Graduated tax.
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Sec. 74a. Florists.
Every person, firm, or corporation doing the business of a Florists.
florist shall pay an annual license tax in cities or towns of less License tax.
than two thousand five hundred inhabitants, ten dollars; in cities r- a .,! *„,,
or towns of more than two thousand five hundred inhabitants
and less than ten thousand, twenty dollars; in cities or towns
of more than ten thousand inhabitants and less than twenty >yf„ ^.j^^ ^^ town
thousand, thirty dollars; in cities or towns of more than twenty ti^-"^-
thousand inhabitants, forty dollars. No city or town shall levy
any tax exceeding that levied therein and no county shall levy
any license tax upon this business.
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Sec. 75. Cigarettes and cigar dealers and manufacturers of ciga- cigar dealers and
rettes and cigars. manufacturers of
-^ cigarettes and
On every manufacturer of cigarettes or cigars the following tax: cigars.
Where the annual output of cigarettes by such manufacturer is
less than two hundred and fifty million, two hundred and fifty dol-lars
($250) ; where such annual output exceeds two hundred and
fifty million, but does not exceed five hundred million, five hun-dred
dollars ($500) ; where such annual output exceeds five hun-dred
million, but does not exceed seven hundred and fifty million,
two thousand dollars ($2,000) ; where such annual output exceeds
seven hundred and fifty million, but does not exceed one billion,
two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500); where such annual
output exceeds one billion, but does not exceed two billion, three
thousand dollars ($3,000); where such annual output exceeds
two billion, but does not exceed three billion, three thousand five
hundred dollars ($3,500) ; where such annual output exceeds
three billion, and does not exceed four billion, four thousand dol-lars
($4,000); where such annual output exceeds four billion,
but does not exceed five billion, four thousand five hundred dol-lars
($4,500) ; where such annual output exceeds five billion, but
does not exceed six billion, five thousand dollars ($5,000); where
such annual output exceeds six billion, but does not exceed seven
billion, five thousand five hundred dollars ($5,500) ; where such
annual output exceeds seven billion, but does not exceed eight bil-lion,
six thousand dollars ($6,000) ; and where such annual output
exceeds eight billion, but does not exceed nine billion, six thou-sand
five hundred dollars ($6,500) ; where such annual output
exceeds nine billion, but does not exceed ten billion, seven thou-sand
dollars ($7,000); and where such annual output exceeds ten
billion, seven thousand five hundred dollars ($7,500).
Where the annual output of cigars of such manufacturer is
two million or less, twenty-five dollars ($25); where such annual
output is over two million, but does not exceed five million, fifty
dollars ($50); where such annual output is over five million,
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