A. Whenever, in the opinion of the Commissioner In Charge of the Civic
Stadium or of the Council of the City, any applicant or permittee for the use of
the Civic Stadium is likely to or does advocate to any audience in the Stadium
the overthrow of the United States government or the government of any state or
subdivision thereof by force, and when such Commissioner shall file a report
with the City Auditor to that effect, or when the Council shall make a finding
to that effect, then the application shall be rejected or the permit of such
permittee for the rental of said Stadium is hereby declared to be null and void.
All permits for the rental of the Civic Stadium hereafter entered into shall be
subject to the provisions of this Chapter, and this Chapter shall be a part of
such permit of rental. In case of the annulment of any permit as herein
provided, the amount of rental paid thereunder, less any expense actually
incurred thereunder by the City, shall be refunded to the permittee.
B. Use of the Civic Stadium shall be deemed a privilege and not a right.
Subject to the approval of the Commissioner In Charge, the Manager of the Civic
Stadium may reject any application for rental of all or any portion of the
Stadium whenever he finds that the particular event or performance may result in
extraordinary risk of damage to the Stadium structure, furnishings, or
facilities. If the Commissioner In Charge finds that such risk is of a character
that special conditions may adequately protect the people of the City and the
City itself from liability and loss, whether by penal bond, money deposit,
special security measures at the expense of the applicant for rental, or other
device, without other events and rentals, then the Commissioner In Charge may
impose such special restrictions and requirements as he finds appropriate and
adequate for such protection. The conditions of any such deposit or special
requirements and the provisions of any such bond, shall be approved as to form
by the City Attorney.