(A)   No act or part of an act repealed by the city council shall be deemed to be revived by the repeal of the repealing act. (ILCS Ch. 5, Act 70, § 3)
   (B)   Whether the former law is expressly repealed or not, no new law shall be construed to repeal a former law as to any offense committed against the former law, any act done or penalty, forfeiture, or punishment incurred, any right accrued, or claim arising under the former law, except that the proceedings shall, as far as practicable, conform to the law in force at the tide of the proceeding. (ILCS Ch. 5, Act 70, § 4)
   (C)   If any penalty, forfeiture, or punishment is mitigated by any provision of a new law, the provision may, by the consent of the party affected, be applied to any judgement pronounced after the new law takes effect. This extends to all repeals, either by express words or by implication, whether the repeal is in the act making any new provision on the same subject or in any other act. (ILCS Ch. 5, Act 70, § 4) (Ord. , passed    )