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A. It is unlawful for anyone to own and exhibit, lease, rent or place with others, for use, play or operation in any public place or establishment, any coin operated mechanical music machine without a valid and subsisting “Mechanical Music Machine Sublicense” for each such machine, the yearly fee shall be established by resolution of the city council for each such license issued after the effective date of the ordinance codified in this chapter, which “Mechanical Music Machine Sublicense” shall be in the form of a gummed paper tag issued by the city’s finance department and shall be valid only when attached to such music machine in a conspicuous place near an indelible printed, stamped or impressed statement containing the name and address of the owner and vendor or distributor of such machine.

B. Not more than one hundred fifty mechanical music machine sublicenses shall be issued to any one operator; and no sublicense shall be transferred during the license year from the location to which the sublicense was issued without the consent by resolution of the city council. (Ord. 1262 §9, 2006; Ord. 666 §8, 1982; Ord. 43 §3, 1967).