No. 38084.

69 Wn.2d 373 (1966)

418 P.2d 424

JOW SIN QUAN et al., Appellants, v. WASHINGTON STATE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD et al., Respondents.

The Supreme Court of Washington, Department Two.

September 29, 1966.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Carkeek, Harris, Harris, Myers & Vertrees, by John C. Vertrees, for appellants.

The Attorney General, Paul D. Solomon and Arthur Mickey, Assistants, for respondents.


In October, 1962, Mr. Jow Sin Quan and his wife, Sec Lun Quan, owned and operated a neighborhood grocery store, known as Roy's Grocery, in Seattle, Washington. As proprietor, Jow Sin Quan was the holder of a Class E-F liquor license, issued by the Washington State Liquor Control Board, hereafter referred to as the board, which authorized the sale of certain alcoholic beverages from the grocery store. On three Sundays, October 21, 28, and November 4, 1962...

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