Palm reading requires a $10 permit.

Sec. 23-21. Required. It shall be unlawful for any fortuneteller, as defined in section 23-1, to practice fortunetelling within the city or its police jurisdiction, without first obtaining a permit therefor in compliance with the provisions of this chapter. (Code 1965, § 22-2)

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It is illegal to ride bicycles on interstate highways.

Sec. 39-13. Pedestrians, bicycles, etc., prohibited on certain interstate highways. It shall be unlawful and an offense against the city for pedestrians to be upon, or for any person to operate a bicycle, a nonmotorized vehicle or a motor driven cycle of less than ten (10) horsepower, on any part of Interstate Highway 10 and […]

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Spray String and Snap Pops are illegal.

Sec. 39-15. – “Spray string,” “snap pops,” or similar matter or substances thereto prohibited. It shall be unlawful and an offense against the city for any person to have in his/her possession, keep, store, use, manufacture, sell, offer for sale, give away or handle any “spray string,” “snap pops,” or other matter or substances similar […]

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Bathing in city fountains is prohibited.

Sec. 39-82. Washing in, tampering with, etc., fountains. Any person who at any time washes his hands, face or feet in any of the fountains in the city or obstructs the flow of water into the same or in any manner tampers with or abuses such fountain or its fixtures shall be punished as provided […]

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If an animal control officer is in uniform, it signifies to the public that he is an animal control officer.

Sec. 4-4. Resisting, interfering with, etc., animal control officers. (a) It shall be unlawful for any person by any physical act to interfere with, resist, molest, obstruct, hinder or impede any animal control officer in the discharge of such officer’s duty or to assault, attack, strike or to use any type of physical force toward […]

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