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GENERAL LICENSE AGREEMENT-RESTAURANTS, TAVERNS,
NIGHTCLUBS, AND SIMILAR ESTABLISHMENTS

Agreement between American SOCIETY OF COMPOSERS, Authors AND PUBLISHERS ("SOCIETY"), located

at

and
("LICENSEE"), located at

as follows:

1. Grant and Term of License

(a) SOCIETY grants and LICENSEE accepts for a term of one year, commencing and continuing thereafter for additional terms of one year each unless terminated by either party as hereinafter provided, a license to perform publicly at

(“the premises”), and not elsewhere, non-dramatic renditions of the separate musical compositions now or hereafter during the term hereof in the repertory of SOCIETY, and of which SOCIETY shall have the right to license such performing rights.

(b) This license authorizes performances by means of “jukebox(es)” as defined in the Rate Schedule attached to and made a part of this Agreement.

(c) This Agreement shall enure to the benefit of and shall be binding upon thc partics hereto and their respective successors and assigns, but no assignment shall relieve the parties hercto of their respective obligations hereunder as to performances rendered, acts done and obligations incurred prior to the effective date of the assignment.

(d) Either party may, on or beforc thirty days prior to the end of the initial term or any renewal term, give notice of termination to the other. If such notice is given the Agreement shall terminate on the last day of such initial or renewal term.

2. Limitations on License

(a) This license is not assignable or transferable by operation of law or otherwise, except as provided in subparagraph “l(c)” hereof, and is limited to the LICENSEE and to the premises.

(b) This license does not authorize the broadcasting, telecasting or transmission by wire or otherwise, of renditions of musical compositions in SOCIETY's repertory to persons outside of the premises, other than by means of a music-on-hold telephone system operated by LICENSEE at the premises.

(c) This license is limited to non-dramatic performances, and does not authorize any dramatic performances. For purposes of this Agreement, a dramatic performance shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

(i) performance of a "dramatico-musical work” (as hereinafter defined) in its entirety; (ii) performance of one or more musical compositions from a "dramatico-musical work” (as hereinafter

defined) accompanied by dialogue, pantomime, dance, stage action, or visual representation of the work

from which the music is taken; (iii) performance of one or more musical compositions as part of a story or plot, whether accompanied or

unaccompanied by dialogue, pantomime, dance, stage action, or visual representation; (iv) performance of a concert version of a "dramatico-musical work” (as hereinafter defined). The term "dramatico-musical work” as used in this Agreement shall include, but not be limited to, a musical comedy, opera, play with music, revue, or ballet.

3. License Fees and Payments

(a) In consideration of the license granted herein, LICENSEE agrees to pay SOCIETY the applicable license fee set forth in the Rate Schedule annexed hereto and made a part hereof, based on “LICENSEE's Operating Policy." The term “LICENSEE's Operating Policy" shall mean all of the factors which determine the license fee applicable to the premises under the Rate Schedule.

(b) LICENSEE warrants that the Statement of LICENSEE's Operating Policy attached to and made a part of this Agreement is true and correct as of the date hereof. (c) The current applicable license fee for the premises is

annually, based on the factors set forth in the Statement of LICENSEE's Operating Policy.

(d) LICENSEE agrecs to pay SOCIETY the license fee due hereunder in installments of one-third the applicable annual fee in advance on or before January 1, May 1 and September 1 of each year provided, however, that if LICENSEE does not otherwise owe SOCIETY any fees under this or any prior license agreement, and if LICENSEE pays the full annual fee on or before January 31st of any year, the applicable license fee for that year shall be reduced

by 20%.

(e) LICENSEE agrees to pay SOCIETY a $25 service charge for each unpaid check, draft or other form of monctary instrument submitted by LICENSEE to SOCIETY.

(1) In the event LICENSEE shall be delinquent in payment of license fecs due hereunder by 30 days or more, LICENSEE agrees to pay a finance charge on the license fecs duc of 16% per month, or the maximum rate permitted by the law of the state in which the premises licerend! hereunder are located, whichever is less, from the clope suiche

(s) In the event that LICENSEE's payment of fees under this Agreement causes SOCIETY to incur a liatility to pay a gross receipts, sales, use, business use, or other tax which is based on the amount of SOCIETY's receipts from LICENSEE, the number of licensees of SOCIETY, or any similar measure of SOCIETY's activities, and (i) SOCIETY has taken reasonable steps to be exempted or excused from paying such tax; and (ii) SOCIETY is permitted by law to pass through such tax to its licensees, LICENSEE agrees to pay to SOCIETY the full amount of such tax.

4. Changes in LICENSEE's Operating Policy

(a) LICENSEE agrees to give SOCIETY thirty days prior written notice of any change in LICENSEE's Operating Policy. For purposes of this Agreement, a change in LICENSEE's Operating Policy shall be one in effect for at least thirty days.

(6) Upon any change in Licensee's Operating Policy resulting in an increase in the license fee, based on the annexed Rate Schedule, LICENSEE agrees to pay SOCIETY the increased license fee, effective as of the initial date of such change, whether or not written notice of such change has been given pursuant to subparagraph “4(a)" hereof.

(c) Upon any change in LICENSEE's Operating Policy resulting in a reduction in the license fee, based on the annexed Rate Schedule, LICENSEE shall be entitled to the reduction, effective as of the initial date of such change, and to a pro rata credit for any uncarned license fees paid in advance, provided LICENSEE has given SOCIETY thirty days prior written notice of such change. If LICENSEE fails to give SOCIETY thirty days prior written notice, any reduction and credit shall be effective thirty days after LICENSEE gives SOCIETY written notice of the change.

(d) Within thirty days of any change in LICENSEE'S Operating Policy, LICENSEE shall furnish to SOCIETY a current Statement of LICENSEE's Operating Policy and shall certify that it is true and correct.

(e) If LICENSEE discontinues the performance of music at the premises, LICENSEE or SOCIETY may terminate this Agreement upon thirty days notice, the termination to be effective at the end of the thirty day period. In the event of such termination, SOCIETY shall refund to LICENSEE a pro rata share of any unearned license fees paid in advance. For purposes of this Agreement, a discontinuance of music shall be one in effect for no less than thirty days.

5. Breach or Default

Upon any breach or default by LICENSEE of any term or condition herein contained, SOCIETY may terminate this license by giving LICENSEE thirty days notice to cure the breach or default, and in the event that it has not been cured within the thirty day period, this license shall terminate on the expiration of that period without further notice from SOCIETY to LICENSEE.

6. Interference in SOCIETY's Operations In the event of:

(a) any major interference with the operations of Society in the state, territory, dependency, possesion or political subdivision in which LICENSEE is located, by reason of any law of such state, territory, dependency, possession or political subdivision; or

(b) any substantial increase in the cost to SOCIETY of operating in such state, territory, dependency, possession or political subdivision, by reason of any law of such state, territory, dependency, possession or political subdivision, which is applicable to the licensing of performing rights,

Society shall have the right to terminate this Agreement forthwith by written notice and shall refund to LICENSEE any uncarned license fees paid in advance.

7. Notices

All notices required or permitted to be given by either party to the other hereunder shall be duly and properly given if:

(a) mailed to the other party by registered or certified United States Mail; or
(b) sent by electronic transmission (i.c., Mailgram, facsimile or similar transmission); or

(c) sent by generally recognized same-day or overnight delivery service, addressed to the party at the address stated above. Each party agrees to inform the other of any change of address.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this Agreement has been duly executed by SOCIETY and LICENSEE

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RATE SCHEDULE
LICENSE FEES FOR CALENDAR YEAR 1996

This Rate Schedule applies to Bars, Grills, Taverns, Restaurants, Lounges, Supper Clubs, Night Clubs,

Ballrooms, Dance Clubs, Discos, Piano Bars, Cabarets, Roadhouses and similar establishments.

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LIVE MUSIC-TWO OR MORE INSTRUMENTALISTS

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Audio-Only (C)

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Base NO. OF VARIABLES (E)

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Base VARIABLES (A) Base VARIABLES (7)
Rate (1)
(3) Add Add Rata

(1) (23)
Rate

(2)
$ 296 $ 394 $ 528 $ 704 $ 86 $ 131 $ 202 $296 $ 394 $ 302 $ 445 $ 591
443 592 788 1048 112 168 224 407

336 610
592 788 1048 1404 135 204 246 505 676 369 759 1016
394 528 703 936 123 185 289 394 528 435 591 795
592 788 1048 1404 160 241 322 592 788 483 888 1181
788 1048 1404 1873 197 294 355 788

1048
533 1181

1571
528 703 936 1257 160 241 378 528 703 566 795 1056
799 1056 1419 1884 210 316 420 788 1048 631 1181 1571
1056 1419 1884 2513 259 390 462 1048 1404 694 1571 2106
664 886 1182 1575 197 294 467 654 873 700 980 1308
999 1330
259 390 518 985 1317 m 1479

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1330 1774 2363 3154 322 483 570 1317 1747 855 1976 2622

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1209 1604 2142 2843 309 463 614

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919
1774

2363
1604 2130 2843 3793 380 570 674 1575 2102 1013 2363 3154
936 1244 1662 2217 271 406 643

1230 966

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1404 1873 2499 3323 360 540 713 1378 1837 1070 2066 2755
1873 2499 3323 4435 443 664 784 1849 2451 1178 2772 3676
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407 610 814

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1812 2414
455 684 912 1761

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1343 1785 2389 3177 380 570 908 1293 1785 1363 1940 2678
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2685 3583 4766 6352

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2589 3573 1667

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(A) "Seating Capacity" for ballrooms, dance clubs, discos and similar operations means the total allowable occupancy of the premises

under local fire or similar regulations, and shall not be limited to the total number of available seats, provided that if no such local
fire or similar regulations are in effect, then "seating capacity" means 10 people per 100 square feet or portion thereof of the room(s)
in which music is performed.

(B) VARIABLES (Applicable to single instrumentalist):

- Show or act(s) or vocalist(s).
- Admission, minimum, cover, entertainment or similar charge.
- Alternate or relief music (live) by a single instrumentalist. Music provided solely at the time of the show or act(s) shall not

be deemed to be alternate or relicf music.

(C) “Mechanical Music Audio-Only” means performances other than by live musicians, e.g., records, tapes, compact discs, karaoke,

or similar media or by a radio-over-loudspeaker system licensable under the United States Copyright Law, but shall not include
music presented by means of a music-on-hold telephone system or a jukebox (as hereinafter defined).

(D) “Mechanical Music Audio-Visual" means performances such as, for example, by means of a television with screen measuring

greater than 36 inches diagonally, multiple televisions regardless of screen size, laser discs, video tapes, karaoke with video, or
video jukeboxes. If performances are presented by both audio-only and audio-visual mechanical means, add only the applicable
additional fee specified for "mechanical music audio-visual."

(E) VARIABLES (Applicable to two or more instrumentalists):

- Show or act(s).

- Admission, minimum, cover, entertainment or similar charge.
- Alternate or relief music (live) by any instrumentalist(s). Music provided solely at the time of the show or act(s) shall not be

deemed to be alternate or relief music.

(F) VARIABLES (Applicable when there is no live music, to audio only and audio-visual mechanical music):

- Admission, minimum, cover, entertainment or similar charge.

Dancing (patrons or performers), show or act(s) (including disc jockey, video jockey or master of ceremonies).

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