SEC. 11-6.  EVIDENCE OF CONDUCTING BUSINESS.
   When any person shall by use of signs, circulars, cards, telephone book, newspapers, computer network, or other means, advertise, hold out or represent that he/she is conducting business in the city, or when any person submits a bid or proposal to do work or supply goods or materials in the city, or when any person holds an active license or permit or fictitious business name statement or seller's permit issued by a governmental agency indicating that he/she is conducting business in the city, and such person fails to deny by a sworn statement given to the collector that he/she is not conducting a business in the city, after being requested to do so by the collector, then these facts shall be considered prima facie evidence that such person is conducting a business in the city.
(`64 Code, Sec. 16-6)  (Ord. No. 2456, 2838)