(A)   The permit shall authorize the sale described in the application for a period of not more than 30 consecutive days following the issuance thereof. The City Clerk may renew a permit for one period of time only, the period to be in addition to the initial 30 days permitted in the original permit. The renewal shall not exceed 30 consecutive days, when he or she finds that the facts justify the renewal; the permittee has filed an application for renewal wherein a revised inventory showing the items listed on the original inventory remaining unsold, and not listing any goods not included in the original application and inventory is submitted. The period to be consecutive to the original 30 days.
   (B)   Nature of sale. The permit shall authorize only the one type of sale described in the application and only at the location requested.
   (C)   Saleable goods. The permit shall authorize only the sale of goods described in the inventory attached to the application.
   (D)   Nontransferability. Any permit provided in this chapter shall not be assignable or transferable.
   (E)   Prior violations. No person who has been convicted of violating any of the provisions of this chapter, or who has had an issued permit revoked within a period of three years prior to making application for a permit hereunder shall be granted a new permit.
('76 Code, § 8-1A-5) (Ord. 792, passed 11-12-87)