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0017 Vagrancy 1952is ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE DEFINING VAGRANCY IN TIE VILLAGE OF CHUBBUCK, IDAHO MAKING IT UNLAWFUL FOR ANY PERSON TO COMMIT ANY ACTS OF VAGRANCY, SO DEFINED, IN THE VILLAGE OF CHUBBUCK; PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS OF THIS, ORDINANCE; AND PROVIDING THE TIME OF THE TAKING EFFECT OF THIS ORDINANCE. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CHAIRMAN AND BOARD OF TRUSTEZ OF THE VILLAGE OF CHUBBUCK, BANNOCK COUNTY, IDAHO- Section 1 Vagrancy: Every person, except an Indian, without any visible means of living, who has the physical ability to work, and who does not seek employment, nor labor when employment is offered him; every healthy beggar who sollefis alms as a business; every person who roams about from place to place without any lawful business; eve idle or dissolute person, or associate of known.thaeves who wanders about the streets at late or unusual hours of the night, or who lodges in any barn, shed, shop, outhouse, or place other than such as is kept for lodging purposes, without permission of the owner or person entitled to the possession thereof; every lewd or 41ssolute person who lives in and about houses of ill - fam ; every common prostitute every cpmmon drunkard; . mdic��ttggl and, any person who travels O plaice to place fnic' the pax se of ga Ming and every person upon wham shell e fou;ed any- instrument or °thing used for commission of buyrgl,ary, or for pl kJ4, L ks or pockets, and who can give no satisfactory account for the posseszian of same, is a vagnt, and it shall be unlaul for any per-son within bye limits 'of the Village of Chubb k, Idaho,, to be a vagrant or commit the offenawe of may. Section 2. Any person violating any provision of this ordinance sha11, ap conviction theveof, be punished by a fine of not more than $100M. for auy ono offense, together with costs, and in daftu t:of the 'payee of :Jmch fine andt sts shall be confined in the jail at the r* of one day far each $1.50 of the -ne, and posts, so imposed, until said fine and costs are paid, Sections -'3. This ordinance sh l hake effect and be in full force and effect after its pbssa+ge, approval and publication as provided by law. PASSED AND APPROVED THIS -day of December, 1952. BOUD: `W TRLSTEES OF THE VII.LAGE OF CHUBBIUCK. low. ATTEST: (S Village Clerk. f'