Sec. 13-112. Licenses and permits.
(a) No itinerant merchant shall engage in business as such without:
(1) Obtaining a sales tax permit as required by Section 77-2705, R.R.S. 1943, as amended; and
(2) Paying any occupation tax or permit fee as set forth in Section 2-5 of this Code. In addition, every person, partnership, firm or corporation desiring to engage in business as an itinerant merchant shall, before engaging in such business, make an application to the city clerk for an itinerant merchant's permit. Such application shall be in the form prescribed by the city. All applications shall set forth the name and address of the applicant, his or her post office or residence address, an exact description of the vehicle or vehicles to be used in the conduct of his or her business, and such other information as may be prescribed by the city.
(b) All peddlers, solicitors, temporary merchants, and street vendors shall obtain a permit from the city clerk prior to engaging in any activities defined in section 13-111 of this article.
(c) Each permit issued to a temporary merchant or street vendor shall be valid for no more than two (2) locations.
(d) The permit and fees provided for under section 13-113 of this article shall not pertain to those persons whose entire profits from such activity are contributed to a charitable, religious or education organization, association or institution and/or those persons who conduct business in conjunction with a community festival or event.
Source: Ord. No. 3331, § 2, 7-16-85; Ord. No. 5189, § 1, 11-21-11; Ord. No. 5455, § 1, 2-21-17