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RATIFIED ORD
Town of W
ORDINANCE NO. 1.
An Ordinance Prospecting tho Streets,
Pavement? and Ways of tho Town
O? Willimill*, S. O.
?Be it Ordained by tho ?Mayor and
Aldermen of tho Town of Walhalla,
in Council assembled, and by author
ity of the Bamo:
Section 1. That it shall be unlaw
ful to run a hors? on iMaln street.
Sec. 2. That lt ohall bo unlawful
for any porson or persons to cut or
mutilate trees on any streets of tho
town without pormlcolon.
Sec.3. That lt shall be unlawful for
?ny person or persons to hitch horses
or mules or other live stock to any
shade tree on tho streets or side
walks, or otherwise permitting any
act which ls calculated to Injure said
trees.
Sec. I. That lt shall bo unlawful
to loavo molon rinds or other trash
on tho streets.
Sec. 5. That lt shall bo unlawful
to leave any piles or accumulations
of lumber, lire-wood, rocks or other
material on tho streets except South
Broad street, along the lino of rail
road or lumber yard.
Sec. tl. That it shall be unlawful
for any person or persons to allow to
accumulate on or around their prom
ises any sweepings or collections of
papers, paper boxes, tin rans or other
trash. All merchants and business
houses shall pr?vido a proper recep
tacle for sumo, and all such trash
shall be hauled away from Bald prom
ises, either by the owners thereof or
under supervision of the Marshal.
Sec. 7. That ball playing, skating
or other amusements on Main street
aro prohibited.
*Sec. 8. That i; shall be unlawful
to shoot guns, pistols or other Mre
arms, fire-crackers, or slingshots, or
to throw (Ire-balls, within the cor
porate limits of ibo ?own: Provided,
a person may shoot fire-arms on his
own premises for the bona-lldo pur
pose of protecting his person or prop
erty from (lainage or harm: Provid
ed, further, That the discharge of
balls or shots from any fire-arms by
any person for the purpose afore
said, within tho corporate limits,
shall .'be confined to the premises
owned or occupied by the person
shooting.
'Sec. 9. That it shall be unlawful
to ride, drive or lead any animal, ox
cept dogs, upon tho sidewalks, except
to cross the same at a regular cross
ing, or to place any obstruction
which may Impede a free passage on
or along any sidewalk.
Sec. 10. That lt shall he unlawful
to ride a bicycle, motorcycle or any
other motor vehicle upon the side
walks of any street within the cor
porate limits, except at crossings and
entrances to premises and garages.
..Rpo 11. That it shall bo unlawful
for any poi.ti or petgons other than
employees, passengers coming tn
or going Off, to assemble at tho depot
In Walhalla and yoi oil I o tra lus;
and !( shall bc unlawful for rut y soli
citor for any holm or livery stable,
or any other business, to get within
ton feet of any train upon Its arrival.
Sec. 12. That it shall be unlawful
for any gate to he hung so as to open
or swing on or over any sidewalk or
into any street or beyond the prop
erty lino of the owner of any lot or
real property fronting on or adjacent
to any street, traveled way or pub
lic place within the town.
Sec. 13. That lt shall be unlawful
to leave, during the night-time, or
Sundays, any article or goods of
merchandise, or personal property of
any kind, on any street or sidewalk
within tho corporate limits of thc
town.
Sec: l l. That any person or per
sons violating any of tho foregoing
provisions of this Ordinance shall be
liable to arrest and fine or Imprison
ment; Rt tho discretion of tho Mayor,
within the limits of his authority.
- Sec. 15. That this Ordinance shall
bo deemed general and perpetual,
shall go Into effect upon its publica
tion, and continuo of force until re
pealed or amended.
Hone In Connell and ratified under
tho Corporate Seal of the Town of
Walhalla on tho 3d day of
CL, S) February, 1922, and in tho
145th year of tho Sovereign
ty and Independence of the United
States of America.
JAS. M. 'MOSS, Mayor.
T. A. GRANT, Clerk and Treasurer.
CORNS
Lift Off with Fingers
Doosn't hurt a bit! Drop a little
"Froozono" on an aching corn, In
stantly that corn stops hurting, then
shortly you lift it right off with
flngors. Truly!
Your druggist soils a tiny bottlo of
"Froozono" for a fow couts, sufficient
to remove ovory hard corn, soft corn
or corn between tho toes, and tho
calluses, without soruness or Irrita
tion.-adv.
FINANCES 1922
alhalla, S. C.
ORDINANCE} NO? ?.
Au Ordinance to Preserve the Koaltli
and Cleanliness of the Town of
Walluilla.
Be it Ordained by the 'Mayor and
Aldermen of the Town of Walhalla,
in Council assembled, and by author
ity of tho same:
Section l. Whatever renders the
soil, water, air or food impure or un
wholesome is declared to be a nuis
ance and illegal, and every person
aiding in creating or contributing to
the same, or who may support, con
tinue or permit any of them, shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor.
Sec. 2. No refuse from houses,
stores, factories or any building
Which is deleterious or injurious to
health shall be accumulated, thrown
or emptied or In anywise deposited
upon any of the public streets or
vacant lots within tho corporate lim
its of the Town of Walhalla, unless
the same shall be properly removed
from public street or vacant lots, and
said piuco and contiguous surface
properly disinfected once in every 2 4
hours.
Soc. 3. No abandoned woll, collar
or storm pit shall bo allowed within
the corporato limits of the Town of
Walhalla, but same shall be promptly
filled with earth..
Sec. I. No fish, fowl, fruit, milk,
vegetables or anything for human
food Or drink, not then being fresh
or properly preserved, sound, whole
some and safe for such use; no (lesli
of any animal which died of disoase,
or was at tho time of Its toeing killed
in a sickly or unhealthy or unwhole
some condition; and the meat of any
calf or lamb which was at the lime
of its deaih less than eight weeks
old; or of any pig which wns at the
time of its death less than five weeks
old, shall be sold or offered for sale
as food tn the Town of Walhalla.
Sec. 5. The owner of every dwell
ing house in the Town of Walhalla
shall provide the person occupying
the same with a convenient, suitable
privy, either surface or sewer. No
surface privy shall be within ten feet
of a drain or within fifteen feet of a
street or within twenty-five feet o?
a well or spring of 'wat?r. All privies,
public and private, shall be so pro
tected from view as not to offend the
public eye.
Sec. 6. No person shall bury anj
privy deposit or any other offensive
matter on his premises, nor penni!
lt to be done.
Sec. 7. Tho Town Marshal shal
have all surface privies cleaned ou
and limed every week from June ls
to October 1st, and once in ever;
two weeks from October 1st to Jun?
1st; and he shall personally inspec
such work as often as possible, an<
nt once upon lodging of complaint ii
his hands of failure to clean properl;
and as required,
? Sec. 7-A. That any parson hinder
lng. obstructing or interfering wit
j thc Town Marshal in (he dlscharg
?nf th?' dudes required of him by th
providions of thin Ordinance shall b
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, an
upon conviction shell be punished b
fine or imprisonment, at the discre
Hon of the (Mayor, or (Aldermen
within the limits of his or their au
thor! ty.
'Sec. 8. All persons occupying th
promises shall pay the Clerk as Saul
tary Dues tho sum of twenty-flv
cents por privy per month, payabl
ciuarterly on the first day of Januar)
April, July and October.
Soc. 0. Every householder or bea
of a family in a house wherein on
j case of infectious disenso may occu
shall report the samo to the Boar
of Health w'thin twelve hours of hi
first knowledge of the nature of sue
diseases, and until instructions ar
received from the said Bourel o
{Health, shall not permit any doti
lng or any article which may 'hav
been exposed to infection, to bo r<
moved from the house. Nor shall an
occupant of any such infecteel houfi
leave his abode or residence wlthor
tho consent of the said Board t
Health. Every physician who ma
be called to attend a caso of infe<
Hons disease shall, so soon as ho di!
covers the nature of same, make
written report, over his own sign?
turo, and tho date thereof, to .th
Board of Health, specifying the nan
and residence of tho person infectei
tho nature of disease, and any oth(
facts relative thereto which ho mr
deem important to tho public healt!
and he shall hand such report to tl
Secretary of tho Board of Healt
within twelve hours, as above pr<
vidod.
Sec. 10. it shall bo unlawful fe
any person to spit upon any pave
sidewalk within tho corporato limi
of the Town of Walhalla.
Sec. lt. AU beef cattle shall, bi
fore slaughter, bo brought in froi
of City Hall and thero be inspecte
and approvod by tho Marshal, e
some one? in his stead. ,
Sec. 12. That every animal so ii
spected and approved shall be kille
within twenty-four hours of said ii
spectlon: Provided, That anima
may bo inspected on Saturdays to 1
killed on Monday,
.Sec. (3, No animals shall bo ii
spected between the hours of G P. 5
and C A. M. of any day.
Sec. 14. No animal rejected upc
Inspection shall be killed, anel ti
meat thoreof offered for sale wlthl
the corporato lim i tn of the town,, ar
any person who shall kill the rojee
cd animal and offer the meat there?
for sale within tho corporato 11ml
of tho town shall be guilty of a ml
demeanor, and on conviction shall I
punished by Imprisonment, with <
without hard labor, for not less thc
ten days nor moro than thirty day
or pay a fine of not less than ton dc
lars nor moro than one hundred eic
lars.
Sec. 15. Any person violating ni
Section of this Ordinanco shall 1
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, ai
upon conviction shall bo pun sh<
hy Ano or imprisonment, at tho di
oretlon of tho Mayor, or Aldermo
within tho limits of his or their a
thorlty,
Seo. %H>iV?fcat thia Ordinance shell
be doomed general *ttd perpotual,
shall go Into etfeot upon* Us publica
tion, and continue of forco until re
pealed or amended.
>Dono in'Counoil and vu Ulled un der 4
the Corporate Seal of the Town of
.Walhalla on the 3d day ot ?
CL. S) February, 1-922, abd in the
145th year of tho Sovereign- 1
ty and Independence of th? l ni ted
States of 'America.
JAS. M. <MOfiS, Mayor.
T. A. GRANT, Clerk and Treasurer.
ORDINANCE NO. S.
An Ordinance to Preservo the Health
and Cleanliness of tho Town of '
Walhalla.
Do lt Ordained by tho ?Mayor and
Aldermen of the Town of Wal hu Ha,
n Council assembled, and by author
ity of the same:
Section L That all ro??ldeuts, whe- !
ther owners of property or tenants i
occupying tho same, within the in- j
corporate tlimlts, ashall keep their
premises in a clean and healthy con-1
ditton, and any person or persons I
failing or refusing to remove a nuis
ance when requested so to d?-n> the
Board of aieaith, shall be -guilty of a
misdemeanor, and may bo punched'
at the discretion of the Mayor v. ithln
tho limits of his authority, and such 1
nuisance may be abated at th . ex-!
pense of the owner or occupant.
Sec. 2. That it shall bo uni w'ful :
for any person or persons to . tab- i
llsh any slaughter house or hilt cher
pen within the corporate lin?' s of
tho town. i
Sec. That any dog runnl s at .
large within tho corporate llin\< . be
tween the 1st day of .lune ami the
1st day of October, without a -nuz
zle, ts liable to be soiztd and r< (.alli
ed for a period of fort- . U-.lu hours,
during which time h's owner tyan re
deem him by paying tf sum b one
dollar, and if not so i?ode?int?d. the:
dog .shall be shot, at tho dig'Cj ion'
of the Mayor: Provide I. That. ?th- j
lng in this Section shall be cou?- : ned j
as applying to dogs belonging to any j
party or parties passing i broun"; the;
Town of Walhalla. ,
Sec. 4. That it shall be un! ful
for a bull dog or any other vicious j
dog, or stock of any kind, to r a at"
large within the corporate lljftits of
the town at any time.
?ec. 5. That all doga in (he town .
must be registered and numbered in
the office of the Clerk of the Town,
and the owner of every dog shall
provide a collar, upon which the
number of the dog shall be stain ?tad
for identification. All dogs io town
must bo registered by the 1st day ot
March, 1922, and any person coming
Into possession of one after that date
must have it registered and coi! .red
within five days. Any dog found on
the streets not collared and ?nh m bor
ed shall be taken up by the Marshal
and be liable to be shot, at tho dis
cretion of the Mayor. That for said
registration and numbering -ho
Clerk shall collect a fee of fifty '?mts
I for each and every dog. whlo fee
shall bo turned Into the . ?. ..-.!-.. of
I the Town as Genera) Funds.
! Hoc 0 That any Liaison,-^8|f.i)ar
H0I1K, violating any of tho providions
I of this Ordinance shall be liable to
arrest and line, or imprison ti eui, ul i
the discretion of the Mnyor. wtlhin
the limits of his authority.
Soc. 7. That this Ordin?r, o sh. ll
be deemed general and perpetual i
shall go into effect upon lt- ucl lea- ?
Hon, and continue of force until "'
pealed or amended.
(Done In Council and ratifi? I under 1
the Corporate Seal of thc " *wn of
'Walhalla on tho Kl day of
OL. S) February, 1922, i tn the
145 th year of the Sovereign-*
(y and Independence of th? United
States of America.
JAS. M. MOSS tyor.
T. A. GRANT, Clerk and T tsurer.
ORDINANCE NO.
An Ordinance to Preserve < o peace
and Good Order of thu own of
Walhalla.
Be lt Ordained by the or and
Aldermen of the Town of al halla,
In Council assembled, and author
ity of tho same:
Section 1. That it shall ? mi law
ful for any person to be f' 1 drink
ing or drunk In the TOA of Wal
halla, whereby the peac- nd good
order of the town may ? u un i red
or tho convenience of olh persons
Interfered with.
.Sec. 2. That it shall inlawful
for any person to comm i act of
public indecency on a sti
Soc. 3. That any pera ott viet Sd
of keeping a disorderly 1 > within
the limits of tho Town ^valhalla
shall, upon conviction ?neb of
fense, bo fined a sum n ess than
$2f>.00 nor more than 00, and
tho owner or lessee of ? dwelling
house or ocher build!: situated
within the said corporat< lits, who
lets or sub-lets any such diing to
any person or persons ti used as
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a bawdy house or house of prostitu
tion, shall, upon conviction, pay a
fine of not leas than $5 nor more
than $30 for every day upon which
such /house . Or building shall be used
or kept, and be otherwise punished
within the discretion ot the Mayor,
within the Uni Its of his authority.
Sec. 4. That any person or persons
who shall be guilty of flghlng, riot
ing, using profane language or other
disorderly conduct within the corpo
rate limits shall be punished as for
a misdemeanor.
?Soc. 5. -Whosoever shall wilfully
abuse or cruelly treat. any horse
mule or other animal or beast of
burden shall, upon conviction there
of, suffer imprisonment for not less
than ten days or pay a fine of not
less than $10.00.
Sec. 6. That the Marshal ls au
thorized to arrest any person found
on the streets between 10 o'clock P.
M. and 5 o'clock ?. ?M.. who cannot
give a satisfactory reason for such
presence on the streets during these
hours.
Sec. 7. That all places of business
or amusement muBt be closed on the
Sabbath, except drug stores for the
Bale of drugs only; livery stables,
restaurants, shoe-shihe stands; and
meat markets and ice doalers may
open until 9 o'clock A. M. for deliv
ery of meat and ice; and also deal
ers in gasoline and auto oils shall he
permitted to sell and deliver gaso
line or other auto oils.
Sec. 8. That any person found
loafing on the streets of Walhalla,
having no visible means of earning
an honest livelihood, shall bo deem
ed a vagrant.
'Sec. 9. That it shall be unlawful j
for any person or persons to carry
concealed upon their porsons, upon
tho streets, any weapon mentioned
in tho laws of the State of South
Carolina as unlawful to carry con
cealed.
'Sec. 10. No person or persons shall
gamble within the limits of the town.
.Sec. 11. That it shall he unlawful
for any person or porsons to op?ralo,
within the corporate limits of tho
town, any slot machine or punch
board of any kind or make whatso
ever.
.Sec. 12. No person or persons shall
interfere with a 'Policeman in the
discharge of his outy.
;Sec. 13. No person or persons shall
keep, or permit to be kept, on their
premises any place where gambling
is permitted or encouraged.
Sec. 14. That any pesron keeping
or occupying a house where rioting,
boisterous or disorderly conduct oc
curs shall be liable to fine or im
prisonment, at the discretion of the
Mayor, within the limits of his au
thority.
Sec. 15. That any person or per
sons drinking spirituous or intoxi
cating liquors on any street or pub
lic place within the corporate limits
shall be guilty of,a misdemeanor and
subject to punishment, at the discre
tion of the 'Mayor, within the limits
of his authority.
?Sec 16. That it shall be unlawful
for any person or porsons to light or
shoot, or lo advise, aid or Nbot in
tho lighting or shooting of any fire
cracker, cannon cracker. Roman cun
dle, skyrocket, torpedo or other fire
works of any description within the
corporate limits of the Town of Wal
halla: 'Provided, however, That be
tween the hours of 7 o'clock P. M
on the 2 4th day of December and 12
o'clock P. M. (midnight) on the 25th
day of December of each and every
year lt shall not be unlawful for a
person, on his own premises, to shoot
any of tho aforesaid fire-works, ex
cept cannon crackers or flrc-crack
ers measuring more than one-half
Inch In diameter and three Inches in
length
Sec. 17. That any person or per
sons violating any of Ibo foregoing
'Sections of this Ordinance shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor Slid
punished, at the discretion of the
Mayor, within the limits of his au
thority.
Sec. 18. That this Ordinance shall
be deemed general and perpetual,
shall go into effect upon its publica
tion, and continue of force until re
pealed or amended.
Dono in Council and ratified undei
the Corporate 'Seal of the Town ol
Walhalla on the 3d day ol
CL. 'S) February, 1922, and In the
'115 th year of tho Sovereign
ty and Independence of the United
States of America.
JAS. M. MOSS, Mayor".
T. A. GRANT, Clerk and Treasurer.
ORDINANCE NO. 5.
An Ordinance to Establish Fire ?Lim
its in til o Town of Walhalla.
Hie it Ordained by* tho 'Mayor and
Aldermen of the Town of Walhalla
in Council assembled, and by author
ity of the same:
Section 1. That Aro limits be es
tabllshod in the Town of Walhalla
on Main street, on both north ant
south sides thereof, between Ann
street and Tugaloo street; that with
in said limits no new house shal
hereafter ho built of wooden mater
lal, and no additional room or rooms
shall bo built of wood to any hous<
now standing within said fire limits;
(Provided, however, That a plazzf
covored with slate, tin, zinc or grave
may ho added to any dwelling huust
erected within sa fd fire limits.
Sec. 2. That all buildings horeaf
tor erected within said fire limit!
shall be built of brick or stone ant
covored with slate, tin, zinc or gra
vel.
Sec. 3. That no building or build
lugs constructed of wood, of any siz<
or dimensions, shall bo built or eroc
ted within two hundred (200) fee
of either sido of Main street withii
said fire limits.
Sec. 4. That beforo any build lin
of any character shall bo erectet
within said Aro limits, a plan there
of shall Arst bo submitted to th<
Town? Council for approval.
Sec. 5. That any building or struc
turo erected within said Aro Hmiti
contrary U> tho provisions of thii
Ordlnanco may bo abated and re
moved by tho Town Council as a pub
He nuisance nt tho oxponso of th<
owner or owners of said property.
(Continued on Third Page.)
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