18.92.060   "C" WORDS, TERMS AND PHRASES.
   "California Massage Therapy Council" or "CAMTC". The non-profit organization established by SB 731 (Chapter 384, 2008 Statutes), Business and Professions Code Section 4600 et seq., and authorized to issue Massage Practitioner or Massage Therapist certificates on a statewide basis pursuant to Business and Professions Code Section 4600(g).
   "CAMTC Certificate". A Massage Practitioner or Massage Therapist certificate issued by the California Massage Therapy Council.
   "Canopy".  A freestanding, roof-like structure without enclosing walls, supported by columns, poles or braces extending from the ground.
   "Carnival". A temporary organized program for entertainment or exhibition.  The event is typically operated by an organization whose primary business is to operate the entertainment such as rides or amusement games.  Festivals are also included.
   "Carport".  A permanently roofed structure with not more than two (2) enclosed sides, used, or intended to be used, for automobile shelter and storage.
   "Chair Massage". A massage as defined in Section 18.92.160, where the patron is fully clothed and in a public or semi-public area while receiving the massage, and where the external parts of the body which are massaged are limited to the head, neck, back and/or arms.
   "Chief of Police". The Chief of Police of the City of Anaheim, or his/her designated representative.
   "Child Day Care Center, Preschool and Nursery".  An establishment or home (other than a large family day care home or a small family day care home, as defined in this title) which provides care, protection and supervision to children, for periods of less than twenty-four (24) hours per day, while the parents or guardians of such children are away.
   "City". The City of Anaheim.
   "City Council". The City Council of the City of Anaheim.
   "City Manager". The City Manager of the City of Anaheim, or his/her designated representative.
   "Club".  An association of persons for some common nonprofit purpose, but not including groups organized primarily to render a service that is customarily carried on as a business.
   "Commercial Retail Center".  Any combination of two (2) or more commercial uses or commercial businesses, otherwise permitted or conditionally permitted in the zone in which they are located, and which the uses or businesses are either:  (i) located on a single parcel of property; (ii) constructed as a single development project; or (iii) result from a remodeling, partitioning or other division of space in a building, business or use on a single parcel of property.
   "Commission". The Planning Commission of the City of Anaheim, unless some other commission is specifically mentioned.
   "Computer". Any electronic device designed or intended to access the Internet, or for interconnection with other devices for playing electronic games.
   "Computer Rental/Internet Amusement Business". A business establishment which, for compensation, provides for public use of computers or electronic communication devices, to which computers are connected, for the purpose of providing its patrons with access to the Internet, e-mail, video games played over the Internet or other computer game software, whether or not said computer activity constitutes the primary use of the premises.  Establishments commonly known variously as PC (personal computer) cafes or zones, Internet cafes or zones, cyber cafes or cyber centers or similar descriptions or uses are expressly included within the foregoing definition.  Educational institutions and child day care centers, preschools and nurseries, as said terms are defined in Chapter 18.92 of this Code, are not included.
   "Condominium".  An estate in real property, consisting of an undivided interest in common in a portion of real property, together with a separate interest in space in a residential, industrial or commercial building on such real property, as defined in California Civil Code Section 1351.
   "Condominium Hotel".  A building or group of buildings containing residential condominium units which are owned by individual investors and may be made available for rental as hotel guest rooms or suites as required and enforced by a rental pool agreement and/or the covenants, conditions, and restrictions of the condominium development.
   "Convenience Stores".  A market or grocery store having an enclosed gross floor area of less than ten thousand (10,000) square feet, and engaged primarily in the sale of a limited range of prepackaged food items, and secondarily in a limited range of household items, magazines, off-sale alcoholic beverages and similar items.  Food items may be cooked or heated, but not consumed, on the premises.
   "Conviction" or "Convicted". A plea or verdict of guilty or a conviction following a plea of nolo contendere.
   "Coop". A place of confinement, usually in the form of a cage or small enclosure, used in conjunction with the keeping of animals.
   "Corral".  A yard that is enclosed to adequately confine animals.
   "Cover Charge".  An admission fee imposed upon patrons, including advanced prepayment for meals and similar fees.
   "Crib Walls".  A wall constructed of individual, but often interlocking, timber or precast concrete components, commonly used for retaining slopes, set at an angle to the vertical, and often including space for the planting of creeping and/or cascading foliage.
   "Customer Area". Any area open to customers of the establishment.  (Ord. 5920  1 (part); June 8, 2004:  Ord. 6004 § 4; November 8, 2005:  Ord. 6245 § 90; June 5, 2012:  Ord. 6261 § 4; January 15, 2013:  Ord. 6317 § 25; March 3, 2015:  Ord. 6493 § 23; September 29, 2020.)