Miami police had a rather practical way of enforcing parking regulations before the development of traffic tickets. They simply seized an automobile's front seat and held it at headquarters until the owner redeemed the cushion by payment of a fine.
|Police collecting front cushions from illegally|
parked automobiles. Nov. 21, 1925.
Photograph by Gleason Waite Romer.
(Click image to enlarge.)
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