An Act Relating To, Regulating, and Providing for the Government of Cities, Towns, Boroughs, and Other Municipalities Within this State: Approved April 25th, 1911. Chapter 221--laws of 1911

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MacCrellish & Quigley, state printers, 1911 - Municipal finance - 23 pages
 

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Page 17 - Within ten days from the date of filing such petition the city clerk shall examine and from the voters' register ascertain whether or not said petition is signed by the requisite number of qualified electors, and, if necessary, the council shall allow him extra help for that purpose; and he shall attach to said petition his certificate, showing the result of said examination. If by the...
Page 14 - It shall be the duty of the City Clerk to furnish upon application a reasonable number of forms of individual certificates of the above character.
Page 18 - In case the party who receives the highest number of votes should fail to qualify within ten days after receiving notification of election, the office shall be deemed vacant.. If the incumbent receives the highest number of votes, he shall continue in office.
Page 20 - ... the same shall thereupon be suspended from going into operation, and it shall be the duty of the council to reconsider such ordinance ; and if the same is not entirely repealed, the council shall submit the ordinance, as is provided by Sub-section B...
Page 20 - No ordinance passed by the council, except when otherwise required by the general laws of the state or by the provisions of this act, except an ordinance for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health or safety, which contains a statement of its urgency and is passed by a two-thirds vote of the council, shall go into effect before ten days from the time of its final passage...
Page 10 - No such officer or employee shall accept or receive directly or indirectly, from any person, firm or corporation operating within the territorial limits of said city, any interurban railway, street railway, gas works, water works, electric light or power plant, heating plant, telegraph line or telephone exchange, or other business using or operating under a public...
Page 9 - Every ordinance or resolution appropriating money or ordering any street improvement or sewer, or making or authorizing the making of any contract, or granting any franchise or right to occupy or use the streets, highways, bridges or public places in the city for any purpose...
Page 17 - ... and that each signature to the paper appended is the genuine signature of the person whose name it purports to be.
Page 17 - The signatures to the petition need not all be appended to one paper, but each signer shall add to his signature his place of residence, giving the street and number. One of the signers...
Page 16 - The holder of any elective office may be removed at any time by the electors qualified to vote for a successor of such incumbent. The procedure to effect the removal of an incumbent of an elective office shall be as follows : A petition signed by...

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