§ 3.08.150  EXISTING SALES AND USE TAX ORDINANCES SUSPENDED.
   At the time Ordnance No. CS-790, codified in this Subchapter, goes into operation, the provisions of Ordinances Nos. 627 and CS-152 and all amendments thereto, shall be suspended and shall not again be of any force or effect until and unless for any reason the State Board of Equalization ceases to perform the functions incident to the administration and operation of the sales and use tax imposed by this Subchapter; provided, however, that if for any reason it is determined that the City of Culver City is without power to adopt Ordinance No. CS-790, or that the State Board of Equalization is without power to perform the functions incident to the administration and operation of the taxes imposed by this Subchapter, the provisions of Ordinances Nos. 627 and CS-152, and all amendments thereto, shall not be deemed to have been suspended, but shall be deemed to have been in full force and effect at the rate of one percent (1%) continuously from and after April 1, 1956. Upon the ceasing of the State Board of Equalization  to perform the functions incident to the administration and operation of the taxes imposed by this Subchapter, the provisions of Ordinances Nos. 627 and CS-152, and all amendments to said Ordinances, shall again be in full force and effect at the rate of one percent (1%). Nothing in this Section shall be construed as relieving any person of the obligation to pay to the City of Culver City any sales or use tax accrued and owing by reason of the provisions of Ordinances Nos. 627 and CS-152 and all amendments thereto, in force and effect prior to and including March 31, 1956.
('65 Code, § 33-12) (Ord. No. CS-797 § 1)