§ 9.68.010  CONVICTED PERSON DEFINED.
   The words CONVICTED PERSON are defined as follows:
   (A)   Any person who, subsequent to January 1, 1921, has been or hereafter is convicted of an offense punishable as a felony in the state of California, or who has been or who is hereafter convicted of any offense in any place other than the state of California, which offense, if committed in the state of California, would have been punishable as a felony.
   (B)   Any person who, subsequent to January 1, 1921, has been or hereafter is convicted in the state of California, or elsewhere, of the violation of any law, whether the same is or is not punishable as a felony.
      (1)   Relating to or regulating the possession, distribution, furnishing, use or addiction to the unlawful use of any narcotic as defined and referred to in Cal. Health & Safety Code Division 10.
      (2)   Regulating or prohibiting the carrying, possession, or ownership of any concealed weapon, or deadly weapon, or any weapon capable of being concealed, or regulating or prohibiting the possession, sale or use of any device, instrument, or attachment designed or intended to be used for the purpose of silencing the report, or concealing the discharge or flash of any firearm.
      (3)   Regulating or prohibiting the use, possession, manufacture, or compounding of tear gas, or any other gas, which may be used for the purpose of temporarily or permanently disabling any human being.
   (C)   Any person who has been, since January 1921, or who hereafter is convicted of a crime in the state of California, under the provisions of one or more of the following sections of the Cal. Penal Code: 264, 265, 286, 288, 288a, 647a or of subdivision 1 or 2 of section 311 of such code, or who has been since January 1, 1921, or hereafter is convicted in any place other than the state of California of an offense which, if committed in this state, would have been punishable under one or more of such sections.
   (D)   Any person who has been since January 1921, or who hereafter is convicted of a crime in the state of California under the provisions of Cal. Penal Code § 647(5), or who has been since January 1, 1945, or hereafter is convicted in any place other than the state of California of any offense which, if committed in this state, would have been punishable under such section.
   (E)   Any person who has been, since January 1, 1921, or hereafter is convicted in the state of California or elsewhere of any attempt or conspiracy to commit any offense described or referred to in this section.
   (F)   Provided, however, that any person, except as hereinafter set forth, whose conviction is or has been set aside in a manner provided by law, shall not be deemed a convicted person; provided further, however, that one who has been convicted of the commission of one or more of the crimes referred to in division (C) hereof, and whose conviction has been set aside at the termination of probation, and in connection therewith, shall be considered a convicted person, as such term is used herein.
('86 Code, § 9.68.010) (Ord. 2703, passed  - - )