Upon receipt of such application,, together with the appropriate fee, the City Clerk shall make such investigation as he deems necessary for the protection of the public good. If as a result of the investigation, the applicant’s character and business reputation are found to be unsatisfactory, the application shall be denied. If as a result of the investigation, the character and business reputation appear to be satisfactory, the City Clerk shall issue a license.
No license shall be issued to a person under eighteen (18) years of age except that this limitation shall not apply to “street trades” as the term is defined in Act 90 of 1978 of the Statutes of the State of Michigan, as amended.
No applicant to whom a license has been refused or who has had a license revoked shall make further application until a period of at least six months shall have elapsed since the last previous rejection or revocation, unless he can show, to the satisfaction of the City Clerk, that the reason for such rejection or revocation no longer exists.
(Ord. 1428, passed 3-17-1958; Ord. 1499, passed 7-29-1959)
Youth Employment Standards Act, see MCLA 409.101 et seq.