[Ord. 26-1964, 65 § 1, passed 9-14-1964]
- Any natural person, partnership, association, firm or corporation.
- PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENT
- Includes any motion picture show, circus, menagerie or carnival, or any other exhibition, show or amusement whatever of any nature or kind, for which an admission fee is charged or for which money or any other nature of reward is in any manner demanded or received. The term "public entertainment" does not include any lecture on current affairs or on any scientific, literary, historical, religious or literary subject, nor shall such term include any church or school affair or any performance or exhibition conducted for benevolent, civic, cultural or charitable purposes.
[Ord. 26-1964, 65 § 2, passed 9-14-1964]
No person, either as principal or agent, shall conduct or hold any public entertainment in the City without first having obtained a license therefor from the City Clerk. Such license shall state the type of public entertainment for which it is granted and the term for which it is to continue in effect. No person, under any such license, shall conduct any type of public entertainment other than the type designated thereon, nor shall any person, under any such license, continue to conduct any public entertainment after the expiration of such license.
[Ord. 26-1964, 65 § 3, passed 9-14-1964; Ord. 39-1988, 89 § 89 1, passed 1-9-1988]
Application for a license for a public entertainment shall be made to the City Clerk in advance of such public entertainment and, upon issuance of such license, the fee, which shall be for the use of the City, shall be paid to the City Treasurer by the person to whom such license is issued, or by his agent. The rates for such licenses shall be as follows:
[Ord. 40-1970, 71 § 3, passed 5-24-1971]
Any person violating any of the provisions of this article shall be fined not more than $300 and/or be imprisoned for not more than 90 days.