§ 157.04  WALL SIGNS.
   Wall signs shall be attached to masonry walls in a manner approved by the Department of Building, and if any part on the same is not tight against wall space, the back shall be fire-stopped if required, in a manner approved by the Building Official. No part of the sign or any accessory thereto shall project in front of the building line, except that, if the face of the wall is coincident with the building line, the sign may extend not more than 12 inches beyond the line if placed ten feet above the sidewalk and three inches if placed below the ten-foot level, and except that lighting reflectors of a type approved by the Building Official may extend not more than three feet beyond the building line, and; further provided that, permission is granted to continue the maintenance of those reflectors now extending not more than six feet over the building line on the signs existing on May 3, 1948; provided, the lighting reflectors are of a type approved by the Building Official.
(1967 Code, § 18-12)  Penalty, see § 10.99