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Issue No: 87
September 27 , 2008

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Persons may not sleep on a road
Citation: 130.02 Sleeping in public
It shall be unlawful and an infraction for any person to lie or sleep on any sidewalk, street, alley, or other public place in the city.

One must seek written permission from the Director of Public Works before playing baseball in a city park
Citation: 93.55 Baseball playing.
It shall be unlawful to throw or hit or knock any baseball with a ball bat or any other instrument or engage in or play the game of baseball in any other manner on any city park or playground without first obtaining written permission to do so from the Director of Public Works. The Director of Public Works is hereby authorized and empowered to specify the conditions under which the game of baseball may be engaged in or played at any city park or playground. For the purposes of this section, the term ?baseball? shall mean any ball having a circumference of less than 11? inches or a weight of less than six ounces and which is commonly used in the game known as baseball.

Elementary schools may not host poker tournaments
Citation: Section 8-121. Gambling on or about school property.
No person shall play, participate in, or bet for or against any game not mentioned in Section 330 or 330a of the Penal Code of the State of California, in any public place or in any place exposed to the public view located within three hundred feet of any school if said game is played, conducted, dealt, or carried on with cards, dice, or other device, for money, checks, chips, credits, or any other thing which has or represents value.

It is illegal to sell gasoline to a drunken person
Citation: Section 8-124. Sale of Gasoline to intoxicated person.
No person shall sell, loan, give or deliver gasoline to any person under the influence of intoxicating liquor.

Permanent markers may not be sold in the city limits
Citation: Section 8-133.2. Display of aerosol spray paint containers and marker pens.
It shall be unlawful for any person, firm, or corporation doing business within the City of Fresno to store, stock, keep or display for sale or transfer any aerosol spray paint container, or any indelible ink marker pen with a tip exceeding four millimetres in width, in an area other than a place that is locked and secure or is otherwise made unavailable to the public and which is accessible only to employees of such businesses.

No one may annoy a lizard in a city park
Citation: Section 8-410. Distributing animals in parks.
No person shall hunt, pursue, annoy, throw stones or missiles at, or molest or disturb in any way, any animal, bird or reptile within the confines of any park.

One may not take his dog on an elevator with him
Citation: 6.08.030 Restrictions-Public elevators.
No person owning or having charge, care, custody or control of any dog shall cause or allow it to go or be taken into any elevator in any office building, retail store or public building. This section shall not apply to dogs being used by the blind.

A person must be 18 years old to buy a wax container
Citation: 8.40.010 Findings
The council finds that:
A. Large numbers of paraffin or wax containers are being discarded on the sidewalks of the city by children. Such containers, when discarded, become soft from the warmth of the sun and create a waxy, oily, greasy, slippery, dangerous and unsightly condition. The condition is aggravated because the contents of the containers attract large numbers of noxious flies.

B. The discarded wax containers constitute a hazard to pedestrians and make the sidewalks unsafe for foot travel because of the greasy and slippery condition resulting on the sidewalks. Several persons have fallen because of that condition. Such containers are a hazard to the health of the city because of the number of flies attracted to them.

C. Because of the hazard to pedestrians and the hazard to health and safety, the presence of the containers is a public nuisance.

D. This public nuisance can best be abated by prohibiting the retail sale, gift or transfer of the containers to any person under the age of eighteen years in the city.

Source: www.crazy-laws.com.


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