Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 76A.djvu/590

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-494(4) roams about from place to place without any lawful business, and without being able to give a satisfactory account of himself; (5) loiters, prowls or wanders upon the property of another, in the nighttime, without visible or lawful business with the owner or occupant thereof; (6) while loitering, prowling or wandering upon the property of another in the manner and circumstances described by paragraph (4) of this section, peeks in the door or window of a building or structure located thereon which is inhabited by human beings, without visible or lawful business with the owner or occupant thereof; (7) being able by lawful means, to support himself or his spouse or his or her children, willfully refuses or neglects to do 8o; (8) being a common prostitute, wanders in the public streets or highways, or in a place of public resort and oehaves in a riotous and indecent manner; (9) being in a street, highway or public place, accosts a stranger and offers to take him to the house or residence of a prostitute; (10) being a common prostitute or nightwalker, loiters in a street or highway and importunes passengers for the purpose of prostitution; (11) wanders abroad or places himself in a public place, street, whari, highway, court or passage in order to beg or gather alms or to cause, procure or encourage a child to so do; (12) being in a street, highway or public place, accosts a stranger or follows him about, without lawful authority or excuse; (13) pretends or professes to tell fortunes by palmistry, "ooeah" or any such like superstitious means, or uses or pretends to use any subtle craft or device, in order to deceive and impose upon other persons; (li) lives in or loiters about houses of ill fame; (15) wanders about the streets at late or unusual hours of night, without any visible or lawful business, and without being able to give a satisfactory account of himself; (16) loiters in or about public toilets in public places; (17) annoys or molests a child under the age of 18 years; (18) loiters about a school or public place at or near which school children attend; (19) willfully exposes to view in a street, road, highway or public place, or in the window or other part of a shop or other building situated in a street, road, highway or public place, an obscene print, picture or other indecent exhibition; (20) willfully, openly and obscenely exposes his person in a public street, road, highway or place of public resort, or in view thereof; (21) wanders abroad and endeavors by the exposure of wounds and deformities to obtain or gather alms; (22) endeavors to procure charitable contributions under any false or fraudulent pretenses; (23) being known to be a pickpocket, thief, burglar, or confidence operator, either by his own confession or by his having been convicted as such, and having no visible or other lawful means of support, loiters around a steamboat landing, railroad depot, banking institution, broker's office, place of amusement, auction room, store, shop, or crowded thoroughfare, car, or omnibus, or a public gathering or assembly;