The President shall, upon consideration of the application and the report submitted pursuant to § 97.03, together with any additional information, grant the permit for which application is made, subject, however, to the following:
   (A)   Each permit shall contain such written conditions as are reasonable and appropriate to the nature and size of the proposed event so as to insure the public health, morals, safety, and welfare.
   (B)   No permit shall be issued unless a certified copy of the applicant's liability insurance policy, or other required evidence of financial responsibility, shall have been filed with the Village Clerk or President.
   (C)   No permit shall be issued unless the full permit fee required by § 97.02, shall have been paid to the Clerk.
   (D)   The President may require of the applicant, prior to the issuance of a permit, a cash deposit in an amount sufficient to insure prompt repair of physical damage and collection of refuse when the event is to take place in a public street, park, playground, or other public facility.  Such a cash deposit shall, as well, be sufficient to pay for such special police officers and like personnel as may reasonably be required by the event and for which the Village Clerk shall bill the applicant- permittee.
   (E)   It shall be unlawful to participate in any manner in any parade, procession, march, or demonstration between the hours of 8:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m.
   (F)   It shall be unlawful for any person participating in any event described in § 97.01, to wear a mask, hood, or any other article of clothing which conceals the identity of the participant.
('79 Code, § 1918(4))  (Ord. 1987-O-6, passed 1-20-87)  Penalty, see § 97.99