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(a) There is hereby imposed upon all holders of the following licenses issued by the State Director of Alcoholic Beverage Control under the provisions of the Kansas Liquor Control Act (K.S.A. 41-101 et seq.) a biennial City occupation tax in the following amounts:


For a license to manufacture alcohol and spirits    



For a license to manufacture beer and cereal malt beverage:


For one to 100 barrel daily capacity or any part thereof    



For 101 to 150 barrel daily capacity    



For 151 to 200 barrel daily capacity    



For 201 to 300 barrel daily capacity    



For 301 to 400 barrel daily capacity    



For 401 to 500 barrel daily capacity    



For 501 or more barrel daily capacity    


Provided, that the words “daily capacity” as used in this section shall mean the average daily barrel production for the previous 12 months of manufacturing operations; provided further, that if no such basis for comparison exists, the manufacturing licensee shall pay in advance for operation during the first term of the license an occupation tax of $2,000.


For a license to manufacture wine    



For a spirits distributor’s license for the first and each additional distributing place of business operated in the City by the same licensee and wholesaling and jobbing spirits    



For a beer distributor’s license, for the first and each additional wholesale distributing place of business operated in the City by the same licensee and wholesaling or jobbing beer and cereal malt beverage    



For a retailer’s license    



For a nonbeverage user’s license:


For class 1    



For class 2    



For class 3    



For class 4    



For class 5    



For any private club or drinking establishment    


(b) The biennial City occupation tax imposed upon holders of both a spirits distributor’s license and a beer distributor’s license shall be either of the applicable occupation taxes set forth in subsections (a)(4) and (a)(5) of this section, but not both. If one such occupation tax is higher than the other by virtue of multiple licenses, the higher tax shall be imposed. (Ord. 19676 § 1, 12-6-11.)

Cross References:Alcoholic liquor occupation tax, TMC 9.15.290 et seq.

State Law References:Permitted fees, K.S.A. 41-310, 41-2622.