Hawkers, peddlers and solicitors — See Ch. 280.
Licenses and business regulations — See Ch. 332.
Mercantile businesses — See Ch. 343.
Special sales — See Ch. 455.
Secondhand dealers — See Ch. 460.
Transient merchants — See Ch. 537.
Sale of motor vehicles — See Ch. 558.
§ 141-1License required.
§ 141-3Failure to comply.
§ 141-4Violations and penalties.
No person shall carry on the occupation or business of auctioneer or conduct a public auction as auctioneer without first obtaining a license therefor as provided by this chapter.
The provisions of this chapter shall not apply to any of the following: Sheriff, constable, Sergeant at Arms, executor, administrator, guardian, assignee of an insolvent debtor, trustee in bankruptcy, receiver or other person required or authorized by law or court order to sell real or personal property; religious, charitable, civic or other organization which is not organized for pecuniary profit and which does not regularly engage in the business of auctions and auctioneers.
It shall be unlawful for any person, as defined in § 332-1, to engage in the activity identified and regulated by this chapter, without first having obtained a license therefor and paid the fee required for such license, both as provided in Chapter 332, Licenses and Business Regulations. Any person engaging in such activity who shall fail to comply with any provision of this chapter or of Chapter 332 shall be in violation of the provisions of this chapter.
Unless otherwise provided in the chapter, penalties against persons violating the provisions of this chapter shall be imposed in accordance with the provisions of § 1-16A.
A separate offense shall be deemed committed on each and every day for each and every violation of this chapter.
A separate offense shall be deemed committed on each day during or on which a violation or violations occur or continue.