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(A) Penal provision. Any person who shall violate or fail to comply with the enforcement of any of the provisions of this chapter set forth at full length herein, or incorporated by reference, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not more than $500 plus liquidation fees for each offense. A new violation shall be deemed to have been committed every 24 hours of the failure to comply.
(1972 Code, § 6-701)
(B) Gambling equipment. Any person violating any of the provisions of this chapter with reference to gambling, upon conviction thereof, shall be fined in any sum not less than $10 nor more than $500; and, as part of the judgment of conviction, all gambling equipment and paraphernalia seized and exhibited in court, shall be ordered confiscated and destroyed.
(1972 Code, § 6-702)
(C) Work on streets by prisoners. In case prisoners committed to the municipal jail are ordered to work upon the streets, alleys, and common grounds of the municipality, or elsewhere, the jailer shall deliver them from day to day, together with their warrants of commitment, to the person having charge of the work to be done, and may deputize the person to hold the prisoners at work as in the jail of the municipality. The municipal jail is hereby declared to extend to any street or other place designated by the Mayor and Council or Chief of Police for the employment of prisoners; and any prisoner breaking away from the person in charge of him or her while at work, or affecting an escape while at work, shall be liable in the same manner as for breaking jail. No prisoner shall be required to perform the labor above described if the municipal physician certifies that the prisoner’s health will be endangered in so doing. Should the prisoner refuse to perform the work and the Municipal Physician shall refuse to issue the certificate mentioned above, the prisoner may be confined on bread and water diet, for the intervals as the Police Magistrate shall prescribe, until the time as he or she shall be willing to work, or his or her sentence shall expire.
(1972 Code, § 6-703)
(D) (1) Penalty. Any person violating any of the provisions of § 130.34 shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined an amount not exceeding $500. Each day a violation is committed or permitted to continue shall constitute a separate offense and shall be punishable as a separate offense.
(2) Additional remedy; injunction. The Health Officer or a police officer of the City of Schuyler shall take such action as necessary and legal to enforce the provisions of § 130.34. As an additional remedy, the operation or maintenance of any device, instrument, vehicles, or machinery in violation of any provisions of § 130.34 and which causes discomfort or annoyance to reasonable persons of normal sensitiveness or which endangers the comfort, repose, health, or peace of residents in the area shall be deemed, and is declared to be, a public nuisance and may be subject to abatement summarily by a restraining order or injunction issued by a court of competent jurisdiction. No provision of § 130.34 shall be construed to impair any common law or statutory cause of action, or legal remedy therefrom, of any person for injury or damage arising from any violation of this ordinance or from other law.
(Ord. 687, passed 7-20-1982; Ord. 905, passed 11-2-1999; Ord. 2008-08, passed 8-5-2008)