Section 41 Licenses, how obtained; penalty for carrying on business without license
General Business (GBS)
Licenses, how obtained; penalty for carrying on business without license. The mayor or such local licensing authority may from time to time grant, under his hand and the official seal of his office, to such citizens, or aliens lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the United States, as he shall deem proper and who shall produce to him satisfactory evidence of their good character, a license authorizing such person to carry on the business of a collateral loan broker, which license shall designate the house in which such person shall carry on said business, and no person, corporation, partnership or firm shall carry on the business of a collateral loan broker without being duly licensed, nor in any other house than the one designated in said license, under a penalty of one hundred dollars for each day he or they shall exercise or carry on said business without such license or at any other house than the one so designated. Any person receiving such license shall pay therefor the sum of five hundred dollars for the use of the city yearly where such business is to be conducted in a city with a population of more than one million persons, and where the business is to be conducted elsewhere the fee for such license shall not exceed two hundred fifty dollars yearly, and every such license shall expire one year from the date thereof, and may be renewed on application to the mayor or local licensing authority each and every year on payment of the same sum and upon performance of the other conditions herein contained. Every person so licensed shall, at the time of receiving such license, file with the mayor or such local licensing authority granting the same a bond to the local authorities, to be executed by the person so licensed and by two responsible sureties, in the penal sum of ten thousand dollars, to be approved by such mayor or local licensing authority, which bond shall be conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties and obligations pertaining to the business so licensed, and the mayor or such local licensing authority shall have full power and authority to revoke such license for cause.