Village of Baroda, MI
Berrien County
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[Comp. Ords. 1995, § 20.701; Ord. No. 4, 1-15-1917]
No person shall, by laughter, talk, or by loud noise, or by profane, obscene or offensive language, or by disorderly conduct, annoy, interrupt or disturb any assembly for religious worship, or any public or private school, or any lawful assembly of people, or wilfully disturb the peace or quiet of any private family within the Village.
[Comp. Ords. 1995, § 20.703; Ord. No. 4, 1-15-1917]
A person shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor if, with the purpose of causing public danger, alarm, disorder or nuisance, or if his conduct is likely to cause public danger, alarm, disorder or nuisance, such person willfully uses abusive or obscene language or makes an obscene gesture to any other person when such words, by their very utterance, inflict injury or tend to incite an immediate breach of the peace and invade the right of others to pursue their lawful activities.
[Comp. Ords. 1995, § 20.704; Ord. No. 4, 1-15-1917]
No person shall be intoxicated in a public place and either endanger directly the safety of themselves, another person or property, or act in a manner that causes a public disturbance.
[Comp. Ords. 1995, § 20.705; Ord. No. 4, 1-15-1917]
No person shall riotously assemble or make, aid or assist in making any improper noise, riot, disturbance or breach of the peace or in any public place engage in any noisy, boisterous or contentious language or strife within the Village.
[Comp. Ords. 1995, § 20.706; Ord. No. 4, 1-15-1917]
(a) 
Definitions. The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this section, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this subsection, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning:
LOITERING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY
Includes the concepts of spending time idly, loafing or walking aimlessly, and shall also include knowingly or willingly entering upon the property of another, without the consent of the owner, lessee or other person rightfully in charge or possession thereof, if either of the following conditions exist:
(1) 
The premises is fenced or enclosed in a manner to exclude intruders; or
(2) 
Notice against trespass is given by posting the premises in a conspicuous manner.
(b) 
Certain types of loitering prohibited.
(1) 
No person shall loiter in a public place in such manner as to:
a. 
Create, or cause to be created, any disturbance or annoyance to the comfort and repose of any person;
b. 
Create, or cause to be created, a danger of breach of the peace;
c. 
Obstruct the free passage of pedestrians or vehicles;
d. 
Obstruct, molest or interfere with any person lawfully in any public place.
(2) 
This Subsection (b) shall include the making of any unsolicited remarks of an offensive, disgusting or insulting nature or which are calculated to annoy or disturb the person to or in whose hearing such remarks are made.
(c) 
Request to leave. Whenever the presence of any person in any public place is causing any of the conditions enumerated in Subsection (b) of this section, the owner, lessee or person rightfully in charge or possession thereof or any police officer may order that person to leave that place. Any person who shall refuse to leave after being ordered to do so shall be guilty of a violation of this section.