The Caddo Herald
June 5, 1925
Ordinance No. 85
Ordinance concerning driving, parking of cars, or motor-driven vehicles on the streets of the town of Caddo, Oklahoma, providing a penalty for the violation thereof and declaring an emergency.
Be it ordained by the board of trustees of the town of Caddo, Oklahoma:
1st. All motor vehicles shall be parked to the curb at an angle.
2nd. A no-parking zone is hereby established for a distance of five feet on each side of each fire plug. No parking shall be permitted closer than five feet from crossings. No parking shall be permitted in front of garages and filling stations. The board of trustees may, from time to time, by proper order, as the emergencies arise, create other no parking zones for such time as they may desire.
3rd. All traffic shall keep to the right of the center of the streets.
4th. All vehicles turning to the right into another street or alley shall turn the corner as near to the curb as practicable.
5th. All vehicles turning to the left into another street or alley shall pass beyond the center of the intersecting street before turning.
6th. Buffalo Street in the business district shall be kept free of all obstructions and no car, truck, buggy, wagon, or any other kind of vehicle shall be allowed to stop on said street except that cars may be parked next to the curb and other vehicles may be stopped for the purpose of unloading passengers or freight.
7th. No horses or horse-drawn vehicles shall be allowed to stop or hitch on Buffalo Street between Main and Arkansas Streets.
8th. No vehicle shall be turned around on the business streets except at street crossings and turning shall not be allowed in the resident streets when traffic is heavy.
9th. All cars proceeding east on Buffalo Street shall be required to come to a complete stop before crossing or turning into Arkansas Street.
10th. Speed limit shall be 10 miles in business district and 18 miles in resident district.
11th. Reckless driving shall not be allowed at any speed either in the business or resident district.
Any person violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall, upon conviction, be fined in any sum not less than five dollars or more than twenty-five dollars.
All ordinances or parts of ordinances, in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.
An emergency is declared to exist by reason whereof it is necessary in order to preserve the peace, health, and safety of the town of Caddo, Oklahoma, that this ordinance take effect and be in full force from and after its passage, approval, and publication.
Passed and approved this the 2nd day of June, 1925.
G. B. Moran
President of the Board of Trustees
Attest: G. B. Braudrick, Clerk
Publish, June 5th, 1925