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Main Heading Subheading1 Subheading2 Ordinance Number & Series Date Synopsis Notes
Advertising

3121 OS 1856 Making it unlawful to post advertising on private houses without consent of the owner, or on public buildings, walls or fences. General Nuisance Ordinance, Art. I, Sec. 3.
Advertising

448 AS 1870 Granting permission to J. O. Belknap to erect a fountain and pogoda in the neutral ground of Canal Street as an advertising medium. Click HERE for a photograph of the Belknap fountain.
Advertising

730 CS 1884 To abolish all swinging signs.
Advertising

535 CS 1884 Prohibiting the painting or pasting of advertising on streets, curbings, etc., also on telephone and telegraph poles. See also 745 CS, 91 NS, and 4228 CS
Advertising

12920 CS 1896 Making it unlawful to distribute papers, circulars, pamphlets, etc., containing advertising in the yards or under the doors of residences, or business houses, without permission from the Mayor. Repealing 12783 CS.
Advertising

4596 NCS 1907 Making it illegal to solicit advertising contracts without permission from the Mayor, and providing a penalty therefor.
Advertising

8080 CCS 1924 Making it unlawful to paint advertisements on public buildings, or to distribute dodgers.
Advertising

8435 CCS 1925 Making it unlawful to paste advertisements or pictures on automobiles, trucks, private conveyances, etc. without the consent of the owner.
Advertising

14553 CCS 1937 Amending 8080 CCS - making it unlawful to distribute circulars, hand advertisements, etc., in public places, highways, etc., or to pay for their distribution.
Aeroplanes

7877 CCS 1924 Regulating the altitude of aeroplane flights over the city.
Aeroplanes

9860 CCS 1927 Regulating the altitude of aeroplane flights over the city, and the operation of aeroplanes and other air craft while over the city.
American Legion World War Veterans
5343 CCS 1919 Granting permission to the Army and Navy Association of the Ninth Ward to erect a monument in Mac Carty's Square in honor of World War Veterans from the Ninth Ward.
American Legion World War Veterans
13966 CCS 1933 Authorizing lease (for 35 year at $1.00 per year) property on S. Carrollton Ave. between Monticello Ave. and Mistletoe Street, as a home for disabled Veterans of the World War.
American Legion World War Veterans
14236 CCS 1935 Authorizing lease of the property at the corner of Royal and Conti Streets, (Old Mortgage Building) to the Crescent City Post No. 125 of the American Legion. Term of 10 years with privilege of renewal every 10 years up to 50 years.
Animals/Birds/Cattle




See Live Stock Sanitary Board.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Abuse
3334 CS 1888 Prohibiting any person, or persons to over-drive, over-load, beat, kill, torture or otherwise abuse, and providing a penalty therefor.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Abuse
8786 CS 1894 Permission shall not be granted for the keeping of a horse or cow unless specifically stated whether for private or public use.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Abuse
16142 CS 1900 Prohibiting the training or breaking in of animals on the public streets.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Animals - Diseased - Dead
3018 CCS
Regulating the business of rendering lard or other substances from animals.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Animals - Diseased - Dead



Also under "Health".
Animals/Birds/Cattle Animals - Diseased - Dead
15524 CS
Providing for the reporting, care and management of animals with infectious diseases.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Animals - Diseased - Dead
6382 CCS
Requiring all persons to notify Police within one hour after the death of any animal on premises. See also 3154 NCS.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Animals - Diseased - Dead
9917 CS
Unlawful to convey dead animals through the streets of the city unless properly covered.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Animals - Diseased - Dead
7741 CS
Prohibiting that animals suffering with glanders should enter the city, and requiring that local cases be reported to the Board of Health.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Animals - Diseased - Dead
1881 AS 1872 Unlawful to turn a diseased horse or animal out on the streets to go astray. See 3121 OS, 1856, Art. I, Sec. 28.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Birds
294 NCS
Providing for the protection of birds.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Birds
1930 CS
Unlawful to allow pigeons to go at large.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Birds
1979 NCS
Unlawful to trap or rob nests in parks. Amended by 2051 NCS.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Birds
295 AS 1870 Making it unlawful to kill in parks or squares.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Cattle - Hogs - Sheep and Goats
3121 CS
Article I, Section 26.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Cattle - Hogs - Sheep and Goats
4576 CCS
Prohibiting the roaming of cattle at large in Algiers. See also 7679 AS.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Cattle - Hogs - Sheep and Goats
2565 CCS
Unlawful to keep hogs or allow them to run at large in Algiers.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Cattle - Hogs - Sheep and Goats
3564 NCS
Amending 14307 CS establishing limits for keeping hogs.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Cattle - Hogs - Sheep and Goats
6080 CS
Unlawful to drive cattle through streets which arrive by boat or railroad.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Cattle - Hogs - Sheep and Goats
289 CS
Prohibiting the driving of horned cattle, hogs, and sheep through the streets. See 7960 AS.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Cattle - Hogs - Sheep and Goats
7045 AS 1881 Prohibiting goats from running at large.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Cattle - Hogs - Sheep and Goats
2326 CCS 1915 Establishing area bounded by the Mississippi River, Verret Ave. and Parish Line - prohibiting roaming at large.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Dogs--Licenses
14578 CCS
Regulating the ownership and keeping of dogs, and providing for their licensing and innoculation.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Dogs--Licenses
372 OS 1842 Authorizing a license tax on all dogs, and providing that they be kept muzzled, tagged, etc. See 179 AS, 938 AS, 4613 CS and 3042 CS--also 3121 OS, Article I, Section 27.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Horses
3121 OS 1856 Unlawful to ride horseback, drive vehicle or cattle or exercise animals in the center of Canal, Basin, Rampart Streets, Esplanade, Claiborne and St. Bernard Avenue, or Coliseum Place. Unlawful to hitch on or near a sidewalk. Article I, Section 17 and 18 of 3121 OS.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Pounds--Animals Roaming at Large
6088 CCS
Appropriating certain pound fees to the Police Pension Fund.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Pounds--Animals Roaming at Large
6401 CS
Providing for a city pound for animals roaming at large. Amended by 10632 CCS, 6396 CCS - 9343 CCS and 10475 CCS (See also 3999 CS).
Animals/Birds/Cattle Pounds--Animals Roaming at Large
5676 CCS
Providing that the pound of 50 cents be collected by the S.P.C.A. by State Act 179 of 1906. Amended by 6319 CCS - increasing the fee.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Pounds--Animals Roaming at Large
61 AS
Establishing boundaries of the Fifth District Pound.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Pounds--Animals Roaming at Large
3669 OS
Defining pound limits. Amended by 4739 OS - See also 4645 OS and 6118 OS.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Pounds--Animals Roaming at Large
7045 AS
Prohibiting goats at large. 3999 CS
Animals/Birds/Cattle Pounds--Animals Roaming at Large
3466 OS
Authorizing distribution of poison.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Pounds--Animals Roaming at Large
32 AS
Establishing a pound for the Sixth District.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Pounds--Animals Roaming at Large
1520 OS 1854 Providing for the establishment of two additional pounds See 3114 CS--establishing pounds.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Wild Animals
3121 OS 1856 No wild or ferocious shall be kept in city limits, on the premises of individuals or in menageries, unless under guard day and night. Article II, Section 2 of Ord. 3121 OS.
Animals/Birds/Cattle Zoo
7614 CCS
Prohibiting the feeding of animals or fowls in cages in park or zoo.
Archives

1861 1854 Authorizing the City Attorney to appoint a clerk to take charge of the Archives of the "late" Municipalities, and to form a collection of City laws.
Archives

2020 CC 1855 Requesting the recorders of the First and Fourth Districts to hand over the archives of the late Second Municipality, also the archives of the City of Lafayette, to the City Attorney to be put in order.
Archives

2257 OS 1855 Providing that the Mayor's Office be furnished with the current issue of each paper published in the City of New Orleans; the same to be filed and kept as part of the City Archives.
Archives

6022 OS 1862 Calling upon the Commanding General of the United States Army (in possession of the city) to remove guards from City Hall and to allow the Archives to remain intact.
Archives

1035 AS 1871 Appointing a keeper of the City Archives, to keep open the same during office hours, and to allow no book, paper or archives of any kind to be taken thence, except upon the order of the Mayor, with due receipt being taken therefor showing description of the article so temporarily withdrawn.
Archives

839 AS 1871 Proposing the abolishment of the office of the Keeper of the Archives.
Archives

1652 AS 1872 Approving the action of the Mayor in suspending George E. Paris, Keeper of the Archives.
Archives

2190 AS 1873 Authorizing the Mayor to subscribe for fifty copies of Jewell's Crescent City, Illustrated. One copy to be retained in the City Archives.
Archives

2549 AS 1874 Providing for the annexation of the City of Carrollton and the transfer of all archives, books, property, etc.
Archives

2956 CS 1888 Re-organizing the departments of the city in which the salary of "one keeper of the Archives" is listed at $30.00 per month.
Archives

2328 NCS 1904 Authorizing loans to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition of any pictures, curios, objects of art or documents in the City Archives, provided a receipt is taken therefor, and the same placed on exhibition in a safe manner, and to be sent to St. Louis without cost to the City of New Orleans. See 2365 NCS - Book 133 - Paying to the Louisiana Historical $100.00 - appropriation for Centenial Celebration of Louisiana Purchase Exposition.
Archives

2415 CCS 1915 Authorizing transfer to the Louisiana State Museum various documents identified with the early history of the City. These documents range in date from 1726 to 1835 - twenty three in number and are indiviidually described in this ordinance. -- By this transfer the city does not waive its right of ownership to these documents.
Archives


1937 August 17 Recommending the utililzation of space in the Howard Annex for municipal records and documents, now housed in the Archives in the City Hall proper. Official Proceedings of the Council
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute



See also "Bequests" and "Trust Funds"
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Colin J. Nicholson 4124 CS 1889 To enforce the payment of a legacy under the will of Colin J. Nicholson, the interest to be applied to charitable institutions in New Orleans.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Gumbel Home for the Blind and Feeble Minded 6632 CCS
Creating a Board of Managers for the Sophie L. Gumbel Home.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Gumbel Home for the Blind and Feeble Minded 6795 CCS
Changing the name to the Sophie L. Gumbel Home for the feeble minded.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Gumbel Home for the Blind and Feeble Minded 6674 CCS
Increasing the membership of the Board.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Gumbel Home for the Blind and Feeble Minded 4346 CCS 1917 Providing for the annual appropriation of $5,000, for maintenance and operation, in order to qualify for acceptance from the heirs of Sophie L. Gumbel their proposal to erect suitable buildings for the housing and care of the blind and feeble minded. Dedicating and site, and providing that the management be under the direction of the Board of Managers of the Touro-Shakespeare Home.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Home for Incurables 7631 CS 1893 Granting permission for the establishment of a Home for Incurables on Henry Clay Avenue in Square bounded by Patton, Webster and Calhoun Sts.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Home for Incurables 7659 CS 1893 Making it unlawful to set up, establish or operate any almshouse, hospital or other charitable institution without permission from the Mayor and City Council. See also 9594 CS
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Home for the Aged and Infirm 2508 AS 1874 To establish a home for the aged, infirm and destitute male persons and provide food for the indigents of the city.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Home for the Aged and Infirm 4995 AS 1879 Effecting arrangements with Gen. A. S. Badger for a portion of the U. S. Marine Hospital to be used for a home for indigent, aged and infirm persons.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Home for the Aged and Infirm 7327 AS 1881 Appointing a committee to select and purchase a suitable site to be used as a home and farm for the poor of the city, with such funds as may have been, or may hereafter be, donated by the gamblers of the city.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Home for the Aged and Infirm 39 CS 1882 Authorizing the Mayor to advertise for sale the Home for the Aged and Infirm at the corner of Annunciation and Calliope Streets.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute John D. Fink: (See Trust Funds) 3153 AS
Re: Square of ground offered by Mrs. Annie Rice.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute John D. Fink: (See Trust Funds) 2372 CCS
Directing sale of Premium bonds.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute John D. Fink: (See Trust Funds) 2796 AS
Repealing 5552 OS.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute John D. Fink: (See Trust Funds) 82 AS
Authorizing new Board of Mgrs.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute John D. Fink: (See Trust Funds) 6233 OS
Authorizing issue of bonds.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute John D. Fink: (See Trust Funds) 5552 OS
Providing for the Management of Fund.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute John D. Fink: (See Trust Funds) 5391 OS
Authorizing sale of property.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute John D. Fink: (See Trust Funds) 3380 OS
Authorizing conference with legatees.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute John D. Fink: (See Trust Funds) 4989 CS
Authorizing addition to building.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute John D. Fink: (See Trust Funds) 3428 OS 1857 Authorizing the Mayor to accept the legacy of John D. Fink for the establishment of an Asylum for Protestant Widows and Orphans.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute John D. Fink: (See Trust Funds) 3622 OS 1858 Dedicating to the Orphans Home Asylum on Seventh Street, four lots of ground in the new Washington Cementery. Also 4003 OS - providing a plot of ground in Lafayette Cemetery
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute John D. Fink: (See Trust Funds) 211 AS 1870 Authorizing the Mayor to lease buildings at the corner of Washington and Freret Streets to be used for a home for the aged and infirm.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Mc Donogh: (See Waldo Burton Memorial Home) 3242 OS 1857 Appointing a committee to represent the Mayor in the purchase of real estate for the Society for the Relief of Destitute Orphan Boys, agreeable to the will of the late John McDonogh.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Asylum Fund 2651 NCS 1904 Authorizing the city government to deliver to the Board of directors of the Milne Asylum for Orphan Boys certain real and personal property forming part of the Milne Fund now under the City's control and administration; in accordance with the provisions of Act 3 of the General Assembly of 1839, creating said Board.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Asylum Fund 7783 CCS 1924 Authorizing an act of exchange for certain streets in the property of the Milne Asylum for Destitute Orphan Girls for other streets no longer needed by the city. Reg. C.O.B. 53.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Municipal Boys' Home 14027 CCS
Other furnishings and equipment.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Municipal Boys' Home 14013 CCS
Accepting bid on Supt.'s Residence.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Municipal Boys' Home 13968 CCS
Revision of plans and specifications, Superintendent's Residence and two playhouses.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Municipal Boys' Home 14016 CCS
Accepting bid on playhouses.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Municipal Boys' Home 14036 CCS
Accepting bid on 164 mattresses and mattress covers.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Municipal Boys' Home 13982 CCS
Accepting bid for furnishings. Amended by 14008 CCS.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Municipal Boys' Home 14022 CCS
Accepting bid on furniture, window shades, kitchen equipment, etc.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Municipal Boys' Home 14028 CCS
Accepting bid on 164 beds and springs.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Municipal Boys' Home


See also "House of Refuge".
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Municipal Boys' Home 14198 CCS
Directing the Commissioner of Finance to pay George T. Lupon for construction of the Superintendent's Residence.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Municipal Boys' Home 9330 CCS 1926 Changing the name of the "Waifs' Home" to the "Municipal Boys' Home".
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Municipal Boys' Home 9679 CCS 1927 Changing the location to a site bounded by Franklin Avenue, Mithra, Arts and Mendez Streets.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Municipal Boys' Home 9730 CCS 1927 Creating a Board of Directors and changing the date for election of officers.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Municipal Boys' Home 12525 CCS 1930 Providing that all members of the Board of Directors shall be qualified voters.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Municipal Boys' Home 13694 CCS 1932 Amending 13686 CCS to provide that all buildings when completed shall have a fair cost of value of not less than $100,000.00 exclusive of the $80,000.00 which the lessor shall contribute; and the improvements to be located entirely on the leased premises.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Municipal Boys' Home 13864 CCS 1932 Accepting bid for construction of the Home.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Municipal Boys' Home 13731 CCS 1932 Amending 13686 CCS by adding two additional squares to the leased premises, making six squares in all having as their outside boundaries Franklin Avenue, Gentilly Terrace, Mendez and Arts Streets, and providing for the sublease of one square to the Orleans Parish School Board.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Municipal Boys' Home 13686 CCS 1932 Authorizing lease for 99 years from the Milne Asylum for Orphan Boys (a corporation created by Act 3, of 1839) of four squares of ground having as their outside boundaries Franklin Avenue, Mithra, Arts and Mendez Streets, as a site for and construction thereon of a building for the care, maintenance and education of destitute and delinquent boys of the city. See 13687 CCS adding "Milne" to the name.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Municipal Boys' Home 13561 CCS 1932 Appropriating $100,000.00 for the erection of a new Municipal Boys' Home in connection with monies provided by the Milne Asylum Board, and to be erected on property provided by the Milne Asylum Board.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Milne Municipal Boys' Home 13732 CCS 1932 Authorizing sublease of square bounded by Painters, Mithra, Arts and Odin Streets to the Orleans Parish School Board.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Nicholas Girod: (See Trust Fund) 1480 AS 1872 Authorizing the lease of the Girod Asylum to be used as a Boys and Girls Home of Refuge.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Rules Governing Asylums, Almshouses, Hospitals and Other Charitable Institutions 7659 CCS 1893 Making it unlawful to set up, establish or operate any almshouse, hospital, or other charitable institution without permission from the Mayor and City Council. See also 9594 CS - Book 126.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Rules Governing Asylums, Almshouses, Hospitals and Other Charitable Institutions 13489 CS 1897 Appointing a Board of Commissioners of Prisons and Asylums.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Rules Governing Asylums, Almshouses, Hospitals and Other Charitable Institutions 6647 CCS 1921 Governing the establishment and operation of almshouses, homes for the insane and feeble minded and other charitable institutions.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Shakespeare Almshouse 598 CS 1884 Creating a Commission to manage the Shakespeare Almshouse.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute St. Mary's Orphan Asylum 2892 CS 1888 The City of New Orleans received among its assets from Municipality No. 1, a bequest from "Jean Marie" amounting to $3,645.71 with 8 percent interest, bequeathed to the orphans. It was ordained that St. Mary's Orphan Asylum be recognized as the beneficiary.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 598 CS
Creating a Commission to manage the Shakespeare Almshouse.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 13562 CCS
Appropriating $50,000 for the erection of new Touro-Shakespeare Home in Algiers.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 3603 OS
Authorizing immediate establishment
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 3830 OS
Proposing erection on ground between Piety and Desire Sts.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 878 NC
Transferring all monies to the City Treasurer.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 14414 CCS
Authorizing the cancellation of a lease made to the La.-Miss. Reallty Co. and the Great Southern Distilling Co., Inc. and accepting in lieu all buildings, boilers, pipelines, etc.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 9905 CCS
Authorizing to sell property in the Third District, and with the proceeds buy location in Algiers.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 14137 CCS
Accepting bids (totaling $7,218..01) for furnishing kitchen and chapel equipment, beds, springs, mattresses, dining room tables and chairs, etc.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 2386 NCS
Dedicating five squares in the Sixth District to Touro-Shakespeare Almshouse.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 14221 CCS
Creating a Board of Commissioners to collect all monies due Fund.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 14148 CCS
Providing for the management and control by the Department of Public Welfare.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 9637 CCS
Authorizing the lease of property in the Sixth District, for $25,000.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 7039 CCS
Dedicating portion of ground to the Sophie L. Gumbel Home for Feebleminded.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 4247 CCS
Increasing membership of Board.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 6161 NCS
Changing the name to Touro-Shakespeare Home. See also 697 NCS.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 10768 CCS
Authorizing to sell property in the Sixth District to the Orleans Parish School Board.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 1374 OS 1854 Appointing a committee to confer with R. D. Shepherd in regard to his proposed aid in the erection of the Almshouse contemplated by the late J. Touro.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 12700 CCS 1931 Accepting bids of Caldwell Bros. for construction of the Touro-Shakespeare Home in Algiers. Repealed by 13415 CCS.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 13831 CCS 1932 Accepting bid of Caldwell Bros. And W. H. Bond & Bro. For construction of the new Touro-Shakespeare Home in Algiers. See also 13881 CCS accepting bid for piling and necessary changes.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 13840 CCS 1932 Authorizing purchase of all improvements made by the Dunbar Molasses Co. on ground owned by the Touro-Shakespeare Home in square bounded by Chartres, Piety, N. Peters and Desire Streets, and adjoining square, and leasing to the Dunbar Molasses Co. for three years.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Touro-Shakespeare Home: (Judah Touro) 14506 CCS 1936 Accepting bid of C. R. Brandon, Inc. for the rescreening of all windows in the Touro-Shakespeare Home.
Asylums Almhouses Widow/Orphans/Aged/Destitute Waldo Burton Memorial Home


See information in "Brief Facts".
Auction Sales

7677 CCS 1924 Making it unlawful to conduct an auction sale of silver, plated ware, jewelry, etc., without first filing inventory with the Clerk of the Council. Bona fied business houses and judicial sales excepted. See 'Licenses" - Classification of.
Awnings




See also "Signs".
Awnings

3065 OS 1856 Regulating the erection of awnings.
Awnings

4592 OS 1859 Concerning the erection of signs and awnings in the city.
Awnings

4906 OS 1860 Regulating the erection of awnings, sheds and verrandahs overhanging sidewalks on Canal Street from the Levee to Metairie Road.
Awnings

8729 CCS 1925 Regulating the construction of awnings which project over streets and sidewalks.

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