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(A) Except as provided in § 113.16, no person may act as a transient vendor or transient solicitor within the town without first obtaining a license from the town. That license shall be in addition to any county license which the person may have obtained under the provisions of IC 25-37-1. To obtain a license, written application must be made to the Clerk-Treasurer, providing the following information:
(1) The name and permanent address of the applicant;
(2) The name and business address of any person, company or corporation whom the applicant represents or serves as agent;
(3) The kind of commodities to be sold, promoted or advertised by the applicant.
(4) The date or dates when the licensed activity will be conducted; and,
(5) The manner of conducting the activity (e.g., door-to-door, temporary sales room or lot, telephone solicitation and so on.)
(B) The Clerk-Treasurer may demand reasonable identification or information on the application. If in doubt about any identification or information on the application, the Clerk-Treasurer may ask the Town Marshal to investigate and verify that identification or information before the license is granted. It shall be a penal violation for an applicant to knowingly provide false or incomplete information or identification.
('85 Code, § 3-2-3) (Ord. 1985-C14, passed 9-16-85) Penalty, see § 113.99