§ 110.05  GARAGE, RUMMAGE AND MOVING SALES.
   (A)   Definitions. For the purpose of this section, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
      GARAGE RUMMAGE SALE. The sale or offering for sale of used items of household furniture, furnishings, books, pictures, knick-knacks, clothing, tools, machinery and the like, from the garage, driveway, basement, back yard, side yard or other areas of a residential dwelling by the owner or tenant thereof in a residential zone.
      MOVING RUMMAGE SALE. The sale or offerings for sale of used items of household furniture, furnishings, books, pictures, knick-knacks, clothing, tools, machinery and the like, from the garage, driveway, basement, back yard, side yard or other areas of a residential dwelling by the owner or tenant thereof held or conducted in conjunction with the sale of, and/or move by the owner or occupant from said residential dwelling. A sale shall be deemed a MOVING RUMMAGE SALE as distinguished from a “garage rummage sale” if held or conducted within 60 days prior to the vacation of the residential dwelling where the sale is held by the person, persons or family conducting the sale in a residential zone.
   (B)   Regulations.
      (1)   Limitation of sale. It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to hold or conduct more than two garage rummage sales of no more than four continuous days duration each, from a given location or address, within any 12-month consecutive period; provided, however, that, this limitation shall not apply to moving rummage sales, held or conducted within one year of the holding or conducting of a garage rummage sale.
      (2)   Permit required. It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to hold or conduct a garage rummage sale or moving rummage sale without having acquired the necessary permit thereof.
      (3)   Permit application. Applications for said permit shall be made at the office of the Village Clerk by the person desiring to hold or conduct a garage rummage or moving rummage sale and shall be made upon forms provided by said office.
         (a)   The Clerk shall issue a blue copy to the applicant, a yellow copy to the Department of Police and a white copy shall be placed in the permanent file of the Village Clerk.
         (b)   In addition, the Village Clerk shall keep an up to date register of said permits.
      (4)   Permit, display. The said permit issued shall be displayed in such a manner and place so that the public and/or police patrol may readily see and read said permit. Also, said permit must be placed on the premises as so directed by the location address as listed on said permit.
      (5)   Permit fee. The fee for the issuance of said permits shall be determined by the Board of Trustees from time to time and so stated and listed in the “Resolution For Various Permit and Registration Fees” therein.
   (C)   Permit form. A multi-purpose permit form shall be designated as the official form used in the issuance of either the garage rummage sale or moving rummage sale permit.
(Ord. 050, passed 4-5-1980)  Penalty, see § 110.99