A traffic ordinance of the city of Boston provided, "No person shall allow, permit, or suffer any vehicle registered in his name to stand or park in any street . . . in violation of any of the rules and regulations of the Traffic Commission of the City of Boston." Under this ordinance defendant, the registered owner of a car, was convicted of overtime parking without any evidence that she herself had parked the vehicle. Defendant appealed. Held, under an ordinance such as this absence of criminal intent makes no difference and the registered owner is criminally liable. Commonwealth v. Ober, (Mass. 1934) 189 N. E. 601.