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Manhattan and Brooklyn Liquor Licenses

On March 23, 1896, during the 119th session of the New York State Legislature, the “Liquor Tax Law,” was passed, establishing a new taxation policy for the trafficking of intoxicating liquors. Liquor licenses set to expire after the law went into effect on April 30, 1896 were eligible for a refund upon surrendering the license.

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