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PUBLIC LAWS-CHl. 146 -MAY 27, 1949 48 Stt. 325 111 (c) The figure "$1,500" appearing in the last sentence of subsection D. C. Code §25-111 (e). (c) of said section is stricken out and the figure "$2,475" is inserted in lieu thereof. 48Stat. 325 - (d) The figure "$750" appearing in the last sentence of subsection (d). - o (d) of said section is stricken out and the figure "$1,250" is inserted in lieu thereof. 48 .tat. e 25- (e) The figure "$750" appearing in the last sentence of subsection 11 (e). (e) of said section is stricken out and the figure "$1,250" is inserted in lieu thereof. 4D SCta3. 25-1 (f) The figure "$100" appearing in the last sentence of subsection (). (f) of said section is stricken out and the figure "$165" is inserted in lieu thereof. 48 Stat. 326 . D.s. Code 25-11 (g) The second paragraph of subsection (g) of said section is (g). amended to read as follows: License fees. "The fee for such a license shall be for a restaurant, $825 per annum; for a hotel, under one hundred rooms, $825 per annum; for a hotel of one hundred or more rooms, $1,650 per annum; for a club, $425 per annum; for a marine vessel serving meals in interstate com- merce of one hundred miles or more and for each railroad dining car or club car, $3 per month, or $20 per annum: Provided, That such a license may be issued to any company engaged in interstate commerce covering all dining, club, and lounge cars operated by such company on railroads within the District of Columbia upon the payment of an annual fee of $100; for all other passenger-carrying marine vessels serving meals, $75 per month or $825 per annum." 4Dstat.C326. (h) The second paragraph of subsection (h) of said section is (h). amended to read as follows: "The annual fee for such a license shall be $330; except that in the case of a marine vessel the fee shall be $30 per month or $330 per annum, and in the case of each railroad dining car or club car $1.50 per month or $15 per annum: Provided, That such a license may be issued to any company engaged in interstate commerce covering all dining, club, and lounge cars operated by such company on rail- roads within the District of Columbia upon the payment of an annual fee of $50." 48 Sta. 326. (i) The figure "$25" appearing in the last sentence of subsection (i) (). Coe of said section is stricken out and the figure "$40" is inserted in lieu thereof. 48s.ta. 326 . (j) The figure "$5" appearing in the last sentence of subsection (j) 0). of said section is stricken out and the figure "$7.50" is inserted in lieu thereof. 4.stat. 3 2-7 . 1 (k) Subsection (k) of said section is amended to read as follows: (k). (k) SOLICITORa' LICENSE.- Such a license shall authorize the licensee to offer for sale to or solicit orders from licensees for the sale of any beverage on behalf of the vendor whose name appears upon such license and whom the solicitor represents. The name of only one vendor shall appear upon the license but if a solicitor represents more than one vendor a license may be issued such solicitor for each vendor such solicitor represents. "The annual fee for each such license shall be $100. "Nothing in this Act shall be construed as repealing any portion of section 7 of the District of Columbia Appropriation Act for the fiscal D. c .Sode 47 year ending June 30, 1903, approved July 1, 1902, as amended" 2301. SEC. 502. Notwithstanding the provisions of this Act, where prior to the effective date of this Act a solicitor's license has been issued which sets forth the name of more than one vendor the solicitor may continue to offer for sale or to solicit orders from licensees for the sale of any beverage on behalf of any vendor named in such license until the expiration of such license. 134 [63 STAT.