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$courter=Bemocrat A. I. K.CEHMSTEDT, Prop. P'i jiisUeil every Thursday morning at Lang don, Cavalier county, North.Dakota. Entered at the Post office of Langdon asmail matter of tho Second Class. Subscription $1.60 per aunum Canada $2.00 gar annum. Advertising rates on application, ommunications must bo received by Tuesday «oon to receive prompt attention. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET For Congressman:— FRED BARTHOLOMEW For Governor:— S. J. DOYLE For Lieutenant Governor:— J. P. SMITH For State Auditor:— THEO SERR For State Treasurer: M. F. HEGGE For Attorney General:— S. WOOLEDGE For Commissioner of Insurance:— F. B. SCHNELLER Commissioners of Railroads:— DAVID J. GORMAN J. L. HARVEY DEMOCRATIC LEGISLATIVE TICKET State Senator 18th District:— \V. H. PORTER Representatives iSth District:— JOHN REID JOSEPH McGAUVRAN C. B. HAMMOND DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET For County Judge:— H. E. DORVAL For Register of Deeds:— FRED BORl'SKY Clerk of District Court: C. S. ROBERTSON Co. Com'r Fifth District:— ALEX. Rl'SSELL NON-PARTISAN -Judiciary For Justice of the Supreme Court:— CHARLES J. FISK HARRY A. BRONSON NON-PARTISAN—Educational For State Superintendent:— N. C. MCDONALD MINNIE J. NIELSON For County Superintendent— FRED J. RE HER Who would think that there is a fall political campaign on and that election day waa less than a couple of weeks off About two weeks from now it will be the turn of at least some of the office seeking candidates to tell of how they went over the top. It will soon be time to hang out your "Do Your Christmas Shopping Ear'y" sign, Mr. Bucinessman. How about that line of holiday advertising? To say the least about it condi tions politically are most unique. Few if any candidates are canvassing and there is nothing doing in the way of organizing a campaign on old party lines. The Milton Globe asks: "Why not elect Doyle governor of North Dako ta? The republicans elected a de mocrat to that office for three suc cessive terms, and we know of no reason to regret it." When Americans are taking part in the world's war in a -fight for a etdom of all people, the glamour a campaign of politicians for offi -.al preferment becomes a mere Bide a.iow in the eyes of the people who cast the votes. Those clouds of smoke that ob scured the sun for a couple of days last week were evidence of the fear ful catastrophy that visited the fire swept timber region of northern Min nesota resulting in the loss of several hundred lives and the destrueticn of millions of dollars worth of property. snow A year ago at this time covered the ground and the "squaw winter" that stopped fall plowing and the rest of belated work on the farm, reigned supreme. It will also be recalled that the weather opened up again during the most of November. The snow storm that ushered in the premature freeze up occurred October 15th. on Farmers are this fall paying from $80 to $100 a month for men to do plowing- until freeze-up. This is over the top when compared with the fall wage scale of former years. North Dakota here feels the pinch occasion ed when her sons have bees called from the plow to join forces in the war for humanity, but it is done with a williigneM that spells victory. After what one reads of the forest fires of northern Minnesota it would almost seem that an extra care would be taken to prevent the. starting of prairie fires here this fall. With the extra long and dry stubble on the large crop acreage that has been ar vested there is a constantly menacing danger to farm property until the fall plowing is well under way. SX:^ -i8v A FOR STATE SENATOR. At the request of the independent voters of CavBlier rounty I am a can didate on the democratic ticket for the office of state senator for this county and respectfully ask the support of my friends and acquaintances. In 1886 I came to this county from Ontario, attended the common schools taught and graduated from the May ville normal in 1899. I then studied medicine at the University of Illi nois and graduated in 1903. After graduating I practiced for two years at Olga and then located at Calvin. If elected state senator I will consi der it my one duty to further all leg islation that will permanently benefit my county and state. DR. W. H. PORTER, Calvin, North Dakota. FOR REPRESENTATIVE After having served on tie hoard of county commissioners of Cavalier county for eight years and also hav ing filled several of the township and school district dffices during my resi dence of 36 years in North Dakota, I finally declined all offices, but, at the Fusion meeting helj in Langdon was asked to become a candidate for the house of representatives and ac cepted the call. My name will ap pear in the democratic column on the ballot and I respectfully solicit the active support of my friends in this campaign. For 36 years I have lived on the farm in O.lga township, and it elected as a representative will endeavor to faithfully repre sent the people of Cavalier county Respectfully Submitted, •JOHN REID, Beaulieu, North Dakota. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. Having received the nomination from the Democratic party for the office of .County Judge at the last Primary Electon, respectfully request the support and vote of all my friends and voters of Cavalier county at the coming general election to be held on Tuesday, November, 5th, 1918. If elected I promise to serve the public to the best of my know ledge and ability, as I did in the past, impartially and equitably to all Respectfully and Sincerely Yours, B. E. DORVAL, Ex-County Judge. Dated Langdon. N. Oct. 1, 1918 The Fourth Liberty Loan is Here —Get Busy. COUR1ER-DEMOCRAT, TUCKSDAI:, OCTOBER 24, 1918 City Ordinance Wo. 1769 WATER WORKS An ordinance enacted for the purpose of establishing, constructing, and maintaining a complete water works Njntcm within the limits of the City of Langdon, North Dakota. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Langdon, North Dakota: Water AVorks System Section 1. That there' is hereby created, established and ordered main tained within the limits of the City of Langdon, a complete Water Work System, for the purpose of supplying the inhabitants of said city with a supply of good water f-r domestic, manufacturing and scientific uses, and for affording better fire protection, by the installation of a first class hydrant system and connections. Pro vided, that said establishment, con struction and maintenance shall be governed and in strict accordance with the conditions hereinafter provided. Water Main District Section 2. That all lots and parts of lots, all blocks and parts of blocks, and all other parcels of land lying within the boundaries of the City of Langdon, shall constitute AVater Slain District IVo. 1 Purpose of District Section 3. That ihe district herein before created and established, is so created and established for all pur poses of improvement of the water works system of said city as contem plated by Section SMS of the Compiled Laws of North Dakota for 1913, and subsequent sections thereof, and acts amendatory thereto. And all work done under the provisions of this ordinance in laying, extending, relay ing or replacing the water mains with in said district shall be paid for by warrants of the City of Langdon, drawn on Water Works District No. 1 Fund. Water Works System Section 4. That the wells, pumps house and machinery, standpipes. water mains, hydrants and all connec tions now constructed or that may be hereafter constructed and erected, shall constitute the Water Works System of the City of Langdon. Depth of Water Main Section 5. That all water mains, water pipes and connections must be laid at least Eight (8) feet below the street grade,•• and must have at least Eight (8) feet cover in all places. AVater Mains, How Placed Section 6. That on all streets, avenues and alleys bearing in a north erly southerly direction,all water mains shall be placed on the easterly side of the street, avenue or alley, and on all streets, avenues and alleys bearing in an easterly and westerly direction, all water mains shall be placed on the northerly side of said streets, avenues or alleys. On streets Seventy (70) feet or more in width, such mains shall be placed twenty-two feet from the property line, and on street less than seventy feet (70) in width.twenty two feet from the property line. Hydrants, How Placed Section 7. That all hydrants shall be so placed that the center of the hydrant post shall be One (1) foot back of the property line, and six inches back from the curb or curb location. Where possible, all hydrants shall be placed on the northeasterly corner of the intersecting streets. Hydrants shall be set at least Eight (8) feet in the ground from top of connection to water mains, .1 have a good and sufficient drip vaive, and be well secured with rubble as to al low free discharge of water from drip valve. Gate Valve, How Placed Section 8. That all gate valves shall be equipped with an acceptable gate box, and shall be placed upon the prop erty line of intersecting streets in such manner that all gates upon mains bearing in a northerly and southerly direction shall be upon the northerly side of the intersecting street, and all gates upon mains bearing in an east erly and westerly direction shall ,be upon the easterly side of the inter secting .street. Variations will he al lowed where, in the opinion of thje engineer, they may be necessary. The contractors and Street Commissioner must report all information to the: City Auditor, giving the location, size and make thereof, and the direction the valve turns and the number of turns necessary to open the same. Service Valve, How Placed Section 9. That service or curb must be standard make and design, with cast iron extension box, and shall bo set to top of curb grade, and must be placed just inside curb line, and as near thereto as practicable. Tampering with Mains and Parts of Water System Prohibited Section 10. That no person shall .tamper with or by any cause.' what ever, damage, destroy, or temporarily place out of service any city water main, gate, valve, stop-cock, hydrant, or other water system connection or machinery, or in any manner interfere with the same anywhere in the city. Nor shall any person in any manner obstruct the access to any stop-cock, hydrant, or valve connected with any water pipe within the city by means of any timber, bricks, building materi al, or other article, thing or hindrance whatsoever. Nor shall any person open any hydrant within the city with out permission of the Street Commis sioner or the permission of the Chief of the Fire Department. City Engineer or City Auditor, Duties of Section 11. That the City Engineer, and in case there is no such officer, then the City Auditor shall have I charge of the laying of all water mains, and connections belonging to the city he shall issue permits for all private and public connections to tho mains of the water system and super intend the same he shall keep a re cord of all mains, hydrants, gate valves, and connections, the location thereof, the manner in which all gates are operated, and the direction same open and close, and the number of turns necessary to open and close the same, and such other information con cerning the water system as he shall deem necessary he shall prepare or have prepared a plat especially for keeping such records, and shall be held responsible for the same all re- cords shall be kept up to date and all errors or changes corrected as soon as I ascertained he shall assist^the Street Commissioner in making repairs, by I furnishing plans, specifications and such further information as possible relative to the same. Duties of Street Commissioner Section 12. That it shall be the duty of the Street Commissioner to personally turn off, or shut off, the I water in any service pipe or connec tion or branch of the system either at the order of the City Auditor for non payment of water rates, or for repairs or in case of any emergency demand ing the same he shall perform such other and further services as may be required of him by the Mayor, the City Auditor, the City Council, or the ordinances, rules and regulations of the city. Application (or Permit to Connect -With City Water Work* Section 13. That any person desir ing to make connections with the city water works, shall make and file with the City Auditor or other person authorized by the City Council an ap plication in writing giving the name of the owner of ,the premises, a des cription thereof, and stating the pur pose for which H:I-ne Fee for is to be used and the name of the plumber in charge of the work. The ovner of such premises shall also agree in such application that he will pay fill water rates which may accrue to the city by reason of such connection and shall further agree to waive any and all claims 'by reason of shutting off of water to make repairs or (Connections or for any other cause whatsoever, as well as for excessive pressure and damage caused by broken pipes, or fixtures by reason thereof, or from any cause whatsoever, and further agreeing that he will abide by :tll rules and regula tions of the city and its officers relat ing to such wuter works system. I.'NC OR TII||IIIIK Machine Section 11. That the applicant shall, at the tinu- of making applica tion for permission to make connec tion with any clly water main or pipe, pay to the City Auditor the sum of Two (|2..10) DOIIMIH and fifty cents, for each tap to bit so made. Tho City Auditor shall not Issue any permit to tap any water muin or pipe until such fee has been paid. He shall turn in |WH ENaf,RI ENDofa FRI Eli jbf YOURS OFFERS to LET YA (SUK^ t.'rv orv.3 _THIN& lYAHAVEraTHtNG to DO ITH 7^)IT/ Vy (A*RICH and V/ ADVICE wcuu\ tt TO Ltf j7 AUONfc such fee to the credit of the wateV fund. Pipes from Water Main to Curb Under City Control Section 15. That all water pipes from the water mains to the curb shall forever be under tne absolute control of the city, the applicant waiving and releasing all claims thereto. Service pipes, stops, and other fixtures must be laid and attached and kept in re pair and protected from frost by the applicant or consumer and in making repairs thereto, and excavations in connection therewith, the earth must be deposited in such a manner as to occasion the least inconvenience to the public, and all such excavation must be replaced in as good as before re moval. Right of Inspection of City Official Section 16. That the owner, tenant, or occupant of any premises on which there are service pipes and every per son taking water from the city shall, at all reasonable hours, permit the Street Commissioner, the City Auditor or other authorized person in the em ploy of the city to enter his premises or building for the purpose-of examin ing the water pipes or fixtures there in, and the manner in which the water is being used and to turn off the water either inside or outside the building whenever for any cause or purpose he may desire so to do. Applicant Responsible for Payment of Water Rate Section 17. That the party making the original application for water in connection with ]the city water works system, ^shall be' responsible for the rent of all water passing thru the service pipes and shall be required to pay same so long as he shall continue to own such premises, and no such connection shall be made with any service pipe for any person unless the owner of the pro perty on which same is located or his duly authorized agent shall join in the original application for such permit. City not Liable for Over-Pressure or Deficiency Section 18. That -under no circum stances shall the city be liable for a deficiency or failure in the supply of water whether caused by the shutting off of water to make repairs or con nections or for any other cause what soever. Nor shall the city under any circumstances, be liable for excessive pressure on the water mains, pipes or connections, the city reserving the right at all times, to increase the water pressure for the purpose of cleaning out the mains, for fire pro tection -or-ftwt--any other purpose. Water How Sold, Right to Change JBa.tes Section 19. That all water sold, or furnished by the city shall be on the water meter system, or such other system as adopted by the City Council, and shall be paid for at the rate here inafter fixed. The city reserves the right to change the rate for use of water from time to time, and at all times to make such other and further restrictions, rules and regula tions in the use of water as it may deem advisable. The city further reserves the right to turn off the water at any time, and for any pur pose without notice. Installation of Meters Section 20. That all meters used in connection with the water works sys tem shall be furnished by the city and shall at all times remain the property of the city, and shall be connected by or under the direction of the City Auditor or such other person as the City Council shall appoint. No person unless acting under the City Council or City Auditor, shall disconnect, re move, repair or otherwise disturb any water meter. The occupant of any building or premises where such meter is located, shall see that the same is kept free from obstruction on or around the same, and conveniently ac cessible at all times for the purpose of reading, inspecting and repairing the same. The person appointed by City Council is authorized to turn off the water from any meter that shall not be so kept, and not to turn the water on again until the provisions of this section are, complied with and the cost and expenses of turning same off are paid. All meters shall be set true. Waste Prohibited Section 21. That no person shall permit the city water to run continu ously from fixture, nor unnecessarily waste any city water. Where the Street Commissioner shall discover any leakage or waste, he shall imme diately notify the consumer of such fact, and it shall be the duty of such consumer to at once make the neces sary repairs to prevent such waste and upon his failure so to, do for forty eight (48) hours after receiving such notice, it is hereby made the duty of the Street Commissioner to forthwith shut "off the water on such premises, and not to turn the same on again un til such repairs are made, or have been made to his satisfaction. anv tion therewith, together with fine that may be adjudged against him in any prosecution therefor. Care'of Meters Section 22. The person for whom any meter is furnished shall suitably enclose and protect the same from frost and breakage, and shall be liable for all damages caused to such meter by failure on his part to do so. Charges when Meter Falls to Properly Register Section 23. That if for any cause any meter fails to register the water passing thru same, the owner shall be charged the same amount as for the last preceding month or quarter. Shutting off Water in Case of Fire Section 24. That it shall be the duty of all consumers of water as soon as the fire signal is given to shut off all water cocks or faucets on their prem ises and keep the same closed until the fire is extinguished. Permit to be Obtained, Licensed Plum ber Only to do Plumbing. Section 25. That no person shall be permitted to lay any water service pipe, or introduce into or about any building or upon any premises or grounds, any wuter pipe or do any plumbing work therein for the pur pose of connecting such pipe or plumb ing with the water pipes or mains of tho water works system of the city, nor prepare them for such connection, ik nor make uny alteration thereto, or but FIRST YOU DECIDE: tofAUClTOVekAMTH your BANKER ar\d YA COURSE.ofTIMt YA SEE IT WAS A BAD INVESTMENT ar\d YOU DA LOST Cavalier County National Bank. J. closets, stop-cock, sink, wash-bowl, hot water heating system, or other fixtures or apparatus in connection therewith without being duly licensed by the city to perform such work, nor without having first obtained a permit to do such work from the City Auditor. Water Rates Section 26. That each consumer shall be required to pay to the city for all water used by him as follows: For the first Fifteen Hundred (1500) gallons or fractional part thereof, used in one month, the sum of Two Dollars. For each additional thousand gallons or fraction thereof the sum of Seventy five cents per thousand or fractional part thereof. Provided, that in no event is any water consumer to be charged less than Two Dollars per month as the water rate. Water Rentals Begin When Section 27. That the monthly periods for which water rates are charged, shall begin on the 20th day of each and every month of each year, and the charges for the use of water rent shall be due and payable at the office of the City Auditor or other per son authorized to collect same on the first day of the next suceeding month. Turning Water Off for Nonpayment of Rentals Section 28. That where all charges for water rents have not been paid by the twentieth (20th) day of the month when same shall become due, it shall be the duty, and the Street Commis sioner is hereby directed to promptly turn the water off from such premises, when directed to do so by the City Auditor or other person authorized to collect water rents. Charge for Turning the Water Off Section 29. That a charge of One ($1.00) Dollar shall be made against each consumer for turning off water for non-payment of water rates and for non-compliance with any of the rules and regulations contained in this ordinance, or whenever same is done at the request of such water consumer. Such sum must be paid by the owner of the property or water consumer be fore the water will be turned on again. Duties of Auditor In Connection with Water Systenl Section 30. That in addition to the duties already set forth in this ordin ance, it shall be, and it is hereby made the duty of the City Auditor or other person authorized by the City Council to examine and read meters between the first and twentieth day of each and every month, and to make and keep a record thereof to make out all bills for water rates, and to mail to each consumer a statement thereof Be fore same shall become due to col lect all such water rent to furnish to the Street Commissioner a list of all water consumers in arrears on the twentieth (20th) day of the month when such rent shall have become due, and a like list to the City Council on the first of the month following to collect and receive all moneys for turning off water make a record of all meters in bad order, and generally to do and perform such other duties in connection therewith as may be from time to time required by the Mayor and City Council all moneys so collected to be paid over to the City Treasurer and placed in the Water Works District No. 1 Fund. Penalty Section 31. That any person who shall violate any of the provisions of this ordinance, shall, upon conviction be punished by a fine of not less then Ten ($10.00) Dollars, nor more than One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars, or by imprisonment for not less than Ten (10) days nor more than Thirty (30) days or both, together with costs of prosecution in each case. Repeal Section 32. That all acts or parts of acts not in accordance with the terms and provision of this ordinance,. are hereby repealed. Effective j'. Section 33. That this ordinance £hall be effective and in full force upon its approval, passage and publication Passed October 7th, 1918. JOHN POWEft,. Attest: JIayor. JOHN SHEEHAN, Auditor. Approved October 7th, 1918. JOHN POWER, Mayor. City Ordinance No. 177 An Ordinance enacted for the purpose of establishing and constructing a sanitary sewer system in the City of Langdon, North Dakota. Be is enacted by the City Council of the City of Langdon, North Dakota. Sewer District. Section 1. That all lots and parts of lots, all blocks and parts of .blocks, and all other parcels of land lying within the boundaries of the City of Langdon, North Dakota, shall con stitute Sewer District "No. 1. Purpose of District. Section 2. That the district herein before created 1s ,ii ,w,o» v,nn until 'established for all purposes of build consumer ha.s paid all costs in connec- jng- and extendinir the sanitnrv spwer tion therewith with 80 created and ?*Ven°'."B ine sanitary sewer any system of the City of Langdon as con- templated by the provisions of Section 369.7- and succeeding Sections of the Compiled Laws of North Dakota for 1913, and all acts amendatory thereto. And all work done under the provi sions of said Sections in layijnsextend ing, relaying or replacing the sewer system or any part thereof within said district, and all such work hereafter to be done shall be paid for by war rants drawn on the Sewer District No. 1 fund. Sewer .System, What Constitutes Section 3. That the lines of pipe, to gether with the automatic ejectors, man-holes, and all connections, altera tions and additions thereto, shall con stitute the sanitary sewer system of the City of Langdon. Outlet! of Street Commissioner In Con nection with Sewer System Section 4. That in addition to his other duties, it shall be the duty of the Street Commissioner to inspect and to keep the sewers, man-holes, in proper working condition, and to make such repairs to same as shall be neces sary from time.to time, and to immedi ately report uny trouble or damage to the HUIIU' to TIN? alterations of. uny water pipe, water HZ,, Ihl- city Audit!, Vlmll lum- Mayor or Sewer Com- inlttee of the City Council. Duties of City KiiKineer or Clly Audi tor In Connection with Sewer System. Section 5. That the City Engineer, and in cane that there Is no City Kngl PUTthe PROPOSITION I tofWMas ROSY as YA CAN BUT HE WONTr UE.T EVERYTHING- SAY! AINT YA GUAD YA GOTTA BANK* NOW MNT VA? cra^oO'CK wihstAPOu.t general supervision of the sewer system, and direct chaise of all sewer construction work undertaken by the city. He shall keep in his office a Complete record and a plat specially prepared for the purpose of showing all locations of man-hole, sumps "Y's" and connections, and the conditions of the same. Such plat shall be kept up to date at all times. He shall issue all plumber's permits for sewer connec tions, and superintend such connec tion. Permit How Obtained Section 6. That any person, firm or corporation desiring to make any con nection with the public sewers of the city must apply to the City Auditor or other authorized person for a permit Such application shall give a clear description of the premises for which such sewer connection is desired. Such application shall further provide that the applicant will indemnify and save the city harmless from any damage, cost or expense by reason of such sewer becoming clogged or out of re pair. City Auditor to Supervise Installation Section 7. That the work of laying, relaying or repairing any sewer pipe or making any sewer connection in the city shall be under the direct charge of the City Auditor,, or other person designated by the City Ceuncil who shall have prepared all plans and specifications therefor und supervise the construction thereof, whether the same is to be done for the city or any Private individual And all such work shall be done in accordance with the plans and specifications so drawn. Rain and Surface Water not to be Drained Into Sewer Section 8. That no person shall per mit rain or surface waters to be car ried into the sewer system. Rain water leaders shall not be connected with or run into the sewer system. Catch Basin Required Section 9.. That no person owning or Operating a livery barn or automo bile garage where the sewer is used as a drain to carry ,pff the water used in washing vehicles, shall be permitted to use the sewer for such purpose un less the wash rack is connected direct ly with a sediment or catch basin thru which the water used on such wash rack shall enter the sewer. Such catch basins shall be constructed of two rings of brick laid in cement con crete loundation, and shall be at least tour feet in diameter on the inside „t he bottom shall be at least three feet below the outlet Elp® °l ,,th^ sewer. Such catch basin shall be provided, with a cast iron hood,_ cover and catch, and shall be conveniently located so that the silt or mud deposited therein can be easily removed and carted away when necessary. Such catch basin shall be thoroly cleaned from time to time, and at all times kept- in such condition that no mud or silt,shall be permitted to enter the sewer. I enaltj for A lolation of Preceding Section Section 10. That in addition to the penalty hereinafter provided any per son or persons owing, or operating anv livery barn or automobile garage, shall k®. P1!r?onill!1y I'ahle for any expense by their failure to faithfully observe and carry out the requirements of the foregoing section. Regulations and Requirements of .. System ,-«Sec Tllat 6Vi n,° every person mak ing- connection with or using the public sewers of the citj shall strictly comply with and abide by the follow ing- regulations: Fixtures shall be provided of a size to permit a sufficient quantity of water to flow into the lateral drains of private sewers so as to keep them at all times unobstructed. 2. All kitchen sinks and drains must be provided with a screen or strainer. A proper grease trap and catch basin shall be provided for all Hotels, restaurants, boarding houses, eating houses or other public houses, butcher shops, creameries, lard render ing establishments, and all other places where the sewer committee or City Auditor may require. 3. No person shall cast or throw or 2^!,Se 4. cast or thrown into anv sewer nxture, sewer or drain connect ed with the sewer systefh of the citv any substance that will or is liable to cause any obstruction, nuisance or in jury in or to the same. 4. ATI drains from buildings shall nave separate drain pipes connected to the ma!n sewer and no drain from anv building shall be connected to any sewer with a pipe of less size than six inches in diameter unless specially authorized, and for good cause shown 6. Any person desiring a permit to make connection with the city sewer must give at least six hours notice tn the City Auditor of other authorized person of the time when such work will be ready for inspection, previous to making such connection. case »iPwithati^ .sha11 any cess pool. °'. p, Ivy vault,be connect- ed with the city sewer. No e*h&usts ho from steam engines ,™1? steam boilers shall be connected, with the public sewers unless first connected with a cltch the as », Wle. garages. ecified above in and auto .8. No butcher's offal or garbage, dead animals, or obstructions of any kind whatever shall be placed, thrown or deposited in any receiving basin, manhole, flush tank or sewer 9. A clean-out "Y" shall be placed in the sewer in as near as possible to the wall under or through which it enters the buildingr. 1 Penalty for Violation Section 12. That any person violat ing any of the provisions of this ordin ance shall upon conviction, be fined not less than Ten ($10.00) Dollars, nor more than Fifty (J50.00) DtkUrs for each end every offence. ...T Repeal Section 13. That all acts and ordin ances not in accordance with this ordinance arc hereby repealed. Effective V1ii ri!,'lttt tl, ordinance shall be in lull lorce and effect upon its approval, passage and publication. Passed October 7th, 1!I18. JOHN POWER, Attest: Mavor JOHN SHF113HAN, .uayor. Auditor. Approved October 7th, 1918 JOHN POWER. 4 ... ........Mayor.