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Adult-Entertainment Businesses Part I. Definitions; General Provisions

This is Subtitle 1 of the Baltimore City Code, titled “Adult-Entertainment Businesses Part I. Definitions; General Provisions.” It is part of Article 15, titled “Licensing and Regulation.” It contains 34 laws.

Editor's Note: Ordinance 10-383, which enacted this subtitle, becomes effective May 26, 2011.
§ 1-1
Definitions.
§ 1-2
Mandatory, prohibitory, and permissive terms.
§ 1-3
Rules, regulations, and forms.
§ 1-4
Scope.
§ 1-5 to 1-6
{Reserved}
§ 1-7
License required.
§ 1-8
Applications — in general.
§ 1-9
Applications — responsible party.
§ 1-10
Investigation of applicants.
§ 1-11
Qualifications.
§ 1-12
Posting; objections.
§ 1-13
Decision on application.
§ 1-14
Term and renewal of licenses.
§ 1-15
Fee for license.
§ 1-16
Waiting period after denial.
§ 1-17
Transfer of license.
§ 1-18 to 1-19
{Reserved}
§ 1-20
Hours of operation.
§ 1-21
Entrances and exteriors of premises.
§ 1-22
“Barking”.
§ 1-23
Owner, etc., to prevent nuisance.
§ 1-24
{Reserved}
§ 1-25
License to be posted.
§ 1-26 to 1-27
{Reserved}
§ 1-28
Denial, suspension, or revocation.
§ 1-29
Fines.
§ 1-30
Notice and hearing.
§ 1-31
Judicial and appellate review.
§ 1-32
{Reserved}
§ 1-33
Task Force established.
§ 1-34
Purpose.
§ 1-35
Appointment and composition.
§ 1-36 to 1-37
{Reserved}
§ 1-38
Penalties.