1902 -. Semiahmoo Harbor, Washington. By the act approved on June 10, 1902, an appropriation was made of $25,000 to establish light and fog-signal. The work will be commenced as soon as practicable.
1903 -. Semiahmoo Harbor, Washington.The act approved on June 10, 1902, appropriated $25,000 for the establishment of a light and fog signal. A preliminary survey was made to determine the area and boundaries of its site. On April 14, 1903, the Board approved the location of this site and decided to erect structures here similar to those at Desdemona Sands, Oregon, light-station. Plans and specifications are now being prepared and negotiations for the site are under way.
1904 Semiahmoo Harbor, Washington Sound, Washington.The land for the site of this light-station was condemned on January 10, 1904, and damages to the amount of $50 were awarded. A contract for the construction of the station is now being made.
1905 Semiamoo Harbor, Washington.The act approved on June 10, 1902, appropriated $25,000 for establishing a light and fog-signal station here. Bids for constructing the station were opened on May 31, 1904. The lowest received was accepted and contract was made. It was completed, and on May 15, 1905, the light was shown for the first time.
1905 Semiamoo Harbor, Washington.The Daboll trumpet was in operation some 3 hours and consumed about 2 gallons of oil. This fog-signal was on May 15, 1905, started for the first time.
1920 Keeper Louis Betteker awarded lighthouse efficiency flag for 1920.
1939 Automatic light and bell installed.
1944 Lighthouse deactivated and torn down.