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THE MONKOE JorRSAI. TI KsTUY. JUNE 27, HIS.
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T. s'.are blankly a: the world or nol Erooxs by Rev. A. M.:r-!i. ,m ur luad in lirTero nt!y r.nd the world Se.it. 2. John W. ll.tvtt to T. A. H"rds you quizzically. Williams by Rev. J. x". William. Sometimes you pass a fellow on the S;';i'.. JamiM M. Tombt rl'.n to tre-l a:ul speak and ho doesn't re Margaret A. Starne; by Fs j. E. J. ;onil as cheerfully as you expected. Ilrimmmuer. V-u th;r.k it- has a rrou--h anainst Sep;. 7, Wil.stui ('. ("h iroy o For- you. Tile probability is you think i:e! a il. Hasty by Re,-, i'. 11. Firllips. wronj.-; the poor devil's liver is out of Ss'i't. !, M. A. I!:.'.:-) t M. I). v.ivr ar.d he couldn't t- nice if he Helm iy wanted to. U s heart's all ripht; only St'pt. l'. W, F.. l lbtbr to n.iro't.'? bis li'.u's out of older. lliAis'. hi b llov. P. J. t'araway. And then sometimes you meet a S-t. 12, Win. J. S-.v.kr to i Int tie ;l.:,p wh has ken speaking all rht P. Fhiiiium by Ks.p Th, s. C. tirit'iin. :r.l he apparently doesn't sec you at ,a ! A. 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Secrest. the conclusion reached by a medical Od. 12, William Ervin I'.aucom to research society after long investiga Ada Griftin by Esi. C. N. Simpson. It im. SQUIRE EDGEGATE The Freedom of '77-7TT-, . y s j s VM '.'.'A IVV1T TO TH J I D CT 'PirtCH CP GETS. THE i' -',9i Iater-r.af 1 Cartoon lb.., N. Y. w I II V wrrwK w uo f ) : ii. well w wuftwoftor) I frUSo wEaeTHa ) bT ttoxtiJ llX0'. I HflAAP k (APV.Ce OAOTfOVLLi j f - J , . (ooOHT TO RIMt) 7 YSiltl WB-Z TTj VfOPlOCl ' 0 v - ; Our Ancestors Oct. 2. Ja.r.es L. Mor: t' r.nir.n. ... ii tu ... k.. tv... r i i .!..v t. i homa uritnn to cuen t.d'.varus by Esq. J. 1-mith. Oct. Janes 1. Price to Hrt. h. Fr..v by I J. I. A. -.vr "t.n tow M ,.:e by Rev. R. H. Ja:-.-s. P. ty .; 1- J. nvth. N"V. 7... Wi'.Imm 17. Uiyart to KU-ctr A. t!r 'Tin by INq. J. S. Smith, , N' 'v- '-"n rr-n to lora A. ly lie v. l. A. :r. J.r. -N'- J?PI ? l.arner to .uag .Vci:a rv Kv. .. .:arsn. Ieo. 2-i, O. I. C iowe.l to M. E. t' ar.t by Rev. It. I . rinoher. v )'.;. T. 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You re- .,:t hs ccir.duet; but did you ever I An Ordinance Imposing and Defining the License and Privilege Taxes for the City of Monroe for the Fiscal Year Beginning' June 1, 1922, and Ending May 31, 15JZ3. and Each Fiscal Year Thereafter Until Amended. & & tt The DoarJ of Aldcrmea of the Cby ji M .nroe Jo ordain: Tha; in order to provbV for and ra;s funds for general municipal pur-po-cs, the ioi'.owlns license f. .e'lafte.- sp v tted are levied f r :. privi.e.-.- of carrying on the b.i ifsses tmiuvd v .thin the corporate i.tr.ts of ti e I ty of Monroe f.oni the fir-: d.v c' Jun-s 1-..22. to ti e Slst d:.y of Mr.;;, 1: 23, ar.d for each fiscal y.-ar thereof. er, arJ ail such taxis shad be due rnd paynbie in ad'-nnce ut the of.ice of the City Tx Collect or of i.nn. N. C. The piynier.t . .' any partku'ar tax imposed ha.l r.'i rei'it ve the party ay:ns same from liabdi.y for any other tax apeciticallv imposed for any other business con ducted by such person. Section 1. Itinerants. For the purpose of ihN ordinance, any per son.' firm or corporation that does not list a poll or property for taxation in said city or is not a bona-tidj resident of said City for a period of "iy months, shall be deemed an itinerant, and shall be seibject to the taxes lev ied herein on itinerants. Section 2. That al! persons, before intat.insr in the business, trade, pro fession, occupation or calling or d ! of rry net on xvhicii a license tax is .rapos'cl by this ordinance, sha'l ap ply to the City Tax Coiiector for a IvYiitj. and upon 'he payment of same as herein biiped. a Feci: so sf be is-ue.l to -aid applicant, pro-vb;-.i su J applic -it is a tit and suit able pet. r.. Such laense nui-t b. io-'.-u eon qb. i: n' ily in t:o phtc-' , f bus in !ened, or, if such l.ce: ha.; r.o reirular place of business, ti o lie -use nr.i t be kept at all times v'-l. ere it may be inspected by the proper city oificials. No license shall be transferable or assignable except by conse nt of t'ie Board of Aii'.crnun of the City of Monroe, N. C. Sutiin The adoption of this schedule of license taxes shall not ab. ii-e the r-hl of the Foard of Aide-men to chaiiKo. altar, increase or dicrea-e any of the license taxes heroin leviod'at any lime. And when I aiiv increase is made the license shall U revoked unless such increase! tax be raid within thirty days. Section . A separate license shn'.l be rcquiicd for each place of business unless places of business communi cate iliiec'iy with ar.d open into each other. Section ." Any license issued un der this ordinance shall be subject to revocation or suspension for a defi nite or indefinite time by the Hoard of Aldermen without refund of any part of the tax paid if the license j or manager or person in charge of the business at the time shall have been convicted of crime, or if, in the judg ment of the Hoard of Aldermen the business l'censee does, by reason of its nature or the manner op-the place in xvhich it is conducted, constitute a nuisance or is a menace to public health, safety or morals. And upon tin- rt vocation or suspension of any such license, it shall be unlaxvfu! for the person to whom such liceisc was granted to continue to conduct such busine.ts, anil upon violation of this provision the offender shall, upon conviction, be fined $50 or imprismed f ir thirty days. Each day such bus iness is conducted after such revoca tion or suspension of license shall constitute a separate offense. Section fl. That every owner of a motor vehicle, private or for hire, or public dray or back, used in transport ing persons or property for hire shnll apply to the City Tux Colle tor for license to operate such motor vehicle, public dray or hack, and shall obtain and display at all times on such ve hicle a metallic sijrn to be furnished by the City of Monroe, N. C, without charge, upon payment of the license taxes herinafter provided relating to such vehicle. Section 7. That upon satisfactory proof that any such metal sign or tag Iihs been lost or destroyed, the the Sneeze Ii Barred- . ' ' r r- .. Tax C.-Ilcci-r s,hall furnish a dupli cate upon the payment of a fej of tiny cents. S vtb:i S. That every person who shall vitiate any provision of this ?r dir.itiicj or cany on any business, traso, avocation or profession on whYh a license tax has been fixed, xviihout having first paid the tax and received c license, shall be liable to a puuiity of fifty dollars, or be im prisoned for thirty days, f..r each of fense, and each day said business .-hail b.' cr.rrbd on shall constitute a i.oara c ani distinct offense. Sicto-.i Ail license taxes im posed ly this ordinance shall be due and payable in advance and if any pers n shall fail to pay any license tax recjUireJ by the ordinance by August loth, ia22, five per centum oi ih" r.mount of such license shall be added to the tax required, and no li cense shall be planted until the li cense tax plus the five per centum thereof has been paid. The addition of the five per centum on the amount of sa:d license tax shall not exempt the delinquent from the penalties herein prescribed hi case of delin quency. Section 10. License Schedule 1. Body and top builders, and paintirs of automobiles, SlO.ti'). 2. Rank and trust companies, with canital s.eck and surplus of not over Sli'i'.tMi'.i'O, SI 3.00. Over ? 100,01)0,00, 2."i.O0. 'A. Uarber shops, for each chair. n.oo. 1. i!icxlcs each dealer or aitetit se'lbi-, ie'ititit; or repairing bicycUs, v rO. Til! posters, advertising by us.) of b.'.l 1 oards, ?S!MH). ti. Finerant bill poster or t'yn lacker, per day, $2.00. 7. Milliard, pool or bagatelle ta bles and shooting galleries, whether used or not, each table, or gallery, $30.00. 8. Blacksmith or horse shaeing shops. $2.30. P. Bottlers of soda water, coca cola, pcpsi-cola, chero-cola, gingtr- n!e, sfe-ola or other sou drir.Us, 30.00. 10. Itinerant dealers selling or de livering to retailers bottled soft drinks or waters of any kind, $30.00. 11. Butcher shops, rein! dealers in fresh meats provided this shall not apply to persons selling meat of their own raising, and provided further that persons who pay the taxes levied hi rounder shall not be required to pr.y any additional taxes for the privilege of dealing in fish and oysters, $.'13.00. 12. Circuses, menageries, wild west, dog and pony shows and every other show not specifically licensed herein, per day or part of day, composed of 13-c.ir trains or less, per day $30.00. More than 15-car trains per day, $100.00. If more than 50 cents gen eral admission is charged, such shows regardless of size, per day, $130.00. 13. Traveling circuses, moving picture, vaudeville, merry-go-rounds, ferris wheels, and other like amuse ment Mitei prises, per day, $30.00. Fro- ,v:ded this shall not apply to bona fide 'residents conducting moving pictures an I vaudevilles in connection there with, nor persons paying tax levied under section 33. 1 1. Upon each moving picture ma chine bv bona fide residents of the City of' Monroe, $30.00. 13. Cleaning, dyeing, pressing and repairing clothes, $15.00. hi. Coal or coke dealers, $15 00. i"a. Upon all ice plants or per sons manufacturing and dealing in ice, either wholesale or retail, $15 00. 17. Cotton buyers, brokers or fac tors, $25.00. 18. Cotton gins, each plant, $23.00. l'J. Cotton seed dealers, $25.00. 20. Harness makers or repairers, $5.00. 21. Motor vehicles used in trans porting property for hire, each, $15 00. 22. Electrical contractors or per sons cngageJ in whiiij? builJ:ngs, $25.ti0. 2"... Emigration labor agents or. a;.;in;ies for emidoyment of persons to perform work or labor outside of Vn.on county, $2J0.0O. 21. Exhibition, sleu.h: of band performances, rope dancing, not oth-wi-e taxed or performed uu.side of a regular licensed theatre or moving p.cture shoxx-, per day, $10.00. 25. Express co.npanits, $10.0.1. 2i. Feather renoxatvis, 23.00. 27. Fert.lizer dealers or agents, $!5 00. 28. Fis.h and oyster dealers, pro vided that persons raying license tax under (It) are exempt from payment of this tax, $15.00. 2".. Feddlers, $30.00. SO. Fawn brokers, eaeh. $500.00. 31. Fortune tellers, mind readers, palmists, including Gypsy bands liv ing in wagons, tents, or otherwise, provided the Mayor may in his dis cretion refuse to grant license, and no license shall be valid unless counter signed by him, $250.00. S2. Repairing or storing motor vehicles, conducting a garage or buy ing and selling motor vehicles, new or used, of any khid, $50.00. lYovided that any persons conducting a icpair sh.'p for motor vehicles and not en gaged in buying and selling same, .i'2...0O. Provided, further, this tax shall co er the tax 1-vieJ under !!). oil. Anv bona fid lesident of the Ci y of Monroe xvho sha!i conduct an liTY.iisir.ient park or recreation ground v. 'tb n .he City of Monroe shall be en .i'lvd. i.iion the payment of the li-cn.-e tax hereinafter provided, and on or in the grounds of tame, as a pait of such place of amusement, a swimming iiond or ponds, boats, merry-go-rounds and ferris wheels, and bowling alK-ys, upon payment of a li cense tax of $150.00. 31. I'pon every retail dealer in gasoline. $23,00. 35. Junk dealers, dealers in paper, rags or bones, SliS.OO. 2i. Ice cream peddlers xvho sell to .consumers on the streets, $10.00. S7. Ice cream and soft drink stands or fountains, $10.00. 38. Itinerants or non-residents of the City of Monroe, selling lunches, lemonade, ice cream or soft drinks balloons, fl.n:s, souvenirs, fruits, or other class of merchandise, per day, $10.00. 3;i. Lunches or sandwiches, pies, or other things sold from wagons or ve hicles on the streets, provided said vehicle xvill not occupy same space more than five minutes at a time, $25.00. 10. Marble yard, dealers or agents in tomb stones or monuments, $13.00. 41. Medicine venders or peddlers selling or advertising medicines or drugs from alleys, vacant lots, or go ing from place to place, with or with out free or paid attractions, per day, (provided they shall not occupy the streets without the written permis sion of the Mayor), $25.00. -12. Merchants and dealers doing any kind of business at ret-til, not herein specifically taxed by this or dinance, $10.00. 42a. Dealers in dry goods utid no tions, employing six or more clerks, , $25.00. Dealers in dry goods and millinery employing in the business of xvhich the dealing in millinery is a i art, six or more clerks, $25.00. Dealers in boots and Rhoes employ ing, in the business of xvhich the deal ing in boots and shoes is a part, more than six clerks, $25.00. Dealers in men's furnishing employ ing in the business of which men's furnishing is a part, six or more clerks, $25.00. 42b. Upon all wholesale dealers n dry goods, groceries, hardxvare or any other merchandise, $30.00. 43. Itinerant merchants or sales men selling as proprietor or agent, 1 goods, wares or merchandise, on which no other tax is levied or im pos.eJ, oer day, $10.00. 41. Motorcycles, registration fee, t.CJ. 45. Motor vth.c'.es, registration fee. $1.00. if.. Motor vehx'es, agents or deal ers or traders in automobiles, new or used, or ar.y person who buys auto mobiles for the purpose o sale or '.lading same, $25.00. 47. Motor vxhicles, dealers in nc cessories or parts, $10.00. 48. Dea'ers in illuminating or lu Iricr.ting oils, bmiire or nasoline, having an agency or warehouse for distribution thereof in the city, $10.00. 4'... Dealers in phonographs, graph aphones, or talking machines, alone, $15.00. 50. Fiano or organ dealers, of agents, $20.00. 51. Build.ng contractors, $25.00. i 52. Motor vehicles used in trans, porting persons for hire, each $10.Ct) 53. Hacks or xvagons or drays used for hire, each $5.00. 54. . Restaurants, cafes, or lunch counters, $15 00. 55. Second hand clothing dealers, $25.00. Git. Sewing machine dealers or agents, $!0.e. 57. Shoo make; s xvho do a repair business, $o.U. a. Dealers in cigarettes. $10.00. 5'.'. Vehicle dealers, such as bug gies, carriag-s. w:;.:ons or other ve iiicle not drawn bv motive pow?r, $15.no. ft'. Yul aniners, lv'.rend. is or repairers ot automobile tires, $10 fO. '.!. Doa'o's il furniture, $10.00. 02, Dta.ors in fecund haul furni ture. $25.00. Ci. Real estate dealers. 10.00. 61. Liirhtnira; rod agon's, $."0.00. 05. Teles rapii companies. $10.00. OG. I'pon a'l wood-yards, or per son? selling xvood at retail from a vard located w.thin the city limits, $10.00. i 07. Upon all itinerant photograph ers, or persons carrying on the busi n(ss of photography upon the s'reets 'of the C.ty of Monroe, per day, $10. .00. I 03. Plumbers or pipe-fixers and I repairers, $25.0". j 00. Upon all dealers in sheet music and pianos, or piano players, $25.00. i Provided that tnis tax shall not be i levied upon any person being taxed 'as a furniture dealer within the cor 1 poratc limits. ! 70. Upon undertaking, $20.00. 71. Tinsmiths. $10.00. Section U. That the foregoing li cense granted to any person, firm or corporation shall be granted subject to a.l the ordinances now in exis'ence or passed during the life time of said license that are annlicable to the liar- jt'cular trade or profession for which I said license is granted, and all ordi- nances heretofore passed by the j Hoard of Aldermen of the City of ! Monroe, and not rescinded, art hrre Iby declared applicable. Section 12. That any person, firm !or corporation obtaining license to carry on any of the business callings or professions herein enumerated and ! currying on same in a manner unsat isfactory to the majority of the Board of Aldermen of the City of Monroe. ' may have his license cancelled and his right to conduct said business an nulled, provided the unearned tax or 'proportionate part of said tax is re ; turned. Section 13. That it shall le law : ful for any person, firm or corpora tion to engage in any of the business es, trades, occupations or professions hereinbefore taxed without payment of license tax when the purpose of jsuch person, firm, or corporation is to derive funds for charitable or reli gious purposes and written permis sion shall be granted by the mayor. Adopted this 10th day of June, 1022. I J. C. M. VAN'N', Mayor. !J. II. Boyte, Clerk to (Board of Aldermen. BY LOUIS RICHARD