A. Signs and advertising devices attached to buildings and projecting more than six inches therefrom shall have the lowest part thereof at least eight feet above the sidewalk. Private lamps for lighting purposes, on which no lettering is displayed, may be projected from buildings at a height of not less than ten feet above the sidewalk.
B. No sign or advertising device shall project into a highway more than three feet except by special permission of the Commission, but in no case more than six feet. Clocks attached to buildings may project into a highway not more than five feet.
C. Flat signs, drum signs and sill signs may be attached to building at any height above the sidewalk, providing such signs do not project into the highway more than six inches.
D. Temporary or permanent signs for benevolent, charitable, religious, educational, temperance, entertainment or political purposes, attached to buildings, and signs indicating places of historical interest, if projecting into the highway more than six inches, shall have the lowest part thereof at least eight feet above the sidewalk, and shall not project into the highway in any case more than two feet.
E. No movable awning, which is made to roll over a framework of iron or other material or to fold close to or against a building, shall be erected or maintained over a highway unless it is placed at least seven feet above the sidewalk. Such awning and all its cloth parts shall, unless otherwise ordered by the Commission be kept rolled or folded against the building, except at such times as the sun shines on the part of the building on which the awning is placed; and no cloth parts except such as may be rolled or folded against the building shall be attached to such awning or framework.