It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to operate or use a loud-speaker or sound amplifier, whether stationary or mounted on a truck, automobile or other vehicle, for the purpose of advertising sales, attractions or any other purpose upon any street of the city without first having and obtaining a license therefor and having paid the license fee thereon as hereinafter provided.
(R.O. 1964, 12-601)
The city clerk is hereby authorized to issue such license upon application therefor to any person, firm or corporation upon receiving payment in advance for such license from the applicant; the license fee on such loudspeaker or amplifier shall be $2 per day or $10 per week, and licenses shall be issued for such period of time as the applicant shall apply for upon payment of such license fee: provided, that no such license herein provided for shall be issued without the approval thereof by the city manager or the governing body and no license shall be transferable.
(Ord. 3794, Sec. 20)
No such loudspeaker or sound amplifier, whether the same amplifies sound from radio, phonograph or voice, shall be operated for any purpose in such a manner and at such times as to disturb the peace and quiet of any neighborhood or of the citizens thereof.
(R.O. 1964, 12-603)
Any person violating any of the provisions of this article shall, upon conviction thereof, be fined in any sum not exceeding $100.
(R.O. 1964, 12-604)