A proprietor, or his agent, of a traveling public show, shall not exhibit a natural or artificial curiosity, or exhibit horsemanship in a circus, or otherwise, for a price, until a permit has been obtained from the county auditor of the county in which it is intended to exhibit, specifying the time and place such show may exhibit in the county. Such auditor shall not issue such permit until there has been paid into the county treasury the following sums for each day such show is to be exhibited:
(A) In counties containing a population not exceeding twenty-five thousand by the last federal census, twenty-five dollars;
(B) In counties containing a population of more than twenty-five thousand and not exceeding forty thousand by such census, forty dollars;
(C) In other counties, sixty dollars.
Repealed by 131st General Assembly File No. TBD, HB 166, §2, eff. 9/8/2016.
Effective Date: 10-01-1953