CHAPTER 4. AUCTION SALES OF JEWELRY.
Sec. 4.6. Failure to comply with chapter; revocation of permit.
Whenever the city clerk finds that the holder of a permit to conduct a
public auction of jewelry has violated any of the conditions or provisions of
this chapter, or any other ordinance or law pertaining to his operations, or
that the permit was obtained by misrepresentations, that he has failed to
maintain the bond required by this chapter, or that the auction is being
conducted in a manner which will be injurious to the peace, health, safety or
welfare of the people of the city, he may revoke the permit upon giving the
holder thereof forty-eight hours previous notice in writing by personal service
upon him or upon the auctioneer conducting the auction, or by mail addressed to
him at his place of business in the city or the place where the auction is being
conducted as shown on his application. It shall be unlawful for any person to
conduct an auction sale as herein defined after his permit to do so shall have
been revoked. (Ord. No. 462, § 5.)