6-1-1: CRUELTY TO ANIMALS:<quoted text>
I think it would be more critical and beneficial if you post the rules and regulations on residential burglary, armed robbery, selling drugs, and prostitution.
Or, just for fun, could you please recite the ordinance on J-walking or not wearing a seat belt, or having your grass too long.
It shall be unlawful for any person to overload, overwork, cruelly beat, torture, mutilate, or cruelly kill any animal, or cause, or knowingly allow the same to be done1.(Ord. 4, 5-10-1927)
6-1-2: ASSAULT AND BATTERY:
It shall be unlawful for any person to commit an assault, or an assault and battery2.(Ord. 4, 5-10-1927)
6-1-3: BIRDS OR ANIMALS; UNLAWFUL SHOOTING:
It shall be unlawful for any person to shoot any bird or animal, or hunt with gun or dog in any street, highway, alley, thoroughfare, park or public grounds.(Ord. 4, 5-10-1927)
6-1-4: CELLAR DOORS; GRATINGS:
It shall be unlawful for any person to keep or leave open any cellar door, or the grating of any vault in any highway or sidewalk, or permit the same to be left or kept open, or to permit any sidewalk in front of his premises to become or remain so broken as to endanger life or limb3.(Ord. 4, 5-10-1927)
6-1-5: DISORDERLY CONDUCT:
It shall be unlawful for any person to be guilty of disorderly conduct, or to make, aid, countenance or assist in making any improper noise, riot, disturbance, or breach of the peace or to be guilty of open lewdness, disorderly conduct or any act of public indecency tending to debauch the public morals4.(Ord. 4, 5-10-1927)
6-1-6: DISTURBING ASSEMBLAGES:
It shall be unlawful for any person to interrupt or disturb any assembly of people met for the worship of God, by any menace, profane swearing, vulgar language, or any disorderly or unusual conduct, or to interrupt or disturb any school or other assembly or procession of people, met for lawful purposes5.(Ord. 4, 5-10-1927)
6-1-7: DISTURBING THE PEACE:
It shall be unlawful for any person to provoke a breach of the peace, or to use any violent, threatening, profane or indecent language to the disturbance of any person, or to use any threatening or abusive language toward any other person tending to a breach of the peace6.(Ord. 4, 5-10-1927)
It shall be unlawful for any person to be drunk, or to be in a state of intoxication in any street, park or public place, or in any private house or place, to the disturbance of any person7.(Ord. 4, 5-10-1927)
It shall be unlawful for any person to play for money, or other valuable thing, at any game with cards, dice, checks, or at billiards, device, electronic game, apparatus or with any other article, instrument or thing whatever, which may be used for the purpose of playing or betting upon, or winning or losing money, or anything of value, or to bet on any game others may be playing, except as provided in title 5, chapter 2 of this code.
It shall be unlawful for any person to keep a common gaming house, or in any building, place, booth, yard, garden, boat or float, by him or his agent used and occupied, to procure or permit any persons to frequent or to come together to play for money, or other valuable thing, at any game, or to keep any tables or other apparatus for the purpose of playing at any game or sport for money, or any valuable thing, or to keep or rent any such place for any such purpose8, except as provided in title 5, chapter 2 of this code.(Ord. 1801, 8-22-2012)
6-1-10: INDECENT EXHIBITIONS:
It shall be unlawful for any person to instigate, cause or procure, or in any manner assist in any indecent or immoral show or exhibition of any animal.(Ord. 4, 5-10-1927)