The following persons and activities are exempt from the license requirements imposed by the Business License Law:
A. Persons whom the City is prohibited from licensing or taxing under the constitution or laws of the United States, the constitution or laws of the State of Oregon, or the Charter of the City.
B. Nonprofit or charitable, religious or educational organizations which have received a tax exempt certificate from the Internal Revenue Service, and which devote the net proceeds from the sale of goods or services to the purpose of the organization.
C. The sale of personal property acquired for household or other personal use by the seller; provided, that the total length of sale is fewer than four days in any one calendar year.
D. The operation of a display space, booth or table maintained for displaying or selling merchandise at any trade show, convention, festival, fair, market, or swap meet; provided, that the sponsor of the event is licensed to do business.
E. Any family day care provider who regularly provides day care in the provider’s home in the family living quarters, or any babysitter who goes into a home of a child to give care during the temporary absence of the parent, legal guardian, or custodian.
F. Any unincorporated business activity carried on by individuals under the age of 18.
G. Rental of just one dwelling unit for periods of 30 consecutive days or more.
H. Dwelling-for-dwelling home exchanges in which neither owner receives monetary compensation.
I. Vehicle for hire drivers that possess a valid permit in compliance with AMC 6.28. (Ord. 3160 § 3, amended, 09/18/2018; Ord. 3087, amended, 10/01/2013; Ord. 2631, amended, 1991; Ord. 2315 § 1, amended, 1984; Ord. 2122, amended, 1981)