(a)    No person shall stick or post any advertisement, poster, sign, handbill or placard of any description upon any private building, or upon any tree, post, fence, billboard or any other structure or thing whatever, the property of another, without permission of the occupant or owner of the same, nor shall any person paint, mark, write, print or impress, or in any manner attach any notice or advertisement, or the name of any commodity or thing, or any trademark, symbol or figure of any kind, upon anything whatever, the property of another, without first obtaining permission of the owner of such thing on which it is desired to place such notice, advertisement, name, mark or figure.
   (b)    Whoever violates this section is guilty of advertising on private property, a minor misdemeanor.
(Ord. 34-96. Passed 7-1-96.)