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Savannah. 0n.,, Dsc. a*—The regular
(netting of Council *ai hi Id Hit* evening
•tl k O'clock. I‘re*enl. the Hon Hirman
Mytr-. Mayor. presiding. Alderman tlaild
Wolh. vice chairman of Council. Aider
men S hkjtl, Doyle. Horrlgan Mill*.
Ilrnhim. Thomov. Bacon. I‘ xor. and Jar
Mtnutw of meeting of Dec. 12. 1900 were
upon motion conflrmeil a* published:
REPORT* OF COMMITTEES.
City of Haviniuli, Dec. 26. 1W —The
Corniii lice >M A own report IhM they
have examined ami fournt correct litlln
•UtHinei the city amounting to seventeen
tbuuanil three hundred and forty-seven
duller* ami seventeen rente, a* per ac
companying schedule. ami recommend
that the <IW he passed for payment.
C.. 0 J Mills,
chairman Committee on Accounts.
Kepor: received and account* passed
for payment. Hrrmen My era, Mayor,
hoard of llewilh—
W T Dixon t 1 39
Time of hernia •„••, 6 no
Time of hand* 7 W
Time of hands 12 00" 43 HO
City lanu —
Edison Rhctrlc 111- Cos. .... 13.000 0O
I'rcmalori. - -
YounglOVe A Hippie ... $ *5 00
Time of hands 144 M- 229 60
Dry Cult urt —
Jl F C Feta* I 150 00
A 8 Bacon A Hons .... 21 51
Palmer Hardware Cos 3 64
E layveU'r 3oai 239
Time of hands 322 9)
Time of hande 121 11— S3 3*
Atl.tfn Kea*e4 t 40 99
E. M Baker I oo
l.lnttffltn Bros. 14 *4
Herman Coa. A Wood th. 4 So
Columbia Prtig Cos 33 43
The tlorrle Ice Mfg. Cos. 1 7*
Mutual 15a* Eight Oo 7a— KM
E P Hartley- *
Collins, Grayson A Cd.... S3— 237 96
Falk Clot him: Cos 3 SI 58
B It Bevy A Bro 1.531 76 1441 25
Fire he|>artment New Improvements
William Armltafe .’.--I 1333 09
Ft Joseph# Infirmary ..3 300 on
Georgia liillrmory 300 00—1 *39 0
Harbor and Wharves—
Time of hands t 15 ®
House Draitmse. City—
H*Orv Juchter • 210
McKenna A Welsh 22 <
I'jtrlck Farrell 14 "•-* 3* 10
House Drainage. (kpeciall. Maimenance.
A Hanley Compauy ......3 75
E layvell'e Bans 1 53—t 335
C. 8. Hard da. C. T 74 S
Havannah Grocery <*o. .. 1 70
Bavannan Grocery Cos. ~ 1 *n
Mrs. Annie Mofllay 12 90
41. B. Pritchard 69 t
C B Harden. C. T M3 00
American Exchange Na
tional Bank U 33 -3 293 S*
Daurel Grove Cemetery—
James \l Dixon A C0...S 790
Time of hands I*4 75- 172 *6
W W Atmar A Cos t 7no
M. J. Doyle 366
Charles C. tlaitman 1 53
James Walsh 4 til
Wotninka A Warmbotd... 2 90
Wm A H H. Baltimore sO6
Edison Kientrlc liltmii
isittnK Company 46 00
A. O. Marin 7 09
E l-ovell’e Bone 75
Bavannah Freae 1 oh
WUllam Kahoc A t o 30 12
Frank Green *>
C. N. Stern 3 53- 193 37
Eat. K H Kent 3 *2 63
Southern Bank State of
of Georgia 330 It
Oglethorpe Savings and
Trust Comiaiiiy. account
A Ehrlich Bros 161 79
lin hr it Falllaant 43 Ilk— (31 16
Parks and Square*—
C. P. H. Murphy t 3 6ft
lien. W. Ander-on 1 96
The 8 W Branch Cos. .. 1 26
A. 8 Bacon A Hon 400
Granville Bevlll * 0>
Jas M Dixon A Cos 1 14
Dlgon. M. A Cos • 4 US
Edison K. Bt. Oo 1 90
Mr*. Mary M. Houston .. 3 36
F. 8. Istthrop * 35
John McGrath 226
W. N Nichols 69
Geo W. t twens 17 56
Palmer Hardware Cot .... 10 tig
i>. K tic hi we it out A .. 13 ••
New Home Hewing 11. Cos. 1 t
B. 8 Well* 14 >
Time of hands 193 33- 312 M
Central of Ga By. Cos. ..I 431 93
Geo. Behwald 77 10
J. P. Brown t" h
J W. Wiggins 949
Henry Juchter 9 49
Bo P. G and W. P. CO. 2 <k>
E. la. veil* Bona 1 79- S7J 17
K. Isovell'* Bon* 1 69
Printing and Stationery—
C B Hardee. C T S 49 29
John Power, C. M 209
City Assessors 55 (U
Morning New* 999
ftrakl A Hutton 7 tin
M H A D. A. Byck .... t 75
M 8 A D. A. Byck .. 24 25
Bavannah Press 5 tsi
Bnvannah Press i> W
C N Stem 6 Oo—l 165 20
Emit* Peter* I M 2 AS
Younglovt A Hippie . ...$ 40 09
Jamr* M Dixon A Cos. 1 IV
Palmer Hardware Cos. .. 2 f#i
E Bov ell s A Hons lug 99
Kitano Klee 111. Cos II 12
William Taylor 65 05
A. Hanley 90)
Tim* of ha rale 4X9 76—| 727 *o
Sink Department (O. E. Ml—
Mrs. Catherine Otto I K> 99
J. G. Butler 3o
'Mrs. M, K. Houlihan in go
Jam Frank 2 76
C. H. Hippie SOI
Adele C. Jones 24 Ot
Eat F. Mira till 340
John C. M*txger 7 20
Busan M Scott 370
Buoy IVinil 3 39 76 05
Street* and Banes—
K. Bovell's Sons I 264 *4
The Bellalre Stamping
Company 107 53
The Hell air* Stamping
Company 197 52
Georgia and Alabama 290 no
•Augusta Cement Gravel
('••mi -any IK> 09
J. P. Brown 36 oo
John Hulllvan 76
Nc.il-Millard Company ... 5 o
‘McKenna A Welsh I oi
J P. Ward A Hon It to
Mutual Ga* Bight Cos 2 46
W. W Almar A Cos Si 27
A. 8 Bacon A Sons 70
William Tgy'Of Si 75
A Hanley Company. Cl to
.1 fl Butler 59
Tiigon Mitchell A Cos 29 70
Time of hands 156 50
Time of hands 1.674 1
I'tilted r*t*tee Sanitary
Comiumy 811 04
Vnlled States Sanitary
Company 466 09
Plant System cf Railway s HO9
John llrGrath .■ f #7 y|
George I .■•ha.ltd 23 36
( A. B. Bacon A Son 12 15
E Bovell * (lon* 68
| System of Katlwnys 35 73
Tima 81 hands i .554 11
Dixon. Mitchell A Cos J 1 44
A Hanley Cos 317 81- 313 46
I O. lisas 332 75
K. Bovei.’a Hons ~f 453
Savannah Foundry A Ma
chine Cos 145 88
Kiimsey A Bikemeua Cos. 3 45
John Kourke Hons 19 13
Jas M -Dixon A Bon. 17 K
Palmer Hnrdware C 0.... I 40
Time of hands 24 89
Time of hand* 33 88- 243 25
Waterworks Extension Main—
P. B C 1 P. Fdy. 00..* 279 27
Time of hand* 36 49
Time of hand* 16 36 332 01
Total 317.347 17
The Committee of the Whole, 10 hick
was referred the following applications lo
re.ail liquor, licg to report favorably
thereto. Herman Myr*.
Chaliman Committee of the Whole
Blenjsa. F.. No. 1119 Weal Broad street.
Holey. M 133 Congress street, was!
Book hook. F. H., Bay street extension
and Pair street.
Brinkman. 11. C.. 326 Hi Julian alreet.
Bey lag h, Thos F , No. 325 East Broad
Bernstein. J.. northwest corner 81. Ju
lian and Barnard streets.
Brown Bros., corner Anderson and East
Cain. JulU. No 646 Bay B'reet. wees.
I'iuheasey. Davkl. northweat corner In
dian and Ann street*.
Conies. John F.. Montgomery street and
Egan, J J.. No. 341 Broad street.
Eskidor. W, H„ Broad and
Er.rlght. J.. No. 212 Price street.
Entelman. J. 3'.. No. 614 Blberty street,
Kehrsnkamp. Henry, corner Bay street
extension ami Fair street
Farrell. M. A.. Bay and Bumber streets.
Grimm. J K. northeast corner Kan
dolph and Blberty street*.
Goodman Bro. . No. 43 Form street.
Oartlrman. W H . fUndolph and Ogle
Grimm. J>bn H.. President and Dray
Gerken. Henry. Agent. No. 715 Wheaton
Grunin Albert, corner Wert Broad and
Hotchkle* A Nevtll. southwest corner
Broughton and Jefferson street*
Harnes. W A.. No. 444 Tattnall street.
Hersfeld. Ilsn*. 524 BrougtMon street,
corner Houston -trect.
Hsltman, C. H.. Kart Broad and Bryan
Joyce. James J.. No. 214 East Broad
Jones. George H. 13* West Broad street.
Johnson Martin. No 42 Reynold* street
Jachens, F H . MB 7*ine atreet.
Jernlgan, E. 0.. northwest comer Dum
ber and Zutily streets
Jackson, Andrew. No. C Whitaker
Ktick. John. No 412 Drayton street.
Konrmann. C. H , 303 Farm street.
Bardsverk. 8 C.. No. 17 Bay street, east.
Gang, Nicholas, No. 39 Barnard atreet.
Morton. Peter. Manager. 212 Broughton
Monseee. C. H.. corner Hall and Jeffer
Murken. Dor*. Mrs., Thunderbolt road,
Perry, F. B. A Cos.. Bull and River
Raimi. F W H. 6ftl Indian street.
Hansln. M. A Son. Cokgrera and West
Stlverslrln. David. No. 232 St. Julian
Bchnaar*. • F., corner Anderson and
Schroder. George, southeast corner West
Broad and Waldhurg atreet*.
Hlem. J P.. No. 633 Jones street, west
Schlotelhurg. P, ranter Price nnd Hall
Smith. W. T K., 412 Congress street.
Hinder*. Philip, corner Bull and Twelfth
Slater, Jas. F , No. 11 East Broad street.
Hieljes. A., northwest comer Jackson
and Beynolds streou.
Slater. J. C., Congresa and Jefferson
Tholken, Geo H . 172 Arnold street*.
Taylor. J K . northwest corner Ogle
thori>e avenue and Price aireets.
Tletjen, John TANARUS., 225 West Broad atreet.
Winter, Adolph. 144 Barnard street
Wallace. W M.. SW Htcwurl street.
Wellbro'k. John F . 524 Jefferron atreet.
Ylraneg. Eugene P 'OS Bay street, east.
The Committee of the Whole, to which
ass referred the petition of sundry green
grocers, netting a reduction In the license
of hi* particular clus of business, beg to
receive the same as Information
?*f"irt*irniur. * ika u'Hsxla
The Committee of the Whole, to which
was referred the petition of contracting
Painters and Paper Hangers' Ami .-union
relative to tux ordinance, beg to receive
the some a* Information.
Chairman Committee of the Whole.
The Committee of the Whole, to which
was referred the iietltion of sundry au>
tloneer*. asking the reduction of the pres
ent license of 3280.10 to 1180. beg to receive
the same a* Information.
Chairman Committee of the Whole.
The Committee of the Whole, to which
was referred the petition of the Dittle Bis
ter* of the Poor, asking to be relieved
from the payment of a bill of 352.71 for
curbing (lie sidewalk In front of an I
abutting their lot No. 30. Dasher ward,
beg to report favorably thereto
Chairman Committee of the Whole.
The Committer on Puhllr Health, to
which was referred the petition of Mr
Mary Hottnler n-klng permission to trans
fer kit No. 399 I.aurel Grove Cemetery,
to Mrs H D. Phillips, beg to report
J 41. Jarrell.
Chairman Committee on Public Health.
The Committee on Publle Health, in
which was referred the petit ion of Mrs.
It. Kiily. asking permission to dig n dry
well at 503 Eighth street, beg to report
favorably thereto, conditioned upon con
nection being made to the new sewer
age system a* soon • available
J. G Jarrell.
Chairman Committee on Public Health.
The Committee on Public Health, to
which was referted the petition of Mr*.
S. J Kady asking |x-rniki*ion 10 dig dry
well at premise*, corner West Broad and
Eighth street*. I>eg to report favorably
thereto, conditioned upon connection be
ing made to the new aewerage system
as soon as available.
J. O. Jarrell.
Chairman Committee on Public Health.
PETITIONS AND APPBICATIONS.
The following application* to retail
liquor during the year I*9l were read and
referred to llu- Commit!# of the Whole:
Berry. Ja*. F , comer Broughton and
East Boundary streets.
Bohn. John 11. A.. 112) Barnard street,
lb rman A Morris, No. 601 Ka l Broad
Hunger. H. If.. I*l6 Ogeechee road.
Bluestetn, J A Cos.. 221 Congress street,
Bokelman. D. northwest corner Charl
ton and East Broad etrael*.
Hrlckman. Chss.. 631 Indian street.
Cleary. W J. Mtddleground road and
Cooley. Thor., northeast corner River
snd West Broad street*.
Cohen. M. O . No. 224 St. Julian street.
Dally. John A., southwest corner Form
and Mill sirve's.
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1900.
Kh rite her, M H. No. 40! Runt Brood
Kiiitn. M . No. Kn*t Hroa I street
Geflien. llotA sou t hens I corner WsH*
hurt ami liurrougb* el reel %
H irnrip John l> . 42i Bolton street, east.
K.l*er J T.. 1511 Hull strees.
Krtkert, Con). No. S*C Bay -tree*. we®i.
Lu*r*en, C. K.. northwwat corner Bull
Aixl He<x*nd streets.
Luerser>. (\ F., nouthesist corner Bast
Brued and Hroußhton
Lsankeriau, J If . >outhwet corner Ber
rien and Jeffen€>n utreefß.
Meyer. John. Anderson .'rnd Itandolph
Meyer J F . No. 25 Farm streei
Murken. J H . eouthea-t corner Bey
•ml Farm streets
Focetll, K V.. No. 2M Houston street,
I orner Perry street.
Hulter. H W„ northeast corner Gordon
i xim! Price at reels.
rtlellje**. Geo., aouthweiM corner f*le
thorpe and Jeff err on aireetr.
Hulter, Henry. eoutheaMt 'e>rner Isiherty
and Montscmery atreefa.
1 Htlvarlue, O. K.. M2O Bull atreet.
j Trsiub. II A Bon. .16 We#! Broad atreet
Verukl. Kit, 44 Barnard atree*
Woltjen. Henry, Ofeecheo road and
C. and H By f’o.
Petition of the Park View Sanitarium
ankina for oih-third of the appropriation
for ho*>pNl.i for 1901 for the rare of the
white nick poor of the city nnd requeuing
fhat Hie Honor, the Mayor, nnd the
health officer ahull become members of
the irnvcrnmjr board, war read ami re
ferred to the Commit lee of the Whole.
Petition of Jacob H ('oUlnn, president
of the Bavannah and Ile of Hope Hm|l-
I way Company, offering the sun of |6.0%.dh
for the franchi-e from Water* avenue and
Anderson rtreel. to Montgomery, to Bay
street, uncoridluoiiallv; |>tit!onor* letfi
further willing to enter Into nn agree
ment with Council to allow the Vernon
Bhell Ho.il Company to use the tract*
th.t petitioner proposes to lay on Mont
gomery atreet. whs read and referred to
the Committee of the Whole.
Petition of J J. McDonouih and six
teen other property owners, progestine
agitlnst the granting of any franchise for
a street railway on Prlee strees, w*
rood and referred to the Committee of
Petition of sundry reMdenta snd proier
t\ owner*, in the vicinity of Bolton and
Hast Broad Ntreet#. asking that In future
no permission he granted to circuses and
other shorn** to give exhibition# ll this
locality, theae exhibition# being of •
noisy character, disagreeable, and a great
nuisance, was read and referred to the
Committee of the Whole.
Petition of Jacob Cohen. ;-klng to te
relieved of an amount of t 2 on. being re
entry u|K>n certain ground-rent lots, wan
r*ad and referred to the Committee on
Petition of Thou* Cooley, asking ihe u*--
ual discount of 10 per cent . 40 make fee
simple weal half *f los No. 14. New
Franklin Ward, wan read nnd referred
to the Committee on Finance
Petition of Barrow & Barrow, attorneys
for Eugene W. Mudleon. Making that h*
be rompenaated In an amount as dam
•gea. a- the circumstances will warrant
after Investigation on the tart of the city
authorities; |*etitloner >elng Injured by
the limb of H tree projecting over the
Rhlewftlk nnd -Hiking him In the eye.
wnn reail nnd referred to the Committee
on Bireet* and IsaneJ*.
petition of It D Rosenbrook for pe*‘-
mlfwkm to dig a privy vault on lot I. law
mini; wan riwl and referred to the Com
mitte on Public Health.
Petition of G. T. A J F Cann. renew
ing the offer made by the Twelfth Strict
I*and Company of Jan. 24. IB**, tnd fur
ther extending the time for the comple
tion of the <-ontr.ic| for one year, beyond
that mentioned; wa* reati himl referred
to the Committee on City loot# and Open
ing Bt reels.
Petitions of J. C William#, asking city
to rent him vault No. 3. e.**t of City Ex*
change, from the tat of January. 1901.
•as read and referred to the Committee
on City and Opening Bt reels.
Petition of sundry hackmen. asking that
drivers Of fun k* be required to give n
bond of Isw. and further a#klng that only
t>ne ilrlver lie allowed to each tun k, wax
read nnd received a* Information.
Ordinance read In Council for th<* first
llm Nov. at. Hkio road a wcond time
Dec. 24, anv'thlol. iilacrd upon its pass
age and (nosh)
W heron*, The administration of the
government of thr city of Kavatinah. for
th" fiscal year. lisil will catiw .in ejq-on
dltutc In tin* various departments of raid
government In sums eaDmuted, to-alt:
Hoard of limit!) | lUttm
t'lty clocks iVi •
I'lty l imps 37,000 00
Colonial pitk. deferred payment
and Interval 1,150 ii
Crematories fc.oni ii
Dispensary . 5,*M Hi
Drainage arsl dry culture fii.oon 00
Hire uniforms 3.a •
Klin department, maintenance... 73.000 00
Hire department, new Improve*
mens* to complete engine
house. No. 4 730 00
Kite deportment, deferred pay
ment. new engine t.flnO 00
Klre department, recasting Ills
Puke *OO 00
Hire de|atrtment, new clock, en
• Bine house, No. 4 300 00
Harbor and wharves •’> <•)
Hospitals IJ.ono in
House drainage 53.000 <d)
House drainage, maintenance.... 1,700 00
Intetest —bonded debt ttO.OOOOO
Incidentals . 4.50* to
1-uurrl Grove Cemetery 5.5W1 tn
Opening streets. Including de
ferred payments 12.1 MD oe
Harks and stpsires *,500 00
Harks and suuares, tree plant
ing Thlrty-sevenlh street and
Thomas Hark MOOO
Having streets jo.otw <>
Holies *5,000 on
Hollce uniforms 3.000 oil
Police reserve appropriation,
white military, including Third
Div. Naval Battalion, O.V 3.000 00
Hrinilns sd stationery 3.000 00
I’uhllc hulldlnas 3.0 oi
I’lumhing Inspector 1.4.V* is)
Storm sewers 3,ti no
Scavenger department 37.t*k* ori
Sink deportment. O. K. M ".• in
Slaking fund 47.00.1 OI
Slreels and lanes. Im holing an
appropriation of 95u0 on Kmm*-*
Hark, and the Hark -xten-lon . 54.0)0 00
Waterworks. Ircluding ettlen
sion mains ... * Jl.onu On
Waterworks, old. care and oper
ating some 2,500 0)
Total 7700,730 O'
An ordinance to assess anal !vy taxes
•ah. for tn. regulation <.f certain kinds
of business tn the corporate and jurisdic
tional limits of sakl city, fixing iienalile*
for the vlolailon of the revenue ordinances
of said city and for other purposes con
nected with taxes and revenue of said city.
Section 1. The Mayor and Aldermen of
the city of Savannah, In t’oundl as
sembled, do herehy ordain. That from and
after the Ural day of January. IS>l. the In
habitants of said corporate and Jurlsdlc
tidal limits of said city, and those who
hod taxable property wlttdn the sum, and
those who transact, or offer lo transact,
hustneas therein, except such as arc ex
empt from taxation by law. ahull pay to
ward the support of the government of
said city, and for the -ateiy. benefit, con
venience and advantage of said city, the
taxes hereinafter prescribed.
Sec. I. Kvery person an.l corporation
owning real properly in said city. Includ
ing tmprovi m< ms. shall pay a lax lo he
assess,.l by Council upon the value of salt
property by the first day of April, lSlt,
at the rate of one and forty-live one hun
dredths per centum upon the value <hn<-
of, except on such proierty as may he ex
empt from taxation under tbs laws of ibis
Be 3. Every person anl corfiorstlon
owning or hotdlr g In ru*l or consignment
household. kiirhsiioroSrf furniture, prlv
atc or |rof**s*lonsl llbrariet. watchev. Jew
elry. piste, mnl-al instruments, billiard
t.it*|efi in private residences. Mocks m
money rorioutkei, bonds, note*, or other
evidences of Ibt mone> solvent debts,
stock In trade, and every other kind of
fier#nHi properly whatsoever, shall pay a
lax at the rate of one and forty-five one
hundredths per centum on the value of
such personal property whatsoever owned
or held oi the first day of January. l**l.
and if any per son or pi rt ner# hip ahull en
gage in husinees a m whole#,tie or retail
de.i.er In gootla. w ire* or • rchanll*e of
any rip o . whatsoever after the llr*t
day of January. llWl. they shall pay a tax
on the value of such goods and merchan
dise (** they may t*e poasensed of on the
day of the date of their beginning bu*lne#s
In said city), which tax shall *e of such
proportion of #*id tax a# :h time i# rt in
HA Id year shall lear to me whole year, ex
cept such' ite may ••* exempt from taxa
tion by the laws of hl etate or of he
Sec. 4 Every ahlpmaater. enptair. su
per* argo. agent or other ofll er of any vet
•el, >r other persont wh<# idiall charter or
off. r to charter hla veaael. or who shull
a#VI good* or article* of snv kind from any
vettael or wharf. |eraonally pun*haae i-argi
or collect freight, except through a li
cenced broker or < ommiedon merchant
xluill he considered a commission mer
chant arl pay the tax hereinafter pre
scribed lor rommlaelon merchants.
Be. 5. Every person transacting or of
fering to iinnsact. any of the kln*la of
bualnesß hereinafter at>*< ifled (whether in
roniHfttnt) with ny other huslnes* or
non. dial! |ci> the tax hereinafter pr--
#*• rib*-*! for every separate place In which
he shall transact or offer to transact hue
Auctioneers (lolng a general auction
bustne**) and commission mercftiant *r
auctioneer .(doing a general auction usl
nepet anci broker, two liumlred dollars.
I>* a)er In goods, wares and mrrehan
dlre. Including dealers In drugs, etc. (In
addition to liquor tax or license*, as fol
Healers exclusively rebrll except those
ctmducting a department store, thirty dol
D der* conducting a department atore.
one hundrel do lars.
Heeler* exclusively wholesale, or retail
d-al*rs aelllng at wholepale. one h;iudrel
dollars; thoae conducting department
Ptore* n event paying a xmader tax
than thal provided for In the precod tug
Healers in liquor doing a wholesale bu
lnw#s. two hundred dollars.
Broken* In liquor, two hundred dollars.
H.mk or bank agent or agents of bunk
ers ngnged in buying or celling exchange,
tncitsling rvtry person or comiwny Joimk
t| tanking hualneew. fifty dollars; every
hank without* a aavlngo department at
t> bed. and every savings brink, fifty dol
b is; every bank with a savings depart
ment attached, seventy-five dollars.
Every | "#on. firm or corporation, otho*
than those paying the license Just men
tioned requried of hanks, and hankers
buylsx and celling exchange, fifty dollars.
< ; o4 on bickers or broken or lcalera In
sto*ko. londs and real estate, and every
produce, grocery, and naval stores broker,
and every resident agent representing
i.on-res.dent dealers, merchant! xml in tit
ufactuter.f. exclusive of brokers in liquors.
perHonti Uler than a pawnbroker en
gaged in tne business of IctMllng money on
personal property, three hundred and fifty
Hrokem or agents buying and selling fu
tures on margin, five nundred dollars.
Broker* or 4lealora in stocks. bonh*. real
eatate and live stock, with the privilege
of selling same at auction, one humlred
Brokers who may handle or receive
gtMMis on consignment, one hundred dol
Bhlp brokers, one hundrW) dollars.
Hi tiers In butter, lard and chocs*, eighty
Healers In tildes, wax and tallow, eighty
Brokers engaged in the sale* of horses,
cattle or mules, who keep no stables for
the sale of same, one humped dollars
Dealers In horse*, t att> or mules, who
kcp no stable for the same, one hundred
Pawnbroker*, live hundred dotlars. aald
pawnbroker* shall be .mthorlxed to sell
only goofl* pledged with them and shall
Is- subject to forOKurs of license by the
Mayor for the sale of other goods.
Proprietor* of each p>#d room kept or
m.itntalmd In (he city of Bavannati for th*
#ai‘ of pviol* on races, shall pay th sum
of fifteen hundred dollars i*er annutn.
Build rvg and loan a asocial loos, one hun-
lan aroocl-ttlovH. doing a banking busl
ncs.v one hundred dollars.
Every fire or life Insurance I'ompsny do
ing business, whe:her directly or through
an agency, or through a l*roker. two turn
#lrd dollar# for #nch and every agency or
brok* r •
TJvcry agent or broker doing business In
the city of flavannah for every fire or Ilf*
Insurance i-otnpuuy I-- ii ji> filed fepr-.
setil In any way. Including' each company
to winch lie may .end business, stmll pay
Ihr lax of Iwn huu-tr-d dollars In all
ra.es where the company does nol pay the
Hrokers doing business under the nel of
the legislature of Ucontlfl. approved l>eo.
If. I*9l and entitled "An net to provide
for and regulate Die business of Insur
•n. e broker. In this slate and lo auttror
|S, Insuiwfi e to be procured by them be
yond the limits of the stale upon prop
erty within the state, ami f.,r other pur
|x*e.," are expressly Included, the mean
ing ami intent being to make the agents
mul brokers referred lo responsible under
the pains and penalties of this or finance
lor the specific tax of two hundred dol
lar*. as provided for by ordinance of the
city of Savannah mroptrd on the 231 h day
of September IMS.
Kvery marine, surety or other Insurance
-otnpwny doing business, whether directly
or through an agency or through
a hfieker rr an attorney. fifty
tkiltaf-s for each and every agency
or broker or attorney, Kvery such
agent, linker or attorney doing such buo-
Inesa In Hie city of Savannah lor every
-uch company w hich he may r present In
any way. shad pay a tax of fifty dolors
In all rani wlieie the company do-s not
t-ay 'he tax I self, and this provision si a I
apply io my .ig. nt, taoker or alt -rney who
tloes hushie-a for a marine company on
w hat Is known a. "opei* policies."
lively accident Ins .lance . onn any lin
ing bualucss, wh. ther directly < r through
im agency or through a broker, one hun
ir and dollars for each ami eiery a . ncy or
Kvsiy person who .half be sworn by the
klayor tw i> is In r. l)> aum-rU-d lo ad
minister tb* onlh for such purports) as a
public Weigher of any aoo-ls, wares or nr r
(haisllse, twenty-five >io lurs.
Kvsiy average or Insuiance adjuster for
companies lor width hr Is no; the local
lii.ur .nia- uem. llily dollars.
Kwperaor proprietors of hotels that eon.
tain seventy-Uve room.* or upward, one
Keepers or proprietors of hotels contain
fttg uiah-r seventy-five rooms, fifty dot.
Sewing machine agent* or agencies, fifty
dollars; the .atm for each and every agen
Healers In sowing machines, fifty dol
lar*. or dealers In sewing machine sup
plies. or reiwtlrers of sewing machines,
1 a iier* la eo.il, one hundred doilara.
1 waters la stationery or books, selling
exclusively at wholesale, or at retail und
w nolr*aie. one hundred dollars.
K.tail dealer* In stationery or books,
Oli mills, one hundred dofiare.
Manufacturers of or dealers in fertlUaere.
not imylng tax as a commission merchant,
one hundred dollar*.
Owners, proprietors, lessee or lessees of
cotton pres* establishments, three hundred
dollat*. every band cofton press, twenty
Owners, proprietors, lessee or lessee* of
a Junk shop, or Junk dealers, three hun.
Colton pickeries. lo be confine-! exe'u-
Mveiy to the purchase or sale of cotton,
one hundred and liars; and all buyers of
loose col on Who buy trim other* than
cotton merchant*, vne hundred and av
l*r prl-tois or ownera of cotton gin w
tabiislinienta. n hundred and II uu
Every commt v ion merchant or factor,
or * kUOdfll 4k>llars.
Kvery da-er :n live p uitry and coun
try prmlucr. one hundrel dollars
House cleaning and upholstering, ten
i Bsi* r In bicycle supplies, thirty dol
lit# Repairer* of bloyvles who are not
dealers in bicycle sufipiles. ten dollars.
Exporters *f cotton, I umber, naval mores
or other in*?r handise, foreign or cousi
w*Ue, agency or repreeniatlve ot firm of
export* re. two hundred dollars.
Bievedore*. fifty dollars.
Every lighterage or river transfer. In
dividual. firm or company, one hundred
proprietor.* or owners of lumber yard*,
!*. !• r.# in brick or agents for the sale of
brick, seventy-five cHltar*
Dealers In WwoJ. thirty dollars.
Keepers of warehouse* tor the ato rage
i iMUMIiSS, - • tor
ea< h warehouse, thirty dot
Proprietor# or owner* or k* e|era of bil
liard or pool tubles. other than those used
In private dwellings, fifty dollars for each
Proprietors or owner* of Uittatelle tables,
twenty-five dollar* foi each table.
Proprietors or owners of ten-pin alleys,
ten lollant for each alley.
Proptietoi> oi owneis of saw mills or
planing mills with or wiihout lumber
yards attached, one hundred dollar*, and
on each sash and blind factory, or agency
of sash and blind factory, tlfty dollars
On the owner or proprietor of every
steam engim u-d lor notating purpose*,
or any other bustnesa where steam is used,
not regularly taxed, as In ihl* oidiimn .
stated .itid enumerated, twenty-five do.-
4'otton shipiers. twenty-five dollars.
ot ton weighers, twenty-five doKars.
Bltoem.tkers ten dollars.
Mert iiant tailor* thirty dollars
Every circus, with or without a rr>* nag
erle, fur each snd every day fv*r forming
In the city, two hundred and fifty dollars.
Itinerant shows, one hundred dollars per
week or any part thereof; flying hors**,
twenty-five do.lars per month or any part
thereof; other minor exhibition*, ten dol
lar* per week, or any part thereof
flenient or vendor* of gootl*. warea.mer
chandise, li ug* and small ware*, selling
•r introdu*ing the same for sale by mean*
sf public exhibitions, one hundred dollars
per week, or any part thereof.
Hand organ-, or strolling band of musi
cians. five dollars per week.
Every person, company or corporation
00fga£“d In the business of aerating or
running a theater for *heafncai exhibi
tions. three hundred dollar* p-r annum
Every theatrical troupe, minstrel troupe
>r other troupe acting ot ierformlng m
any public hall In this < lt\ other than a
theater, shall |ay five dollar* for each
Every proprietor of a concert hall or va
riety show shall pay a license of two bun.
Persons or partnership* running a grist
mill, thirty dollars; every |wron running
a flour mill or flour and grist mill, thirty
Bread or cake bakeries carried on by
means of steam, machinery, or other mo
tive (lower, fifty dollars. If carried *m
without steam <r oher motive p>wer,
General contractor* whose contracts
are not confined to any particular line or
detriment of work, seventy-five dol
Master builder* masons, mechanic* and
others, whether dealer* or not who -lo
not pay the tux required by the preceding
paragraph of general contractors, thirty
Architects, civil engineers, surveyor*
contractor*, thirty dollars
Heal estate col.ector* and agents, tern
ty-flve -tollar*. cut-rate ticket dealer*,
agents or broker* and ticket scalper*, fifty
Proprietor* or owners of Intelligence of
fices. ten dollar* for each office.
Mercantile or commercial agencies, one
Hally newspapers printed by steam or
other motive power, one hundred .loilars:
every weekly or other newspaper printed
by steam, or other motive power, fiftv
dollars: every dally newspaper worked by
hand, twenty-five dollars, and every week
ly newspaper work-si by hand, ten do.lars.
Job printing offices worked by steam,
gas. water, or other motor, fifty doilara.
If worked without steam, ga* water, or
other motor, twenty-five dollars.
Kvery proprietor of a t**>k bindery,
without a (Minting office, fifteen dollar*.
Manufacturer* of soda water, telling
from fount*, twenty-live dollat*; and man
ufacturing and botlfiug soda, fifty dol
lars; telling toil* water from founie, ten
dollar* for each fount.
Public tleam laundries, fitly dollars.
Public laundries run without steam,
Dottier* of beer or ale. fifty dollar*
ftoap boiler* or lanners, for each estab
lishment. ten dollars,
rtarbrr shops, four dollar* for each chair
Person* engaged In the business of n
filling or DhimMrig. or both, shall lake oul
a license, for which he shal pay thirty
dollar*, and ahull comply with the provis
ions of an ordinance adopted Heh 9. I*9*.
nmeiMbsl Nov. 3u. 159*. further amended
Apt II 19. 1*99
Healers In |alnt*. oli* ami builder*' sup
plies. other than manufacturers, seventy
Hag'wrrran artists, photogtapherw. am
brolyper* and portrait painter*, twenty
Steamboat, vessel or other agencies, fifty
dotlarw: every agency for o-ean steam
fhlpa. each line, one liundr-d dollars.
Htnom faeiorie*. tiiirly dollar*
Lampblack faciorlew. fifty dollar*.
Manufacturer* of piaster or cement, fif
Coppersmith#. fifty dollars: manufac
turer* of Mills, one bundled dollar*.
Ice factories, one hundred dollar*.
Wholesale dealer* In Ice. on* hundred
dollars; every retail dealer In ice, ten dol
Kach and every museum, twenty five dol
fla* companies, fivs hundred dollars;
every electric light company, five hundred
Restaurant* or eallng house*, twenty
R ce pounding nr cleaning mills, with or
without grist mill attaetied. on* hundred
Fortune teller*, pulmlst or astrologer*,
five hundred dollar*.
Brewerik* or pci son* manufacturing any
malt liquor*, or agent* of same who havs
not already paid Ihe wholes* e liquor and
w hole** c ,1-alers' tax. three hundred dol
Manufacturer* of cider or vinegar, or
either, fifty dollar*.
Telephone companies or exchange#, six
hundred dollars each; each Itslependent
telephone of iwo station*, two dollar* and
Street railroad companies, whether un.
der the control of another company or
not. In lieu of Ihe specific tax heretofore
required, shall pay lo the city of Savan
nah for the pilvllege of doing bulnes* In
the city and for Ihe use of Ihe streets of
the city, at the rate of one hundred dollars
per mile or fronton of a mile of track of
the main line, eliminating all switches and
double track* ami conforming the charge
to one line of track* on each street used in
the city of Savannah bv nald railroad
company, an.l It shall he the duly of street
railroad companies lo make a return under
o*ih. through the.r proper official, of the
amount of their trackage In Ihe city of
Savannah; and In addition thereto.
Iwenty-flve do.lars for each and ev
ery car at any time used by
•uch company In the city; It shall also be
required Wist each and every railroad
company doing business in this clly shall
lake oul badge* for all car* employed bv
them, which badges shall be furnished 1...
ihe city treasurer und whl, h shall be
number-<1 It shall furthermore be re
fiu red that < a h and every car employe-1
by each and every sireet railroad com
pany shall have sueh badge a- hereinbe
fore provided securely fastened in a con
aptcutMls place upon the Inside of such
car. Kvery automobile ot locomobile u
•a carrier • • i-• - ■ • h.* -
veying six or less passenger*, ten dollars;
more than six. twenty-tire dollat*
rroprle;ora or keepers of a skating rink,
Hn-lertakers or coffin warehouses thirty
Person* engaged in loading or unloading
v#9#tl* by hor- power, (wenn’-f)ve ioi
lure for . arh noletin* in>aratu uaed.
Ktprr" o>in|Kin> flve hunJred Ao l-i ra
aiMl in n MHUn thereto l* dollar# for av
ery one-hore Imkk •' eapr. a# wagon. n>l
twelve ri.iii.nn lor every two-hore* ba
6*6* e*|.re. wacon employed by #ueh
Bill po-ier# or dlatribuiora of bill*, of
aclvertlatpo nte. forty .lotlare
l:ia< ktninh ahup#. each force, elfhl dol
t'ooper shop#, twenty .kvllara,
rarrtace re,i.>eltorlej. one hunire.l dol
lar*; everr i-rrlae or wheelwright hop
for manufacu.ilnK or repairing, twenty
Cigar manufacturer* or retailer*, twen
Dye hou*e*. twenty dollar*.
Mltllnery i-#tahli*nment*. ten dollart.
Gunemtth e#:al*llehinent*. ten dollar*.
Foundrb- thlrty dollar#; nwtohlne ehop#
thirty dollars; every foundry ami machine
ehop. at*ty dollar*.
Memigerb-S, Nfty dollar# per day.
Marble and #tone yarilg. tlfly rlolhr*.
Wholesale or retail dealer# or ahlpper*
in tt-h or oysters doing bustne** outside
of rlty market, fifty dollar*.
Shipping masters, one hundred dollar*.
Shooting galleries one humlred dollai*
Proprietor# or keep#r of green gro.a
rles. one bundled dollar*.
Stencil cutter*, twenty dollar*
Tailor*, not registered a* merchants, ten
proprietors or owners of marine nil
way* or dry do. ks, fifty dollars.
Dealt rs paying a la* as wholesale
dealer*, and • very green grocer. hall tie
permitted lo do any liueinesa hereinbe
fore taxed, paying a less tax than lax
for a wholesale dtaler. without paying any
other npeciflc tax.
Every tierson engaged In the !>ulnes* of
lraits|iiln oi t arrying gootls. warea
merchandise, passengers or baggage #or
h're. bv n-an.< of wagons, dray*, truck*,
carls, cmnlbuse- or carriage* of any de
eeriptlon. or of lilting carriage* or other
vehicle* for hire. *liall pay a tax accord
ing lo the number ami character of ve
hicle* employetl in uch business, via.;
Every person employing one-hore carl
or wagon, rlx do'lars; every |>erson em
ploying one-hor*e dray or trugk. el*h
■l,.liars. every |-reon empkvylng one-horse
cab. hack or buggy, or vihlcl-a
of any description not .tint wise gpccitt
cally mentioned. ax dollar*; every per
*on employing one t wo- horse carl or
tvagon. dray or truck, or any other two
horse vehicle for dray age purposes,
twelve dollvr*; every |<er*on em
ploying one two-lior*e cab, hack.
btlgy. omnibus. carriage or vehicle
of any description, eight dollars; every
person employing one three-horse dray or
truck, eighteen dollars; every person em
ploying on. four-horse dtay or Duck,
twenty- five dollar*; every person employ
ing one four-horse omnibus, thirty dtil
ia is. and ilie tax to t paid by any per
son employing mote than one vehicle of
the aarne or different kinds shall be ac
cording to the number of vehicle* employ
ed at the rale* above specified.
Keeper* of sale and f<*l stable*, fifty
dollars, but nothing herein contained shall
authorize the keeper of such sale and feed
stables to sell any live stock of any other
person without first paying the brokers'
or dealers' tax a* required under this or
dinance. every keeper of a public or livery
•table, fifty dollars; every keep,
per ,of feed stable only. llfty
dollars; ami in a*klitlon thereto,
a* a part of (hr same tax. according to
the number and chainetrr of any vehicles
employed In such bustne*#. either by let
ring for hire or In the tran*|M>rlatlon of
good*, passenger* or baggage, at the rate#
a!>ove sperilled for taxes to be prld by tier
sons engaged in the bustne.s of transport
ing. el<'.. for hire.
Person# employing or using one or more
vehicle* of any sort to he drawn by one
or mot* horses or mo,ex In connection
with any business In which he may lie en
gaged, for the purpose of delivering goo.l*
sold hy them, or In any other manner,
•hall pay. In mklttlon lo the specific tax
required 0 f them for such busmens, ms a
part thereof, .. graduated lax similar lo
that hereinbefore required of (terson# en
gage'l In Ihe business of transporting, etc.,
for lure, according to the number and
character of such vehicles, at the same
Every owner of a wagon or other ve
hicle used n< moving advert isnmcnl#, one
Every pushcart or barrow used mov
ing advertisement*, twenty-five dollars.
Huckster*. Including dealers In I-s
cream, fruit, -m ill pain# shops, vendor#
of small watres. and keeper# of a cook
stove or cook-ho|>. ten dollars.
Portion# selling ‘rjm push -arts or other
vehicle#, except country carta selling their
own produce, one hundred dollars; upon
pavment of *nld tax the treasurer shall
furnish a ltad*e. which shall lie placed In
a conspicuous place on such pushcart or
H'reel dealer* In poultry, for which a
badge Shall be Issued, ten dollar*
Manufacturer# of paten: medicines not
engaged in the business of druggist,
Agents, uterneys at law, or brokers
rexotlotlng loans on real estate (except
" tl estate brokers negotiating loans In
immediate connection wish wales or pur
chases made by them), seventy-five dot
Attorneys at law who ad vert Ae money
to lend, -r In any other way engaged in
the l-ilsln- <s of money lending, whether
for cl enlw or not. shall |-ay u tux of iw-v
Iturglur alarm <-ompanlea or agent*.
lrealer* in bli-v.le*. or agent* for sale
of .-amc. thirty dollar*.
Mannfa tur-r* of baking powders, or
self-*airing flour. .*• ho;h. fifty dollars.
Detail den.era selling -lr v-.rl poultry' or
frrsh m- ris, in addition to the tux of a
retail dealer, eevenly dollar*.
Agencies and other business nol herein
before specially mentloneel. thirty dollars.
Kvery drummer, runn-r or other person
soliciting tr.i.b or order*, or huslne-- for
another or for him-elf, whether resident of
thl* city or elsewhere, and having no fixed
place of hu-lnex* in this city, and every
peddler and Itinerant transient trader,
und every transient person selling or of
fering lo sell by sample, shall pay the
•am* lax required of resident and siailon
ary -baler* In tile same article*, ami no
-.nicer of iIM) city shall I* nithorized to re
duce or In anywise - hang, such lux ao
fe-pilr-.1. nor *m-h lllnerant dealer be
allowed lo w. II hla wares under the license
of any auctioneer, or under the name of
ar.y factor or comml-aion merchant who
has pui-l hla tux as tu- h until h< hints. ||
•hull have paid all taxes required of him
by this ordinance; provided, however that
any iranalrnt person trann ti g „r off-r
--ing lo transact, any of Ihe kinds of huel
ne* menihmed In this paragraph, selling
or Offering only to r- si lent a- -lers ..r m wi
ulnctttrers in the specific arllcl. or cvmi
me-dity sold or off-r.-.l f>y him nr her and
not twinging Into or keeping in the city any
•tock for purpone of delivery, shall not be
required to pay any lax or licem-e fee
Kvery person, company or corporation re
quired by this section to pay a specific or
Mislness iax shall lak- out a license or re
cell*, which shall slate Ihe business or oc
cupation In which such person, company or
corporation la aulhorlz-d lo engage, and
which shall !• exhibited to Ihe city mar
shal of his deputy, at any time upon de
mand. And If any person, company or
corporation shall engage In any business
or o-eupailon for which such lieenae or
receipt Is required without fir t taking out
the same, or who shall fall or refuse lo
exhibit Che -amc upon demand to the city
marshal, or hi* deputy, such person, rom
panv or corporation wfr.ill. upon conviction
l>e fore ihe Hollce Court of ihe
city of fiavannah. !• subject to
'■ Put lo fs-'u ■- rata- Hun
itred dollars, nnd Imprisonment nol to ex
ee*.i thirty day*, either or totii. In the dis
cretion of th* court.
Hc. 4. The occupant of any premise*
Where a (log or dogs Is or are kept shall
pay for every -log >o kepi an .mnus!
license of one dollar Upon payment ot
hl license a badge -hall be Issued to the
prison paying the license for the dug
un.l every dog found running at I -rn
wlihout sucti badge shall be Impounded
• IMIII Ot? di9|it>!H , i) Of.
7 The value of real properly to ba
taxed undti the second section oi this or-
the a**e*nent provided for by the ordi
nance of the city on that subject, or any
ordinance amendatory thereof: the value
of personal properly lo tie taxed under
the th rd section of this ordinance, the
particular* wnd character of the hustnewe
for which a tax ts required under the fifth
section of this ordinance, nnd the number
of ilogs kepi a* provided for in the sixth
section of Ihl* ordinance, shall he ascer
tained by means of ihe return* hereinaf
Sc. 3. Evtry person ami corporation
owning real property In *sld city on th*
first day of Jitnunry. 1981. shall pay taxes
upon such real property upon the assess
ment thereof lawfully adopted. Every per
son and coil-oration owning or holding in
trust or on consignment, personal prop,
erty In said city on Ih* first day of Janu
ary. IMI. liable to he taxed under *h
third and tlfth Section* of this ordinance
except ilocks In bank* nnd hanking *o
Gallons organised under the law* oi ihl*
state or of the t'nltrd Stale*, shall make a
return thereof. a provided hy an ordi
nance of the city Of Savannah, passed
March 22. 1*99. touching the Board of Tax
Assessor* for the city of Savannah, and
under the rules and regulations of said
The president or acting president of any
bank or hanking association located :n
said illy. Shall, hy the 21st day of Janu
ary. 131. make a ruturn lo the Board of
Tax Assessors of the stock of
said l>ank or hanking association, and
the value thereof, and shall he taxed upon
the hast# of auiii value, and In the event
of the failure or refusal of a president or
acting president lo make this return, then
II shall be the duly ot Ihe Board of Tax
Awiessora lo esses* Ihe said to< k
with Ihe (tower In Ihe said Board of
Tax A#se#ora to double-tax tho
said I sink or banking association.
Every person liable lo taxation um
deg Ihe fifth section of Oils ordi
nance shall make a return of the bust
n- -s In which he I* engaged, and of tog
l umber and ebara er of vehicle# hy which
his tax Is 10 he graduated hy th" Board
of Tax Assessor* by the 21 st day
of January, 1381, and every person
commencing lo carry on any of th*
eald kind* of business or Increasing the
number of hla vehicles, or commencing to
keep ard use which a, after the first day
of January. 1911, shall make a return
thereof walhtn ten day* after so com
mencing or Increasing. Every person hav
ing a dog or cogs on the llrat day of Jan
uary, J9OI, shall make u return thereon to
tha Board of Tex Assessor* by th*
21st day of January. 1981, and every
person bringing a dog or dugs into Ihe city
alter that dale, to be kept here, shall
make a • m fur teturn w th'.n ten data
after ao tain King in such deg or doga
See. 9. All taxea hereby required for
real and personal properly held on Ih*
first day of January, 1981. and for bu#l
r. a in whh h any terson shall h* engag
ed at tha date, nnd of person* having
-chicles and dogs In atiid city at that date,
shall Is- cons a- red aa due on Ihe first <ia\
of January. 1381. and all taxes required of
person* commencing to transact any bea -
ms* (or whi h a tax Is required, after the
llrst day of January. 199. or commencing
■ tier that date to ue vehicle# and street
railway cat* not then In use, or bring mt
any dog or -log* Int i said city, shall he dtia
Immediately upon the commencing of such
business, using such vehicles, or bringing
BU'-h doc Into the eily. And all taxes of
every kind shall lie payable to the el'y
treasurer; pro ded, n*vertheh-sg. that any
lax up n t roperty assessed for the whole
year nay le |*iid quarterly, at Ihe option
• f the taxpayer, computing iron* the fl’st
day of January. 1901. but In ih# event that
any quarter's tax l not paki when the
same is payable, then the treasurer shad
Issue an execution for the amount
of the tax for the year remaining
in p dd. si liere tiafter provl- ed. I’ut any
per#' n or lirm comm tie ng business m this
city after July 1. 1901. or running after tha*
date vehicles for the Iriinsportatlcn of
goods, wars* or merehandle, or pass n
gcr, which were not run before that
date. Upon making prompt return of ih*
seine with n ien Oh vs after such hu slept
has commenced, or aueh vehicles haw
b • n run. he or they shall Iw taxed on
naif of Ihe yearly lax assessed by ah a
ordinance, provid'd add lax b- paid wilh-
In fifteen days alter such return: other
wise Ihe entire tax shall he eol
lecled. The term vehicle, as used In this
section, sh ill Include street railway cars,
automobile- and locomobiles.
Any real propenjr. In-lu-ltng pew im
provement*. watch shall become tuxauie
after the first day of January. 1901. shall
l-e subj- - t lo laxhlion from the first -lay of
the month Imnwdtately succeeding tha
time whet, the same ts.com-s laxable, ant
the owner or owner* thereof shall pay
such proporiion ot the lax required by thl*
ordinance a* the time left In the year 1901
*h ill b- tit to the whole year.
Hoc. 10. If any person or corporation
•hall refuse or ■-< xlecl lo pay spy tax r#-
qulre-l by this ordinance within thirty
la. after the same shall he due and pay
able as ahove pmvldrd. or shall neal ct
or refuse to pay any double lax assessed,
as above |*rovUle<! for. twenty days after
notice hns been served on such persons or
cor|s r.illon of -tn - #sm --meni, the e|.*y
tressurer snail !**ue executions theref-ir
snd for Ihr further sum of one dollar for
costs. slat the city marshal shall
proceed with such execution* In
the same manner a* a sheriff
- iocs under the execution* from the
Superior t'ourt* of IM* state, subject o
the provisions of Ihe art of she Oeneral
Assembly of the state of tleorgla. passed
Keh 17 1577. Kvery person or corporation
who shall pay his or Its taxes on real or
per--o.il property, or both, promptly with
in fifteen days after the hist of Aprll.Julv,
October and Junuxry, the time hereinbe
fore *|>eiil!ed for the payment thereof,
•hall la- eotliled lo a deduction of 10 per
eenlum of tlie amount Ihrre-of. and th*
cit> treasurer I* hereby directed to make
such deduction upon the receipt of the tax;
and every person or corporation who shall
pay any other taxes required by thl* ordi
nance promptly wHhln thirty day* after
Ihe MU" shall become due, shall be en
titled t. a reduction of 10 per centum of
ihe amount thereof, and Ihe city treaeri ir
Is herehv directed lo make aoch deduction
upon -h-- receipt of Ihe lax.
Sec. 11. Kvery person transacting or of
fering lo tmnsact, either of the kln-l* of
buslnes* hereinafter named who are In
business on the first day of January, 1901,
•hall, within thirty days after the first
day of January. 1901 take out a license
therefor, viz.: Kvery auctioneer, every
hroker. every commission merchant, ev
ety plumber, every barber and all others
doing hutnc*s without any stock In Ira-le:
every owier or lessee fa Junk shop or
cotton pl-d;ery. every Junk dealer, ev ry
vendor of small wares huckster*, hawk
ers. Includlnt h al*ra In lee cream, fn i<
m l poultry.keeper of n- ooksiovoor cook
simp: and It is herehy declared ‘o le the
meaidn;: ot thla ordinance that the lie- n-e
granted to any auctioneer-hall not author
ize such auction-er to sell for nny tran
eol • er, unless such liaoelent -le|er
has first pa and a I tax- s lequlr- I of him
by lhl* ordinance. Kvery llcened aucl on
cer shrill lave -!■ ;i --• ge of appolnllnc
one u-i-i im e; er. w h-se name shall I#
rteor-bd In ihe treasur-r* otfiee and•-
tend on the )i ense is-urd. A-d no i-tr.-on
shall le permitted to be an auct oneeg or
ven :ue masler v.tt-il le shall have <om
t-lb-t wl>h ihe condHlons -ontanc-l in
sect 100 1133 of the Herts and Cod of ' leor
gls. known as the Code of !%.'. Anl In
• very license taken out by the owner or
1 ssee of s Junk shop or coit-ra pickery,
nr by s Junk -baler. It shall i* distinctly
expressed Dal svs.-h Junk shoo or -otlon
pickery, er Junk dealer, shall afwavs be
subje- t lo ihe -. el-at on ot th* police of
UN ii i 'hilt -uch ptlhtn shall no'
purchase fr m any one tn -lor the n/e >f
14 year*, s duplicate ot whlcn license, *lgn
• and by the person or uer-ona taking nut th#
***!! nnai PtirrokNinis hu nr ihoir
IO such 1 end Hons, shall OS r-tuinc<l by th"
el'y treasuier, nd on refusal to sub
mit at any t me to such visit.iD>n. or on
conviction In ihe Hotlee Couit of having
purchased fiom any one un-let the age of
14 years, aueh llcen.ee shall be rev k i
and such Junk shop or co-ton pickery shall
Immediately he - I *d by th" Mayor And
etcry sueh Junk ship. Junk -I- alee or cot
ton pi- k- ry license -ha-1 be subject to the
further condlt on that the -sme *ha'l le
subject to revocation by the Mayor or R
eoidai If. on examination U*'or- 1-lm In
tlie Hollce Court, he shall b" -acsled and
(Continued on Seventh l'uge.J