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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1926, Postville, Iowa Thursday March t02� revised ordinances ordinance no 204. Public dance Halls. V ordinance and licensing Public dance Halls and proscribing pen fluids for violation it on fined by the Coli Ineil of the town of Postville Iowa Section 1. A Public dance Hall is hereby defined to to any building Hall Lorn enclosure Structure or place wherein or Whereon any Public dance 1 conducted or permitted. Any dancer conducted or permitted and for admission to which or for participation in which anything 0f value is Breed or a Public dance except that any dance conducted by a fraternal order or association strictly for their own members shall k be construed As a Public dance or be subject to the payment of any tense. Bowery dance Halls or temporary outdoor structures intended Public Uso Are prohibited. Section 2. It shall be unlawful for any person association firm or rotation to use or permit to bemused any Public dance Hall As such out first having procured the License therefor and having paid the Ivor the sum of one Dollar for issuing such License. Section 3. Whenever it shall appear to the mayor that the Good order Good morals of the Public will be Subserve thereby he May revoke or fuse to Issue a License As provided Forin this ordinance. Section 4. It shall be unlawful for any person to take any intoxicating a nor into any Public dance a 1 or to drink any intoxicating liquor therein tto be in any such dance Hall in an intoxicated condition. Section 6. It shall be unlawful for any person firm or corporation raged in and conducting a Public dance Hall As herein defined to permit in unmarried boy or girl under the age of seventeen years to enter or found in any Public dance Hall unless accompanied by Parent or guardian Section 0. No such Public dance Hall shall remain open to the Public 8 later hour that 12 00 o clock Midnight on any Day nor shall any Public ices be carried on at such place later than 12 00 o clock Midnight on r Day except on special or Futon permit of the mayor t Section 8. Each Public dance Hall shall be under the control and he vision of a police officer during any Public dance and it shall be in Faful for any person to refuse to leave such Hall or otherwise obey upon i order of such officer Given in the discharge of his duty to preserve or at such dance. Such officer shall be appointed by the party conduct i or operating the Public dance Hall and approved by the mayor he shall compensated by the party engaging him. Section 9. Anyone violating any of the provisions of this ordinance Shal in conviction be subject to imprisonment not exceeding thirty Days or i Fine not exceeding one Hundred dollars. Whenever the Fine and costs Josed for the violation of this ordinance Are not paid the person convict Junay be committed to jail until the Fine and costs Are paid not to exceed try Days. J Section 10. A ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with the a visions of this ordinance Are hereby repealed i Section 11. This ordinance shall lie in Force and effect from and after passage and publication As provided by jaw t above ordinance entitled Public dance Halls was authenticated this Day of january 1920, i w. J. Hanks mayor William Shepherd town clerk the , Ville Iowa part two Page one ordinance no. 205, Pool and billiard Halls and Bowling alleys. T ordinance providing for the regulation and licensing of Pool and billiard tables kept for hire and Bowling or ten pin alleys and providing a penalty for violation it ordained by the Council of the town of Postville Jowa Section 1. No person shall conduct or operate a billiard or Pool table Ither table kept for hire or a Bowling or ten pin Alloy without first luring a License therefor which License shall be in addition to the ror s fee of one Dollar for issuing the same the sum of ten dollars per f for the first Pool Billard or other table kept for hire and five dollars year for each additional table so kept for hire and ten dollars per year each Bowling or ten pin Alley kept for hire. Section 2. All billiard or Pool rooms and Bowling or ten pin alleys 1 be closed from 11 30 o clock p. M. Saturday night until 6 00 o clock p. Monday morning of each week and during the remaining Days of i week such places shall be closed at 10 30 o clock p. M. And shall not pen before 6 00 o clock a. M. Section 3. The windows of All billiard or Pool rooms and Bowling and pin alleys shall be free from All curtains or other obstructions so As Lve a free View of the same from the Street at All times. Section 4. No person who keeps a billiard or Pool Hall or Bowling or pin Alley nor the agent clerk or servant of any such person nor any 5on having charge or control of any such Hall or Alley shall permit any or to remain in any such Hall or Alley or to take part in any games As billiards or Pool or nine or ten pins. Section 5. This ordinance shall apply to All restaurants and All places business where one or More billiard or Pool tables or Bowling or ten alleys Are kept for hire except that restaurants May keep open for Purpo a of serving meals on sunday and for that purpose Only. Section 6. Anyone violating any of the provisions of this ordinance to upon conviction be subject to imprisonment not exceeding thirty Days i a Fine not exceeding one Undrell dollars. Whenever the Fine and costs sed for the violation of this ordinance Are not paid the person con May be committed to jail until the Fine and costs Are paid not to fed thirty Days. Section 7. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with the visions of this ordinance Are hereby repealed. Section 8. Thi3 ordinance shall be in Force and effect from and after passage and publication As provided by Law. Dove ordinance entitled Pool and billiard Halls and Bowling alleys was anti rated this 7th" Day of january 1926. W. J. Hanks mayor William Shepherd town clerk ordinance no. 206. Nuisances. Ordinance prohibiting nuisances providing for the assessment of he Cost of abatement and prescribing penalties for violation. Ordained by the Council of the town of Postville Iowa Section i. The erecting continuing or using of any building or other for the exercise of any Trade employment or manufacture which seasoning noxious exhalations offensive smells or other annoyances nes injurious or dangerous to the health Comfort or property of ideals or the Public the causing or suffering of any offal filth or me substances to be collected or remain in any place to the prejudice hers the corrupting or rendering unwholesome or impure the water y River system Stream or Pond or unlawfully diverting the same its natural course or state to the injury or prejudice of others the acting or encumbering by fences buildings or otherwise of the Public private ways streets alleys commons or burying grounds houses a Fame kept for the purpose of prostitution and lewdness gambling is or houses resorted to for the use of opium or has Heesh or houses i drunkenness quarrelling fighting breaches of the peace Are carried a permitted to the disturbance of others whatever is injurious to the indecent or offensive to the senses or an obstruction to the free use Sperty so As essentially to interfere with the comfortable enjoyment f or property and All other nuisances either Public or private Are piled leptin 2. Whenever any nuisance is found upon any private property in any Street Alley or Public ground the marshal shall and the or health committee of the Council May serve or cause to be f upon the owner agent or occupant of the property on which said fee is located or on the person Caus Iii or maintaining the same fee n writing by Reading ugh notices to him and delivering or of Ito deliver to him & copy thereof requiring him to Abate or remove a we within Twenty four hours to from the time of the service of such i if such owner agent or occupant or person causing or maintaining nuisance neglects or fair to of ate or remove such nuisance within hour of the service of such notice for the re or abatement thereof a the marshal or other authorized person notify cd owner agent or occupant or person causing or maintaining such ice shall cause the same to be removed or abated keeping an acc account of the expense incurred in such removal or abatement and a verified statement fully itemized of the costs with the clerk. The Pality shall pay such Bill and the amount of the same shall be a us the municipality from1 the owner of said lot or parcel of ground son causing or maintaining the nuisance. A Bill for the amount due c presented to the owner agent or occupant of such lot or parcel of 1, or person causing or. Maintaining the nuisance and if the same is Iid within Wenty Days a the amount shall be certified to the county Nas a special tas against inc lot or parcel of ground or the person of taxes maintainin8 the nuisance and Shal be collected the same As action 8. In addition to the right of abatement Ariy Ojie violating the provision a of Titis or Dimanco Shalli Pori subject to Ament not exceeding thirty Days or to a Fine not exceeding one Ewd ,. Etmo 5. shill be in Force and effect from and after a Sage and publication As provided by Law. Ove ordinance entitled nuisances",1 was authenticated this 7th Day uary 1926. W. J. Hank8, ill Lam Shepherd town clerk ordinance no 807, k injury and annoyance Phi name to present injury or annoyance from anything danger r ,�ff6n�ive or unhealthy a ordained by the Council of the town of Postville Iowa 7"on 1. , offensive or unhealthy causing of annoyance la prohibited., Felon 2. Whenever anything dangerous offensive or unhealthy Paw to or annoyance is sound upon any private property or upon any Street Alley or Public ground the marshal shall and the mayor or health committee of the Council May serve or cause to be served upon the owner agent or occupant of the lot or parcel of ground on which said cause of injury or annoyance is located or adjacent to a notice in writing by Reading such notice to him and delivering or offering to deliver to him a copy thereof requiring him to Abate or remove the same within Twenty four hours from the time of the service of such notice. If such owner agent or occupant neglects or fails to cause of injury or annoyance within Twenty four hours of the service of such notice for the removal or abatement thereof the marshal or. Other authorized person notifying such owner agent or occupant shall cause the same to be removed or abated keeping an accurate account of the expense incurred in such removal or abatement and filing a verified itemized statement of such costs with the clerk. The town shall pay such Bill and the amount of the same shall be a debt due the town from the owner of said lot or parcel of ground. A Bill for the amount due shall be presented to the owner agent or occupant of such lot or parcel of ground and if the same is not paid within Twenty Days the amount shall be certified to the county auditor As a special tax against such lot or parcel of ground and shall be collected the same As other taxes. Section 3. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance Are hereby repealed Section 4. This ordinance shall be in Force and effect from and after its passage and publication As provided bylaw. Above ordinance entitled injury and annoyance was authenticated this 7th Day of january 1926. W. J. Hanks mayor William Shepherd town clerk ordinance no. 208. Hard labor. An ordinance providing for sentence at hard labor. Be it ordained by the Council of the town of Postville Iowa Section 1. Able bodied male persons Over the age of sixteen confined in any jail under the judgment of any tribunal authorized to imprison for the violation of any ordinance by Law or police regulation May be required to labor during the whole or part of the time of their sentence and such tribunal when passing sentence of imprisonment whether for non payment of Fine or otherwise shall have Power to and shall determine whether such imprisonment shall be at hard labor or not. If the prisoner is sentenced to hard labor the marshal shall superintend the labor and furnish the tools and materials if necessary at the expense of the municipality. Section 2. Such labor May be on the streets Public roads on or about buildings or at such other places in the municipality and during such reasonable hours of the Day As the marshal May direct not to exceed eight hours each Day. Section 3. If the prisoner attempts to escape while going from or returning to the jail or while at labor or at any time or if he refuses to labor the marshal May to secure such prisoner or cause him to labor Chain or secure him or cause him to be kept in solitary confinement not to exceed ten Days for any one offence during which time he May be fed on bread and water Only unless other food is necessary for the preservation of his health. All such punishment to be inflicted within the jail or jail enclosure and shall not be considered As any part of the time for which the prisoner is sentenced. Section 4. For every Day s labor performed by any prisoner under this ordinance there shall be certified on any judgment for Fine and costs against him the sum of one Dollar and fifty cents and no person shall be entitled to the benefits of the Law providing for the liberation of poor convicts if in the opinion of the marshal the judgment May be satisfied by the labor of the person As herein authorized. Section 5. The marshal or person having the prisoner in charge shall protect him from insults noises and communications with others while at labor and going to and returning from the same and May use such Means As Are necessary and proper thereto. Section 6. Any person persisting in insulting annoying or communicating with any prisoner after being commanded by such officer to desist shall be punished by a Fine not exceeding ten dollars or by imprisonment not exceeding three Days Section 7. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance Are hereby repealed. Section 8. This ordinance shall be in Force and effect from and after its passage and publication As provided by Law. Above ordinance entitled hard labor was authenticated this 7th Day of january 1926. W. J. Hanks mayor William Shepherd town clerk ordinance no. 209. Offences. An ordinance defining offences and prescribing penalties for violation. Be it ordained by the Council of the town of Postville Iowa Section 1. It shall be unlawful to commit any of the following acts. 1. Be or be found in a state of intoxication. 2. Be or be found in a state of vagrancy. 3. Maintain keep or operate any building or place where intoxicating liquor is illegally kept sold or Given away. 4. Publicly or in the hearing of others curse swear or use profane blasphemous obscene abusive or vulgar language. 5. Allow any person under the age of Twenty one years in a billiard or Pool room or Bowling Alley. 6. Make any personal or insulting remark to or about anyone passing along the Street or sidewalk. 7. Appear on any Street or in a Public place in a state of nudity or in any indecent or obscene dress. 8. Make any indecent exposure of the person or commit any indecent or lewd act. 9. Sell or offer for Sale any indecent lewd or obscene Book picture publication or thing. 10. Perform or present any indent immoral or obscene play picture publication or thing. 11. Print write stamp or paint anything obscene indecent immoral or vulgar. 12. Allow suffer or permit in any House room or place owned controlled or occupied any prostitution or lewdness. 13. Solicit for immoral purposes. 14. Molest by annoy any female person in any Public place or solicit her to ride in any motor vehicle. 15. Permit or allow any moving picture to be shown or operated on sunday. 16. Play any game make any bet or play any machine device or contrivance of any kind for Money or other thing of value. 17. Maintain run or operate any game machine or device or contrivance As a game of Chance. 18. Avow suffer or permit in any House room or place owned occupied or controlled any gambling or game of Chance. 19. Keep be an inmate of or connected with contribute to the support of own or be interested in As owner tenant or landlord or transport others to or from any House room or place resorted to for the purpose of gambling prostitution or lewdness or where gambling prostitution or lewdness is carried on. Peace. 20. Engage in offer or threaten to fight or quarrel or use blows or violence toward another in any angry or quarrelsome manner or strike assault or fight another person. 21. Allow suffer or permit in any House or upon any premises owned or occupied any profane obscene or vulgar language or conduct or any fighting quarrelling or affray or any loud or unusual noises. 22. Occupy for lodging gambling prostitution card playing or other purposes any barn stable shed office car or other building or place without of the owner or party in Possession or entitled to the same. 23. Join any group or company of persons on any sidewalk or crossing so As to obstruct the free passage thereon or the Entrance to any Public building place of business or Church. 24. Loaf around or congregate about any Church or upon the sidewalk or streets adjacent thereto during the time of any service in the Church. 25. Loaf around or congregate in front of any Pool Hall or other place of business 26. Loiter around or about the streets or alleys after the hour of twelve o clock Midnight or before four o clock a m. Without showing a sufficient reason therefor. 27. Loiter about the railway Yards depots or any Public building unless having business there. 28. Give a false alarm for. Fire. 29. Use on any vehicle except vehicles of the police and fire departments a Siren Horn. 80. Beg food Money or any other thing. 31. Refuse neglect or fail to obey the signal of any traffic officer or any flagman at any Railroad crossing. 32. Interfere with or hinder the marshal or any policeman or officer in Maiher arrests or in the discharge of his duties. 88, encourage or counsel resistance to any officer. 84. Falsely claim or represent to he an officer or without authority exercise or attempt to exercise any of the duties functions or Powers of an officer. 35. Discharge any Cannon gun pistol revolver or fire Arm of any description without first having obtained permission in writing from the mayor unless the person doing the same is an officer acting within the duties of his office. A. 86. Keep sell or offer for Sale any firecrackers torpedoes roman candles or other like explosives of whatever kind except on july 4th and the first secular Day previous thereto. 87. Set off fire explode or display any firecrackers tornadoes roman candles or other like explosives on any Street in the business Section. 38. Keep sell or offer for Sale any toy pistol toy revolver or Caps for any toy pistol or revolver or any firecracker Over five inches Long and More than three fourths of an Inch in diameter or dynamite Caps except that dynamite Caps May be sold or kept for Sale for mining purposes danger signals or other necessary uses 89. Carry any concealed weapon either revolver pistol Dirk knife Metal Knuckles or other dangerous weapon. 40. Be concerned or join or participate in any assemblage meeting concert Parade procession or other exercise or display upon any Street Alley Highway or Public ground without a written permit issued to one or More of the participants thereof by. The mayor 41. Annoy passengers or citizens or obstruct any sidewalk crossing or platform at any railway station. 42. Refuse or neglect to conform to any regulation adopted by the Railroad company or companies occupying any Railroad station. 43. Obstruct the operation of any Railroad or interfere therewith by placing any stick Stone or obstacle upon the1 tracks or fails. 44. Get on the cars of any railway and refuse to pay the usual fare. 45. Get on or off the cars of any railway with the intent to annoy or interfere with the persons in charge of said cars. 46. Get upon or off a locomotive engine or car of any railway company while the same is in motion except the person is employed thereon or la an officer of the Law in the discharge of his duty. 47. Permit any person or employee whether male or female to be quartered lodged or boarded in any Box car vehicle or Structure upon wheels except sleeping cars erected or maintained upon any railway track Side track or right of Way or any railway company. 48. Permit persons congregating for the purpose of obtaining Board or lodging in any Box car vehicle or Structure of a temporary character except sleeping cars. 49. Engage in any sport or exercise Likely to scare or injure horses or persons to destroy property or Embarrass or hinder the passage of animals or pedestrians. 50. Disturb the peace and quiet of any Street Alley Avenue Public ground or any religious or Public Assembly or building Public or private or any neighbourhood private family or person by giving a false alarm of fire by loud or unusual noise by ringing Bells blowing horns or other instruments by indecent obscene profane rude violent boisterous offensive or disorderly language conversation or conduct or by threatening quarrelling assaulting fighting or by any other device or Means whatever. Health. 51. Sell expose or offer for Sale any putrid blown tainted or unsound meat or fish or any Rotten or unsound eggs butter lard vegetables fowl game or any other article of food 52. Sell expose or offer for Sale for use As food any poultry which after being killed is not dressed and the entrails immediately removed therefrom. 53. Sell expose or offer for Sale the flesh of any animal that was diseased overheated or run Down by dogs at or before the time such animal was butchered or slain or which died a natural or violent death not in the usual manner of killing animals for food. 54. Sell expose or offer for Sale the flesh of any Swine sheep or cattle without having the same inspected and approved by a government inspector or qualified veterinarian As being free from contagious or infectious disease. 65. Sell the any boar ram or Bull without informing the purchaser of the character and kind of flesh. 56. Keep maintain or use any building As a Slaughter House. 57. Spit expect rate Deposit or place any sputum spittle phlegm tobacco juice cigarette stumps Cigar stumps or quids of tobacco upon the floor stairway or other part of any building or on any sidewalk or depot platform. 58. Distribute any packages of Medicine pills or other free Sample packages of any preparation for medical purposes by leaving the same on porches or doorsteps or about the premises of any building or business House or upon any lot Street sidewalk or place.  59. Throw place or Deposit or cause or permit to be thrown placed or deposited on any Street Alley sidewalk Stream ditch Ravine Drain or other Public place or upon the premises of any other person any filth Carrion offal trash waste manure ashes cinders bottles broken Guss cans or rubbish of any kind. Public property. 60. Start maintain or allow a fire of any kind on any pavement. 61. Hinder or obstruct the making or repairing of any Public improvements or work. 62. Remove or cause to be removed any dirt Sand Stone Rock tree Shrub Plank sidewalk or Fence from any Street Alley or Public ground without permission from the Council. 63. Dig into or in any manner break any sidewalk curb pavement Street Alley or Public ground without replacing the same in As Good condition As found. 64. Tear Down deface or destroy any House number Street sign or other sign. 65. Tear Down or destroy any Resolution order ordinance advertisement or official notice posted by order of the Council or any Public officer or by the person entitled to Possession of the property. 66. Deface Mark or in any Way injure or meddle with any fire hydrant valve or other appurtenance of the waterworks system or attempt to work or operate them without authority. 67. Make any connection with the waterworks or sewer system,.unless the person making the connection is a licensed plumber or other person designated by the Council acting under a permit issued by the proper authority. 68. Make or cause to be made any excavation in any Street Alley or Highway for the purpose of laying any Drain water or sewer connection without first obtaining a permit for the same. 69. Make Tir attempt to make any connection with the a sewer or waterworks system without first obtaining a permit for the same. 70. Refuse or neglect to keep All electric wires free from the wires of the Street lighting system and at least six feet from All wires of the fire alarm system. 71. Fail or neglect to keep Trees or branches therefrom from falling into or in any Maimer damaging electric Light Telephone or other wires while the same is being Cut Down or removed. Private property. 72. Gut break Hack deface or otherwise injure or destroy any ornamental or Shade tree railing Fence private building or other property. 73. Enter any Yard Gar Den Orchard or private premises and Cut Hack pull carry away or destroy any Flowers fruit Shrub Plant or vegetable without the consent of the owner or person in charge. 74. Cut across or enter upon any lot or ground or go up or Down any Terrace without the consent of the owner or person in charge or Lead or drive any Stock or allow any Stock to travel Over or upon any Lawn Terrace Yard or Garden in a Way As to injure trample or destroy the same.  75. Paste write print stamp Nail or affix to any building erection Fence tree lamp Post sidewalk Telephone Telegraph or other pole or to any improvement any poster show Bill hand Bill or other printed notice or sign. 76. Buy or receive any property from a minor without the consent of Parent or guardian. 77. Throw any a tone stick or other thing whereby any person maybe or shall be hit or Hurt or any window broken or other property injured or destroyed. Streets Safe. 78. Obstruct or cause to be obstructed any Street Alley Highway or sidewalk or erect or hang any Gate so the same will open outward Over any Street Alley or sidewalk. 79. Coast or slide on any sidewalk or upon any Street in the business Section by Means of any sled coaster Wagon or other contrivances. 80. Play Ball on the streets or on any vacant lot without the consent of the owner. 81. Throw any projectile from any Sling catapult Nigger shooter or air gun or shoot an Arrow with any Bow or Croas Bow upon any Street Alley or other Public place. 82. Move Aid or assist in moving any building in along or Over any of the streets or alleys without first having obtained a written permit therefor from the mayor 83. For any person team bicycle or vehicle meeting another on any Street or sidewalk to refuse or neglect to pass or turn to the right and give half of the Street or sidewalk so As to allow an uninterrupted passage of such person or vehicle. 84. For any vehicle or bicycle not to keep on the right hand half of the Street in accordance with the direction they Are going. 85. Allow or suffer any Wagon automobile truck engine machinery or vehicle to be on any sidewalk Street Alley or Highway for More than twelve hours 86, permit any weeds thistles Brush or plants to overhang or encroach upon any sidewalk adjoining the owner s property. 87. Place or allow to remain upon any Street Alley or sidewalk for a longer period of time than twelve hours any Wood Coal or fuel of any kind or Cut saw or split the same upon any sidewalk. 88. Place upon or suffer to be placed upon any sidewalk any goods wares or merchandise for Sale or for show or to suspend the Sarah in any manner Over the sidewalk so As to interfere in any manner with the free and uninterrupted passage of the sidewalk by pedestrians. 89. Keep open any cellar door grating or cover to any vault or fail properly to protect or guard All openings on or within six feet of any Street Alley sidewalk or Highway. 90. Make any excavation in any Street Alley or Public place or within ten feet of any sidewalk Street Alley or Public place and not secure the excavation by an enclosure at least four feet High substantially built and with red lights placed and burning during the entire night. 91. Erect any stairs or Steps to the first or second floor of any building upon or Over any part of any sidewalk Street or Alley without having first obtained permission by Resolution of the Council. 92. Construct of build a stairway or passageway to any cellar or basement by occupying any part of the sidewalk Street Alley or enclose any portion of the same with a railing without having first obtained permission by Resolution of the Council. 93. Place or Deposit any building material in any Street without a written permit from the mayor subject to revocation by the Council to use part of the Street in front of or adjacent to the lot Whereon such building is being erected for depositing therein the material shall be placed in such manner As not to obstruct the gutters of the Street. The person occupying a portion of the Street shall at All times enclose or guard the same-1 in such a manner As to protect persons and animals from injury thereby and with red lights placed and burning through the night. 94. Erect or maintain awnings unless All parts of the same be elevated at least eight feet above the upper surface of the sidewalk and the roof or covering made of Duck Canvas or other suitable material supported by Iron frames or brackets firmly and securely fastened to the building without any posts or other device that will obstruct the sidewalk or hinder or interfere with the free passage of pedestrians thereon. 95 erect or keep any stand for the Sale of fruit vegetables or other substances or commodities on any sidewalk Street or Alley or use or occupy any part of a Street or Alley with any vehicle for the Sale therefrom of any article without written permission from the mayor. 96. Erect or maintain any sign Post or other Post or pole for any purpose except by permission of the Council. 97. Place or maintain any Barb wire to enclose in whole or in part any Park Terrace lot or parcel of ground fronting on or adjacent to any Street Alley or sidewalk. 98. Cause or permit any water spout trough Gutter or Balcony extending from any building owned or leased to discharge or conduct water upon the surface of any sidewalk but All such water shall be conducted under the sidewalk in accordance with plans and specifications of the Street commissioner and under his direction. 99. Allow or suffer any omnibus Hack automobile truck delivery Wagon or other vehicle except vehicle used by the police or fire depart ment to occupy More space from curb to curb than provided by the Tratia continued on Page two

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