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          Synopsis of Ordinances, 1841-1937


Subjects beginning with letter S

Main Heading Subheading1 Subheading2 Ordinance Number & Series Date Synopsis Notes
Safety Laws

Article 15 1821 Forbidding the flying of kites within the city limits, and providing a penalty for violation. A message from the Mayor to the Council de Ville, Oct. 20, 1821, mentions an ordinance modifying this law as it was found difficult to arrest and fine children for kite flying, but the ordinance mentioned has not yet been found.
Safety Laws

3175 OS 1856 Prohibiting the use of lighted candles in stables or barns where hay, straw, or other inflammables are kept.
Safety Laws

2340 AS 1873 Requiring certain railroads entering the city to place watchmen with red flags at the intersections of all street crossing by them. See also 655, 3632 and 3860 CS.
Safety Laws

3308 AS 1875 To prevent accidents and the spread of contagious and infectious diseases, persons intoxicated or suffering from disease are prohibited from riding on the street cars.
Safety Laws

7176 AS 1881 Prohibiting the letting, loaning or hiring of skiffs, canoes, sailboats, etc., to minors under the age of 18 years.
Safety Laws

7893 AS 1882 Providing that no railroad entering the corporate limits of the Parish of Orleans shall permit its engines, cars, etc., to stand on streets or crossings. See 3887 CS.
Safety Laws

555 CS 1884 Requiring freight and passenger trains entering the city to place watchmen at intersections of streets where street cars are running, at least two minutes ahead of the approaching train and to remain on the spot until train has passed. See 561 CS.
Safety Laws

730 CS 1884 Abolishing all swinging signs over sidewalks, streets, etc.
Safety Laws

973 CS 1884 Requiring all theatres to have exits plainly marked as such, and visible to the audience.
Safety Laws

2060 CS 1887 Creating the office of Steam Boiler Inspector.
Safety Laws

11878 CS 1896 Providing for the stationing of policemen at the several streets intersections for the safety of pedestrians. Repealed by 12143 CS.
Safety Laws

13794 CS 1897 Providing for the immediate repair, replacement or reconstruction of such wires, poles, posts, conduits, ducts, and manholes as may be considered unsafe by city officials having authority. See also 13838 CS, 247 NCS, and 6170 CCS.
Safety Laws

15186 CS 1899 Requiring a three foot railing around uncovered manholes.
Safety Laws

919 NCS 1901 Providing that steam and electric trains be equipped with safety brakes and automotive coupling.
Safety Laws

2862 NCS 1905 Providing that trains of the L & N Railway be flagged at the Elysian Fields Avenue and Burgundy Street crossings.
Safety Laws

4045 NCS 1906 Requiring owners of buildings having leaking galleries or overhead structures which project over the sidewalk to repair them immediately when notified.
Safety Laws

4222 NCS 1906 Providing for the placing of a fire alarm box on the stage of every theatre in the City of New Orleans.
Safety Laws

4227 NCS 1906 Requring telephone connections with the Police Department wherever entertainments are held.
Safety Laws

5047 NCS 1906 Providing that all permits heretofore, issued to Nickledome theatres, picture shows, etc. shall be null and void and no permits be issued without certificate for the City Electrician.
Safety Laws

4790 NCS 1907 Regulating the electric wiring of picture shows, theatres.
Safety Laws

5392 NCS 1908 Requiring engineers of steam engines to have a license, and creating a Board of Examiners for the Operation of Steam Engines.
Safety Laws

7017 NCS 1911 Requiring that vehicles operated without springs be equipped with lights both front and rear, to be visible after dark.
Safety Laws

8588 NCS 1912 Prohibiting the wearing of hat pins with exposed points, and providing a penalty for violation. See 250 CCS.
Safety Laws

9214 NCS 1912 Prohibiting persons from gathering, standing or sitting in the aisles of theaters, halls, opera houses, etc.
Safety Laws

5245 CCS 1918 Regulating the speed of trains on the river front and providing penalties for violation.
Safety Laws

5652 CCS 1920 Requring contractors, firms and individuals to provide suitable lights on barricades and obstructions in streets and exhibit a sign showing their names and addresses. Amending and re-enacting 2878 NCS.
Safety Laws

7340 CCS 1923 Establishing a code to govern the construction, alteration, addition and equipment of buildings used for production, storing and handling of nitro-cellulose motion picture films.
Safety Laws

8437 CCS 1925 Prohibiting the filling of automobile tanks while the motor is running.
Safety Laws

8665 CCS 1925 Providing for protection of inhabitants of outlying sections by prohibiting the subdivision and sale of land without the approval of the City Engineer and the Sewerage & Water Board.
Safety Laws

9357 CCS 1926 Providing for standard Fire Doors and Exits in public buildings, theatres, etc. Section 66 and 67 of 9327 CCS - Building Code.
Safety Laws

11299 CCS 1929 Regulating Bathing Beaches and swimming pools as to safety and sanitation.
Safety Laws

12955 CCS 1929 Prohibiting food and drink stands within 150 feet of intersection of double roadways.
Safety Laws

14160 CCS 1934 Providing for the annual physical and mental examinations of persons engaged in the professions of operating steam boilers, steam engines, internal combustion engines and/or refrigerating equipment. Amended by 14195 CCS, 14216 CCS, 14231 CCS, and 14237 CCS.
Schools




See separate SCHOOLS page.
Sewerage and Water Board




See Water Works. See Drainage. See Plumbing. Pumping Stations - Canals. See PWA.
Sewerage and Water Board

6991 AS 1881 Pertaining to a contract between the city and the New Orleans Drainage and Sewerage Company, providing for the laying of sewers and drains in the streets and public places and granting to the city the privilege of purchasing said property after 20 years.
Sewerage and Water Board

6142 CS 1892 Pertaining to a contract between the city and A. A. Woods and Associates for the construction of a sewerage system, providing for effective operation and police regulations.
Sewerage and Water Board

1909 NCS 1903 Directing sale of ground measuring 29' 9" 5''' on Carondelet Street, starting from a point 96' 0" 2''' from the corner on Lafayette Sstreet measured in the direction of Poydras Street, and extending between parallel lines 171' 9" 0''' toward St. Charles Street. Amended and re-enacted by 1995 CCS - as to measurements. This is the site where the Sewerage & Water Board Building now stands.
Sewerage and Water Board

5024 NCS 1907 Ratifying action of the Sewerage and Water Board in the purchase of the distribution system, pipes, etc., of the Algiers Water Works and Electric Company.
Sewerage and Water Board

7118 NCS 1911 Providing that the two squares of ground in front of the Water Purification Plant be set apart as a park. See Louis Johnson Park - under Parks.
Sewerage and Water Board

31 CCS 1912 Approving acceptance of bid by the Sewerage and Water Board for construction of a canal on Broad Street from lower side of St. Bernard Avenue to near Carondelet Walk; a branch canal and pipe lines on Lapeyrouse Street, Maurepas Street, and Esplanade Avenue, and a syphon under the Carondelet Navigation Canal. See also 32 CCS - acceptance of bid for construction of open and unlined canal along upper Protection Levee, on Florida Walk, and Marigny Avenue; and the construction of a wood lining in the bottom of Broad Street Canal.
Sewerage and Water Board

1036 CCS 1913 Approving action of the Sewerage and Water Board in accepting bid for the furnishing of water meters. See also 1038 CCS concerning meter boxes.
Sewerage and Water Board

1328 CCS 1914 Ratifying action by the Sewerage and Water Board in accepting bid for consstruction of a drainage pumping station to be known as Station No. 5. Location not given.
Sewerage and Water Board

1900 CCS 1914 Approving acceptance of bid by the Sewerage and Water board for construction of extension to Pumping Station No. 6; lined and covered Canal on Broad Street, and covered Canal on St. Bernard Avenue.
Sewerage and Water Board

2373 CCS 1915 Approving action by the Sewerage and Water Board in accpeting bid for constructin of additions to Pumping Station No. 2. Location not given.
Sewerage and Water Board

2551 CCS 1915 Authorizing exchange of property with Mrs. Paul Hockles in the Third District, for use of the Sewerage & Water Board. See also 2552 CCS.
Sewerage and Water Board

3900 CCS 1916 Approving action of the Sewerage and Water Board in accepting bid of R. McCarthy, Jr., for the erection of the Sewerage & Water Board Office Building on Carondelet Street.
Sewerage and Water Board

11808 CCS 1929 Providing for the sale of property owned by the city located in square bounded by Clara, Robert, Magnolia and Upperline Streets, proceeds to be dedicated for the construction of the sewerage system.
Sewerage and Water Board

12277 CCS 1930 Approving action of the Sewerage and Water Board in accepting bids for equipment for the various pumping stations throughout the city.
Sewerage and Water Board

14172 CCS 1934 Approving agreement whereby the Sewerage and Water Board obtains a loan not to exceed $2,570,000.00 from the U. S. Government (PWA) for extensions and improvements to sewers and drainage.
Sewerage and Water Board

14214 CCS 1935 Approving acceptance of bid of James M. McGowan for furnishing labor and material for scattered waterworks, sewerage and drainage construction.
Sewerage and Water Board

14232 CCS 1935 Dedicating proceeds of all manufacturers' license taxes (provided for in 14224 CCS) to the Police Department, Fire Department, and the Sewerage & Water Board.
Sewerage and Water Board

14234 CCS 1935 Approving acceptance of bids on various projects forming part of PWA Project No. 4284.
Sewerage and Water Board

14357 CCS 1936 Approving acceptance of bid of the Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company of New Orleans for furnishing underground power cable.
Sewerage and Water Board

14667 CCS 1937 Approving the acceptance of bid of Genar Company, Inc., for furnishing labor and material for scattered waterworks, sewerage, etc., for 1938.
Shooting Galleries

1894 OS 1854 Prohibiting the establishment of shooting galleries within the city limits. See also 3121 OS - Article I, Section 6.
Shooting Galleries

6852 NCS 1910 Granting to the Second Regiment Infantry L.N.G., permission to establish on its premises, 4521 Magazine Street, a suitable gallery target range for the practice of troops.
Signs




See miscellaneous grants. See Awnings.
Signs

730 CS 1884 Abolishing all swinging signs.
Signs

9770 CS 1894 Forbidding the interference with any street sign, put up by the city, by scratching, defacing, or in any manner injuring.
Signs

1135 NCS 1902 Prohibiting any sign to suspend over sidewalks.
Signs

4614 NCS 1907 Prohibiting the tacking of signs on trees, or the defacing of trees upon the public streets, squares, grounds, of public buildings, schools, etc.
Signs

109 CCS 1913 Prohibiting signs, awnings or structures over sidewalks of Audubon Street, St. Charles to Magazine.
Signs

2386 CCS 1915 Prohibiting signs or sheds over St. Charles Avenue, Lee Circle to Carrollton, and portions of intersecting streets.
Signs

14408 CCS 1936 Granting permission to Gus Mayer Company, Ltd., to erect and operate an electric sign in front of premises at 823 Canal Street.
Signs

14428 CCS 1936 Granting permission to Matthews-Maier, Inc., to erect an operate sign in front of the premises at 528 Baronne Street.
Signs

14580 CCS 1937 Granting permission to the World Bottling Company to erect horizontal sign at 1036 Canal Street.
Signs

14624 CCS 1937 Granting permission to Zetz 7-Up Bottling works to erect and operate sign in front of the premises at 938 Canal Street.
Signs

14631 CCS 1937 Granting permission to the Industrial Electirc, Incorporated, to erect and operate protruding sign in front of 1011 Canal Street.
Signs

14631 CCS 1937 Granting permission to the Industrial Electric, Inc., to erect and operate electric sign at 1011 Canal Street.
Signs

14633 CCS 1937 Granting permission to L & L Fur Shop to erect and operate sign at 622 Canal Street.
Signs

14684 CCS 1938 Granting permission to the Claude Neon Federal Company to erect and operate sign at 928 Canal Street.
Slaughter Houses

14548 CS
Regulating the slaughtering of cattle and other animals at all abattoirs, and providng a system of inspection of meats.
Slaughter Houses

2084 OS 1855 Pertaining to the establishment of slaughter houses, soap factories, tanneries, etc., within the city limits.
Slaughter Houses

1682 AS 1872 Granting permission to the N. O. City Railroad to erect double tract railroad to the Crescent City Live Stock Landing and Slaughter House.
Slaughter Houses

3018 CCS 1916 Regulating the business of rendering lard, oil, fat, grease or other substance of kindred character from animals or animal matter.
Smoke and Smoking

516 CS 1883 Prohibiting smoking on City wharves. See also 5776 CS. See also 813 CCS.
Smoke and Smoking

4197 CS 1890 Prohibiting smoking in street cars.
Smoke and Smoking

5565 CS 1891 Prohibiting smoking on Ferry Boats within the city limits.
Smoke and Smoking

9568 CS 1894 Prohibiting the use of bituminous coal for generating steam unless the furnace is equipped with some effectual device for consuming its own smoke.
Smoke and Smoking

14112 CCS 1934 Establishing under the Department of Public Safety, a sub-department to be known as the Department of Smoke Prevention and Inspection.
Smoke and Smoking Rice Chaff Nuisance
4271 AS 1877 Making it unlawful to deposit on river front with other refuse and waste except where specified, viz: below Montegut Street to strengthen bulkheads as recommended by the Board of Engineers.
Smoke and Smoking Rice Chaff Nuisance
1583 CS 1885 Providing manner in which rice chaff shall be hauled through the city streets, along with other refuse.
Smoke and Smoking Rice Chaff Nuisance
4394 CS 1890 Unlawful to build, maintain or operate any rice flumes through the levees of the Mississippi River within the Parish of Orleans.
Smoke and Smoking Rice Chaff Nuisance
4804 CS 1890 The burning of rice chaff by the various rice mills has become a nuisance by reason of smoke, soot, etc. Unlawful to burn within the city limits.
Smoke and Smoking Rice Chaff Nuisance
7882 CS 1893 Pertaining to the employment of an appliance for use when burning rice chaff under the steam boilers to prevent the formation of soot, sparks, etc.
Smoke and Smoking Rice Chaff Nuisance
7883 CS 1893 Granting permission to the various rice mills to dump their rice hulls into the Mississippi River from the wharves between Mandeville and Marigny Streets, provided the consent of wharf lessees is obtained. See Flynn's Digest - Articles: 1433, 2623 to 2631, 3184, 3185.
Social Agencies

199 CCS 1913 Directing the sale of 31 premium bonds of the Girod Fund, proceeds to be used for the repair of property owned by the Girod Fund on City Park Avenue, now used as a colored department of the Boys' Reformatory by the Louisiana Society for the prevention of Cruelty to Children.
Social Agencies

11735 CCS 1929 Appropriating $7500.00 being the city's contribution to the Community Chest for the year 1929.
Social Agencies

12882 CCS 1931 Appropriating $12,500.00 for the Community Chest for the year 1931.
Social Agencies

14186 CCS 1933 Including in the budget of expenditures for 1934 the following list of public charities:
Street Cars

13987 CCS
Making it unlawful to sell or give away street car transfers.
Street Cars

3308 AS 1875 Prohibiting persons with contagious diseases, also intoxicated persons, from riding on street cars.
Street Cars

561 CS 1884 Making it unlawful to drive a horse car across a steam car track in front of engine the approach of which has been flagged.
Street Cars

4197 CS 1890 Prohibiting smoking in street cars.
Street Cars

10697 CS 1895 Requiring that all electric cars, trolleys or trains operating on the streets of New Orleans provide some means of abating the dust nuisance caused by running of said cars, trolley, or trains.
Street Cars

13073 CS 1897 Prohibiting the spitting of tobacco or tobacco juice on the floors or platforms of street cars.
Street Cars

13267 ?CS 1897 Requiring street car companies to keep closed, all the year, the front glass windows of their cars on each side of the door; the doors to be closed on requests of passengers.
Street Cars

1470 NCS 1902 Authorizing the Fiscal Agents to borrow $7,152.80 to defray expenses for extra police during recent street car strikes.
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.



See "Permits" - See "Miscellaneous Grants" - "Signs".
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.

4045 NCS
Requiring owners of buildings having leaky galleries projecting over sidewalk to repair immediately after being notified.
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.

3121 OS 1856 Unlawful to carry away any earth from streets, parks, or commons. Article I, Section 16. Unlawful to hitch horses on or near sidewalk, or to wash horses on sidewalk. Article I, Sections 18 and 19. Unlawful to hang bedding or clothing for drying, on trees, posts, or fences, or on lines suspended from either, or to spread upon the ground, or to shake carpets on any public squares, streets, promonades or other public grounds belonging to or under control of the city. Article I, Section 20.
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.

1123 AS 1871 To prevent the obstruction of sidewalks, streets, etc., by merchandise.
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.

1955 AS 1871 To prevent the obstruction of streets, banquettes, and gutters. See also 4797 AS as amended by 83 CS and 3035 CS - also 4965 CS.
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.

7164 AS 1881 Requiring that a red light be placed in the center of any excavation or obstruction of brick, sand, or dirt in the street or sidewalk, at night.
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.

7289 AS 1881 Making it unlawful for any individual or corporation to keep torn up and in disorder any street, for a longer period than 20 days.
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.

389 CS 1883 Requiring the repairing of sidewalks, keeping free from weeds and grass.
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.

749 CS 1884 Requiring that a uniform grade be established for all sidewalks within the corporate limits of the city.
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.

1750 CS 1886 Prohibiting the driving of cows, horses, mules, carts, or vehicles upon the sidewalks. See 714 CS.
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.

8927 CS 1894 Making it unlawful to throw wood, stone, brick, lime, cement, shells, paving material, etc., on the neutral ground of St. Charles Avenue, or to plant anything or upturn the dirt without the permission of the Commission of St. Charles Avenue.
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.

15186 CS 1899 Requiring a 3-foot railing around uncovered manholes while working therein.
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.

15472 CS 1899 Prohibiting the erection of benches or seats on the sidewalks in the vicinity of barrooms.
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.

713 NCS 1901 Prohibiting the use of streets for telephone operations without permit.
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.

1135 NCS 1902 Prohibiting any sign to suspend over sidewalks without permit.
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.

2878 NCS 1905 Requiring persons doing work on the streets or sidewalks to exhibit a sign with name and address. Amended and re-eneacted by 5652 CCS.
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.

3026 NCS 1905 Prohibiting the mixing of concrete on public streets.
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.

3720 NCS 1906 Prohibiting the driving of vehicles over curbs and neutral grounds.
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.

4203 NCS 1906 Prohibiting the erection of stands or booths on sidewalks for the sale of merchandise without a permit from the Mayor. See also 972 CCS as amended and re-enacted by 1165 CCS.
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.

4259 NCS 1907 Prohibiting structures over sidewalks or streets where posts are necessary to support same. Applicable to area bounded by Poydras, St. Louis, the river and Claiborne Streets. Repealed by 4394 NCS - See 11911 CCS.
Streets and Sidewalks - Construction, Use, Etc.

6554 CCS 1921 Regulating the dimensions, load capacity, wheels, speed and equipment of motor trucks, tractors, and trailers used on the streets of New Orleans. See also 16325 CS, 378 NCS, and 5887 NCS - regulating width of tires on vehicles.
Streets and Sidewalks - Obstruction, Use, Etc.

11298 CCS 19?9 Requiring the removal of show cases and show windows from sidewalks. Repealing 3025 CS. Amended by 14207 CCS.
Streets and Sidewalks - Obstruction, Use, Etc.

11911 CCS 1930 Ordering all posts supporting galleries, balconies, or other structures, and all signs, clocks, barber poles, etc., now resting upon the sidewalks on Canal Street from the river to the lake side of Claiborne Street, (except U. S. Mail Boxes, Fire Hydrants, Traffic equipment, and other structures under Federal or State control) to be removed.
Streets and Sidewalks - Obstruction, Use, Etc.

14115 CCS 1934 Regulating the use of streets, sidewalks, etc., for private enterprise, fixing a schedule of charges, etc. Repealed by 14146 CCS.
Streets and Sidewalks - Obstruction, Use, Etc.

14194 CCS 1934 Prohibiting the wrecking or junking of cars on sidewalks or grounds not properly enclosed by a fence.. Amended and re-enacted by 14283 CCS.
Streets, Paving




See Paving
Streets, Paving

13043 CS 1897 Authorizing the publication of the intention of the Council to provide for the pavement of sidewalks in accordance with provisions of Act 45 of 1896. See 749 CS - providing for uniform grade.
Streets, Paving

2204 CCS 1915 Amending and re-enacting 2016 CCS providing the manner in which roadway pavements and sidewalks pavements shall be cut, made and restored; and repealing 2831 NCS. Repealed by 13927 CCS. See also 4876 NCS.
Streets, Paving

6703 CCS 1922 Amending Statdand Plans and Specification adopted for street paving as per ordinance No. 6441 CCS.
Streets, Paving

10603 CCS 1928 To prohibiting the cutting; indenting or damaging of street paving by driving, pushing, or hauling any vehicle or truck, road machine, tractor or heavy object.
Streets, Paving

10626 CS 1928 Providing that real estate owners have the right to petition for the kind and character of pavement they prefer, and providing the manner in which said petitions be presented to the Council.
Streets, Paving

13927 CCS 1933 Repealing Ordinance 2204 CCS and regulating the manner in which cuts in roadway pavements and sidewalk pavements shall be authorized, made and restored.
Streets, Paving

14443 CCS 1936 Amending and rewriting ordinance 14101 CCS covering general specifications for street paving and temporary surfacing. See also 14444 CCS and 14586 CCS.
Streets, Paving

14445 CCS 1936 Appropriating and dedicating $100,000.00 for the purchase of materials representing the contribution of the City of New Orleans in the street repairing and rehabilitation program being carried out by the Works Progress Administration.
Streets, Paving

14462 CCS 1936 Accepting bid of Jahncke Service, Inc., for furnishing the city with coarse aggregate and fine aggregate cement as per proposal No. 3059.
Streets, Paving

14463 CCS 1936 Accepting the bid of Craven and Lang for furnishing the city with Hot natural limestone, rock asphalt, binder, priming coat, asphaltic cement, dry slag chips, and dry concrete sand. per proposal #3058.
Streets, Paving

14474 CCS 1936 Accepting bid of Craven & Lang, Inc. for furnishing all necessary materials for both roadways of Canal Street from Claiborne Avenue to City Park Avenue.
Streets, Paving

14474 CCS 1936 Accepting the bid of Craven and Lang for furnishing all necessary materials, labor, tools, service etc., for the repairing and flush coating both road ways of Canal Street from Claiborne Avenue to City Park Avenue. See 14454 CCS advertising for bids.
Streets, Paving

14584 CCS 1937 Authorizing the Commission of Public Finances, and the City Auditor to destroy by cremation, paid and cancelled paving certificates when same have been paid by the city, and to issue a certificate to that effect.
Streets, Paving

14586 CCS 1937 Amending 14443 CCS.
Streets, Paving

14627 CCS 1937 Accepting the bid of Craven and Lang for the resurfacing of Carrollton Avenue from City Park Avenue to St. Charles. See 14612 CCS - advertising for bids.
Streets, Paving

14652 CCS 1937 Appropriating and dedicating $50,000.00 for the purchase of materials in connection with the street repair and rehabilitation program being provided for through the Works Progress Administration.
Streets, Paving

14653 CCS 1937 Advertising for bids for material and skilled labor necessary in carrying out of street repair program in co-operation with the WPA.
Subdivisions

8665 CCS 1925 Prohibiting the opening of subdivisions without the approval of the City Engineer, the Sewerage & Water Board, and the Inspector of Fire Hazards.
Subdivisions

9652 CCS 1926 Exchanging certain streets no longer needed for public use for other streets within the Victor & Prevost, Inc., Tract, and providing that the land transferred to Victor & Preovost, Inc., be restricted to residential use only. See also 11111 CCS and 11622 CCS.
Subdivisions

13057 CCS 1931 Exchanging certain streets no longer needed for public use for other streets within the lands of the Pontchartrain Realty Company, and providing that the lands herewith transferred shall be restricted to residential use.
Subdivisions

14285 CCS 1935 Providing for the closing of certain streets in the New Orleans Land Shore Land Company tract, and transferring same to Samuel Zemurray in exchanage for other streets and roadway to be opened through his property. See also 14613 CCS.
Sunday Closing

State Act 18 1886 To close all stores, groceries, saloons, etc., not including newspaper offices, drug stores, book stores, undertakers, markets, bakeries, dairies, restaurants, theatres, etc., etc.
Sunday Closing

4604 NCS 1907 Prohibiting contractors or others working on buildings near churches on Sundays.
Sunday Closing

5950 NCS 1909 Prohibiting the operation of barber shops after 12 M on Sundays until midnight.
Sunday Closing

5183 CCS 1918 Providing for the closing of bakeries and prohibiting the sale and delivery of bread between the hours of 12 PM Saturdays and 12 PM Sundays. See also 13380 CCS.
Sunday Closing

5351 CCS 1919 Authorizing public and quasi-public markets to remain open all day on Saturdays. See also 9376 CCS - providing for the closing of all butcher shops and markets between the hours of 12 o-clock Saturday nights and 12 o'clock Sunday nights. See also 9612 CCS applicable to fish, vegetables and poultry, live or dressed.
Sunday Closing

9376 CCS 1926 Providing for the closing of butcher shops, butcher stands, and meat markets. See "Markets" under "Rules governing". See also 9612 CCS.
Sunday Closing

12036 CCS 1930 Prohibiting the business of cleaning, pressing, hat cleaning, cleaning or shining shoes on Sundays. See also 4187 CCS.
Sunday Closing

13380 CCS 1931 Providing for the closing of baker shops and bakeries, prohibiting the sale and delivery of bread between the hours of 12 PM on Saturdays, and 12 PM on Sundays.
Surety Bonds




See Courts, also City Government.
Surety Bonds

172 CS 1883 Providing that the several Chief Clerks in the different departments of the City Government be required to furnish a bond in favor of the Mayor, and stipulating the amount in each case.

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