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5.04.060. Classifications and fees

            The following businesses, activities, persons, or machines shall be licensed and a fee shall be paid in accordance with the latest fee schedule adopted by the City Council.  The City Council shall set the appropriate fees by resolution.  The respective lists are not deemed exclusive, and any similar business, activity, person, or machine, though not listed, shall be licensed and shall pay the fee required for the category into which it logically fits.

            (1)        Professional.  A person operating a business, which uses professionally trained persons, shall pay a license fee based on the gross annual income of the business as set by resolution.  The following are included in this category:

 

Architects

Nurses, registered

Attorneys at law

Opticians

Certified life underwriters

Optometrists

Certified public accountants

Osteopaths

Chiropractors

Pharmacists

Chiropodists

Physical therapists

Dentists

Professional engineer

Embalmers

Professional land surveyors

Funeral directors

School teachers, private

Medical doctors

Veterinarians

 

            (2)        Personal services.  Any person operating a personal service business shall pay a license fee based on the gross annual income of the business as set by resolution.  The following are included in this category:

 

Assayers

House cleaning services

Auctioneers

Insurance agents

Barbershops

Job printers

Beauty shops

Laundries

Blacksmith shops

Laundry solicitors

Brokerage firms

Meat storage and processing

Brokers

Messenger service

Carpet and rug cleaning and repair

Ore samplers

Cemeteries

Photographers

Cleaning and pressing

Real estate brokers

Cold storage

Salespersons

Collection agencies

Securities dealers

Dance studio

Shoemakers and repair shops

Day nurseries

Tailors

Fumigators

 

 

            (3)        Repair Services.  A person operating a business for repairing, rebuilding, renovation, custom design, and/or construction or for premanufactured goods shall pay a license fee based on the gross annual income of the business as set by resolution.  The following are included in this category:

 

Automobile repair shops

Machine repair shops

Auto wrecking

Upholstery

Blacksmith

Watch repair

General repairs

Welding and repair

Junk dealers

 

 

            (4)        Retail Business and Business Services.  A person operating a business in retail sales or offering business services shall pay a license fee based on the gross annual income of the business as set by resolution.  The following are included in this category:

 

Advertising agents

Hotels

Advertising agencies

Ice cream establishments

Apartment houses

Ice dealers implement houses

Airplane, commercial companies

Jewelry stores

Auto camps

Livery stables

Automobile dealers

Lumber and coal dealers

Bakery

Lumber and hardware dealers

Bicycle shops

Lumber dealers

Bill posters

Magazine shops

Book agents

Meat dealers

Book stores

Merchandise peddlers

Bottling works

Merchants

Cafes

Milk vendors

Cigar stands

Millinery stores

Clothing stores

Monument makers

Coal dealers

Motels

Commission merchants

Music stores

Confectionery stores

Notions

Dairies

Nurseries and horticulture

Distributor, fuel oils

Oil and gas stations

Drugstores

Paint stores

Electric appliance stores

Pharmacy

Express and transfer businesses

Photography supply stores

Feed stores

Poultry dealers

Film stores

Public scales

Florists

Publishers

Fruit and vegetable stands

Rabbitry

Furniture stores

Rendering plant

Garbage collection

Restaurants

Gas appliance stores

Soda fountains

General merchandise stores

Soft drinks

Grocery stores

Storage houses

Haberdasher stores

Swimming pools

Hatter shops

Television or radio repair, electronics

Hawkers

Tourist courts

Hide dealers

Truck dealers

Hot dog stands

Vulcanizing

 

            (5)        Contractors.  A person operating a contracting or subcontracting business or a business utilizing any other form of the building trades shall pay a license fee based on the gross annual income of the business as set by resolution.  The following are included in this category:

 

Carpenters

Painters

Carpet contractors

Pipe fitters

Electricians

Plasterers and wall finishing

Excavators

Plumbers

Fencing

Roofing companies contractors

General contractors

Sheetmetal contractors

Glaziers

Sign contractors

Heating and ventilating

Tile companies

Insulators

Tinsmiths

Linoleum contractors

Weatherstripping contractors

Masonry brick and block contractors

 

 

            (6)        Utilities and Public Services.  A person operating a utility business or a business in the nature of a public service where the person is granted a monopoly under government regulations and banking institutions and finance companies, shall pay a license fee, additional to any franchise fee, of One Hundred Fifty Dollars ($150.00).  The following are included in this category:

 

Banks

Natural gas companies

Cable TV companies

Power and light companies

Finance companies

Telecommunication companies

 

            (7)        Manufacturing and Processing:  A person operating a manufacturing or raw material processing business shall pay a license fee based on the gross annual income of the business as set by resolution.  The following are included in this category:

 

Cement block manufacturing

Flour mills

Creameries

Meat packing and processing

Dairy Products processing

Planing mills

Factories

 

 

            (8)        Amusements.  A person operating an entertainment or amusement business shall pay a license fee based on the gross annual income of the business as set by resolution and an additional fee as set by resolution.  The following are included in this category:

 

Bowling alleys

Pool halls

Billiard parlors

Shooting alleys

Cabarets

Shows other than regular theaters

Dance halls

Skating rinks

Golf games other than regular golf

Theaters

Trampolines

 

 

            (9)        Machines.  A person operating a business, which uses any of the following machines in the course of, as part of, or incidental to a business, shall pay a license fee, which is additional to any other license fee.  Such additional fee shall be set by resolution.  Gum or candy machines not operated for profit or operated by eleemosynary organizations shall be exempt from any fee in this category.  The following machines are included in this category:

 

Cigarette vending machines

Other vending or recreational machines

Jukeboxes

Shuffleboard, coin operated

Marble machines

Vending machines

 

            (10)      Special Categories.  Any person operating any of the following as a business shall pay the appropriate license fee as set by the latest adopted Layton City Consolidated Fee Schedule:

 

Boxing exhibitions

Fortunetellers

Carnival

Merry-go-round

Circus

Palmist

Exhibiting apparatus

Parade curiosities

Exhibiting for test and skill

Phrenologist

Exhibiting machines

Temporary celebration booths (3 days or less)

Exhibiting natural curiosities

 

 


Ord. No.97-35, Recodified, 6/19/1997
Ord. No. 1040, Amended, 5/19/1994
Ord. No. 97-18, Amended, 4/17/1997

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