[1942 Code C.11 § 17]
No person shall run or operate any motor vehicle of any kind or description, for the purpose of carrying passengers for pay or hire within the limits of the City, or from points within the City to points outside of the City limits, without first obtaining a license for such vehicle from the City Clerk.
[Ord. 42-1988, 89 § 1, passed, 1-9-1989]
Every person operating motor vehicles of any kind or description for the purposes of carrying passengers for pay or hire within the limits of the City, for the use of the City shall pay an annual license fee for each such motor vehicles as follows:
[1942 Code C.11 § 18]
Such licenses shall be issued by the City Clerk, upon application and upon payment of the license fee hereinbefore fixed, and all licenses issued hereunder shall be in force for one year from January 1 in each year, subject to the right of revocation as hereinafter provided. No license shall issue except that it expire on January 1 next ensuing.
[1942 Code C. 11 § 19]
All such licenses so issued shall state the name, age and residence of the person to whom they are issued; if issued to a partnership or association, then the names, ages and residences of the persons composing such partnership or association shall be stated; if issued to a corporation, the corporate name and place of incorporation, with the names and residences of the corporate officers, shall be stated. Such licenses shall also state the name of the vehicle licensed, the factory number and the State license number. All such licenses shall be numbered, and a registry thereof shall be kept by the City Clerk.
The owner or licensee of any vehicle, licensed under the provisions of this article, shall be furnished by the City Clerk with a tag bearing the license number of the vehicle and the year for which the license is paid, and shall attach such tag to such vehicle in a conspicuous place.
[1942 Code C. 11 § 20]
The City Clerk is hereby authorized to suspend or revoke any license granted hereunder in the event that the person holding such license, or his agent or employee, fails, refuses or neglects to obey any of the provisions of this article, or whenever the City Clerk believes that the safety of the traveling public demands such suspension or revocation.
[Ord. 40-1970, 71 § 3, passed 5-24-1971]
Any person violating any of the provisions of this article shall be fined not more than $300 and/or be imprisoned for not more than 90 days.