§ 642.26  ADVERTISING ON PRIVATE AND PUBLIC PROPERTY.
   (A)   Private property. No person shall stick or post any advertisement, poster, sign, handbill or placard of any description upon any building, vehicle, tree, post, fence, billboard or other structure or thing, the private property of another, without permission of the occupant or owner of the same, nor paint, mark, write, print, impress or in any manner attach any notice or advertisement or the name of any commodity or thing or any trade mark, symbol or figure of any kind upon anything, the property of another, without first obtaining permission of the owner of such thing on which such person desires to place such notice, advertisement, name, mark or figure.
   (B)   Public property. No person shall stick, post or attach any advertisement, poster, sign, handbill or placard of any kind or description upon any telegraph, telephone, railway or electric light pole within the corporate limits or upon any public building, vehicle, voting booth, flagging, curb, tree lawn, walk, step, stone or sidewalk, nor write, print, impress or in any manner attach any notice or advertisement of any kind upon any public building, voting booth, flagging, curb, tree lawn, step, stone or sidewalk, the property of the municipality or within the street lines of the municipality or over which the municipality or Council has the care, custody or control, except such as may be required by the laws of the state or upon written permission of the Mayor.
   (C)   Penalty. Whoever violates any of the provisions of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor of the third degree. A separate offense shall be deemed committed each day during or on which a violation occurs or continues.
(Ord. 261-1957, passed 12-2-1957)