A journeyman plumber, master or employing plumber shall be present at all times when work is being performed on any premises within the City of North Tonawanda, involving the original installation, alteration, repair or maintenance of general plumbing.
A journeyman plumber's license shall be issued by the City Clerk to any person upon receipt of a certificate from the Examining Board of Plumbers showing that such person has satisfactorily passed the examination held by said Board and upon receipt of the license fee therefor.
The applicants shall have a minimum of five years of practical experience in the trade or business of plumbing and drainage under the supervision of a master or employing plumber and shall be at least 23 years of age. Proof of practical experience and age shall be submitted to the examiner's before being admitted to the examination.
The fee for the journeyman plumber examination shall be $50.
The fee for a journeyman plumber's license shall be $50 per year, prorated for a part thereof, each license expiring on December 31 next after issuance.
Each person, firm or corporation holding a valid certificate of competence or license as a journeyman plumber shall register with the City Clerk each year prior to January 31 by securing a journeyman plumber's license. All annual license fees payable after January 1, 1974, shall be paid in full before issuance of any subsequent renewal license.