[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Grand Chute 1-7-1997 as §§ 9.06 and 9.12 of the 1997 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
No person, firm, partnership or corporation shall be allowed to exhibit or hold any show, exhibition, contest, caravan, circus, carnival, menagerie, concert, sporting event, musical entertainment, theatrical performance or vaudeville performance within the Town of Grand Chute without first obtaining a license as herein required.
Every application for a license shall be furnished by the Town Clerk and verified and shall contain the name, place of residence, age, and occupation of the applicant, the purposes for which a license is desired, and the place where and the time when and the terms for which he/she proposes to carry on the amusement to be licensed.
Upon receipt of each such application, the Town Clerk shall immediately institute such investigation of the applicant's business and moral character as he/she deems necessary for the protection of the public good and shall endorse his/her approval or disapproval upon said application within 72 hours after it has been filed with him/her and shall issue or deny the license in accordance with his/her findings after presentation by the applicant of a receipt of the Town Treasurer showing payment of the required fee.
The license required in § 190-1 shall be for one day, including evening, or from day to day or other specified time, as the case may be, and the license fee therefor shall be as prescribed in the Town Fee Schedule.
A first violation of any provision of this chapter shall be punished by a fine as prescribed in the Uniform Forfeiture and Bond Schedules, together with the costs of prosecution, and on default of the payment of any such fine and/or costs of prosecution such person shall be committed to the county jail of Outagamie County until such fine and costs are paid, but not to exceed 90 days.
Any person violating this chapter who shall previously have been convicted of a violation of this chapter shall, upon proof and conviction thereof, forfeit an amount as prescribed in the Uniform Forfeiture and Bond Schedules, together with the costs of prosecution, and on default of the payment of any such fine and costs of prosecution, or either of them, such convicted person shall be committed to and confined within the county jail of Outagamie County, Wisconsin, until such fine and costs of prosecution are paid, but not to exceed six months.
Each day of violation under this chapter shall constitute a separate and distinct offense.