Exterior burglar bars which are viewable from the street are not allowed.

Sec. 18-3. Security/burglar bars. (a) Exterior security/burglar bars on doors and windows are not allowed within the city on buildings used for commercial or industrial purposes which would be visible from the street or adjacent structures. (b) Security/burglar bars shall be allowed on the interior of all buildings. Security/burglar doors shall be allowed only if […]

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It is unlawful for anyone to have sex or be nude in public.

Sec. 66-1. Nudity and sexual activities in public places. (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: Public place means and includes streets, sidewalks or highways; transportation facilities; schools; places of […]

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A man may not seduce a woman by lying, and claiming he will marry her.

§ 97-29-55. Seduction of female over age of eighteen by promised or pretended marriage. If any person shall obtain carnal knowledge of any woman, or female child, over the age of eighteen years, of previous chaste character, by virtue of any feigned or pretended marriage or any false or feigned promise of marriage, he shall, […]

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Adultery or Fornication results in a fine of $500 and/or 6 months in prison.

97-29-1. Adultery and fornication; unlawful cohabitation. If any man and woman shall unlawfully cohabit, whether in adultery or fornication, they shall be fined in any sum not more than five hundred dollars each, and imprisoned in the county jail not more than six months; and it shall not be necessary, to constitute the offense, that […]

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Private citizens may personally arrest any person that disturbs a church service.

97-35-17. Disturbance of worship; proceedings and penalty. If any person shall wilfully disturb any congregation of persons lawfully assembled for religious worship, he may be immediately arrested by any officer or private person, without warrant, and taken before any justice court judge of the county, present or convenient, and on conviction thereof by such justice, […]

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