A.   Removal:
      1.   It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to put, place or cause to be put or placed anywhere upon a public street or sidewalk, and it shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation owning, occupying or having control of any premises after reasonable notice by the chief of police or any police official, to suffer to be or remain in front thereof, upon the sidewalk, on the half of the street next to such premises:
         a.   Any broken ware, glass, filth, rubbish or refuse matter on the half of the street next to such premises;
         b.   Any wagons, old automobiles, lumber, wood, boxes, fencing, building material, merchandise or other things which shall obstruct such public streets or sidewalks, or any part thereof, or the free use and enjoyment thereof, or the free passage over and upon the same, or any part thereof, without the permission of the supervisor of streets;
         c.   Any goods, wares or merchandise for sale or show, or otherwise, beyond three feet (3') of the front line of the lot where such goods, wares or merchandise may be exposed.
      2.   No person receiving or delivering goods, wares or merchandise in this city shall place or keep upon any sidewalk in said city any goods, wares, or merchandise for a longer period than two (2) hours. Any person violating any of the provisions of this subsection shall, upon conviction thereof, be guilty of an infraction, and subject to penalty as provided in section 1-4-1 of this code.
   B.   Games Obstructing Unlawful: It shall be unlawful for any person to obstruct any sidewalk or street by games of any kind, playing of ball, quoits, marbles, jumping, rolling of hoops, flying of kites or roller skating, to annoy or obstruct the free travel of any pedestrian or vehicle. (1949 Code §§ 15-0-15 and 16-0-13; amd. 2006 Code; Ord. O-21-14, 11-10-2021)