§ 130.51  DISTURBING THE PEACE.
   (A)   If any person shall go into or near any public place, or into or near any private home in this city, and shall use loud and vociferous, or obscene, vulgar, or indecent language, or swear, or curse, or yell or shriek, or expose his or her person, or rudely display any pistol or other deadly weapon, in a manner calculated to disturb the inhabitants of that public place or home, that person shall be subject to penalties as provided in § 130.99.
   (B)   For the purpose of this section, the following definition shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
      PUBLIC PLACE.  Any public road, street, or alley of the city, or any inn, tavern, store, grocery, or workshop, or place at which people are assembled, or to which people commonly resort for purposes of business, amusement, recreation, or other lawful purpose.
   (C)   Any person or persons who shall be guilty of willful loud talking, laughing, whistling, cat-calling, smoking, or throwing paper or other missiles from one place to another, or be guilty of any other act or conduct tending to harass, annoy, or disturb any of the spectators or actors or performers in any theater, opera house, or hall in the city, while any performance is going on, or while persons are assembled for the purpose of witnessing any performance, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
(Ord. 21, passed 6-5-1961)  Penalty, see § 130.99