Section 40-12-82

Concerts, musical entertainments, etc.

For each concert, musical entertainment, public lecture, or other public entertainment where charges are made for admission, or for the use of any instrument or device or the participation in any exercises or entertainment not given wholly for charitable, school, or religious purposes and not otherwise provided for, the license tax shall be $10; but this provision shall not apply to exhibitions or entertainments given in theaters when the owners or managers thereof have taken out licenses as owners or managers; and provided further, that this license tax shall not be charged for any lecture course given as part of the course of instruction in any educational institution; provided further, that the provisions of this section shall not apply to chautauquas, lecture lyceums, or exhibits held under the auspices of religious or charitable associations. In all cases where such exhibitions shall be in the nature of a continuous show or performance, the license tax shall be $5 per day, $15 per week or $30 per month.

(Acts 1935, No. 194, p. 256; Code 1940, T. 51, §494.)