§ 5.08.020  EVIDENCE OF DOING BUSINESS.
   When any person, by use of signs, circulators, cards, telephone book or newspapers, advertises, holds out or represents that he or she is in business in the town, or when any person holds an active license or permit issued by a governmental agency indicating that he or she is in business in the town, or when any person makes a sale, takes an order, renders a commercial service or performs any other similar act within the town, and the person fails to deny by a sworn statement given to the Town Clerk that he or she is conducting a business in the town, after being requested to do so by the Town Clerk, then these facts shall be considered prima facie evidence that he or she is conducting a business in the town.
(Prior Code, § 5.08.020)  (Ord. 518, passed - -1983)