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First, the name and residence of the applicant, and how long he has resided there.

Second, the particular place for which the license is desired, and the name of the owner of the premises.

Third, that the applicant is a citizen of the United States; the place of the birth of the said applicant, and if a naturalized citizen, the court and date of such naturalization.

Fourth, that the applicant has not, and does not intend to apply for license to do business at any other place in said county where any of said liquors are sold or kept for sale, except being a distiller or brewer, he has applied or intends to apply for a wholesale dealer's license under the provisions of this chapter.

Fifth, whether the license held by the applicant has ever been revoked, and if so when and where, and if the applicant has held a license during the previous year that he has not knowingly violated, or permitted to be violated, the law regulating the sale of intoxicating liquors.

Sixth, unless the surety offered be a trust company authorized to do business in this state, the names of not less than two reputable free-holders of the county who will become sureties on the bond hereafter required, and the statement that they are the bona fide owners in their own right of real estate in said county which at its assessed value is worth more than four thousand dollars above all liens and encumbrances thereon, and that they will not go upon the bond or be surety upon bonds aggregating more than the total worth of their property.

Seventh, said petiton must be verified by the affidavit of the applicant, and if any false statement is willfully made in said petition the applicant shall be deemed guilty of the crime of perjury, and upon conviction shall be subject to its penalties. There shall be annexed to said petition a certificate signed by at least twelve reputable qualified voters of the magisterial district in which such liquors are to be sold, setting forth that they have been acquainted with the applicant, that they have good reason to believe that each and all of the statements contained in the petition are true, and stating their names in full, and their places of residence and the kind and places of business in which they are engaged.

If the business is to be carried on in an incorporated city, town or village, the municipal authorities whereof are not vested with the sole power to grant such licenses, the applicants shall procure from the clerk of such city, town or village a certified copy of the order or resolution of the council of said city, town or village authorizing or assenting to such license, and shall file such certified copy with his petition.

Sec. 18. Where the council of a city, town or village is authorized by its charter or any law of the state to impose a penalty for doing any act, or engaging in any business or occupation within the limits of such municipality, without first having obtained a license therefor pursuant to the ordinances of said town, no state license shall exonerate the person holding the same from any such penalty, whether such penalty be greater or less than herein provided; but no incorporated city, village or town shall impose or require the payment of a greater annual license tax for doing any act or engaging in any business within the limits of such city, village or town, than the state tax imposed by this chapter for doing the same act or engaging in the same business or occupation, except in such city, town or village having a special charter which reserves to the council the right to fix the rate of such license.

Sec. 40. A state license to furnish intoxicating drinks or refreshments, or sell at retail spirituous liquors, wine, porter, ale or beer, or any drink of like nature, at a public theater or at any public watering place in this state, or sell patent rights, or act as hawker or peddler, or conduct a shooting gallery, or to keep for public use or resort at any public watering place in this state, a bowling alley or billiard table, or any table of like nature, shall be either for a year, four months or two months from the commencement thereof; but no license to sell intoxicating liquors as provided in this section shall be granted for a year or less except upon petition to the county court or municipal tribunal as provided in this chapter; if, for four months the state tax thereon shall be onehalf, and if for two months one-third of the annual tax.

Sec. 44. A license to maintain an automobile shall be granted by the auditor to the owner thereof, and shall be co-extensive with the state; such licenses shall be numbered consecutively and a record shall be kept showing the name of the person to whom each license is granted; in addition to the certificate of license the auditor shall furnish to such licensee two metal tags or plates, bearing the same number as the license and the word “licensed,” which shall be printed on such tag or plate in plain letters; one such tag or plate shall be securely attached in a conspicuous place on the

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front and the other on the rear end of such automobile; any person other than the owner of the automobile licensed who shall deface or destroy such tag or plate shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not less than five dollars nor more than twenty-five dollars; duplicates of any such tag or plate may be issued by the auditor to the person to whom the original was issued upon payment of the fee of one dollar for each; any person who shall maintain or operate an automobile without such tag or plate or with one bearing any other number than that of the license issued therefor, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof, shall be fined not less than twenty nor more than one hundred dollars. In any controversy respecting the identity or ownership or control of an automobile. the number borne by it shall be prima facie evidence that it was owned and operated by the person to whom the license therefor was issued; if a license for an automobile be issued to any person other than the owner, it shall be invalid and such automobile shall be deemed to be maintained and operated without a license; it shall be the duty of the assessor to report to the auditor during the month of July of each year on blanks prepared by the auditor, the names of the owners of all automobiles listed by him in his county for taxation.

Sec. 62. On real and personal property not exempt from taxation for the year one thousand nine hundred and seven, and thereafter, not to exceed five cents on the one hundred dollars valuation, for state and state school taxes shall be imposed upon real or personal property; provided, that the board of public works for the year one thousand nine hundred and seven, and thereafter. may reduce and fix the amount of the levy for state and state school purposes to any amount not less than two cents on each one hundred dollars, and provided, further, that said board, in its discretion, for the year one thousand nine hundred and seven, or any year thereafter, may levy the whole of five cents for state purposes, or may apportion the said five cent levy to the state and state school fund: provided, further, that the amount apportioned to the distributable school fund from all sources shall not be less than seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars annually. Any such act of the board of public works shall be certified by the president and secretary of said board to the clerk of the county court. the assessor and the sheriff of every county not later than the first

day of August of the year for which said levy is to apply; and it shall be the duty of said officers to extend the levy so fixed by the board of public works on the personal property books and the land books of their county.

Sec. 66. On every license to carry on a brewery for the manufacture of beer, porter, or ale, one hundred dollars, and in addition thereto, fifteen cents on each and every barrel manufactured or produced.

Sec. 74. The license for carrying on a distillery shall authorize the holder thereof to sell the product of such distillery at wholesale at the distillery, but shall not authorize any such holder to sell such product at retail at any place; and the shipment or delivery of any such product from any place of storage other than the distillery shall be deemed a sale without license at the place of such shipment or delivery, unless a license to sell at wholesale at that place has been obtained under this chapter and shall be in force; but a license to carry on a brewery shall authorize the holder thereof to solicit and receive orders for, sell, offer and expose for sale the product of such brewery at wholesale only, in any and all of the counties and cities, towns and villages of this state without additional tax; provided, the county court first authorize such a sale by a certificate duly entered of record which shall designate the places of said sales; except in those counties where the county court or other license tribunal does not grant license to sell intoxicating liquors, and except also in cities, towns and villages where the council or other license tribunal does not grant license to sell intoxicating liquors; no city, town or village shall impose on the holder of a state license to carry on a brewery any municipal license tax, unless he maintains a store house or place of business therein, and such municipal license tax shall not exceed two and one-half cents per barrel on the sales made at such store house or place of business; this, notwithstanding the provisions of chapter forty-seven of the code or of the charter of any city, town or village.

Sec. 77. On every license to sell porter, ale, beer or drinks of like nature, other than spirituous and other distilled

or vinous liquors, at wholesale, seven hundred and fifty dollars to every person, firm, company or corporation selling annually not over five thousand barrels, and at the rate of fifteen cents per barrel for each additional barrel above five thousand barrels.

Sec. 86. Any person who shall violate any of the provisions of the eight preceding sections shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be fined not less than five hundred dollars nor more than five thousand dollars. Any person swearing falsely to any report of actual productions or sale required by this chapter shall be guilty of a felony and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by confinement in the penitentiary for not less than one year nor more than five years.

Sec. 87. On every license to sell spirituous liquors, wine, porter, ale, beer and drinks of like nature at retail, six hundred dollars.

Sec. 88. On every license to sell spirituous liquors, wine and drinks of a like nature, other than porter, ale, beer and other brewed liquors, at wholesale, seven hundred and fifty dollars in addition to all other taxes.

Sec. 88-a. On every license to sell spirituous liquors, wine, and drinks of a like nature, other than porter, ale, beer and other brewed liquors, at wholesale and retail, provided, the same be not drank upon the premises, one thousand dollars.

Sec. 88-1. On every license to sell, offer or expose for sale spirituous, vinous or malt liquors upon a dining car, buffet car, cafe car, or other var upon any railroad in this state, the sum of twenty-five dollars; such license shall be granted by the auditor.

Sec. 92. On every license to sell, as provided for in section seyenty-seven and section eighty-eight of this chapter combined. when granted to the same person, firm or corporation, twelve hundred and fifty dollars, and fifteen cents for each barrel of beer sole! in excess of four thousand barrels; provided, that no incorporated city, town or village shall impose upon the holder of the license herein provided for, a municipal tax in excess of seven hundred and fifty dollars.

Sec. 100. On every license to sell or carry on the business of a juk dealer, twenty-five dollars, and on every agent, solicitor, canvasser or salesman appointed by any junk dealer for the purpose of buying junk, ten dollars.

Ser. 103. On every license to maintain a penny slot machine or other automatic device which is not a gambling device under section one of chapter one hundred and fifty-one of the code, two dollars for each machine or device; on every license to maintain any other slot machine or automatic device which is not a gam

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