§ 150.055  ELECTRICIANS; REGISTRATION FEES.
   (A)   (1)   No person shall practice or engage in the business, trade or occupation of an electrical contractor, journeyman electrician or electrician’s apprentice unless he or she holds a current license obtained from the state and is registered as such with the Electrical Inspector of the city as required in the State Electrical License Act. The registration fees to be paid to the city shall be as set by the Council by motion or resolution for electrical contractor.
      (2)   Payment of fee shall accompany the application. All registration certificates shall expire on June 30 of each year. However, all electricians presently holding paid-up registration certificates from the city shall be given credit pro rata for the unexpired portion thereof in the event they do register under the code within 30 days from the effective date thereof. Otherwise, all original applicants for registration shall pay a full year’s fee as herein designated, save and except that those original applicants who are registered after January 1, upon the first renewal of the registration, be entitled to credit for the renewal year in an amount as will give them credit pro rata on the unused portion of their first year’s registration.
   (B)   Bond and insurance requirements of electrical contractors shall meet the requirements established by state law prior to the issuance of a license or registration.
(`93 Code, § 5-312)  (Ord. 1155, passed 12-11-90; Am. Ord. 1779, passed 12-8-15)
Statutory reference:
   State electrical licenses required, see 59 O.S. §§ 1680 to 1696