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BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Title 22

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Title 22
PARKS, RECREATION AND FORESTRY

Chapters:
 
22.04 Director of Parks, Recreation and Forestry
 
22.05 Operation Brightside Agency
 
22.08 Division of Parks
 
22.12 Division of Recreation
 
22.16 Park Regulations
 
22.18 Curfew in Parks
 
22.20 Concessions
 
22.22 Beverage Cans or Bottles in Public Places
 
22.23 Beverage Bottles in Public Parks
 
22.24 Use of Facilities by Organized Groups
 
22.28 Zoological Park
 
22.32 Park Rental and Leasing
 
22.36 Dwight F. Davis Tennis Tournament Center
 
22.40 Park Assembly Permits
 
22.42 Park, Square or Plaza Land Use
 
22.44 Designation of Parks and Other Recreational Facilities

22.48 Division of Forestry

Charter:

Art. I 1 (14) Authority to establish parks
 
Art. I 1 (32) Power to provide and maintain recreative institutions
 
Art. VII 1 Origin of office
 
Art. XIII 14-B Department of parks, recreation and forestry.
 
Scheme 10 Title to parks transferred to city

V.A.M.S.:

90.010 Parks--Establishment, maintenance
 
90.020 Park lands--Condemnation

Cases:

A city ordinance prohibiting the operation of any manufacturing establishment by steam, electricity, gas or other motive power within 600 feet of a city park, was invalid for unreasonableness. City of St. Louis v. Dreisoerner, 147 S.W. 998 (1912).
 
Contribution of city's funds to United States for acquisition and construction of national public park in city held valid. Vrooman v. City of St. Louis, 88 S.W. 2d 189 (1935).

McQuillin:

28.50 et seq. Pubic parks and squares

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