§ 29.29.

VIOLATIONS AND CRIMINAL PENALTIES

a.

Any permittee, as defined in Section 29.1, of a massage establishment or outcall massage service or any employer of a massage practitioner who violates Health Code Section 29.2 which requires a permit to engage in the practice of massage, Health Code Section 29.6 which requires presentation of an identification card to any City health inspector, Health Code Section 29.10 which requires practitioners not certified by the CAMTC pursuant to the California Business and Professions Code to obtain a permit to operate a massage establishment, solo practitioner massage establishment, or outcall massage service, Health Code Section 29.12(g) which prohibits the use of any room in which massage services are provided to be used as a sleeping room, Health Code Section 29.15 which requires every permit holder or employer to ensure that a massage practitioner, who is not certified by the CAMTC, has obtained a permit, Health Code Section 29.16 which requires a register of practitioners to be available for inspection, Health Code Section 29.17 which prohibits the employment of any individual under the age of 18, Health Code Section 29.18, which requires display of a permit and prohibits operation between the hours of 10 p.m. and 7 a.m., or any rule or regulation adopted pursuant to Section 29.25, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be punished by a fine not to exceed $1,000 or by imprisonment in the County Jail not to exceed six months, or by both. A person convicted of violating this Section shall be deemed guilty of a separate offense for every day such violation shall continue.

b.

Nothing in this Section shall preclude the prosecution of anyone under the laws of the State of California or of the United States of America.

History

(Added as Sec. 1928.2 by Ord. 140-09, File No. 090403, App. 7/2/2009; redesignated and amended by Ord. 262-13, File No. 130400, App. 11/27/2013, Eff. 12/27/2013)

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