Section 2-9-2

Proceeding against persons delinquent in payment of license or permit fee.

When any person has been delinquent for 30 days or more in the payment of any license or permit fee levied under the provisions of this title or any other provision of this Code or other statute which the Commissioner, Department or Board of Agriculture and Industries is directed or authorized to administer or enforce, he shall be deemed to be delinquent and shall, upon the demand of a license inspector in his county or upon demand of an inspector of the Department of Agriculture and Industries, be required to immediately make application for such permit or license and shall pay to such license inspector or inspector of the Department of Agriculture and Industries a fee of 15 percent of the amount of said permit or license in addition to the price of such permit or license. Such license inspector or inspector of such department shall immediately forward such application with the money therefor to the Department of Agriculture and Industries. Such license inspector may retain the delinquent fee of 15 percent, but inspectors of the department shall pay into the department such delinquent fee along with the regular permit or license fee.

(Ag. Code 1927, §486; Code 1940, T. 2, §32.)