(A)   Every person operating or managing a gasoline station or other retail outlet and selling or offering to sell any motor vehicle fuel, including but not limited to gasoline, gasohol, and diesel fuel shall publicly and continuously display at least one sign clearly and legibly stating each type of motor vehicle fuel available for sale; and the minimum retail price per gallon to the nearest one-tenth of a cent inclusive of all taxes for each type of fuel available for sale.
   (B)   The signs shall conform to the following requirements.
      (1)   Each sign shall be at least 24 inches in height and at least 24 inches in width, with the dollar and whole cent numerals at least 18 inches in height and four inches in width.
      (2)   Each sign shall be prominently placed so as to be clearly visible to drivers of approaching motor vehicles on abutting streets.
   (C)   All signs required by this section shall be exempt from any conflicting provisions of the city sign code and zoning code, Chapter 155. Every person who or which operates or manages any retail outlet selling or offering to sell any motor vehicle fuel who shall violate any of the provisions of this section shall, upon conviction before a court of competent jurisdiction, be punished. Each day of noncompliance shall be a separate violation.
('58 Code, § 31.21) (Ord. 80-65, passed 5-20-80) Penalty, see § 10.99