Sec. 54-413. Throwing prohibited. It shall be unlawful for any person to throw, cast, or propel any substance from any aperture, window, door, staircase, balcony, or roof that is eight or more feet above street level onto any public place, way, street, sidewalk, neutral ground or highway within the city. (Code 1956, § 42-80.1)
RS 14:67.5 § 67.5. Theft of crawfish; penalty
A. No person shall knowingly, willfully and intentionally fish or take any commercial crawfish from any crawfish farm, except with the consent of the owner thereof.
B.(1) Whoever commits the crime of theft of crawfish when the misappropriation or taking amounts to a value of five hundred [...]
Sec. 7-187. Preparation of garbage, etc., fed to hogs.
All garbage, refuse, offal or other material other than grain foodstuffs to hogs must be cooked on the premises just prior to the feeding of the hogs.
(Code 1961, § 4-39)
Sec. 106-166. Fishing in parks without permission or during closed season prohibited. It shall be unlawful for any person to kill, take, snare, pursue, catch or have in possession any fish within the limits of the city parks without the authority of the board of commissioners of such parks or during the closed season, as [...]
Sec. 54-409. Drinking during public meetings. (a) It shall be unlawful for councilmembers, board or commission members, directors, and employees of the city, or any other person, to consume alcoholic beverages in the council chamber or any other public meeting room or facility owned, rented or leased by the city during any public meeting as [...]
Sec. 34-28. Prohibited throws. (a) No Mardi Gras parade participant, while participating in a parade on the parade route, in a parade staging area or in a parade disbanding area, shall possess or have in his custody or control any of the following: (1) Any life-threatening objects or safety-threatening objects, including, but not limited to [...]
Sec. 154-1414. One-handed steering. Every rider of a bicycle, tricycle or other vehicle propelled by hand or foot must keep at least one hand on the handlebars of his machine when riding it. (Code 1956, § 38-203) State law references: Similar provisions, R.S. 32:195.
Sec. 3-4. Selling alcoholic beverages to persons in motor vehicles prohibited.
The selling of any alcoholic beverage directly to any person while in, on or otherwise occupying any automobile or other motor vehicle is expressly prohibited within the city.
(Ord. No. 280, 3-14-83)
Sec. 106-222. Electric wires, etc., not to be attached to trees. No person shall attach any electric wire insulator or any device for the holding of any electric wire to any tree growing upon any public highway of the city. Every person having any wire charged with electricity running through a public highway shall securely [...]
Burn injuries and wounds; reports; registry; immunity; penalties
A. The purpose of this Section is to combat arson through the rapid identification and apprehension of suspected arsonists who may suffer burn injuries during the commission of their crimes. It is the further intent of this Section to provide for a central registry for [...]
Sec. 106-215. Animals, use of vehicles. No person shall: (1) Ride horseback or drive cattle on neutral ground or fasten any animal to a tree in a public highway, neutral ground, park, public place, triangle or sidewalk in the city; (2) Cause any animal to stand so that such animal can injure a tree; (3) [...]
RS 14:68.6 § 68.6. Unauthorized ordering of goods or services
A. It is unlawful for any person to intentionally place an order for any goods or services to be supplied or delivered to another person when all of the following circumstances apply:
(1) The person receiving the goods or services has not previously authorized such [...]
Sec. 8-135. Vagrancy.
Vagrancy is hereby declared to be unlawful and the following persons are and shall be guilty of vagrancy:
(1) Habitual drunkards;
(Code 1970, § 10-60)
Sec. 106-212. Cutting, spraying, etc., trees in public places prohibited. No person shall: (1) Cut, prune, break, climb, injure or remove any living tree in a public highway, neutral ground, park, place, triangle or sidewalk; (2) Cut, disturb or interfere in any way with the roots of any tree on a public highway, neutral ground, [...]
Sec. 8-131. Crime against nature.
Crime against nature is unlawful and is:
(1) The unnatural carnal copulation by a human being with another of the same sex or opposite sex or with an animal, except that anal sexual intercourse between two (2) human beings shall not be deemed as a crime against nature when done [...]
Sec. 54-312. Fortunetelling. It shall be unlawful for any person to advertise for or engage in, for a monied consideration, the business of (chronology, phrenology, astrology, palmistry), telling or pretending to tell fortunes, either with cards, hands, water, letters or other devices or methods, or to hold out inducements, either through the press or otherwise, [...]
Unlawful use of a laser on a police officer
A. Unlawful use of a laser on a police officer is the intentional projection of a laser on or at a police officer without consent of the officer when the offender has reasonable grounds to believe the officer is a police officer acting in [...]
Unauthorized use of a movable
A. Unauthorized use of a movable is the intentional taking or use of a movable which belongs to another, either without the other’s consent, or by means of fraudulent conduct, practices, or representations, but without any intention to deprive the other of the movable permanently. The fact that [...]
Sec. 6-16. Defined.
Amusements places are defined, for the purposes of this article, as any business, place or establishment where three (3) or more coin-operated amusements games such as, but not limited to, flipper type machines, target machines, foosball machines and the like are available for the use and enjoyment of the public and the [...]