A Digest-index of the Acts of the General Assembly of Louisiana: Beginning with the Regular Session of 1870 and Ending with the Second Extra Session of 1910, and Including Such Local and Special Laws Adopted Prior to 1870 as May Still be of Interest
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Page 34 - ... justice. In order to arrive at this equality and uniformity the General Assembly shall, at its first session after the adoption of this constitution, provide a system of equality and uniformity in assessments, based upon the relative value of property in the different portions of the State. The valuation put upon property for the purposes of State taxation shall be taken as the proper valuation for purposes of local taxation in every subdivision of the State.
Page 272 - Orleans, and of any political corporation which may be established within the territory now, or which may hereafter be, embraced within the corporate limits of said city, shall have the right to choose the public officers, who shall be charged with the exercise of the police power and with the administration of the affairs of said corporation in whole or in part.
Page 215 - An act defining the powers of the several courts of quarter sessions of the peace, within this commonwealth, with reference to the care, treatment and control of dependent, neglected, incorrigible and delinquent children, under the age of sixteen years, and providing for the means in which such power may be exercised.
Page 319 - It is restricted, however, to countries having a population of not less than 200,000 and not more than 400,000, which applies only to St.
Page 325 - ... without permission of the city council is illegal and void, because the discretion vested by such an ordinance in the city council is in no way regulated or controlled, and prescribes no...
Page 283 - Road, on the west side of the New Canal, is a public highway, the acquisition of which, by individuals and corporations, savg for certain purposes, is prohibited by law.
Page 153 - Carey, McG. 289. Property exempted from general seizure may be seized and sold in satisfaction of the debt for which it is pledged, Kyle v.
Page 145 - Right to office is involved only when there is a contest as to the title to an office, Denis v.