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  226.650.  Purpose of law. — The general assembly, for the purpose of promoting public safety, health, welfare, convenience, and enjoyment of highway travel and to preserve and enhance the natural scenic beauty of highways and adjacent areas, declares it to be in the public interest to regulate and restrict or prohibit the establishment, operation, and maintenance of junkyards in areas adjacent to the interstate and primary systems of highways in Missouri.


(L. 1965 2d Ex. Sess. p. 905 § 1)

(1969) Junkyard licensing statute is a reasonable and proper exercise of the state's police power. Deineke v. State Highway Commission (Mo.), 444 S.W.2d 480.

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