A.   Recordation, Indexing: All ordinances passed by the president and board of trustees of the village shall be deposited in the office of the village clerk, and shall be duly recorded by such clerk in the record book of ordinances and appropriately indexed by their titles and subjects.
   B.   Publication, Time Of Taking Effect: All ordinances of the village imposing any fine, penalty, imprisonment or forfeiture, or making any appropriation, shall:
      1.   Be printed in book or pamphlet form, published by authority of the president and board of trustees; or
      2.   Be published at least once within ten (10) days after passage, in one or more newspapers published in the village, or if no newspaper is published therein, then in one or more newspapers with a general circulation within the village. No such ordinance shall take effect until ten (10) days after it is so published, except that an ordinance imposing a municipal retailers' occupation tax adopted under 65 Illinois Compiled Statutes 5/8-11-1 or effecting a change in the rate thereof shall take effect on the first day of the month next following the expiration of the ten (10) day publication period. However, ordinances establishing rules and regulations for the construction of buildings or any part thereof, or for the development or operation of camps accommodating persons in house trailers, house cars, cabins or tents where such rules and regulations have been previously printed in book or pamphlet form, may, by their terms, provide for the adoption of such rules and regulations or portions thereof by reference thereto without further printing or publication, if not less than three (3) copies of such rules and regulations in book or pamphlet form have been filed in the office of the village clerk for use and examination by the public at least thirty (30) days prior to the adoption thereof. All other ordinances, resolutions and motions shall take effect upon their passage unless they otherwise provide.
   C.   Filing And Preservation Of Originals: The village clerk shall file and carefully preserve the originals of all ordinances deposited in his office. (1987 Code)