§ 47.42.010 Declaration of purpose
§ 47.42.020 Definitions
§ 47.42.025 Exclusions from scenic system
§ 47.42.030 Signs visible from interstate, primary, or scenic systems restricted
§ 47.42.040 Permissible signs classified
§ 47.42.045 Number of signs–Spacing–Tourist facility, business or agricultural signs
§ 47.42.050 Information signs by governmental units
§ 47.42.055 Roadside area information panels or displays
§ 47.42.060 Rules for signs visible from interstate and scenic systems–Judicial review
§ 47.42.062 Signs visible from primary system in commercial and industrial areas–Requirements, restrictions, and prohibitions
§ 47.42.063 Signs visible from primary system in commercial and industrial areas–Preexisting signs–Permissible signs–Spacing
§ 47.42.065 Signs viewable from other highways or streets–Requirements
§ 47.42.070 State and local prohibitions
§ 47.42.080 Public nuisance–Abatement–Penalty
§ 47.42.090 Revocation of permit
§ 47.42.100 Preexisting signs–Moratorium
§ 47.42.102 Compensation for removal of signs–Authorized–Applicability
§ 47.42.103 Compensation for removal–Action determining amount–Payment–State’s share
§ 47.42.104 Compensation for removal–Federal share–Acceptance
§ 47.42.105 Unavailability of federal share
§ 47.42.107 Compensation for removal under local authority
§ 47.42.110 Agreements for federal aid
§ 47.42.120 Permits–Application–Fees–Renewal–Permissible acts–Revocation
§ 47.42.130 Permit identification number
§ 47.42.140 Scenic areas designated
§ 47.42.901 Severability–1963 ex.s. c 3
§ 47.42.910 Short title–1961 c 96
§ 47.42.911 Short title–1971 ex.s. c 62
§ 47.42.920 Federal requirements–Conflict and accord

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