A CHARTER ORDINANCE EXEMPTING THE CITY OF UDALL, KANSAS FROM K.S.A. 15-514, AND PROVIDING ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS FOR THE COLLECTION AND DISPOSITION OF FINES AND COSTS ASSESSED AGAINST ANY PERSON FOR A VIOLATION OF ANY ORDINANCE OF THE CITY.
Section 1. That the city of Udall, Kansas, by the power vested in it by Article 12, Section 5, of the constitution of the State of Kansas, hereby elects to make inapplicable to it and exempts itself from K.S.A. 15-514, which statutes apply to said city, but not uniformly to all cities, and the city hereinafter provides substitute and additional provisions on the same subject.
Section 2. Whenever any fine or penalty shall be assessed against any person for a violation of any ordinance of the city, such fine, penalty and costs shall be collected in the following manner, to-wit:
All fines, penalties and costs arising from a prosecution for a violation of any ordinance shall be paid to the judge of the municipal court, who shall upon the receipt of such fine, penalty and costs, give to the person so paying the same a receipt therefor, and a duplicate copy of said receipt shall be filed by the judge of the municipal court with the papers in the case, and he or she shall make an entry thereof in his docket. When such fine, penalty and costs have been paid, it shall be the duty of the judge of the municipal court to discharge such person from custody.
Section 3. All fines, penalties and costs collected by the judge of the municipal court shall be paid to the city treasurer monthly, and the city treasurer shall give the judge of the municipal court a receipt therefor. No part of the fine, penalty or costs shall be retained or kept by the judge of the municipal court.
Section 4. The city council shall, by resolution, set the salary of the judge of the municipal court. The salary shall be paid monthly from the city treasury.