Chapter 51. Marriage ARTICLE 1. General Provisions. § 51-3.
Want of capacity; void and voidable marriages. All marriages between any two persons nearer of kin thanfirst cousins, or between double first cousins, or between a maleperson under 16 years of age [...]
The idea is to prohibit, say, the highway or tobacco lobbies from calling themselves “Citizens for Good Government.”
105-187.21. Tax imposed.
A privilege tax is imposed on a white goods retailer at a flat rate for each new white good that is sold by the retailer. An excise tax is imposed on a new white good purchased outside the State for storage, use, or consumption in this State. The rate of the privilege [...]
It’s not clear what the permit is for, but they may be on to something.
14-309.8. Limit on sessions.
The number of sessions of bingo conducted or sponsored by an exempt organization shall be limited to two sessions per week and such sessions must not exceed a period of five hours each per session. No two sessions of bingo shall be held within a 48-hour period of time. No more [...]
Sec. 12-43. Vehicles not to be driven on sidewalks.
The driver of a vehicle shall not drive upon any sidewalk area, except on driveways across such sidewalks.
A marl bed may not be what you think. It is a kind of rock quarry.
Sec. 5-8. Use of vehicles.
It shall be unlawful for any person to enter the city cemeteries with a vehicle, except for the purposes of carrying material to make graves, building monuments, carrying tombstones or other material for ornamental purposes, transporting a dead body for interment, conveying therefrom a dead body exhumed, or other legitimate [...]
14-293. Allowing gambling in houses of public entertainment; penalty.
If any keeper of an ordinary or other house of entertainment, or of a house wherein alcoholic beverages are retailed, shall knowingly suffer any game, at which money or property, or anything of value, is bet, whether the same be in stake or not, to be [...]
131.03 LOITERING NEAR JAILS AND POLICE STATIONS.
It shall be unlawful for any person, under pretext of exercising his right to be on the public streets, to loiter on or near the premises of any jail or police station of the Town for the purpose of prying therein or holding surreptitious communication with any of [...]