§ 112-16  Graffiti Prohibited.
   (A)   No person may apply graffiti to any natural or manmade surface on any publicly owned property or any privately owned property without the prior written consent of the owner or responsible party.  The application of graffiti is deemed to be an act of malicious or wilful misconduct.
   (B)   No person may possess aerosol paint containers, broad-tipped markers, etching equipment, or any other graffiti implements on any public property or private property with the intent to violate or in violation of division (A) of this section.
   (C)   No minor may possess aerosol paint containers, broad-tipped markers, etching equipment, or any other graffiti implements on any public property, structure or facility, any school property, structure or facility, or any private property without prior written permission of the lawful owner or responsible party for the property.  The provisions of this section do not apply to minors possessing such implements for classes or organized extracurricular activities that require the use of such implements and whose use is limited to legitimate activities.
('80 Code, § 19-81)  (Ord. O96-36, passed 4-3-96)  Penalty, see § 112-99