(A)   For the purpose of this chapter, the following definition shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
      AUCTIONEER. Any person who sells or offers for sale any goods, wares and merchandise at public auction for another on commission or for a recompense or any person who shall conduct a public sale at auction of any goods, wares and merchandise, irrespective of whether the goods sold or offered for sale are owned by another or the auctioneer.
   (B)   No auction sale of any class of merchandise shall be held or conducted, except by an auctioneer holding a license or permit, whichever may be required according to the provisions of §§ 110.02 and 110.03.
   (C)   At least five days prior to any auction to be held within the corporate limits of the city, the auctioneer shall submit to the Police Chief of the city a list of all goods, wares and merchandise auctioned giving a description of each and accompanying serial numbers, if any, the sale identification number of the goods, wares and merchandise and the name of the seller and buyer of the same.
(Prior Code, § 10-1903) Penalty, see § 10.99