Application for a Certificate of Occupancy required by the provisions of this chapter shall be made annually by supplying the information and data to determine compliance with applicable laws, ordinances, rules and regulations for the existing use or occupancy, or the intended use or occupancy, on forms supplied by the Director of Public Service. The application shall include the full name, age and residence of a person who is to be personally responsible for the operation, control and maintenance of the unit to be licensed, together with the signature of the person acknowledging his responsibility.
   The Director of Public Service may require the submission of an affidavit stating such information, and he may cause a general inspection of the structure or premises to be made.
   If it is found that a building or other structure is in compliance with the provisions of this chapter and all other laws, ordinances, rules and regulations applicable thereto, the Director shall issue a Certificate of Occupancy for such building or structure which shall contain the following information:
   (a)   The street address or other identifying characteristics of the building or other structure;
   (b)   The name and address of the owner and, if the owner does not reside on the premises, the name and address of the resident agent in charge of the building or structure, and the name and address of the nonresident agent, if any;
   (c)   The exact nature and extent of the use or occupancy authorized;
   (d)   The period for which such Certificate of Occupancy is issued.
   Such Certificate shall expire on December 31 of the calendar year for which the Certificate is issued.
(Ord. 1961-83. Passed 12-26-61.)