No person shall keep a billiard table or pool table, bowling alley or shuffleboard for public use or hire within the Village without first obtaining a license.
Application for a license under this article shall state the location of the building and room where such billiard table, pool table, bowling alley or shuffleboard are to be used, the name of the applicant, the number of tables, bowling alleys or shuffleboards and the name of the owners of the building.
All licenses granted under the provisions of this article shall be issued by the Village Clerk at the direction of the Council.
The Council shall have power to revoke or suspend such licenses in its discretion in case gambling or disorderly conduct is permitted or any provisions of this article violated. Licenses not revoked or suspended may be renewed subject to the same conditions and charges as the original license. All licenses shall expire on the 31st day of December next ensuing the date of issuing the same.
[Amended 10-13-1992 by Ord. No. 2375]
The license fee for keeping a billiard parlor, pool table, bowling alley or shuffleboard, shall be as set forth in Chapter 145, Fees.
No minor under the age of 18 years shall be permitted to play billiards, pool, bowling or shuffleboard in any place licensed under the provisions of this article except upon the consent of his parent or guardian.
All places licensed under the provisions of this article shall close every night at 12:00 midnight.
No loitering by minors under the age of 18 shall be permitted. Such places while open shall have an unobstructed view from the street. No curtains, shades or other obstructions to view shall be permitted on any windows.
All places licensed under the provisions of this article shall be closed on the first day of the week, commonly known as "Sunday," and shall be at all times open to inspection by the Village authorities.