Any person who owns a pool risks a $2500 fine and a year in prison for not closing the gate to the pool when they get done swimming in it.
152-3. Gates. All gates shall be self-closing and self-latching, with latches placed at least four (4) feet above the ground. It shall be unlawful for any such gate to be allowed to remain unfastened while the pool is not in use. Fences shall be constructed so as to come within two (2) inches of the…
It is illegal to own gold
Executive Order 6102 was signed on April 5, 1933, by U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt “forbidding the Hoarding of gold coin, gold bullion, and gold certificates within the continental United States”. The order criminalized the possession of monetary gold by any individual, partnership, association or corporation. This was followed up by the Gold Reserve Act…
No one may keep junk close to someone else.
5-1-3: KEEPING JUNK: The storing or keeping by any person within the Town of any old articles or materials which may be classified as junk, adjacent to or in close proximity to any public building, public park or grounds, business buildings or residences without first providing fully enclosed buildings for the storage of the same,…
It is illegal to store your own stuff in your own garage
According to Chapter 6 of the San Francisco Housing Code, “Private and public storage garages in apartment houses and hotels shall be used only for storage of automobiles.” Failing to comply with the law can lead to fines of up to $500. [Added by Ord. 399-89, App. 11/6/89; amended by Ord. 161-92, App. 6/4/92; Ord….
Boulders may not be rolled on city property.
5-4-8 Rolling or Throwing Rocks on Public Property. No person shall roll, throw, or otherwise move any rocks or boulders on any public property. But this section does not apply to city employees acting within the scope of their employment.