The first regulations for carriages in Tehran

The first transportation regulations in Iran:
The first regulations of transportation in Iran were ratified under “The transportation regulations of public carriages”, enforcing their owners to install number plates and observing the related regulations. According to the mentioned regulations, the drivers of the carriages had to obtain carriage driving licenses.
Some of the regulations of carriage drivers in old Tehran in a not very old times:
Article 1: Driving carriages in the cities is forbidden without the permission of the police
Article 4: The number plate in Farsi should be installed at the back of the carriage
Article 6: The carriage should be clean, and its seats should be either in leather, velvet, or broadcloth
Article 7: The carriage should be equipped by a horn or warning bell
Article 8: The carriage horse should be strong and not affected to contagious diseases
Article 9: Using untrained and ill-tempered horse for the carriage is forbidden
Article 16: The age of the carriage driver should not be less than 23
Article 18: The carriage drivers are exempted from wearing uniforms, but they should wear hats
Article 20: The tip of the carriage driving whips should not be in metal or using knots
Article 22: The drivers should respect the passengers during getting in or getting off the carriages by taking their hats off
Article 24: The drivers should not drink during driving
Article 26: Disrespect, bad behavior, and violence against passengers are extremely forbidden
Article 32: The carriage should move on the right hand side of the road
Article 34: The carriage should be moved very slowly on downward slopes
Article 35: On stopping, the driver should hold his right hand with the whip for the driver behind him to be informed
Article 37: The driver should only receive the right rate of fare
Article 46: Transporting dead bodies by the carriages is forbidden