Chapter 9.08
OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC DECENCYlinklink

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9.08.010: PANDERING:
9.08.020: PROSTITUTION:
9.08.030: SOLICITATION:
9.08.040: HOUSE OF ILL FAME:
9.08.050: CRIMINAL PENALTIES:

9.08.010: PANDERING:linklink


A. Any person who shall induce, persuade, encourage, inveigle, entice, force, or cause another person, including a spouse, to become a prostitute or an inmate of a house of prostitution shall be guilty of pandering.


B. Any person who shall knowingly accept, receive, levy or appropriate any money or valuable thing without consideration from the proceeds of any person engaged in prostitution or detain any person for purposes of prostitution because of any debt, shall be guilty of pandering.


C. Any person who shall knowingly transport any other person for the purpose of prostitution shall be guilty of pandering.


D. Any person who is a pimp, panderer, or procurer or who commits any such acts or who lives in a house of prostitution shall be guilty of pandering. (Ord. 102, 1989: Ord. 53 §1, 1972)

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9.08.020: PROSTITUTION:linklink

Any person who engages in or accepts an offer to engage in any act of prostitution shall be guilty of prostitution under this Chapter. (Ord. 53 §2, 1972)
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9.08.030: SOLICITATION:linklink


A. Any person who solicits, engages in, or accepts an offer to engage in any act of prostitution shall be guilty of solicitation under the provisions of this Chapter.


B. Any person who solicits, engages in, or accepts an offer to engage in any lewd or dissolute conduct shall be guilty of solicitation under the provisions of this Chapter.


C. Any person who directs any person to any place for the purpose of committing any lewd or indecent act, or any act of prostitution or fornication shall be guilty of solicitation under the provisions of this Chapter.


D. Any peace officer while functioning in the scope of his duty shall be exempt from the provisions of this Section. (Ord. 53 §3, 1972)

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9.08.040: HOUSE OF ILL FAME:linklink


A. Any person who shall keep or rent any house, trailer, vehicle, boat or other place for the purpose of carrying on prostitution shall be guilty of keeping a house of ill fame under the provisions of this Chapter.


B. In the trial of all cases arising under the provisions of subsection A of this Section, evidence of general reputation shall be deemed competent evidence as to the question of the ill fame of any house alleged to be so kept. (Ord. 53 §4, 1972)

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9.08.050: CRIMINAL PENALTIES:linklink

Any person violating any of the provisions of this Chapter shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 53 §5, 1972)
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