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Full text of "Ordinances (codified) of the city of Redlands state of California"

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ORDINANCES 



(CODIFIED) 



OF THE 



City of Rcdlands 



State of California 



Published by Order of the Board of Trustees 



REDLANDS 

RICE & SON, PRINTERS 
19)4 



ORDINANCES 

(CODIFIED) 



OF THE 



City of Redlands 



State of California 



Published by Order of the Board of Trustees 



REDLANDS 

RICE & SON, PRINTERS 
1914 



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CITY OFFICERS 



CLINT P. HOOK Clerk and Assessor 

I. CUSHMAN GRAY.. Deputy Clerk 

F. A. LEONARD Attorney 

GEO. S. HINCKLEY City Engineer 

JAS. F. WHEAT Treasurer 

GEO. E. LARMORE Marshal 

PETER G. MclVER Recorder 

GEO. S. HINCKLEY Street Superintendent 

F. H. FOLKINS, M. D Sec'y. Board of Health 

ED. MOSBAUGH Chief Fire Department 

W. T. FERGUSON Park and Tree Supt. 

M. E. ARMSTRONG Building Inspector 

LEON H. SMITH Sec'y. Water Department 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



GEO. P. CORTNER, President 

F. A. ALEXANDER M. L. BLACK C. A. TRIPP 

E. "J" UNDERWOOD 






INDEX 



REFERENCES ARE TO SECTIONS, SUBDIVISIONS and PAGES 



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ABATEMENT of Nuisances, Sec. 17, 114, 145, 21-35 

ADVERTISEMENTS, on 

streets, sidewalks, private property Sub. 15 9 

bill posting " 18 17 

AIRGUNS, Shooting of 8 16 

AISLES, obstructing in public buildings "15 17 

ALCOHOL, see intoxicating liquors. 

ANIMALS, 

keeping of, " 4 11 

dead, burial of, Sec. 67 26 

fast driving of, Sub. 3 11 

impounding of, Sec. 41 14 

near car track, " 1 12 

notice of slaughtering of, " 77 28 

permit for slaughtering of, " 76 28 

regulations for slaughtering of, "78 28 

running at large, cattle, Sub. 1 11 

running at large, dogs and fowls, "5 12 

slaughtering of, Sec. 75 27 

staking out, Sub. 2 11 

serving mares and cows, "6 12 

tying to trees or hydrants, "2 11 

unhitched on streets, "2 11 

ASSEMBLAGES, disturbance of, "2 19 

ASSESSMENT, (see Article XVIII of Ordinance 430.) 

ASSESSOR, (see Article XVIII of Ordinance 430.) 

AUCTIONEER, license of, Sub. 13 36 

AUTOMOBILE, (see vehicles) 

speed of, "19 10 

AWNINGS, on streets, " 16 10 

B 

BARBED WIRE FENCES Sub. 22 10 

BEES, keeping of, "20 17 

BELGIAN HARES, keeping of, "4 11 

BEGGING, on streets, "1 19 

BENCH MARK Sec. 11 5 

BEHAVIOR, improper Sub. 2 19 
BICYCLES, 

lights upon, "5 8 

buying second hand, " 21 17 

coasting with, "8 8 

reckless riding, "8 8 

riding on sidewalks, "8 8 

speed of, "19 10 



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BILL POSTING, license for, Sub. 1 35 

BILL POSTING " 18 17 

obscene or indecent. Sec. 54 23 

on street, telephone poles, etc., Sub. 15 9 

BILLIARD HALLS, 

keeping of, "22 17 

hours for opening, "23 18 

how kept, "23 18 

minors not allowed in, 7 20 

BLACKSMITH SHOP, districts for, "11 16 

BOARD OF HEALTH, (See Health Board) 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES, (See Trustees) 

BONDS, official, Sec. 2 3 

required under contracts, " 129 39 

BOWLING ALLEYS, hours for and how kept, Sub. 23 18 

BRUSH FIRES, (See Fires) 

BUILDINGS, 

numbering of, Sec. 16 5 

removal of, Sub. 17 10 

exit from, "14 16 

obstructing aisles in, "15 17 
regulations, inspector, etc., (see Ordinance 430-463) 

BUSINESS LICENSES Sec. 117 35 

BUTTER, purity of, "81 29 

C 

CANNONS-CANES, toy, selling of, Sub. 16 17 

CATTLE (See Animals). 

CARS, obstructing street, "2 8 

carrying freight on street, "26 18 

holding on to, on street, " 18 

speed of street, "19 10 

CEMETERY LIMITS, (See Ordinance 434) 

CENSOR COMMISSION, 

appointment of, Sec. 46 

power and authority, 47 

report to marshal, when, 48 

CENSOR OFFICER, duties of, (See Chapter VII). 21 

CESSPOOL, 

carrying contents of, 65 

cleaning, " 70 

maintaining, 68 

CHILDREN, on street , curfew, Sub. 6 

CHURCH, obstructing aisles of, " 15 

CIGAR STORES, business hours of, "23 18 

CIRCUS, license of, 

CITY RECORDER, salary of, Sec. 3 

CLAIMS, 

auditing of, 130 

itemizing, 

warrants for, *' 132 39 

CLERK, 

bond of, "23 



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compensation of, 

issuing moving picture permits, 

furnishing names, when, 

licenses, prepared by, 

officials report to, of money collected, 

settlements with, by marshal, 
COASTING, with bicycles, 

passing pedestrains, while, 
CONCEALED WEAPONS, 
CONTRACTS, how signed, 

bonds, when required, for, 
CONTAGIOUS DISEASES, 

disinfecting premises, 

exposed persons, not to go in public, 

posting notices of, on, 

report to school authoriti.es, 

report of, by physicians, 
COUNTY JAIL, imprisonment in, 
COWS, (See Animals.) 

Adding to herd, 

certificates of health, for, 

diseased, milk from, 

provisions relating to test of, (S< 

tagging of, 
CREAM, purity of, 
CURBS, grade of, 

construction of, 



Sec. 


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50 


22 


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144 


41 


" 


122 


37 


< < 


137 


40 


< < 


123 


38 


Sub. 


8 


8 


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9 


8 


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9 


16 


Sec. 


128 


39 


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129 


39 


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108 


34 


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110 


34 


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109 


34 


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111 


34 


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113 


35 


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141 


41 


Sec. 


85 


30 


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82 


29 


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81 


29 


Chapter 


IX.) 


28 


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DAIRIES, regulations of, (See chapter IX.) 

DATUM PLANE, 

DEAD ANIMALS, burial of, 

persons, burial of, 
DEPOSIT, for street work, 

refunding, when, 
DIRT, removal from street, 
DISINFECTING PREMISES, 
DISORDERLY CONDUCT, 
DISEASES, (See Health Regulations.) 
DITCHES, obstruction, 

placing rubbish in, 
DOGS, at large, 

collecting license, 

couhterfieting tags, 

defined, 

duplicate tags for, 

fierce, keeping of, Sub. 5. 

impounding of, 

keeping without license, 

license for, 

muzzeling of, 







28 


I 


11 


5 





67 


26 


Sub. 


16 


21 


Sec. 


17 


5 





19 


6 


Sub. 


1 


7 


Sec. 


108 


34 


Sub. 


2 


19 


Sub. 


3 


8 


Sec. 


66 


26 


Sub. 


5 


12-14 


Sec. 


31 


12 


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32 


12 


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37 


13 


4 


38 


14 


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39 


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35 


13 


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39 


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34 


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penalty, 


" 39 


14 


refusal to pay license, 


" 39 


14 


tags for, 


" 31 


12 


DOG CATCHER, appointment of, 


Sec. 33 


13 


fees of, 


11 36 


13 


DRUNKENESS, on street, 


Sub. 2 


19 


DRUGS, distributing samples of, 


" 15 


21 


DYNAMITE, keeping of, 


2 


15 


E 






ELECTIONS, notice of, 


Sec. 7 


4 


board of, 


8 


4 


canvass of returns, 


9 


4 


record of results, 


" 10 


4 


ELECTRIC CARS, carrying frieght on, 


Sub. 26 


18 


ELECTRIC SIGNS, 


" 15 


9 


wires, removal of, 


" 25 


18 


ELECTRIC WIRING AND INSPECTING, (See 


Ordinance 430-446. 


) 


ENGINES, obstructing street, 


2 


8 


gasoline, use of, 


" 13 


16 


EQUALIZATION, board of, (See Ordinance 


430.) 




EXCAVATION IN STREET, 


Sec. 17 


5 


deposit to make, 


17 


5 


lights on in street, 


Sub. 4 


8 


EXHIBITIONS, (See Moving Pictures.) 






EXPRESS, carrying of, on street cars, 


" 26 


18 


F 






FAST DRIVING, 


Sub. 3 


11 


FEES, dog catcher, 


Sec. 36 


13 


poundmaster, 


" 43 


14 


plumbing, electric and building inspector, 


(See Ordinance 430, 


,) 


FENCE, barbed wire, 


Sub. 22 


10 


FIGHTING, on streets, 


2 


19 


FIREARMS, carrying of 


9 


16 


shooting of, 


7 


15 


FIRE HOSE, running over, 


8 


20 


FIRE LIMITS, 


Sec. 155 


42 


building fires within 


Sub. 5 


15 


buildings, construction of within, (See 


Ordinance 430.) 




keeping dynamite within, 


Sub. 2 


15 


keeping powder within, 


2 


15 


keeping hay within, 


3 


15 


keeping lumber within, 


4 


15 


FIRE, upon street, 


" 1 


7 


brush fires, 


6 


16 


department, (See Ordinance 430.) 






escapes, (See Ordinance 430.) 






within fire limits, 


5 


15 


rubbish, 


6 


15 


FIREWORKS, keeping and sale of 


" 16 


17 


FISH, decayed, selling of, 


Sees. 72-100 


27-32 



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inspection and destruction of, Sec. 99 

FLOWERS, cutting of, on private property, Sub. 19 17 

FOWLS, keeping of, Sub. 5 12 

inspection and destruction of, Sec. 99 

running at large, Sub. 5 12 

selling of, tainted, Sees. 72-100 27-32 

FRANCHISES, (See Clerk's index, file box ' No. ) 

FREIGHT, carrying of, Sub. 26 18 

FREIGHTING in Smiley Park " 20 10 

FRUIT, decayed, selling of, Sec- 72 27 



GAMBLING, keeping or visiting places of, Sub. 4 ~ 19 

games, engaging in, " 5 20 

devices, destruction of, Sec. 146 41 

GAMES of Chance " 5 20 

GARBAGE, meaning of " 57 24 

carrying on street, "65 26 

collector of, " 63 25 

collection and removal of, 62 25 

duties of collector "64 26 

kept in receptacles "58 25 

removal from premises "59 25 

GAS, Inspector, meters, quality of, (See Ord. 499.) 

GASOLINE, keeping of, Sub. 1 15 

consent of Building Inspector, 1 15 

engines, use of restricted "13 16 

GIANT POWDER, keeping of " 2 15 

GOATS, keeping of, " 4 11 

GOODS, WARES and MERCHANDISE: 

buying from minors "11 20 

sale of to second-hand stores Sec. 21 17 

GRADES of curbs " 12 5 

fixed by resolution "14 5 

sidewalks " 13 5 

GUTTERS, obstructing Sub. 3 8 

construction of, notice to Street Supt. "21 10 

H 

HAY, keeping of in fire limits, Sub. 3 15 

HEALTH, Board of, Sec. 94 31 

Abatement of nuisanses " 114 35 
declaring existence of Nuisance Sub. 17 Sec. 115 21, 35 

furnishing blanks to physicians " 105 33 

locating pest houses "97 32 

meats, inspection of, "99 32 

meetings of, "106 33 



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report to, of tuberculosis cases Sec. 102-104 33 

rules and regulations of, " 96 

sanitary surveilance 107 

violating rules of, 98 32 

HEALTH OFFICER, appointment of, "94 31 

Certificate of Health fiom, for cows " 82 29 

disinfecting premises " 108 34 

duties of, " 93-95 31 

inspection and destruction of meats 99 

notice to of tuberculosis test "83 30 

notice to, of slaughtering animals " 77 

permit to slaughter animals " 75 

posting notices of contagion " 109 84 

report to, of diseased cows 84-86 30 

resisting, 101 

reporting to school authorities, when "111 34 

visiting public institutions " 112 34 

HEALTH and SANITARY REGULATIONS, (See Chapter X.) 31 

HEDGE, thorn bearing Sub. 22 10 
HORSES, (See Animals.) 

HORTICULTURAL REGULATIONS (See Ordinance 519.) 

HOSPITAL, maintaining Sec. 27 19 

HOTEL GUESTS, register of, "13 20 

HYDRANTS, opening of, " 12 20 

tying animals near Sub. 2 11 

vehicles near "6 8 



ILL FAME, houses of, Sub. 3 19 

INDECENT LANGUAGE, use of, " 2 19 
INFECTIOUS DISEASES, (See contagious disease.) 
INSPECTOR of BUILDING, (See Ordinance 430.) 

of Electrical Wiring, 

of Plumbing and Sewers " 

IMMORAL or INDECENT PICTURES Sec. 53 23 

IMMUNITY, when, " 143 41 

IMPRISONMENT in County Jail " 141 41 

IMPOUNDING, fees for, "43 14 

IRRIGATING WATER on SIDEWALKS Sub. 7 8 

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JEWELRY, Second Hand, purchase of, Sub. 21 17 



LANGUAGE, Abusive, Indecent, Sub. 2 19 



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LAUNDRY, limits, Sub. 10 16 

sprinkling of, "9 20 

LICENSE, business, Sec. 117 35 

inter-state commerce exempt, " 118 37 

marshal to collect, "122 37 

on dogs, Sec. 28 12 

placing in wrong classification, " 119 37 

statement furnished to marshal, " 120 37 

tags, clerk to provide, "30 12 

LIGHTS, upon bicycles, Sub. 8 8 

in halls and stairways of lodging houses, "13 21 

upon obstructions in street, "4 8 

upon vehicles, "5 8 

LIQUOR, (See Ordinances 480, 495, 517, 553, 559 and 564.) 

LODGING HOUSE, keeping register in, Sub. 13 20 

lights in hallways of, "13 20 

LOT, selling of, without map. " 24 18 

LOTTERY, keeping and visiting "4 19 

LUMBER, keeping of in fire limits, " 4 15 

LUNCHES, selling on street, " 12 9 

M 

MANURE, keeping of, Sec. 73 27 

removal of, "74 27 

MAPS, filing of, Sub. 24 18 

acceptance of, Sec. 151 42 

regulations, " 152 42 

MARES, service of, Sub. 6 12 

MARSHAL, bond of "23 

abating nuisances, Sec. 114 35 

destroying obscene pictures, "54 23 

destroying gambling devices, " 146 41 

inspecting secondhand goods, Sub. 21 17 
permit from, for 

begging on street, "1 19 

carrying weapons, " 7-9 15-16 

soliciting alms from house, "1 19 

street meetings, "10 9 

street music, " 11 9 

report to clerk business for license, Sec. 122 37 

report names school children, when, " 147 41 

requiring affidavit business license, " 120 37 

rules for police department, " 148 41 

settlement with clerk, "123 39 

unlawful plays, when prohibited by, "56 24 

MEATS, decayed, selling of, " 72-100 27-32 

inspection and destruction of, " 99 32 

MEDICINES, distributing samples, Sub. 14 21 



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MEETINGS, trustees Sub. 4 3 

on street, "11 9 

MILK, (See regulation concerning, Chapter IX.) 28 

permit to sell, Sec. 80 29 

purity of, "81 29 

selling without permit, "89 30 

selling where contagion exists, "90 30 

MINORS, on street, Sub. 6 20 

buying secondhand goods, "11 20 

not allowed, billiard halls, "7 20 

selling tobacco to, "17 17 

MISDEMEANOR, unlawful acts are, Sec. 139 40 

immunity from, " 143 41 

penalty for, " 140 41 

MONEY, received by officials, " 139 40 

MOTORCYCLES, (See vehicles.) 

MOVING PICTURES, permit for, "49 22 

character of, on Sundays, "55 23 

free access by Censor officer, "52 23 

indecent plays prohibited, "53 23 

marshal to prohibit, when, "56 24 

permit for, issued by clerk, "50 22 

revocation of, when, "51 22 

MUSIC, playing on streets, Sub. 10 9 

MUZZLING DOGS, Sec. 34 13 

N 

NOTICE OF election, Sec. 7 4 

street work, " 17 5 

impounding, "42 14 

NUISANCES, abatement of, Sub. 17 " 114 21-35 

failure to abate, "116 35 

health board to determine existence, " 115 35 

in parks, Sub. 15 21 

what constitutes, Sub. 17 Sec. 114 21-35 

when declared to be by health board, " 114 35 

NUMBERING BUILDINGS, " 16 5 



OBSTRUCTING street or sidewalk, Sub. 2 8 

ditches, "3 8 

OBSTRUCTIONS, lights upon, "4 8 

OFFICIAL SEAL, " 1 3 

bond, 2 3 

salary, "3 3 

OIL on streets, " 13 9 

ORDINANCE, invalidity of, Sec. 153 42 

repealed, " 156 43 



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P 

PARKS, loitering in, after midnight Sub. 15 21 

nuisance in, committing " 15 21 
regulations for, (See Ordinance 546.) 

PERMIT FOR, 

barbed wire fences, building of, "22 10 

begging on street, "1 19 

bees, keeping of, " 20 17 

billiard hall, pool room, etc., "22 17 
buildings, erection of, (See Ordinance 430.) 

moving of, "17 10 

carrying weapons, "9 16 

carrying firearms, "7 15 

cows and horses, keeping of, " 4 11 

cutting trees, "25 11 

dirt, removal of, from street, "1 7 

ditches, obstruction of, 3 8 

fires, building of in fire limits, "5 15 

fires, building of on street, "1 8 

firearms, carrying of, "9 16 

firearms, shooting of, "7 15 

fireworks, display of, "16 17 

hay, keeping of in fire limits, "3 15 

hospitals, keeping of, "27 19 

hydrant, city, opening of, "12 20 

lunches, sale of, on street, " 12 9 

merchandise, sale of, on street, "12 9 

milk, sale of, Sec. 80 29 

moving pictures, display of, " 49 

music, playing on street, Sub. 10 9 

poles, erection of, on streets, Sec. 127 38 

revocation of, when, "50 22 

signs, electric, Sub. 15 10 

sign banners, across street, "15 10 

Smiley park, use of, "20 10 

slaughtering animals, Sec. 25 27 

street meetings, Sub. 11 9 

street, obstructions, "2 8 

street, work upon, Sec. 17 " 1 5-8 

trees, planting of Sec. 126 38 

trees, trimming of, Sub. 25 " 127 11-38 

trustees, may delegate, when, " 154 42 

PETROLEUM, keeping in fire limits, Sub. 1 15 

on streets, "13 9 

PEST HOUSES, location of, Sec. 97 32 

PICTURES, (See moving pictures.) 

posting obscene, "54 23 

PHYSICIANS, reporting contagious cases, " 113 35 

PIGS, keeping of. Sub. 4 11 

PLANTS, cutting of, " 19 17 



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PLAYS, unlawful Sec. 56 24 

PLUMBING, (See Ordinances 430, 437, 463, 487.) 

POLES, signs on, Sub. 15 9 

removal of, (See Ordinances 557, 567.) 

POLICE OFFICERS, resisting of, Sec. 101 33 

POOL ROOMS, keeping of, Sub. 22 17 

minors not allowed in, "7 20 

POWDER, keeping of, " 2 15 

POUNDMASTER, duties of, Sec. 40-41 14 

PRECINCTS, voting "6 4 

PREMISES, keeping of, in clean condition, "71 27 

PRIVY, carrying contents of, "65 26 

cleaning of, "70 27 

maintaining, "68 26 

sewer connections with, "69 26 

PROFANE LANGUAGE, use of, Sub. 2 19 

PROSTITUTION, visiting place of, "3 19 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS, exits for, " 14 16 

obstructing aisles in, "15 17 

PUBLIC PROPERTY, injury to, " 10 20 

PUSHMOBILES, on sidewalks, "9 8 

Q 

QUARRELING, upon streets, Sub. 2 19 
QUARANTINE, horticultural, (See Ordinance 519.) 

R 

RABBITS, keeping of, Sub. 4 11 

RAILROAD TRACKS, Sec. 20 6 

REGISTER, hotel, rooming house, Sub. 13 20 

REMOVAL of buildings, " 17 10 

REMOVAL of wires on streets, "25 18 
REVENUE, (See Ordinance 430.) 

ROOMING HOUSE, keeping register, "13 20 

lights burning in, when, " 13 20 

RUBBISH, meaning of, Sec. 57 24 

accumulation of, prohibited, "71 27 

keeping of, "60 25 

on streets, in drains and ditches, "66 26 

removal of, "61 25 

S 

SALARIES, of City Officials, Sec. 3 3 

SANITARY REGULATIONS, (See Health Regulations.) 31 

SEAL, of City of Redlands, Sec. 1 3 
SEARCH WARRANT,(See Ordinance 480.) 

SECOND HAND GOODS, keeping record of, Sub. 21 17 

buying and selling, " 21 17 



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buying from minors, Sub. 11 20 

SEWERS, Inspector, (See Plumbing, Ordinance 430.) 

placing solid matter in, Sec. 66 26 

SHOOTING, of firearms, Sub. 7 15 

galleries, license of, " 4 36 

SIDEWALK, width of, Sec. 15 5 

awnings over, Sub. 16 10 

collecting in crowds on, "2 19 

construction of, "21 10 

grade of, Sec. 13 5 

irrigating water on, Sub. 7 8 

obstructing, "2 8 

riding or driving on, "9 8 

signs on, "15 9 

storm or rain water from buildings on, 7 8 

trees, branches of, hanging over, "24 11 

SIGNS, electric and others, " 15 9 

SKATING RINK, keeping of, " 22 17 

SLAUGHTERING, animals, (See Animals.) 

SMILEY PARK, freighting in, " 20 10 

SMOKE and SOOT, " 12 16 

SPEED of, street cars, "18 10 

motor vehicles, "19 10 

reckless driving, "3 11 

SPIRITALIST, license of, " 2 35 

STREETS, 

advertising business on, "15 9 

animals upon, " 2 11 

awning upon, " 16 10 

automobile, speed on, "18 10 

begging on, 1 19 

bicycles, coasting on, " 8 

bicycles, lights on, "8 8 

buildings, removal of on, "17 10 

carrying oil on, " 13 9 

carrying garbage on, Sec. 65 26 

cars, carrying freight on, Sub. 26 18 

collecting in crowds on, "2 19 

closed, using of, Sec. 23 6 

closing of, temporary, 6 

curbs, gutters and sidewalks on, Sub. 21 10 

curbs, etc., grade on, Sec. 12-13 5 

cutting trees upon, Sub. 25 11 

deposit for, work and refunding, Sec. 17-19 5-6 

dirt, removal of from, Sub. 1 7 

excavations in, " 17-1 5-7 

extracting teeth on, "12 9 

fast driving on, 3 11 

freighting on certain, "20 10 

fire, building on, "1 7 



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garbage, carrying of on, Sec. 65 26 

grade of, " 14 5 
grade, where established, (See Clerk's File Box 87, No. 221.) 

labor upon, of prisoners, Sec. 142 41 

lights upon obstructions in, Sub. 4 8 

merchandise, etc,, sale of on, " 12 9 

minors on, " 6 20 

meetings on, " 11 9 

music, playing of on, "10 9 

notice of work on, Sec. 17 5 

numbering buildings on, ""16" 5 

obstructions on, Sub. 2 8 

oil on, "13 9 
permits relating to, (See Permits.) 

railroad tracks on, kept at grade, Sec. 20 6 

repair of, "18 6 

rubbish on, "66 26 

signs on, Sub. 15 9 

speaking on, " 11 9 

stands for wagons on, "14 9 
trees on, (See Trees.) 

weeds on, Sec. 24 7 

work on, Sub. 1 7 

working on, by prisoners. Sec. 142 41 

STREET CARS, speed of, Sub. 18 10 

hanging to, " 18 21 

STREET SUPERINTENDENT, 

closing street by, Sec. 22 6 

deposit with, when, "17 5 
permit, when issued by, (See Permit.) 

weeds, notice to remove by, "21 7 

SUNDAY SHOWS and PLAYS, " 55 23 

SWEARING, Sub. 2 19 

T 

TAXATION, (See Ordinance 430.) 
TAXES, property, (See Ordinance 430.) 
TENTS, (See Ordinance 430.) 

TERRACE AVENUE, freighting on, Sub. 20 10 

TELEPHONE WIRES, removal from buildings, "25 18 

TOBACCO, selling to minors, "17 17 

TOY CANNON, CANES, PISTOLS, "16 17 

TREASURER, salary and bond of, Sec. 2-3 3 

TREE COMMISSION, appointment of, " 124 38 

authority of, " 125 38 

planting trees by, " 126 38 

TREE WARDEN, appointment of, " 124 38 

permit from, to, " 126-127 38 

TREES, injury to, cutting and trimming of, Sec. 127 Sub. 24 38-11 



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TRUSTEES, meeting place of. Sec. 4 3 

permit from, (See Permit.) 

time of meeting " 5 3 

TUBERCULOSIS, (See Health and Sanitary Regulations.) 31 

TUBERCULOSIS, landlords when to report, Sec. 102-104 33 

TUBERCULIN TEST, " 82 29 

U 

UNLAWFUL ACTS, misdemeanor, " 139 40 



VEGETABLES, decayed, selling of, Sec. 72 27 

VEHICLES, hanging to, Sub. 18 21 

lights upon, "5 8 

near hydrants", "6 8 

on sidewalks, "9 8 

speed of, "19 10 

stands for, "14 9 

VETERINARIAN, appointment of. Sec. 88 30 

certificate of health from, "82 29 

notice to, when, " 83 30 

report to health officer, when, "84 30 

W 

WAGONS, stands for, Sub. 14 9 

WATER, irrigating and rain, "7 8 

WASTE MATTER, meaning of, Sec. 57 24 

keeping of, " 60 25 

removal of, "61 25 

WARRANTS, city, " 132-136 39-40 

WEAPONS, carrying of, Sub. 9 15 

WEEDS, removal of, Sec. 24 7 

failure to remove, "25 7 

permitting growth of on street, Sub. 23 10 

WIRES, removal of from buildings, "25 18 

WORDS, meaning of certain, " 142 42 

application of certain, " 150 42 



YARD, keeping of. clean, Sec. 71 27 



ORDINANCE NO 580. 

OF THE 

City of Redlands 

State of California. 



AN ORDINANCE REVISING AND CODIFYING THE ORDINANCES 
OF THE CITY OF REDLANDS. 

The Board of Trustees of the City of Redlands do ordain as follows: 

CHAPTER I. -CITY OFFICIALS. 
Sec. 1. Official Seal. 

2. Official Bond. 

3. Salary of Officials. 

4. Meetings of Trustees. 

5. Time of Meeting. 

Sec. 1. Official Seal. The seal heretofore used by and for the City 
of Redlands (the inscription on which, in the center thereof, is "Incor- 
porated 1888", and around the outer edge of said seal ",City of Redlands, 
California,") shall be and is hereby declared to have been and now to be 
the seal of the said City of Redlands. 

Sec. 2. Official Bond. The Clerk, Treasurer and Marshal of the 
City of Redlands, shall, each, before entering upon the duties of their 
respective offices, execute to said City a bond, conditioned for the faith- 
ful performance of his duties, in the following penal sums, respectively, 
to wit: 

The Clerk, in the penal sum of one thousand dollars. 

The Treasurer, in the penal sum of fifty thousand dollars, 
provided such sum may, by resolution of said board, be reduced to an 
amount not less than ten thousand dollars. 

The Marshal, in the penal sum of ten thousand dollars until 
otherwise fixed by resolution of the Board of Trustees. 

Sec. 3. Salary of Officials. The compensation of said Clerk shall 
be one hundred and fifty dollars per month; of said Marshal one hundred 
twenty-five dollars per month; of said Treasurer one hundred dollars per 
month; of City Recorder, twenty-five dollars per month, each payable 
monthly, and all other officers of said city such sums as have heretofore 
or as may hereafter be fixed, from time to time, by resolution of said 
board. 

Sec. 4. Meetings of Trustees. The place for holding the meetings 
of the Board of Trustees shall be at such place as may be fixed therefor 
by said Board by resolution. 

Sec. 5. Time of Meeting. The times for holding the regular 
meetings of said Board shall be the first and third Wednesday in each 
month, at the hour of two o'clock p. m. on said days. 



4 ORDINANCES OF 

CH ^PTER II.-ELECTIGNS 

Sec. 6. Precincts. 

7. Notice of Elections. 

8. Election Board. 

9. Canvass of Returns. 

10. Record of Result. 

Sec. 6. Precindls. The City of Redlands, for the purpose of the 
election of officers thereof and for any purpose for which an election may 
lawfully be held by said city, is hereby divided into twenty municipal el- 
ection precincts, as defined and described in Ordinance No. 577 of said 
city. 

Sec. 7. Notice of Election. Prior to any municipal election held in 
said city, the Board of Trustees shall give or cause to be given notice 
thereof by publication specifying the day of election, the offices to be 
filled, any proposition to be voted upon, and the polling places for each 
election precinct. 

Sec. 8. Election Board. Any person failing or refusing to serve 
upon a Board of Election after reasonable notification of appointment 
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor unless the person so appointed 
shall furnish a substitute, and notify the City Clerk thereof at least 
twenty-four hours before the day of election, or shall be prevented from 
serving on account of sickness or absence from the city. 

Sec. 9. Canvass of Returns. The Board of Trustees of the City 
shall proceed, at the time of the next regular meeting of the Board after 
such election, to canvass the returns thereof, and shall declare the re- 
sult; but if all the returns have not been received, the canvass shall be 
postponed until the time of the next session of the Board. 

Sec. 10. Record of Result. The Clerk of the City, when the re- 
sult of the election is declared, shall enter, in the record of the Board of 
Trustees, a statement of such result. This statement shall show the 
whole number of votes cast; the names of the persons voted for; the is- 
sues voted upon; the office to fill which each candidate was voted for; the 
number of votes given at each precinct to each one of such persons, the 
number of votes for and against each one of such propositions; the number 
of votes given in the City to each one of such persons and the number of 
votes for and against each one of such propositions. Said Clerk shall 
make and deliver to each person, so elected, a certificate of election, 
signed by him and authenticated by the seal of the City. 

CHAPTER III 
STREETS AND PROVISIONS RELATING TO SAME 

Sec. 11. Datum Plane. 

12. Grade of Curbs. 

13. Grade of Sidewalks. 

14. Grade Fixed by Resolution. 

15. Width of Sidewalks. 

16. Numbering Buildings. 

17. Notice of Street Work and Deposit. 

18. Repair of Street. 



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19. Refunding Deposit. 

20. Railroad Tracks. 

21. Penalty. 

22. Temporary Closing of Streets. 

23. Using Closed Street. 

24. Removal of Weeds. 

25. Failure to Remove Weeds. 

26. Penal Provision Relating to Streets. 

Sec. 11. Datum Plane. That for the purpose of establishing and 
designating the official grades of the streets, alleys, avenues, public pla- 
ces, sewers, and other grades in the City of Redlands, sea level is hereby 
declared to be the datum plane of said City, and as a permanent bench 
mark within said City, whose altitude above sea level has been ascertained, 
the east end of the top of the iron sill in the door way of the Redlands 
National Bank Building, located on the northeast corner of Orange and 
State Streets, in said City, is hereby adopted and designated as a perma- 
nent bench mark within said City of Redlands, and the elevation of said 
sill and bench mark is 1,356.175 feet above said datum plane. 

Sec. 12. Grade of Curbs. The grade of all curbs, unless otherwise 
fixed is hereby established so that the top of such curb shall be ten inches 
above the official grade of the gutter line next adjoining the curb. 

Sec. 13. Grade of Sidewalks. The grade of all sidewalks in said 
City unless otherwise fixed, is hereby established so that if continued to 
the curb line on the same slope it will be "even with the top of the curb. 
The slope shall be towards the curb at the rate of one-quarter of an inch 
to a foot. 

Sec. 14. Grade Fixed by Resolution. The official grade of all streets, 
avenues, alleys, sidewalks, curbs and gutters may be established by re- 
solution of the Board of Trustees or by ordinance at the option of such 
Board. 

Sec. 15. Width of Sidewalks. There is hereby set apart, upon each 
side of all streets and avenues in the City of Redlands for sidewalk and 
parking purposes the portions thereof already or hereafter designated or 
set apart therefor by resolution of the Board of Trustees. 

Sec. 16. Numbering Buildings. All buildings, fronting upon any 
street or avenue in the City, shall be numbered in accordance with the 
system for numbering buildings heretofore adopted by said Board by 
resolution, or in such manner as it may hereafter adopt therefor. 

Sec. 17. Notice of Street Work and Indemnity Deposit. Any 
person making any excavation in any street, whether under permit or 
otherwise, shall, before beginning such excavation, notify the Street 
Superintendent of the place where and the time when such excavation is 
to be mada, and such excavation and the refilling thereof shall be made 
under his direction; and as a regulation for damages and indemnity for 
damages, such person, before making such excavation, shall deposit with 
said Street Superintendent, a sum of money equal to seventy-five cents 
for each square foot of surface to be excavated on paved streets; twenty- 
five cents on macadamized or petrolithic streets; and fifteen cents on all 
other streets. 



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Sec. 18. Repair of Street. It shall be the duty of any person mak- 
ing any excavation to promptly restore the portion of such street where 
such excavation has been made to as good condition as it existed before 
the same was made, as far as practicable, and to keep the same in such 
condition for at least six months thereafter, reasonable wear thereof 
excepted, refilling such excavation during such time, whenever and 
wherever it may sink or settle below the surface of the street adjoining 
such excavation and without notice so to do from said street superintend- 
ent. 

Sec. 19. Refunding Deposit The money so deposited with said 
street superintendent shall be retained by him until such excavation shall 
be refilled, and the street surface restored as provided in the foregoing 
section; and when so restored one-half of such deposit shall be returned 
and the other half shall be retained for a period of six months after the 
completion of said excavation and at the expiration of such time shall be 
returned to the person so depositing the same; provided, that said street 
Superintendent may use any part or all of such deposit in restoring 
and in maintaining, at reasonable cost, the excavated portion of such 
street, as required by the foregoing section, whenever the person making 
such excavation fails or neglects to comply with the requirements of said 
section. 

Sec. 20. Railroad Tracks. Any person or corporation having rail- 
road tracks on any street or avenue in said city shall keep and maintain 
its roadbed at or upon the official grade of such street or avenue, and keep 
and maintain such roadbed in good order and condition and in good repair, 
and the surface thereof free from any accumulation of loose rocks there- 
on, from the roadbed thereof, and such roadbed shall be kept and main- 
tained level with the top of the rails of such track and flush with the 
sides of the rails as nearly as practicable, and free from small hummocks 
or ridges projecting either above or below the top of such rails. 

Sec. 21. Penalty. Any person or corporation mentioned in the fore- 
going section, or any person having the management or control of such 
company or corporation, or of such tracks, or having the charge, care, 
maintenance or supervision thereof, who shall fail, neglect or refuse to 
comply with the provisions or requirements of the foregoing section shall 
be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. 

Sec. 22. Temporary Closing of Street. Whenever any public work 
is being done upon any street in the City of Redlands, the Street Super- 
intendent of said city may order the temporary closing of such street or 
any part thereof to public travel, including any street intersections upon 
the street where said work is being done. 

Sec. 23. Using Closed Street. Whenever any street or street in- 
tersection shall be temporarily closed, by order of the Street Superin- 
tendent or Board of Trustees, there shall be placed at both ends of such 
street, and street intersections, a rope or barrier together with a notice 
that such street is closed, and thereafter any" person who shall drive any 
horse or vehicle upon any portion of said street so closed until the same 
shall be opened again to public travel, or who shall remove or take down 
such rope or barrier without the consent of the Street Superintendent or 
the contractor performing work thereupon, shall be deemed guilty of a 
misdemeanor. 



CITY OF REDLANDS 7 

Sec. 24. Removal of Weeds The Board of Trustees may, by res- 
olution, require all persons owning property in said city, or in any por- 
tion thereof, to remove all weeds and vegetation, other than ornamenta* 
growth, being or growing upon that portion of the street lying between 
the curb line and the property line of such owner, or growing in the gut" 
ter-way in front of such property, or upon such property, and to trim 
the branches and foliage of any tree, plant, hedge or bush so as to pre- 
vent a violation of the provisions of Subdivision 5 of Section 28 of this 
Ordinance; and notice so to do shall be given by the Street Superinten- 
dent to such property owners whenever directed by said Board, and such 
notice shall be given by publication in a newspaper of general circulation 
in said city by at least five days' publication thereof; and shall state the 
time within which the same shall be done. 

Sec. 25. Failure to Remove Weeds. If any such property owner 
shall fail or neglect to remove such weeds or vegetation, or cause such 
trimming to be done, for a period of five days after the time specified in 
such notice, then it shall become the duty of the Street Superintendent 
to do such work, and the cost and expense thereof, shall be a charge 
against such owner, and a lien upon such property, and the amount there- 
of shall be reported to the assessor who shall add the same to the amount 
of the city taxes against said property. 

Sec. 26. Penal Provisions Relating to Streets and Sidewalks. 

Subdivision: 

1. Excavation in, work or building fires upon Streets 

2. Obstructing Streets and Sidewalks. 

3. Obstructions Across Ditches and Gutters. 

4. Placing Lights upon Street Obstructions. 

5. Vehicles upon Streets to be Lighted. 

6. Vehicles not to be left near Hydrants. 

7. Irrigating and Storm Water on Sidewalks. 

8. Coasting and Riding Bicycles upon Streets. 

9. Sidewalks, Riding or Driving upon. 

10. Playing Music upon Streets. 

11. Public Meetings upon Streets. 

12. Sale of Lunches and Merchandise on Streets. 

13. Oil on Streets. 

14. Stands for Wagons. 

15. Signs. 

16. Awnings. 

17. Removal of Buildings. 

18. Speed of Street Cars. 

19. Speed of Motor and other Vehicles. 

20. Freighting on Terrace Ave., Smiley Park. 

21. Construction of Gutters, Curbs, Sidewalks. 

22. Barbed Wire Fences. 

23. Removal of Weeds. 

24. Trimming of Trees. 

25. Cutting Trees. 

IT SHALL BE UNLAWFUL FOR ANY PERSON WITHIN SAID 
CITY: 

1. Excavation in, work or building fires upon Streets. To make 



8 ORDINANCES OF 

any excavation in, or do any work upon, or remove or carry away any 
dirt from, or burn anything upon any street in said City, without first 
obtaining a permit so to do from the Street Superintendent. 

2. Obstructing Streets and Sidewalks. To obstruct the free pass- 
age or use of any portion of the roadway of any street or of any sidewalk, 
without first obtaining a permit so to do from the Street Superintendent; 
provided that nothing herein contained shall be deemed to prevent the 
obstruction of one-half of the width of any sidewalk, not exceeding two 
hours in any one day for the receipt and delivery of merchandise, nor to 
prevent any steam engine or cars from stopping or remaining upon any 
street for a period not exceeding three consecutive minutes. 

3. Obstructions Across Ditches and Gutters. To construct or 
maintain any dam or obstruction in or across any public waste water or 
storm water ditch or gutter in said City, or to construct or maintain over 
or across any such ditch or gutter any bridge, crossing or covering with- 
out permission first obtained from the Board of Trustees. 

4. Placing Lights upon Street Obstructions. To permit any ex- 
cavation or obstruction to exist in or upon any street or sidewalk, during 
the night time, without providing or maintaining thereon a sufficient 
number of lights to afford adequate protection to the public against injury 
by reason of such excavation or obstruction. 

5. Vehicles on Streets to be Lighted. To drive or propel any ve- 
hicle in the night time upon any street within said City without having 
a lighted lamp thereon, and so affixed thereto or exposed that such light 
may be readily seen for a reasonable distance by one approaching such 
vehicle in either direction. 

6. Vehicles not to be left near Hydrants. To permit any vehicle 
under his charge or control to stand or remain upon any public street in 
said City within five feet of any public hydrant. 

7. Irrigating and Storm Water on Sidewalks. To allow or permit 
any irrigating water (except from lawns) or storm water drained from 
buildings to run upon or over the surface of any sidewalk in said City, or 
upon or into the road-way of any street therein, except the gutters 
thereof. 

8. Coasting and Riding Bicycles upon Streets. To coast upon any 
street with a bicycle or motorcycle without having, at all times, both 
feet upon the pedals of such bicycle or motorcycle, and at least one hand 
of the rider upon the handle bars thereof, or to ride such bicycle upon 
any street at a reckless or careless rate of speed, or in the night time 
without a light so that such bicycle or the light thereon or the reflection 
thereof may be readily seen by one approaching such bicycle in either 
direction. 

9. Sidewalks, Riding or Driving upon. To propel a bicycle, motor- 
cycle, automobile, or any vehicle other than invalid chairs, baby carriages, 
and small vehicles under four feet in length, commonly used by children 
in their sports; or to ride, drive or lead any horse, cow or animal of burden 
upon any sidewalk, or permit such animal to stand thereon, except when 
necessary to cross such sidewalk; or to permit any minor child under his 
or her custody or control to ride any coaster or pushmobile exceeding four 
feet in length upon any sidewalk, or to coast past any pedestrian thereon. 



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10. Playing Music on Streets. To beafany drum or any sounding 
instrument or blow any horn, bugle or play any musical instrument or 
ring any bell in or upon any travelled street without a permit so to do, 
first had and obtained from the Marshal. 

11. Public Meetings upon Streets. To engage in, hold or conduct 
any public meeting for the purpose of lecturing, preaching, praying, ex- 
horting or singing upon any street, or for any other purpose, without a 
permit so to do first had and obtained from the Marshal. 

12. Sale of Lunches and Merchandise on Streets. To sell or keep 
for sale on the streets of said city any tomales, lunches, meals, drinks, 
pop-corn, peanuts or any food, medicines, herbs, wares or merchandise, 
except vegetables, fruits and nuts, or to extract or fill teeth upon any 
street, or by public statement or declaration to advertise any business 
or profession upon any street, without a permit so to do first obtained 
from the Trustees. 

13. Oil on Streets. To place, or cause or permit to be placed or 
discharged, any oil, petroleum, naptha, liquid asphaltum or other kindred 
substances, or water mixed with any such substances into any public 
sewer of the city, or in or upon any paved street or cement sidewalk in 
said city, or upon any private property, so that the same will run into or 
upon any such street or sidewalk, or to drive or permit or allow to be 
driven, run or propelled any wagon, automobile, or other vehicle or ma- 
chine containing or carrying, in bulk or otherwise, any such substance, 
upon any of the paved streets of said city, unless the same shall be placed 
in some receptacle which shall prevent the same from leaking or dripping 
upon said street; or the wagon, automobile, or other vehicle or machine 
containing or carrying any such substance shall have a drip pan or other 
receptacle so constructed and used as to prevent such substance, or the 
drippings thereof, from falling upon said paved streets. 

14. Stands for Wagons. To allow any wagon or vehicle for hire to 
stand upon any street for any consecutive period exceeding five minutes, 
except when actually engaged in loading or unloading or actually waiting 
for a load for immediate transportation; provided such wagon or vehicle 
may stand upon any street when the front and back wheel nearest the 
curb line shall be not more than two feet therefrom, and shall stand with- 
in not less than fifty feet of any other such wagon or vehicle; and provid- 
ed that the same shall not stand in front of the place of business of any 
person doing business in said city after notice by such person to discon- 
tinue such stand. 

Fifteen minutes before the arrival or departure of any passenger 
train, such wagon or vehicle may stand on the west side of Orange Street 
within one hundred feet on either side of the Santa Fe or Southern Pacific 
railroad tracks. 

15. Signs. To erect or maintain any sign or sign device over or 
upon any street or sidewalk, or to paint, paste, or in any way affix any 
sign poster or notice of advertisement upon any street, sidewalk, public 
property or private property, without the consent of the owner thereof, 
or upon any poles or wires of any public utility corporation or to throw or 
place the same upon any street, provided that signs may be attached to 



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buildings when placed at d height of not less than twelve feet above the 
sidewalk and extending less than twenty inches beyond the surface of 
such building, and provided that electric signs may be maintained at such 
height over any sidewalk, and banner signs temporarily stretched across 
streets upon first obtaining a permit so to do from and conforming to the 
requirements of the Trustees. 

16. Awnings. To erect or maintain over any sidewalk any awning, 
any part of which is less than six and one-half feet above the sidewalk. 

17. Removal of Buildings. To move any building or structure 
upon any street without a permit first obtained therefor from the Trus- 
tees, and then only in accordance with the terms of such permit. 

18. Speed of Street Cars. To propel or permit to be propelled any 
street car at a greater rate of speed than is reasonable, having regard 
to the traffic upon the street, and in no event greater than twenty miles 
per hour upon Orange or Cajon Streets from the railroad track of the 
Southern Pacific Railroad Company to Olive Avenue, or upon East or 
West Citrus Avenue from Grant Street to Sixth Street, or in any other 
part of the city at a rate exceeding thirty miles an hour; or at all unless 
such car be equipped, at both ends thereof, with a good and substantial 
fender in such a manner as to protect persons, falling in front of such 
car, from coming in contact with the wheels thereof. 

19. Speed of Motor and other Vehicles. To operate any motor 
vehicle or any other kind of vehicle upon any street or avenue in said city 
at a greater rate of speed than twelve miles per hour at any place between 
any section of any such street or avenue now or hereafter marked at both 
ends of such section by a sign placed conspicuously on such street or ave- 
nue near the curb line thereof, having thereon the words "Slow down to 
12 miles per hour" or words of similar import, or to operate any such ve- 
hicle within said city outside of such section at a greater rate of speed 
than twenty miles per hour. 

20. Freighting on Terrace Ave., Smiley Park. To use the road- 
way of Terrace Avenue for freighting purposes or hauling of heavily 
loaded wagons thereon; or to use the roadway of Smiley Park for driving 
vehicles thereon containing articles of commerce, or to ride or propel any 
motorcycle in said Park, without a permit so to do, first obtained from 
the Trustees; provided that the roadway of Smiley Park entering upon 
Olive Avenue may be so used to connect with Parkwood Drive. 

21. Construction of Gutters, Curbs, Sidewalks. To construct any 
gutter, curb or sidewalk 'upon any street, except upon the lines and grades 
furnished by the City Engineer and according to specifications for such 
work on file in his office, or to begin any work thereon without first noti- 
fying the Street Superintendent of the time when, and the place where, 
such work will be begun. 

22. Barbed Wire Fences. To construct or maintain any barbed 
wire fences or thorn bearing hedge along the line of any street in said 
city, without first obtaining a permit so to do from the Trustees. 

23. Removal of weeds. To permit weeds or vegetation to accu- 
mulate or remain upon that portion of any paved, macadamized, petro- 
lithic or oiled street between the curb line and the property line of prop- 



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erty owned or controlled by such person, or in the gutter way thereof 
after notice is given to remove the same, as provided in Section 24 hereof. 

24. Trimming Trees. To permit the branches or foliage of any 
tree, plant, hedge or brush to obstruct the free passage of vehicles in 
the roadway of any street, or of pedestrians upon the sidewalk portion 
thereof, or to hang over such portion of sidewalk within seven feet of 
the surface thereof. 

25. Cutting Trees. To cut or permit the cutting of any tree or 
the roots or branches thereof being or growing upon any street in said 
city, or to in any manner injure or impair the growth or life thereof, 
without first obtaining a permit so to do from the Board of Trustees or 
the Tree Warden, or Tree Commissioner; provided that nothing herein 
shall prevent the proper trimming of trees as provided in Subdivision 
24 hereof. 

CHAPTER IV ANIMALS 
Sec. 27. Penal Provisions Relating to Animals. 

SUBDIVISION: 

1. Cattle Running at Large. 

2. Leaving Untied. 

3. Fast Driving. 

4. Keeping Cows and Pigs. 

5. Fowls or Dogs at Large. 

6. Service of Mares or Cows. 

7. Animals Standing Near Car Tracks. 

IT SHALL BE UNLAWFUL FOR ANY PERSON WITHIN SAID 
CITY: 

1. Cattle Running at Large. To permit any Cattle to run at 
large in said city. 

2. Leaving Unfastened or Tying to Hydrants or Trees. To leave 
any horse or other riding or driving animal unattended upon any street 
without securely fastening the same, or to tie or fasten any such animal 
or any live stock to any public hydrant in said city, or within five feet 
thereof, or to any tree, bush or shrub growing upon any street, or to be 
so tied, or to stand upon any street so that any such animal can injure 
any such tree, bush or shrub, or graze upon such street. 

3. Fast Driving. To ride or drive any horse upon any street at a 
furious, immoderate or reckless speed, or in a careless or reckless 
manner. 

4. Keeping of Cows, Horses and other Animals. To keep or 
permit to be kept within said city any cows or pigs, or more than two 
(2) horses, or more than twelve (12) rabbits or Belgian Hares, without 
first obtaining a permit so to do from the Board of Trustees of said city; 
or to keep or permit to be kept any horses, mules, donkeys, sheep or 
goats within fifty (50) feet, or more than two (2) such animals within 
one hundred (100) feet of any occupied dwelling house within said city 
other than that occupied by the owner of such animals, without first ob- 
taining such permit; or to keep, or permit to be kept, any fowls, pig- 



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eons, doves, squabs, rabbits or Belgian Hares within twenty-five (25) 
feet of any such dwelling house, other than that occupied by the owner 
of such fowls, birds or animals, without first obtaining such permit. 

5. Fowls or Dogs at Large. To permit any fowls or dogs of 
which he is the owner, or over which he has control, to run or go upon 
the premises of any other person, after notice from the owner or occu- 
pant of said premises to keep the same off of such property, or to 
allow any fierce dog to run at large. 

6. Service of Mares or Cows. To permit service to any mare or 
cow without providing an inclosure so arranged as to entirely obstruct 
the view thereof from all persons outside of such inclosure, or to per- 
mit such service within two hundred (200) feet of the private residence 
of any person, provided that such service may be made upon private 
premises without such inclosure when not exposed to public view or to 

.the view of others residing upon the property in the neighborhood of the 
place where such service is permited. 

7. Animals Near Car Tracks. To permit or allow any animal, or 
any part thereof to stand for a period of more than five consecutive min- 
utes within ten feet of either rail of any street railway track. 

Sec. 28. Dog License. An annual license tax of $2.00 is hereby 
imposed upon every male dog and $4.00 upon every female dog now in, 
or that may hereafter be brought into or raised in the city of Redlands, 
and such tax shall become due and payable at the respective times now 
or hereafter fixed for the payment and delinquency of City taxes. And 
such tax paid after delinquency shall include one dollar delinquent fees. 

Sec. 29. Keeping Dogs Without License Tag It is hereby de- 
clared unlawful for any person keeping, owning, having charge, care or 
control of any dog, to have or keep the same within said city unless 
there shall be attached to such dog a collar on which there shall be a met- 
al tag obtained from the Marshal of said city as hereinafter provided. 

Sec. 30. City Clerk to Provide Receipts and Tags. On or before 
the first day in September of each year the City Clerk shall procure a 
sufficient number of blank license receipts for that year and shall number, 
sign and deliver the same to the Marshal, including a sufficient number 
of metallic tags for use in such year, of convenient size, and having 
stamped thereon the year of their issuance, and so made as to be attach- 
able to the collar of a dog; and the shape and size of such tag shall be 
different each year, and the City Clerk shall take the receipt of the 
Marshal for such license receipts and tags so delivered to him and charge 
him therewith. 

Sec. 31. Collecting Dog License. It shall be the duty of the Mar- 
shal to collect said tax each year prior to its delinquency from the person 
owning or having charge of such dog, and upon payment thereof he shall 
issue to the person paying such tax one of the receipts and one of the 
tags provided for in Section 30 hereof, keeping a record of the number 
of the tag, name of the person to whom issued, and the date of issuance. 
Such tax shall be payable and delinquent at the time now or hereafter 
provided for the payment and delinquencies of City Taxes. 

Sec. 32. Counterfeiting Tags. It is hereby declared unlawful for 



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any person to imitate or counterfeit said tag or use an imitation or 
counterfeit of said tag upon any dog in said city, or to remove or take 
off any tag upon any dog kept or owned by, or in the charge, care or 
control of another person without the consent of such person, or having 
obtained a tag for one dog, to place, permit or allow such tag to be put 
upon another dog. 

Sec. 33. Appointment of Dog Catcher. The Marshal is hereby 
given the right, from time to time as occasion may require, to appoint a 
Dog Catcher to aid him in carrying out the provisions of this ordinance, 
whose compensation shall be the fees hereinafter provided for unless 
otherwise provided by resolution of the Board of Trustees of said city. 

Sec. 34. Muzzling Dogs. Whenever the Board of Trustees of the 
City of Redlands shall deem it necessary, on account of the prevalence 
of rabies, or for other sanitary purposes, it may make an order, by res- 
olution, prohibiting for a time to be fixed therein, all dogs from running 
at large upon any street in said city, unless such dogs be securely muz- 
zled by a wire muzzle, or led by a chain or line so as to effectually pre- 
vent them from biting any person or animal. Such regulations shall be 
published in at least two successive issues of a newspaper published in 
said city. All dogs found running at large unmuzzled, contrary to the 
provisions of such order shall be immediately taken up by the marshal 
and impounded in the public pound of said city. 

Sec. 35. Impounding Dogs and Redemption of Same. Said Mar- 
shal and said Dog Catcher are hereby given the right to take up and 
impound all dogs running at large in said city, including all dogs kept, 
owned, cared for, or under the control of any person living or residing in 
said city, unless such license tax has been paid and a tag attached to 
such dog; and unless such dog is securely muzzled when required under 
the provisions of Section 34 hereof and unless such dog so taken up is re- 
deemed within two days thereafter by paying to said Marshal or said Dog 
Catcher the sum of $1.00 impounding fee and to said Marshal the said 
license tax, if not already paid. Said Marshal shall post for two days in 
a conspicuous place, a notice describing all dogs impounded, and if such 
dogs are not redeemed within two days after the posting of such notice, 
the same shall thereafter be killed in such manner as may be designated 
by said Marshal; provided, however, that the Marshal may dispose of any 
unredeemed dog after the expiration of said two days notice by gift or 
sale. 

The Marshal and police officers of said city are hereby authorized and 
empowered to summarily kill any dog running or being upon any such 
street, or public place in said city, if they, or any of them, have reasonable 
cause to believe that such dog is afflicted with rabies, or other disease or 
is a fierce or quarrelsome dog, making such dog dangerous to be at large. 

Sec. 36. Fees of Dog Catcher. The Dog Catcher shall be entitled 
to receive the following fees: For each dog taken up and redeemed a 
pound fee of $1.00, and for each dog killed and properly buried the sum 
of $1.00, to be paid out of the fund collected from such dog tax. 

Sec. 37. "Dogs" Defined. The word "dog" used in this ordinance 
shall be deem ad to include both male and female dogs over the age of 

six months. 



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Sec. 38. Duplicate Tags. Any person, having secured a tag as 
herein provided, may obtain a duplicate thereof from the Marshal upon 
the payment of twenty-five cents, whenever such tag has been lost, stol- 
en or destroyed. 

Sec. 39. Penalty. Any person keeping, owning, having charge, 
care or control of any unlicensed dog or any fierce, quarrelsome, danger- 
ous dog, or unmuzzled dog when required to be muzzled as provided by 
Section 34 hereof, or any female dog while in heat, who shall permit or 
allow the same to run at large in said city, or neglect or refuse to pay 
such annual license tax, or who shall permit or allow any dog to be kept 
or to remain upon any premises under his control, unless such license 
shall have been paid upon such dog, or shall interfere with, oppose or re- 
sist any officer of the city or the Dog Catcher in enforcing the provisions 
of this chapter relating to dogs shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeamor. 
POUNDMASTER AND HIS DUTIES. 

Sec. 40. Poundmaster. The office of Poundmaster is hereby estab- 
lished and the Marshal shall be ex-officio Poundmaster. 

Sec. 41. Duties. It shall be the duty of the Poundmaster to take 
up, impound and safely keep any cattle found running at large in said 
City, and to receive and impound any such cattle taken up and delivered 
to him by any person. 

Sec. 42. Notice of Impounding. When any such animal is so im- 
pounded, the poundmaster shall notify the owner thereof, if known to 
him, of such impounding, and shall post three notices, one in front of the 
City Hall of said city and two other notices in other public places in said 
city. Said notices shall contain a description of said animal, and shall set 
forth that, unless reclaimed said animal will be sold at public auction to 
the highest bidder, at a time and place to be specified in said notices, 
which time shall not be less than five days nor more than ten days from 
the posting of said notices, and if said animal is not reclaimed before 
the expiration of the time specified in said notices, the poundmaster 
shall proceed to sell the same at the time and place and in the manner 
specified in said notices, or at such time he may postpone the sale to 
some other time or date, in which case no new notice of sale need be 
given, except by oral announcement at the time of postponment. 

Sec. 43. Fees for Impounding. The poundmaster, before deliver- 
ing possession of any such animal or cattle, shall collect from the owner 
or claimant thereof, or from the proceeds of the sale thereof, an im- 
pounding fee of two dollars; and also seventy five cents for each day or 
part of a day the same may be impounded and fifty cents for each notice 
of sale so posted; which sums when collected, less the costs of care 
thereof, shall be paid into the general fund. 

CHAPTER V. -PENAL OFFENSES RELATING TO PRIVATE 

PROPERTY. 

Sec. 44. Provisions Relating to Private Property. 
SUBDIVISION: 

1. Keeping Petroleum within Fire Limits. 

2. Keeping Powder within Fire Limits. 

3. Keeping Hay within Fire Limits. 

4. Keeping Lumber Yard within Fire Limits. 



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5. Building Fires within Fire Limits. 

6. Brush Fires. 

7. Shooting Fire Arms. 

8. Shooting Airguns. 

9. Concealed Weapons. 

10. Limiting Laundry Districts. 

11. Limiting Districts for Blacksmith Shops. 

12. Prohibiting Dense Smoke and Soot. 

13. Restricting Use of Gasoline Engine. 

14. Exits for Public Buildings. 

15. Obstructing Aisles in Public Buildings. 

16. Selling and use of Fireworks. 

17. Selling Tobacco to and use by Minors. 

18. Bill Posting. 

19. Cutting Flowers and Plants on Private Property. 

20. Keeping Bees. 

21. Keeping Record of Secondhand Goods. 

22. Keeping Billiard Halls and Pool Rooms. 

23. Provision Relating to Cigar Stores etc. 

24. Filing Maps of Subdivisions. 

25. Removing Electric Wires on Streets. 

26. Freight and Express on Street Cars. 

27. Permit to Maintain Hospitals. 

IT SHALL BE UNLAWFUL FOR ANY PERSON WITHIN SAID 
CITY: 

1. Petroleum within Fire Limits To keep any petroleum, gasoline 
or any product of petroleum of hydro-carbon liquid within the fire limits 
of said city in quantities in excess of five gallons or in other parts of said 
city in excess of one hundred and twentyfive gallons without first obtain- 
ing the approval of the Building Inspector of said city of the place where 
the same is to be kept, and the manner and method of keeping the same. 

2. Keeping Powder within Fire Limits. To keep within the fire 
limits any dynamite, giant powder or similar explosive, except gunpow- 
der in quantities not exceeding 25 pounds. 

3. Keeping Hay within Fire Limits. To keep or store within 
said fire limits over two tons of loose, or fifty tons of baled hay, without 
first obtaining permission so to do from the Board of Trustees. 

4. Keeping Lumber Yard within Fire Limits. To keep or have 
charge of any lumber yard within said fire limits. 

5. Building Fires within Fire Limits. To start any fire in the 
open air upon any lot or yard within said fire limits, without first ob- 
taining permission so to do from the Street Superintendent. 

6. Brush Fires. To start any fire in the open air outside of the 
fire limits of said city unless there shall be someone in constant atten- 
dance during such fire and until the same is fully extinguished. 

7. Shooting Firearms. To shoot or fire off any firearm within a 
radius of one half of a mile from the northwest corner of State and 
Orange street; or any other firearm than a shotgun outside of said 
territory (except an officer of the law in the discharge of his duty) 
without a permit so to do first obtained from the marshal. 



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8. Shooting Airguns. To shoot or discharge within said city any 
airgun or springgun shooting anything other than cork or other soft 
substances. 

9. Concealed Weapons. To wear or carry concealed, upon any 
street, any pistol, revolver, dirk, dagger, bowieknife, brass knuckles, 
slung-shot, sand-bag or any dangerous or deadly weapon, without first 
obtaining a permit from the City Marshal so to do. 

10. Limiting Laundry Dislridls. To keep, conduct or have charge 
of any laundry, except upon the permission of the Board of Trustees first 
had and obtained, outside of the following limits, to-wit: Bounded on 
the north by the right of way of the A. T. & S. F. Railway Com- 
pany, from the west line of the City of Redlands to Fifth Street, thence 
south along said Fifth street to East Central avenue, thence east on East 
Central avenue to Seventh street, thence south on Seventh street to 
East State street; thence west on East State street to Sixth street; 
thence north on Sixth street to the center of the alley between East 
State street and East Central avenue; thence west to a point distant one 
hundred and twenty feet east of Orange road; thence north to the center 
of East Central avenue; thence west along said East Central avenue and 
along West Central avenue to the west line of the city. 

11. Limiting DisTricfls for Blacksmith Shops, etc. To hereafter 
establish any blacksmith shop, machine shop, automobile repair shop, tin 
shop, livery or feed stable, or any other shop or place of similar charac- 
ter south of the following decribed limit in the City of Redlands, to-wit: 
Commencing at the intersection of the east line of Eureka street and the 
alley in Block "B" of Orange Grove Addition; thence easterly in a 
straight line through Park Addition and Subdivision of Block XXVIII 
to Olive avenue. 

12. Prohibiting Dense Smoke and Soot. To permit or allow smoke, 
soot, or cinders to be emitted from any engine, fire box, stove, furnace, 
chimney or smoke stack in dense form or so as to annoy any resident of 
the neighborhood with smoke, soot or cinders or to operate any engine 
or machinery using fuel oil, emitting offensive odors, or smoke or soot 
which extends to the dwelling houses in the neighborhood to such an ex- 
tent as to render their occupancy materially uncomfortable, or interfere 
with the comfortable enjoyment of life or property. 

13. Restricting use Gasoline Engines. To use, run or operate any 
stationary gasoline engine within 300 feet of any private residence, 
rooming or lodging house without first obtaining the consent of all per- 
sons living or residing within such distance; provided, that such engine 
may be used without such consent, when the exhaust therefrom shall be 
muffled so as to destroy the noise and report caused from such exhaust. 

14. Exits for Public Buildings. To occupy or use any room, 
hall or building for public purposes of amusement or entertainment 
where a seating capacity of over fifty persons is provided, that does not 
have at least one front and two rear exits, or one front, one side and one 
rear exit, each separate and distinct from the other, and of such size as 
to permit of the speedy exit therefrom in case of fire or panic, and the 
word "Exit" plainly marked and at all times while occupied kept plain- 
ly visable by a light over the top of each such exit, and such room, hall 
or building shall also be provided with thorough ventilation. 



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15. Obstructing Aisles in Public Buildings. To obstruct or per- 
mit or allow any person to obstruct any aisle, passage way, corridor or 
stairway of any church or public building, room or hall in said city dur- 
ing or preparatory to any public gathering therein, or to lock or fasten 
the door thereof during such gathering, or to have any door for public 
exit attached or affixed to any such church or public building that does 
not swing outward, or to sell or issue tickets for any show, performance, 
exhibition or entertainment in excess of the seating capacity of the 
room or place where the same is to be held. 

16. Selling and Use of Fireworks. To keep or expose for sale or 
to sell or fire off or explode any fireworks or any substance or thing of 
an explosive or combustible nature or for making a pyrotechnic display, 
provided that the Board of Trustees may permit any person or organiza- 
tion to conduct a pyrotechnic display of fireworks at such time and 
place and subject to such conditions as it may fix therefor. 

17. Selling Tobacco to and Use by Minors. To sell or give to 
any minor under the age of 21 years any tobacco, cigars, snuff or -cigar- 
ettes or any composition of tobacco, or for any such minor to use or 
smoke the same upon the streets of said city or in any public place 
therein. 

18. Bill Posting. To erect, maintain, have charge of, or post bills, 
notices or advertisements upon any billboard in said city, unless the 
same shall be constructed at least two feet back from the property line 
and the bottom board at least eighteen inches above the surface of the 
ground except the posts used for its support. 

19. Cutting Flowers and Plants on Private Property. To cut, 
break off or to destroy or injure any ornamental or flowering tree, 
shrub, vine or plant being or growing upon the land of another; or to 
pick, cut or take any flower, bud or fruit being or growing upon such 
land, without the consent of the owner or the person in charge of such 
land. 

20. Keeping Bees. To keep or have control of any stands of bees 
within said city located within five hundred feet of the residence of 
any other person therein without first obtaining a permit so to do from 
the Board of Trustees. 

21. Keeping Record of Secondhand Goods. To buy or sell or 
otherwise deal as a business in secondhand bicycles, diamonds, silver- 
ware, jewelry, old gold or silver, firearms or any of said articles without 
keeping a record of all such articles so purchased, acquired and sold, 
which record shall at all times during business hours, be open to the 
inspection of the City Marshal or any police officer of said city. Such 
record shall be kept upon a blank to be furnished by said city and shall 
show the name and address of the person from whom the same was 
purchased or acquired and to whom sold and the date of purchase and 
sale. 

22. Keeping Billiard Halls and Pool Rooms. To engage in, con- 
duct or carry on, within said city, the business of keeping a skating rink 
or a billiard hall, pool room or bowling alley where billiards, pool, bowl- 
ing or similar games are played without first obtaining a permit so to do 
from the Board of Trustees, and subject to such conditions as may be 
from time to time imposed by said Board. 



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23. Provisions Relating to Cigar Stores, Pool Rooms, etc. To 

keep open for business any cigar store, billiard hall, pool room, bowling 
alley or skating rink between the hours of 12 o'clock p.m. and 5 o'clock 
a.m. of the following day, or to conduct any such business in any room 
or place where there is any partition or obstruction separating in part 
or in whole any section of such room or place from any other part or 
section thereof so as to obstruct a clear view of such room or place from 
the street fronting upon such place of business, or in any room or place 
having stalls, side rooms or compartments partitioned or built off from 
the room or place where such business is conducted, or in any room or 
place where a clear and unobstructed view of the entire room or place 
cannot be readily had from the street adjoining such place of business. 
Nothing herein contained shall apply to prevent the maintenance of toilets 
in any such room or place. 

24. Filing Maps of Subdivisions. To sell or contract for the sale 
of any lot or lots in any subdivision or tract of land within said city here- 
after laid out into lots until the owner or owners thereof shall cause to 
be made out and left with the City Clerk of said city, for filing, an ac- 
curate map or plat thereof, or until the same has been accepted by said 
Board of Trustees and ordered filed with the City Clerk. 

25. Removing Eledlric Wires on Streets. To remove any building 
within said city where such removal would require the removal or dis- 
placement of any overhead electric, telephone, telegraph or trolley wires 
until after twenty-four hours after the expiration of notice in writing giv- 
en by the person or company proposing to remove any building to the per- 
son or company owning or operating or having control or charge of such 
wires to be removed or displaced. Upon the receipt of any such notice, 
the person or company owning, operating or having charge or control of 
such wires to be so removed and displaced, shall, within twenty-four 
hours thereafter, furnish the person or company purposing such removal, 
an estimate of the maximum cost of the removal or displacement of such 
wires, and said wires shall be removed and replaced in such manner as 
the person or company owning, operating or having charge or control 
thereof shall determine for the safety of the public and for their own 
protection, and the entire expense of such removal and replacement shall 
be borne, and paid by the person or company proposing such removal. 

26. Freight and Express on Street Cars. To carry, or permit or 
allow to be carried upon any street car operated or run in the City of 
Redlands for the carriage of passengers, any freight or express matters 
therein, without first obtaining from the Board of Trustees of said city 
a permit so to do, provided that this section shall not apply to the car- 
riage of freight or express matter in cars used for such purpose, and 
not for the carriage of passengers, when such cars shall be of the 
same general type as passenger cars operated in said city, except as to 
windows, entrances and exits, and painted in the same style as such pas- 
senger cars and similarly equipped as far as practicable, and kept neat 
in appearance, nor to cars having a compartment or section thereof used 
for such purpose, separated by a partition from the section used for the 
carriage of passengers, and provided further, that nothing herein shall 
be deemed to apply to the carriage on regular passenger cars of small 
quantities of light express matter when the same can be so carried with- 
out inconvenience to passenger service, and without obstructing any en- 
trance to, or any passage way upon such car. 



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27. Permit to Maintain Hospital. To conduct or maintain in said 
city any hospital or other place for the reception or care of sick or dis- 
eased persons, without having first obtained a permit so to do from the 
Board of Trustees, provided that no permit shall be required for any 
such place now so maintained in said city. 

CHAPTER VI 

PENAL OFFENSES RELATING TO THE INDIVIDUAL: 
Sec. 45 Provisions Relating to the Individual. 

SUBDIVISION: 

1. Begging on Street. 

2. Indecent Language, Drunkenness, Fighting. 

3. Visiting Place of Prostitution. 

4. Keeping or Visiting Gambling House. 

5. Engaging in Gambling Games. 

6. Minors on Streets. 

7. Minors not allowed in Billiard Halls. 

8. Running over Fire Hose. 

9. Sprinkling Laundry. 

10. Injuring and Defacing Public PropeVty. 

11. Buying Secondhand Goods from Minors. 

12. Opening City Hydrants. 

13. Keeping Register of Hotel Guests. 

14. Distributing Sample Medicines. 

15. Nuisances in Public Parks. 

16. Burial of the Dead. 

17. Abatement of Nuisances. 

18. Taking hold of Street Cars and Vehicles. 

IT SHALL BE UNLAWFUL FOR ANY PERSON WITHIN SAID 
CITY: 

1. Begging on Street. To beg upon any street, or to beg or solicit 
alms from house to house without a permit so to do first obtained from 

the Marshal. 



2. Indecent Language, Drunkenness, Fighting. To use any vul- 
gar, profane or indecent language within the presence or hearing of 
women or children; or to use any such language or any abusive language 
in a loud or boistrous manner; or to be drunk or intoxicated upon any 
street, lot, unoccupied premises or any public place in said city, or upon 
any private premises to the annoyance or disturbance of others; or to 
fight, or offer to fight in said city, or quarrel upon the streets thereof; 
or to collect upon any sidewalk or street to the annoyance, or incon- 
venience, or disturbance of others. 

3. Visiting Place of Prostitution. To be present at or visit any 
house of ill fame or any place used or occupied for purposes of pros- 
titution, or where prostitution is permitted, or to live in, or maintain an 
illicit relation with any person, or to be present at or visit any house or 
place for the purpose of having illicit relations with any person. 

4. Keeping or Visiting Gambling Houses. To keep or have 
charge of, or be present at, or visit any gambling house, room or place 
where gambling or a lottery is conducted, carried on or engaged in, or 



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where any gambling implements, tools or devices are exhibited or ex- 
posed to view, or to have the possession or control of any lottery ticket 
or gambling implements, tools or devices, or any paper, instrument, 
thing or device used in connection with a lottery or lottery drawing, or 
in any manner pertaining thereto. Any such implements, tools, de- 
vices, tickets or paper, instrument or thing, used as aforesaid, is here- 
by declared a public nuisance. 

5. Engaging in Gambling Games. To play, engage in or bet up- 
on any gambling game not mentioned in the penal code of the State of 
California, or to play, manipulate, or operate, or permit or allow any 
person to play, manipulate, or operate any machine, card contrivance, 
device or any other thing upon which money is staked, or hazarded up- 
on chance, or upon the result of the operation or action of which any 
goods, wares or merchandise, money, or any article or thing of value, 
check or token redeemable in or exchangeable for money, or any other 
thing of value, is staked, won, lost, given away, or taken upon chance, 
or to keep, control, or have charge or custody of, or permit or allow 
any person to play, use, or operate any wheel of fortune, ring or ball 
tossing, throwing or pitching, or any other contrivance, device, or thing 
upon the result of the action of which money or any goods, wares, mer- 
chandise, or any article or thing of value, is staked, hazarded, won, lost, 
or given away. Any such machine, contrivance or device so used, or 
operated is hereby declared to be a public nuisance, and the same shall 
be abated by the City Marshal. 

6. Minors on Streets. Under the age of fifteen years to be upon 
any street during the night time after the hour of ni.ne o'clock p. m., 
(except when going to and from some place of regular employment or 
when sent upon some errand by the parent or guardian of such boy or 
girl), unless accompanied by such parent or guardian or by some other 
person over said age of fifteen years in whose care or custody such boy 
or girl may be intrusted by said parent or guardian. 

7. Minors Not Allowed in Billiard Halls. To permit or allow any 
minor under the age of 18 years to visit, enter or be present at any 
billiard hall or pool room. 

8. Running over Fire Hose. To run any vehicle, automobile or 
machine upon or over any fire hose belonging to said city. 

9. Sprinkling Laundry. To spray or sprinkle any clothes or other 
articles of laundry by means of liquid ejected from the mouth. 

10. Injuring and Defacing Public Property. To mar, injure or 
deface any part of any public building, bench, settee or any other pub- 
lic property within said city. 

11. Buying Secondhand Goods from Minors. To purchase or 
receive from any minor under the age of eighteen years any scrap iron, 
lead pipe, brass, bottles, sacks, rubber or other articles commonly known 
as junk, or any secondhand goods, wares or merchandise. 

12. Opening City Hydrants. To open or to attempt to open any 
fire hydrant in the city of Redlands, without first obtaining a permit so 
to do from the Chief of the Fire Department of the city. 

13. Keeping Register of Hotel Guests. To keep or carry on in 



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said city any hotel, lodging, rooming or boarding house without keeping 
a register wherein all persons upon securing lodging, rooms or board in 
any such place shall be required to inscribe their names and place of 
residence, together with the date of registration and the number of the 
room or rooms occupied by such persons. Said register shall be kept in 
a conspicuous place in said hotel, lodging, rooming or boarding house, 
and shall at all times be kept open for inspection; and all halls, stairs 
and exits used in any such place shall be kept lighted between the hours 
of 7 p. m. and 6 a. m. of the following morning. 

14. Distributing Sample Medicines. To distribute any patent 
medicine or any medicinal preparation or compound, or any medicine, 
drugs, herbs, or sample thereof within said city except to physicians 
and druggists. 

15. Nuisances in Public Parks. To commit any nuisance, to loiter 
or remain in or visit any public park in the City of Redlands between 
twelve o'clock, midnight, and four o'clock a. m. of the following day, 
provided this section shall not prevent persons passing through said 
parks in coming from or going to other parts of said city. 

16. Burial of the Dead. To bury or inter the dead body of any 
person within the limits described in Ordinance No. 434 of said city. 

17. Abatement of Nuisances. Whenever the Board of Health of 
the City of Redlands shall declare the existance or maintenance of any 
condition, act or thing upon any premises occupied, owned or in control 
of any person, a nuisance, whether public or private, the Health Officer 
of said city shall certify such fact to the Marshal of said city, and it 
shall thereupon become the duty of such Marshal to at once serve 
written notice upon the owner or person occupying or having charge or 
control of such premises to forthwith abate such nuisance, and if such 
nuisance is not abated within twenty-four hours after the service of such 
notice it shall be the duty of the Marshal to summarily abate the same. 
If such premises are unoccupied, or the person in charge or control there- 
of, is unknown to said Marshal, then he shall post such notice upon said 
premises, in lieu of personal service thereof. 

18. Taking Hold of Street Cars and Vehicles. To take hold of 
any moving car while riding a bicycle or of any motor vehicle operated 
at a speed in excess of 12 miles per hour or any moving vehicle at all in 
the business portion of the city. 

CHAPTER VII. 

CENSOR COMMISSION AND REGULATION OF MOVING PIC- 
TURES AND OTHER PUBLIC PERFORMANCES. 

Sec. 46. Appointment of Commission. 

47. Power and Authority. 

48. Report to Marshal. 

49. Permit to Exhibit Moving Pictures. 

50. City Clerk to Issue Permit. 

51. Revocation of Permit. 

52. Free Access to Exhibition. 
58. Immoral and Indecent Plays. 



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54. Posting and Exhibiting Obscene Pictures. 

55. Limiting Character of Sunday Plays. 

56. Marshal to Prohibit Unlawful Plays. 

Sec. 46. Appointment of Commission. There is hereby created 
and established a Censor Commission to consist of three members to be 
appointed by the President of the Board of Trustees of said city, to be rat- 
ified by said Board, and to serve at the pleasure of said Board. The chair- 
man of said Commission shall be known as the Censor Officer of said city. 

Sec. 47. Power and Authority. Said Commission is hereby vested 
with power and authority to investigate all shows, theatrical perform- 
ances, or plays, moving picture and vaudeville shows, all places of public 
amusement, bill boards, picture post cards, pictures and generally all 
matters and things pertaining to or affecting the public morals of the 
inhabitants of said city, and such other authority as may be hereafter 
delegated to said Commission by ordinance or resolution adopted by said 
Board of Trustees. 

Sec. 48. Report to Marshal. Whenever said Commission or said 
Censor Officer finds that any ordinance of said city pertaining to any mat- 
ters mentioned in this chapter is being violated or is likely to be violated, 
they shall report such fact to the City Marshal with their recommen- 
dations relating thereto, and it shall be the duty of said Marshal to carry 
out such recommendations so far as practicable. 

Sec. 49. Permit to Exhibit Moving Pictures. It shall be unlawful 
for any person to hold, conduct or carry on, or to cause or permit to be 
held, conducted or carried on, any moving picture exhibition or any en- 
tertainment at which moving pictures are exhibited, without having a 
permit therefor in writing, obtained as hereinafter provided. 

Sec. 50. City Clerk to Issue Permit. Any person desiring to ob- 
tain a permit to hold, conduct or carry on a moving picture exhibition 
OT any entertainment at which moving pictures a*re exhibited shall file 
an application in writing therefor with the City Clerk, specifying the 
place where such exhibition or entertainment is proposed to be held, 
conducted or carried on, and signed by the applicant and thereupon such 
permit shall be issued by said City Clerk to such applicant unless it 
shall be found that the place where such exhibition or entertainment is 
proposed to be held does not comply with the ordinance of said city re- 
lating thereto. 

Sec. 51. Revocation of Permit. In the event that any person 
holding a permit to conduct or carry on a moving picture exhibition or 
an entertainment at which moving pictures are exhibited, shall violate 
or cause or permit to be violated, any of the provisions of this ordinance 
relating thereto, the Board of Trustees of said city may, in addition to 
the other penalties provided by this ordinance revoke the permit issued 
for the conducting or carrying on of such exhibition or entertainment, 
or limit such revocation to conducting or carrying on such exhibition or 
entertainment on Sundays only. No permit shall be revoked until a 
public hearing has been had, upon at least five days' notice of the time 
and place of such hearing, to the person whose permit is under con- 
sideration. 



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When such permit is revoked, the issuance of a new permit shall be 
discretionary with said Board and subject to such conditions and regula- 
tions as may be imposed by it. 

Sec. 52. Free Access to Exhibition. The Censor Officer of said 
city shall have, upon demand, the right of free access to any place or 
room or building, at which is held or given any public exhibition or 
entertainment, at which moving or motion pictures are exhibited or dis- 
played or carried on. 

Sec. 53. Immoral and Indecent Plays and Exhibitions. It shall 
be unlawful for any person, in the presence of any public gathering or 
audience, or at any show, performance, theater, opera or play house, to 
exhibit or perform or permit or allow any person to exhibit or perform, 
or participate in the exhibition, presentation or performance of any 
immoral, obscene, indecent or lewd act, play or performance, or any 
act, play or performance, offensive to decency or which is adapted or 
tends to excite to immoral, vicious or lewd thoughts or acts, or to de- 
grade public morals; or any muscle dance, or any dance, performance or 
exhibition which the Board of Trustees or Censor Commission or Cen- 
sor Officer shall condemn as immoral, offensive, indecent or as tending 
to degrade public morals and the Marshal of said city is hereby 
authorized, and it shall be his duty to summarily abate any violations 
or attemped violations of any of the provisions of this section. 

Sec. 54. Posting and Exhibiting Obscene Pictures. It shall be 
unlawful for any person to post or permit to be posted upon any bill- 
board, or otherwise exhibit to public view, or distribute any licentious, 
lewd, indecent or obscene picture, bill or poster, or any picture, moving 
picture, bill or poster such as is obscene or indecent, or is adapted or 
tends to excite to immoral; vicious or lewd thoughts or acts, or any 
picture in which there is represented, illustrated or depicted the killing 
of any person or any murder scene, or the commission of any crime or 
public offence or any representation of any prize fight, or boxing con- 
test, provided, however, that nothing contained in this section shall be 
deemed to prevent any murder scene which is historical or is depicted, 
described or represented in or by any work of art or in classical liter- 
ature, or any scene or act first approved by said Censor Commission or 
Censor Officer. Any such picture, bill or poster is hereby declared to 
be a menace to the public morals of the inhabitants of said city, and a 
public nuisance, and the Marshal of said city is hereby authorized and it 
shall be his duty to summarily abate such nuisance by destruction or 
removal of such picture, bill or poster. 

Sec. 55. Limiting Character of Sunday Plays. It shall be unlawful 
for any person to hold, conduct or carry on, or to permit or allow to be 
held, conducted or carried on, in the City of Redlands during the hours 
between midnight of Saturday and midnight of the following Sunday of 
every week, any public theatrical performance, moving picture show, 
or moving picture exhibition, or moving picture entertainment, or any 
other public show, performance, or entertainment; provided that the 
provisions of this section shall not be deemed to apply to or prohibit any 
public musical entertainment, or moving pictures at any religious ser- 
vice, or moving pictures of an historical, scenic or educational char- 



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acter, and provided further that no picture or pictures shall be exhibited 
or shown at any moving picture show, exhibition or performance during 
said hours, without first exhibiting the same and the films thereof to 
said Censor Officer upon his demand therefor. Such exhibition to con- 
sist of showing the same to said Censor Officer in the same manner as 
at a public exhibition thereof, or in such other manner as he may require. 

Sec. 56. Marshal to Prohibit Unlawful Plays. Whenever any per- 
son or company advertises by posters or otherwise, any play, act or per- 
formance or information is otherwise obtained from which it reasonably 
appears or may be reasonably inferred that the giving of such play, 
act or performance would result in a violation of any of the provisions 
of this ordinance relating thereto, it shall be the duty of the Marshal of 
said city to prohibit and prevent such play, act or performance. 

CHAPTER VIII. 

REGULATIONS RELATING TO GARBAGE, RUBBISH, WASTE 
MATTER, CESSPOOLS, AND OTHER HEALTH MEASURES. 

Sec. 57. Meaning of Garbage, Rubbish and Waste Matter. 

58. Garbage to be Kept in Receptacles. 

59. Removal from Premises. 

60. Keeping Rubbish and Waste Matter in Receptacles. 

61. Removal from Premises. 

62. Collection and Removal of Garbage. 

63. City Garbage Collector. 

64. Duties of Garbage Collector. 

65. Carrying Garbage, Cesspool and Privy Contents. 

66. Rubbish on Streets, in Drains, Ditches and Sewers. 

67. Burial of Dead Animals. 

68. Maintain Privies and Cesspools. 

69. Privies not Connected with Sewers. 

70. Cleaning Privy or- Cesspool. 

71. Keeping Yard in Clean Condition. 

72. Selling Decayed Fruits. 

73. Keeping Manure in Receptacles. 

74. Removal of Manure. 

75. Permit to Slaughter Animals. 

76. Requirement before Issuance of Permit. 

77. Notice to Health Officer. 

78. Regulations Relative to Slaughtering. 

79. Penalty. 

Sec. 57. Meaning of "Garbage," "Rubbish" and 4 'WasT:e Matter." 

The word "garbage" as used in this ordinance shall mean and include 
table refuse and offal, swill and every accumulation of animal, vegetable 
and other matter that attends the preparation, consumption, decay or 
dealing in or storage of meats, fish, fowls, fruits and shall include all 
animal and vegetable refuse from kitchens and all household waste that 
shall have been prepared for or intended to be used as food, or shall 
have resulted from the preparation of food, Dead animals over ten 
pounds in weight, dish or waste water are not included under garbage. 



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The word "Rubbish" as used in this ordinance shall mean and include 
leaves, chips, wooden ware, paper, pasteboard, grass, rags, straw, boots, 
shoes, hats and other combustible materials, as well as tin cans and bottles. 

The words "waste matter" as used in this ordinance, shall mean 
and include brickbats, plaster, cement, crockery, broken glass, ashes, 
cinders, shells, metals and other noncombustible materials. 

Sec. 58. Garbage to be Kept in Receptacles. All garbage accum- 
ulated at any private dwelling, boarding house, restaurant, hotel, eating 
house, market, grocery store, fruit store, or store selling fruits and vege- 
tables or any other place of business where there is any accumulation of 
garbage shall be kept upon the premises in a water tight receptacle, 
with tight fitting cover, and of sufficient size to holdall garbage that may 
accumulate at such place between the times when the same shall be re- 
moved, and such cover shall be kept securely fastened upon such recep- 
tacle while containing garbage; except when garbage is being placed 
therein or removed therefrom, provided that small quantities of garbage 
accumulated at private dwellings may be buried when securly covered 
by earth within twenty four hours after being accumulated until such 
practice is prohibited by the Board of Health of the city. 

Sec. 59. Removal from Premises. All such garbage receptacles 
at private dwellings shall be emptied at least once a week, (except when 
garbage is buried as aforesaid) and at all other places at least twice a 
week, and all such garbage (except when buried as aforesaid) shall be 
removed from the premises and disposed of in such manner as not to be- 
come a nuisance or menace or danger to public health. No rubbish or 
waste matter shall be placed in garbage receptacles, nor shall garbage 
be placed in receptacles for rubbish or waste matter. 

Sec. 60. Keeping Rubbish and Waste Matter in Receptacles. 
Every person having charge or control of any hotel, restaurant, eating 
house, boarding house, apartment house, rooming house, fruit stand, 
store or other place of business within the City of Redlands where rub- 
bish or waste matter accumulates, shall provide a covered box, barrel 
or other receptacle, to be kept upon the premises for the storage of such 
rubbish and waste matter, and the same shall be placed therein; provided 
that the provisions of this section shall not apply to boarding, rooming 
and apartment houses located outside of the fire limits of said city. 

Sec. 61. Removal from Premises. All such rubbish and waste 
matter so kept shall be removed and disposed of at least once each 
month, and so as not to become a nuisance, or menace or danger to 
public health or damage or injury to public property. 

Sec. 62. Collection and Removal of Garbage. All garbage ac- 
cumulated in receptacles shall be removed and conveyed by the City 
Garbage Collector, and no person, other than such collector, shall re- 
move or convey from any premises, or upon the streets of said city any 
garbage, provided that the Board of Trustees may give permission to 
any person to make disposition of his garbage accumulations otherwise 
than by the City Garbage Collector. 

Sec. 63. City Garbage Collector. Any person with whom the 
City may enter into a contract to remove and dispose of garbage shall 
be known as, and is hereby designated as the City Garbage Collector so 
long as such contract remains in force. 



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Sec. 64. Duties of Garbage Collector.. The City Garbage Col- 
lector shall collect, remove and dispose of all garbage accumulated in 
garbage receptacles under the provisions of this ordinance upon payment 
of his charge therefor, and shall so arrange such collection that remov- 
als of garbage shall be made as required under the provisions hereof. 
He shall also, upon request, and payment of his charge therefor, remove 
and dispose of all rubbish and waste matter accummulations, dead ani- 
mals, contents of cesspools and privies. All garbage and other things 
so disposed of by said Collector under the provisions hereof shall be re- 
moved without the limits of said city and disposed of in such manner as 
not to be a nuisance or danger to the health of any person or to create a 
nuisance, provided that waste matter may be disposed of within the 
city limits upon private property with the consent of the owner of such 
property, and permission first obtained from the Superintendent of 
Streets of said city, and no person shall dump or place upon the prop- 
erty of another or upon any street in said city any garbage, rubbish or 
waste matter except as provided herein. 

Sec. 65. Carrying Garbage, Cesspool or Privy Contents. No 

person shall carry through the streets between the hours of six o'clock 
in the morning and nine o'clock in the evening the contents of any cess- 
pool, or privy; or use any vehicle for such purpose, or for the carrying 
of any swill or garbage upon the streets that is not sufficiently tight to 
prevent leakage thereof, and having a tight fitting wooden or metal 
cover and such vehicle shall be thoroughly cleansed immediately after 
use so that it shall be in a clean and sanitary condition. 

Sec. 66. Rubbish on Streets, in Drains, Ditches and Sewers. No 

person shall place upon any street or sidewalk, or in any drain or storm 
water ditch, any trash, rubbish, garbage, waste matter, glass, tacks, 
filthy or decayed matter, offensive liquids, dead animals, or fowls or 
anything likely to be or become a nuisance or to injure or damage the 
property or person of another, or to place or deposit in any sewer any 
trash, rubbish, waste matter, garbage or any solid substance of any kind. 

Sec. 67. Burial of Dead Animals. No person shall permit or allow 
any dead animal or fowl, of which he is the owner, or under his charge 
or control, to remain upon any street over four hours, or upon any pri- 
vate property over twenty four hours, without proper burial. 

Sec. 68. Maintaining Privies and Cesspools. No person shall erect, 
us3 or maintain any privy, vault or cesspool for the reception of human 
excrement or fecal matter upon any lot or premises in said city abut- 
ting upon any street therein, having a public sewer thereon opposite 
such lot or premises, or accessable thereto within a distance of one hun- 
dred and fifty (150) feet from the nearest point of such lot or premises 
to such sewer, unless the same be connected with such sewer; and the 
use or maintenance of any such privy, vault or cesspool not so connected 
is hereby declared to be a public nuisance, provided that the Board of 
Trustees may grant a temporary permit to maintain such vault or cess- 
pool when in good sanitary condition. 

Sec. 69. Privies Not Connected With Sewers. No person shall 
erect or maintain any privy used for the reception of human excrement 



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or fecal matter upon any lot or premises in said city not connected with 
a public sewer therein, within fifty feet of any dwelling house of an- 
other nor unless the same shall have a connection with a vault for the 
reception of such excrement or fecal matter at least five feet deep and 
screened from flies. 

Sec. 70. Cleaning Privy or Cesspool. No person shall fail or 
neglect to thoroughly clean any cesspool or privy upon any property 
owned or occupied by him whenever the same becomes offensive or a 
menace to health or likely to become so, or within forty eight hours 
after notice so to do by the Health Officer of said city; or fail or neglect 
to thoroughly disinfect any privy, cesspool or premises whenever direct- 
ed so to do by such Health Officer. 

Sec. 71. Keeping Yard in Clean Condition. No person, either as 
owner or occupant, shall permit or allow his yard or premises to be in 
an unclean or unwholesome condition, or so as to endanger the buildings 
thereon or other buildings to loss or injury by fire, or to permit any 
substance to be or remain thereon which is liable to become injurious 
to the public health or offensive to the senses or to interfere with pub- 
lic comfort, or to permit any accumulation of rubbish, stagnant water 
or filth of any kind to be or remain upon his yard or premises. 

Sec. 72. Selling Decayed Fruits. No person shall sell, keep or ex- 
pose for sale any decayed or unwholesome fruit or vegetables, or taint- 
ed or unsound meat, fish or fowls. 

Sec. 73. Keeping Manure in Receptacles. No person in possession 

of or having charge or control of any premises, stable, barn, shed or cor- 
ral, situated within the fire limits of said city, shall permit or allow any 
manure to accumulate, be or remain in or upon such premises, stable, 
barn, shed or corral, for a longer period than two days, unless the same 
be kept in a tight box or receptacle with a close fitting top or cover, so 
constructed that flies or insects cannot get in, or have access to such box 
or receptacle, or to permit or allow any manure to accumulate, be or re- 
main in or upon any premises, barn, shed or corral, situated within said 
city; or outside of said fire limits, for a longer period than two days, 
when such manure is within seventy-five feet of any occupied dwelling, 
excepting the same be kept in a tight box or receptacle, with a close 
fitting top or cover so constructed that flies or insects cannot get in, or 
have access to the interior of such box or receptacle. 

Sec. 74. Removal of Manure. All manure so kept in any box or 
receptacle, must be moved and disposed of by the owner or person hav- 
ing charge or control thereof at least once each month. Any manure 
whether removed from such box or receptacle or not, must not be stored 
or gathered in piles upon any premises within said city, unless for im- 
mediate use thereof as fertilizer for such premises and when so stored 
or gathered, must be used within two days thereafter, provided that the 
provisions hereof relating to such storing or gathering of manure, shall 
not apply to any person keeping the same at a distance of more than 
three hundred feet of any occupied dwelling. 

Sec. 75. Permit to Slaughter Animals. No person shall slaughter 
any neat cattle, sheep, or swine within the City of Redlands without 



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first obtaining a permit so to do from the Health Officer thereof. 

Sec. 76. Requirement Before Issuance of Permit. Before any per- 
mit shall issue, said Health Officer shall require the person to whom 
such permit is issued to establish, construct and maintain a suitable 
place for the slaughtering of such animals, which shall be constructed 
and maintained in such manner and subject to such regulations as said 
Health Officer may prescribe, and said permit shall not issue until such 
Health Officer approves of the place in which the slaughtering is to be 
done. 

Sec. 77. Notice to Health Officer. Before any such animal, the 
meat of which is to be used for human food in said city, is slaughtered, 
the person holding such permit shall give notice to said Health Officer 
at least twenty four hours before such slaughtering is to take place 
that such slaughtering will be done, specify the time and place, when 
and where it will take place. 

Sec. 78. Regulations Relating to Slaughtering. No person shall 
sell, have or keep for sale for human food, or have in possession the 
flash of any such animal unless the same shall have been slaughtered in 
an official establishment under the supervision of a United States Gov- 
ernment inspector in accordance with the regulations relating to the in- 
spection of meat as prescribed by the Department of Agriculture of the 
United States, or under the supervision of the Health Officer, provided 
that whenever any such animal is slaughtered without the limits of said 
city and the meat is brought into the city for sale as human food, and 
the same has not been slaughtered as hereinbefore provided, it shall be 
unlawful for any person to keep for sale or sell any part of the flesh or 
meat thereof unless there shall be stamped upon each separate parcel of 
such meat so brought into said city for sale, the date when and the 
place where slaughtered and if said Health Officer, upon inspection of 
such meat, shall condemn the same as unfit for human food or shall, up- 
on inspection of the place where such animal is slaughtered, find that 
such place is not constructed or maintained in a sanitary condition or 
substantially in accordance with the requirements of slaughtering places 
within said city, or if such Health Officer shall, upon such inspection or 
otherwise, ascertain that diseased cattle are being slaughtered at such 
place for sale as human food or are being purchased for human food by 
the person selling or furnishing such meat to persons within said city to 
be sold therein, he may condemn all meat coming from such place or 
sold or furnished by such person to be sold within said city. 

All such meat so condemned by such Health Officer within said city 
shall be destroyed as provided by Section 99 of this Ordinance and the 
sale of any condemned meat to any person for human food is hereby de- 
clared to be unlawful. 

Sec. 79. Penalty. Any person violating any of the provisions of any 
of this chapter or failing or neglecting to do or perform any of the acts 
or things required to be done or performed by said sections shall be 
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. 

CHAPTER IX. 

REGULATING CARE OF DAIRIES AND SALE OF MILK. 
Sec. 80. Obtaining Permit. 



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Sec. 81. Purity of milk. 

82. Certificate of Health. 

83. Notice to be given City Veterinary. 

84. Report of Diseases to Health Officer. 

85. Adding New Cows to Herd. 

86. Owner to Report Disease to Health Officer. 

87. Rules of Board of Health to be Observed. 

88. Appointment of Veterinary Surgeon. 

89. Selling Without Certificate. 

90. Selling Where Contagious Diseases Exist. 

91. Tagging of Tested Cows. 

92. Penalty. 

93. Duties of Health Officer. 

Sec. 80. Obtaining Permit. It shall be unlawful for any person to 
engage in the business of selling milk in the City of Redlands without 
obtaining a permit so to do as hereinafter provided. 

Sec. 81. Purity of Milk, Cream and Butter. It shall be unlawful 
for any person to sell or offer for sale, or have in his possession for the 
purpose of sale, milk, cream or butter from any diseased cow or any 
cow fed in whole or in part on still slops, or any food calculated to ren- 
der the milk of such cow unwholesome for human food, or milk to which 
water, preservaline, or any other foreign substance has been added, or 
which contains more than eighty-seven (87) per cent of watery fluid, or 
less than nine and a half (9J) per cent solids not fat, or less than three 
and one half (3) per cent fat or milk from which any portion of the 
cream has been removed unless such milk is represented at the time of 
the delivery as "skimmed milk" and the words "skimmed milk" are dis- 
tinctively marked in conspicuous letters upon the outside and near the 
top of each can, measure, or other vessel used in the sale and delivery of 
such skimmed milk. 

No milk shall be sold which is taken from any cow within fifteen 
days before or five after parturition. Milk to be over ten hundred and 
thirty (1030) on lactometer. 

The milk, food and sanitary Inspector as well as the Health Officer 
shall be permitted access at all reaasonable hours to dairies and they 
shall be furnished a sample of milk in proper quantities on demand. 

Sec 82. Certificate of Health. Said permit shall be obtained from 
the City Clerk of said City upon presenting to him a Certificate of 
Health from a Veterinary Surgeon, lawfully qalified to practice his pro- 
fession within the State of California, or the Health Officer of said city, 
issued within two years prior to the date of such license, to the effect 
that the cow or cows producing milk to be offered for sale, are free from 
disease, and that the premises on which the cows are kept are in a clean 
and sanitary condition. The certificate of such Veterinarian must state 
that he has applied the tuberculin. test in a thorough and practical man- 
ner as laid down by the United States Department of Animal Industry 
within three months immediately preceeding the filing of the application 
for such permit, and shall make a statement regarding the results of 
the tuberculin test, upon each cow tested, showing the date and time 
when such test was applied, and the hour of each day when the tem- 
perature us taken and tne temperature sh<>wn at such taking. 



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Sec. 83. Notice to be Given City Veterinarian. Before any such 
test is made, the City Veterinarian or Health Officer shall be notified 
at least twelve hours in advance of the time and place when and where 
such test is to be made and if satisfied that any cow, so tested, is free 
from disease he must endorse his approval upon such Certificate of 
Health. 

Sec. 84. Report of Diseases to Health Officer. It shall be the 
duty of any Veterinarian issuing any such Certificate to immediately re- 
port to the Health Officer of said City, the presence of disease in any 
cow or cows owned by or in the possession, charge or control of the per- 
son applying for such license, and it shall be the duty of the owner, op- 
erator, or person in charge of any dairy supplying the inhabitants of 
said City with milk, to report to said Health Officer the presence of any 
disease among any of its cows. 

Sec. 85. Adding New Cows to Herd. Before any cow or cows 
shall be added to the herd from which the licensee derives his supply of 
milk, the tuberculin test shall have first been applied as provided in Sec- 
tion 82 hereof, and such certificate filed with the City Clerk. 

Sec. 86. Owner to Report Diseases to Health Officer. It shall 
be the duty of the owner, operator or person in charge of any such dairy 
to immediately report to the Health Officer the presence of any contag- 
ious or infectious disease among any member of the family of 
the person supplying milk to the inhabitants of said City or 
among any of his employes, and milk shall not be sold from such dairy 
during the existence of such disease until permission is obtained from 
such Health Officer, which permission shall be granted upon necessary 
precautions being taken to prevent the spread of such contagious or in- 
fectious disease by the sale of such milk. 

Sec. 87. Rules of Board of Health to be Observed. Every person 
obtaining a permit to sell milk as herein provided shall observe in every 
particular the rules, regulations and requirements now or hereafter 
adopted by the Board of Health of said city relating to the care and 
sanitary condition of the dairy from which milk is supplied to the in- 
habitants of said city. 

Sec. 88. Appointment of Veterinary Surgeon. The Boaid of 
Trustees of said city hereby creates the office of City Veterinarian and 
may at any time, by resolution, appoint a Veterinary Surgeon or the 
Health Officer to fill such office. He shall perform such duties as may 
be required of him by said Board, and upon such appointment being 
made, all such certificates or Health shall thereafter be issued by such 
appointee. 

Sec. 89. Selling Without Certificate. It shall be unlawful for any 
person not having a permit as herein provided, to sell milk to any pet son 
without first obtaining a Certificate of Health as herein provided. 

Sec. 90. Selling where Contagious Diseases ExisT:. It shall be 
unlawful for any dealer in milk or cream or his agents to serve milk or 
cream in bottles to any dwelling that has in it any contagious disease or 
that has been placarded by the Health Officer of said city for a conta- 
gious disease until such placard has been removed by the proper author- 



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ity. Milk may be poured from bottle into container for use of such 
dwelling not nearer than twenty (20) feet from such dwelling.. 

Sec. 91. Tagging of Tested Cows. All cows found free from tu- 
berculosis examined under the provisions of this article shall be tagged 
in the right ear by a numbered tag to be furnished by the city. All said 
cows that are found to be tubercular shall be at once removed from said 
tagged cows, and not again herded or placed with or in proximity to them 
or any of them until upon re-examination such cows are found to be free 
from tuberculosis. 

Sec. 92. Penalty. Any person who shall violate any of the fore- 
going provisions of this Chapter shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor. 

Sec. 93. Duties of Health Officer. It shall be the duty of the 
Health Officer to inspect the dairies of every person supplying milk to 
the inhabitants of said city, at least once every three months, and to re- 
port, in writing, the result of such inspection and the condition in which 
he may find such daries to the Board of Trustees of said city. All ex- 
penses incurred in that behalf by the Health Officer shall be paid by the 
City. 

CHAPTER X 
HEALTH AND SANITARY REGULATIONS 

Sec. 94. Appointment of Board of Health. 

95. Duties of Health Officer. 

96. Adopting Rules and Regulations. 

97. Adopting Section 3045, Political Code. 

98. Violation of Rules. 

99. Inspection and Destruction of Meats, etc. 

100. Selling Impure Meats. 

101. Resisting Health Officer. 

102. Landlords Reporting Cases to Health Board. 

103. Reporting Removals to Health Board. 

104. Reporting Deaths to Health Board. 

105. Furnishing Blanks. 

106. Meetings of Board of Health. 

107. Sanitary Surveillance by Health Board. 

108. Disinfecting Premises. 

109. Notice of Contagious Diseases. 

110. Exposed Persons Not to Go in Public. 

111. Reporting Contagious Diseases to-School Authorities. 

112. Visiting Public Institutions by Health Officer. 

113. Reporting Contagious Cases. 

114. Abatement of Nuisances. 

115. Health Board to Determine Existence of Nuisances. 

116. Failure to Abate, Unlawful. 

Sec. 94. Appointment of Board of Health. A Board of Health 
consisting of five members, shall be appointed by the Board of Trustees 
and shall hold office during the pleasure of the trustees. 

Sec. 95. Duties of Health Officer. The Secretary of said Board 
of Health shall be the Health Officer of the city, and it shall be his duty 
to enforce all rules and regulations adopted by said Board and all laws 



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relating to the health and sanitary condition of said city. 

Sec. 96. Adopting Rules and Regulations. Said Board shall from 
time to time, as it may seem necessary, prescribe such rules and regu- 
lations for preserving and maintaining the health of said City, the pre- 
vention of diseases therein, and the spreading of any infectious or con-^ 
tagious disease, including provisions for quarantining infected persons, 
animals, building or localities. 

Sec. 97. Adopting Section 3045, Political Code. Pursuant to the 
provisions of Section 3061 of the Political Code of California, the Board 
of Trustees of said City do her.eby adopt for the period of five years 
from and after the day of the passage of this ordinance, Section 3045 of 
said Political Code, which reads as follows: "The Board of Health may 
locate and establish pest houses, and cause to be removed thereto and 
kept, any person having a contagious or infectious disease; may discon- 
tinue or remove the same, and make such rules and regulations regard- 
ing the conduct of the same as are needful." Provided, that said Board 
of Health shall not have the right to locate and establish pest houses, 
except by and with the consent of the Board of Trustees of said city. 

Sec. 98. Violation of Rules. Any person violating, or refusing to 
comply with any rule or regulation of said Board of Health, adopted pur- 
suant to the provisions of this chapter, shall be deemed guilty of a mis- 
demeanor. 

Section 99. Inspection and Destruction of Meats, Etc. It shall be 
the duty of the Health Officer, and he is hereby empowered to inspect 
any place where meat, fish, game, poultry, or the products thereof, may 
be stored, kept, exposed, or offered for sale, and every establishment 
where meat is manufactured into articles of food, or preserved, cured, 
canned, or otherwise prepared for food, and shall inspect the same, and 
whenever such meat, game, fish, poultry, or the products thereof, shall, 
upon inspection and examination, be found to be tainted, unwholesome, 
impure, adulterated, or corrupted from any cause, or treated with any 
chemical or preservative in any manner injurious to health, said inspec- 
tor shall condemn the same as unfit for human food and shall mark upon 
such articles of food so condemned, the word, "CONDEMNED", and 
shall immediately order the same, by notice in writing, to be removed 
within two hours from the place of business where the same has been 
found by such inspector and destroyed; and every such person so ordered 
to dispose of condemned" meat, fish, game, poultry, or the products there- 
of, shall, within twenty-four hours thereafter, file with said meat Inspec- 
tor a verified statement to the effect that he has removed and destroyed 
such article of food so condemned. The expense of removal and disposal 
shall be paid by the person in whose possession such articles of food are 
found. 

Sec. 100. Selling Impure Meats. It shall be unlawful for any per- 
son to hold, offer, keep, or expose for sale any meat, game, fish, poul- 
try, or any article of food manufactured therefrom which may be im- 
mature, emaciated, tainted, decaying, decayed, putrid, unwholesome, 
infected with any disease, treated with any chemical or preservative in- 
jurious to health or corrupted from any cause whatsoever; or to sell, 



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keep for sale, offer or expose for sale, or keep in his possession at his 
place of business any slaughtered poultry, fish, game, or other animals 
used for food purposes, which has not been drawn and prepared by re- 
moving the viscera at the time of slaughter. 

Sec. 101. Resisting Health Officer. It shall be unlawful for any 
person keeping, or having in his possession, or under his control* any 
meat, h'sh, game, or poultry, or the products thereof, for sale, exposed 
for sale, stored, or maintained, or kept by him, to prevent, resist, op- 
pose, or attempt to prevent, resist or oppose the entrance of the Health 
Officer, or Police Officer, for the purpose of inspecting any of such ar- 
ticles of food, and such officers are hereby authorized to enter into any 
place where any of such articles of food are kept, stored, or offered for 
sale, to inspect the same. 

Sec- 102. Landlords Reporting Cases to Health Board. Every 

householder or manager, or proprietor, or keeper of any boarding house 
or hotel shall report in writing to the Board of Health of said City any 
person in any house or hotel under his charge, having or affected with 
tuberculosis. Such report shall be make within twenty-four hours after 
such person shall stop at such house or hotel and he shall report all 
known facts concerning the illness of such person. 

Sec. 103. Reporting Removals to Health Board. Every person in 
charge or control of any dwelling, apartment house, or place in said 
City shall forthwith report to said Board, in writing, the removal of any 
person afflicted with tuberculosis from such dwelling, apartment house 
or place. 

Sec. 104. Reporting Deaths to Health Board. Every physician, 
undertaker, householder, proprietor, or keeper of any boarding or lodg- 
ing house shall forthwith report, in writing, to said Board the death of 
any person who dies from, ~or while afflicted with tuberculosis or any 
contagious or infectious diseases. 

Sec. 105. Furnishing Blanks. Said Board of Health shall prepare 
printed blanks, the expense of which shall be borne by the City of Red- 
lands, for making reports herein required, and shall furnish and supply 
the same upon demand, and it shall prepare and furnish in like manner 
suitable circulars and information for persons afflicted with tuberculosis 
and those with whom they reside or live, and copies of such circulars 
shall be supplied to all practicing physicians in said city for free dis- 
tribution to their patients, and said Board shall cause said circulars to 
be placed in the hands of all persons so reported to it and all persons 
making such reports. 

Sec. 106. Meetings of Board of Health. The Board of Health 
shall meet at least once each month and the Health Officer of said city 
shall make a report of the affairs of his office to said city whenever re- 
quested so to do by the Board of Trustees of said city. 

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Sec. 107. Sanitary Surveillance by Health Board. If at any time 
in the judgment of the Board of Health it shall become necessary for 
the public safety to assume sanitary surveillance on account of the neg- 
ligence or unwillingness of the attendant who assumes the duties of giv- 
ing instructions, as provided for in the preceding Sections, then said 



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Board of Health shall assume such surveillance and no person shall in- 
terfere with or obstruct the inspection or examination of any building 
or house, or the occupants thereof by the representative of said Board 
of Health, when any case of tuberculosis has been reported as existing 
in said building or house. 

Sec. 108. Disinfecting Premises. It shall be the duty of the Health 
Officer of said city to cause to be thoroughly disinfected by such method 
and in such manner as may be approved by the Board of Health, any 
room or place occupied by any person who may have died from tubercu- 
losis or any infectious or contagious disease or who may have vacated 
any such room or premises, whenever he has knowledge of the death or 
the removal of any such person. 

Sec. 109. Notice of Contagious Diseases. The Health Officer is 
hereby given the right to and shall place or cause to be placed in a con- 
spicious place upon any house or premises, a card or flag where any in- 
fectious or contagious disease may exist, indicating the existence of 
such disease upon such premises, and whenever the Health Officer shall 
cause a card or flag, indicating the existence of any infectious or con- 
tagious disease to be placed upon, or attached to any house or dwelling, 
or upon any premises, it shall be unlawful for any person or persons to 
obstruct the view of, or destroy, deface or remove such card from any 
such building or premises until such time as the Health Officer may 
direct. 

Sec. 110. Exposed Persons Not to Go in Public. It shall be un- 
lawful for any person attending upon or otherwise coming in contact 
with any infectious or contagious disease to such an extent as to render 
him or her liable to communicate such disease to another person, to go 
into any public place or assembly, or mingle with other persons not 
effected with such infectious or contagious disease wearing any infected 
clothing or carrying any material that may convey infection. 

Sec. 111. Reporting Contagious Diseases to School Authorities. 
The Health Officer shall report immediately to the Superintendent of 
Schools and the Librarian of the Public Library the name and location 
of every person whom he may know to be affected with any infectious 
or contagious disease, and no children or other persons who have been 
suffering from or affected with any infectious or contagious disease, or 
who may belong or reside with the family, or in the same house in which 
a person so affected may be located, shall be permitted to visit the Pub- 
lic Library or to attend school, public or private, within the limits of said 
city as long as there is any danger from contagion or infection, and the 
school board, principals or teachers, or other persons in charge in the 
city schools are authorized and required to exclude all such children and 
persons from said schools until such person so excluded shall show a 
permit from the Health Officer, stating there is no longer any danger 

fron contagion or infection. 



Sec. 112. Visiting Public Institutions by Health Officer. The 

Health Officer shall visit the public institutions of the city and the pub- 
lic schools at least once in each quarter, investigating the sanitary con- 
ditions of the same, and make quarterly reports of such examinations to 
the Board of Health. 



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Sec. 113. Reporting Contagious Cases. It shall be the duty of 
any physician, practicing his profession in the City of Redlands, to re- 
port to said Health Officer without any unnecessary delay, the existence 
of any and all infectious or contagious cases in said city that may be un- 
der his care or treatment, including persons afflicted with tuberculosis. 

Sec. 114. Abatement of Nuisances. Whenever the Board of 
Health of the City of Redlands shall declare the existence or mainten- 
ance of any condition, act or thing upon any premises occupied, owned 
or in control of any person, a nuisance, whether public or private, the 
Health Officer of said city shall certify such fact to the Marshal of said 
city, and it shall thereupon become the duty of such Marshal to at once 
serve written notice upon the owner or person occupying or having 
charge or control of such premises to forthwith abate such nuisance, 
and if such nuisance is not abated within twenty-four hours after the 
service of such notice it shall be the duty of the Marshal to summarily 
abate the same. If such premises are unoccupied, or the person in 
charge or control thereof, is unknown to said Marshal, then he shall post 
such notice upon said premises, in lieu of personal service thereof. 

Sec. 115. Health Board to Determine the Existence of Nuisances. 

Whenever such Board of Health shall declare the existence or main- 
tenance of any condition, act or thing, a nuisance, as provided in the 
preceding section, the existence or maintenance of such condition, act or 
thing is hereby declared to be a nuisance. 

Sec. 116. Failure to Abate, Unlawful. It shall be unlawful for any 
person owning, occupying or having charge or control of any premises in 
said city, to fail or neglect for a period of twenty-four hours after the 
service of notice as provided in Section 114 hereof to abate such nuisance. 

CHAPTER XI LICENSES 

Sec. 117. License Fees. 

118. Inter-State Commerce Excepted. 

119. Placing in Wrong Classification. 

120. Furnishing Statement to Marshal. 

121. Penalty. 

122. Report to Clerk. 

123. Settlement with Clerk. 

Sec. 117. License Fees. In the exercise of the police powers of 
said city and for the purpose of revenue and regulations, all and every 
kind of business hereinafter mentioned transacted and carried on within 
the corporate limits of said city, including shows, exhibitions, and law- 
ful games carried on therein, are hereby licensed and a license fee. or 
charge is hereby imposed, payable in advance, at the following rates 
per quarter, unless otherwise fixed herein, to-wit: 

1. For every person engaged in the business of Bill Posting or Ad- 
vertising Sign Painting upon bill boards, $5.00. 

2. For every Phrenologist, Astrologer, Fortune Teller, Clairvoyant, 
Spiritualist, or Spirit Medium, who demands or receives a fee for their 
services and every person engaged in a similar practice or profession, 
charging or receiving a fee for their services, per day, $5.00. 



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3. For every person engaged in the business of dealing in Stocks, 
Margins, Options, or Futures, in any Stock Board, Stock Exchange or 
Stock Market, $100.00. 

4. For every person keeping or conducting or having charge of a 
Shooting Gallery with female attendant, $25.00; without such attendant, 
$4.00 for the first target and $1.00 for each additional target. 

5. For every exhibition such as Lung Testers, Muscle or Weight 
Tester, $10.00. 

6. For every exhibition such as Ball, Knife, or Ring Throwing or 
all similar in character not otherwise fixed, $25.00. 

7. For every Circus or Menagerie or Exhibition of Trained Animals 
connected by or showing with other attractions, $25.00 per day; every 
exhibition of Trained Animals without such other attractions, $15.00 per 
day; every Side Show exhibition where admission is charged, other than 
in public or private halls, $5.00 per day. 

8. For every Musical, Rope, Wire, Dancing, Magic, Contortionist, 
or Legerdemain, Exhibition or Performance or other Street Exhibition 
or Performance where an admission fee or a collection is taken, or goods 
or merchandise of any kind offered for sale or given away and not other- 
wise provided for, $6.00 per day; provided that this subdivision shall not 
include the performance of a theatrical or operatic company. 

9. For every Merry-Go-Round, $2.00 per day. 

10. Every transient Artist, Agent or Canvasser Selling or Soliciting 
Orders for the sale of Books, Paintings; Taking, Making, Enlarging, or 
Furnishing Pictures or Photographs of any description, or selling or 
furnishing coupons or contracts therefor, $5.00 per day. 

11. Every person who shall open, establish, manage, or have charge 
of a place of business of any kind for the sale of Goods, Wares or Mer- 
chandise at Auction; or every Itinerant or Transient Merchant selling or 
offering for sale any Goods, Wares or Merchandise; or every Peddler, 
Hawker, or Other Person, other than a licensed merchant doing busi- 
ness in said city selling or offering for sale or soliciting orders for the 
sale of any Goods, Wares or Merchandise, by samples or otherwise, to 
persons not regularly engaged in carrying on such lines of business, 
$15.00 per day; provided, this subdivision shall not apply to the selling 
or soliciting of orders for the sale of fruits, vegetables, or farm pro- 
ducts; nor to the sale of goods, wares, or merchandise at auction by a 
licensed merchant having maintained a permanent and fixed place of 
business in said city for not less than six months prior to said auction 
sale* 

12. Every person- engaged in the business of selling or offering for 
sale a Bankrupt Stock of Goods, Wares or Merchandise of any kind, not 
having a license under other provisions of this ordinance to sell such 
goods, wares or merchandise at a fixed place of business, $15.00 per day. 

13. For every Auctioneer or person engaged in the Auctioning of 
Goods, Wares or Merchandise, $5.00 per day; provided this Subdivision 
shall not apply to Auctioneers auctioning the goods, wares or merchan- 
dise of a merchant having maintained a permanent and fixed place of 



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business in said city for a period of not less than six months prior to 
such auction sale, or to the auctioning of household goods or farming 
implements at the residence of the owner thereof. 

14. Every Itinerant or Transient Dentist, Doctor or Vendor of any 
Medicine, Drug, Nostrum, Ointment or Appliance of any kind, intended 
for the treatment of diseases, or injuries, who shall by writing, or print- 
ing, or by any other method or device, or at all publicly profess to cure 
or treat diseases, or injury, or deformity by any Drug, Nostrum, or 
Manipulation, or other expedient, or make public demonstration of his 
work, $25.00 per day. 

15. Every person selling, or offering for sale, or giving away any 
Merchandise of any kind, using music or any other device to attract 
crowds, other than a licensed merchant at a fixed place of business, 
$10. 00 per day, except as otherwise provided. 

16. Every person advertising or conducting a Special or Reduced 
Sale of Musical Instruments or Sewing Machines, other than at a fixed 
place of business, established and maintained by such person for a period 
of not less than three months, $15.00 per day. 

17. For every person selling bananas on the public streets, (after 
permit granted therefor,) per day $6.00. 

Sec. 118. Inter-State Commerce Excepted. The provisions of this 
Chapter fixing a license fee shall not apply to Inter-State Commerce, 
nor to persons, who under the law of the State, are entitled to engage in 
any such business without a license. 

Sec. 119. Placing in Wrong Classification. Whenever a license 
shall issue to any person as provided in this Chapter and it shall after- 
wards be found that such person has been placed in the wrong classifi- 
cation by the officer issuing such permit, such person shall not thereby 
be relieved of taking out a new license under the right classification for 
the business so engaged in by him, and paying the license fee as herein 
fixed, (less the amount already so paid) upon notice so to do by the City 
Marshal, nor shall he be relieved of the penalties provided for doing 
business without a proper license therefor. 

Sec. 120. Furnishing Statement to Marshal. Prior to the issuance 
of any license under this Chapter, the Marshal may require of any per- 
son applying for such license or to whom the same is to issue, a verified 
statement from such person, setting forth sufficient facts concerning 
such business as will enable the Marshal to determine the classification 
under which such person comes under the provisions of this Chapter. 

Sec. 121. Penalty. It shall be unlawful for any person to conduct, 
carry on, or do, or perform within the corporate limits of said city any 
business, act or thing in this chapter specified without first having ob- 
tained a license so to do. 

Sec. 122. Report to Clerk. The Marshal shall report to the City 
Clerk every person, firm, association or corporation subject to a license 
as hereinbefore provided, and the said Clerk shall thereupon prepare the 
necessary license therefor, and deliver them, with their amount to the 
Marshal, who shall immediately proceed to collect the same. 



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Sec. 123. Settlement with Clerk. The Marshal shall, on the first 
Monday of each month, settle with the said Clerk for said money received 
by him under this Chapter and immediately pay the same into the treas- 
ury of said city on the order of the Clerk, filing with the Treasurer the 
affidavit required by law in such cases, and taking his receipts for such 
moneys, filing one of such receipts with the Clerk. 

CHAPTER XII TREE COMMISSION. 
Sec. 124. Appointment of Commission. 

125. Power and Authority. 

126. Planting of Trees. 

127. Trimming and Cutting without Permit. 

Sec. 124. Appointment of Commission. There is hereby estab- 
lished a Tree Commission, to consist of five members to be appointed by 
the Board of Trustees and to serve at the pleasure of the Board. The 
executive officer of such Commission shall be known as the Tree Warden. 

Sec. 125. Power and Authority. Said Commission is hereby vest- 
ed with power and authority to take charge of and supervise the care 
and maintenance 6f all public parks and the planting, trimming and re- 
moving of all trees upon the streets and public places of the city, provid- 
ed that said Commission shall, at all times, be subject to the control and 
authority of the said Board of Trustees. 

Sec. 126. Planting of Trees. Said Commission and said Board of 
Trustees, or either of them, shall have the right to direct the kind and 
variety of trees to be planted upon any of said streets and it shall be un- 
lawful for any person to plant upon any such street any trees without 
first obtaining a permit so to do from said Commission or said Board of 
Trustees. 

Sec. 127. Trimming and Cutting without Permit. It shall be un- 
lawful for any person to trim, cut, mutilate or injure any tree, or the 
roots or branches thereof, or injure or impair the growth or life thereof , 
or to install upon any street any telephone pole, electric light, trolley, or 
power pole within six feet of the trunk of any tree growing upon such 
street without a permit so to do first obtained from said Tree Warden, 
or said Commission, or said Board of Trustees; provided that nothing 
herein shall prevent a proper trimming of trees to prevent obstruction 
to pedestrians or public travel, as required by Subdivision 24 of Section 
26 of this Ordinance. 

CHAPTER XIII. 

CONTRACTS WITH AND CLAIMS AGAINST CITY. 
Sec. 128. Contracts, How Signed. 

129. Bonds. 

130. Auditing of Claims. 

131. Itemizing Claims. 

132. Warrant for Payment. 

133. Numbering of Warrants. 

134. Warrants for Salaries. 

135. Payment of Warrants. 

136. Account Kept of Warrants Issued. 

137. Report of Moneys Received by Officers. 

138. Clerk to Prepare Necessary Forms. 



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Sec. 128. Contradls, How Signed. All contracts authorized or 
awarded by the Board of Trustees shall be signed by the President of 
said Board, and attested by the City Clerk for and in behalf of said city, 
unless otherwise provided by law or by said Board. 

Sec. 129. Bonds. The Board of Trustees may, at any time prior to 
the execution of any contract with said city, require the contractor to 
execute to the city a bond, in such amount as said Board may require, 
conditioned for the faithful performance of such contract; which bond 
shall be signed by two sureties satisfactory to said Board, who shall 
justify in double the amount of such bond over and above all statutory 
liabilities, or a surety bond. 

Sec. 130. Auditing of Claims. No claim or demand against the 
City of Redlands shall be paid or ordered paid until the same shall have 
been audited and allowed by the Board of Trustees; and no such claim or 
demand nor any part thereof shall be allowed or ordered paid except by 
a vote to that effect of at least three of such Trustees. 

Sec. 131. Itemizing Claims. Every account, claim or demand against 
the city, excepting those for monthly salaries of its officers, shall be pre- 
sented to the Clerk of the City and shall contain a full and complete 
statement of the items thereof, and shall also, if required by the Clerk, 
be supported by an oath of the claimant that such claim or demand is 
correct and just, and that the services were rendered and that the mate- 
rials, supplies or things were furnished as in the items charged; that the 
amounts are due and that no part of the same has been paid; and it shall 
be the duty of the Clerk to submit the original of such accounts, claims 
or demands to the Board of Trustees at their next meeting after such 
presentation and the action taken by the Board thereon shall be made a 
matter of record in the minutes of the Board and shall also be endorsed 
on such claim or demand by the President. 

Sec. 132. Warrant for Payment. Whenever the Board of Trustees 
shall allow and order paid any claim or demand, either in whole or in part, 
such fact together with the amount so allowed and ordered paid, and the 
fund out of which the same shall be paid, and the date of such allowance 
and order shall be endorsed on such claim or demand by the President of 
the Board, and it shall be the duty of the Clerk to prepare a warrant on 
the Treasurer of the City, which warrant shall be drawn payable to the 
claimant or his order and for the amount ordered paid, and shall specify 
the date of such order, on what account drawn, and the fund out of which 
ordered to be paid; and such warrant shall be signed by the President 
and countersigned by the Clerk of said city. 

Sec. 133. Numbering of Warrants. The Clerk shall have a book 
of blank warrants and whenever any warrant shall be drawn as provided 
in the foregoing Section he shall number the same in its order and note 
on the stub thereof such number and the date, amount, and payee of the 
warrant, the account on which drawn and the fund out of which ordered 
paid; and upon delivering the same he shall require the claimant to re- 
ceipt therefor on such stub. 

Sec. 134. Warrants for Salaries. The Board of Trustees may by an 
order to be entered in its record, direct the drawing of warrants for the 



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amounts of the respective monthly salaries of the officers of the city due 
at the end of the preceeding month, and upon such order being made, the 
necessary warrants shall be drawn and issued in accordance with the 
foregoing provisions of this Chapter. 

Sec. 135. Payment of Warrants. All warrants drawn in accordance 
with the foregoing provisions shall, on presentation to the Treasurer of 
the City by the holder thereof, be paid, provided the amount in the Treas- 
urer's hands of the fund on which drawn shall be sufficient to pay the 
same. All warrants presented and not paid for lack of funds shall be 
registered by the Treasurer so as to show the number, amount, the fund 
on which Tlrawn, the name of the original holder and the date of present- 
ation; and the fact of such presentation and the date thereof shall be en- 
dorsed on the warrant by the Treasurer. All warrants paid shall be so 
stamped by the Treasurer and shall upon his quarterly settlement with 
the Clerk, be returned to said Clerk, who shall credit the Treasurer with 
the amount thereof and receipt to him for the same. 

Sec. 136. Account Kept of Warrants Issued. The Clerk shall note 
in the book of demands and warrants every claim or demand against the 
city disposed of in accordance with the foregoing provisions and shall also 
note therein the final disposition made of the same, the amount thereof 
ordered paid, if any, and the number of the warrant drawn therefor with 
the date thereof, and he shall file all such claims and demands. 

Sec. 137. Report of Moneys Received by Officials. Any Official 
receiving money belonging to the City must report such fact to the City 
Clerk, making at least quarterly settlements with him, and before paying 
the same to the Treasurer must obtain from the Clerk an authorization 
therefor, and filing with the Clerk a duplicate receipt to be issued by such 
Treasurer. 

Sec. 138. Clerk to Prepare Necessary Forms. The City Clerk is 
hereby authorized to prepare such system of checks and receipts as he 
may deem necessary to keep an accurate account of money paid to any 
city official under any provision of this Chapter. 

CHAPTER XIV MISCELLANEOUS. 

Sec. 139. Unlawful Acts, Misdemeanors. 

140. Penalty for Misdemeanors. 

141. Imprisonment in County Jail. 

142. Working upon Streets. 

143. Immunity. 

144. Clerk to furnish Names of Property Owners, When. 

145. Abatement of Nuisances. 

146. Destruction of Gambling Devices. 

147. Reporting Names of School Children on Streets. 

148. Rules for Government of Police Department. 

149. Meaning of word "Street". 

150. Failure or Neglect to Plant Trees, When Unlawful. 

151. No Permit Required to sell Alcohol. 

152. Ordinances Repealed. 

Sec. 139. Unlawful Adls, Misdemeanors. The doing of any actor 
thing herein declared or stated to be unlawful or which is forbidden, 
shall be and the same is hereby declared to be a misdemeanor. 



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Sec. 140. Penalty for Misdemeanors. Any person convicted of a 
misdemeanor, the penalty for which is not otherwise prescribed, shall be 
punishable by a fine of not exceeding $200 or by imprisonment not exceed- 
ing fifty (50) days, or both such fine and imprisonment. 

Sec. 141. Imprisonment in County Jail. Any person sentenced to 
imprisonment or sentenced to pay a fine and in default thereof to be im- 
prisoned, for the violation of any provision of this, or of any Ordinance 
that may be hereafter adopted, may be imprisoned in the county jail of 
San Bernardino County by judgment so pronounced by the Recorder or 
Judge pronouncing sentence. 

Sec. 142. Working upon the Streets. Any person confined in 
either the county or city jail under a judgment of imprisonment for a 
violation of any Ordinance, may be required by an order of the Board of 
Trustees or of the City Recorder to perform labor upon the streets or 
other public work of said City, or if confined in the county jail, to do 
such work as may be required of prisoners confined therein. 

Sec. 143. Immunity. No prosecutions shall be had or maintained, 
under this or any other Ordinance of said City hereafter adopted, against 
any person for or on account of any transaction, matter or thing, or of- 
fense concerning which he may testify or produce evidence as a witness, 
on the part of the prosecution in any case prosecuted against another 
person, nor for or on account of his presence at or participation in any 
act or proceeding as to which he may testify, whether such transaction, 
matter, thing or offense occurred before or after the adoption of this 
Ordinance. 

Sec. 144. Clerk to Furnish Names of Property owners, When. 

The City Clerk shall furnish to the Street Superintendent and City En- 
gineer the names of property owners whenever needed or required by 
them in the performance of any City work. 

Sec, 145. Abatement of Nuisances. Whenever a public nuisance 
is maintained or exists in said City, either under general law or defined 
to be such under this or any other Ordinance of said City, it shall be the 
duty of said Marshal, and he is hereby authorized and empowered to sum- 
marily abate the same by removal, destruction or abatement of the act 
or thing constituting such nuisance. 

Sec. 146. Destruction of Gambling Devices. Whenever said Mar- 
shal shall have reasonable cause to believe that any gambling imple- 
ments, tool or device, or lottery ticket or other paper or thing used for 
gambling purposes in violation of any of the provisions of this Ordinance, 
are in the possession or under the control of any person, and are being 
or have been or are about to be used for gambling purposes, it shall be 
his duty to report the fact to the Recorder of said city under oath, who 
shall forthwith issue his warrant to said Marshal directing him to seize, 
and bring the same before the Recorder, and if it -shall appear to the 
Recorder that the principal uses of the same are for gambling purposes, 
he shall order the same publicly destroyed. 

Sec. 147. Reporting Names of School Children on Streets. 

Whenever any child between the ages of eight and fourteen years shall 
be seen upon the streets of said city during school hours, unaccompanied 



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by some one in charge of such child, it shall be the duty of the Marshal, 
or policeman seeing such child, to obtain its name, name of parents or 
guardian residence, name of school teacher where attending school, and 
reason assigned for not then being in attendance at school, and if such 
officer is satisfied that such child is not attending school at all, he shall 
report the information so secured by him to the Superintendent of Public 
Schools of said City within twenty-four hours thereafter, or to some oth- 
er person designated by said Superintendent to receive the same. 

Sec. 148. Rules for Government of Police Department. The 

Marshal shall provide a set of rules and regulations for the government 
of the police department of the City, and when the same are approved 
or adopted by the Board of Trustees they shall thereupon become and be 
in force in said City, and must be observed by all police officers thereof. 

Sec. 149. Meaning of words "Street" and "Sec.". Whenever the 
word "street" is used in this Ordinance it shall be deemed to include 
avenues, alleys and public grounds; and the abbreviation "Sec." shall 
be deemed to mean "Section". 

Sec. 150. Application of Certain Words. The words "It shall be 
unlawful for any person within said City" preceding subdivision 1, of 
Sections 26, 27, 44 and 45 shall be deemed to apply to each of the subdi- 
visions of said sections with the same force and effect as if said words 
were repeated in each of said subdivisions after the title or heading there- 
of and before the word "to", in each of said subdivisions. 

Sec. 151. Maps of Subdivisions for Acceptance. All maps or 
plats of any subdivision left with the City Clerk for acceptance by the 
Board of Trustees shall be presented to it and he shall endorse such 
acceptance thereon whenever directed so to do by said Board. 

Sec. 152. Requirement before Acceptance. Before any such ac- 
ceptance shall be directed to be endorsed, the following conditions must 
be complied with by the owner or owners of such tract or subdivision, 
to-wit: 

FIRST: All new streets and avenues platted upon any such map or 
plat must be located thereon so as to conform as nearly as practicable 
in width and in continuation of boundary lines, with the streets and ave- 
nues platted upon adjoining tracts or subdivisions. 

SECOND: All streets and avenues platted thereon must be graded to 
the official grade, if established, otherwise to the grade furnished by the 
City Engineer, and all such streets and avenues must be oiled to tha 
satisfaction of said Board. 

THIRD: Curbs and gutters must be constructed upon that part of 
all streets and avenues abutting next to the lots so platted, and all to be 
so constructed in accordance with specifications for like work adopted by 
said City, and upon grades furnished by said City Engineer. 

FOURTH: In place of complying with the foregoing conditions, the 
owner of such subdivision or tract may deposit with the Street Superin- 
tendent of said City in money, an amount sufficient to enable said Street 
Superintendent to do all of said work above provided, which amount shall 
be determined by said Board. If said work is not thereafter fully com- 



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pleted to the satisfaction of said Street Superintendent by such owner 
after the acceptance of such map, the said Street Superintendent shall 
proceed to do said work or such part thereof as shall not have been so 
completed, and use said money or such part thereof as may be necessary 
for the payment of said work, and the balance remaining, if any shall be 
paid over to such owner. 

Said Board may, by resolution, require other or different work than 
that herein provided, in which case such other or different work shall be 
done before any acceptance of any such map. 

Sec. 153, Invalidity of Portions of Ordinances. If any section, 
sentence, clause or phrase of this ordinance is for any reason held to be 
unconstitutional or invalid, such decision shall not effect the validity of 
the remaining portions of this ordinance. The Board of Trustees hereby 
declares that it would have passed this ordinance and each section, sen- 
tence, clause and phrase thereof irrespective of the fact that any one or 
more sections, sentences, clauses or phrases be declared unconstitutional 
or invalid. 

Sec. 154. Power to grant Permit. Whenever a permit is required 
to be obtained from the Board of Trustees under any provision of this 
ordinance said Board may delegate from time to time the right to issue 
any such permit to any officer or officers of said city, and may, at any 
time revoke such right. 

Sec. 155. Fire Limits. The fire limits of the City of Redlands are 
fixed and established as follows: Beginning on the south line of Colton 
Avenue at a point one hundred and fifty feet west of the west line of 
Orange street; thence south to Stuart Avenue; thence west along the 
north line of Stuart Avenue to a point due north of the east line of Third 
street produced north; thence south along the east line of Third street so 
produced and the east line of Third street to the north line of an alley- 
way lying immediately south of Citrus Avenue; thence east along said 
alleyway to Fourth street; thence south and southeasterly along Fourth 
street to Olive avenue; thence northeasterly along Olive avenue to 
Sixth street; thence northwesterly arid north along Sixth street to an 
alleyway lying between State street and Citrus Avenue; thence easterly 
along said alleyway to Seventh street; thence north along Seventh 
street to Central avenue; thence west along Central avenue to Sixth 
street; thence north along Sixth street to Park avenue; thence west 
along Park avenue to an alleyway extending between Orange street and 
Fifth street; thence north along said alleyway, produced to Colton 
avenue; thence west along Colton avenue to place of beginning. 

Sec. 156. Ordinances Repealed. All ordinances in conflict with 
this Ordinance, including the Ordinances hereinafter specificially enum*- 
crated by number, are hereby repealed; provided, that the repeal of any 
of said Ordinances shall not operate to revive any Ordinance repealed by 
any of such Ordinances. 

Ordinances by number specificially repealed: 435, 436, 439, 442, 444, 

445, 449, 454, 458, 462, 464, 465, 466, 471, 472, 473, 478, 481, 482, 483, 485, 

486, 488, 489, 491, 492, 494, 496, 497, 499, 501, 502, 505, 506, 507, 508, 509, 

510, 511, 513, 514, 515, 516, 518, 521, 523, 524, 525, 527, 528, 529, 530, 531, 



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532, 533, 534, 535, 536, 541, 542, 543, 547, 549, 550, 554, 558, 560, 561, 563, 
565, 566, 572, 573, 574, 575. 

Article I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, IX, X, XI, XII, XVII, and XIX, 
except Sec. 290 and 291 of Ordinance No. 430 of said City. 

Sec. 157. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force thirty-one 
days from and after its passage and the City Clerk is hereby directed 
to post the same in the manner required by law. 

GEORGE P. CORTNER, 
PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
OF THE CITY OF REDLANDS. 



ATTEST: C. P. HOOK, 

CITY CLERK OF SAID CITY. 

I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance comprising one hun- 
dred and fifty seven sections, was duly adopted at a regular meeting of 
the Board of Trustees of the City of Redlands. 



C. P. HOOK, 
[SEALl City Clerk. 



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