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Council Bill 806


An ordinance directing the closing of saloons in the City of Seattle and the discontinuance of the sale of intoxicating liquors on the days of the public reception to returning Washington volunteers, and prescribing penalties for the violation thereof

Description and Background

Legislative History

Sponsor:James E. Crichton
Date Introduced:September 25, 1899
Committee Referral:Corporation Council
Committee Recommendation:Indefinitely postponed, October 9, 1899
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