No. 37753.

69 Wn.2d 712 (1966)

419 P.2d 993

THE COUNTY OF SPOKANE, Respondent, v. VALU-MART, INC., Appellant.

The Supreme Court of Washington, En Banc.

November 10, 1966.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Carl Maxey and Riner E. Deglow, for appellant.

George A. Kain and Edward J. Parry, for respondent.


Has Spokane County, in an ordinance affecting Sunday business gone beyond the legitimate police power? The Board of Spokane County Commissioners enacted ordinance No. 56-436 November 20, 1956, making it a criminal offense to operate a place of business on Sunday for the purpose of selling major household appliances, furniture and other described household furnishings. Valu-Mart, a large department store, now appeals from a judgment and sentence of conviction...

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