[CC 1991 §3-1; Ord. No. 30 §1, 1-5-1948]
It shall be unlawful for any person to stick, post or place upon any house, fence, wall, post or other structure within the City upon private property any advertisement, bill, sign, poster or device of any kind, without first having obtained written permission from the owner of such private property therefor.
[CC 1991 §3-2; Ord. No. 30 §1, 1-5-1948]
It shall be unlawful for any person to paint, paste, post, place or affix any advertisement, bill, placard, poster, sign or device of any kind, upon any tree, pole, post, hydrant, bridge or any structure upon any public street, sidewalk, alley, parkway, park or other public place in the City.
[CC 1991 §3-3; Ord. No. 30 §1, 1-5-1948]
[CC 1991 §3-4]
It shall be unlawful for any person to wrongfully and maliciously tear down, deface or cover up any official notice.
Editor's Note — Ord. no. 2005-1478 §1, adopted December 20, 2005, repealed art. II "distribution of handbills" and sections 615.050 — 615.120 in their entirety. Former sections 615.050 — 615.120 derived from CC 1991 §§3-16 — 3-23; ord. no. 94-996A §§1 — 12, 5-17-1994. At the editor's discretion, sections 615.050 — 615.120 have been reserved for the city's future use. Material regarding "distribution of handbills" can now be found at section 620.210.