(a) Prohibited Conduct.
(1) It is unlawful for any person upon the air terminal to act in a violent or reckless manner whereby the property of any person is destroyed or damaged, or whereby the property of any person is placed in immediate danger of being destroyed or damaged.
(2) It is unlawful for any person upon the air terminal to cause, provoke, or engage in any fight, or to commit an act in a violent or reckless manner whereby the safety, life, limb, or health of another is placed in immediate jeopardy.
(3) It is unlawful for any person upon the air terminal to be under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs in such condition as to be unable to exercise care for his own safety or the safety of others.
(4) It is unlawful for any person upon the air terminal to physically resist or obstruct the borough’s airport law enforcement officers, the police officers of the city of Ketchikan, Alaska, authorized by law or by the commissioner of the department of public safety to operate outside the city limits, the Alaska State Troopers, or any duly authorized officer or employee of the Ketchikan Gateway Borough.
(5) It is unlawful for any person upon the air terminal to incite, or participate in inciting, a riot.
(6) It is unlawful for any person upon the air terminal to address threats of immediate violence to any peace officer, or any other duly authorized official of the borough, or to any other person, when such words have a direct tendency to cause immediate acts of violence.
(7) It is unlawful for any person upon the air terminal to damage, befoul, or tamper with, public property, or private property of another person, or to create a hazardous, unhealthy, or physically unsafe condition upon the said facilities.
(8) It is unlawful for any person upon the air terminal to fail to obey a lawful order by a peace officer to disperse, when one or more persons are committing criminal acts of violence in the immediate vicinity of the officer.
(9) Repealed by Ord. 1881.
(10) It is unlawful for any person upon the air terminal to throw or deposit litter except in public receptacles and in such a manner that the litter will be prevented from being carried or deposited by the elements upon any part of the air terminal. Where the public receptacles are not provided, or are full, all such litter shall be carried away by the person responsible for its presence and lawfully disposed of elsewhere.
(11) It is unlawful for any person upon the air terminal to permit any animal to run at large.
(12) It is unlawful for any person upon the air terminal to pick any flowers or to break, tear, or otherwise injure or destroy any growing domestic decorative plant thereon.
(13) It is unlawful for any person upon the air terminal to urinate, expectorate, or defecate at any place at any time except in the restrooms in the facilities designed and customarily used for such purposes.
(14) It is unlawful for any person upon the air terminal to procure or solicit, or to offer to procure or solicit, for the purpose of prostitution.
(b) Gambling. No person on the air terminal shall play, participate in, engage in, conduct, promote, operate, manage or draw, a numbers game, policy lottery, policy shop or any kind of gambling table or gaming device adapted, devised or designed for the purpose of playing any game of chance for money or property, other than those made lawful by the State of Alaska.
(c) Drugs. No person on the air terminal shall transport any drugs or have them in his or her possession unless said drugs are in a prescription container with the original label affixed thereto. Possessors of unlabeled narcotic, stimulant, depressive or hallucinogenic drugs will be reported to the appropriate State or federal law enforcement agencies.
(2) Only duly authorized peace officers may carry concealed weapons whether loaded or unloaded.
(3) Loaded weapons may be carried on the air terminal only by peace officers, authorized postal, emigration, and customs employees, authorized airport or air carrier employees, or members of the armed forces of the United States on official duty requiring the carrying of such weapons; except the airport manager may permit or prohibit hunting on the air terminal, and where hunting is so permitted, loaded, unconcealed weapons may be carried in designated areas for hunting purposes.
(e) Violations of this section may, under appropriate circumstances, also constitute a violation of applicable State or federal law. Prosecution of a violation under this section is independent of any criminal prosecution by State or federal authorities.