A.   The posting or sticking of any advertisement, handbill, placard or any printed picture or written matter or thing whatever upon any house, wall, building, fence, residence or other property, without the permission of the owner or person in charge thereof, is hereby declared a nuisance. (1925 Code § 26-12; amd. 2009 Code)
   B.   No bill, sign, placard or other written or painted advertisement or matter shall be written or painted on or attached to any sidewalk, curbing, pavement, tree, telegraph, telephone or electric light pole or other object or structure located in any public street, alleyway, park, school ground, or any other public ground; provided, that this subsection shall not be construed as prohibiting any person or company owning such pole or structure from posting notices therein pertaining to the business of such person or company nor to prevent the posting of legal notices in any public place. (1925 Code § 26-13)