"Family"; One person living alone or two or more persons
<br />living together.
<br />"Garage, (private) ": An accessory building or an accessory por-
<br />tion of the main building, designed or used only for the shelter
<br />or storage of vehicles owned or operated by the occupants of the
<br />main building.
<br />"Home Occupation ": Any vocation, trade or profession car -
<br />ried on within a, dwelling by the inhabitants thereof, where only
<br />electric power, not in excess of an aggregate of one (1) horsepower,
<br />• is used, no merchandise or other articles are displayed for ad-
<br />vertising purposes and no assistants are employed except as per-
<br />mitted in certain districts.
<br />"Hotel"; Any building or portion thereof containing six (6)
<br />or more guest rooms used or intended or designed to be used, let
<br />or hired out to be occupied or which are occupied by six (6) or more
<br />guests, whether the compensation for hire be paid directly or in-
<br />directly in money, goods, wares, merchandise, labor or otherwise
<br />and shall include hotels, lodging and rooming houses, dormitories,
<br />turkish baths, bachelor hotels, studio hotels, public and private
<br />clubs, and any such building of any nature whatsoever so oc-
<br />cupied, designed or intended to be occupied except jails, hospitals,
<br />asylums, sanitariums, orphanages, prisons, detention homes, and all
<br />similar buildings where human beings are housed, and detained
<br />under legal restraint.
<br />"Kitchen ": Any room used or intended or designed to be used
<br />for cooking and /or the preparation of food.
<br />(1) A parcel of real property as shown as a delineated parcel
<br />of land with a separate and distinct number of other ,designation
<br />on a plat recorded in the office of the County Recorder of Orange
<br />County; or
<br />(2) A parcel of real property not so delineated and containing
<br />less than 6,000 square feet and abutting at least one public street
<br />or alley, and held under separate ownership from adjacent prop-
<br />erty prior to the effective date of Ordinance No. 440 of the City of
<br />Newport Beach; or
<br />(3) A parcel of real property containing not less than 6,000
<br />square feet abutting at least one public street or alley, if the
<br />same was a portion of a larger piece of real property held under
<br />the same ownership prior to the said effective date of said Ordin-
<br />ance No. 440; or
<br />• (4) A lot as hereinabove described under (1) of this definition,
<br />plus all or a portion of an adjacent lot as so defined under one
<br />ownership; or
<br />(5) Portions of such adjacent lots under one ownership con-
<br />taining a total of not less than 6,000 square feet.
<br />"Lot, (corner) ": A lot located at the junction of two or more
<br />intersecting streets, with a boundary line .thereof bordering on
<br />each of the two streets and having a width not greater than eighty
<br />(80) feet. -
<br />"Lot, (interior) ": A lot which is not a •corner lot is aninterior
<br />"Lot, (through) ": A corner or inside lot, having frontage on
<br />two parallel or approximately parallel streets, or two streets the
<br />center lines of which if projected would not make an angle of more
<br />than thirty (30) degrees.
<br />"Key Lot": The first lot to the rear of a corner lot, the
<br />front line of such key lot fronting upon the side street for such
<br />corner lot.
<br />"Lot Area ": For the purpose of this ordinance shall mean the
<br />total horizontal area included within lot lines and shall include
<br />one -half M) of the width of any alley, or portions thereof, abutting
<br />any such lot line.
<br />"Lot Depth ": The average horizontal distance from the front
<br />lot line to the rear line measured in the mean direction of the
<br />side lot lines
<br />"Lot Width ": The average horizontal distance between the
<br />side lot lines measured parallel to the front lot line.
<br />"Lot Lines": The established division lines between parcels
<br />of property, public or private.
<br />"Lot Lines (front) ": The line separating the lot from the
<br />street in the case of an inside lot, and the line separating the
<br />narrowest street frontage of the lot from the street in the case
<br />• of a corner lot, and in the case of through lots, the lines separating
<br />the lot from the streets shall be considered as front lot lines.
<br />"Lot Lines (rear) ": That lot boundary line which is opposite
<br />and most distant from and not coterminous with the front lot line.
<br />"Lot Lines (side) ": Any lot boundary line not a front lot line
<br />or a rear lot line.
<br />"Non- conforming Building, Improvements or Uses ": Building,
<br />improvements or uses which lawfully existed on any lot or premises
<br />prior to the effective date of any regulation, classification or re-
<br />striction under this ordinance, or any amendment thereof, but which
<br />at such effective date did not comply with the regulations of this
<br />ordinance, and which thereafter uninterruptedly continue to exist