Louisiana Reports; Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Louisiana Volume 103, PT. 1

Louisiana Reports; Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Louisiana Volume 103, PT. 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ...his four competitors in business can be thus secured the monopoly, in perpetuity, of the livery stable business in Crowley, can not be seriously entertained. State vs. Malmer et aLs., 43 Ann., 496; State vs. Dulaney, 43 Ann., 500; State vs. Garibaldi, 44 Ann., 814; State vs. Sarrad at als, 46 Ann., 703; _State vs. Kuntz, 47 Ann., 107: Tugman vs. City of Chicago, 78 Ill., 409; Dillon on Mun. Corp. (4th Ed.) par. 322. It is said, however, that, by the terms of the ordinance itself, the section by which it was made inapplicable to those keepers of livery stables who were in business before its adoption, is to be regarded as in the nature of an independent enactment, which may be declared null without affecting the other sections, and that the ordinance may he held to apply to all livery stables in Crowley and to require the proprietors of such stables either to close them up, and to go out of business, or else to move them within the territory prescribed by the ordinance. Pretermitting the consideration of the question whether such a method of dealing with the ordinance would be competent, and conceding, arguendo, that the section in question could be eliminated as suggested, we have, remaining, what may be called the main question, i. e., assuming that the ordinance is to apply to all livery stable keepers in Crowley. and that, under its provisions, they will be compelled to move their establishments from the centre of the town to the dis ' Town of Crowley vs. West.. trict designated thei-ein----is the said ordinance a competent exercise of the authority vested in the corporation? We find nothing in the record which would justify us in answering this question in the afiirmative. Ordinances of municipal corporations, purporting to have been...
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 9781236855510