Township of Lower Merion, PA
Montgomery County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Commissioners of the Township of Lower Merion 7-26-1921 by Ord. No. 41. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Fees — See Ch. A167.
Hereafter no person, firm, association or corporation shall engage in the business of buying or selling junk, rubber, rags, rope, scrap iron, brass, lead, copper or other materials, commonly known as the "business of a junk dealer," within the Township of Lower Merion without having first obtained a license from the Township Secretary as hereinafter provided.
Upon application made in a form prescribed by the Police Committee of the Board of Commissioners of the township and upon payment of the license fee hereinafter prescribed, the Township Secretary shall issue a license, for the calendar year in which it shall be issued, to any person, firm, association or corporation to engage in the business of buying or selling junk, rubber, rags, rope, scrap iron, brass, lead, copper or other materials, commonly known as the "business of a junk dealer." Each such license shall set forth such conditions as shall be prescribed by the Police Committee for the conduct of such business and may be revoked by order of said Police Committee at any time if there shall have been committed any breach of such conditions or any of them; and in the event of such revocation of any such license, no portion of the license fee paid therefor shall be refunded.
[Amended 9-21-1977 by Ord. No. 1802]
The license fee to be paid under this chapter shall be as set forth in the Township Schedule of Fees, as adopted and amended from time to time by the Board of Commissioners.[1]
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Editor's Note: For the current schedule of fees, see Ch. A167, Fees.
[Amended 9-21-1977 by Ord. No. 1802; 8-3-1988 by Ord. No. 3104]
Any person, firm, association or corporation engaged in the business of buying and selling junk, rubber, rags, rope, scrap iron, brass, lead, copper or other materials, commonly known as the "business of a junk dealer," within the Township of Lower Merion without having first obtained a license therefor issued in accordance with the provisions of this chapter shall forfeit and pay a fine or penalty not exceeding $600 for each and every offense, to be collected before any District Justice as like fines or penalties are now collectible by law.