(a) A person, firm, company, partnership or corporation shall not engage in the business of alarm system contraction, or alarm system agent, notwithstanding the name or title used in describing the agency and notwithstanding that other functions and services may be performed for fee, hire or reward, nor shall a person, firm, company, partnership or corporation advertise the business to be that of alarm system contractor or alarm system agent, without having obtained from the Department of State Police, a license to do so provided for in Public Act 330 of 1968, as amended, for each bureau, agency, subagency, office and branch office to be owned, conducted, managed or maintained for the conduct of that business.
(b) A person shall not sell, install, operate, adjust, arrange for or contract to provide a device which upon activation either mechanically, electronically or by any other means initiates the automatic calling or dialing of or makes a connection directly to a telephone assigned to the Police Department for the purpose of delivering a recorded message without first receiving written permission from the Chief of Police Department.
(Ord. 2667, passed 10-9-1978)
Private Security Business and Security Alarm Act, see MCLA 338.1051 et seq.