6.In exercising a regulatory power under this Act, a local municipality may, in particular,
(1) prescribe prohibitions;
(2) specify the cases where a permit is required, limit the number of permits and prescribe the cost, conditions and terms of issue and the rules governing the suspension or revocation of a permit;
(3) provide that one or more provisions of a by-law apply to part or all of its territory;
(4) create classes and make specific rules for each of them;
(5) prescribe the obligation to furnish security to ensure that premises are restored to their original state when a person carries on an activity or carries out work in the public domain; and
(6) prescribe rules that refer to standards made or approved by a third person. These rules may provide that changes made to the standards form part of the standards as if they had been adopted by the local municipality. Such changes come into force on the date set by the municipality under a resolution the adoption of which must be the subject of a public notice in accordance with the Act governing that municipality.
When a local municipality requires an itinerant merchant to obtain a permit under subparagraph 2 of the first paragraph, that permit may only be issued to a person who provides proof of having first obtained a permit in accordance with the Consumer Protection Act (chapter P-40.1).