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Main Heading Subheading1 Ordinance Number & Series Date Synopsis Notes
Ice, Ice Cream and Sherbert



See Health rules - also Milk & Milk Products.
Ice, Ice Cream and Sherbert
13839 CCS
Providing for the scoring of all ice sold in quantities of 25 pounds consumed in the City of New Orleans.
Ice, Ice Cream and Sherbert
1373 NCS 1902 Prohibiting the manufacture and sale of Ice Cream and Sherbet without a permit from the Board of Health.
Ice, Ice Cream and Sherbert
2923 NCS 1905 Making it unlawful to sell or possess for sale any impure or polluted water or to manufacture or sell ice formed of such water.
Ice, Ice Cream and Sherbert
2594 CCS 1915 Regulating the manufacture and sale of Ice Cream and providing for inspection by the Board of Health.
Ice, Ice Cream and Sherbert
8444 CCS 1925 Prohibiting the sale of ice cream, sherbet, confectionery, soft drinks, candy, snow balls, etc. within certain hours near schools.
Insane Asylums
1358 OS 1854 Authorizing the Superintendent of Prisons and Workhouses to provide a building, maintenance and medical care for the Insane. See also 1794 OS.
Insane Asylums
3587 OS 1857 Authorizing the city physician to cause the removal of insane persons to Jackson, Louisiana.
Insane Asylums
5367 OS 1860 Providing for the establishing of an Insane Asylum in the City of New Orleans. See also 6249 OS and 1007 AS.
Insane Asylums
1141 AS 1871 Appropriating the sum of $150.00 per month to the Sisters in charge of the Louisiana Retreat for the Insane.
Insane Asylums
3036 CS 1888 Making it unlawful to bring into New Orleans any indigent dead or any indigent insane person for burial or treatment.
Insane Asylums
1890 NCS 1903 Authorizing to borrow $5,000 for the Fiscal Agents for the care of the insane.
Insane Asylums
2172 NCS 1903 Providing for two keepers of the insane at the Police Jail.
Insane Asylums
5149 NCS 1908 Authorizing the employment of a man and wife for care of the insane confined in the House of Detention.
Insane Asylums
5216 NCS 1908 Authorizing acceptance of legacies made to the City Insane Asylum by the late Anna Staub. Total $3,000.00.
Insane Asylums
5453 NCS 1908 Accepting bequest of Mrs. Frederick Tilton to the home for insane.
Insane Asylums
5631 NCS 1909 Authorizing appointment of a recognized alienist for the treatment of the insane at the House of Detention or such other place for the treatment and control of persons with mental diseases as the city may establish; and to give expert testimony in court.
Insane Asylums
5750 NCS 1909 Dedicating the construction of a building for the temporary housing of the city's insane pending transportation to an institution, using the $3,000 left by Anna Staub.
Insane Asylums
6151 NCS 1909 Authorizing plans and specifications and advertisement for bids for the construction of a building on the grounds of the House of Detention for the use of insane persons. See also 6545 NCS. See also 7045 NCS - creating as a separate municipal institution, a hospital on the grounds of the House of Detention.
Institutions for the Deaf, Dumg, and Blind
Act 294 1855
State Acts
Institutions for the Deaf, Dumg, and Blind
Act 131 1858
State Acts
Institutions for the Deaf, Dumg, and Blind
Act 226 1861
State Acts
Institutions for the Deaf, Dumg, and Blind
Act --- 1864
State Acts
Jefferson-Orleans Parish
6105 1892 Estabishing the boundary, on the left bank of the river, between the Parishes of Jefferson and Orleans.
Kite-Flying



See "Safety Laws".

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