A.   One Business: It shall be unlawful for any person to engage in any commercial establishment as herein enumerated, without having first obtained a certificate therefor. A class A regulatory certificate shall be required of all such establishments unless otherwise specified by this code. A separate offense shall be deemed committed on each day during which a violation occurs or continues. (Ord. 4364, 10-25-1978, eff. 1-1-1979)
   B.   Multiple Businesses: In the event the same person or entity is the owner and operator of more than one commercial establishment located on the same site and said commercial establishments require, by their varied nature, two (2) or more regulatory certificates or liquor licenses, said owner and operator shall be charged only one fee, that being the highest fee required for a regulatory certificate or a liquor license if the establishment holds a liquor license. The owner and operator shall be responsible to obtain any other regulatory certificate or liquor license as may be required by this Code, but the fee for such additional regulatory certificate or liquor license will be waived. (Ord. 7557, 2-8-2017; amd. Ord. 7601, 11-21-2017)
   C.   Site Locations:
      1.   There shall be a business certificate for each place of business or location. For the purposes of this title, a "place of business" shall be defined as a building or series of connected buildings on one contiguous lot or parcel of ground, and separately operated and owned by the same person and conducting the same general business activity.
      2.   Where two (2) or more separate businesses, separately owned or operated, share floor space in the same building or on the same parcel of ground and the floor space is subdivided between the separate businesses, or types of businesses, then each shall be deemed a separate business and shall be required to attain a separate business regulatory certificate. (Ord. 4364, 10-25-1978, eff. 1-1-1979)