356
1947 conveyance for arboretum and botanical garden purposes Reversion for unauthorized use Reconveyance for highway purposes.
In case the University of Washington should attempt to use or permit the use of such shorelands or any portion thereof for any other purpose than for arboretum and botanical garden purposes, except as provided in RCW 28B.20.354, the same shall forthwith revert to the state of Washington without suit, action or any proceedings whatsoever or the judgment of any court forfeiting the same: PROVIDED, That the board of regents of the University of Washington is hereby authorized and directed to reconvey to the state of Washington block eleven-A (11-A) of the supplemental map of Lake Washington shorelands, filed September 5, 1916 in the office of the commissioner of public lands, or such portion thereof as may be required by the state of Washington or any agency thereof for state highway purposes. The state of Washington or any agency thereof requiring said land shall pay to the University of Washington the fair market value thereof and such moneys paid shall be used solely for arboretum purposes. Such reconveyance shall be made at such time as the state or such agency has agreed to pay the same.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.356. Prior: 1959 c 164 2; 1947 c 45 4; No RRS. Formerly RCW 28.77.330.]




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28B.20.360
1939 conveyance of shorelands to university Description.
The commissioner of public lands of the state of Washington is hereby authorized and directed to certify in the manner now provided by law to the governor for deeding to the University of Washington all of the following described Lake Washington shorelands, to wit: Blocks sixteen (16) and seventeen (17), Lake Washington Shorelands, as shown on the map of said shorelands on file in the office of the commissioner of public lands.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.360. Prior: 1939 c 60 1; No RRS. Formerly RCW 28.77.333.]




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28B.20.362
1939 conveyance of shorelands to university Deed of conveyance.
The governor is hereby authorized and directed to execute, and the secretary of state to attest, a deed conveying to the University of Washington all of said shorelands.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.362. Prior: 1939 c 60 2; No RRS. Formerly RCW 28.77.335.]




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28B.20.364
1939 conveyance of shorelands to university Grant for arboretum and botanical garden purposes Reversion for unauthorized use Reconveyance for highway purposes.
All of the shorelands described in RCW 28B.20.360 are hereby granted to the University of Washington to be used for arboretum and botanical garden purposes and for no other purposes. In case the said University of Washington should attempt to use or permit the use of said shorelands or any portion thereof for any other purpose, the same shall forthwith revert to the state of Washington without suit, action or any proceedings whatsoever or the judgment of any court forfeiting the same: PROVIDED, That the board of regents of the University of Washington is hereby authorized and directed to reconvey to the state of Washington blocks 16 and 17 of Lake Washington shorelands, or such portions thereof as may be required by the state of Washington or any agency thereof for state highway purposes. The state of Washington or any agency thereof requiring said land shall pay to the University of Washington the fair market value thereof and such moneys paid shall be used solely for arboretum purposes. Such reconveyance shall be made at such time as the state or such agency has agreed to pay the same.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.364. Prior: 1959 c 164 1; 1939 c 60 3; No RRS. Formerly RCW 28.77.337.]




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28B.20.370
Transfer of certain Lake Union shorelands to university.
Block 18-A, Second Supplemental Maps of Lake Union Shore Lands, as shown on the official maps thereof on file in the office of the commissioner of public lands, is hereby transferred to the University of Washington and shall be held and used for university purposes only.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.370. Prior: 1963 c 71 1. Formerly RCW 28.77.339.]




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28B.20.381
"University tract" defined.
For the purposes of this chapter, "university tract" means the tract of land in the city of Seattle, consisting of approximately ten acres, originally known as the "old university grounds," and more recently referred to as the "metropolitan tract," together with all buildings, improvements, facilities, and appurtenances thereon.


[1999 c 346 2.]

Notes: Purpose -- Construction -- 1999 c 346: "The purpose of this act is to consolidate the statutes authorizing the board of regents of the University of Washington to control the property of the university. Nothing in this act may be construed to diminish in any way the powers of the board of regents to control its property including, but not limited to, the powers now or previously set forth in RCW *28B.20.392 through 28B.20.398." [1999 c 346 1.]

*Reviser's note: RCW 28B.20.392 was repealed by 1999 c 346 8.


Effective date -- 1999 c 346: "This act is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, or safety, or support of the state government and its existing public institutions, and takes effect immediately [May 17, 1999]." [1999 c 346 9.]







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28B.20.382
University tract Conditions for sale, lease, or lease renewal Inspection of records Deposit of proceeds University of Washington facilities bond retirement account.
(1) Until authorized by statute of the legislature, the board of regents of the university, with respect to the university tract, shall not sell the land or any part thereof or any improvement thereon, or lease the land or any part thereof or any improvement thereon or renew or extend any lease thereof for a term of more than eighty years. Any sale of the land or any part thereof or any improvement thereon, or any lease or renewal or extension of any lease of the land or any part thereof or any improvement thereon for a term of more than eighty years made or attempted to be made by the board of regents shall be null and void until the same has been approved or ratified and confirmed by legislative act.

(2) The board of regents shall have power from time to time to lease the land, or any part thereof or any improvement thereon for a term of not more than eighty years. Any and all records, books, accounts, and agreements of any lessee or sublessee under this section, pertaining to compliance with the terms and conditions of such lease or sublease, shall be open to inspection by the board of regents, the ways and means committee of the senate, the appropriations committee of the house of representatives, and the joint legislative audit and review committee or any successor committees. It is not intended that unrelated records, books, accounts, and agreements of lessees, sublessees, or related companies be open to such inspection. The board of regents shall make a full, detailed report of all leases and transactions pertaining to the land or any part thereof or any improvement thereon to the joint legislative audit and review committee, including one copy to the staff of the committee, during odd-numbered years.

(3) The net proceeds from the sale or lease of land in the university tract, or any part thereof or any improvement thereon, shall be deposited into the University of Washington facilities bond retirement account hereby established outside the state treasury as a nonappropriated local fund to be used exclusively for the purpose of erecting, altering, maintaining, equipping, or furnishing buildings at the University of Washington. The board of regents shall transfer from the University of Washington facilities bond retirement account to the University of Washington building account under RCW 43.79.080 any funds in excess of amounts reasonably necessary for payment of debt service in combination with other nonappropriated local funds related to capital projects for which debt service is required under section 4, chapter 380, Laws of 1999.


[1999 c 346 3; 1998 c 245 17; 1996 c 288 27; 1987 c 505 13; 1980 c 87 10; 1977 ex.s. c 365 1; 1974 ex.s. c 174 1.]

Notes: Purpose -- Construction -- Effective date -- 1999 c 346: See notes following RCW 28B.20.381.






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28B.20.394
University tract Powers of regents Agreements to pay for governmental services.
In addition to the powers conferred upon the board of regents of the University of Washington by RCW 28B.20.395, the board of regents is authorized and shall have the power to enter into an agreement or agreements with the city of Seattle and the county of King, Washington, to pay to the city and the county such sums as shall be mutually agreed upon for governmental services rendered to the university tract, which sums shall not exceed the amounts that would be received pursuant to limitations imposed by RCW 84.52.043 by the city of Seattle and county of King respectively from real and personal property taxes paid on the university tract or any leaseholds thereon if such taxes could lawfully be levied.


[1999 c 346 4; 1973 1st ex.s. c 195 10; 1972 ex.s. c 107 1; 1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.394. See also 1973 1st ex.s. c 195 140. Prior: 1955 c 229 1. Formerly RCW 28.77.361.]

Notes: Purpose -- Construction -- Effective date -- 1999 c 346: See notes following RCW 28B.20.381.

Severability -- Effective dates and termination dates -- Construction -- 1973 1st ex.s. c 195: See notes following RCW 84.52.043.







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28B.20.395
University tract Powers of regents, generally.
In addition to the powers conferred under the original deeds of conveyance to the state of Washington and under existing law, and subject to RCW 28B.20.382, the board of regents has full control of the university tract as provided in this chapter including, but not limited to:

(1) With regard to the whole or portions of the land, the authority to manage, to improve, to alter, to operate, to lease, to contract indebtedness, to borrow funds, to issue bonds, notes, and warrants, to provide for the amortization of and to pay the bonds, notes, warrants, and other evidences of indebtedness, at or prior to maturity, to use and pledge the income derived from operating, managing, and leasing the university tract for such purpose, and to otherwise own, operate, and control the university tract to the same extent as any other property of the university;

(2) With regard to the whole or portions of any building or buildings or other improvements thereon or appurtenances thereto, the authority to sell, subject to the terms of any underlying lease on the land, to manage, to improve, to alter, to operate, to lease, to grant a deed of trust or a mortgage lien, to contract indebtedness, to borrow funds, to issue bonds, notes, and warrants, to provide for the amortization thereof and to pay the bonds, notes, warrants, and other evidences of indebtedness, at or prior to maturity, to use and pledge the income derived from operating, managing, and leasing the university tract for such purpose, and to otherwise own, operate, and control the university tract to the same extent as any other property of the university consistent with the purpose of the donors of the metropolitan tract.


[1999 c 346 5.]

Notes: Purpose -- Construction -- Effective date -- 1999 c 346: See notes following RCW 28B.20.381.






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28B.20.396
University tract Bonding authority.
Bonds issued pursuant to the authority granted under RCW 28B.20.395:

(1) Shall not constitute (a) an obligation, either general or special, of the state or (b) a general obligation of the University of Washington or of the board of regents;

(2) Shall be:

(a) Either in bearer form or in registered form as provided in RCW 39.46.030, and

(b) Issued in denominations of not less than one hundred dollars;

(3) Shall state:

(a) The date of issue, and

(b) The series of the issue and be consecutively numbered within the series, and

(c) That the bond is payable only out of a special fund established for the purpose, and designate the fund;

(4) Shall bear interest, payable either annually, or semiannually as the board of regents may determine;

(5) Shall be payable solely out of:

(a) Revenue derived from operating, managing and leasing the university tract, and

(b) A special fund, created by the board of regents for the purpose, consisting either of (i) a fixed proportion, or (ii) a fixed amount out of and not exceeding a fixed proportion, or (iii) a fixed amount without regard to any fixed proportion, of the revenue so derived;

(6) May contain covenants by the board of regents in conformity with the provisions of RCW 28B.20.398(2);

(7) Shall be payable at such times over a period of not to exceed thirty years, in such manner and at such place or places as the board of regents determines;

(8) Shall be executed in such manner as the board of regents by resolution determines;

(9) Shall be sold in such manner as the board of regents deems for the best interest of the University of Washington;

(10) May be issued under chapter 39.46 RCW.


[1999 c 346 6; 1983 c 167 33; 1970 ex.s. c 56 25; 1969 ex.s. c 232 99; 1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.396. Prior: 1947 c 284 3; Rem. Supp. 1947 4566-13. Formerly RCW 28.77.370.]

Notes: Purpose -- Construction -- Effective date -- 1999 c 346: See notes following RCW 28B.20.381.

Liberal construction -- Severability -- 1983 c 167: See RCW 39.46.010 and note following.


Purpose -- 1970 ex.s. c 56: See note following RCW 39.52.020.


Validation -- Saving -- Severability -- 1969 ex.s. c 232: See notes following RCW 39.52.020.







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28B.20.398
University tract Powers of regents Bond issuance Covenants Redemption Action for compliance.
(1) Any resolution of the board of regents pursuant to the provisions of RCW 28B.20.395 shall provide for the creation of a special fund, in conformity with the provisions of RCW 28B.20.396(5)(b).

(2) Any resolution authorizing the issuance of bonds pursuant to the provisions of RCW 28B.20.395, 28B.20.396, and 28B.20.398 may contain covenants of the board of regents to protect and safeguard the security and rights of the owners of any such bonds such as are then customary in connection with similar bonds and considered advisable in order to assure the maximum marketability for said bonds. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, any such resolution may contain covenants as to:

(a) The creation of a special fund into which the proceeds of all bonds issued pursuant to the provisions of such resolution shall be deposited, the terms and conditions upon which payments may be made from such special fund, and for the payment of interest on bonds issued pursuant to such resolution from the moneys in said fund;

(b) Maintaining rental and leasehold rates and other charges at a level sufficient at all times to provide revenue (i) to pay the interest on and principal of all bonds and other obligations payable from said revenue, (ii) to make all other payments from said revenues required under the provisions of any resolution adopted in connection with the issuance of warrants or bonds under RCW 28B.20.395, 28B.20.396, and 28B.20.398 and (iii) to pay the operating, management, maintenance, repair and upkeep costs of the university tract;

(c) Collection, deposit, custody and disbursement of the revenues from the university tract or any portions thereof including (i) a specification of the depositaries to be designated, and (ii) authorization of such depositaries, or other banks or trust companies, to act as fiscal agent of the board of regents for the custody of the proceeds of bonds and the moneys held in any funds created pursuant to RCW 28B.20.395, 28B.20.396, and 28B.20.398, or any resolution authorizing such bonds, and to represent bond owners in the event of a default on such bonds or in the event of a default in the performance of any duty or obligation of the board of regents in connection therewith, with such power and duty as such resolution may provide;

(d) Creation and administration of reserve and other funds for the payment, at or prior to maturity, of any indebtedness chargeable against the revenues from the university tract and for creation of working funds, depreciation funds, replacement funds, reserves for extraordinary repairs and any other fund deemed necessary or desirable to insure the continued profitable operation of the said university tract;

(e) Deposit of collateral security or indemnity bonds to secure the proceeds (i) of bonds issued pursuant to the provisions of such resolution and (ii) of all revenues which are pledged to secure the repayment of bonds issued pursuant to the provisions of such resolution and (iii) of all moneys deposited in any special fund created under the authority of RCW 28B.20.395, 28B.20.396, and 28B.20.398 or any covenant thereunder;

(f) The obligation of the board of regents to maintain the building or buildings in good condition and to operate and manage the same in an economical and efficient manner;

(g) The amount and kind of insurance to be carried by the board of regents in connection with the building or buildings, the companies in which such insurance shall be carried, the term thereof, the application of the proceeds of any such insurance, and adjustments of losses under any such policy of insurance;

(h) Limitations upon the amount of additional bonds, warrants and other obligations payable out of the revenues from the building or buildings which may be thereafter issued and the terms and conditions upon which such additional bonds, warrants or other obligations may be issued;

(i) Limitations upon the creation of additional liens or encumbrances on the building or buildings or the personal property used in connection therewith;

(j) The terms and conditions upon which the building or buildings, or any part thereof, may be sold, mortgaged, leased or otherwise disposed of, and the use or other disposition of the proceeds of any such sale, mortgage or lease;

(k) The methods of operation, management and maintenance of the building or buildings;

(l) Accounting and auditing and the keeping of records, reports and audits with respect to the building or buildings;

(m) The amendment or modification of any resolution authorizing the issuance of bonds pursuant to the provisions of RCW 28B.20.395, 28B.20.396, and 28B.20.398, including the terms and conditions upon which such amendment or modification may be effected and the number, amount or percentage of assenting bonds necessary to effectuate the same;

(n) Limitations upon the use of space or facilities in the building or buildings without payment therefor; and

(o) Such other matters as may be necessary or desirable to insure a successful and profitable operation of the building or buildings.

(3) The term "building or buildings" as used in subsection (2) of this section means the building or buildings or improvements upon the university tract with respect to which the revenues are pledged, under the terms of the resolution, to secure the payment of bonds issued under such resolution.

(4) The provisions of RCW 28B.20.395, 28B.20.396, and 28B.20.398 and of any resolution adopted in conformity with the provisions of this section shall constitute a contract with the owners of warrants or bonds issued pursuant thereto, and the provisions thereof shall be enforceable in any court of competent jurisdiction by any owner of such warrants or bonds by mandamus or any other appropriate suit, action or proceeding at law or in equity.

(5) Bonds issued pursuant to the provisions of RCW 28B.20.395, 28B.20.396, and 28B.20.398 may be redeemed, at the option of the board of regents, at such time or times, upon such terms and conditions, and at such premiums as the board of regents specifies in the resolution.

(6) If the board of regents fails to pay the required amounts into the special fund, established in conformity with subsection (2) of this section, the owner of any bond or bonds affected thereby may maintain an action against the board of regents to compel compliance with the terms of the resolution in this respect.

(7) Pending the preparation and execution of any bonds the issuance of which is authorized under the provisions of subsection (2) of this section, temporary bonds may be issued in such form as the board of regents determines.


[1999 c 346 7; 1983 c 167 34; 1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.398. Prior: 1947 c 284 4; Rem. Supp. 1947 4566-14. Formerly RCW 28.77.380.]

Notes: Purpose -- Construction -- Effective date -- 1999 c 346: See notes following RCW 28B.20.381.

Liberal construction -- Severability -- 1983 c 167: See RCW 39.46.010 and note following.







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28B.20.410
Children's center for research and training in mental retardation Established.
There is hereby established at the University of Washington a children's center for research and training in mental retardation and other handicapping conditions.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.410. Prior: 1963 c 193 1. Formerly RCW 28.77.430.]




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28B.20.412
Children's center for research and training in mental retardation Administration.
The center shall be administered by the board of regents of the University of Washington.


[1982 c 163 4; 1973 c 62 8; 1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.412. Prior: 1963 c 193 2. Formerly RCW 28.77.432.]

Notes: Severability -- Effective date -- 1982 c 163: See notes following RCW 2.10.052.

Savings -- Severability -- 1973 c 62: See notes following RCW 28B.10.510.







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28B.20.414
Children's center for research and training in mental retardation Purpose.
The general purposes of the center shall be:

(1) To provide clinical and laboratory facilities for research on the causes, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of mental retardation and other handicapping conditions in children;

(2) To develop improved professional and in-service training programs in the various disciplines concerned with handicapped children;

(3) To provide diagnostic and consultative services to various state programs and to regional and local centers, to an extent compatible with the primary research and teaching objectives of the center.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.414. Prior: 1963 c 193 3. Formerly RCW 28.77.434.]




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28B.20.420
Graduate scholarships for engineering research Established.
In order to further the development of advance studies in engineering there shall be established in the engineering laboratories of the University of Washington, ten graduate scholarships and/or fellowships to the amount of one thousand dollars and tuition each, per academic year. These scholarships shall be in the field of engineering which can best be used to aid the industrial development of the state of Washington and its resources. This graduate work shall be done in the laboratories of the university and shall be directed along the lines of professional research and testing.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.420. Prior: 1945 c 241 1. Formerly RCW 28.77.220.]




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28B.20.422
Graduate scholarships for engineering research Studies published Direction of program Qualifications for candidates.
The studies and results of such scholarships shall be published as bulletins or engineering reports of the college of engineering of the university and a reasonable number of copies thereof shall be available to the public without cost. The provisions of RCW 28B.20.420 and this section shall include the cost of individual scholarships, the cost of necessary supplies and materials to be utilized, and the cost of printing and distribution of the bulletins or engineering reports. The direction of this research program shall rest in the proper department or departments and schools of the engineering college of the university and the candidates must meet the qualifications of the graduate school of the university for graduate students.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.422. Prior: 1945 c 241 2. Formerly RCW 28.77.225; 28.77.220, part.]




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28B.20.440
University hospital.
The board of regents of the University of Washington is hereby authorized to operate a hospital upon university grounds to be used in conjunction with the university's medical and dental schools, including equipping and additional construction to the same.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.440. Cf. (i) 1947 c 286 2. No RRS. (ii) 1945 c 15 4. No RRS.]




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28B.20.450
Occupational and environmental research facility Construction and maintenance authorized Purpose.
There shall be constructed and maintained at the University of Washington an occupational and environmental research facility in the school of medicine having as its objects and purposes testing, research, training, teaching, consulting and service in the fields of industrial and occupational medicine and health, the prevention of industrial and occupational disease among workers, the promotion and protection of safer working environments and dissemination of the knowledge and information acquired from such objects and purposes.


[1989 c 12 4; 1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.450. Prior: 1963 c 151 1. Formerly RCW 28.77.410.]




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28B.20.452
Occupational and environmental research facility Industry to share costs.
See RCW 51.16.042.






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28B.20.454
Occupational and environmental research facility Submission of industrial and occupational health problems to facility Availability of information.
Any matter or problem relating to the industrial and occupational health of workers may be submitted to the environmental research facility by any public agency or interested party. All research data and pertinent information available or compiled at such facility related to the industrial and occupational health of workers shall be made available and supplied without cost to any public agency or interested party.


[1989 c 12 5; 1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.454. Prior: 1963 c 151 3. Formerly RCW 28.77.414.]




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28B.20.456
Occupational and environmental research facility Advisory committee.
There is hereby created an advisory committee to the environmental research facility consisting of eight members. Membership on the committee shall consist of the director of the department of labor and industries, the assistant secretary for the division of health services of the department of social and health services, the president of the Washington state labor council, the president of the association of Washington business, the dean of the school of public health and community medicine of the University of Washington, the dean of the school of engineering of the University of Washington, the president of the Washington state medical association, or their representatives, and the chairman of the department of environmental health of the University of Washington, who shall be ex officio chairman of the committee without vote. Such committee shall meet at least semiannually at the call of the chairman. Members shall serve without compensation. It shall consult, review and evaluate policies, budgets, activities and programs of the facility relating to industrial and occupational health to the end that the facility will serve in the broadest sense the health of the workman as it may be related to his employment.


[1973 c 62 9; 1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.456. Prior: 1963 c 151 4. Formerly RCW 28.77.416.]

Notes: Savings -- Severability -- 1973 c 62: See notes following RCW 28B.10.510.






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28B.20.458
Occupational and environmental research facility Acceptance of loans, gifts, etc. Presentment of vouchers for payments from accident and medical aid funds.
The University of Washington may accept and administer loans, grants, funds, or gifts, conditional or otherwise, in furtherance of the objects and purposes of RCW 28B.20.450 through 28B.20.458, from the federal government and from other sources public or private. For the purpose of securing payment from the accident fund and medical aid fund as funds are required, vouchers shall be presented to the department of labor and industries.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.458. Prior: 1963 c 151 5. Formerly RCW 28.77.418.]




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28B.20.462
Warren G. Magnuson institute for biomedical research and health professions training Established.
The Warren G. Magnuson institute for biomedical research and health professions training is established within the Warren G. Magnuson health sciences center at the University of Washington. The institute shall be administered by the university. The institute may be funded through a combination of federal, state, and private funds, including earnings on the endowment fund in RCW 28B.20.472.


[1990 c 282 1.]




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28B.20.464
Warren G. Magnuson institute Purposes.
The purposes of the Warren G. Magnuson institute for biomedical research and health professions training are as follows:

(1) Supporting one or more individuals engaged in biomedical research into the causes of, the treatments for, or the management of diabetes is the primary purpose of the institute;

(2) Providing financial assistance to students in graduate or postgraduate training programs in the health professions at the university is the secondary purpose of the institute;

(3) Supporting biomedical research into the causes of, the treatment for, or the management of Parkinson's disease, osteoporosis, or any other disease or medical disorder where the achievement of a significant result in the near term is especially promising; and

(4) Enhancing the training, research, and public service missions of the health sciences schools of the University of Washington.


[1990 c 282 2.]




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28B.20.466
Warren G. Magnuson institute Endowment fund earnings.
Unless designated otherwise by donors, the earnings on the endowment fund in RCW 28B.20.472 shall be distributed as follows:

(1) Earnings on the first seven hundred fifty thousand dollars shall be expended at the direction of the dean of the school of medicine, in support of one or more individuals engaged in biomedical research into the causes of, the treatments for, or the management of diabetes;

(2) Earnings on the next two hundred fifty thousand dollars shall be expended to provide financial assistance to students in graduate or postgraduate training programs in the health professions at the university, including: Medicine, nursing, public health and community medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, and social work. At least one such student at all times shall be in a career pathway preparing for or engaged in research related to diabetes, its antecedents, or complications; and

(3) Earnings on additional funds within the endowment may be used for any purpose of the institute as outlined in RCW 28B.20.464.


[1990 c 282 3.]




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28B.20.468
Warren G. Magnuson institute Trust fund.
The Warren G. Magnuson institute trust fund is hereby established. The trust fund shall be administered by the state treasurer. Funds appropriated by the legislature for the trust fund shall be deposited into the trust fund. At the request of the board of regents of the University of Washington, and when conditions set forth in RCW 28B.20.470 are met, the treasurer shall release state matching moneys in the fund to the University of Washington's local endowment fund. No appropriation is required for expenditures from the trust fund.


[1991 sp.s. c 13 106; 1990 c 282 4.]

Notes: Effective dates -- Severability -- 1991 sp.s. c 13: See notes following RCW 18.08.240.






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28B.20.470
Warren G. Magnuson institute State matching funds.
The University of Washington may apply to the treasurer for five hundred thousand dollars from the Warren G. Magnuson institute trust fund when the university can match the state funds with an amount of cash donations equal to twice the state funds provided. Private donations mean moneys from nonstate sources that include, but are not limited to federal moneys and assessments by commodity commissions authorized to conduct research activities including but not limited to research studies authorized under RCW 15.66.030 and 15.65.040.


[1990 c 282 5.]




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28B.20.472
Warren G. Magnuson institute Local endowment fund.
The state matching funds and the private donations shall be deposited in the university's local endowment fund. The university is responsible for investing and maintaining all moneys within the fund. The principal of the invested endowment fund shall not be invaded. The university may augment the endowment fund with additional private donations. The earnings of the fund shall be used solely to support the purposes of the Warren G. Magnuson institute for biomedical research and health professions training as set forth in RCW 28B.20.464.


[1990 c 282 6.]




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28B.20.500
Medical students from rural areas Admission preference.
The school of medicine at the University of Washington shall develop and implement a policy to grant admission preference to prospective medical students from rural areas of the state who agree to serve for at least five years as primary care physicians in rural areas of Washington after completion of their medical education and have applied for and meet the qualifications of the program under chapter 28B.115 RCW. Should the school of medicine be unable to fill any or all of the admission openings due to a lack of applicants from rural areas who meet minimum qualifications for study at the medical school, it may admit students not eligible for preferential admission under this section.


[1991 c 332 26; 1990 c 271 9.]

Notes: Application to scope of practice -- Captions not law -- 1991 c 332: See notes following RCW 18.130.010.






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28B.20.700
Construction, remodeling, improvement, financing, etc., authorized.
The board of regents of the University of Washington is empowered, in accordance with the provisions of this chapter, to provide for the construction, completion, reconstruction, remodeling, rehabilitation and improvement of buildings and facilities authorized by the legislature for the use of the university and to finance the payment thereof by bonds payable out of a special fund from revenues hereafter derived from the payment of building fees, gifts, bequests or grants, and such additional funds as the legislature may provide.


[1985 c 390 36; 1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.700. Prior: 1959 c 193 1; 1957 c 254 1. Formerly RCW 28.77.500.]




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28B.20.705
Definitions.
The following terms, whenever used or referred to in this chapter, shall have the following meaning, excepting in those instances where the context clearly indicates otherwise:

(1) The word "board" means the board of regents of the University of Washington.

(2) The words "building fees" mean the building fees charged students registering at the university.

(3) The words "bond retirement fund" mean the special fund created by chapter 254, Laws of 1957, to be known as the University of Washington bond retirement fund.

(4) The word "bonds" means the bonds payable out of the bond retirement fund.

(5) The word "projects" means the construction, completion, reconstruction, remodeling, rehabilitation, or improvement of any building or other facility of the university authorized by the legislature at any time and to be financed by the issuance and sale of bonds.


[1985 c 390 37; 1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.705. Prior: 1963 c 224 2; 1963 c 182 1; 1959 c 193 2; 1957 c 254 2. Formerly RCW 28.77.510.]




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28B.20.710
Contracts, issuance of evidences of indebtedness, acceptance of grants.
In addition to the powers conferred under existing law, the board is authorized and shall have the power:

(1) To contract for the construction, completion, reconstruction, remodeling, rehabilitation and improvement of such buildings or other facilities of the university as are and which may hereafter be authorized by the legislature.

(2) To finance the same by the issuance of bonds secured by the pledge of any or all of the revenues and receipts of the bond retirement fund.

(3) Without limitation of the foregoing, to accept grants from the United States government, or any federal or state agency or instrumentality, or any public or private corporation, association, or person to aid in defraying the costs of any such projects.


[1969 ex.s. c 223 28B.20.710. Prior: 1963 c 182 2; 1959 c 193 3; 1957 c 254 3. Formerly RCW 28.77.520.]




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28B.20.715
Bonds Issuance, sale, form, term, interest, etc. Covenants Deposit of proceeds.
For the purpose of financing the cost of any projects, the board is hereby authorized to adopt the resolution or resolutions and prepare all other documents necessary for the issuance, sale and delivery of the bonds or any part thereof at such time or times as it shall deem necessary and advisable. Said bonds:

(1) Shall not constitute

(a) An obligation, either general or special, of the state; or

(b) A general obligation of the University of Washington or of the board;

(2) Shall be

(a) Either registered or in coupon form; and

(b) Issued in denominations of not less than one hundred dollars; and

(c) Fully negotiable instruments under the laws of this state; and

(d) Signed on behalf of the university by the president of the board, attested by the secretary of the board, have the seal of the university impressed thereon or a facsimile of such seal printed or lithographed in the bottom border thereof, and the coupons attached thereto shall be signed with the facsimile signatures of such president and secretary;

(3) Shall state

(a) The date of issue; and

(b) The series of the issue and be consecutively numbered within the series; and

(c) That the bond is payable both principal and interest solely out of the bond retirement fund;

(4) Each series of bonds shall bear interest, payable either annually or semiannually, as the board may determine; (continued)