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Any person merchandising by public outcry any of the articles mentioned in Section 1200 as agent, servant or employee of some other person, firm, corporation or other association, shall comply with the provisions of Sections 1200, 1201, 1202, 1203, 1204, 1206, 1207 and 1208 of this Article. A permit shall be required of any such person in addition to the permit required of such person's principal, master or employer as the case may be. In the event that the principal, master or employer of the person seeking a permit hereunder does not possess a permit in full force and effect, duly valid and subsisting, then, in such event, no permit may be granted to any agent, servant or employee thereof.
Whenever the permit of a person, firm or corporation to merchandise by public outcry has been terminated or suspended for any reason, then, the permit of any agent, servant or employee thereof theretofore issued shall likewise terminate or suspend as the case may be without further action by the Chief of Police or otherwise.
Every person seeking a permit to merchandise by public outcry as the agent, servant or employee or another shall make written application to the Chief of Police for said permit and pay to the Chief of Police an application fee at the time of filing such application. Said application shall contain all information deemed relevant by the Chief of Police. If the Chief of Police approves the granting of said permit, he may issue a permit to said applicant hereunder which permit shall expire one year from date of issuance.
(Amended by Ord. 555-81, App. 11/12/81)