§ 1036.22.

WHEN DEEMED A PUBLIC NUISANCE – PROCEDURE THEREON

Any mechanical amusement device operated or maintained to be operated in violation of any law of the State of California or of Sections 1036 to 1036.34, inclusive, of this Article or any ordinances of the City and County of San Francisco or the rules and regulations of any state or municipal departments thereof concerned shall be deemed to be a public nuisance, and any such mechanical amusement device so operated or maintained to be operated shall be impounded by the Chief of Police; and, if any court of competent jurisdiction shall determine that said mechanical amusement device, or the use or operation thereof, violates or has violated any of said laws, ordinances, rules or regulations, said mechanical amusement device shall be confiscated by said Chief of Police; but, if said mechanical amusement device is one which may be legally operated under the provisions of Sections 1036 to 1036.34, inclusive, of this Article and is seized for the failure of the owner or operator thereof to obtain the necessary permit or to pay the necessary license fee for the maintenance or operation of said mechanical amusement device, said mechanical amusement device shall be dealt with as provided in Section 1036.18 of this Article.

History

(Amended by Ord. 401-82, App. 8/13/82)

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