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BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 8.100 Theaters, Shows and Other Public Amusements Part V

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Chapter 8.100
Theaters, Shows and Other Public Amusements
PART V GOLF COURSES

Sections:

8.100.390 Golf course operated for gain defined.
8.100.400 Permit--Required.
8.100.410 Permit--Application--Inspection.
8.100.420 Permit--Issuance.
8.100.430 Hours of operation and maintenance.
8.100.440 Rules and regulations.
8.100.450 Revocation of permits.

8.100.390 Golf course operated for gain defined.

A "golf course operated for gain," as used in this part, is hereby defined to be any privately owned course wherein a charge is made for the use of the course, or a charge is made for the privilege of practicing any part of the game of golf, either by direct charge, or by a club membership plan, or by any other indirect means whereby a charge is made.
(1948 C. Ch. 67 50: 1960 C. 710.010.)

McQuillin:

24.205 Golf and other games

26.152 Licensing athletic places

8.100.400 Permit--Required.

No person shall operate a golf course for gain within the City without first obtaining a permit from the Board of Public Service.
(1948 C. Ch. 67 51: 1960 C. 720.020.)

8.100.410 Permit--Application--Inspection.

Any person desiring to obtain a permit to operate a golf course for gain shall make application therefor to the Director of Public Safety, and shall pay to the Director of Public Safety an inspection fee of forty dollars. Upon the filing of the application and the payment of the inspection fee, it shall be the duty of the Director of Public Safety to cause an inspection to be made of the premises upon which it is proposed to locate the golf course, and to cause a certificate of inspection to be issued to the applicant. This certificate shall state the location of the proposed golf course, the fact that it has been inspected by the Department of Public Safety, and a recommendation to the Board of Public Service that the permit applied for shall be issued or refused. If the Director of Public Safety is satisfied that the provisions of this part and all other ordinances of the City have been complied with, he shall, in the certificate of inspection, recommend to the Board of Public Service the issuance of the permit for which the application was made.
(1948 C. Ch. 67 52: 1960 C. 720.030.)

8.100.420 Permit--Issuance.

It shall be the duty of the Board of Public Service to issue a permit to those applicants who have been issued certificates of inspection by the Director of Public Safety, as provided by this part, which recommend to the Board the issuance of a permit. No permit shall be issued for a golf course operated for gain except at a location within the commercial, industrial or unrestricted districts, as these districts are defined by the zoning and planning provisions of this code and the accompanying maps thereto, or as these districts shall hereafter be defined by ordinance. All permits issued under this part shall expire on the thirty-first day of December of the year in which they are issued.
(1948 C. Ch. 67 53: 1960 C. 720.040, 720.050.)

8.100.430 Hours of operation and maintenance.

No golf course shall be operated in the City between the hours of one-thirty a.m. and seven a.m. and no operator or owner of any golf course, nor shall his agents, servants or employees work or tamp the course between the hours of one-thirty a.m. and seven a.m.
(1948 C. Ch. 67 54 (part): 1960 C. 720.060.)

8.100.440 Rules and regulations.

The Director of Public Safety is authorized to make other reasonable rules and regulations for the inspections and operation of golf courses operated for gain.
(1948 C. Ch. 67 54 (part): 1960 C. 720.070.)

8.100.450 Revocation of permits.

The Board of Public Service is authorized to revoke any permit issued pursuant to this part for violating the provisions of any ordinance of the City, relating to golf courses operated for gain, or for violating any lawful rules and regulations relating thereto, upon the recommendation of the Director of Public Safety after a hearing.
(1948 C. Ch. 67 55: 1960 C. 720.080.)

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