7. That any person violating any of the foregoing provisions or any rule or regulation
prescribed thereunder, shall be subject to a penalty, for each violation, to be imposed
upon conviction by the court or magistrate hearing the same, of not exceeding twenty
dollars, and in default of payment thereof the offender may be committed to the county
jail for any term not exceeding ten days; the penalties herein provided may be enforced
by or before any justice of the peace, police justice or judge, or recorder, of any
municipality within such county; and process in the nature of a warrant may be issued,
or complaint made on oath, for the apprehending of the offender, or such offender
may be arrested on view without warrant by any police officer, sheriff or constable
in such county.
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