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Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, etc., That any person or dealer violating the provisions of this ordinance shall be fined not more than twenty-five dollars for each offense, or suffer imprisonment for not more than thirty days in the House of Detention, in default of the payment of the fine imposed by the recorder having jurisdiction. (See Ordinances 6527 A and 4155 C. s. 3.)

ORDINANCE 4293, N. C. S.

(Adopted December 18, 1906.)

An ordinance requiring subsidiary boards, etc., receiving money from the City of New Orleans to file annual statement with the City Comptroller.

Whereas, The information herein referred to is essential to the Comptroller in making up the annual report required of him by the City Charter; therefore,

Be it ordained by the Council of the City of New Orleans, That all boards, commissions or other subsidiary corporations receiving money from the City of New Orleans be and they are hereby required to file with the City Comptroner, on or before the fifteenth day of January of each year, a statement showing the total amount received by such body from the City of New Orleans, the total disbursements made from such sum, without the necessity of detailing same, and the balance in the hands of such body out of the funds so received from the City of New Orleans, on the 31st day of December of each year.

ORDINANCE 4389, N. C. S.

(Adopted January 29, 1907.)

An ordinance for the better protection of public health and to pre vent the spread of disease.

Whereas, Various ordinances have been adopted by the Council of the City of New Orleans, making it unlawful to sell or offer for sale articles of food and drink injurious to public wealth, and fixing penalties for their violation; and,

Whereas, Said ordinances have been found insufficient to prevent the sale, or offering for sale, or exposing for sale of such articles of food and drink; therefore,

Be it ordained by the Council of the City of New Orleans: Section 1. That no person shall hold or have in his possession. whether for storage, exchange, delivery or sale, any adulterated, decayed, decomposing, rotten, souring or unwholesome foods or drinks.

Sec. 2. That the City Board of Health, its officers, agents or employes shall have the right to enter upon any premises or enclosures connected therewith, or into any building where any article of food or drink is stored, deposited, sold, exchanged, delivered or of fered or exposed for sale, for the purpose of examining into the condition or wholesomeness of said articles of food or drink. Provided said entry shall be made between the hours of 6 a. m. and 6 p. m.

Sec. 3. That on application of the City Board of Health, through its officers, agents or employes, any person having in his possession such articles of food or drink, whether for storage, exchange, delivery or sale shall forthwith furnish samples thereof in sufficient quantity for purposes of examination.

Sec. 4. That all articles of food or drink found by said City Board of Health, through its officers, agents or employes to be unwholesome or unfit for human consumption, whether in public or private markets, groceries or fruit stands, and generally wherever stored, deposited, sold, exchanged, delivered, or offered or exposed for sale, shall forthwith be taken charge of by said City Board of Health, through its officers, agents or employes, and promptly destroyed without compensation to the owner or possessor thereof. Provided, that the said City Board of Health shall, upon request of the owner or person from whom said property is taken, issue a certificate of condemnation, showing the condition of said food or drink, in cider that the property rights of all parties may be protected.

Sec. 5. That any person or persons interfering with the officers, agents or employes of the City Board of Health in the discharge of their duties under this ordinance, or otherwise violating any section of this ordinance, shall be fined not less than ten ($10.00) dollars nor more than twenty-five ($25.00) dollars, or suffer imprisonment for not less than ten (10) days nor more than thirty (30) days, or both, in the discretion of the Recorder in whose district the offense is committed. Provided, that if any person purchased goods as above stated, in good faith, as sound, and intended same to be sound, no penalty shall be inflicted other than the surrender of the property.

Sec. 6. That each day that any such violation continues shall constitute a separate and distinct offense.

ORDINANCE 4702, N. C. S.

(Adopted June 25, 1907.)

An ordinance prohibiting the erection or operation of stock pens, etc., in the area bounded by Toledano street, Peters avenue, Claiborne avenue and the Mississippi River.

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Council of the City of New Orleans, That hereafter it shall be unlawful to erect, operate, maintain stock pens, cattle pens, shipping or unloading stations for cattle in the area bounded by Toledano street, Peters avenue, Claiborne avenue and the Mississippi River.

Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, etc., That any individual, firm or corporation violating the provisions of Section 1 of this ordinance shall be subject to a fine of not less than Ten ($10.00) dollars or more than Twenty-five ($25) dollars, or to imprisonment for not more than thirty days, at the discretion of the court having proper jurisdiction; and that each day that the provisions of Section 1 of this ordinance are violated shall constitute a separate offense.

ORDINANCE 4718, N. C. S.

(Adopted July 2, 1907.)

An ordinance providing for the appointment of a commission to aid and advise in the enforcement of the provisions of Ordinance No. 3738, N. C. S., regarding sanitary regulations for tenement houses, and to report violations thereof, etc.

Whereas, The City of New Orleans has adopted Ordinance No. 3738, N. C. S., providing sanitary regulations for tenement houses, and Whereas, It is deemed advisable to create a commission to aid and assist in carrying into effect the provisions thereof:

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Council of the City of New Orleans, That a body to be known as the Advisory Tenement Commission is hereby created, to be composed of seven members, to be appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the Council, whose duty it shall be to act in an advisory capacity in the matter of putting into operation the terms and provisions of Ordinance No. 3738, N. C. S., and accordingly to make such suggestions and recommendations as to them may seem proper for that purpose, with a view of improving the conditions referred to in said ordinance with the least hardship to the persons thereby affected, and to call to the attention of the Mayor any violations thereof, and to submit to him due proof thereof, and to do anything conducive to the betterment of the evils attempted to be remedied by the said ordinance; any and all reports to the Mayor to be made in writing.

ORDINANCE 4920, N. C. 3.

(Adopted October 1, 1907.)

An ordinance requiring owners of property in the City of New Orleans, or their agents, to cut and remove grass, weeds, etc., from sluewalks in front of their premises.

Section 1. Be it ordained by the Council of the City of New Orleans, That owners of unimproved or unoccupied, or tenants or occupants of improved or occupied, real property, or their agents, be and they are hereby required to cut and remove all grass, weeds, etc., upon the sidewalks in front of their premises, within five days after receipt of written notice so to do issued by the City of New Orleans or some officer thereof.

Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, etc., That failure to comply with the foregoing section after receipt of such notice shall subject the offender to a fine not exceeding twenty-five ($25.00) dollars or to imprisonment not exceeding thirty (30) days, or both at the discretion of the Recorder of the district in which sucu violation may occur, and each day during which such violation may occur shall be deemed a separate violation within the terms of this ordinance, and the offender be punishable accordingly.

Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, etc., That all ordinances bearing on this subject matter be and the same are hereby repealed.

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LAWS AND ORDINANCES

ADULTERANTS

Chemicals, injurious, etc., may not be used as.

Dairy products, sale of for, prohibited.

Dairy vehicle, may not carry water in.

Ice Cream, Sherbet....

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ABATEMENT—

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Nuisance (See "Nuisance"), Authority B. of H. to....

L. 336, 1855, s. 6.

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Authority B. of H. to...

L. 269, 1858. s. 1

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Notice (See "Notice") to abate, must be served when. L. 85, 1882, s. 4 & 5.

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ABATTOIR, (See "Slaughterhouse")

N. O. Butchers' Co-Op. Co., Ltd., original franchise to
A. J. Forstall, et al......

.. O. 5,180, C.....

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Dairy vehicle, may not be carried in

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ADULTERATION, (See "Article," Adulterated), defined.. L. 82, 1882, s. 2.
ADVERTISING-

Bill posting, announcing medicines and cures, prohibited. O. 3,121, O. Art. 1, s. 4.
Bill posting, on certain streets, prohibited....

Peddlers, hawkers, drugs, etc., cures and treatment

by, prohibited..

ADVISORY TENEMENT COMMISSION-
Appointment of, provided for....

AGENTS

Fire Escapes, must provide, when..

Laboratories, as to B. of H. rules regulating.

Lots (See "Lots" and "Grading").

Mosquito ordinance, must comply with, when

Nuisance, Filth, etc., must remove, when, after notice. Sidewalks, Grass, Weeds, etc., must remove, when, after notice..

Water Supply, must provide what and when, (See
"Water Supply"), after notice...

AIR, (See "Ventilation," B. of H., "Ventilation")—
AISLES OF MARKETS, Meat, sale of in centre, only,
in Dryades, Treme, Claiborne and Poydras.....
ALBUMENOID AMMONIA, (See "Ammonia")—
ALLEY-

Common, Grade, when below established, Commr. Pub.
Works must give 10 days notice to....
Common, Repair, notice to, Commr. Pub. Works must
give 10 days notice..

Garbage can, may be placed on, collector shall not
throw can on..

Inspection, B. of H. authorized to enter and make. Nuisance, Filth, etc., may be removed, after notice.... AMMONIA

Albumenold, in water and ice, may not have more than 5-10 of a part per million..

AMUSEMENT—

Places of, spitting on floors of, prohibited... ANALYSIS, (See "Chemist, Analysis")

B. of H. must make on application of citizen, may charge reasonable fee for..

O. 408, N. C., s. 2..

L. 49, 1894, s. 12.

O. 4,718, N. C.

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ANIMALS. (See "Slaughterhouses" and under their

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Dead, disposition of those dying from Glanders, etc... O. 6,022, A., s. 30.
Contagious and infectious disease, dying from, to be
Cremated

L. 89, 1898

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Garbage, dead, except cows, horses and mules, are.... O. 2,910, N. C., s. 4.
Glanders, disposal of....

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O. 6,022, A., s. 30.

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Removal, owner, etc., must notify police within one
hour of death

Must be removed within three hours.

In covered vehicle

Deodorant must be used

Rendering of

Report, of those dying, contagious or infectious dis-
ease, etc., must be made to B. of H.
Must be made within three hours of death.
River, lake, etc., may not be, thrown into.

River, lake, etc., from which water supply for cities
be taken, may not be thrown into

River, lake, etc., unlawful to throw into

River, lake, etc., unlawful to throw into above water
works

River, lake, etc., unlawful to throw into above water
works, except at designated points

Flesh of, dying from disease, or diseased when killed,
sale of prohibited

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Glanders. (See "Charbon," same rules as to.)

L. 213, 1906

. O. 3,684, C.

May not be brought into city sick with; must be
reported to B. of H., and B. of H. may order killed. O. 6,022, A., s. 29

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Meat (non-game) must be inspected and have B. of H.
tag on before put on sale in markets..

Or anywhere else, and fees paid before sale.
Sale of. blown, from animal over fifteen months old,
prohibited

Sale of, from animal under four weeks old, pro-
hibited

Milk, may not be kept in same room with..

Municipalities of 2000 or more inhabitants may enact
ordinances prohibiting running at large..
Offal. from cabs, vehicles, etc., must be removed twice
daily, at 12 M. and 5 P. M.

Vats, receiving tanks for

Roaming, city may enact ordinances to prevent.
Skin, may not be unlawfully taken from

Tenements, what may not be kept on premises.

Vats, receiving tanks for

Washing on sidewalks prohibited

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