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For the purposes of this article, the following terms, phrases, and words shall have the meaning given herein:
Sec. 7-80(1). Fire and other altered goods sale is a sale held out in such a manner as to reasonably cause the public to believe that the sale will offer goods damaged or altered while within the city or in transit thereto, by fire, smoke, water or other means. (Ord. No. 3120, § 1, 4-22-68)
Sec. 7-80(2). Going-out-of business sale is any sale held out in such a manner as to reasonably cause the public to believe that upon disposal of the stock of goods on hand, the business will cease and be discontinued, including, but not limited to, the following sales: adjusters; adjustment; alteration; assignees'; bankrupt; benefit-of-creditors; benefit-of- administrator; benefit-of-trustees; building-coming-down; closing; creditors' committee; creditors'; executors'; final days; forced out; forced-out-of-business; insolvents'; last days; lease expires; liquidation; loss of lease; mortgage sale; receiver's trustees'; quitting business; or other terminology of similar import.
Sec. 7-80(3). Goods includes any goods, wares, merchandise or other property capable of being the object of a sale regulated hereunder.
(1953 Code, ch. 6, § 1; Ord. No. 8011, § 2, 3-22-93)