§ 131.04  DAMAGE TO OTHER PROPERTY.
   (A)   The following acts shall be unlawful:
      (1)   To knowingly damage any property of another without his or her consent.
      (2)   To recklessly, by means of fire or explosive, damage property of another.
      (3)   To knowingly start a fire on the land of another without his or her consent.
      (4)   To knowingly injure a domestic animal of another without his or her consent.
      (5)   To knowingly deposit on the land or in the building of another, without his or her consent, any stink bomb or any offensive-smelling compound and thereby intends to interfere with the use by another of the land or building; or
      (6)   To damage any property with intent to defraud an insurer.  ('74 Code, § 19-34)
      (7)   To knowingly damage any property supported in whole or in part with city funds administered or granted through a city agency without the consent of the city;
      (8)   To knowingly, by means of fire or explosive, damages property supported in whole or in part with city funds or granted administered through city agencies.
      (9)   To knowingly start a fire on property supported in whole or in part with city funds administered or granted through city agencies without the consent of the city.
      (10)   To knowingly deposit on land or in a building supported in whole or in part with city funds or funds administered or granted through city agencies without the consent of the city any stink bomb or any offensive-smelling compound and thereby intends to interfere with the use by the another of the land or building.
('74 Code, § 19-37) 
   (B)   Whoever enters upon land supported in whole or in part with city funds or funds administered or granted through city agencies or any building on the land, after receiving, immediately before the entry, notice from the city or its representative that entry is forbidden or remains upon the land or in the building after receiving notice from the city or its representative to depart and who thereby interferes with another person's lawful use or enjoyment of the building or land, shall commit an offense.
   (C)   Whoever enters upon the land, or any part thereof, of another, after receiving, immediately before the entry, notice from the owner or occupant that entry is forbidden, or remains upon the land of another after receiving notice from the owner or occupant to depart, shall commit an offense.
   (D)   A person has received notice from the city within the meaning of divisions (B) and (C) above if he or she has been notified personally, either orally or in writing, or if a printed or written notice forbidding the entry by him or a group of which he or she is a part has been conspicuously posted or exhibited at the main entrance to the land or the forbidden part thereof.
('74 Code, §§ 19-36 and 19-39)  Penalty, see § 130.99