(A)   Unlawful to obstruct hydrant. No person shall in any manner obstruct the access to any drain cock, hydrant or valve, or any public faucet or opening in any street, avenue, alley, public ground or place connected with or a part of the system or plant, nor pile or place any lumber, brick or building material or other article, thing or hindrance whatsoever so as to in any manner interfere with the access.
   (B)   Water, water supply not to be obstructed. It shall be unlawful for any person or corporation in any manner to interfere with or obstruct the flow, retention, storage or authorized use of water in the water system or plant, or to interfere with or obstruct in any manner the supply or source of supply of the water, or to pollute in any manner the water or the sources of supply, or to throw or place therein or mix therewith any foreign substance whatever, or cause, suffer or permit the same to be done.
   (C)   Injure, destroy property.  It shall be unlawful for any person or corporation to injure, break, mar, deface, tear down, remove or displace in whole or in part any water main, hydrant, fountain, valve, engine or building or any part thereof connected with the water system or plant or any part, parcel, appurtenance or appliance of the system or plant.
(1983 Code, § 7-1-14)  Penalty, see § 52.99