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(A) Upon a person making application for the first license to be issued pursuant to the provisions of this chapter or for a newly established business, in all cases where the amount of license tax to be paid is based upon the gross receipts, such person shall furnish to the Director of Finance for his guidance in ascertaining the amount of license tax to be paid by the applicant, a written statement, upon a form provided by the Director of Finance, declaring under penalties of perjury that the statements are true to the best of his knowledge and belief, and setting forth such information as may be therein required and as may be necessary to properly determine the amount of the license tax to be paid by the applicant.
(B) If the amount of the license tax to be paid by the applicant is based upon the gross receipts, he shall estimate the gross receipts for the period to be covered by the license to be issued. Such estimate, if accepted by the Director of Finance as reasonable, shall be used in determining the amount of license tax to be paid by the applicant.
(C) The Director of Finance shall not issue to any such person another license for the same or any other business, until such person shall have furnished to him the written statement and paid the license tax as required by this chapter.
('86 Code, § 5.04.070) (Ord. 2306, passed 2-1-49; Am. Ord. 3962, passed - - )