CHAPTER XI. PUBLIC OFFENSESCHAPTER XI. PUBLIC OFFENSES\ARTICLE 2. LOCAL PROVISIONS

It shall be unlawful to blast or cause to be blasted rocks, stumps, or other material without having the same covered in a good and sufficient manner as to prevent any fragment of rock or other material from ascending into the air and without having first obtained permission from the governing body, or blast without a sufficient guard to prevent damage or injury to any person or property.

(Code 1972, 17-16)

It shall be unlawful to act in a violent or turbulent manner at or in the public polls on election day, or engage in, aid or encourage the doing or causing to be done, anything calculated to disturb the due and orderly proceedings of any election board on the counting of the votes at any public election held in the city.

(Code 1972, 17-20)

It shall be unlawful to use or operate any truck or vehicle upon any street, alley or public grounds of the city before 9:00 a.m. or after 7:00 p.m. of any day or at any time of day on the first day of the week commonly called Sunday or within 300 feet of any school during school hours or any hospital in the city while the same shall be making and emitting any sound by the use of the amplifiers, speakers or sound making devices.

(Code 1972, 17-25)

When the same may be lawfully operated or used, it shall be unlawful to use or operate any sound amplifier, loudspeaker, or device by electric power in excess of 15 watts in the last stage of amplification or to emit other sound than the human voice or music, or use or operate the same in any manner to be unreasonably loud, raucous, jarring, disturbing or to be a nuisance to persons within the area of audibility or to be profane, lewd, indecent or slanderous.

(Code 1972, 17-26)

It shall be unlawful to shoot or otherwise propel an arrow by the use of a bow or any other means within the city, except the provisions of this section shall not apply to the shooting of a bow and arrow within any licensed shooting gallery that provides for the shooting of bows and arrows in such establishment.

(Ord. 2115, Sec. 2 (b))

It shall be unlawful to throw or bat any ball, stone or other hard substance into, on or across any street or alley or in any public place at or against any building or vehicle or at or toward any person or upon any street or public grounds of the city.

(Code 1972, 17-14)