§ 5.44.030  DANCING AUTHORIZED IF PERMIT ISSUED.
   (A)   Provided that a permit therefor is issued under the provisions of this chapter, it shall be lawful to maintain or conduct an occasional dance or to maintain or conduct a public dance or public dance hall which is incidental and auxiliary to the main business purpose of operation and maintenance of a bona fide hotel or restaurant.
   (B)   It shall be unlawful for any person, association, partnership or corporation, as principal, agent, officer or employee, to manage, conduct or permit upon any premises within the city owned or controlled by him, her or it, any dance for which a permit may be issued under the provisions of this chapter except during such period as a written permit therefor, issued by the Chief of Police of the city, shall be in force and unrevoked.
      (1)   Nothing contained in this chapter shall be deemed to declare unlawful or prohibit dancing by the occupants of and/or guests at a private residence, with no charge being made therefor, nor shall any permit of the type required by this chapter be required therefor.
      (2)   Nothing contained in this chapter shall be deemed to declare unlawful or prohibit the conduct or operation of a bona fide dancing school nor shall any permit of the type required by this chapter be required therefor.
      (3)   Nothing contained in this chapter shall be deemed to declare unlawful or prohibit the conduct of a dance by any public school or by the City Parks and Recreation Department, nor shall any permit of the type required by this chapter be required therefor.
('86 Code, § 5.44.030) (Ord. 3240, passed  - - ; Am. Ord. 3640, passed  - - ) Penalty, see § 5.44.042