(A)   No person or persons, firm or corporation shall, for money or gain, predict or pretend to predict future events by cards, tokens, trances, inspection of hands of any person, mind reading, star gazing, consultation of movements of the celestial bodies, or thereby to enable any one to get or recover lost or stolen property, or thereby to give services in business, enterprise, speculation, games of chance, or thereby to make one person dispose of property, business or valuable thing in favor of another.
   (B)   If any person or persons, firm or corporation shall publish, by card, circular, sign, newspaper, or any other means whatever, that said person or persons, firm or corporation shall or will predict future events, the said item or means or publication may be given in evidence to sustain a charge of violation of this chapter.  Any person whose fortune may have been told as aforesaid shall be a competent witness against any person charged with any violation of this chapter.
   (C)   Any establishment, store, parlor, station, or place where the aforesaid activity takes place, constitutes and is hereby declared to be a nuisance, and is subject to injunction and abatement as a nuisance in any court having jurisdiction.
   (D)   No person or persons, firm or corporation shall establish, maintain, own, lease, control, or operate a place, store, establishment, building, house, or other structure for any of the aforesaid purposes.  Each day of such operation, ownership, maintenance, control, lease, or establishment shall constitute a separate offense.
(Ord. 1981-7, passed 4-20-81) Penalty, see § 10.99