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No. 1. From D'Oyley's wharf to Frink's wharf, both included, and the Bay opposite thereto.
No. 2. From Frink's wharf to Cochran's wharf, both included, and the Bay opposite thereto.
No. 3. From Cochran's wharf to Mey's wharf, both
included, and the Bay opposite thereto. Rates for dray 10. That the following rates for every dray load
be allowed, viz.
or from any place of a division to any part of
12 From any part of one division to any part of the adjoining division,
18 From any part of division No. 1, to any part of division No. 3.
37 From Gadsden's wharf, to division No. 3, 37 Do. to division No. 2,
to division No. 1, 50 From any of the wharves to the north side of
Broad-street, as far as the west side of Meeting
street, and both sides of Broad-street, 121 From any of the wharves to any part of the city,
between the west side of Meeting-street, and
25 From any of the wharves from the north side of
Broad-street to the north side of Ellery-street,
121 From any of the wharves from the nosth side of
Broad-street west side of King-street, north side
of Hazell-street, west side of Meeting-street. 25 From any of the wharves from the north side of
Broad-street, Ashley river, north side of Beau-
32 From any of the wharves between the north side
Ellery-street and Boundary-street, to west side
124 From any of the wharves between the north side
of Hazell-street, west side of King-street, north
From any of the wharves between the north side Cts.
of Beaufain-street, west side of - King-street,
street, and city lands, and Boundary-street, 13 From any of the wharves between the north side
of Beaufain-street, Ashly river, west side of Pitt
street, north side of Boundary-street, 37 From any wharf on South-Bay, to north side of Tradd-street,
any wharf south of the governor's bridge, 162 From do. to any wharf north of the governor's bridge,
43 And to and from any other place not above men
tioned, in proportion with the above rates and
11. That for every full cart or dray load of produce, Rates not paror goods, wares, merchandize and commodities what-merated,
&. sover, not heretofore particularly enumerated, to or from any place as above specified (not described in the above rates) a sum shall be paid proportionably
to the rates for carting of lumber as mentioned in this 5 ordinance.
12. That if any owner or driver of carts, drays or Penalty freni other carriages for hire, shall demand or receive any demanding greater rates, price or prices, for the carriage of any of frenter ratex the articles mentioned in the eighth and tenth clauses of this ordinance, than are or may be heretofore allowed; the person so offending, if white, or a free person of colour, shall for every such offence pay a fine of five dollars, and if a slave, his owner or employer shall pay a like sum, and on refusal to pay the same, the said slave shall be proceeded against as is provided in the third clause.
13. Whereas, from the number of horses running at large in the streets, and on the wharves of the city, the lives of the citizens are thereby endangered, Be it therefore ordained, That from and immediately after the passing of this ordinance, no horse or horses shall
Horses not be permitted to run at large, or be driven through the permitted to run at large streets of the city without being properly bridled or To be driven haltered, and led by some person or persons capable with liebridle of managing them; and any owner or person halter, &c.
the care and management of any horse or horses, ofPenalty.
fending herein, shall forfeit and pay for every such offence, a sum not exceeding two dollars, on the information of any constable or other person, to be reco
vered and applied as before directed. And the City Marshal's duty
Marshal, his deputy or any other person is hereby au-
such offence, the sum of five dollars, besides the aforesaid fine, to be recovered as aforesaid.
14. That on the first Monday in December in every Rates may be year, or on the first meeting of Council thereafter, the
foregoing rates may, if there be any material rise or fall in the price of grain, fodder or other articles of life, be revised and altered, and carts, drays and wag. gons, driving for hire within the city, shall be regulated by the rates that may be then established.
15. That all ordinances heretofore passed, regulat
ing carts, drays, and other carriages, or preventing Repeal.
ing persons from driving or riding improperly through the streets, be, and the same is hereby repealed.
altered and revised.
1. Be it ordained, That no person driving a 'cart, 13, 1806. dray or waggon, shall be permitted to drive the same
in any of the streets, or open places in Charleston, Persons not to faster than a walk ; and no person, riding on horse than a walk, back, or driving a chaise, curricle, or other carriage,
shall be permitted to ride or drive the same, in any of the streets or open places in Charleston, faster than a walk, moderate trot, or pace, and to turn round the
corner of any street faster than a walk, undera penalty Penalty.
of five dollars for each and every such offence, if the offender be a white person ; Provided however, that any such person proving, to the satisfaction of any one of the City Wardens, that he was compelled, by cer
1 tain urgent cause or causes, to ride or drive faster
than as above prescribed, shall not be liable to a prosecution for the same.
2. That every white person, applying to the City Persons apTreasurer for a licence for letting, or driving on bire, plying for a li a cart, dray, waggon, or other carriage, conformades to make bly to the first clause of “An Ordinance to amend outh." “ an Ordinance, entitled “ An Ordinance for regu
lating carts, drays, waggons and carriages, within " the city and for other purposes,” shall take an oath before the City Treasurer, if a magistrate, or before one of the Wardens of the city, that he, the applicant, is truly and bona fide the owner of the cart; dray, waggon, or other carriage, as the case may be, for which he wishes to obtain a licence. And any white person taking such oath before a Warden, the same to the shall produce to, and deposit with the City Treasur- City Treasurer, the original affidavit, certified by such Warden. er, ds. And every free person of colour, applying to the Ci- People of coty Treasurer for a licence as aforesaid, shall produce lour to be reto him a certificate, signed by at least three respectable inhabitants of the city, that the said free person of colour is truly and bona fide the owner of said cart, dray, waggon, or other carriage, as the case may be, for which he wishes to obtain a licence; which said certificate shall be deposited with the City Treasurer.
3. That every public chair, chaise, or other public Carriaşes for carriage, having two wheels, curricles excepted, let, bire to bave a plying or driven for hire, shall have the number of ber the licence, granted for it by the City Treasurer, painted in legible figures, not less than three inches long, on the after part of each shaft, and upon the outside square thereof, so as to be easily seen. And every four wheeled carriage, let, plying or driven for hire, shall have the number of the licence, granted for it by the City Treasurer, painted in legible figures, not less than three inches long, on each side of the body of the carriage, so as to be easily seen. And every curricle, let, plying or driven for hire, shall have the number of the licence granted for it by the City Treasurer, painted in legible characters, not less than three inches long, on the back part of the body, so as to be easily seen, under a penalty of not less than
the Treasurer in their licentes.
Penalty iwelve, por more than twenty dollars, payable by the
owner thereof, for every day or part of a day, on which any such public chair, chaise, carriage, or curricle, shall be let, plying or driven for hire, without such figured number.
4. That no public chair, chaise, curricle or other Public carri-carriage, as aloresaid, shall stand or ply for hire in mitted to stand any streel of the city, except at such station therein, Bizanychlasei
, as shall be assigned to it by the City Marshall under expressed by the direction of the Intendant. And it shall be the
duty of the City Treasurer, to express in every licence, granted by him for any public chair, chaise, curricle, or other carriage, the stand or station, which the same shall respectively occupy, when exposed to. hire. And whenever any such public chair, chaise, curricle, or other carriage, sliall stand or ply for hire at any other station in the streets of Charleston, than the one assigned to it as aforesaid, or be placed otherwise at such station, than as directed by the City Marshal, the owner of such chair, chaise, curricle,
or other carriage, shall for each and every such ofPenalty fence, forfeit and pay to the use of the city, the sum
of three dollars.
5. That every person to whom a licence shall be ing licences to
hereafter granted, under and by virtue of the above give bond, &c. cited ordinance, shall be obliged to give bond in the ment of fines. sum one hundred dollars, with such surety as shall
be required and approved of by the City Treasurer, wherein and whereby such person and his surety shall jointly and severally bind themselves to the City Council of Charleston, that they and either of them, their and either of their heirs, executors, and administrators, will at all times, while such licence is of force, be liable and responsible for the payment of any fine, and all fines, incurred or to be incurred, for any and every offence against this and the above cited ordinance, or any part of them, or either of them, whether such offence or offences be committed by the person, obtaining such licence, or by
person or persons whatever (either bond or free) who shall or may be driving the cart, dray, waggon, or other carriage, to which such licence refers. And the City Treasurer shall never issue a licence of