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Ordinance 35503

Introduced as Council Bill 24425


An ordinance relating to intoxicating liquor within the City of Seattle, prohibiting manufacture, keeping, sale and disposition thereof, except in certain cases, the soliciting and taking of orders therefor, the advertisement thereof and the making of false statements for the purpose of obtaining the same, declaring certain places to be nuisances and providing for their abatement, regulating the keeping, sale and disposition of intoxicating liquor by druggists and pharmacists, the prescription thereof by physicians, the transportation thereof, and providing for the search for and seizure and destruction thereof, prescribing powers and duties of certain officers, and the forms of procedure and the rules of evidence in cases and proceedings hereunder, and fixing penalties for violations thereof, repealing all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith, and the time when this ordinance shall take effect.

Description and Background

Current Status:Passed

Legislative History

Date Introduced:November 15, 1915
Committee Referral:License
City Council Action Date:December 1, 1915
City Council Action:Passed
Date Delivered to Mayor:December 1, 1915
Date Signed by Mayor:
(About the signature date)
December 1, 1915
Date Filed with Clerk:December 1, 1915
Signed Copy:PDF scan of Ordinance No. 35503
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