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					                                    ORDINANCE 2010-013

       AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF DANIA BEACH, FLORIDA
       REPEALING AND REPLACING SECTION 15-12, “BUSINESS TAX
       SCHEDULE” OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES AND CREATING A NEW
       SECTION 15-12, ALSO ENTITLED “BUSINESS TAX SCHEDULE” TO
       PROVIDE FOR A FIVE PERCENT (5%) INCREASE IN THE ANNUAL
       BUSINESS TAXES ASSESSED AGAINST ALL BUSINESS CATEGORIES;
       PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR CONFLICTS;
       FURTHER, PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

       BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DANIA

BEACH, FLORIDA THAT:

       Section 1.     That Section 15-12, “Business Tax Schedule” is repealed, and in its place

a new Section 15-12, “Business Tax Schedule” is created to read as follows:

Sec. 15-12.    Business Tax Schedule.

        The amounts which shall be paid by any person or persons, firms or business associations
of any kind maintaining a permanent business location or branch office within the city, for the
privilege of engaging in or managing any business, profession or occupation within the City are
as follows:

Abstract and title companies or agents . . . $ 179.00

Advertising: Advertising agency, agents, canvassers or solicitors (where there is no other
applicable classification) including welcome wagon organizations, greeting service organizations
and public relations firms, for each agent . . . 179.00
Persons distributing circulars, pamphlets or other advertising matter, except local merchants
advertising in this way their own goods and merchandise (with permission to be granted by city
manager, in his discretion, and on condition that the advertising materials not be placed in, or
handed into automobiles or thrown on streets, but to be placed under doors only) . . . 179.00
Cross references: Regulation of advertising, Ch. 3.

Agency, including babysitting registry, booking night club tours and related types of service
business where there is no other applicable classification . . . 96.25

Airplanes, including charging for flying passengers and freight, dealers and air manufacturers,
airplane instruction schools and related types of businesses where there is no other applicable
classification . . . 248.00

Airplane repair and overhaul . . . 206.50
Alleys, bowling, boxball, or ten pin, for each alley . . . 110.25

Alterations (including dressmaking) . . . 41.00

Ambulance service, per ambulance . . . 96.25

Amusement parlors:
(a) One to 25 machines or devices . . . 1,515.75
(b) 26 to 50 machines or devices . . . 1,653.75
(c) 51 to 75 machines or devices . . . 1,791.50
(d) 76 to 100 machines or devices . . . 1,929.25
(e) Each over 100 . . . 16.50
Cross references: Regulation of coin-operated devices, Ch. 10.

Amusement parks, permanent, an annual fee to be paid by the operator of each permanent
amusement park . . . 17,226.50
Note: All amusement parks must be first approved by the city commission.

Animal exhibition, including dog or trained animal exhibition:
Per day . . . 137.75
Per week . . . 310.00

Animal grooming service (not in connection with other services) . . . 96.25

Antique stores (see merchants retail and wholesale)

Art and craft studio (which shall be permitted to sell only what is actually made on the premises)
. . . 110.25

Athletic club, giving athletic contests or exhibitions . . . 82.50

Auction stores, permanent (to be approved by the city commission, annually) . . . 1,481.25

Auctioneer, including those auctioning household goods from a residence, or conducting a public
sale from a place other than a residence:
First day . . . 110.25
Plus for each day after the first day . . . 27.50
Auction shops or auction stores (itinerant), per week . . . 759.00

Automatic amusement machines, games and devices, such as marble games, throwing balls at
figures and the like, which are not provided for, including shuffleboard games and bowling
games:
Owners and operators . . . 275.50
Distributor . . . 275.50
For each machine . . . 68.75
Each set . . . 68.75



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Note:
(a) An owner or operator is an individual or corporation owning 3 or more machines placed
anywhere in the city, who procures for either rental or a portion of the proceeds therefrom.
(b) A distributor is one who distributes automatic amusement machines and devices and in
addition distributes musical devices.
Cross references: Licensing and regulation of coin-operated devices, Ch. 10.

Automatic musical device, such as juke boxes, etc:
Owner or operator . . . 275.50
Each machine . . . 68.75
Cross references: Licensing and regulation of coin-operated devices, Ch. 10.

Automatic trade machines, where only incentive to operate same is to procure or receive
merchandise of the reasonable value or cost of operating same, such as gum, peanuts, drinks,
foods, candy and like. "Distributor" is defined, for the purpose of this subsection, as an
individual, firm or corporation owning three or more machines placed anywhere in the city and
procures either rental or a portion of the proceeds thereof:
Distributors . . . 275.50
$0.01 machine, each . . . 2.50
0.05 machine, each . . . 13.50
0.10 machine, each . . . 27.50
0.25 machine, each . . . 82.50
0.50 machine, each . . . 137.75
Over 0.50 machine, each . . . 165.25

Automatic trade machines, which dispense services such as washers, dryers, etc.:
Distributor . . . 275.50
Each machine . . . 20.25
Cross references: Licensing and regulation of coin-operated devices, Ch. 10.

Automatic weighing machines (when operated for profit) . . . 13.50
Cross references: Licensing and regulation of coin-operated devices, Ch. 10.

Automobile dealers, includes all types of motor vehicles with a separate receipt to be obtained
for each of the classifications listed below:
(a) Display room or lot for new or used cars . . . 206.50
(b) Paint, body or top shop . . . 220.50
(c) Repair shop . . . 220.50
(d) Washing, polishing and greasing (not connected with garage or service station) . . . 165.25
(e) Combined . . . 276.00
Wrecking service (to be approved by both city manager and city commission, if on police call) . .
. 192.75

Automobile tag bureau . . . 41.00




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Automobile towing only (with no additional fee to be charged if business is in connection with
other business) . . . 192.75

Bakery, retail or wholesale . . . 192.75

Bakery truck, per truck (other than owner of bakery) . . . 110.25
Cross references: Permits and markings for vehicles transporting food, §§ 13-110, 13-111.

Balls, concerts, dances and related performances (per performance) . . . 248.00

Ballrooms (each) . . . 137.75

Banks . . . 633.75

Banks (automatic teller machines) . . . 110.25

Barber shops:
Each chair (whether operated or not) . . . 55.00
Manicurist in shop . . . 27.50
Bootblack stands, each operator or stand . . . 27.50

Barber supplies . . . 55.00

Baths, public houses . . . 68.75

Baths, Turkish, Russian or vapor . . . 68.75

Beach equipment (subject to bids to the city commission)

Beauty shops:
One to 3 operators . . . 110.25
Over 3 operators . . . 165.25

Billiard, pool or bagatelle tables (for profit), each table . . . 55.00

Birds and tropical fish (see pet shop classification) . . . 68.75

Blacksmith shop . . . 96.25

Blueprinting, photostat copying, etc. . . . 137.75

Boats and shipyards:
Sales only (where boat accessories only are sold to merchants classified) . . . 248.00
Yacht or ship broker . . . 220.50




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Permitting the operating of marine ways and dry-docks, any capacity; designing and building
boats, marine hardware and marine equipment; supplies and ship chandlery, for use in
connection with work done by the boatyard or shipyard that has obtained a receipt.
More than 10 passengers, but not exceeding 50 passengers, each boat . . . 220.50
More than 50 passengers, each boat . . . 275.50
Note: Prior to issuance of a receipt, liability insurance shall be required for commercial boats and
vessels for hire, carrying more than 6 persons, in an amount not less than $25,000.00 for bodily
injury or death to one person and an amount not less than $50,000.00 for bodily injury or death
to more than one person.
A certificate of insurance shall be furnished to the city clerk when the receipt is issued. Further, a
certificate of approval as to seaworthiness, issued by the United States Coast Guard, shall be
filed with the city clerk.
Boats, towing and lightening (permit one barge or lighter free from each tow boat licensed
hereunder as follows):
For a business owning 2 boats or less . . . 165.25
For a business owning more than 2 boats . . . 275.50
For each barge or lighter in excess of the number of 2 boats licensed under this chapter, or for
each barge or lighter not permitted in connection with 2 boats . . . 38.50
Note: In the event a permit to operate such boat is required by ordinance of the city, no such
receipt shall be issued until such permit has been obtained.

Boats for hire, fishing, cruising or sightseeing . . . 137.75
Note: Prior to issuance of a receipt, liability insurance shall be required for commercial boats and
vessels for hire carrying more than 6 persons in an amount not less than $25,000.00 or bodily
injury or death to one person in an amount not less than $50,000.00 for bodily injury or death to
more than one person and such certificate of insurance shall be filed with the city clerk. Also,
prior to the issuance of the receipt, a certificate of approval as to seaworthiness, issued by the
United States Coast Guard shall be filed with the city clerk.

Boiler shop . . . 123.75

Bonding company, bail only . . . 413.25

Book bindery . . . 68.75

Book and magazine canvasser, to be fingerprinted (see solicitor) . . . 165.75

Books, makers of, for advertising, for directories, etc. . . . 110.25

Bootblack stands (not connected with other business), each . . . 27.50

Bottled water or seltzer water (distributed by out-of-town concerns) . . . 68.75

Bottled works . . . 137.75




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Brokers (dealers selling stocks, bonds, mutual funds, mortgages, futures, options, etc., with
category also including mortgage brokers or those in the business of negotiating loans) . . .
316.75

Building and loan associations . . . 523.50
Capital to $100,000.00 . . . 82.50
Each additional $100,000.00 of capital . . . 55.00

Bulldozing and land clearing . . . 137.75

Burglar alarm company . . . 96.25

Bus station (interstate only) . . . 96.25

Business opportunities (also, see real estate broker):
Broker (not real estate broker) . . . 137.75
Salesman . . . 41.00

Canning plant . . . 275.50

Canteen wagon or cafe, lunch wagon, or snack wagon, each vehicle . . . 275.50
Note: Each vehicle must be inspected and approved by local health authority and fire chief.
Cross references: Permit and markings for vehicles transporting food, §§ 13-110, 13-111.

Car shipping agency (surety bond of $5,000.00 is required) . . . 137.75

Carnivals, circuses, vaudeville shows, minstrels, theatrical performances and other shows under
canvas:
For each week or fractional part of a week . . . 861.25
Concessions, per day . . . 27.50

Carpet and rug cleaners (not connected with laundries), each establishment . . . 110.25

Catering (not in connection with other business) . . . 110.25
In connection with other business . . . 55.00

Check cashing/tag agency . . . 248.00

Christmas trees, sales . . . 68.75
Note: The city manager may require a reasonable bond to guarantee cleaning up of premises at
conclusion of sale period.

Circus parade . . . 689.00

Citrus fruits and vegetables, retail . . . 82.50




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Cleaning, pressing and dyeing of clothes:
For each business establishment in city . . . 165.75
For each out-of-town concern having agents or solicitors in city . . . 96.25

Clothing, dealers in secondhand, each location . . . 110.25

Coffee dealers . . . 41.00

Collection and claim agencies (other than lawyers) . . . 248.00

Commissary . . . 275.50

Communication towers . . . 1,102.50

Consultants or business advisors . . . 248.00

Contractors . . . 330.75
Note: Where the particular contractor classification requires a certification of competency, the
building official shall be furnished with evidence that the certificate of competency has been
issued to the applicant for the receipt. In addition, if any other law or ordinance requires that the
applicant carry any type of insurance, the building official shall be furnished with a certificate of
insurance before a receipt is issued to an applicant.
General building contractors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 330.75
Engineering contractors (includes structure and reinforced iron and steel, utility installation,
bridge bulkheading, drainage, excavating, sewer construction, dredging, irrigation system, pile
driving, bulkheading and seawall construction, sidewalks and
street grading and paving and similar work). . . . . . . 330.75
Air conditioning and refrigeration repairs. . . . . . . . . 220.50
Awning, cloth. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Awning erection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Boiler installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Cabinet and millwork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Cement and concrete . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Demolition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Drywall installation and finishing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Electrical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Exterminators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Elevators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Fence erectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Flooring, floor sanding and covering . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
General maintenance (subbuilders). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Granite and sandblasting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
House moving and wrecking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Insulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Jalousies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50



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Landscape contractors (Note: The insurance requirement for landscapers, contractors
shall be public liability of $5,000.00 to $25,000.00 and property damage $5,000.00 to
$10,000.00 minimum.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Lathing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Masonry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Musical installation for wired sound . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Ornamental iron, bronze and steel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Owner-builder who builds more than one single-family residence per year. . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
One single-family residence per year . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Painting parking and traffic lines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
         Note: Certificate of competency will be required for the following:
Painting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Plastering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Plate glass and glazing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Refrigerating and heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Roofing and roof sheet metal work . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Pile drivers, for public hire or contracting. . . . . . . . . 220.50
Roof waterproofing, cleaning and painting. . . . . . . . 220.50
Septic tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Sewer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Sheet metal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Sign erection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Sign painting (no neon signs or sign erection). . . . . 220.50
Solar water heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Specialty contractors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Sprinkler system (any and all kinds). . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Steam fitting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Steel reinforcing and iron reinforcing. . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Storm shutters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Structural steel erection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Sub-building contractors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Swimming pool maintenance and service. . . . . . . . . 220.50
Television installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Termite treating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Tile, terrazzo and granite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Venetian blinds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Ventilation and air conditioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Well drilling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220.50
Unclassified types of contractors (as included in above specific classification). . . . . . . . . . 220.50

Convalescent homes, including sanitarium and any clinic or other establishment having facilities
to keep patients overnight or for longer periods . . . 275.50

Cottages, rental, where 2 or more, each unit . . . 16.50




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Credit bureaus . . . 110.25

Dairies, milk distributors, jobbers or creameries, delivering milk not produced by them . . .
68.75

Dance hall, for profit . . . 551.25

Dances (temporary), each night (to be approved by city manager) . . . 110.25

Delivery service, by automobile or motorcycle, each vehicle . . . 55.00
Note: The applicant for a delivery service receipt must be bonded.

Detective agency . . . 248.00
Note: The applicant for a detective agency receipt must be approved by city manager.

Diaper service . . . 82.50

Directories, city, county or state, making or offering for sale . . . 110.25

Electric light and power companies . . . 1,102.50

Electroplating, such as coppersmith, etc. . . . 82.50

Employment agencies, each agency . . . 206.50

Engravers or lithographers . . . 68.75

Exhibits, freak or other curiosities, per week . . . 137.75

Ferris wheel or amusement devices (with permission of city commission being required), per
week . . . 220.50

Fertilizer manufacturing or mixing plant . . . 96.25

Financing companies or small loan companies . . . 275.50

Firearms and ammunition sales (with approval to be first given by city manager) . . . 385.75

Fish peddler, each vehicle . . . 275.50

Fishing pier . . . 220.50

Florist (fresh flowers only) . . . 165.25




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Fruits and vegetables, to be sold from trucks or moving vehicles (subject to inspection by health
inspector and fingerprinting by the proper law enforcement agency), each truck or vehicle . . .
110.25

Funeral homes, undertakers, embalmers, funeral directors . . . 192.75

Furniture refinishing . . . 82.50

Garbage and trash collection . . . 316.75

Gardeners . . . 82.50

Gas companies:
Distributing and selling through pipe lines . . . 799.25
Selling bottled gas . . . 137.75
Cross references: Utility service tax, § 23-11.

Gasoline and oil distributors:
Wholesale gas lines . . . 523.50
Wholesale oil . . . 110.25

Gasoline service stations:
3 pumps or less . . . 165.25
Each additional pump beyond 3 pumps . . . 55.00
Note:
(a) The operator of a gasoline service station rendering services such as repairing, or having
vending machines, etc., shall be required to purchase additional licenses, where proper.
(b) If proper licenses are purchased, the operator of a gasoline service station may sell candy,
milk, ice cream, soft drinks, cigarettes, and incident or miscellaneous automotive accessories.
Otherwise, the operator of a gasoline station may not sell beer, or any other type of alcoholic
beverage or groceries.

Golf course:
Ordinary golf course . . . 206.50
Miniature course (containing under 5 acres) . . . 192.75
Driving range . . . 165.25

Guaranty surety title company . . . 192.75

Home opening and closing service . . . 68.75

Hospital, private . . . 330.75

Hospital, animal . . . 192.75

Hotels, apartments and rooming houses:



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2 rooms or more, per room . . . 8.00
2 apartments or more, per apartment . . . 11.00

Hypnotists, teaching and salesmanship:
25 pupils or less . . . 68.75
More than 25 pupils . . . 137.75

Ice cream parlor . . . 206.50

Ice cream vendors, sales at retail from moving vehicle, each vehicle . . . 137.75
Cross references: Permits, marking of vehicles transporting food, §§ 13-110, 13-111.

Ice manufacturing or storage . . . 137.75

Immigrant agents, including any agent, solicitor or recruiter engaged in the business of hiring,
enticing or soliciting laborers or immigrants . . . 861.25

Import/export . . . 165.25

Income tax service . . . 110.25

Insurance:
Each company (in the event there shall be more than one local agent representing an insurance
company in the selling of any type or kind of insurance for such company, then an additional
sum of $36.75 shall be paid on account of each such separate agency so selling) . . . 192.75
Each agent . . . 82.50
Each solicitor . . . 55.00
Each adjuster . . . 82.50
Cross references: Insurance premiums tax, § 23-31 et seq.

Interior decorators . . . 248.00

Itinerant grinders of knives, scissors . . . 27.50

Jai-alai fronton, per day. . . . . . . . . . 55.00

Janitorial services . . . 248.00

Jewelry, dealers who buy and sell old gold, silver and other precious metals, or offer to buy and
sell, where no other receipts are paid . . . 441.00
Note: Each receipt holder shall maintain permanent records of all purchases and sales, including
dates, description of property purchased and sold and names and addresses of persons purchasing
or buying.

Junk yards . . . 385.75
Note: As to all junk yards licensed by city, the following regulations shall apply:



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(a) No automobile or vehicle not in running condition nor machinery other than junk or scrap
shall be located either for storage or dismantling within 300 feet of any residential district or
within 50 feet of the front street line or within 30 feet of any side street line of the property being
used for junk purposes.
(b) The entire area operated by a junk yard shall be surrounded by a substantial and continuous
masonry, wooden or metal fence or wall, 6 feet in height without openings except for entrance or
exit, which openings shall be equipped with unpierced gates.

Laundries:
Employing 4 to 10 people, inclusive . . . 192.75
Employing over 10 people . . . 441.00
Local agency, permanent offices . . . 165.25
Agents for out-of-town laundries . . . 220.50
Automatic coin laundries . . . 248.00

Lumber merchants . . . 206.50

Lunch stands, exclusive of drive-in restaurants . . . 82.50

Mail order establishment (business and no stock) . . . 137.75

Manufacturing (factories):
Employing one to 5 people, inclusive . . . 137.75
Employing 6 to 10 people, inclusive . . . 179.00
Employing 10 to 25 people, inclusive . . . 289.25
Employing over 25 people . . . 369.25

Markets, meat, poultry, seafoods and retailer (see merchant classification) . . . 151.25

Mattress renovating . . . 68.75

Merchant police patrol and watchman (each receipt holder to be fingerprinted and approved by
city manager), per person . . . 110.25

Merchants, retail:
Value of inventory not over $500.00 . . . 110.25
Value of inventory over $500.00 and not over $1,000.00 . . . 110.25
For each $1,000.00 additional value of inventory or fraction thereof . . . 110.25
Note: There is established a maximum fee of $1,102.50 on inventory of retail merchants which
amounts to $31,000.00 or more.

Merchants, wholesale and jobber:
Value of inventory not over $5,000.00 . . . 110.25
Value of inventory over $5,000.00 and not over $10,000.00 . . . 165.25
Value of inventory over $10,000.00 and not over $20,000.00 . . . 165.25
Value of inventory of $20,000.00 and not over $50,000.00 . . . 220.50



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Merchants, wholesale, delivering from vehicle and not paying regular wholesale receipt, each
vehicle . . . 385.75

Merchants (commission) . . . 206.50

Messenger service (exclusive of telegram service) . . . 55.00

Mini theater . . . 1,984.50

Motion picture theater, each . . . 385.75
Lunch stand or refreshment stand operating in connection with motion picture theater . . . 137.75
Cross references: Regulations of theaters, Ch. 24.

Motocross . . . 275.50

Motorcycles or motor scooters, dealers or agents (for sale of accessories see merchants) . . .
220.50

News bureau and newspaper agency . . . 275.50

Newspapers:
Weekly or monthly . . . 55.00
Daily . . . 82.50

Nursery (day nursery for children) . . . 55.00

Packing houses . . . 206.50

Parking lots (renting spaces for the parking of motor vehicles):
One to 25 cars inclusive . . . 206.50
Over 25 cars . . . 413.25

Pawnbrokers . . . 1,102.50

Peddlers, such as hawkers or vendors of medicine, drugs or patented medicine (see solicitor) . . .
275.50

Pet shop, selling such pets as birds, fish and pets . . . 206.50

Photographers . . . 206.50

Picture agents . . . 248.00

Printing (offset, book and magazines, screen, etc.) . . . 165.25




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Process servers . . . 137.75

Professional categories (fee is assessed against each person engaged in the business and not
against the firm, partnership or corporation. Therefore, each individual must acquire a separate
receipt rather than one receipt being acquired by a firm, partnership or classification):
Accountants, including income tax service . . . 248.00
Analytical chemists . . . 248.00
Architects . . . 248.00
Artists . . . 248.00
Attorneys at law . . . 248.00
Auditors . . . 248.00
Blood pressure taker . . . 248.00
Chiropodists . . . 248.00
Chiropractors . . . 248.00
Civil engineers and surveyors . . . 248.00
Dentists . . . 248.00
Detectives . . . 248.00
Doctors . . . 248.00
Draftsman . . . 248.00
Electrical engineers . . . 248.00
Electrolysis . . . 248.00
Engravers (photo) . . . 248.00
Laboratory technicians . . . 248.00
Landscape architect . . . 248.00
Mechanical engineers . . . 248.00
Naturopath . . . 248.00
Osteopaths . . . 248.00
Podiatrists . . . 248.00
Psychiatrists . . . 248.00
Surgeons . . . 248.00
Tree surgeons . . . 248.00
Veterinarians . . . 248.00
Note: If any profession is not specifically named, the fee shall be $248.00. Further, the word
"profession" shall be deemed to include any person whose business is that of primarily rendering
a specific type of service where such service has not been specifically described (by category or
otherwise) in any other parts of this ordinance.

Promoters, entertainment . . . 385.75

Public stenographer . . . 110.25

Railroad . . . 516.50

Real estate:
Broker . . . 248.00
Each man . . . 55.00



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Rental service (if no other business) . . . 165.25
If in conjunction with other business and involving rental of such items, furniture, tools, radios,
televisions, artificial flowers, bicycles, utility trailers, etc. . . . 110.25

Repair shops:
Battery or radiator . . . 137.75
Boiler and steam engine . . . 96.25
Jewelry and watch repair . . . 110.25
Key, lock, knife and lawnmower . . . 137.75
Motorcycle and bicycle . . . 137.75
Radio, phonograph, electrical appliance and television . . . 96.25
Shoe repair . . . 137.75
Typewriter, Dictaphone, adding machine and office machine . . . 96.25
Vulcanizing, retreading . . . 96.25
Other types of repair shops . . . 110.25

Rental of cars:
Agency . . . 385.75
Each vehicle . . . 27.50

Rental of equipment (heavy) . . . 165.25

Rental of uniforms:
Out-of-town concern . . . 248.00
Local concern . . . 179.00

Rental property/management . . . 248.00

Rental unit, per unit . . . 33.00
Note: Excludes apartments, but includes single-family homes and two-family homes (duplexes),
if any portion of the duplex is occupied by a tenant.

Restaurants:
Seating one to 15 persons . . . 110.25
Seating 16 to 50 persons . . . 165.25
Seating over 50 persons . . . 330.75
Drive-in . . . 138.25

Rock pit and quarry . . . 165.25

Sale office (desk space only with no stock maintained) . . . 110.25

Sales and service (Electronics, equipment) . . . 248.00

Schools:



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Automobile driving . . . 82.50
Business college . . . 137.75
Dancing . . . 82.50
Music . . . 82.50
Private educational schools:
Less than 25 students . . . 68.75
25 or more students . . . 137.75
Tutoring . . . 41.00

Scrap metal . . . 385.75

Secondhand dealers in goods, wares and merchandise . . . 165.25
Note: All secondhand dealers shall keep a permanent record of all purchases and sales, including
daily description of property purchased or sold and names and addresses of persons purchasing
or buying from them.
Solicitors to be fingerprinted . . . 275.50
Cross references: Secondhand wares subject to inspection and records required, § 21-5.

Security patrol, each man (to be approved by city manager) . . . 82.50

Shipping ports (see Special Ordinance No. 508) . . . 385.75

Steamship and stevedore agencies . . . 275.50

Storage, all kinds, including trailers, boats and automobiles:
For first 5,000 square feet . . . 275.50
Each additional 1,000 square feet . . . 27.50

Taxi business (see special ordinance providing basic charge for business and additional charge
for each taxicab):
For owner . . . 137.75
Per cab . . . 27.50

Telemarketing . . . 551.25

Telephone answering service . . . 137.75

Telephone Company . . . 826.75

Towel supply:
Local . . . 165.25
Itinerant . . . 96.25

Trailer park:
One to 10 units, inclusive . . . 248.00
Each additional unit . . . 20.25



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Rental or utility trailers . . . 220.50
Sale of trailers (either new or used) . . . 275.50

Trucking firms . . . 206.50

Trucks, doing freight transportation or transfer business for profit . . . 206.50

Unclassified occupations, every person, firm or association which maintains a permanent
business location or branch office within the city for the purpose of engaging in or managing any
business, profession or occupation not herein specifically designated . . . 137.75

Upholsterer . . . 110.25

Welding/cutting (see manufacturing).

        Section 2.      That if any section, clause, sentence or phrase of this Ordinance is for any

reason held invalid or unconstitutional by a court of competent jurisdiction, the holding shall not

affect the validity of the remaining portions of this Ordinance.

        Section 3.      That all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of

this Ordinance are repealed.

        Section 4.      That this Ordinance shall take effect immediately at the time of passage

and adoption.

        PASSED AND ADOPTED on first reading on __________, 2010.

        PASSED AND ADOPTED on second reading on __________, 2010.


ATTEST:

__________________________
LOUISE STILSON, CMC                                            C. K. McELYEA
CITY CLERK                                                     MAYOR-COMMISSIONER


APPROVED AS TO FORM AND CORRECTNESS:

BY: ___________________________
      THOMAS J. ANSBRO
      CITY ATTORNEY



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