The applicant for a permit to operate or maintain a circus, carnival, fair, festival or other amusement shall file an application in writing, on a form provided by the City, with the Mayor. If the erection of tents, temporary buildings or structures, is contemplated in conjunction with the operation of such amusement, recreation or exhibition, specifications, plat plans and such other data as may be required shall accompany such application, in duplicate, and the same shall be approved by the Commissioner of Building and the Chief of the Department of Fire, before a permit shall be issued.
   The application for a permit shall contain the following:
   (a)   The name of the person, firm or corporation or organization sponsoring or operating such amusement or entertainment.
   (b)   Address, residence or place of business.
   (c)   Length of time for which such permit is to be issued, including dates of use, which shall not exceed four days.
(Ord. 37-68. Passed 3-10-69.)
   (d)   The hours desired to be open, but limited to 11:00 p. m. on weekdays and Saturday and limited to 10:00 p. m. on Sunday for all activities, except those conducted within a permanent structure and enclosure, which activities may be conducted up to, but not later than 12:00 midnight.
(Ord. 15-84. Passed 5-29-84.)
   (e)   Provisions made for sanitary facilities which shall be in compliance with the Building Code.
   (f)   A list of the concessions and games.
   (g)   Such other pertinent information as might enable the Mayor, or a person authorized by him, to determine that the assemblage for such amusement, recreation or exhibition is not against the public morals, convenience, safety, health or welfare of the community.
(Ord. 37-68. Passed 3-10-69.)
   (h)   No public address system shall be used beyond 9:00 p.m. on any day except for use in connection with a main drawing, if any, in which event such public address system may be used for no more than thirty minutes between the hours of 9:00 p. m. and 10:00 p. m. and in no event later than 10:00 p. m.
(Ord. 13-83. Passed 5-9-83.)
   (i)   Evidence of full compliance with Ohio State Workers' Compensation Law.
(Ord. 37-68. Passed 3-10-69.)
   (j)   A statement that no mechanical amusement devices as described in Chapter 1123 will be utilized.
(Ord. 13-83. Passed 5-9-83.)
   (k)   Any carnival, fair, festival or similar amusement which is conducted on City-owned property by a charitable organization shall be restricted to not more than three kiddie amusement rides. For purposes of this section, a "kiddie amusement ride" is defined as being a mechanical device for use of children ten years of age and under. No other amusement rides shall be permitted. No permits for any private organizations shall be issued for any carnival, fair, festival or similar amusement to be conducted on City-owned property.
(Ord. 12-79. Passed 4-9-79.)
   The application shall be accompanied by a bond of one thousand dollars ($1,000) guaranteeing that no assembly or disassembly of booths, rides, stands or equipment will occur between hours of 10:00 p. m. and 7:00 a. m. the following morning and further conditioned upon compliance by applicant with all of the terms and conditions contained in the application.
   The bond shall be secured by cash or by a surety company authorized to do business in the State and shall be subject to approval by the Director of Law. Such bond shall provide for forfeiture of the entire one thousand dollars ($1,000) in the event of violation or noncompliance.
(Ord. 37-68. Passed 3-10-69.)