§ 93.27  BURNING TRASH OUTSIDE; RECEPTACLES REQUIRED.
   No person shall kindle or maintain a bonfire, or burn trash, lumber, leaves, straw, or other combustible material in any street or alley, or on any premises or vacant lot, unless burning be done in covered receptacles of not more than l-l/4-inch wire mesh, or of metal or of concrete blocks.  Such receptacle must be located at least 15 feet from any building or structure.  The Chief of the Fire Department may issue a general permit, by publication, during seasons of the year, for the burning of leaves or other like materials outside the receptacles.  All burning of materials outside the receptacles shall be conducted on still days, during daylight, with an adult in constant attendance, and shall be done in a location at least 25 feet from any building or structure, and where standing grass or weeds will not communicate fire to nearby property.
('60 Code, § 7-4)  (Ord. passed 1-7-52)  Penalty, see § 93.99