5.12.050 Application requirements—Individual.
   Individual applicants for the permit and license under this chapter must comply with the licensing requirements of Chapters 5.04 and 3.08 of this code, as well as this chapter. An applicant shall supply the following information required by Chapter 5.04:
   A.   Name and description of the applicant; date of birth; social security number;
   B.   Address (legal and local); state sales tax number;
   C.   A brief description of the nature of the business and the goods to be sold;
   D.   If employed, the name and address of the employer, together with evidence establishing the exact relationship;
   E.   The length of time for which the right to do business is desired;
   F.   If a vehicle is to be used, a description of the same, together with license number or other means of identification;
   G.   A photograph of the applicant taken within sixty days immediately prior to the date of filing of the application, which picture shall be approximately two inches by two inches, showing the head and shoulders of the applicant in a clear distinguishing manner;
   H.   The fingerprints of the applicant and the names of at least two reliable citizens of the city who will certify as to the applicant's good character and business responsibility, or, in lieu of the names of references, any other available evidence as to the good character and business responsibility of the applicant as will enable an investigator to properly evaluate such character and business responsibility;
   I.   A statement as to whether or not the applicant has been convicted of any crime, misdemeanor (except minor traffic violations) or violation of any municipal laws, the nature of the offense and the punishment or penalty assessed therefor;
   J.   Applicants proposing to sell edible foodstuffs shall file with the application a statement by a reputable physician of the city, dated not more ten days prior to the submission of the application, certifying the applicant to be free of infectious, contagious or communicable disease, or, in lieu thereof, a Pinal County health card;
   K.   Applicant must provide an estimate of the gross sales value, in dollars, of the applicant's goods and services offered or made available for sale within this city. Gross sales value may be defined as the total sales value of all of the inventory offered for sale within this city.
(Ord. 1309 §§ 1 (part), 2 (part), 1990)