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BILL NO. 9.
ORDINANCE NO. 8
an ordinance TO FIX, IMPOSE
' AND COLLECT A LICENSE TAX ON
CERTAIN TRADES, BUSINESS, OC
CUPATIONS, CALLINGS AND
amusements in the city of
YERINGTON ; TO REGULATE AND
CLASSIFY THE SAME ; TO FIX A
PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION
THEREOF; TO DEFINE THE DU
TIES OF CERTAIN OFFICERS IN
CONNECTION THEREWITH, AND
TO REPEAL ALL ORDINANCES
and parts of ordinances in
conflict Til ER E WITH.
The City Council of the City of Yering
ton do ordain:
Section 1. Every person, firm, cor
poration or association engaged in carry
ing on, maintaining, pursuing, conduct
ing or transacting, or that hereafter en
gages in, carries on, maintains, pursues,
conducts or transacts in the city of Yer
ington the trade, business, occupation,
calling or pursuit hereinafter named,
shall obtain from said city and shall pay
therefor the license herein specified.
SKC. 2. All licenses shall be taken
quarterly, monthly, weekly or daily, as
provided herein and shall be paid for in
advance.
All licenses taken out pursant to the
requirements of this ordinance shall be
posted and kept by the party or parties
taking out the same in a conspicuous
place or in or about the place of business
of the person or persons, firm or cor
poration who obtain the same, and on
demand, during the usual hours of busi
ness, must be shown to the officer whose
duly u is 10 coneci such license, aim uie
officer whose duty it is to issue the same.
SEC. 3. Any person, firm, association
or corporation whose duty it shall be
under the requirements of this ordinance
to take out a license who shall fail to do
so at the time required, or within five
days thereafter, shall pay as a penalty
tor such delay one dollar in addition to
the original amount of such license and
shall be liable to a civil action tor the re
covery thereof with costs, and to a crim
inal action wherein on conviction, he,
she. they or 'it shall be fined in a sum
not exceeding one hundred dollars or
shall l>e imprisoned in the city jail not
to exceed fifty days, or by both such fine
and imprisonment.
SEC. 4. All licenses provided by this
ordinance to be procured shall be printed
in appropriate form and shall be so print
ed mat on issuance the date, number,
amount, class, business, trade, profes
sion licensed and the name or names of
the party or parties to whom the license
is granted, and the time for which the
same was granted, and before issuance
they shall be signed by the Mayor, or in
his absence or inability to act, by the
Mayor pro tern., and countersigned by
me City Clerk.
SEC. 5. The Chief of Police shall
make diligent inquiry and examination
as to all persons in tne city liable to pay
lor licenses as provided- in this ordinance,
aim he is herein empowered, and it
snail be his duty to require each person
to appear before the City Clerk and
make a statement under oath or affirma
tion ot the amount of business which he
or tne firm ot which he is a member or
tor which he is agent or attorney, or the
association or corporation of which he is
president, secretary, or managing or res
ident agent, have done or tranacted dur
ing the last preceding month or quarter,
as the case may be, in order to carry out
the provisions of this ordinance.
file City Clerk shall keep in his office
a set ot books to be called the ' ‘City
Incense Registry," m which lie shall en
ter the business, trade or profession
licensed, the time lor which such license
holds good, and the date oi their issue
and expiration, and the amount received
therefor, and he shall exhibit such books
to the City Council ol said city when
ever required to do so.
SEC. t>. it shall be the duty ot the
Cliiet of Police to report to the City
Council all parties who have tailed to
take out licenses as required by this or
dinance as soon as such party or parties
snail nave been delinquent n\e ua>&, aim
thereupon the City Council may instruct
tlie City Attorney to institute civil pro
ceedings to recover the amount of such
delinquency with one dollar thereon
added as penalty, together with the costs
of suit; but such civil proceedings shall
not be a bar to the criminal action in
this ordinance provided for.
Skc. 7. The City Clerk. Chief of Po
lice, and all regularly appointed and
legally qualified policemen of said city
shall see that the requirements of this
ordinance are rigidlv complied with. If
the City Clerk, ’ " * " " Chief
of Police or any other officer herein
specified'shall, by willful failure to per
form the duties herein imposed, cause
the loss to said city of any sum of money
which might and should have been col
lected, he shall forfeit such sum to said
city.
Skc. 8. The licenses required by this
ordinance shall be as herein provided,
and shall be procured from said City
Clerk, and paid for as hereinafter pro
vided.
l.ROCKRS, MERCHANTS AN1> TRADERS.
Skc. 9. Kvery person, firm or asso
ciation, or corporation engaged in the
business of selling at wholesale or by re
tail in said city at a fixed place of busi
ness (except as in this ordinance other
wise provided), any groceries, provis
ions, drugs, medicines, oils, paints,
chemicals, furniture, drygoods, clothing,
lioots, shoes, hats, caps or any other
hind of goods, wares or merchandise
whatsoever, shall pay for and obtain
quarterly, a license to carry on such
business according to his, its or their
Monthly sales, as prescribed in the fol
lowing schedule, to wit:
1 hose whose monthly sales equal or
exceed ten thousand dollars, and not
equal to twenty thousand dollars, shall
ba> for such license twenty-two ami .50
l,MI dollars per quarter.
1 hose whose monthly sales equal or
exceed five thousand dollars and are not
equal to ten thousand dollars, shall pa\
quart™'" l»
JSr.rT ",0"‘hli “les equal ,,r
per qua,rte'nse deve,,“'1 "-'lOOdolLi
Those whose monthly sales equal or
exceed one dollar and not equal ‘ to one
thousand dollars, shall pav for such1
! quarter. SeVm """ |
SALOONS AND BARROOMS.
10. Every person, firm, corpora- I
I tmn or association engaged in keeping a
,rrni °f fUbllC saloon where wines, 1
malt or spirituous liquors are sold by the i
g assor bottle to be drank on the premises, 1
snail pay for and obtain quarterly, a
license to carry on such business of I
seventy dollars per quarter. The carrying i
on of a saloon or barroom together with |
any other business for which a license is !
paid shall not exempt the person as pro-!
j vided m this section.
HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, BOARDING I
HOUSES, CHOP HOUSES, AND LODGING, j
HOUSES.
Sec. 11. Every person, firm, associa- !
tion or corporation engaged in keeping 1
■> hotel, restaurant, boarding house, chop 1
house, eating house, or eating stand in |
the said city shall pay for and obtain
quarterly a license to carry on such bus- !
iness according to his, ’ its or their i
monthly receipts as provided in the fol- i
lowing schedule, to wit:
Those whose monthly receipts equal !
or exceed three thousand dollars shall
pay for such license thirty-five dollars
per quarter.
I hose whose monthly receipts equal
or exceed one thousand dollars and less
than three thousand dollars, shall pay
for such license twenty-five dollars per
quarter.
Those whose monthly receipts are less
than one thousand dollars shall pay for
such license ten aud no-100 dollars per
quarter.
Those engaged in running a lodging
house whose receipts equal or exceed
one thousand dollars per month shall pay
for such license twenty-five dollars per
quarter.
Those engaged in running a lodging
house whose receipts equal or exceed five
hundred dollars per month aud less than
one thousand dollars monthly shall'pay
for such license fifteen and no-100 dol
lars per quarter.
Those engaged in running a lodging!
house whose monthly receipts are less
than five hundred dollars and more than
two hundred dollars shall pay for such
license ten and no-100 dollars per quarter.
Those engaged in running a lodging
house whose monthly receipts are less
than two hundred dollars, shall pay for
such license five and no-100 dollars per
quarter.
COAL YARDS, WOOD YARDS, ARCHITECTS,
SEWING MACHINE AGENTS, MARBLE
AND GRANITE WORKERS, REAL ESTATE
AGENTS, REAL ESTATE SOLICITORS,
CABINET MAKERS, ORIGINAL CON
TRACTORS, CONTRACTING MECHANICS
OR BUILDERS, SOAl* MANUFACTURERS,
CREAMERIES. WAREHOUSES, COLD
STORAGE PLANTS, ICE SELLERS AND
PEDDLERS, INSURANCE COMPANIES,
SHOOTING GALLARIKS, BLACKSMITH
AND HORSESHOER, WAGONMAKER
AND HORSESHOER.
Sec. 12. Every person, firm, associa
tion or corporation engaged in conduct
ing any of the following kinds of busi
ness or occupations in said city, to wit:
Coal dealer, wood dealer, architect, sew
ing machine agent, marble and granite
worker, real estate agent, real estate
solicitor, cabinet maker, original con
tractor, contracting mechanic or builder,
soap manufacturer, operating cold stor
age plant, keeping warehouse, selling or
peddling ice, keeping shooting gallery,
manufacturing concrete or building
blocks, shall pay for and obtain a quart
erly license to carry on such business
and shall pay tnerefor thirty ami no-lOU
dollars per quarter.
Every agent of any fire insurance com
pany or companies shall pay for and ob
tain" a license quarterly to carry on such
business as follows, to wit:
Every lile or accident insurance repre
sentative of any insurance company do
ing business in said city shall pay tor
and obtain a license quarterly to carry
on such business, ami shall pay lor such
license ten and no-100 dollars per
quariei.
Those engaged in the business of rep
resenting a surety company or companies
shall pay for and obtain a license quart
erly to carrv on such business and shall
pay for such license fifteen and no-100
dollars per quarter.
Every person, firm or association en
gaged in carrying on business in said
city as blacksmith work and horse shoe
ing combined, wagonmaker or horse
shoeing shall pay for and obtain a quart
erly license to carry on such business as
follows, to wit: . ,
Those engaged in blacksmith work and
horseshoeing combined shall pay tor
such license eight and 50-100 dollars pel
quarter for running first fire and one
and 50-100 dollars per quarter for each
additional fire.
Those engaged in the business of
wagon-making shall pay for such license
fifteen and no-100 dollars per quarter
tor running first fire and five and no-100
dollars for each additional fire per
quarter.
I UPHOLSTERER, CARPET-CLEANER, COH
BI ER, TAILOR, BAKER, MILLINER, BILL
POSTER, GUNSMITH, RENOVATING ES
TABLISHMENT, BICYCLE REPAIRING
SHOP. CYCLYRY, ICE CREAM AND CON
EKCTIONERY STORE COMBINED, CLOTH
cleaning and dyeing ESTABLISH
MENT, JEWELERS.
Skc 13 Every person, firm or asso
I * or corporation carrying on or
conducting the following^kinds of busi
ness in said city, to wit. Lpholster,
carpet-cleaner, cobbler, tailor, baker,
mflCer. bill poster, K—h, removal
inn establishment, bicycle repairing
shoo cvclery, ice cream and confection
en store combined, cloth-cleaning, jew
dollars per quarter.
Bill posters, within the meaning of i
this ordinance, shall be construed to |
mean all persons who engage in the bus- i
iness or occupation of posting by tack- |
ing, pasting, painting or otherwise or,
circulating from house to house, or dis-1
tributing upon the streets any advertis- j
ing matter, bills, posters, pictures or |
other things whatsoever advertising the |
business of any person, firm, corpora- i
tion, of any publisher, manufacturer, or
person or persons engaged in any busi- j
ness or industrial pursuit, or of operas, j
theaters, shows, circuses or other exhi- i
bition.
Provided, that nothing herein con- |
tained shall apply to the painting of any i
store, office, or other sign by sign paint
ers; nor to any person, firm, association i
or corporation when distributing its own
hand bills, containing the advertisement I
of his or its business and nothing else, 1
from house to house, or among individ- i
uals upon the streets; nor to any church j
or charitable or benevolent society or
pereon representing the same while en
gaged in advertising such work only,
nor to any political organization in dis
tributing its printed matter, nor to any’
person posting legal notices, as public
offiers or attorneys.
EXPRESS COMPANIES, TELEGRAPH COM
PANIES, ELECTIC LIGHT COMPANIES,
WATER COMPANIES, STAGE COMPANIES,
ELECTRIC ANIl STREET RAILWAY COM
PANIES.
Sec. 14. Every electric light com
pany, every express company, every tele
graph company, every telephone com
pany, every water company, every stage
company, and every electric and street
railway company keeping an office or
doing business in said city shall pay for
and obtain quarterly a license to carry
on such business as follows, to wit:
Every stage company shall pay for
such license thirty-five and no-100 dol
lars per quarter.
Those engaged in operating telephone
line or lines ten and no-100 dollars per
quarter.
Every express company shall pay for
such license twenty-five and no-100 dol
lars per quarter.
Every person or corporation furnishing
light to the inhabitants of said city shall
pay for such license ten and no-100 dol
lars per quarter.
Every company furnishing water to
the inhabitants of said city shall pay for
such license ten and 110-lUO dollar per
quarter.
By the word company as meant in this
section is any corporation or one or more
persons carrying on one of the branches
of business specified in this section.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Sec. 15. Every person, firm associa
tion or corporation engaged in banking
or in doing a brokerage business shall
pay for and obtain quarterlv a license to
carr}’ on such business in said city as
follows, to wit:
Those engaged in banking business
shall pay for such license twenty-five
and no-lOU dollars per quarter.
Those engaged in carrying on a brok
erage business in said city shall pay for
such license ten and no-100 dollars per
quarter.
The intention of this section is that
banks or houses doing both banking and
brokerage business shall not pay for and
obtuin both the banking ami brokerage
license, but only the banking license.
AIJ, LAUNDRIES OTHER THAN STEAM
LAUNDRIES, JOB PRINTERS AND JUNK
DEALERS.
SEC. 16. Every person, firm, associa
tion or corporation engaged in carrying
on a laundry business other than a steam
laundry, the business of job printing ex
clusively, or the business of junk dealer
shall pay for and obtain a license quart
erly to carry on such business as follows,
to wit:
Those engaged in conducting a laun
dry other than a steam laundry, shall
pay for such license ten and no-100 dol
lars per quarter.
Those engaged in conducting the bus
iness of job printing exclusively shall
pay for such license fifteen and no-100
dollars per quarter.
Those engaged in the business of junk
dealing shall pay for such license ten
and no-100 dollars per quarter.
MANUFACTURERS OF ICE AND SOFT BEV
r,i\Av»JVv).
SEC. 17. Every person, firm, associa
tion or corporation engaged in the busi
nesf of manufacturing ice and soft bev
erages such as soda water and all simi
lar kinds shall pa\ for such license fif
teen and no-100 dollars per quarter.
PRESS BRICK PLANTS, LUMBER YARDS,
WHOLESALE BUTCHER establish
ments, undertakers.
SEC. 18. Every person, firm, associa
tion or corporation engaged in the busi
ness of press brick plants, lumber yards,
wholsale butcher establishments and all
such persons, firms, corporations or as
sociations engaged in the undertaking
business in said city shall pay for and
obtain a quarterly license to carry on
said business as follows, to wit:
Those engaged in operating a press
brick plant shall pay for such license
twenty-five dollars per quarter.
Those engaged in the business of run
ning a lumber yard shall pay for such
license twenty-five and no-hundred dol
lars per quarter.
Those engaged in the business of run
ning a wholesale butcher establishment
shall pay for such license ten and no
1(X) dollars per quarter.
Those engaged in the business of un
dertaking shall pay for such license fif
teen and no-100 dollars per quarter.
draymen and job waoons, barber
shops.
SEC. 19. Every person, firm associa
tion or corporation engaged in carrying
on the business in said city of draying
and job wagon, conducting a barber
shop, shall pay for and obtain a quarter
ly license to carry on such business as
follows, to wit:
Those engaged in the business of dray
ing and job wagon shall pay for such
license five and no-100 dollars per quart
er for running first dray, and two and
no-100 dollars per quarter for running
each additional dray.
Those engaged in the business of con
ducting a barber shop shall pay for such
license seven and no-100 dollars per
quarter for the first chair and two and
50-100 dollars per quarter for each addi
tional chair.
STEAM LAUNDRIES, RETAIL BUTCHERS
AND LIVESTOCK CORRALS, LIVERY
STABLES.
Sec. 20. Every person, firm, associa
tion or corporation engaged in carrying
on, conducting or maintaining any of
the following kinds of business in said
city, to wit:
Steam laundries, retail butcher and
livestock corrals and livery stables shall
pay and obtain quarterly a license to
carry on such business, and shall pay
therefor fifteen and no-100 dollars per
quarter.
CIRCUS OR menageries.
Sec. 21. Every person, firm, associa
tion or corporation who shall exhibit any
circus, caravan or menagerie in said city
shall pay for and obtain a license to do
so in advance, and shall pay for such
license for each exhibition or perform
ance fifty and no-100 dollars.
tamale stands ok parlors, saddle
and harness factory and boot
black.
Sec. 22. Every person, firm, associ
ation or corporation engaged in carrying
on, conducting or maintaining any of
the following kinds of business in said
city, to wit: Tamale stands or parlors,
or bootblacks, shall pay for and obtain
quarterly a license to carry on such busi
ness and shall pay therefor five and no
100 dollars.
ASSAYERS, RETAIL HARNESS AND SAD
DLE SHOPS, CIVIL ENGINEERS AND
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
SEC. 23. Every person, firm, associa
tion or corporation engaged in carrying
on, conducting or maintaining any of the
following kinds of business in said city,
to wit:
Assayer, retail harness and saddle
shop, civil engineer and real estate agent
shall pay for and obtain quarterly a
license to carry on such business, and
shall pay therefor ten and no-l(X) dollars.
THEATERS, ETC.
SEC. 24. The owner, lessee or man
ager of any theater or hall used for
theatrical performances, concerts or any
public entertainment in said city shall
pay for and obtain a license for such
performance for which an admission fee
is charged at tlierateof, if by the day, five
and no-100 dollars, or, if by the quarter,
fifteen and no-100 dollars; provided, that
when the same is given in aid of any lo
cal, educational or charitable purpose,
no license shall be required.
OTHER PERFORMANCES.
Sec. 25. Every person, firm, associa
tion or corporation engaged in exhibit
ing any performance in the open air or
under a tent within the limits of said
city (.excepting a circus, caravan or me
nagerie), when an admission fee is
charged, shall pay for and obtain a
license for conducting the same, and
shall pay for such license ten and no-100
dollars per day; provided, that when the
same is given in aid of any local, educa
tional or charitable purpose, no license
shall be required.
Those engaged in the business of con
ducting a merry-go-round shall pay for
and obtain a license for conducting the
same and shall pay for such license, if
by the quarter, fifteen and no-100 dol
lars, and it by the day, five and no-100
dollars.
AUCTIONEES.
SKC. 26. Every person, firm, or asso
ciation or corporation engaged in the
business of selling goods, wares, mer
chandise or other personal property, or
real estate at auction or public outcry in
said city shall pay for and obtain quart
erly a license to carry on or conduct such
business and shall pay for such license,
if by the quarter, five hundred dollars,
or if a monthly license, which shall date
from the first day of the month in which
said license is issued, two hundred fifty
and 110-lUO dollars; or if a daily license
for each and every day that he or it or
they shall be engaged in such business,
fifteen anl no-100 dollars; provided,
however, that any person may sell at
auction or public outcry (where the same
is not shipped into said city for the pur
pose of said sale), any such property,
job lot, and in limited quantities, out
side and away from any place of busi
ness established, fixed or maintained for
that purpose, by paying a quarterly
license for twenty-five dollars; and, pro
vided further, that any person, firm, as
sociation or corporation may sell at pub
lic auction any stock of goods, wares
or merchandise or other personal prop
erty without paying a license therefor
when such person, firm, association or
corporation has failed in such business
where said business had, prior to such
failure, been conducted in said city for a
period of six months prior thereto.
HAWKERS ANI) PEDDI.ERS.
Sec. 27. Every street hawker or itin
erant vendor of dry goods, groceries,
meat, cigars, tobacco, jewelry or other
merchandise, and every traveling pho
tographer who solicits business from
house to house, and every person en
gaged in the business or occupation of
peddling milk using a cart or wagon,
and every person engaged in the busi
ness or occupation of itinerant hawking
or peddling, or traveling dentists and
doctors ami opticians in said city shall
pay for and obtain a license to carry on
such business as follows, to wit:
l-'or a quarterly license he, they or it
shall pay therefor fifty and no-100 dol
lars for a license to carry 011 such busi
ness.
Every person, firm, association or cor
poration (other than itinerant vendors),
engaged in the business or occupation of
selling or disposing of at retail for a
commission or otherwise, or in any man
ner other than at a fixed place of busi
ness, any goods, wares, merchandise,
jewelry, drygoods, meat, cigars, grocer
ies, tobacco, fruit, vegetables or any
products of the farm (except as herein
after provided), shall obtain quarterly a
license to carry on such business or oc
cupation and shall pay therefor twenty
five dollars per quarter.
Provided, that nothing in this section
shall applv to any farmer or producer
who sells or disposes of his own agri
cultural products.
FORTUNE TELLERS, MEDIUMS, CLAIRVOY
ANTS, ASTROLOGERS, PALMISTS, PHRE
NOLOGISTS.
Sec. 28. Every person, firm or asso
ciation engaged in the business or occu
pation as fortune-telling, medium, clair
voyant, astrologer, palmist, phrenologist
in the said city shall pay for and obtain
a license weekly in advance to carry on
such business or occupation and shall
pay for such license fifty and no-100 dol
lars per week.
HURDY GURDY HOUSES AND HOUSES OF
ILL FAME.
Sec. 29. Every person, firm, associa
tion or corporation, engaged in the busi
ness of keeping or conducting a hurdy
gurdy house or dance house in said city
shall pay for and obtain a license week
ly in advance ami shall pay for such
license one hundred dollars per week.
Every keeper or proprietor of a house
of ill-fame or prostitution shall pay for
and obtain a license to keep such house
monthly, and shall pay for such license
seventy-five and no-100 dollars per
month; but such license shall not give
the licensee or licensees the privilege of
keeping a bar, or selling any kind of
drinks or any cigars, cigarettes, tobacco
or other articles of trade or merchandise.
GAMES AND GAMBLING DEVICES.
Sec. 30. Each and every person,
firm, company, corporation or associa
tion who shall carry on as agent, man
ager, owner or proprietor any game of
faro, roulette, rondo, keno or any other
game not prohibited by the Statutes of
the State of Nevada, or shall carry on or
conduct any banking game played with
cards, dice or any other device, whether
the same be played for money, checks,
credit or any other valuable thing or
representative of value, shall pay for and
obtain a city license to carry on such
game, and shall pay for each license ten
and no-100 dollars per month; provided,
that when more than one of said games
are carried on in the same room or
apartment, whether by the same or dif
ferent owners, each game so carried on
shall be separately licensed; and, pro
vidded further, that the license imposed
by this ordinance is for revenue only,
and not for the purpose of prohibition,
suppression or regulation.
BII.I.IAKD TAHI.K KEKl’KHK, 1*001. TAHI.K K’KEI*
KKS. KEKEKHK OK TAHI.K CJAME KNOWN AS
“THE DKVII. AMUNU THE TAC.OKK " OH ANY
UAMK WITH HAI.I. ASH >' E OK ANY ME
CIIANICAI. DEVICE (Ol’HEU THAN Kl.OT MA
CHINES).
Sue. 31. Kvery person, firm, associa
tion or corporation carrying on or con
ducting the following kinds of business
in said city, to wit: Hilliard table keep
ers, pool table keepers, keepers of table
game known as “The Devil Among
the Tailors," or any game with
ball and cue, or any mechanical
device (other than slot machines),
shall pay for and obtain quarterly a
license for conducting or carrying on
each and every business so conducted or
carried on and shall pay therefor five
and no-l(K) dollars per table per quarter.
SLOT MACHINES OH HOW 1.1 NO AI.I.EY.N.
SKC. 32. Kvery person keeping, main
taining or operating any niekel-in-the
slot machine or machines or similar de
vices shall procure a license therefor and
shall pay therefor quarterly the sum of
twenty-five and no-100 dollars for each
machine and similar device so licensed;
and, provided further, that a slot ma
chine within the meaning of this ordi
nance is defined to he a machine at
which only one denomination of coin
can be played, and that in case machines
are used at which coins of more than
onp denomination can be played, that
such machines shall pay a separate
license as in this section provided; and,
provided further, any person holding a
license under this section who shall
knowingly permit any person under the
age of twenty-one years to play such
nickel-in-the-slot machines shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon con
viction thereof, shall lie fined not less
than twenty-five and 110-HX) dollars nor
more than one hundred dollars, and may
he imprisoned in the city jail for a pe
riod not exceeding sixty days.
Kvery person, firm, association or
corporation carrying on or conducting a
bowling alley shall procure a license and
pay therefor ten dollars per month.
ATTO.INKVK, 1'HYSICIANk, VKTKKI NAHIA.NK,
DENTISTS AND HllOTlXIKAHHKKS.
SBC. 33. Every person, nrm or asso
ciation carrying on the following pro
fessions, to wit: Attorney, physicians,
veterinarians, dentists and photograph
ers shall pay for and obtain quarterly a
license for carrying on each and even
profession so carried on and shall pay
therefor seven and 50-100 dollars per
quarter. •
CAKPKSTKH SHOPS.
SBC. 34. Every person, firm, associa
tion or corporation carrying on or con
ducting the following kind of business
in said city, to wit: Carpenter shop
j shall pay for and obtain quarterly a
I license for conducting or carrying on
such business so conducted or carried on
and shall pay therefor seven and 50-100
dollars per quarter.
DAILY, SKMI-WKKK'l.Y OH VVKKIvl.Y NKWSFAPKHH
Sec. 35. Every person, firm, associa
tion or corporation carrying on or con
ducting a daily, semi-weekly or weekly
1 newspaper in said city, shall pay and
obtain quarterly a license for conducting
or carrying on such business so con
ducted or carried on and shall pav there
for twenty-five and no-100 dollars per
quarter.
Sec. 36. It shall be unlawful for any
person, firm, association or corporation
engaged in selling drygoods, groceries
or other merchandise at wholesale or
retail to keep in connection with such
business for sale any wines, malt or
spirituous liquors without first obtaining
a license therefor, and shall pay for such
license the sum of fifty and no-UK) dol
lars per quarter.
Sec. 37. Such license shall not author -
ize such person, firm, association or cor
poration to sell or dispose of wines, malt
or spirituous liquors in quantities less
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