(A)   No person owning, managing, or having control or charge or occupancy of any lot or private premises shall:
      (1)   Allow noxious growths otherwise dangerous to the life, health, comfort, or convenience of the community to grow or remain upon such lot or private premises.
      (2)   Sow or disseminate, or allow or permit to mature, any noxious growth upon such lot or private premises.
      (3)   Suffer or permit any weeds, grass, rank growth or brush to grow or exist in excess of six inches above the grade in the area of growth.
      (4)   Cause or permit rubbish, garbage or dirt to be placed or to exist upon such lot or private property.
   (B)   It is the duty of every such person to prevent such growth, existence, or keeping. Each of the above conditions is declared to be detrimental to the public health, safety or general welfare and thus constitutes a public nuisance. To establish a prima facie violation of this section, it shall not be necessary to establish any facts except that the accused person owned, managed or had charge, control or occupancy of a lot or private premised wherein such condition existed or occurred.
(`67 Code, § 4-7-3)