§ 801-17. Evidence of Liability  

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  • In the trial of any action for operating without a license or for failure to pay license fees, the fact that a party to such action represented such party as engaged in a trade, business or occupation requiring a license, or as the owner, keeper or manager of a place of business, or of a vehicle, machine or device for which a license is required, or the fact that such party exhibited a sign indicating that such party was engaged in such trade, business or occupation, or such ownership or management, shall be evidence of such party's liability to pay the regular license fees therefor.

(C.O. 801-14; renumbered to C.M.C. 801-17, eff. Jan. 1, 1972)