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times as may be directed by the city engineer for the period of one year, or for special repairs to the sidewalk, curbing or guttering upon any street or streets, or upon any portion of such street. Such advertisement shall be made for five consecutive days, the contract awarded and the same submitted to the common council for confirmation. Upon the confirmation. of any contract for any work prescribed in this ordinance, the engineer shall cause said repairs to be made by the contractor. [G. O. No. 389, Sec. 3.
SEC. 9. Cost of repairs, how taxed.-The cost of repairing the paving and planking of any sidewalk or the curbing or guttering alongside thereof, shall, when made in accordance with sections seven and eight of this article, be paid in the first instance out of the general revenue of the city and the city engineer shall compute and charge against each lot, tract or parcel of property fronting on the spot where any such repairs are made the cost of such repairing in front thereof and shall make out in favor of the city a special tax bill against each lot or parcel of land for the cost of such repairs made in front of such lot, tract or parcel of land, which bill shall be registered and collected as is provided in section 2407 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri of 1889. [G. O. No. 389, Sec. 4.
SEC. 10. Tax bills shall be delivered to city collector. As soon as said tax bills are made out and registered by the city engineer, he shall deliver the same to the city collector, taking from him triplicate receipts therefor, one to be filed with the city auditor, one with the city comptroller and the third retained. [G. O. No. 389, Sec. 5.
SEC. 11. Collection of tax bills.-The city collector shall, upon the receipt of such tax bills, forthwith send by mail to each of the owners of property as shown upon said tax bills a written or printed notice that said tax bills are in his hands for collection and will be payable at his office at any time within thirty days from the date of their receipt by him,
naming such date. At the expiration of said thirty days, the city collector shall turn over the tax bills uncollected to the city counselor, taking triplicate receipts therefor, one to be filed with the city auditor, one with the city comptroller and the third retained. The city collector shall also file with the city auditor a statement of the money collected while the tax bills were in his hands. [G. O. No. 389, Sec. 6.
SEC. 12. Counselor shall collect by legal proceedings, when. The city counselor shall, as soon as practicable after receiving such tax bills, collect the same by legal proceedings in the name of the city, and as fast as he collects he shall pay the money into the city treasury, taking triplicate receipts therefor, one to be filed with the city anditor, one with the comptroller and the third retained. [G. O. No. 389, Sec. 7.
SECTION 1. Hotel - license for. No person shall carry on or engage in the business of keeping or running a hotel or inn without a license therefor from said city, and the charge for such license shall be fifty dollars per year when the building or buildings in which the business may be carried on, together with the lot or lots of ground on which the same may be, shall be valued for city taxation in the land tax book, at the issue of the license, at ten thousand dollars or over, and twenty-five dollars per year when such value shall be, at the issue of the license, less than ten thousand dollars: Provided, that for any hotel or inn, kept in any building the first story of which is not used for such hotel or inn the charge shall be twenty-five dollars per year. Any person, firm or corporation who keeps a house open for the reception and accommodation of transient guests, and charges therefor daily rates, and who
keeps a register of the names of such guests, is hereby declared to be a hotel keeper. [G. O. No. 441, Sec. 45.
SEC. 2. Boarding houses-license for.--No person shall carry on or engage in the business of keeping a boarding house without a license therefor from said city, and the charge for such license shall be as follows: For a public boarding house, ten dollars per year; for a private or family boarding house, two and one-half dollars per year. A public boarding house, as used in this section, shall be held to mean any place where meals and lodging are furnished by day or night, or single meal, but which does not come under the definition of a hotel as given in the preceding section. [G. O. No. 441, Sec. 46.
[For penalty for violating this Chap. see Sec. 20, Chap. entitled "Licenses."]
1. Huckster, license for.
2. Auditor to furnish badges.
Huckster-license for.-Retail vendors of fruits, vegetables, eggs, butter, lard, game, poultry, provisions or other farm or garden products, not raised by such vendors from their own farms or gardens, or from the farms or gardens of their employers, but purchased by them or their employers for the purpose of selling again at retail from baskets, boxes, wagons, carts or other vehicles, on the streets and alleys or public market places of the city, shall be held and deemed to be hucksters; and it shall not be lawful for any person to carry on the business of huckstering or in any manner to exercise such calling on the streets, alleys or public places of this city, without first having obtained a license for so doing, and the charge for such license shall be twenty-five dollars per year. per year. All licenses issued under this section shall
expire on the first day of April next succeeding the date of issue of such license, and shall be charged for from the date of issue to April 1st: Provided, that no license shall be issued for a less sum than two and one-half dollars. [G. O. No. 441, Sec. 50.
SEC. 2. Auditor to furnish badge. It shall be the duty of the city auditor to provide, at the expense of the city, a badge inscribed as follows: "Licensed Huckster No.-———————, City of St. Joseph, 189.....," with the number thereof and the year in which the license expires, engraved or stamped thereon, and to deliver to each and every person securing a license as buckster, one of such badges, which badge shall be worn by the person so securing the same in a conspicuous place on his person at all times while exercising the calling of a huckster. [G. O. No. 441, Sec. 51.
[For penalty for violating this Chap. see Sec. 20, Chap. entitled "Licenses."]
SECTION 1. Ice not to be cut or stored without permit. No person, firm or corporation shall within the limits of the city of St. Joseph, cut from or by any process remove and take any ice, for any purpose whatever, from the Missouri river, any stream, pond, pool, sinkhole or slough, nor sell, deliver or pack and store away any ice, without having obtained a permit from the board of health so to do. [G. O. No. 504, Sec. 1.
SEC. 2. Not to be cut or stored until examined. -Whenever any person, firm or corporation desire to cut from any body of water, or sell, deliver or pack and store away any ice, within the limits of the city, they shall make application to the clerk of the board of health for a permit so to do, and if upon examination by a proper officer authorized by the board of health to make the examination, said board is satisfied that the ice proposed to be cut, sold, delivered or packed and stored away, is clean and fit and proper to be used for drinking, culinary and refrigerating purposes, the clerk of said board shall grant a permit to the applicant. [G. O. No. 504, Sec. 2.
SEC. 3. Ice dealer shall furnish samples-permit revoked and sale prohibited, when.-Ice dealers shall furnish the city chemist with samples of ice from their houses or wagons whenever notified so to do by the board of health. Whenever it shall be ascertained that any ice containing any impurities whatever, and which is in the opinion of the city chemist deleterious, notice thereof shall be given in writing to such ice dealer, and all permits for the sale of all ice cut and taken from the same water as that inspected, examined and analyzed, shall be revoked, and the sale of such ice prohibited. [G. O. No. 504, Sec. 3.
SEC. 4. Permit and certified copy shall be kept, where. A separate permit shall be obtained for the cutting, removing, storing and packing of ice, which shall state from what body of water the same is to be taken and the place or places where the same is to be stored or packed, which permit shall be kept at the body of water and the place where the ice is being cut, or from where it is being removed, and a certified copy of such permit shall be kept at the house or place where the same is being stored or packed. A separate permit shall be obtained for the sale and delivery of all ice which shall state from what body of water the same was take nor cut and