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(a) An owner or manager, or his agent or employee, of a bookstore, newsstand, theater or other commercial establishment engaged in selling materials or exhibiting performances, who, in the course of business:
(1) Possesses five or more identical or substantially similar obscene articles, having knowledge of the character, is presumed to possess them in violation of Section 666.12(a).
(b) Without limitation on the manner in which such notice may be given, actual notice of the character of material or a performance may be given in writing by the chief legal officer of the Municipality. Such notice, regardless of the manner in which it is given, shall identify the sender, identify the material or performance involved, state whether it is obscene or harmful to juveniles, and bear the date of such notice.
(c) Sections 666.11 and 666.12 do not apply to a motion picture operator or projectionist acting within the scope of his employment as an employee of the owner or manager of a theater or other place for the showing of motion pictures to the general public and having no managerial responsibility or financial interest in his place of employment, other than wages.