§ 90.33  EXCEPTIONS TO PERMIT REQUIREMENTS.
   The provisions of § 90.32 (E) shall not apply to the keeping of exotic animals in the following cases and no permit fees shall be required:
   (A)   The keeping of the animals in bona fide educational or medical institutions, museums, or any other place where they are kept as live specimens for the public to view for the purpose of instruction or study.
   (B)   The keeping of the animals for exhibition to the public of animals by a circus, carnival, or other exhibit or show.
   (C)   The keeping of the animals in a bona fide, licensed veterinary hospital for treatment.
   (D)   Dangerous or poisonous reptiles may be maintained by bona fide educational or medical institutions for the purpose of instruction or study, provided the reptiles are securely confined and are properly cared for in a manner satisfactory to the Animal Control Officer.
(Ord. 6309, passed 3-30-76; Am. Ord. 8330, passed 12-2-03)