No person shall trap, hunt, shoot or attempt to shoot or molest in any manner any bird or wild fowl or rob bird nests or wild fowl nests; provided, however, that if starlings or similar birds are found to be congregating in such numbers in a particular locality that they constitute a nuisance or menace to health or property in the opinion of the health authorities of the City, then such health authorities shall meet with representatives of the Garden Council, after having given at least three days actual notice of the time and place of such meeting to the representatives of such Council.  If as a result of such meeting no satisfactory alternative is found to abate such nuisance, then such birds may be destroyed in such numbers and in such manner as is deemed advisable by such health authorities under the supervision of the Chief of Police.  (1967 Code §3-5)