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(A) For the purpose of this section the following definition shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
MIDGET PICTURE MACHINE. Any device which displays or is capable of displaying a motion picture or series of still pictures from any size film, with or without accompanying sound track; which is capable of being viewed by not more than two persons simultaneously; and the use of which is conditioned upon the payment of money or a thing of value by the viewer.
(B) No person, firm, corporation, or other organization operating a midget picture machine duly licensed by the city shall permit persons under 21 years of age to play, operate, use, or view the machine.
(C) No person, firm, corporation, or other organization holding a license for such a machine shall operate the machine within 600 feet of any church, school, or playground.
(D) No person, firm, corporation, or other organization shall permit the machine to be operated in any location other than one which is well lighted at least to the equivalent of 100 candle power and which is open and available to the plain view of the persons within the establishment where the machine is located and also open to the plain view of the persons standing outside of the building within which the machine is located.
('58 Code, § 31.71) (Ord. 73-19, passed 2-27-73; Ord. 76-49, passed 5-11-79) Penalty, see § 10.99