741.26  FEES FOR CERTAIN TRADES, PROFESSIONS OR OCCUPATIONS.
   (a)   Unless otherwise indicated below, there shall be a license tax imposed, on an annual basis, upon each person practicing in the following trades, professions or occupations within the City.  The fees shall be in the amounts listed below, and shall enable the payor to purchase a license to engage in the trade, profession or occupation for one year unless some other fee period is indicated, in which case the fee will purchase a license for that period.
      (1)   For architects, a fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00);
      (2)   For attorneys, a fee of five dollars ($5.00);
      (3)   For auctioneers, a fee of fifteen dollars ($15.00);
      (4)   For barbers, beauticians and manicurists, a fee of fifteen dollars ($15.00);
      (5)   For chiropractors, a fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00);
      (6)   For dentists, a fee of twenty dollars ($20.00);
      (7)   For embalmers, a fee of fifteen dollars ($15.00);
      (8)   For engineers, a fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00);
      (9)   For foresters, a fee of five dollars ($5.00);
      (10)   For funeral directors, a fee of one dollar ($1.00);
      (11)   For landscape architects, a fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00)
      (12)   For land surveyors, a fee of twenty dollars ($20.00);
      (13)   For insurance brokers, a fee of ten dollars ($10.00);
      (14)   For midwives, a fee of ten dollars ($10.00);
      (15)   For nursing home administrators, a fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00);
      (16)   For occupational therapists, a fee of five dollars ($5.00);
      (17)   For osteopathic physicians and surgeons, a fee of ten dollars ($10.00);
      (18)   For physical therapists, a fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00);
      (19)   For physicians, surgeons and podiatrists, a biennial fee of fifty dollars ($50.00);
      (20)   For practical nurses, a fee of five dollars ($5.00);
      (21)   For private detectives and investigators, a fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00);
      (22)   For psychologists, a biennial fee of thirty dollars ($30.00);
      (23)   For radiologic technologists, a fee of twenty dollars ($20.00);
      (24)   For real estate brokers, a fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00);
      (25)   For real estate salesmen, a fee of ten dollars ($10.00);
      (26)   For registered professional nurses, a fee of five dollars ($5.00);
      (27)   For social workers, a fee of five dollars ($5.00);
      (28)   For veterinarians, an annual fee of five dollars ($5.00).
         (A.O.,  Passed 6-20-94)