City of Pawtucket, RI
Providence County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Council of the City of Pawtucket, approved 10-8-1992 as Ch. No. 2280. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Business registration — See Ch. 158.

§ 396-1 Registration required.

Each person or persons, corporation, partnership or other business organization operating a vending machine service for profit, prior to transacting or conducting business from any situs within the City of Pawtucket, shall obtain a registration certificate setting forth the name under which said person or persons, corporation, partnership or other business organization is conducting or transacting business and its business address. The registration certificate shall be obtained, without charge, from the office of the City Clerk.

§ 396-2 Quarterly lists.

The City of Pawtucket, at its discretion, may require on a quarterly basis that each person or persons, corporation, partnership or other business organization operating a vending machine service for profit provide the city with a list of each situs within the municipality where a vending machine shall operate, and the number of machines which are or will be operating on each situs.

§ 396-3 Confidentiality requirement; violations and penalties.

Any list which is requested by the city pursuant to § 396-2 shall be confidential and, therefore, not subject to public disclosure. Any person who discloses the information contained in such a list shall be fined no less than the sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000.) for said violation.

§ 396-4 Retroactivity.

This chapter shall be deemed as retroactive in its application such that it will apply to each person or persons, corporation, partnership or other business organization already operating a vending machine service for profit from any situs in the city.

§ 396-5 Violations and penalties.

Any person or persons, corporation, partnership or other business organization carrying on, conducting or transacting business as aforesaid and who shall willfully and knowingly fail to comply with the provisions of this chapter shall be fined no less than seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.) per machine in violation of § 396-2, or shall be fined no less than one thousand dollars ($1,000.) in violation of § 396-1.