Article - Business Regulation
(a) An applicant for a trader’s license shall state in the application the place where the applicant will do business as a trader.
(b) (1) An applicant for a trader’s license may apply under this subsection if the applicant has a defect in vision such that:
(i) visual acuity in the applicant’s better eye does not exceed 20/140 with correcting lenses; or
(ii) the widest diameter of the applicant’s visual field subtends an angle not exceeding 20 degrees.
(2) An applicant for a trader’s license under this subsection shall submit to the clerk:
(i) a signed certificate, from a licensed physician who specializes in treatment of the eye, that the applicant’s vision meets the standard of paragraph (1) of this subsection; and
(ii) an affidavit that the applicant is the owner of the place of business listed in the application.
(3) Blind Industries also may apply for a trader’s license under this subsection for a business that it operates, if Blind Industries submits to the clerk an affidavit that:
(i) Blind Industries operates the business listed in the application; and
(ii) the manager of the business has vision that meets the standard of paragraph (1) of this subsection.