§ 91.16  PUBLIC NUISANCES AFFECTING HEALTH.
   The following are declared to be nuisances affecting health:
   (A)   Exposed accumulation of decayed or unwholesome food or vegetable matter;
   (B)   All diseased animals running at large;
   (C)   Carcasses of animals not buried or destroyed within 24 hours after death;
   (D)   Accumulations of manure, refuse or other debris;
   (E)   Privy vaults and garbage cans which are not rodent-free or fly-tight or which are so maintained as to constitute a health hazard or to emit foul and disagreeable odors;
   (F)   The pollution of any public or private well or cistern, stream or lake, canal or body of water by sewage, industrial waste or other substances;
   (G)   All noxious weeds and other rank growths of vegetation upon public or private property;
   (H)   Dense smoke, noxious fumes, gas and soot or cinders, in unreasonable quantities;
   (I)   Open or controlled burning in violation of state statutes and regulations;
   (J)   All public exposure of persons having a contagious disease; and
   (K)   Any offensive trade or business as defined by statute and not licensed by the city.
(Prior Code, § 10.56)  Penalty, see § 10.99