Ordinance 128

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indirectly, any money or other property or thing of value, for services of any kind rendered by him while a member of the police force of the City of Seattle, except his regular monthly pay and such fees as are allowed by law, and which may be actually paid in in money by parties adjudged to pay costs for violation of city Ordinances. Provided, nevertheless, the Mayor may give any officer a written permit to receive money or other property or thing of value while on the police force; and if the officer shall have such permit before he receives any such money or other property or thing of value, he shall be exempt from the provisions of this Section to the extent granted by such permit. Sec. 6 - No police officer shall make use of any threatening or provoking language, or be guilty of any threatening or provoking acts toward any person or property within said city, beyond what may be required or proper in the exercise of his official duties. Sec. 7 - Any person violating any of the provisions of this Ordinance, on conviction thereof before any court having jurisdiction thereof, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and fined in any sum not less than five nor more than fifty dollars, and stand committed until the fine and costs are paid or they [he] be otherwise discharged according to law. Sec. 8 - This Ordinance to take effect and be in force from and after five days from the date of its first publication. I

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