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A. Ordinances Printed In Book Or Pamphlet Form: Whenever an ordinance imposing any fine, penalty, imprisonment or forfeiture or making any appropriation shall be printed in book or pamphlet form, published by authority of the council, the director of the department charged with the administration of such ordinance may impose a reasonable price commensurate with the cost of the printing thereof for the distribution of such book or pamphlet to the public, and may furnish complimentary copies thereof to any law enforcing officers or other agencies deemed necessary in the interests of the city. (1956 Code § 1-1-6)
B. Record And Memorandum Required:
1. The city clerk shall record, in a book used exclusively for that purpose, all ordinances passed by the council. Immediately following each ordinance, the city clerk shall make a memorandum of the date of the passage and the publication, where required, of the ordinance. (1956 Code § 1-1-7)
2. The record and memorandum required by the preceding subsection, or a certified copy thereof, shall be prima facie evidence of the contents, passage and the publication or posting of ordinances. (1956 Code § 1-1-8)
C. Proof Of Ordinances:
1. The contents of all city ordinances, the date of passage and the date of publication or posting, where required, may be proved by the certificate of the city clerk, under the seal of the city.
2. Whenever city ordinances are printed in book or pamphlet form, and purport to be published by authority of the city council, such book or pamphlet shall be prima facie evidence of the contents, passage and legal publication of such ordinances, as of the dates mentioned in such book or pamphlet, in all courts and administrative tribunals.
D. Enacting Style Of Ordinances: The enacting style of all ordinances shall be: "Be it ordained by the council of the city of Carbondale". (1956 Code § 1-1-9)
E. Provisions Construed As Of Existing Ordinances: The provisions appearing in this code, so far as they are substantially the same as those of the revised ordinances of the city of Carbondale, 1929, or the code of the city of Carbondale, 1956, or the Carbondale revised code, 1971, and those of all other ordinances existing at the time of the adoption of this code, shall be construed as a continuation thereof and not as new enactments. (1956 Code § 1-1-13)