(A)   No person, firm or corporation shall conduct raffles or chances without having first obtained a license therefore pursuant to this subchapter.
   (B)   The City Clerk shall issue a license to permit the conduct of raffles to any bona fide non-profit, charitable, educational, religious, fraternal, veterans or labor organization. Said license shall be issued only upon written application signed by the president or secretary or other high officer of the organization applying for the license.
   (C)   The license and application for license must specify the area or areas within the city in which raffle chances will be sold or issued; the time period during which raffle chances will be sold or issued; the time of determination of winning chances; and the location or locations at which winning chances will be determined.
   (D)   There are created under this section two classes of licenses:
      (1)   Class A.  A license issued for single event raffles which are not of a continuing nature or conducted on a regular basis.
      (2)   Class B.  An annual license issued only to fraternal organizations which conduct raffles on a continuous and frequent basis throughout the calendar year.
(Ord. 85-4499, passed 12-17-85; Am. Ord. 94-4769, passed 3-15-94)  Penalty, see § 10.99