The Annotated General Code of the State of Ohio of 1910; And All Laws of a General Nature Passed Since Its Adoption and in Force January 1, 1912 Volum

The Annotated General Code of the State of Ohio of 1910; And All Laws of a General Nature Passed Since Its Adoption and in Force January 1, 1912 Volum

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 edition. Excerpt: ... upon payment of such annual fee, unless revoked as herein provided. The expense of all publications provided for in this act shall be paid by the applicant for license. Pending a final disposition of such application the "commissioner" may grant temporary permission to such applicant to transact business as a dealer under this act. All such renewals shall be made as of the first day of January in each calendar year upon proper application therefor, filed not less than twenty nor more than sixty days next preceding such date. nrsronv.-104 v. no (112); 10s v. 14: (140), Q4. See G. C. Q6373-1 and note. See oplnlons of attorney general. (1914), Vol. II. p. 1151. Cited: Geiger-Jones C0. v. Turner, 14 0. L. R. 135. SEQ 6373-5. Such license shall be taken out at the beginning of each calendar year, but it may be issued at any time for the remainder of such year, and in such case the annual fee shall be reduced four dollars for each expired month but in no case shall it be less than ten dollars. Upon the payment of a fee of five dollars for each specified agent not named in such license the same may at any time be amended or supplemented to include such agent. Upon the written request of such applicant, accompanied by a fee of two dollars, such license shall be revoked as to any agent or agents of such applicant, and an amended license shall thereupon be issued for such applicant and his remaining agents; and thereafter the applicant shall not be bound by the acts of the agent whose license has been re-' voked. Notice of such amendments shall also be published as aforesaid.. SEcents-6373-6. Such "commissioner" may at any time revoke any such license, or refuse to renew the same, upon ascertaining that the licensee: (a) Is oshow more

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  • Paperback | 626 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 32mm | 1,102g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123653199X
  • 9781236531995