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          Synopsis of Ordinances, 1841-1937


Subjects beginning with letter T

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




See Department of Public Welfare - Gasoline Tax and Licenses; Taxes - Liquor
Taxes

1930 OS 1855 Requiring a tax on all trades and professions to offset the interest on the Pontchartrain Railroad Bond Issue.
Taxes

1990 OS 1855 Providing that proprietors of business establishments shall pay a tax on all employees over the age of 16 years.
Taxes

4261 OS 1858 Providing for a uniform rate of taxes and licenses on professions, callings, and other businesses. See also 1903.
Taxes

2884 CS 1888 To provide for the holding of an election for the purpose of levying a special tax for the construction of Audubon Park.
Taxes

13990 CCS 1933 Creating the New Orleans Tax Revision Commission (5 to 7 members) to make a study and survey of the present taxing system of the city with a view of economizing.
Taxes Delinquent
11301 CS 1895 Authorizing the City Treasurer to make settlement of delinquent city taxes on presentation of a research certificate showing taxes and interest due on said property.
Taxes For Roads, Streets, Etc.
14037 CCS
Repealing Sec. 12 of 14003 CCS
Taxes For Roads, Streets, Etc.
14096 CCS
Adding tax on kerosene, fuel oil, distillates, crude oil, naptha, etc.
Taxes For Roads, Streets, Etc.
14241 CCS
Amending 14096 CCS
Taxes For Roads, Streets, Etc.
14300 CCS
Amending 14003 CCS providing refund of tax upon proof that gasoline was unavoidable destroyed.
Taxes For Roads, Streets, Etc.
14441 CCS
Providing an additional 1¢ tax on gasoline, kerosene, etc.
Taxes For Roads, Streets, Etc.
14503 CCS
Creating a special public improvement fund and providing additional 2¢ tax on Gas.
Taxes For Roads, Streets, Etc.
14003 CCS 1932 Carrying into effect the provisions of Act 180 of 1924; providing for the levying of a tax of 1¢ per gallon on gasoline for roadways, streets, subsurface drains, etc.
Taxes For Welfare Purposes
14149 CCS 1934 Carrying into effect the provisions of Act 138 of the Legislature of 1932 authorizing a tax on places of amusement or entertainment. Amended by 14154, 14238, and 14269 CCS. See also 14301 and 14369 CCS.
Taxes For Welfare Purposes
14170 CCS 1934 To carry into effect the provisions of Act 21 of the Special Session of 1934 by levying a tax of 1¢ on all gasoline sales. See also 14205 CCS.
Taxes For Welfare Purposes
14301 CCS 1935 Levying a tax on places of amusement, defining persons from who tax is collectible, prescribing manner of enforcing payment, and authorizing the Gasoline Tax Department to publish rules and regulations governing enforcement. Amended by 14369 CCS.
Taxes For Welfare Purposes
14329 CCS 1935 Supplementing 14170 adding benefits to old age and invalidism (tax 1%) for 1935. See also 14341 CCS - 1% tax)
Taxes For Welfare Purposes
14398 CCS 1936 Levying gasoline tax (1%) for relief of unemployed and mothers' aid.
Taxes For Welfare Purposes
14420 CCS 1936 To carry into effect the provisions of Act 291 of 1936 providing for a 2% tax on the sale of tickets to places of amusement.
Taxes Luxury Tax (Luxury Sales Tax)
14432 CCS 1936 Providing a luxury tax of 2% on all tangible personal property made the subject of sale at retail. Amended by 14465 CCS.
Taxes Real and Personal
13444 CCS 1932 Ordinance covering taxes upon the assessed value of all property, Real Estate and Personal, liable to taxation within the limits of the City of New Orleans for the year 1932.
Taxes Real and Personal
13874 CCS 1933 Ordinance covering taxes upon the assessed value of all property, Real Estate and Personal, liable to taxation within the limits of the City of New Orleans for the year 1933.
Taxes Real and Personal
14052 CCS 1934 Ordinance covering taxes upon the assessed value of all property, Real Estate and Personal, liable to taxation within the limits of the City of New Orleans for the year 1934.
Taxes Real and Personal
14199 CCS 1934 Providing that all taxable property, real and personal, shall be valued for municipal taxation purposes at 85%.
Taxes Real and Personal
14209 CCS 1934 Refunding monies paid to the City in error. Covering taxes.
Taxes Real and Personal
14204 CCS 1935 Ordinance covering taxes upon the assessed value of all property, Real Estate and Personal, liable to taxation within the limits of the City of New Orleans for the year 1935.
Taxes Real and Personal
14330 CCS 1936 Ordinance covering taxes upon the assessed value of all property, Real Estate and Personal, liable to taxation within the limits of the City of New Orleans for the year 1936.
Taxes Real and Personal
14356 CCS 1936 Cancelling an erroneous sale for taxes of property of 1930 assessed in the name of Benj. Gross, located in square 141 of the 14th Assessment District Sixth Municipal District.
Taxes Real and Personal
14442 CCS 1936 Authorizing the cancellation of City Tax Sale of certain property assessed in the name of Mrs. Antonio Alberti, wife of Sebastian D. Young, and now owned by the Board of Levee Commissioners of the Orleans Levee District.
Taxes Real and Personal
14458 CCS 1936 Authorizing the deducting of 1% of all real and personal property taxes for cost of collections.
Taxes Real and Personal
14459 CCS 1936 Excepting busses opeerated by charitable institutions and schools from taxation.
Taxes Real and Personal
14509 CCS 1937 Ordinance covering taxes upon the assessed value of all property, Real Estate and Personal, liable to taxation within the limits of the City of New Orleans for the year 1937.
Taxes Real and Personal
14540 CCS 1937 Providing for refund to the Columbia Building and Loan Association, the amount of taxes aid under protest.
Telegraph

400 OS 1852 Providing for the extension of the telegraph lines of the South West Pass Telegraph Co. into New Orleans
Telegraph

4585 OS 1859 Pertaining to the introduction of the Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph.
Telephones

15744 CS 1899 Directing the Comptroller to advertise for the supplying and furnishing telephonic communications between the engine houses, the Fire Alarm office, Police Stations and Supt. Of Police, and all other departmetns of the City Government, for a period of five years. See also 15806 CS - accepting bid of the People's Telephone Company.
Telephones

713 NCS 1901 Prohibiting any person, or persons, from using the streets of the City of New Orleans for telephone purposes without previous permit, privilege or franchise.
Telephones

1437 NCS 1902 Prohibiting the use of obscene language over the telephone.
Telephones

4227 NCS 1906 Requiring telephone connections in theatres and all public places where entertainments are held, with the Police Department.
Theatres




See Motion Pictures - Safety Laws
Theatres

306 CS 1883 Providing that policemen on guard at theatres, balls, or exhibitions of any kind have the priviledge to enter and remain within.
Theatres

973 CS 1884 Requiring all theatres to have exits plainly marked and visible to the audience.
Theatres

3050 NCS 1905 Authorizing inspection of electric wiring in theatres and other buildings used for public entertainment. See also 4790 NCS - regulating the wiring.
Theatres

4222 NCS 1906 Providing for the placing of a fire alarm box in every theatre. See also 4227 NCS - requiring telephone connection with the Police Department.
Theatres

9214 NCS 1912 Prohibiting the standing in aisles of picture shows, theatres, etc.
Theatres

2568 CCS 1915 Providing for the sanitation of picture shows and theatres.
Theatres

7430 CCS 1923 Establishing a code to govern the construction, alteration, addition and equipment of buildigns used for production, storing and handling of nitro-cellulose motion picture films.
Theatres

14301 CCS 1935 Levying a tax on places of amusement and entertainment, funds to go to the account of the Public Welfare.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937




Prior to 1900 see "Vehicles".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937




Prior to 1900 See "Vehicles".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937





Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

1290 CCS
Requiring license from all "drivers of mechanically driven machines". Amending 1174 CCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

1392 CCS
Designating Common, Gravier, Iberville, Bienville, Royal, Bourbon and Lafayette as "one-way" streets. Amending 1173 CCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

1393 CCS
Reducing the license fee from $2.00 to $1.00 and extending privilege to other members of family for 25 cents. Amending 1174 CCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

1556 CCS
Repealing 1174 CCS as amended by 1393 CCS, due to Act of Legislature prohibiting the exacting of a photograph from applicants for license. Amending 1174 CCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

3057 NCS
Forbidding the draining of oil on streets. Amending 2059 NCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

5323 CCS
Requiring that every taxicab carry an official number plate attached to the front of the cab. Amending 5181 CCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

6684 CCS
Adding Clio and Erato as one-way streets. Amending 6173 CCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

6991 NCS
Raising age limit for Taxi drivers. Amending 2059 NCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

2059 NCS 1903 Providing rules governing the use of automobiles, auto cars and similar vehicles on the streets; requiring that drivers be over 16 years of age, have a permit from Police, and that vehicles bear license plates. Amended by 3057 NCS and 6991 NCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

6140 NCS 1909 Providing that drivers of motorcycles shall obtain permit from the Police and vehicles bear number.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

1173 CCS 1914 Regulating the manner of the use of the streets, alleys, etc., by carts, drays, wagons, omnibuses, Automobiles, Motorcycles, and every description of carriage kept for hire or for private use. Establishing rules for crossing, turning, rates of speed, signals, etc. Amended by 1392 CCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

1174 CCS 1914 Creating a Board of Examiners for the examination and licensing of chauffeurs, motorcycle drivers, etc., and levying a tax therefor. Amended by 1393 CCS, 1290 CCS, and 1556 CCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

1571 CCS 1914 Refixing the speed limit previously fixed by 1174 CCS (which was repealed) at 10 miles per hour in business district and 20 miles outside of business district.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

5181 CCS 1918 General traffic law governing the use of streets and thoroughfares by Carts, Drays, Wagons, Omnibuses, Automobiles, Motorcycles, and all vehicles kept for hire or for private use, covering signals, pedestrians, crossing, turning, stopping, etc., etc. Amended by 5323.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

6173 CCS 1921 General traffic law governing the manner of use of the streets and thoroughfares by Carts, Drays, Wagons, Omnibuses, Automobiles, motorcycles, and all vehicles kept for hire or for private use, covering signals, pedestrians, crossing, turning, stopping, one-way streets, etc., etc. Amended by 6684 CCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

7490 CCS 1923 General traffic law regulating the manner of use on the public streets and thoroughfares of Street Cars, Carts, Drays, Wagons, Omnibuses, Automobiles, Motorcycles and every description of carriage kept for hire or for private use, and the manner of use of the streets by pedestrians, etc., etc. See Classification of Traffic Laws.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

13702 CCS 1932 General traffic law regulating the manner of use of the public streets and thorough-fares by Street Cars, Carts, Drays, Wagons, Omnibuses, automobiles, Motorcycles and every description of carriage kept for hire or for private use, and manner of use of the streets by pedestrians, etc., etc. See Classification of Traffic Laws.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

14104 CCS 1934 Providing that operators of street cars or buses carrying passengers or school children come to full stop before crossing or entering intersection streets. Applicable also to vehicles and pedestrians crossing intersecting streets.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

14250 CCS 1935 Making it unlawful to use the words "Consular Corps" or "Diplomatic Service" on any automobile other than those in such service.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

14266 CCS 1935 Providing for the manner in which employees of the Department shall be paid.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

14452 CCS 1936 Providing for a survey to be made of the city for the purpose of better controlling and regulating traffic, in regard to the installation of Parking Meters.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

14500 CCS 1936 Providing for the installation of Parking Meters and their control.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

14512 CCS 1936 Advertising for bids and the letting of contract for the installation and maintenance of Parking Meters in designated locations.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937

14531 CCS 1936 Amending 13825 CCS (Taxicab Ordinance) adding a provision for the transfer of bond, liability, etc.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Abandoned and Unclaimed Cars



See "Parking".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Accidents Must stop, give assistance - Report to Police. 1174 CCS
Section 1, Paragraph (g).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Accidents Must stop, give assistance - Report to Police. 13702 CCS
Article X, Paragraphs 1 to 3.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Accidents Must stop, give assistance - Report to Police. 6173 CCS
Article III, Paragraph (g).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Accidents Must stop, give assistance - Report to Police. 7490 CCS
Article VIII, Paragraph 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Address Commercial vehicles must bear owner's name and address. 13702 CCS
Article X, Paragraph 18.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Address Commercial vehicles must bear owner's name and address. 5620 NCS
Section 1, Paragraph l.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Address Commercial vehicles must bear owner's name and address. 7490 CCS
Article IV, Paragraph 20.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Address False address - Change of - State Registry - Car Sold. 13702 CCS
Article X, Paragraph 14.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Address False address - Change of - State Registry - Car Sold. 7490 CCS
Article VIII, Paragraphs 9, 10, and 11.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Advertising Display - "For Sale". 13702 CCS
Article VIII, Paragraphs 14 & 15.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Advertising Display - "For Sale". 7490 CCS
Article III, Paragraph 15.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Advertising Pasting on private cars. 8435 CCS
Section I.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Animals Control of, left unattended, treatment, etc. 1173 CCS
Section 7, Paragraphs (a) and (d).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Animals Control of, left unattended, treatment, etc. 13702 CCS
Article X, Paragraph 16.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Animals Control of, left unattended, treatment, etc. 2059 NCS
Section 4.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Animals Control of, left unattended, treatment, etc. 5181 CCS
Article III, Paragraph 12.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Animals Control of, left unattended, treatment, etc. 6173 CCS
Article III, Paragraph 13.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Animals Control of, left unattended, treatment, etc. 7490 CCS
Article VIII, Paragraph 6.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Animals Persons riding to obey rules. 13702 CCS
Article II, Paragraph (g).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Bicycles On sidewalks, Stunt riding, Hooking to vehicles. 1173 CCS
Section 8, Paragraph (j).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Bicycles On sidewalks, Stunt riding, Hooking to vehicles. 13702 CCS
Article VIII, Paragraph 3.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Bicycles On sidewalks, Stunt riding, Hooking to vehicles. 5181 CCS
Article III, Paragraph 11.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Bicycles On sidewalks, Stunt riding, Hooking to vehicles. 6173 CCS
Article III, Paragraph 11.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Bicycles On sidewalks, Stunt riding, Hooking to vehicles. 7490 CCS
Article VII, Paragraph 9.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Bicycles Special Ordinance. 3885 CS
Section 1, Paragraph 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Blocking



See "Parking". See "Rules of the Road".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Crossing Streets and Intersections



See "Stopping". See "Rules", etc.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Crossings



See "One-Way Crossings".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Curb Cannot stop at left side, or stand abreast. 1173 CCS
Section 2, Paragraphs (h) and (i).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Curb Cannot stop at left side, or stand abreast. 5181 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 5.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Curb Cannot stop at left side, or stand abreast. 6173 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 7.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Curb Cannot stop at left side, or stand abreast. 6574 NCS
Section 1, Paragraph (j).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Curb Cannot stop at left side, or stand abreast. 7490 CCS
Article VIII, Section 16.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Curb Special Ordinance 3720 NCS
Cannot drive over curbs and neutral grounds.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Curb Service Prohibited on St. Charles Avenue. 13702 CCS
Article X, Paragraph 144.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Curb Service Prohibited on St. Charles Avenue. 6696 CCS
Section 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Curb Service Prohibited on St. Charles Avenue. 7490 CCS
Article III, Paragraph 6.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Curb Service Special Ordinance 12955 CCS
Prohibited within 150 feet of intersection of two double roadway neutral ground avenues.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Draining Of oil on streets. 3057 NCS
Section 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Draining Of oil on streets. 7490 CCS
Article VIII, Paragraph 15.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Drivers Age and qualifications. 1174 CCS
Section 1, Paragraph (g). Repealed by 1556 CCS
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Drivers Age and qualifications. 13702 CCS
Article IX, Paragraph 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Drivers Age and qualifications. 2059 NCS
Section 1, Paragraph 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Drivers Age and qualifications. 5181 CCS
Article III, Paragraph 6.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Drivers Age and qualifications. 6173 CCS
Article III, Paragraph 7.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Drivers Age and qualifications. 7490 CCS
Article V, Paragraph 1 to 5.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Drivers Drugs & Intoxicants forbidden. 13702 CCS
Article V, Paragraph 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Drivers Drugs & Intoxicants forbidden. 6572 CCS
Section 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Drivers Special Ordinance 4745 CCS
Raising the age of Chauffeurs.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Drivers Special Ordinance 6991 NCS
Raising the age of taxi drivers.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Driver's License On revoking driver's license. 13702 CCS
Article XI, Paragraphs 20 to 24.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Driver's License Permits, Bd of Examiners, fees, license plates, etc., covering private operators and taxi drivers. 1174 CCS
Section 1, Paragraph (b).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Driver's License Permits, Bd of Examiners, fees, license plates, etc., covering private operators and taxi drivers. 1209 CCS
Section 2, Paragraph 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Driver's License Permits, Bd of Examiners, fees, license plates, etc., covering private operators and taxi drivers. 13702 CCS
Article IX, Paragraphs 1 to 24.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Driver's License Permits, Bd of Examiners, fees, license plates, etc., covering private operators and taxi drivers. 1393 CCS
Section 1, Paragraph 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Driver's License Permits, Bd of Examiners, fees, license plates, etc., covering private operators and taxi drivers. 1556 CCS

Repealing 1174 as amended by 1393 CCS
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Driver's License Permits, Bd of Examiners, fees, license plates, etc., covering private operators and taxi drivers. 2059 NCS
Section 1, Paragraph 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Driver's License Permits, Bd of Examiners, fees, license plates, etc., covering private operators and taxi drivers. 4745 CCS
Section 2, Paragraph 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Driver's License Permits, Bd of Examiners, fees, license plates, etc., covering private operators and taxi drivers. 5181 CCS
Article VIII, Paragraph 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Driver's License Permits, Bd of Examiners, fees, license plates, etc., covering private operators and taxi drivers. 5323 CCS
Section 1, Paragraph 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Driver's License Permits, Bd of Examiners, fees, license plates, etc., covering private operators and taxi drivers. 7490 CCS
Article V, Paragraphs 1 to 3.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Driver's License Special Ordinance 13280 CCS
Providing penalty for failure to obtain proper license and have in possession.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Driver's License Special Ordinance 14222 CCS
Providing License Badges.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Driver's License Special Ordinance 14250 CCS
Making it unlawful to use the words "Consular Corps" or "Diplomatic Service" on any automobile other than those in such service.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Driver's License Special Ordinance 4745 CCS
Providing badge with official number plate for taxis.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Driver's License Special Ordinance 6140 NCS
Requiring license for motorcycle drivers
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Driver's License Special Ordinance 8639 CCS
Establishing a License Bureau.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Driver's License Special Ordinance 8784 CCS
Making charge for lost licenses.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Driver's License Special Ordinance 9201 NCS
Letting contract for license plates for 1913.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Emergency Vehicles Right of way: Exempting from speed rules. 1173 CCS
Section 4, Paragraphs (a) to (e). Fire, Police, Ambulance, etc.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Emergency Vehicles Right of way: Exempting from speed rules. 13702 CCS
Article II, Paragraph 7. Fire, Police, Ambulance, etc.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Emergency Vehicles Right of way: Exempting from speed rules. 5181 CCS
Article I, Paragraphs 9 to 11. Fire, Police, Ambulance, etc.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Emergency Vehicles Right of way: Exempting from speed rules. 6173 CCS
Article I, Paragraphs11 to 13. Fire, Police, Ambulance, etc.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Emergency Vehicles Right of way: Exempting from speed rules. 7490 CCS
Article I, Paragraphs 7 to 9. Fire, Police, Ambulance, etc.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Emergency Vehicles Special Ordinance 3311 AS
Exempting fire apparatus. Fire, Police, Ambulance, etc.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment


Lights Listed separately under "Lights".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Brakes; provision and use. 1173 CCS
Section 3, Paragraph 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Brakes; provision and use. 13702 CCS
Article IX, Paragraph 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Brakes; provision and use. 2059 NCS
Section 3.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Brakes; provision and use. 6173 CCS
Article IV, Paragraph 3.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Brakes; provision and use. 7490 CCS
Article IV, Paragraph 3.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Brake Test Committee; providing for inspection. 13702 CCS
Article IX, Paragraph 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Brake Test Committee; providing for inspection. 7490 CCS
Article IV, Paragraph 3, sub.Pr. (c). Amended by 12781, 12793, and 13146 CCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Horns: Provision and regulation of Horns, Mufflers, Bells, Sirens, Exhaust, etc. 1173 CCS
Section 8, Paragraph (f).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Horns: Provision and regulation of Horns, Mufflers, Bells, Sirens, Exhaust, etc. 13702 CCS
Article IX Paragraphs 1 to 11.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Horns: Provision and regulation of Horns, Mufflers, Bells, Sirens, Exhaust, etc. 2059 NCS
Section 3.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Horns: Provision and regulation of Horns, Mufflers, Bells, Sirens, Exhaust, etc. 5181 CCS
Article IV, Paragraphs 2 and 4.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Horns: Provision and regulation of Horns, Mufflers, Bells, Sirens, Exhaust, etc. 6173 CCS
Article IV, Paragraphs 1 and 9.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Horns: Provision and regulation of Horns, Mufflers, Bells, Sirens, Exhaust, etc. 7490 CCS
Article IV, Paragraph 1 and 9. Amended by 7537 CCS as to 3" bell as rear end warning device.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Mirrors and Windshields. 13702 CCS
Article IX, Paragraphs 4 and 5.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Radio 13733 CCS
Prohibiting short wave set in vehicle without permit.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Special Ordinance 13280 CCS
Providing penalty for failure to have brake test tag.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Special Ordinance: 13280 CCS
Siren limited to Police & Fire Department
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Special Ordinance: 8604 NCS
Provision and regulation of Horns, Mufflers, Bells, Sirens, Exhaust, etc.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Tires 10603 CCS
To prohibit tires which cut or indent pavement.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Tires 16235 CS
Heavy draft vehicles must have tire 3" wide. Amended by 378 NCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Tires 5887 NCS
Regulating minimum width on wagons, carts, etc.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Tires 6554 CCS
Regulating dimensions, wheel loads, capacity, etc. of motor trucks. See also "Vehicles".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Tires: Tires must be rubber. 5459 CCS
Section 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Equipment Tires: Tires must be rubber. 6173 CCS
Article IV, Paragraphs 10 and 11.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Euipment Tires: Tires must be rubber. 7490 CCS
Article IV, Paragraphs 10 and 11.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Fire Apparatus On approach of engines. 1173 CCS
Section 4, Paragraphs (f) and (g).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Fire Apparatus On approach of engines. 7490 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 7.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Fire Apparatus On following engines. 7826 CCS
Section 2, Paragraph 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Fire Apparatus Unprotected fire hose. 13702 CCS
Article X, Paragraph 10.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Garages Fire Plug


See "Parking".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Garages Must post traffic ordinances. 13702 CCS
Article X, Paragraph 23.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Garages Must report damaged vehicles. 13702 CCS
Article X, Paragraph 3.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Impounding



See "Parking".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 License and License Plates.



See "Drivers and Driver's License".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Lights Front and rear; headlights; spotlights; Police inspection of, etc 1173 CCS
Section 3, Paragraph (f).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Lights Front and rear; headlights; spotlights; Police inspection of, etc 13702 CCS
Article IX, Paragraph 7 to 9.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Lights Front and rear; headlights; spotlights; Police inspection of, etc 2059 NCS
Section 3. .
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Lights Front and rear; headlights; spotlights; Police inspection of, etc 5181 CCS
Article IV, Paragraph 3.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Lights Front and rear; headlights; spotlights; Police inspection of, etc 6173 CCS
Article IV, Paragraph 4 to 8.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Lights Front and rear; headlights; spotlights; Police inspection of, etc 7490 CCS
Article IV, Paragraph 4 to 8.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Lights On loads and projecting loads 1173 CCS
Section 8, Paragraph (f). .
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Lights On loads and projecting loads 13702 CCS
Article X, Paragraph 4.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Lights On loads and projecting loads 6173 CCS
Article IV, Paragraph 12.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Lights On loads and projecting loads 7490 CCS
Article IV, Paragraph 12.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Lights On parked vehicles. 13702 CCS
Article X, Paragraph 12.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Lights Special Ordinance 13280 CCS
Providing penalties for violations of rules governing lights.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Lights Special Ordinance 3045 CCS
Fixing the distance of refelction-regulating volume of headlights.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Lights Special Ordinance 5009 CCS
Regulating headlights, tail lights, plates, etc.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Lights Special Ordinance 7017 NCS
Front and real lights required after dark.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Lights Special Ordinance 9446 CCS
Requiring lights be extinguished while facing ferry landings, etc.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Loads



See "Vehicles".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Loads Capacity loads 6554 CCS
Regulating capacity of trucks.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Loads Projecting loads 5791 CCS
Must have red flag or lantern on end.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Motor Trucks



See "Speed" - See "Equipment" under sub-head "Tires".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Motorcycles



See "Driver's License" under sub-head "Special Ordinance".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Noise Noisy motors forbidden. 1173 CCS.
Section 12, Paragraph (a).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Noise Noisy motors forbidden. 13702 CCS
Article IX, Paragraph 6.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Noise Noisy motors forbidden. 5181 CCS
Article III, Paragraph 3.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Noise Noisy motors forbidden. 7490 CCS
Article IV, Paragraph 1 and 15.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Numbers License numbers: must be kept clean. 5009 CCS
Section 2, Paragraph 1. See also "Driver's License".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Numbers Motor numbers: Unlawful to deface. 13702 CCS
Article IX, Paragraph 1 - (f).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Numbers Motor numbers: Unlawful to deface. 4744 CCS
Section 1, Paragraph 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Numbers Motor numbers: Unlawful to deface.Motor numbers: Unlawful to deface. 7490 CCS
Article IV, Paragraph 18.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 One-Way Crossings Designating one-way crossings. 1173 CCS
Section 4, Paragraph (h).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 One-Way Crossings Designating one-way crossings. 13702 CCS
Article VI, Paragraph 12.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 One-Way Crossings Designating one-way crossings. 6173 CCS
Article 5, Paragraph 8.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 One-Way Crossings Designating one-way crossings. 6574 NCS
Section 1, Paragraph (y).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 One-Way Crossings Designating one-way crossings. 7490 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 16.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 One-Way Streets



See "Streets".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parked Vehicles
13702 CCS
Article X, Paragraph 31.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking At Fire Plug: At intersection or near curb. 6173 CCS
Article V, Paragraph 1 (e).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking No parking zones. 13702 CCS
Article VIII, Paragraph 1 (a) (c).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking No parking zones. 7490 CCS
Article III, Paragraph 1 (a).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking 15-minute limits - loading & unloading excepted. 13702 CCS
Article VIII, Paragraph 2 and 4. Extending limit to 30 minutes.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking 15-minute limits - loading & unloading excepted. 6173 CCS
Article V, Paragraph 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking 15-minute limits - loading & unloading excepted. 7490 CCS
Article III, Paragraphs 1 - (b).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking At Fire Plug: At intersection or near curb. 13702 CCS
Article VIII, Paragraphs 1 (a) to (q).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking At Fire Plug: At intersection or near curb. 4861 CCS
Section 1, Paragraphs 1 and 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking At Fire Plug: At intersection or near curb. 5181 CCS
Article V, Paragraph 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking At Fire Plug: At intersection or near curb. 7490 CCS
Article III, Paragraphs 5 and 6.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Blocking ingress and egress. 13702 CCS
Article VIII, Paragraph 1 (m).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Blocking ingress and egress. 6173 CCS
Article V, Paragraph 4.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Blocking ingress and egress. 7490 CCS
Article III, Paragraph 9.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Diagonal on Canal, and intersecting streets within 50 feet. 1173 CCS
Section 13, Paragraphs (a) and (b).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Diagonal on Canal, and intersecting streets within 50 feet. 5181 CCS
Article V, Paragraphs 1 to 5.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Diagonal on Canal, and intersecting streets within 50 feet. 6173 CCS
Article V, Paragraph 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Diagonal on Canal, and intersecting streets within 50 feet. 7490 CCS
Article III, Paragraph 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking One hour limits on Canal in business section. 13702 CCS
Article VIII, Paragraph 4.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking One hour limits on Canal in business section. 4620 CCS
Section 1, Paragraph 1 and 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking One hour limits on Canal in business section. 5181 CCS
Article V, Paragraph 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking One hour limits on Canal in business section. 6173 CCS
Article V. Paragraph 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking One hour limits on Canal in business section. 7490 CCS
Article III, Paragrapn 1 - (c).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Special Ordinance 12779 CCS
Parking vehicles on either side of Lafayette Square.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Special Ordinance 12780 CCS
Regulating parking in Elk Place.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Special Ordinance 12872 CCS
Impounding vehicles for violations of traffic rules.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Special Ordinance 13280 CCS
Providing penalties for violations of rules.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Special Ordinance 14500 CCS
Providing for the installation of parking meters and their control.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Special Ordinance 3860 CCS
Establishing "Open Zones". Amended by 5068 adding penalty.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Special Ordinance 4620 CCS
Establishing one-hour limit. Amended by 5067 CCS - adding impounding fee.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Special Ordinance 7536 CCS
Extending "No Parking" in Saratoga Street.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Special Ordinance 7710 CCS
No parking in Baronne, Canal to Poydraas. Amended by 7964 CCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Special Ordinance 9421 CCS
Authorizing towing and storage charges on abandoned or unclaimed vehicles.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Special Ordinance 9447 CCS
Authorizing record be kept of all fines for wrong parking.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Special Ordinance 9712 CCS
Prohibiting inter-parish parking.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Two hour limit in certain areas. 13702 CCS
Article VIII, Paragraph 6.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Two hour limit in certain areas. 8107 CCS
Section 1, Paragraph 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Meters Special Ordinance 14500 CCS
Providing for the installation of parking meters and their control. See also 14452 CCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Parking Meters Special Ordinance 14512 CCS
Advertising for bids and letting of contract for the installation and maintenance of parking meters in designated locations.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Pedestrians Rights, privileges, and duties. 1173 CCS
Section 10, Paragraph (a) (c).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Pedestrians Rights, privileges, and duties. 13702 CCS
Article III, Paragraph 6. Rights, privileges, and duties.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Pedestrians Rights, privileges, and duties. 13702 CCS
Article IV, Paragraphs 1 to 6. Article X, Paragraph 27. Rights, priviledgess, and duties.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Pedestrians Rights, privileges, and duties. 5181 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Pedestrians Rights, privileges, and duties. 5181 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 6. Rights, privileges, and duties.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Pedestrians Rights, privileges, and duties. 6173 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 1-b.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Pedestrians Rights, privileges, and duties. 6173 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 8. Rights, privileges, and duties.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Pedestrians Rights, privileges, and duties. 7490 CCS
Article VII, Paragraphs 1 to 6.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Pedestrians Rights, privileges, and duties. 7490 CCS
Article VIII, Paragraph 7. Rights, privileges, and duties.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Pedestrians Special Ordinance 13280 CCS
Providing penalty for drivng through occupied safety zone.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Pedestrians Special Ordinance 14101 CCS
Providig that pedestrians as well as vehicles come to full stop before entering itnersection streets.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Quiet Zones Established in certain areas 13702 CCS
Article X, Paragraph 30.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Quiet Zones Established in certain areas 3444 CCS
Section 1, Paragraphs 1 and 2. .
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Quiet Zones Established in certain areas 7490 CCS
Article VIII, Paragraph 8.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Registration State Registry required. 13702 CCS
Article X, Paragraph 14. See also "Address" and "Driver's License".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Registration State Registry required. 7490 CCS
Article VIII, Paragraph 9.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Right of Way At Curb loading and unloading 1173 CCS
Section 4, Paragraph (e).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Right of Way At Curb loading and unloading 13702 CCS
Article VIII, Paragraph 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Right of Way At Curb loading and unloading 7490 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 7 - (e).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Right of Way Emergency vehicles and street cars. 1173 CCS
Section 4, Paragraphs (a) and (e).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Right of Way Emergency vehicles and street cars. 13702 CCS
Article II, Paragraph 7.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Right of Way Emergency vehicles and street cars. 5181 CCSS
Article I, Paragraphs 9 to 11.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Right of Way Emergency vehicles and street cars. 6173 CCS
Aarticle I, Paragraphs 11 to 13.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Right of Way Emergency vehicles and street cars. 7490 CCS
Article I, Paragraphs 7 to 9.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Right of Way Of "Through" Streets and Neutral ground Streets. 13702 CCS
Article VI, Paragraph 10.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Right of Way Of "Through" Streets and Neutral ground Streets. 5181 CCS
Article 1, Paragraph 8.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Right of Way Of "Through" Streets and Neutral ground Streets. 6173 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 10.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Right of Way Of "Through" Streets and Neutral ground Streets. 6574 NCS
Section 1, Paragraphs (1) (m) (n).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Right of Way Of "Through" Streets and Neutral ground Streets. 7490 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 7.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Right of Way Of pedestrians.


See "Pedestrians".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Right of Way Of processions. 6574 NCS
Section 1, Paragraphs (k) and (u).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Blocking traffic. 1173 CCS
Section 2, Paragraph (j).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Blocking Traffic. 1173 CCS
Section 2, Paragraph (j).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Blocking traffic. 5181 CCS
Article III, Paragraph 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Blocking Traffic. 5181 CCS
Article III, Paragraph 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Blocking Traffic. 6173 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 7.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Blocking traffic. 6173 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 7.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Blocking traffic. 7490 CCS
Article 1. Paragraph 18.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Blocking Traffic. 7490 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 18.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Overtaking, passing. Overtaking, following street cars. 13702 CCS
Article V, Paragraph 12 to 14.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Overtaking, passing. Overtaking, following street cars. 13702 CCS
Article VII, Paragraph 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Overtaking, passing. Overtaking, following street cars. 5181 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 10 & 11.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Overtaking, passing. Overtaking, following street cars. 6173 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 12 & 13.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Overtaking, passing. Overtaking, following street cars. 6574 NCS
Section I, Paragraph (d).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Overtaking, passing. Overtaking, following street cars. 7490 CCSS
Article I, Paragraph 10.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Overtaking, passing; Overtaking, following street cars. 13702 CCS
Article V, Paragraphs 12 to 14.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Overtaking, passing; Overtaking, following street cars. 13702 CCS
Article VII, Paragraph 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Overtaking, passing; Overtaking, following street cars. 5181 CCS
Article I, Paragraphs 10 and 11.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Overtaking, passing; Overtaking, following street cars. 6173 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 12 and 13.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Overtaking, passing; Overtaking, following street cars. 6574 NCS
Section 1, Paragraph (d).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Overtaking, passing; Overtaking, following street cars. 7490 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 10.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Passing turning, crossing, stopping, turning in streets; laned Sts. 1173 CCS
Section 2, Paragraphs (a) (k).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Passing turning, crossing, stopping, turning in streets; laned Sts. 13702 CCS
Article V, Paragraphs 1 to 18.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Passing turning, crossing, stopping, turning in streets; laned Sts. 13702 CCS
Article VI, Paragraphs 1 to 10.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Passing turning, crossing, stopping, turning in streets; laned Sts. 5181 CCS
Article I, Paragraphs 1 to 5.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Passing turning, crossing, stopping, turning in streets; laned Sts. 6173 CCS
Article I, Paragraphs 1 to 7.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Passing turning, crossing, stopping, turning in streets; laned Sts. 6574 NCS
Section 1 Paragraphs (a) to (i).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Passing turning, crossing, stopping, turning in streets; laned Sts. 7490 CCS
Article I, Paragraphs 1 to 6.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Passing, turning, crossing, stopping turning in streets; laned Streets. 1173 CCS
Section 2, Paragraph (a) to (k).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Passing, turning, crossing, stopping turning in streets; laned Streets. 13702 CCS
Article V, Paragraphs 1 to 18.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Passing, turning, crossing, stopping turning in streets; laned Streets. 13702 CCS
Article VI, Paragraphs 1 to 10.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Passing, turning, crossing, stopping turning in streets; laned Streets. 5181 CCS
Article I, Paragraphs 1 to 5.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Passing, turning, crossing, stopping turning in streets; laned Streets. 6173 CCS
Article I, Paragraphs 1 to 7.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Passing, turning, crossing, stopping turning in streets; laned Streets. 6574 NCS
Section 1, Paragraphs (a) to (i).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Passing, turning, crossing, stopping turning in streets; laned Streets. 7490 CCS
Article I, Paragraphs 1 to 6.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Reckless driving. 1173 CCS
Section II, Paragraph (a).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Reckless driving. 1173 CCS
Section II, Paragraphs (a).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Reckless driving. 13702 CCS
Article V, Paragraph 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Reckless driving. 13702 CCS
Article V, Paragraph 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Reckless driving. 5181 CCS
Article II, Paragraph 7.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Reckless driving. 5181 CCS
Article II, Paragraph 7.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Reckless driving. 6173 CCS
Article II, Paragraph 8.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Reckless driving. 6173 CCS
Article II, Paragraph 8.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Reckless driving. 6574 NCS
Section 1, Paragraph (a).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Reckless driving. 6574 NCS
Section I, Paragraph (a).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Reckless driving. 7490 CCS
Article II, Paragraph 6.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Reckless driving. 7490 CCS
Article II, Paragraph 6.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Slowing down, stopping, turning, etc. 1173 CCS
Article 2, Paragraph (a) to (c).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Slowing down, stopping, turning, etc. 1173 CCS
Article 2, Paragraphs (a) to (c).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Slowing down, stopping, turning, etc. 13702 CCS
Article IV, Paragraphs 1 - 3 - 8.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Slowing down, stopping, turning, etc. 13702 CCS
Article VI, Paragraph 1-3 - g.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Slowing down, stopping, turning, etc. 5181 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 12.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Slowing down, stopping, turning, etc. 5181 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 12.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Slowing down, stopping, turning, etc. 6173 CCS
Aarticle I, Paragraph 14.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Slowing down, stopping, turning, etc. 6173 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 14.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Slowing down, stopping, turning, etc. 7490 CCS
Article I Paragraph 11.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Slowing down, stopping, turning, etc. 7490 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 11.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Special Ordinance 13280 CCS
Providing penalties for violations of above rules.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Special Ordinance 13280 CCS
Providing penalties for violations of rules.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Special Ordinance 5629 CCS
Movement of traffic up and down St. Charles Avenue, Louisiana Avenue to Carrollton.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Rules of the Road Special Ordinance 5629 NCS
Movement of traffic up and down St. Charles Avenue, Louisiana Avenue to Carrolloton Avenue.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Safety Zones



See "Pedestrians".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Sale of Car Must notify Police. 13702 CCS
Article X, Paragraph 15.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Signals Police blasts. 1173 CCS
Section 3, Paragraph (d).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Signals Police blasts. 5181 CCS
Article I, Paragrah 7.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Signals Police blasts. 6173 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 9 & 15.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Signals Police blasts. 7490 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 12.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Signals Semaphore & traffic legends. 13702 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 14.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Signals Semaphore & traffic legends. 7490 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 14.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Signals Special Ordinance 13280 CCS
Providing penalties for the violation of the above rules.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Signals Special Ordinance 7626 CCS
Appropriating money toward the installation of Police traffic signals.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Signals - Hand
6574 NCS
Section 1, Paragraph (o). See "Rules of the Road" under sub head "Turning".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Signs - Traffic One-way Streets. Speed limits, Open Zones, Parking, etc., Stop signs. 13702 CCS
Article III, Paragraph 1-2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Signs - Traffic One-way Streets. Speed limits, Open Zones, Parking, etc., Stop signs. 13702 CCS
Article VI, Paragraph 8.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Signs - Traffic One-way Streets. Speed limits, Open Zones, Parking, etc., Stop signs. 5181 CCS
Article I.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Signs - Traffic One-way Streets. Speed limits, Open Zones, Parking, etc., Stop signs. 6173 CCS
Article I, Paragraph (a).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Signs - Traffic One-way Streets. Speed limits, Open Zones, Parking, etc., Stop signs. 6173 CCS
Article III, Paragraph 15.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Signs - Traffic One-way Streets. Speed limits, Open Zones, Parking, etc., Stop signs. 7490 CCS
Article VIII, Paragraph 12.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Skating
6173 CCS
Article III, Paragraph 11.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Skating Forbidden on streets. 13702 CCS
Article X, Paragraph 6.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Skating Forbidden on streets. 5181 CCS
Article III, Paragraph 11.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Skating Forbidden on streets. 7490 CCS
Article VIII, Paragraph 4.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Special Ordinance
14104 CCS
Providing that street cars, buses, vehicles, and pedestrians come to full stop before entering intersection streets.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Establishing minimun speed 13702 CCS
Article V, Paragraph 5
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Limits in business district & outside 1174 CCS
Section 1, Paragraph (a).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Limits in business district & outside 13702 CCS
Article V, Paragraph 3.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Limits in business district & outside 1571 CCS
Section 1, Paragraph 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Limits in business district & outside 2059 NCS
Section 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Limits in business district & outside 5089 CCS
Section 1, Paragraph 1 - 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Limits in business district & outside 5181 CCS
Article II, Paragraph 1, 2 and 6.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Limits in business district & outside 6173 CCS
Article II, Paragraph 1 - 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Limits in business district & outside 7490 CCS
Article II, Paragraph 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Of Motor trucks 13702 CCS
Article V, Paragraph 6.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Of Motor trucks 5009 CCS
Section 1, Paragraph 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Of Motor trucks 5181 CCS
Article II, Paragraph 6.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Of Motor trucks 6173 CCS
Article II, Paragraph 6.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Of Motor trucks 6554 CCS
Section 1, Paragraph 1 - 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Of Motor trucks 7490 CCS
Article II, Paragarph 5.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed On crossing streets, intersections, railroads; emerging from alleys, garages, etc. 1173 CCS
Section 5, Paragraph (a).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed On crossing streets, intersections, railroads; emerging from alleys, garages, etc. 13702 CCS
Article V, Paragraph 8.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed On crossing streets, intersections, railroads; emerging from alleys, garages, etc. 5181 CCS
Article II, Paragraph 3 - 6.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed On crossing streets, intersections, railroads; emerging from alleys, garages, etc. 6173 CCS
Article II, Paragraph 3 - 5.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed On crossing streets, intersections, railroads; emerging from alleys, garages, etc. 7490 CCS
Article II, Paragraph 2 - 4.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Special Ordinance 13280 CCS
Providing penalties for violation of speed rules.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Special Ordinance 5009 CCS
Special lighting equipment on motor trucks.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Special Ordinance 6554 CCS
Regulating speed, equipment, wheel loads, and capacity of motor trucks.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Special Ordinance restricting speed. 5379 NCS
Restricting on Chartres Street between Conti and Canal. Amended by 5917 NCS and 6134 NCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Special Ordinance restricting speed. 8770 CCS
On Dryades, Howard Avenue to Philip.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Special Ordinance restricting speed. 9655 CCS
On Freret, Napoleon to Peters Avenue
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Special Ordinance restricting speed. 9680 CCS
On Oak, Carrollton to Parish Line.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Speed Exemptions



See "Emergency Vehicles".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Stopping Approaching train, Grade Crossing, Thru Streets, When view obstructed 13702 CCS
Article V, Paragraphs 16 - 18.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Stopping Approaching train, Grade Crossing, Thru Streets, When view obstructed 13702 CCS
Article VI, Paragraphs 8 - 9.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets Use for repairs prohibited 5181 CCS
Article 3, Paragraph 9.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets Use for repairs prohibited 6173 CCS
Article II, Paragraph 9.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets Use for repairs prohibited 7490 CCS
Article IV, Paragraph 19.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - "Through" or "Thoroughfare" Creating "through streets" or thoroughfares 13409 CCS
Bienville - Claiborne to City Park.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - "Through" or "Thoroughfare" Creating "through streets" or thoroughfares 13451 CCS
Palm Street - Carrollton Avenue to Jefferson Parish line.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - "Through" or "Thoroughfare" Creating "through streets" or thoroughfares 13702 CCS
Making various boulevards and streets "through streets".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - "Through" or "Thoroughfare" Creating "through streets" or thoroughfares 14105 CCS
Amending 13702 CCS - adding to and making changes.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - "Through" or "Thoroughfare" Creating "through streets" or thoroughfares 14213 CCS
Newton Street - Algiers.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Creating one-way streets 1392 CCS
Making Common, Gravier, Iberville, Bienville, Royal, Bourbon, and Lafayette Streets one-way.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way General ordinances listing one-way streets 13702 CCS
Article VI, Paragraph 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way General ordinances listing one-way streets 6173 CCS
Article V, Paragraph 7.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way General ordinances listing one-way streets 7490 CCS
Article I, Paragraph 15.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 10569 CCS
N. Franklin, Canal to Conti.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 11333 CCS
Clio, Erato, and Octavia.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 11555 CCS
Dauphine and France.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 12152 CCS
Cleveland Avenue & Palmyra
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 12240 CCS
Danneel and Dryades.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 12327 CCS
Josephine Streets
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 12343 CCS
St. Peter.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 12407 CCS
St. Andrew.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 12547 CCS
Dumaine and Exchange Alley.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 12592 CCS
Bourbon, Kerlerec, and St. Claude.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 12624 CCS
Foucher, Frenchmen, and Webster.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 13054 CCS
N. Rampart - Esplanade to Poland
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 13379 CCS
Carroll Street.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 13385 CCS
St. Phillip Street - Rampart to river. Rendon - Dumaine to Ursuline
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 13408 CCS
Streets in Algiers (miscellaneous).
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 13450 CCS
South Street.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 13538 CCS
Lapeyrouse and Laharpe.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 13555 CCS
Fern and Burdette Streets.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 13733 CCS
Changing Streets listed by 13702 CCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 13769 CCS
Changing Streets listed by 13702 CCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 13854 CCS
Changing Streets listed by 13702 CCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 13888 CCS
Bayou Road, west.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 13939 CCS
La Salle and Liberty Streets.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 14150 CCS
Jena Street.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 14188 CCS
Burgundy Street.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 14249 CCS
Changing Streets listed by 13702 CCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 14259 CCS
Danneel Street - Jefferson Avenue to Nashville.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding and changing various one-way streets: Amending 9924 CCS and 13702 CCS 14453 CCS
S. Roman and S. Derbigny Street.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding other streets 2676 CCS
Dauphine and Burgundy Streets.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding other streets 4653 CCS
Miscellaneous additions.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding other streets 4942 CCS
Howard Avenue, Camp to Lee Circle.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding other streets 5295 CCS
Natchez and Banks Streets.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding other streets 5407 CCS
Dryades, Canal to Lafayette
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding other streets 5448 CCS
Amending 5295 CCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding other streets 6491 CCS
St. Charles Street, Canal to Lee Circle
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding other streets 6684 CCS
Clio and Erato, Carondelet to Magnolia.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding other streets 7826 CCS
Audubon and Walnut, St. Charles to Magazine.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding other streets 8389 CCS
Miscellaneous additions.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding other streets 8443 CCS
Miscellaneous additions.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding other streets 8462 CCS
Miscellaneous additions.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding other streets 8469 CCS
Miscellaneous additions.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding other streets 8703 CCS
Dumaine, west, N. Claiborne to N. Rendon.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding other streets 8761 CCS
Miscellaneous additions.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding other streets 9310 CCS
Palmyra, Broad to Claiborne.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding other streets 9344 CCS
Peniston and Amelia, St. Charles to Howard Street.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding other streets 9429 CCS
North and South Streets, Bruxelles and Sycamore. Amended by 9696 CCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding other streets 9697 CCS
Robert and Upperline, St. Charles to Willow.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Streets - One way Special Ordinance adding other streets 9924 CCS
Miscellaneous additions.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Survey
10060 CCS 1927 Appropriating $5000 to the Planning and Zoning Commission for making an expert engineering traffic survey.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Survey
14452 CCS 1936 Providing that a survey be mde for the purpose of better regulating traffic.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Tires



See "Equipment".
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Use as stands for taxicabs
8643 CCS
Section 1, Paragraph 1.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Use as stands for taxicabs
8658 CCS
Amending 8643 CCS.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Use as stands for taxicabs Use as stands for taxicabs 6186 CCS
Section 1, Paragraph 2.
Traffic Laws 1900 to 1937 Use as stands for taxicabs Use for repairs prohibited 13702 CCS
Article X, Paragraph 19.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 Registering and numbering
1918 AS 1872 Providing for the registering and numbering of hand carts.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 Right of way
3232 CS
Giving street cars right of way over funeral.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 Right of way
987 CS 1884 Providing right of way to ambulances of Charity Hospital.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 Safety measures
2920 OS 1856 Providing that traffic proceed at a walk when crossing the bridges of Bayou St. John and the Carondelet Canal.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 Safety measures
86 CS 1883 Making it unlawful to drive faster than a walk while passing French Market between the hours of 6 AM and 12 ?M.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 Safety measures
11878 CS 1896 Providing that policemen be stationed at the various intersections for the safety of pedestrians. Repealed by 12143 CS.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 Speed
1727 OS 1854 An ordinance to prevent fast driving.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 Speed
3311 AS 1875 Exempting from speed rules fire engines and hose carriages, when driving to fires.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 Stands and stations of public vehicles
1722 OS 1854 Regulating stands and stations on certain streets.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 Tires
16235 CS 1900 Regulating width of tires on vehicles Amended by 378 NCS.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 Traffic movement
2304 AS 1873 Directing traffic on Canal Street when going toward the river to take the uptown side of street, and the downtown side when going toward the lake.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 Vehicles Bicycles 12448 CS
Regulating bicycles, tricycles, and all vehicles propelled by hand or foot, on the public streets.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 Vehicles Bicycles 1641 OS 1886 To require an alarm bell in day time and a light at night.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 Vehicles Driver requirements for drivers of public vehicles 1859 OS 1854 Requiring six months residence in a district before license may be obtained.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 Vehicles Driver requirements for drivers of public vehicles 3121 OS 1856 Requiring that no proprietor, owner or driver of a dray, cab, hack, or other vehicle shall use violent or insulting language, nor oppose any unlawful resistance to any of his passengers or employers, or to any citizen.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 Vehicles Licensing 1913 OS 1854 Regulating the licensing of drays, carts, hacks, and carriages.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 Vehicles Licensing 287 CS 1883 Providing for the impounding of unlicensed vehicles.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 Vehicles Load Capacity 5408 OS 1860 Unlawful for any wagon or other four wheel vehicle to carry over a given number of pounds.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 Vehicles Name Plate 797 CS 1884 Requiring that all public carriages, cabs, carts, drays, etc., be identified by a vehicle plate and name of owenr in a conspicious manner.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 Vehicles Parking 2084 OS 1855 Prohibiting a furniture cart to stand longer than 30 minutes on Royal Street to load or unload.
Traffic Laws Prior to 1900 White lines



See "Pedestrians".
Trespassing

8328 CS 1893 Prohibiting the taking of possession of any tract of land where property lines are defined or posted, without permission of the owner. See also 883 NCS.
Trust Funds




See Bequests. See also Banks and Banking.
Trust Funds

6228 OS 1864 Organizing a Board of Commissioners to be called the "Bequest Commission" to ascertain the value, character and condition of bequests made to the City of New Orleans.
Trust Funds

105 AS 1870 Authorizing the recalling of the Fink and McDonogh Bonds. See 6233 OS and 6246 OS.
Trust Funds

82 AS 1870 Establishing a new board to manage and administer the McDonogh School Fund and the Fink Asylum Fund, due to changes in City Government.
Trust Funds

3123 CCS 1916 Re depositing of the McDonogh and Delgado Funds, and the Louise Schwartz Fund in the Whitney National Bank.
Trust Funds

13053 CCS 1931 Fixing the terms, conditions and stipulations governing and controlling the banks acting as depositories of the city funds.
Trust Funds

13999 CCS 1933 Authorizing the Mayor to enter into contract with the Natioal Bank of Commerce for the management, custody and control of all trust funds of the city, vice the Canal Bank & Trust Company, now is liquidation. See also 13566 CCS and 14421 CCS.
Trust Funds Edward Wisner
8369 NCS 1912 Accepting the donation of 50,000 acres of alluvial lands from Mr. Edward Wisner, proceeds of which are to be dedicated to various charitable institutions and civic organizations of the City of New Orleans. See also 3681 CCS, 11243 CCS, and 12883 CCS.
Trust Funds Isaac Delgado
8547 NCS
Residue of the estate of the late Isaac Delgado bequeathed to the City of New Orleans for the establishment of the Isaac Delgado Central Trade School.
Trust Funds Isaac Delgado
3123 CCS 1916 Re depositing the McDonogh and Delgado Funds, also the Louise Schwartz Fund in the Whitney Central National Bank.
Trust Funds John D. Fink



See also "Asylums".
Trust Funds John D. Fink
3438 OS 1857 Authorizing acceptance on behalf of the city, the legacy made by John D. Fink for the purpose of establishing an asylum for Protestant Widows and Orphans, and authorizing delivery and possession of said property See also 3380 OS.
Trust Funds John D. Fink
5391 OS 1860 Authorizing the sale of all property bequeathed to the city by the late John D. Fink.
Trust Funds John D. Fink
5552 OS 1861 Providing for the management and administration of the funds derived from the sale of property belonging to the succession of the late John D. Fink bequeathed for the erection, maintenance and support of an asylum for Protestant Widows and Orphans, to be called the Fink Asylum. Repealed by 2796 AS.
Trust Funds John D. Fink
6233 OS 1864 Authorizing an issue of three bonds of $1000 each to be sold to the Commissioners of the Fink Asylum.
Trust Funds John D. Fink
105 AS 1870 An act of the Legislature of 1869 to fund its floating debt and liquidate its indebtedness, erroneously listed the McDonogh School Fund and the Fink Asylum Fund as creditors of the city. This ordinance is to recall said bonds issued under this statement.
Trust Funds John D. Fink
82 AS 1870 Establishing a new board of managers to administer the Fink Asylum Fund and the McDonogh School Fund; due to changes in the city government.
Trust Funds John D. Fink
2156 AS 1873 Providing for the payment of the interest due on bonds of the city, to the McDonogh School Fund and the Fink Asylum Fund.
Trust Funds John D. Fink
2313 AS 1873 Autorizing the Commissioners of the Fink Asylum Fund to pay the sum of $2000 to Miss Louisa Schwartz, bequeathed to her by the late John D. Fink.
Trust Funds John D. Fink
3153 AS 1875 Accepting the proposal of Mrs. Annie Rice to sell to the Fink Asylum a square of ground bounded by Amelia, Antonine, Camp, and Chestnut Streets.
Trust Funds John D. Fink
5415 NCS 1908 Authorizing acceptance of the late Edward Thompson made to the Fink Asylum.
Trust Funds John D. Fink
2372 CCS 1915 Directing sale of 2600 premium bonds for account of the Fink Asylum Fund, and reinvestment of the proceeds in current interest bearing bonds.
Trust Funds John D. Fink
13999 CCS 1933 Authorizing the Mayor to enter into contract with the National Bank of Commerce for the management, custody and control of all trust funds of the city (McDonogh, Sickles and Fink) vice the Canal Bank & Trust Co., now in liquidation. See also 13566 CCS and 14421 CCS.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
2058 OS 1855 Instituting legal proceedings to effect a partition of property bequeathed the city by John McDonogh.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
2134 OS 1855 Defining the rights and powers of the Commissioners in conjunction with the agents appointed by the City of Baltimore.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
2307 OS 1855 Separating and dividing the estate of John McDonogh.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
2963 OS 1856 Providing for the appointment of Randall Hunt to assist the City Attorney in the suit "City of New Orleans vs City of Baltimore".
Trust Funds John McDonogh
3242 OS 1857 Appointing a committee to represent the Mayor in the purchase of real estate for the Society for Relief of Destitue Orphan Boys, agreeable to the will of the late John McDonogh.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
3857 OS 1858 Instructing the City Attorney to make amicable demand of the Agents of the City of Baltimore for the sum of $50,000 - being one-half the amount the City of New Orleans paid to defend the two cities in the McDonogh Case. See also 1482 OS.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
3884 OS 1858 Providing for the drawing of plans of all property bequeath to the city by John McDonogh.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
3958 OS 1858 Providing for the proper management and administration of the property acquired by the city from the late John McDonogh. Amended by 5008 OS.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
4167 OS 1858 Providing for the proper disposal of the property bequeathed to the city by the late John McDonogh. See also 4568 OS - sale of two squares in Sixth District.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
4264 OS 1858 In further reference to the sale of McDonogh property. See also 4457 OS and 4511 OS - pertaining the sale of property belonging jointly to the City of New Orleans, and the City of Baltimore.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
4349 OS 1859 Proposing the appropriation of $3000 from the McDonogh School Fund to be turned over to the Registrar of the City of Baltimore to be divided among the heirs of the late Widow Hammett.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
4399 OS 1859 Instructing the Treasurer to make a separate deposit in the Citizens Bank for funds coming to the city from the McDonogh Estate.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
4428 OS 1859 Relative to settlement by the City of Baltimore of taxes due the City of New Orleans on the McDonogh Estate.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
4457 OS 1859 Authorizing sale at public auction of all individual property of the late John McDonogh owned jointly by the City of Baltimore and the City of New Orleans. A descriptive advertisement of lands to be offered at auction at this time has been presented to the Archives by Maurice De Pass, City Architect. This advertisement is in pamphlet form and contains maps and descriptions of lands in the Parishes of Orleans, St. Bernard, Plaquemines, Jefferson, St. Charles, St. James, Livingston, Lafourche Interior, East Baton Rouge, St. Tammany, Assumption, St. Landry and Calcasieu. See also 4511 OS.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
4521 OS 1859 Authorizing the transfer of property known as McCarty's Plantation, acquired from McDonogh Estate, to the Directors of the Public Schools.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
4943 OS 1860 Proposing the introduction of a bill in the legislature to permit the city to borrow money from the McDonogh Fund at 6% interest.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
5039 OS 1860 To donate a lot of ground at the corner of Newton and Jefferson Streets in McDonoghville, to a servant of the late John McDonogh.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
6246 OS 1864 Authorizing the issue of two bonds in the amount of $10,000 each, in the name of the City of New Orleans, same to be sold to the McDonogh School Fund. See also 6232 OS - $8,000.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
105 AS 1870 An Act of the Legislature of 1869 to fund its floating debt and liquidate its indebtedness, erroneously listed the Mcdonogh School Fund and the Fink Asylum Fund as creditors of the city. This ordinance is to recall said bonds issued under this statement.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
82 AS 1870 Establishing a new board to manage and administer the McDonogh School Fund and the Fink Asylum Fund, due to changes made in the city government.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
1434 AS 1872 Authorizing negotiations for the sale of property derived from the succession of the late John McDonogh in Plaquemines Parish.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
2156 AS 1873 Authorizing payment of interest due on bonds of the city to the McDonogh School Fund and the Fink Asylum Fund.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
6927 AS 1881 Authorizing the Commissioners of the McDonogh School Fund to borrow from the New Orleans National Bank, the sum of six thousand dollars.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
13092 CS 1897 Granting permission to the School Board to erect a statue to John McDonogh. This statue in Lafayette Square facing City Hall.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
6459 NCS 1910 Authorizing the Commissioners of the McDonogh School Fund to borrow the sum of $50,000.00 from Julius Weis and Son. See 3123 CCS - Re depositing the McDonogh and Delgado Funds, also the Louise Schwartz Fund in the Whitney Central National Bank.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
2918 CCS 1915 Ratifying the sale of certain lots of ground by the McDonogh Commission; said lots being located in Section 23, Township 12, Range 12 East, Southeast Land District of Louisiana; east of the Mississippi River.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
7299 CCS 1923 Correcting the boundaries of a triangular lot, sold by the legatees of John McDonogh to Chas. Ledig and John Steib - old No. 103, re-surveyed and made No. 472, according to plan confirmed by E. G. Sandoz, Civil Engineer, and authorizing the Mayor to execute an act to carry same into effect. New Boundary Rocheblave and Toledano Streets and Washington Avenue.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
11750 CCS 1929 Ratifying sale of U. S. Land Scrip No. 5506, dated May 21, 1891, for 160 acres of public land to Charles P. Johnson, by the McDonogh Commission.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
13999 CCS 1933 Authorizing the Mayor to enter into contract with the National Bank of Commerce for the management, custody and control of all trust funds of the city- (McDonogh, Sickles and Fink) - vice the Canal Bank & Trust Co. now in liquidation. See also 13566 CCS and 14421 CCS.
Trust Funds John McDonogh
Times-Picayune May 5, 1938 A bronze statue of John McDonogh was unveiled on May 5th, 1938, in McDonogh Place at St. Charles Avenue and Toledano Street.
Trust Funds Louise Schwartz
3123 CCS 1916 Re depositing of the McDonogh and Delgado Funds, also the Louise Schwartz Fund in Whitney Central National Bank.
Trust Funds Nicholas Girod
1480 AS 1872 Authorizing the lease of the Girod Asylum to be used as a Boys' and Girls' House of Refuge. See "House of Refuge".
Trust Funds Nicholas Girod
9042 CS 1894 Nicholas Girod died on Sept. 1st, 1840, and by his will bequeathed to the Mayor of the City of New Orleans $100,000.00 for the purpose of establishing an institution to support and educate orphan boys of French descent. (After much litigation only about $28,000 of the original $100,000 was left which by the "judicious investments" of various succeeding mayors this this amount was brought up to over $81,000 as of January 1860. The papers were destroyed by fire in 1867 and according to an accounting made in 1870, the fund showed an amount of over $75,000, a large part of which was used to erect buildings in the rear of Metairie Ridge to be used for an orphanage, leaving a balance of only $639.55 to the credit of the fund. It appears that these buildings were never utilized and this ordinance is to offer them for lease for a period of 99 years. See also 1480 AS.
Trust Funds Nicholas Girod
9218 CS 1894 Accepting the bid of S. Vidalet, Vice-President of the Girod Society, for the lease of buildings as provided for in Ordinance 9042 CS for 99 years at $10.00 per annum. - Repealed by 10630 CS - due to unsanitary condition of buildings.
Trust Funds Nicholas Girod
757 NCS 1901 To carry into effect the bequest of Nicholas Girod for the care of French orphans residing in Louisiana and to authorize the Mayor to lease the property belonging to the Girod Fund. Nicholas Girod Asylum Building on Metairie Road.
Trust Funds Nicholas Girod
199 CCS 1913 Directing sale of 31 Premium Bonds of the Girod Fund, proceeds to be used for the repair of property owned by said Fund on City Park Avenue, now being used as a colored department of the Boy's Reformatory by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.
Trust Funds S. V. Sickles
1011 AS 1871 Authorizing the Mayor to select a druggist to furnish medicines gratis to the poor, to be paid for from the interest accruing from the Sickles Legacy.
Trust Funds S. V. Sickles
1325 AS 1872 Providing for the management of the Sickles Legacy, establishing a free dispensary to be placed in charge of the Administrator of Finance subject to the control of the Council. See also 7829 NCS and 4189 AS.
Trust Funds S. V. Sickles
1839 AS 1872 To settle the claim of the Sickles bequest, amounting with interest to December 1871, to 25,603.78, by delivery to that charity $5,050 seven percent bonds.
Trust Funds S. V. Sickles
2139 AS 1873 Issuing to the custodian of the Sickles Fund a warrant for Consolidated Gold Bonds at par in the amount of $20,124.55; due by the city to said fund on May 1st, 1873.
Trust Funds S. V. Sickles
4189 AS 1877 Appointing a new Committee for the Sickles Fund, and stopping further expenses and disbursements until the views and suggestions of said committee are received. See 7829 NCS.
Trust Funds S. V. Sickles
2160 CCS 1915 Amending and re-enacting 7829 NCS to provide for a Board of Administrators of the Sickles Free Dispensary, to be composed of the Commissioner of Public Safety, Superintendent of Public Health, and a resident physician of the city. Amended by 2212 CCS - providing for three resident physicians on the Board.
Trust Funds S. V. Sickles
13999 CCS 1933 Authorizing the Mayor to enter into contract with the National Bank of Commerce for the management, custody, and control of all trust funds of the city (McDonogh, Sickles and Fink) vice the Canal Bank & Trust Co., now in liquidation. See also 13566 CCS and 14421 CCS.
Trust Funds Samuel Zemurray
14611 CCS 1937 Accepting the proposed donation of Samuel Zemurray of Five Thousand shares of the capital stock of the United Fruit Company, the proceeds of which are to be used by the city for study, research and treatment in the field of mental hygiene and psychiatry.

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