§ 91.12  PERMITS.
   (A)   After an operator has secured a certificate hereunder, no vehicle shall be operated under authority of such certificate until that operator has made application to the Clerk on forms provided by that officer, for a permit for each motor vehicle desired to be operated under the certificate.  Every application for a permit shall be in writing, verified by the operator holding the certificate, and shall contain the name and address of the manufacturer, motor number, serial number and state license number of each vehicle.  The application shall be accompanied by a fee of $10 for each permit.  After filing of the application, the Clerk shall forward a copy of the application to the Chief of Police who shall cause an inspection of each vehicle to be made to determine if it has been properly permitted pursuant to Rule 310:641-3-22 of the rules of the Oklahoma Department of Public Health, and is road worthy.  If the vehicle displays a current class “A,” “B,” or “C” State Health Department permit it will be presumed to comply with Oklahoma State Health Department Rule 310:641-3-22.  The Clerk shall issue permits to those ambulances found to be in compliance provided that the number of permits issued to any operator shall not exceed the number designated in his certificate or amended certificate.
   (B)   On or before July 1 of each year all operators shall file a schedule containing a description of each vehicle in service, the vehicle identification number and a listing of the type of State Health Department permit which the vehicle bears.
(`83 Code, § 9-513)  (Ord. 817, passed 11-3-80; Am. Ord. 97-29, passed 10-6-97)  Penalty, see § 10.99