A person desiring to conduct a sale regulated by this chapter shall make a written application to the Public Safety Director setting forth and containing the following information:
(a)    The true name and address of the owner of the goods which are to be the object of the sale;
(b)    The true name and address of the person from whom he purchased the goods to be sold and the price therefor and, if not purchased, the manner of such acquisition;
(c)    A description of the place where the sale is to be held;
(d)    The nature of the occupancy of the premises, whether by lease, sublease or other title, and the effective date of termination, if any;
(e)    The dates of the period of time in which the sale is to be conducted;
(f)    A full and complete statement of the facts regarding the sale, including the reason for the urgent and expeditious disposal of goods thereby and the manner in which the sale will be conducted;
(g)    The means to be employed in advertising the sale, together with the proposed content of any advertisement;
(h)    A complete and detailed inventory of the goods to be sold at the sale as disclosed by the applicant's records. The inventory shall be attached to and become part of the required application.
(1)    All goods included in such inventory shall have been purchased by the applicant for resale on bona fide orders without cancellation privileges and shall not comprise goods purchased on consignment. 
(2)    Such inventory shall not include goods ordered in contemplation of conducting a sale regulated hereunder. Any unusual purchase or additions to the stock of goods of the business hereby affected, within thirty days before the filing of an application hereunder, shall be deemed to be of such character.
(Ord. 1964-12. Passed 3-9-64.)