(A)   Regulation. It shall be unlawful to give, present, or conduct any motion picture or theatrical performance, for admission to which a fee is charged, except performances given solely for the benefit of, and under the supervision of a religious, educational, or charitable organization without having first secured a license therefor as is herein provided. Application shall be made to the City Clerk/Treasurer. The application form shall contain any information and documents, or copies thereof, as the City Council deems necessary to determine whether to grant or reject the application. Upon the determination that the granting of the license would be proper and beneficial to the city, the City Council shall immediately direct the City Clerk/Treasurer to issue the license to the applicant upon the payment of a fee set by resolution of the City Council. The license shall be subject to revocation at any time for good and sufficient cause by the City Council upon the issuance of proper notice, and a hearing if the licensee should make such a request. Any person or persons so licensed shall be subject to any bond, fees, or other rules and regulations as may be set by resolution of the City Council for the benefit of the city.
(Neb. RS 17-134) (1973 Code, § 10-205)
   (B)   Operator's responsibility. It shall be unlawful for the owner or operator of a motion picture theater to allow or permit any disturbance of the peace, fighting, gambling, drinking of alcoholic beverages, drunkenness, or use of profanity or obscene books and pictures. In no event shall the number of admissions exceed the number of seats.
(Neb. RS 17-134) (1973 Code, § 10-206)
   (C)   Premise. It shall be unlawful to use any premise for the purpose of presenting any public motion picture which does not have at least two unobstructed exits, and is not properly ventilated during any performance or presentation.
(Neb. RS 17-130) (1973 Code, § 10-207)
Penalty, see § 10.99