[HISTORY: Adopted by the Common Council of the City of Fulton 6-23-1944 (Ch. 103 of the 1991 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
Peace and good order — See Ch. 456.
No person shall keep or use any device or machine or instrument, the use or presence of which shall cause static or other interference with radio reception, beyond the boundaries of his own premises.
No person shall operate a loudspeaker or amplifier audible beyond the limits of his own premises or upon the public streets of Fulton, except by permission of the Chief of Police, upon such condition as he shall impose, which said permission shall be revocable in the discretion of the Chief.
Any person keeping or using such a machine, device or instrument shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and liable to pay a fine of not to exceed $25 for each day such device is kept or used after notice by the Police Department, or imprisonment, or both.
If, after warning which the Police Chief shall deem adequate, the keeping or using of such machine, device or instrument is continued, it shall become a nuisance at law and may be removed or otherwise abated by the police.