When the provisions of different ordinances, or of the different portions of any ordinances, conflict with or contravene each other, the provisions and requirements of each ordinance or chapter shall prevail as to all subjects, matters and questions arising out of or embraced within the subject matter thereof. But, if different or conflicting provisions be found in different sections of the same ordinance, the provisions of the section which is last in numerical order shall prevail, unless the construction would be repugnant to or inconsistent with the meaning of the ordinance or chapter.
(Prior Code, § 11.010)