Loading...
4950ORDINANCE N0._�� AN ORDINANCE FROHIBITIAG BURIALS IN THAT FART OF OAKLAND CExk:TH.RY THICH WAS ON THE 20th DAY OF MARCH, 1888, DONATED TO THE GRAND UNITED ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS, KNIGH` 9 OF TABOR ORDER OF TWELVE$ TR1r 4.TY LODGE NO 339 ST. JOHNS LODGE NO S, AND RICHMOND LODGE NO 29 EX0Ei4 UNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS AND FOR OTHNR PURPOgEq. ROCK: BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LITTLE Section 1. That it shell be unlawful for the directors of that portion of Oakland Cemetery described in the grant and donation of March 20, 16880 by the City of Little Rock to the colored fraternal lodges named therein, or any other person, to sell .. _ _. to any p0rationa tr-fCcmeter3 Section It s corporation to bury, or cause pe,. son in the above described person or- ersons, associations or cor- n hall be unlawful for any person, firm or to oe buried, the body of any deceased Cemetery without first having secured a permit therefor from the City Clerk of the City of Little Mock, Arkansas. ection 3. The City Clerk of the City of Litt Le Rock shall not issue any permit for any such burial except upon good and sufficient evidence being presented to him that the ,erson or persons desiring to undertake sail burial or that tr.e deceased who is to ,e buried, is the , owne �/�[� /}y, the, lot or plot or bu i 1 parf'OJ�!e inte ded to • a rd for such Try bur al, and that the lot or plot or burial space so intended to be used ftrxxisek ha.s never been used for such purposes before. lection 4. Any Undertaking Company or person, firm or indi- vidual who shall bury, cause to be buried or assist in the burial of the S i body of any deceased person in duch Cemetery without first having complied with the provisions of this ordinance shall upon conviction be deemed guilty of a misdeameanor and shall be fined in any sum not less than Fifty ($50.00) Dollars nor more than One Hundre& ($100.00) Dollars, for each offense. Section 5. This ordinance shad be in force and take effect from and after the date of i Passed: passa. e. Mayor. k CITY OF LITTLE ROCK p Date 193. — ROLL CALL —CITY COUNCIL — Official Year 1931 -1932. WARDS I!Names of Aldermen' Long Term ]First Votes II Horace A. Knowlton �; Aye No FIRST WARD Connor, C. M. King, C. M. SECOND WARD Tuohey, J. H. Leiser, H. G. II % 4 -2020 MUNICIPAL JUDGE Harper E. Harb II 4 -3886 CITY ATTORNEY II Linwood L. Brickhouse II 4 -1123 CITY CLERK I THIRD WARD FOURTH WARD FIFTH WARD Muswick, George CITY COLLECTOR Wassell, Sam M. _ CHIEF OF POLICE Winder, Ray CHIEF OF FIRE DEPARTMENT II Adkins, Homer M. Turner, Roy C. G II CITY HEALTH OFFICER Lange, Wm. K. CITY VETERINARIAN II SIXTH WARD Shoffner, E. G. I` 5402 I jug Duttlinger, C. H. Geo. D. Ellis 5402 SEVENTH WARD Adams, George G. _ Ewell Hopkins Baird, J. P. )01 MEAT INSPECTOR 11 EIGHTH WARD Fisher, Merlin II 6485 II PLUMBING INSPECTOR Conner, Mrs. C. C. E. L. Gruber 4 -3000 NINTH WARD Gladden,. J. R. Lester E. Newland Griffin, Leo H. CI CITY OFFICERS AND DEPART- II Office I� REMARKS MENT HEADS II Phone 1 MAYOR Horace A. Knowlton �; 4 -8416 - -° CITY TREASURER II Oscar D. Hadfield II 4 -2020 MUNICIPAL JUDGE Harper E. Harb II 4 -3886 CITY ATTORNEY II Linwood L. Brickhouse II 4 -1123 CITY CLERK I John L. Krumm I, 9613 CITY COLLECTOR James Lawson I I 4 -1466 _ CHIEF OF POLICE J. L. Bennett I 4 -1234 I II CHIEF OF FIRE DEPARTMENT II Charles S. Hafer II 4 -2851 II CITY HEALTH OFFICER Dr. Chas. R. Moon (, 5402 CITY VETERINARIAN II Dr. T. M. Dick I` 5402 MILK AND DAIRY INSPECTOR II Geo. D. Ellis 5402 CHIEF FOOD INSPECTOR Ewell Hopkins it 5402 II MEAT INSPECTOR A. F. Coots II 6485 II PLUMBING INSPECTOR E. L. Gruber 4 -3000 II CITY ELECTRICIAN Lester E. Newland �! 4 -3508 CI II WER H. Ma ak 4 -3000 PARKS AND SANITATION �� R. C. Rudisill 6813 f' _ SUPT. HOSPITAL IITK II 7176 CITY LIBRARIAN II Miss Vera Snook 8932 I) INSPECTOR WEIGHTS & MEASURES J. E. Nothwang 4 -3508 II Official term of Mayor, City Treasurer, Municipal Judge and appointive officers, expires in April, 1933; City Attorney and City Clerk in April, 1932. (Over) 3 CITY OF LITTLE ROC, / f %f 1 3— 9 Date ROLL CALL —CITY COUNCIL — Official Year 1931 -1932. Names of Alderme I Votes II Long Term First WARDS.- Aye No —I Connor, C. M. II� III �L--- FIRST WARD King, C. M. Tuohey, J. H. WARD SECOND Leiser, H. G. Muswick, George THIRD WARD Wassell, Sa_ m M. -- - Winder, Ray FOURTH WARD Adkins, Homer M. II Turner, Roy C. ' FIFTH WARD Lange, Wm. K. Shoffner, E. G. SIXTH WARD Duttlinger, C. H. _ Adams, George G. I II SEVENTH WARD Baird. _ • P. Fisher, Merlin y l� EIGHTH WARD Conner, Mrs. C. C. Gladden, J. NINTH WARD Griffin, Leo H. i OFFICERS AND DEPART- II Office Il REMARKS CITY MENT HEADS ll Phone ►__ -_ MAYOR Horace A. Knowlton ii 4 -8416 „ CITY T AER SURER II 4 -2020 Oscar D. Hadfield -- MUNICIPAL JUDGE II 4 -3886 Harper E. Harb CITY ATTORNEY II 4_1123 II ` Linwood L. Brickhouse _ CITY CLERK 1I 9613 1� John L. Krumm — -Y COLLECTOR II 4_1466 II James Lawson _ __ CHIEF OF POLICE II I 4 -1234 II J. L. Bennett CHIEF OS 1KRTMENT II 4 -2851 II Charles Hafer CITY HEALTH OFFICER ii 5402 Dr. Chas. R. Moon CITY VETERINARIAN 5402 Dr. T. M. Dick MILK AND_ DAIDREIIINSPEC TOR Ili 5402 CHIEF pN�SECTOR `I 5402 lI EF�OODi ell MEAT INSPECTOR II 6485 II A. F. Coots TOR PLUMBING INSPEC 4 -3000 II II E. L. Gruber CITY ELECTRICIAN Lester E. Newland__ _ II 4 -3508 II CITY ENGINEER II 4 -3000 II W. H. Marak — PARKS AND SANITATION II 6813 II R. C. Rudisill PITAL SUPT. HI K F II 7176 Oa CITY LIBRARIAN II 89_3.2 II Miss Vera Snook -v&-- MEASURES jl II °°-- -- 4 -3508 _;*;rera_ eRDlres in April, CITY OF LITTLE RO { / Date ` 193 — ROLL CALL —CITY COUNCIL — Official Year 1931 -1932. WARDS Names of Alderme I Long Term First Votes II 5402 Aye I No Connor, C. M. CHIEF FOOD INSPECTOR iI Ewell Hopkins 5402 MEAT INSPECTOR - - -- — FIRST WARD King, C. M. PLUMBING INSPECTOR II E. L. Gruber SECOND WARD Tuohey, J. H. Leiser, H. G. I T II _ THIRD WARD Muswick, George Wassell, Sam M. Winder, Ray FOURTH WARD Adkins, Homer M. ' FIFTH WARD Turner, Roy C. 3 I II Lange, Wm. K. SIXTH WARD Shoffner, E. G. Duttlinger, C. H. SEVENTH WARD Adams, George G. I 9 II Baird, J. P. - - - -- --- - - - - -- - Fisher, Merlin EIGHTH WARD Conner, Mrs. C. C. Gladden, J. R ,5 NINTH WARD i Griffin, Leo H. CITY OFFICERS AND DEPART- Iy Office I� ARKS MENT HEADS I Phone MAYOR Horace A. Knowlton tt , „ 4 -8416 CITY TREASURE yyt 4'4 ll II Oscar D. Ha(Y i�a '� t -2020 MUNICIPAI ,at` 4 -3886 II Harper '1 � Gti CITY _t., tiro os G�ti9 Linwoaa9�a �I 4 -1123 II v pk� ` 9613 ,' {v ``0 _ II 4 -1466 9 �1cGti� 4 -1234 — C1 ,PARTMENT riafer II 4 -2851 II - , C1 A-1 OFFICER II c- R_ Moon II 5402 CIT), d,TERINARIAN II Dr. T. M. Dick 5402 MILK AND DAIRY INSPECTOR II Geo. D. Ellis 5402 CHIEF FOOD INSPECTOR iI Ewell Hopkins 5402 MEAT INSPECTOR II A. F. Coots 6485 PLUMBING INSPECTOR II E. L. Gruber 4 -3000 --Lester E. Newland jl 4 -3508 11 CI W H MarakER I 4 -3000 II 6813 SUPT. CITY HOSPITAL 'I 7176 H. K. Ford Miss Vera _Sno_ok 11 8932 _ II IrT – ?c MEASURES iI II ng 4 -3508 City Treasurer, Municipal Judge and appointive officers, expires in April, City Clerk in April, 1932. (Over) s 0l)k'6 1,T Trt� w i S KA NSt•9'. HORACE A. KNOWLTON MAYOR March 9, 1932. Honorable Members of the City Council: I am returning, with ray disapproval, Ordinance No. 4950, passed by you at a meeting held February 29, 1932. My reason for so doing is: Section 1 of said ordinance provides: "That it shall be unlawful for the directors of that portion of Oakland Cemetery described in the grant and donation of March 20, 1888, by the City of Little Rock to the colored fraternal lodges named therein, or other person, to sell any lot or plot of burial space or ground to any person or persons, associations or corporations in such ceraetery." I think it has been overlooked that this is an interference with property rights, as anyone owning an unused lot and desiring to sell it or any fractional part thereof certainly has legal right to do so. Beyond question, a serious situation exists at Fraternal Cemetery, and there is ample grounds for drastic steps to be taken. If you see fit to sustain this veto, I am requesting that the accompanying ordinance be submitted for your consideration. This ordinance was prepared following a survey by the City Engineer,esta.blishing a high -water boundary, and contains an inhibition as to sale of 4�. Page .2. Clty Council. 3 -9/-32. L7'TTL NS HORACE A. KNOWLTON MAYOR lots, also 'ouria.ls beyond that boundary. This, with emorcement of other regulations, will go far towards correcting the evil of which complaint is made. Respectfully, HAK:VT Mayor. 17 - -r +�"�