§ 14.184  LICENSE APPLICATION.
   (a)    license application. The application for a license shall request the following information:
      (1)   Whether the applicant is a natural person, corporation, partnership or other form of organization;
      (2)   The type of business for which the applicant seeks a license;
      (3)   A description of the types of merchandise to be sold and the period during which the sale will take place;
      (4)   The current address of the applicant and addresses for the previous five years;
      (5)   The name of the business if it is to be conducted under a designation, name or style other than the name of the applicant;
      (6)   If the applicant is a corporation, the state of incorporation and the full name, address and date of birth of each officer of the corporation;
      (7)   If the applicant is a partnership, the full name, address and date of birth of each general partner;
      (8)   The place where the sale of merchandise will take place;
      (9)   Whether the applicant or any officer or partner of the applicant has been convicted of any crime other than a minor traffic offense and if so, the type of conviction, the date of conviction and the jurisdiction in which the conviction was had;
      (10)   Whether the applicant has been the subject of an investigation by any consumer protection agency, State Attorney General, Better Business Bureau or similar group, and if so, the type of investigation, the date of the investigation, the agency or office conducting the investigation and the outcome;
      (11)   Whether the applicant has applied for and received a license pursuant to M.S. § 329.11, as it may be amended from time to time;
      (12)   Whether the applicant or any of its agents, employees or sub-contractors has applied for a license pursuant to M.S. Chapter 326, as it may be amended from time to time;
      (13)   An executed data privacy advisory and consent form authorizing the release of criminal history information from each of the applicant’s officers, partners, employees, agents and subcontractors;
      (14)   Whether the applicant or any officer, partner or subcontractor of the applicant has previously had a business license or registration denied, revoked or suspended by any governmental unit, identifying that governmental unit;
      (15)   The names, addresses and telephone numbers of any installer or sub-contractor involved in the installation, monitoring or operation of the merchandise to be sold, leased or installed by the applicant; and
      (16)   Such other information as the City Council or shall require.
   (b)    or license application. The application for a or license shall request the following information:
      (1)   Name and physical description of the applicant;
      (2)   Complete home and business address of the applicant;
      (3)   A brief description of the proposed sale and the merchandise to be peddled;
      (4)   The dates and hours of the day during which the peddling will be conducted;
      (5)   Name and permanent address of the firm or business on whose behalf the merchandise is peddled, together with credentials establishing the applicant’s relationship to the firm or business;
      (6)   Whether or not the applicant has been convicted of any crime other than petty traffic violations; the nature, time and location of each such offense and the punishment or penalty imposed;
      (7)   The last cities or other localities, not exceeding five, where the applicant conducted peddling immediately preceding the date of the application and where within those areas the activity took place;
      (8)   Make, model, year, color and state license number of each motor vehicle to be used in connection with the proposed peddling;
      (9)   Date of birth, and, if the applicant is of sufficient age, a state driver’s license or identification card number of the applicant;
      (10)   Whether the person is a United States citizen, a resident alien or has the legal authority to work in the United States;
      (11)   The name and location of the nearest supervisor or manager overseeing the hawking or peddling in the city;
      (12)   Whether the applicant or the firm employing the applicant has been the subject of an investigation by a consumer protection agency or State Attorney General’s office, and the dates and outcome of such an investigation;
      (13)   Whether the applicant has applied for and received a license pursuant to M.S. § 329.11, as it may be amended from time to time;
      (14)   A recent photograph of the applicant taken by the at the time the license is being processed depicting the head and shoulders of the person in a clear and distinguishable manner;
      (15)   An executed data privacy advisory and consent form authorizing the release of criminal history information from each of the applicant’s officers, partners, employees, agents and subcontractors;
      (16)   Whether the applicant or any officer, partner or subcontractor of the applicant has previously had a business license or registration denied, revoked or suspended by any governmental unit, identifying that governmental unit;
      (17)   Whether the applicant or any of its agents, employees, or sub-contractors has applied for a license pursuant to M.S. Chapter 326, as it may be amended from time to time;
      (18)   The names, addresses and telephone numbers of any installer or sub-contractor involved in the installation, monitoring or operation of the merchandise to be sold, leased or installed by the applicant; and
      (19)   Such other information as the City Council or shall require.
(1958 Code, § 138.01)  (Ord. 70, passed 1-1-1956; Ord. 203, passed 9-21-1959; Ord. 74-106, passed 11-18-1974; recodified by Ord. 95-13, passed 8-7-1995; Ord. 2003-61, passed 12-15-2003; Ord. 2007-17, passed 4-9-2007; Ord. 2007-25, passed 8-6-2007)