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Ordinance No. 1991-020

AN ORDINANCE REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. 289, S. 1964 ENTITLED: “AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION ONE (1) OF ORDINANCE NUMBERED ONE HUNDRED NINETY TWO, SERIES OF 1958, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING THE ROAMING, LOITERING OR SLEEPING OF UNCHAPERONED CHILDREN BELOW EIGHTEEN (18) YEARS OF AGE AT LATE HOURS OF THE EVENING OUTSIDE THEIR DOMICILE AND PROVIDING PENALTIES THEREOF, BY STRIKING THE WORDS EIGHTEEN (18) YEARS AND IN ITS PLACE THE WORDS TWENTY ONE (21) YEARS”: -

On joint motion of: Hon. Noe B. Botor

Hon. Erlinda R. Libunao
Hon. Jose L. Grageda
Hon. Rodolfo Z. Fortuno
Hon. Romeo S. Tayo
Hon. Roberto V. De Asis
Hon. Angelo T. Jacar

Be it ordained by the Sangguniang Panlungsod of the City of Naga, that:

SECTION 1. – Ordinance No. 289, S. 1964 entitled: “An Ordinance amending Section one (1) of Ordinance numbered One Hundred Ninety Two, Series of 1958, otherwise known as an ordinance prohibiting the roaming, loitering or sleeping of unchaperoned children below eighteen (18) years of age at late hours of the evening outside their domicile and providing penalties thereof, by striking the word eighteen (18) years and in its place the words twenty one (21) years” is hereby repealed.

SECTION 2. – This ordinance shall take effect upon its approval.

ENACTED: March 27, 1991.

WE HEREBY CERTIFY to the correctness of  the foregoing ordinance.

J. ANTONIO A. AMPARADO
Secretary of the Sangguniang Panlungsod

LOURDES V. ASENCE, M.D.
Vice Mayor & Presiding Officer

APPROVED:

JESSE M. ROBREDO
City Mayor

Ordinance No. 1990-063

AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING ANY PERSON BELOW 18 YEARS OLD FROM DRINKING LIQUOR OR ANY ALCOHOLIC DRINKS OR BEVERAGES CONTAINING NO LESS THAN 4% ALCOHOL OF ITS TOTAL VOLUMER IN PUBLIC PLACES OR ESTABLISHMENTS WITHIN THE CITY OF NAGA AND PROHIBITING ANY PERSON OR PERSONS FROM SELLING, DISPENSING SAID ALCOHOLIC DRINKS TO PERSONS BELOW 18 YEARS OLD AND PROVIDING PENALTIES THEREOF:-

Motioned by: Hon. Noe B. Botor

Seconded by: Hon. Rodolfo Z. Fortuno, Hon. Erlinda R. Libunao

Be it ordained by the Sangguniang Panlungsod of the City of Naga, that:

SECTION 1. -DEFINITION OF TERMS. -The terms for purposes of this ordinance shall mean:

a) Minor – Any person whose age is below 18 years old from his birth date.

b) Alcoholic Drinks or Beverages – Any drinks containing alcohol of no less than 4% of its total volume or content.

c) Establishment – Any licensed or unlicensed store, bars, nightclubs, beer houses/gardens, disco houses, restaurants or any public eating-places.

d) Dispense – To sell, distribute, serve, deal out, and give away with or without monetary consideration.

e) Owner – License or owner of the establishment either called the proprietor(s), president, manager, chairman or head of any partnership or corporation.

SECTION 2. – PROHIBITIONS. – It shall be unlawful for any person below 18 years old to drink any wine/liquor or any alcoholic drinks or beverages in any public place and/or establishment either licensed or unlicensed within the City of Naga.

SECTION 3. – It shall be unlawful to any [person, owner, or establishment to sell or to dispense any alcoholic drinks or beverages to any minor.

SECTION 4. – PENALTY. -(a) Any minor found violating Section 2 hereof shall be punished with a fine of not less than Two Hundred (P200.00) Pesos but more than Five Hundred (P500.00) Pesos or an imprisonment of not less than Five (5) days but not more than Fifteen (15) days; or both such fine and imprisonment at the discretion of the court, with subsidiary imprisonment in case of insolvency.

(b) Any owner of establishment found violating Section 3 hereof should be punished with the following:

1st Offense – a fine of not less than Three hundred (P300.00) Pesos but not more than Five Hundred (P500.00) Pesos; or an imprisonment of not less than one (1) month but not more than two (2) months; or both such fine and imprisonment upon the discretion of the court;

2nd Offense – a fine of not less than Five Hundred (P500.00) Pesos but more than eight Hundred (P800.00) Pesos; or an imprisonment of not less than two (2) months but not mo5re than four (4) months or both such fine and imprisonment upon the discretion of the court;

3rd Offense – a fine of not less than Eight Hundred (P800.00) Pesos but not more than One Thousand (P1, 000.00) Pesos or an imprisonment of not less than four (4) months but not more than six (6) months or both such fine and imprisonment upon the discretion of the court and the closure of the establishment for a period of not more than one (1) month.

SECTION 5. – SEPARABILITY CLAUSE. – Any provision or portion of this ordinance found to be unconstitutional or invalid shall not impair the other provisions or parts thereof which shall continue to be enforce and in effect.

SECTION 6. – REPEALING CLAUSE. -All ordinances, rules, orders and regulations or parts thereof, which are inconsistent or in conflict with any of the provisions of this ordinance are hereby modified and/or repealed accordingly.

SECTION 7. – EFFECTIVITY. -This ordinance shall be in full force and effect thirty (30) days immediately upon it’s approval.

ENACTED: September 26, 1990.

WE HEREBY CERTIFY to the correctness of  the foregoing ordinance.

J. ANTONIO A. AMPARADO
Secretary to the Sangguniang Panlungsod

LOURDES V. ASENCE, M.D.
Vice Mayor & Presiding Officer

APPROVED:

JESSE M. ROBREDO
City Mayor

ATTESTED:

J. ANTONIO A. AMPARDO
City Secretary

Ordinance No. 1989-061

AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE ACTIVITIES AND SERVICES OF MINORS IN THE CITY OF NAGA: -

Motioned by: Hon. Jose Grageda

Seconded by: Hon. Rodolfo Fortuno, Hon. Erlinda Libunao

Be it ordained by the Sangguniang Panlungsod of the City of Naga, that:

SECTION 1. – TITLE OF ORDINANCE. – This Ordinance shall be known as “The Organized Services of Minors Ordinance of the City of Naga”;

SECTION 2. – SCOPE OF ORDINANCE. – The provisions of this ordinance shall govern, control, direct, regulate and supervise the activities and services of minors in the City of Naga, in line with the purposes of P.D. 603, otherwise known as the “Child and Youth Welfare Code”;

SECTION 3. – DEFINITION OF TERMS. – Words and Phrases as used in the ordinance:

a. MINORS shall refer to any persons under 18 pears of age who either roam the city streets and public places without any purposes and/or who engage in activities and services for as fee;

b. ACTIVITIES AND SERVICES FOR A FEE would include but not limited to, watching your cars, market portering, car washings, shoe shine, vending cigarettes, newspapers, bags and similar items, and like activities in return for a certain sum of money;

c. PUBLIC OR SEMI-PUBLIC PLACES refer to markets, plazas, parking areas, terminals, gasoline stations, and the like, which are not otherwise prohibited by any law or ordinance.

SECTION 4. – The activities and services of minors in the city of Naga are hereby regulated as follows:

a. All minors in the City of Naga shall be organized before they can engage in activities and services for a fee;

b. He shall be registered with the Boy Scouts of the Philippines, Camarines sur Council or the Girl Scouts of the Philippines, Naga City Council thru the concerned Group for Street Children and CITY INP Station Command;

c. Upon becoming a member, the minor shall be assigned to a Boy Scout or Girl Scout Troop as the case maybe under an adult leader under whom he shall be trained the boy or girl scouting activities and programs including proper guidance in engaging in the activities and services for a fee;

d. The minors under the guidance of the concerned leaders shall be organized according to areas of activities and services and shall perform such activities and services dull identified by an ID card or any identifying mark/ensignia or the like;

e. The minors shall not insist on rendering the activities and services for a fee if the prospective customer refuses to engage their services;

f. The following fees are hereby prescribed for the services rendered:

(f-1)

Market portering P 1.00 for 20 kilos or less in weight and an additional of P 0.10 for every kilo in excess of 20 kilos.

(f-2)

Watching and cleaning car 1.00 per hour

(f-3)

Car washing

3.00 for bantam car
4.00 for light car
5.00 for heavy car

(f-4)

Shoes Shine

Ordinary – 3.00 per pair
Boots – 6.00 per pair

(f-5)

Retail prices of cigarettes, bags, newspapers and the like shall nto go beyond the current prevailing prices.

g. the areas of activities shall be limited to the following:

(g-1)

Portering In the market, bus and jeepney terminals and in their nearby vicinities;

(g-2)

Watching and rug Cleaning car In parking areas; (Gen. Luna from corner Prieto St., to Zamora St.);

(g-3)

Car Washing In private properties and/or designated areas;

(g-4)

Shoe Shine, vending cigarettes, bags, newspapers and the like In designated areas but not along sidewalks and streets in downtown Naga.

SECTION 5. – For this purpose and to ensure the effective implementation of the ordinance, the Camarines Sur Boy Scout Council, the girl Scout of the Philippines, Naga City Council, the Concerned Group for Street Children, and the City INP Station Command and The Department of Social Welfare and Development are hereby authorized to coordinate among themselves and shall promulgate rules and regulations and/or guidelines to effectively implement this ordinance upon its approval.

SECTION 6. – Expenses for the implementation of this program shall be charged to the annual appropriation of the City under the aid to Naga City Street Children;

SECTION 7. – Any minor who violates this ordinance shall be punished by a confinement at the Lingap Center for one (1) week for rehabilitation purposes;

SECTION 8. – This ordinance shall take effect upon its approval.

ENACTED: September 27, 1989.

WE HEREBY CERTIFY to the correctness of  the foregoing ordinance.

J. ANTONIO A. AMPARADO
City Secretary

LOURDES V. ASENCE, M.D.
Vice Mayor & Presiding Officer

APPROVED:

JESSE M. ROBREDO
City Mayor

ATTESTED:

GABRIEL H. BORDADO, JR.
Secretary to the Mayor