A person commits the crime of soliciting if he:
(a) Accosts, solicits, or invites another person in any public place, or in or from any place, structure, house, building, or vehicle, by word, gesture, or any other means, to commit prostitution or do any other lewd or immoral or illegal act; or
(b) Receives or admits or offers to receive or admit any person or knowingly permits any person to remain in any such place for such purpose.
(Ord. 2505, passed 7-28-1975; Ord. 3107, passed 8-14-1989)