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Motorists Get One Day's Grace on 1923 Tags

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Motorists Get One Day's Grace on 1923 Tags

Washington Times
December 29, 1922


Washington D.C. Auto License Office 1922 With but two days left to get 1923 automobile tags, motorists today beseiged the license tag office in the District building.  The Times photographer snapped this picture this morning when the rush began at 9 o'clock.
Superintendent Wayne H. Coombs pitched in to help his force of employes.  Left to right in the picture are Superintendent Coombs, Edward R. Dean, Tucker G. Humphries, Edward E. Bailey and Samuel A. Coombs.
Police today were instructed to arrest all motorists without 1923 tags, beginning midnight next Tuesday.

The District Commissioners today decided to give automobilists one day's grace.

To date about 36,000 tags have been sold.  Ordinarily 50,000 tags are sold before the first of the year and plans are being made to handle big crowds at the license tag office tomorrow and next Tuesday.

The offices will be closed all day Monday, but will open at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning and will remain open until 6 o'clock.



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