Sec. 106-217. Planting of trees, etc., in public places by private persons. No shade or ornamental tree or shrub shall be planted in any of the public highways, sidewalks, streets, neutral grounds or public places of the city by any person without the written permission of the parkway and park commission and any tree, plant or shrub planted by any person shall become the property of the city or the commission may order such tree, shrub or other plant to be removed from the public highway, sidewalk or neutral ground or public places; such removal to be at the expense of the person who planted such tree or shrub. (Code 1956, § 43-27)
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. 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,…