§ 114.04  LICENSE RESTRICTIONS.
   (A)   The Clerk, upon receipt of an application giving fully and completely the information under oath as required by § 114.02 above and upon receipt of the fee hereinafter provided for, shall issue a license to the applicant therefor, authorizing the applicant to advertise, represent, and to sell in the village the particular goods so inventoried at the time and place stated in the application and in accordance with the provisions of this chapter.  The license shall be issued in duplicate and shall bear a number and date of its expiration.  A license issued under this chapter shall be granted and valid only for the sale of the inventoried goods which are the property of the licensee.  The license shall apply only to the premises specified in the application, and it may not be transferred or assigned.  If a licensee under this chapter is engaged in business in other locations, the advertising or offering of goods on behalf of such locations shall not represent or imply any participation in or cooperation with the sale on the premises specified in the license, not shall any advertising or any other offering of goods on behalf of the premises where the licensed sale is being conducted represent or imply any participation in or cooperation with the sale at other locations.
   (B)   No license under this chapter shall be issued to any person:
      (1)   To conduct a sale in the trade name or style of a person in whose goods the applicant for the license has acquired a right or title thereto within six months prior to the time of making application for the license;
      (2)   To continue a sale in the name of a licensee under this chapter in whose goods the person acquired a right or title while the sale is in progress; or
      (3)   To conduct a sale, other than an insurance sale, a salvage sale, or a sale of damaged goods, on the same premises within one year from the conclusion of a prior sale of the nature covered by this chapter.  This division (B) shall not apply to any person who acquired a right, title, or interest in goods as an heir, devisee, or legatee or pursuant to an order or process of a court of competent jurisdiction.
(Ord. 80-2, passed 2-12-80)