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When an officer arrests a person for violation of sections in this chapter regulating liquor, the officer may take into the officer’s possession all alcoholic liquor and other property included under the preceding section, which the person arrested has in the person’s possession, or on the person’s premises, which apparently is being used or kept in violation of this chapter. If the person arrested is convicted, and the court finds that alcoholic liquor and other property have been used in violation of this chapter, such forfeiture proceedings as are authorized by state law may be instituted.

(Section 4.205 administratively amended by Ordinance No. 20113, enacted April 6, 1998, effective May 6, 1998.)