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For the purpose of Chapter 10.10, the following terms shall have the following meanings:
A. “Container” means a bottle, can, or other receptacle.
B. “Person” shall include: Any natural person, association, corporation, cooperative, partnership, collective, limited liability company, or any other social or business entity.
C. “Labor Day holiday weekend” means the period of time beginning at 12:01 a.m. of the Saturday proceeding the first Monday in September in the year 2013, through 11:59 p.m. of the first Monday in September of said year.
(Ord. 1242 §2, 2013)
10.100.020 Sacramento River
Consumption of alcoholic beverages and possession of alcoholic beverage containers prohibited along specified portions of the Sacramento River.
A. It shall be unlawful for any person to consume an alcoholic beverage or possess an open alcoholic beverage container during the Labor Day holiday weekend in the following designated areas along the Sacramento River within Glenn County.
1. Those areas extending from the edge of the water upland for a distance of fifty feet on the bank of the river, beginning at the upstream edge of the Highway 32 Bridge traversing the Sacramento River between Butte and Glenn Counties and ending at the mouth of Big Chico Creek:
2. This prohibition includes all bridges and pipeline crossings not otherwise exempted herein.
B. As a result of Section 10.10.020 A.1. and 2., it shall further be unlawful for a person in a vessel, as defined by Section 651 of the Harbors and Navigation Code, or a bather, as defined by Section 651.1 of the Harbors and Navigation Code, from having in his/her possession a container with an alcoholic beverage, whether opened or closed, during the afore-described Labor Day holiday weekend. (See Business and Professions Code Section 25608.12)
C. These prohibitions shall only apply during the Labor Day holiday weekend, as defined in Section 10.10.010.
(Ord. 1242 §2, 2013)
10.100.030 Violation an Infraction
Every person who violates any of the provisions of this chapter is guilty of an infraction. (Ord. 1242 §2, 2013)