Chapter 5.20


5.20.010    License—Required.

5.20.020    License—Application.

5.20.030    License—Fees—Expiration.

5.20.040    Violation—Penalty.

5.20.010 License—Required.

It is unlawful for any person, firm or corporation, whether as owner, manager or agent to have in its place of business for the use or entertainment of the public or so placed so the same may be operated or used by the public, any electrically-operated mechanical music device, without having first obtained a license therefor and paying the amount of the fee provided in this chapter. (Ord. 158 § 1, 1950)

5.20.020 License—Application.

Applications for licenses shall be made on a form to be provided by the town, and shall contain such information as the town may deem necessary. (Ord. 158 § 2, 1950)

5.20.030 License—Fees—Expiration.

A. The fee for such license shall be as follows: a minimum annual fee of twenty-five dollars for each place of business, which shall entitle such person, firm or corporation to possess, use and operate a mechanical music-dispensing unit with ten remote controls for deposit of coins, and an additional charge or fee of one dollar for each additional coin deposit control box.

B. Licenses shall expire with the expiration of the calendar year for which issued. (Ord. 158 § 3, 1950)

5.20.040 Violation—Penalty.

Any violation of, or failure to comply with any provision of this chapter shall constitute a misdemeanor and upon conviction therefor, shall subject the offender to a fine of not more than one hundred dollars. (Ord. 158 § 4, 1950)