Since the organization in 1892 of the National Conference on Uniform State Laws, more than 130 uniform laws have been drafted and approved by that group. A good many of the approved acts have since been superceded or withdrawn and at the present time a total of 58 uniform laws and 26 model acts are being recommended for adoption. All the states have adopted some of these laws and a few, such as Wisconsin or South Dakota have enacted a great number. The Commissioners of late have become interested in taking inventory in each state to determine the extent to which the subject matter of the uniform laws not adopted has been codified in other legislation. The purpose of this note is to report the results of such a study made of Washington legislation.
Byron D. Coney,
The Uniform Laws in Washington,
31 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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