(a) The keeping of nonhuman primates for bona fide exhibition purposes is considered to include:
(1) Their display in an organized zoological exhibit which is open to the general public on a regular basis;
(2) Their full-time use in a trained animal act open to the general public.
(b) Bona fide exhibition purposes does not include uses such as display of a nonhuman primate in a pet store or a private home. The maintenance and training of a nonhuman primate primarily as a hobby, with occasional display to groups such as school children is not considered a bona fide exhibition.
(Ord. 2934, passed 1-28-1985)