AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF TROY, KANSAS REGULATING TO AND DEFINING CERTAIN CRIMES AND OFFENSES, PROVIDING FOR PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS THEREOF, AND REPEALING ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT THEREWITH:
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF TROY, KANSAS.
SECTION ONE. A person is subject to prosecution and the imposition of punishment in the Municipal Court of the City of Troy, Kansas, under this ordinance if he commits any of the offenses defined by this ordinance within the City of Troy, Kansas.
SECTION TWO. Assault. Repealed by Ord 539.
SECTION THREE. Unlawful interference with a fireman or firefighter. Repealed by Ord 539.
SECTION FOUR. Permitting a dangerous animal to be at large. Permitting a dangerous animal to be at large is the act or omission of the owner or custodian of an animal of dangerous or vicious propensities who, knowing of such propensities, permits or suffers such animal to go at large or keep such animal without ordinary care to restrain it.
SECTION FIVE. Criminal Damage to Property. Repealed by Ord 539.
SECTION SIX. Criminal Trespass. Repealed by Ord 539.
SECTION SEVEN. Littering. Repealed by Ord 539.
SECTION EIGHT. Tampering with a traffic signal. Repealed by Ord 539.
SECTION NINE. Injury to a domestic animal. Injury to a domestic animal is willfully and maliciously:
(a). administering any poison to any domestic animal; or
(b). exposing any poisonous substance with the intent that the same shall be taken or swallowed by any domestic animal.
SECTION TEN. Obstructing legal process or official duty. Repealed by Ord 539.
SECTION ELEVEN. Failure to Appear. (1) Failure to appear is willfully incurring a forfeiture of an appearance bond and failing to surrender oneself within thirty days following the date of such forfeiture by one who has been released on bond for appearance before the Municipal Court of the City of Troy, for trial or other proceeding.
SECTION TWELVE. Interference with the administration of justice. Repealed by Ord 539.
SECTION THIRTEEN. Disorderly Conduct. Repealed by Ord 539.
SECTION FOURTEEN. Maintaining a public nuisance. Repealed by Ord 539.
SECTION FIFTEEN. Permitting a public nuisance. Repealed by Ord 539.
SECTION SIXTEEN. Vagrancy. Vagrancy is:
(a) engaging in an unlawful occupation; or
(b) being of the age of eighteen years or older and able to work and without lawful means of support and failing or refusing to seek employment; or
(c) loitering without visible means of support; or
(d) loitering on the streets or any place open to the public with intent to solicit for immoral purposes; or
(e) deriving support in whole or in part from begging.
SECTION SEVENTEEN. Public Intoxication. Public intoxication is being one a highway, street, or in a public place or building while under the influence of intoxicating liquor, narcotics, or other drug to the degree that one may endanger himself or other persons or property, or annoy persons in his vicinity.
SECTION EIGHTEEN. Unlawful sale of cereal malt beverages. Repealed by Ord 539.
SECTION NINETEEN. Unlawfully permitting consumption of cereal malt beverages. Unlawfully permitting consumption of cereal malt beverages is permitting any person under the age eighteen (note: should be twenty-one) years of age to consume or have in his or her possession any such beverages on licensed premises by the licensee, his employees or agents, of any place of business or establishment licensed to sell cereal malt beverages. Lack of knowledge of the age of the consumer of the cereal malt beverages shall not be a defense under this section...
SECTION TWENTY. Unlawful possession of cereal malt beverage. Amended by Ord 519.
SECTION TWENTY-ONE. Unlawful possession of alcoholic liquor. Amended by Ord 519.
SECTION TWENTY-TWO. Unlawfully permitting juveniles to be upon premises. Unlawfully permitting juveniles to be upon premises is for the licensee, his agents or employees, of any place of business or establishment licensed to sell cereal malt beverages to permit any person under the age of eighteen years to be in or upon such premises after the hour of 9:00 p.m. unless such person is accompanied by his or her parent or legal guardian. The lack of knowledge of the age of such person shall not be a defense to a prosecution under this section.
SECTION TWENTY-THREE. Giving a false alarm. Repealed by Ord 539.
SECTION TWENTY-FOUR. Criminal Desecration. Repealed by Ord 539.
SECTION TWENTY-FIVE. Penalties. Upon conviction of any offense defined by this ordinance, a person may be sentenced to a term of confinement not to exceed one month. In addition to or instead of such term of confinement, such person may be sentenced to pay a fine of not more than Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00)
SECTION TWENTY-SIX. Repeal. All ordinances of the City of Troy, Kansas, in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.
SECTION TWENTY-SEVEN. Effective Date. This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after its passage, approval and publication in the Kansas Chief.
PASSED BY THE COUNCIL AND APPROVED BY THE MAYOR THIS 4th DAY OF August 1970.
Leo F. Paulich, Mayor
Attested: ___________, City Clerk.