Chapter 5
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5-5-1: GENERAL:
5-5-2: LICENSE REQUIRED:
5-5-3: LICENSE PROCEDURE:
5-5-4: PERFORMANCE OF LICENSING FUNCTIONS BY AUTHORIZED BICYCLE DEALERS:
5-5-5: TERM OF LICENSE AND FEES AND USE OF FUNDS:
5-5-6: BICYCLE DEALERS:
5-5-7: CHANGE OF ADDRESS OR TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP:
5-5-8: RESTRICTIONS AND PROHIBITIONS:

5-5-1: GENERAL: linklink


Provisions of this chapter govern the use and operation of bicycles within the city and implements the licensing provisions of division 16.7 of the state Vehicle Code. (1962 Code § 3-1.01 et seq.)
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5-5-2: LICENSE REQUIRED: linklink

It shall be unlawful for any person to operate or use a bicycle, as defined in section 39000 of the Vehicle Code of the state, upon any street, public path or way, or other public property in the city unless such bicycle is licensed in accordance with the provisions of this chapter. (1962 Code § 3-1.01 et seq.)
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5-5-3: LICENSE PROCEDURE: linklink

Issuance of bicycle licenses shall be governed by the following procedure:


A. Submission of a completed application for a bicycle license on the form designated by the director of finance administration.


B. A complete description of the bicycle, including frame or serial number and proof of ownership shall be submitted with the application.


C. Payment of the fee prescribed in section 5-5-5 of this chapter shall accompany the application.


D. Upon compliance with subsections A, B and C of this section, the director of finance administration, or designee shall issue a license in compliance with division 16.7 of the state Vehicle Code, and shall cause the license to be affixed to the frame of the bicycle in such a manner that it cannot be removed without breaking the seal or affixing device. (1962 Code § 3-1.01 et seq.)

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5-5-4: PERFORMANCE OF LICENSING FUNCTIONS BY AUTHORIZED BICYCLE DEALERS: linklink

The director of finance administration may designate as his duly authorized agent any bicycle dealer as defined in 39006 of the Vehicle Code for the purpose of issuing bicycle licenses pursuant to this chapter. The director of finance administration is authorized to issue rules and regulations to implement the provisions of this section and may authorize such agents to retain one dollar ($1.00) of each license or transfer issued under the provisions of this chapter for performing such licensing function. (1962 Code § 3-1.01 et seq.)
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5-5-5: TERM OF LICENSE AND FEES AND USE OF FUNDS: linklink


A. Licenses issued under the provisions of this chapter shall expire on January 1 of the third year of issuance.


B. The license fee shall be in the amount established by council resolution.


C. The transfer fee for transferring a current valid license to a new owner shall be in the amount established by council resolution.


D. Bicycle dealers who hold valid business licenses issued pursuant to the provisions of title 3, chapter 1, article 2 of this code shall be exempt from the payment of such fees when acquiring bicycles for sale, resale, or trade.


E. All revenues collected from licensing under the provisions of this chapter shall be used in manner as designated in section 39004 of the state Vehicle Code. (1962 Code § 3-1.01 et seq.)

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5-5-6: BICYCLE DEALERS: linklink

Every bicycle dealer shall comply with the following requirements:


A. File a report with the director of finance administration of all new or used bicycles purchased or sold with the identification of the purchaser or seller within ten (10) days of such transaction.


B. Furnish each purchaser a record of the following information: the name of the retailer, the address of the retailer, the year and make of the bicycle, and the serial number of the bicycle.


C. Shall not purchase a secondhand bicycle or any bicycle part from a minor under eighteen (18) years of age. (1962 Code § 3-1.01 et seq.)

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5-5-7: CHANGE OF ADDRESS OR TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP: linklink


A. Any person selling or transferring a bicycle shall file notice thereof with the city on the form designated by the director of finance administration within ten (10) days of the transaction.


B. Any purchaser or transferee of a bicycle shall file notice thereof with the city on the form designated by the director of administration and transfer license registration within ten (10) days of the transaction.


C. Any licensee under the provisions of this chapter who changes addresses, shall file notice thereof with the city on the form designated by the director of finance administration within ten (10) days of such change of address. (1962 Code § 3-1.01 et seq.)

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5-5-8: RESTRICTIONS AND PROHIBITIONS: linklink


A. The operator of a bicycle shall operate such bicycle as near the curb as possible on any public street or highway;


B. The operator of a bicycle shall not cling to or attach such bicycle to any other moving vehicle upon a public street or highway;


C. The operator of a bicycle shall not carry another person on the bicycle upon any public street or highway;


D. The operator of a bicycle shall not tow or draw any coaster or other vehicle or person on roller skates on a public street or highway;


E. The operator of a bicycle shall not ride on the public sidewalk in any business district as prohibited by section 5-6-801 of this title;


F. The operator of a bicycle shall operate such bicycle with due regard to the surface, width, and type of public street, highway, or public path upon which the bicycle is being operated, the pedestrians and other vehicles thereon, and the traffic regulations applicable thereto;


G. Any bicycle operated on a public street or highway between one-half (1/2) hour before sunset and until one-half (1/2) hour after sunrise shall be equipped with appropriate lamps or reflectors as provided by sections 21201 and 21201(a) of the state Vehicle Code. (1962 Code § 3-1.01 et seq.)

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