§ 93.03  PUBLIC NUISANCES AFFECTING MORALS, DECENCY.
   The following are hereby declared to be public nuisances affecting public morals and decency:
   (A)   Gambling devices. All gambling devices, slot machines and punch boards;
   (B)   Betting. Betting, bookmaking and all apparatuses used in such occupations;
   (C)   Illegal liquor. All places where intoxicating and 3.2% malt liquors are manufactured, sold, bartered or given away in violation of law, or where persons are permitted to resort for the purpose of drinking intoxicating or 3.2% malt liquors as a beverage contrary to law, or where intoxicating or 3.2% malt liquors are kept for sale, barter or distribution in violation of law, and all liquors, bottles, kegs, pumps, bars and other property kept at and used for maintaining such a place;
   (D)   Illegal consumption. Unlawful consumption of intoxicating liquor and 3.2% malt liquor in any theater, recreation hall or center, dance hall, ball park or other place of public gathering used for purpose of entertainment, amusement or playing of games;
   (E)   Illegal vehicles. Any vehicle used for the illegal transportation of intoxicating liquor, or 3.2% malt liquor; and
   (F)   Window peeping. The looking into or peeping through doors, windows or openings of private homes by methods of stealth and without proper authority and by surreptitious methods, or what is commonly known as window peeping.
(1990 Code, § 1503.030)  Penalty, see § 10.99