A.   Turning On After Being Turned Off Prohibited: It shall be unlawful for any person, after the water has been turned off from the premises for nonpayment of water charges or other violation of the ordinances, rules, regulations or resolutions pertaining to the water supply, to turn on or allow the water to be turned on, tampered with, adjusted or used without authority from the city administrator or an authorized employee of the city. Violation of this subsection is a class B misdemeanor, subject to penalty as provided in section 1-4-1 of this code. (1978 Code § 14-122, as amended; amd. 2007 Code)
   B.   Separate Connections: It shall be unlawful for two (2) or more families or service users to be supplied from the same service pipe, connection or water meter unless special permission for such combination usage has been granted by the city council, and the premises served are owned by the same owner. In all such cases, a failure on the part of any one of the users to comply with this subsection shall warrant a withholding of a supply of water through the service connections until compliance or payment has been made, and in any event, the property owner shall be primarily liable to the city for all water services utilized on all such premises. Nothing herein shall be deemed to preclude the power of the city to require separate pipes, connections or meters at a subsequent time. (1978 Code § 14-123, as amended)
   C.   Unauthorized Users: It shall be unlawful for any water service user to permit any person from other premises or any unauthorized person to use or obtain water service regularly from his premises or water facilities, either outside or inside his premises. (1978 Code § 14-124, as amended)
   D.   Adjoining Premises: No consumer shall be permitted to conduct water pipes across lots or buildings to adjoining premises without permission from the city council and subject to such requirements relating to controls as may be imposed by him. (1978 Code § 14-127, as amended; amd. 2007 Code)
   E.   Visitors: Individuals visiting the premises of an authorized user in a recreational vehicle, not including a mobile home, and continuing to live therein during the period of visitation may receive water service from the service pipes or facilities of the host during the visitation period which shall not exceed three (3) months. Continued use thereafter shall be deemed unauthorized and violative of the provisions of this chapter relating to separate connections and unauthorized use. (1978 Code § 14-125, as amended)