§ 19-602.  Licenses.
   (1)   No producer shall conduct any amusement, any permanent or temporary place of amusement, or any itinerant form of amusement unless he has obtained an amusement license from the Department of Licenses and Inspections for each such activity that he conducts.
   (2)   No exemption authorized by subsection 19-601(2)(b) shall be allowed unless the producer thereof complies with such regulations as the Department of Licenses and Inspections and the Department of Collections may promulgate with respect to applications for approval of such exemptions.
   (3)   No amusement license required under subsection 19-602(1) shall be issued unless the applicant:
      (a)   Furnishes such information as the Department of Collections and the Department of Licenses and Inspections may require, including the nature of the amusement to be conducted, its location, and whether permanent, temporary or itinerant;
      (b)   Pays a non-refundable application fee of twenty dollars ($20), which fee shall be credited toward the annual fee if the license is issued; 122
      (c)   Pays an annual license fee of fifty dollars ($50). 123
   (4)   All producers licensed under this Section shall as a condition to the retention of their licenses:
      (a)   comply with such regulations as the Department of Licenses and Inspections and the Department of Collections may promulgate to implement the provisions of this Chapter;
      (b)   pay the tax imposed by this Chapter.

 

Notes

122
   Added, Bill No. 170165 (approved April 4, 2017).
123
   Amended, 1961 Ordinances, p. 945; amended, 1973 Ordinances, p. 902; amended, 1992 Ordinances, p. 550; amended, Bill No. 090773 (approved January 13, 2010); amended, Bill No. 170165 (approved April 4, 2017).