Horses may not be tied to a tree on a public highway.
Sec. 106-215. Animals, use of vehicles. No person shall: (1) Ride horseback or drive cattle on neutral ground or fasten any animal to a tree in a public highway, neutral ground, park, public place, triangle or sidewalk in the city; (2) Cause any animal to stand so that such animal can injure a tree; (3) Drive a vehicle across neutral grounds, a park or a public place; (4) Park a car, truck or other equipment on neutral grounds, a park or a public place or store equipment on neutral grounds, a park or a public place; (5) Park cars or other vehicles on the sidewalk, including the strip between the property line and the street curbing, without written permission of the parkway and park commission; (6) Play a game on neutral grounds unless designated as a playground by the parkway and park commission. (Code 1956, § 43-25) Cross references: Animals, ch. 18; traffic and vehicles, ch. 154.