Ordinance #14: Business License (Hotels, Restaurants, Feed Stables)
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO LICENSES OF HOTELS, RESTAURANTS AND FEED STABLES.
BE IT ORDAINED by the Chairman and Trustees of the Village of Georgetown, Bear Lake County, Idaho.–
That a license must be procured from the Chief of Police, signed and issued by the Clerk of the Village, for the business occupations hereinafter named, and enumerated, for which said police must require of the owner, proprietor, lessee, keeper, manager or operator thereof, payment as follows: For each hotel, where individuals, or parties traveling for pleasure, or commercial employment, or other transitory purposes, may have entertainment and lodging shall pay at the rate of Three Dollars ($3.00) per quarter or fraction thereof.
For each livery and feed stable, at which horses and carriages or wagons or teams are kept and let or used for hire, for the delivery of passengers or goods, or both, and where horses are boarded and exchanged for compensation at the rate of Three Dollars ($3.00) per quarter or fraction thereof.
Any person or persons, not complying with the terms of the foregoing ordinance, shall upon conviction thereof, shall be considered as guilty of a misdemeanor and fined in a sum, nor exceeding, One Hundred Dollars ($100.00)
Unsigned: not dated