A.   Enumerated; Specific Businesses: The following persons conducting any of the following occupations, professions, trades or pursuits shall pay a license fee in the amount herein provided before engaging in any of the occupations, professions, trades or pursuits mentioned:
      1.   Circuses, menageries and like entertainment, one hundred dollars ($100.00) per day.
      2.   Carnivals, two thousand dollars ($2,000.00) per day. (Ord. C66-209, 5-24-1983)
         a.   A "charity" which is defined as an organization, not for pecuniary profit, operated for the relief of poverty, distress, or other conditions of public concern which has been granted an exemption from federal income taxation by the internal revenue service pursuant to section 501-(3)(c) of the internal revenue code; a "religious organization" which is defined as any church or worship group, not for pecuniary profit, which conducts services or observances in accordance with a defined set of spiritual beliefs; and a civic organization, not for pecuniary profit, which is a branch, lodge, or chapter of a recognized national or state organization which exists to promote fellowship, educational, charitable, religious, patriotic, or other public spirited activities designed to benefit the general public welfare.
         b.   Any charity, religious, or civic organization may conduct as a fundraising activity a carnival for not more than three (3) consecutive days and not more than six (6) total days in any calendar year.
         c.   The permit fee to conduct a carnival for a charity, religious, or civic organization shall be one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) per day. (Ord. 2009-5, 6-9-2009)
      3.   Itinerant operatic and theatrical exhibitions and amusements generally, twenty five dollars ($25.00) per day for each day an exhibition is given. (Ord. C66-209, 5-24-1983)
      4.   Public dances, ten dollars ($10.00) per dance; provided, that no public dance shall take place between the hours of two o'clock (2:00) A.M. and seven o'clock (7:00) A.M. It shall be unlawful for the owner, lessee or person in charge of any premises to knowingly allow on the premises a public dance during these hours and it is further unlawful for any person to conduct, manage, assist with, perform at, attend or be at a public dance taking place during these hours. (Ord. C66-226, 3-13-1984)
      5.   Skating rinks, twenty five dollars ($25.00) every three (3) months, payable in advance.
      6.   Sparring exhibitions or boxing contests, twenty five dollars ($25.00) per day.
      7.   Wrestling exhibitions, twenty five dollars ($25.00) per day; provided, that a wrestling exhibition may be given at a boxing contest without additional license.
   The licensing and regulating of the foregoing occupations is hereby declared to be conducive to the promotion of the health and general welfare of the city and a separate license is hereby imposed on each place of business conducted or maintained by the same person. (Ord. C66-209, 5-24-1983)
   B.   Due: The license fees shall be due and payable at the office of the city clerk by any person doing a business specified in subsection A of this section at the time the license is issued. (Ord. C66-32, 10-1-1968)