§ 113.03  LICENSING PROVISIONS.
   (A)   License required.  It shall be unlawful for any temporary or transient merchant or peddler to engage in, do or transact any business as such within the corporate limits, without first having obtained a license as hereinafter provided. 
('84 Code, § 20-8)
   (B)   Application; fee.
      (1)   Any temporary or transient merchant or peddler desiring to engage in or transact business in the city shall file with the Tax Collector an application for such license for such purpose. Such application shall state his name, his proposed place of business, the kind of business proposed to be conducted and the length of time he desires to conduct such business.
      (2)   Such temporary or transient merchant or peddler shall pay to the Tax Collector a fee as set out in the schedule of privilege license fees on file in the office of the Tax Collector.
('84 Code, § 20-9)
   (C)   Restrictions.  No license issued under the provisions of this subchapter shall be good for more than one person, unless such person shall be a member of a copartnership, or for more than one place of business and shall not be good for approved functions in a Special Events District as defined in § 113.01 unless the licensee has complied with the provisions of § 113.04 of this subchapter and been issued a permit thereunder.
('84 Code, § 20-10)  (Ord. O-1996-09, passed 4-2-96)  Penalty, see § 10.99