In addition to the things deemed by the common law of the state to be nuisances, the following things are hereby declared to be nuisances.
   (A)   All offensive trades which render the enjoyment of property dangerous.
   (B)   Vicious animals known to be running at large.
   (C)   Ponds of stagnant water, dung heaps, and privies that are allowed to become unclean and obnoxious.
   (D)   Hog pens, pig sties, slaughter pens, and slaughter houses.
   (E)   The deposit of slop, water, or other filth from kitchens or cook houses on any street, lot, alley, or sidewalk of the city.
('83 Code, § 96.01)