City of Harrisonville, MO
Cass County
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Cross References — Licenses, ch. 605; license fee for various amusements, §605.020.
[CC 1977 §6-4; Ord. No. 1891 §1, 5-11-1992]
No person shall conduct, operate, manage or sponsor any ferris wheel, merry-go-round or other amusement ride operated for hire or for the purpose of promoting or advertising any trade or business without first filing with the City Clerk a certificate of liability insurance in the amount of at least one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) indemnifying the public against damages sustained by reason of the operation of such ride. Such bond or certificate of insurance shall be subject to the approval of the City Attorney. This Section shall apply to all persons, whether or not a license is required by any other provision of this Code of Ordinances.
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Cross Reference — License fee for billiard and pool tables, §605.020.
[CC 1977 §6-16]
Any person shall be deemed to be the keeper of a billiard hall or poolroom, within the meaning of this Article, who has a room in which he/she has billiard tables or pool tables on which he/she permits persons to play for hire either in money, goods or property of any kind.
[CC 1977 §6-17]
The provisions of Chapter 605 of this Code, insofar as the same may be applicable and not in conflict, shall apply to and govern the issuance of any license to operate a billiard hall or poolroom in the City.
[CC 1977 §6-18; Ord. No. 681 §1, 9-21-1966]
No pool hall or billiard room shall open for business prior to 6:00 A.M. and shall be closed no later than 12:00 Midnight of every business day.
[CC 1977 §6-19; Ord. No. 681 §1, 9-21-1966]
It shall be unlawful for the keeper of any pool hall or billiard room to open his/her place of business on the first (1st) day of the week, commonly called Sunday.
[CC 1977 §6-20; Ord. No. 681 §2, 9-21-1966]
It shall be unlawful for any person owning or operating a pool hall to employ a minor to work upon the premises in regard to the operation of such pool hall.
[CC 1977 §6-21; Ord. No. 681 §2, 9-21-1966]
It shall be unlawful for any person owning or operating a pool hall to permit any minor under the age of seventeen (17) years to play pool, loiter therein or frequent such pool hall unless such minor shall be accompanied by his/her parent, guardian or other adult person having the care and custody of the minor or unless the minor has the written consent of his/her parent, guardian or other adult person having the care and custody of the minor to play pool, loiter therein or frequent such pool hall. Such written consent shall be delivered to the pool hall operator upon admittance to the pool hall and shall be kept on file by the pool hall operator and shall be available for inspection by proper officials of the City during the normal hours that the establishment is open.