§ 3400.

DEFINITIONS

As used in Sections 3400 through 3408 the following words shall have the following respective meanings:

a.

“Photographer” shall mean every person, firm or corporation engaged in the business of taking photographs of human beings in a public place or any place open to the public for any purpose, except as an established photographic studio upon an agreement or understanding that money or other lawful consideration will be paid for the said taking.

b.

“Solicitor” shall mean every person acting as servant, agent or employee of a photographer, as defined herein, who solicits the taking or actually takes photographs of human beings in a public place or any place open to the public for any purpose, except as an established photographic studio, upon an agreement or understanding that money or other lawful consideration will be paid for the said taking.

The aforesaid definitions shall not include a “Street Photographer” as defined in this Article, nor photographers employed by newspapers or other similar publications while engaged in the scope of their employment.

History

(Added by Ord. 555-81, App. 11/12/81)

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