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BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 8.108A VENDORS Part I

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Chapter 8.108A 
VENDORS
PART I VENDORS LICENSE

Sections:

8.108A.050 Vending business--Permitted--License required.
8.108A.060 Vendor's license--Application--Contents.
8.108A.070 Issuance of license--Contents--Exhibition.
8.108A.080 Identification certificate--Application--Contents.
8.108A.090 Corporate applicant qualifications.
8.108A.100 Applicability of Health Code--Inspection.
8.108A.110 Health inspections and analysis.

8.108A.050 Vending business--Permitted--License required.

No person shall operate a business as a sidewalk vendor, vehicle vendor, itinerant vendor, or festival vendor within Vending District without first having obtained a license according to the provisions of this chapter. No person shall act as an agent or an employee for any person licensed under the provisions of this chapter unless such person has first obtained an identification certificate from the License Collector. No licensee shall permit any other person to act as agent or employee for such licensee unless such person has first obtained an identification certificate from the License Collector.
(Ord. 65061 6, 2000.)

8.108A.060 Vendor's license--Application--Contents.

Application for a license shall be made in writing on a form provided by the License Collector, and signed by the applicant. If the applicant is a corporation, a duly authorized agent shall sign the application. The application shall contain the following information:

A. The full name, residence address and business address of the applicant and any employee of the applicant;

B. The business telephone number of the applicant;

C. The type of license sought by the applicant;

D. A general description of the item or items to be sold;

E. A full face photograph of the applicant and a full face photograph of the applicant's employees, if applicable;

F. A written statement of clearance certifying that no current or past earnings and/or property taxes are due and payable to the City;

G. A statement from the Director of Revenue of the State of Missouri certifying that the applicant is not delinquent in the payment of any sales tax if the list of delinquent taxpayers provided to the City by the Director of Revenue indicates a delinquency on the part of such person;

H. Any such other information as may be required by the License Collector.

Subsequent to the issuance of a license, the licensee shall be required to notify the License Collector within 10 days of any changes in the information made part of the application.
(Ord. 65061 7, 2000.)

8.108A.070 Issuance of license--Contents--Exhibition.

Upon the filing of the completed application, the payment of the proper license fee as prescribed in this chapter, the License Collector shall deliver to the licensee a license.

Every license shall be numbered consecutively, and shall show the name, occupation and place of residence of the licensee and the period for which the license is issued.

Every license shall be color-coded in a manner to be determined by the License Collector.

Each licensee shall carry the license with him and shall exhibit it whenever required by any police officer or other officer authorized under the laws or ordinances to make arrests.
(Ord. 65061 (part), 2000.)

8.108A.080 Identification certificate--Application--Contents.

Application for an employee identification Certificate shall be made in writing on a form provided by the License Collector, and signed by the applicant. The application shall contain the following information:

A. The full name, residence address and business address of the applicant;

B. The name of the applicant's employer;

C. A full face photograph of the applicant;

D. Any such other information as may be required by the License Collector.

The License Collector is authorized to charge a non-refundable application processing fee of $20.00 to be collected at the time of application. Subsequent to the issuance of an identification certificate, the certificate holder shall be required to notify the License Collector within 10 days of any changes in the information made part of the application. Each certificate holder shall carry the certificate with him and shall exhibit it whenever required by any police officer or other officer authorized under the laws or ordinances to make arrests.
(Ord. 65061 8, 2000.)

8.108A.090 Corporate applicant qualifications.

Each corporate applicant for a vending license shall be qualified to do business under the laws of the state of Missouri.
(Ord. 65061 9, 2000.)

8.108A.100 Applicability of Health Code--Inspection.

All licensees and their employees shall be subject to and comply with all applicable requirements and standards for dispensing and purveying food contained in Title 11 of the Revised Code, as amended, and rules and regulations promulgated thereunder by the Health Commissioner. All food held, offered for sale, sold or given away by licensees shall be subject to and comply with all applicable requirements for such food of the Revised Code and the rules and regulations promulgated thereunder by the Health Commissioner. Proof that a person has filed an application for a street vending license from the License Collector shall be required prior to the issuance of any permits from the Health Department for the operation of a street vending business.
(Ord. 66136 1, 2004: prior: Ord. 65061 10, 2000.)

8.108A.110 Health inspections and analysis.

It shall be the duty of every licensee to permit inspections to be made and, when required, to furnish samples of any foods kept, offered for sale or given away by the licensee as often as may be deemed necessary to determine that the foods are free from adulteration, are not misbranded, and do not contain an excessive number of microorganisms or their toxins. The licensee shall answer all reasonable and proper questions and furnish records of the sampled product. Samples shall be examined or analyzed by or under the direction of the City's Department of Health, and a record of each such examination or analysis shall be made and kept in its office.
(Ord. 65061 11, 2000.)

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