An ordinance for establishing an oath of office, to be taken in manner therein mentioned.

Passed the 6th day of April 1776.
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An ordinance for establishing an oath of office, to be taken in manner therein mentioned: Passed the 6th day of April An ordinance for establishing an oath of office, to be taken in manner therein mentioned.: Passed the 6th day of April A promissory oath is an oath taken, by authority of law, by which the party declares that he will fulfil certain duties therein mentioned, as the oath which an alien takes on becoming naturalized, that he will support the constitution of the United States: the oath which a judge takes that he will perform the duties of his office.

The. A promissory oath is an oath taken by authority of law by which the party declares that he will fulfill certain duties therein mentioned, as the oath which an alien takes on becoming naturalized, that he will support the Constitution of the United States: the oath which a judge takes that he will perform the duties of his office.

The breach of. 8th section of act establishing treasury department extended to clerks under certain modifications. Sept. 2,ch.ch.ch. 37, sec. Clerks and other officers to take an oath or affirmation; Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the eighth.

CHAP. An ordinance for appointing sheriffs. WHEREAS by an act of assembly made in the twenty second year of the reign of his late An ordinance for establishing an oath of office king George the second, intituled An act prescribing the method of appointing sheriffs, and for limiting the time of their continuance in office, and directing the duty therein, it is among other things enacted, that every county court.

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Oath of Office(a) In addition to any oath or affirmation required by any other act of Assembly, all county officers, their deputies, assistants and clerks, shall, before entering on the duties of their respective offices or employments, take and subscribe the oath as provided in 53 Pa.C.S. § (relating to form of oaths of office).

(H) A previously adopted ordinance establishing election districts remains in effect for the purpose of filling a vacancy in the fiscal or legislative body until the expiration of the term of that office, all pursuant to IC (b).

(I) Town Council Election Districts Described. Before entering upon the duties of office, a notary public shall take and subscribe an oath to be endorsed on the notary public's commission. A notary public who violates the oath of office required by this section shall be removed from office by the secretary of state, upon complaint filed and substantiated by the secretary of state.

after his acceptance of office. Governor's oath. Judges. Members of Executive Council. The oath to be taken by the Governor shall be taken in such manner as is or from time to time may be directed by Royal Letters Patent constituting the office of Governor of the Colony, and subject as therein provided shall be.

Refusal/Neglect to Take Oath, Violation of Oath. Constitution. Article 1, Elective Franchise. SEC. Every person, hereafter elected, or appointed, to office, in this State, who shall refuse, or neglect, to take the oath, or affirmation of office, provided for in the ninth section of this Article, shall be considered as having refused to accept the said office; and a new election, or.

(2) (2) Except as provided in sub., and subject to s.the compensation for an elective village office shall be established before the earliest time for filing nomination papers for the office or, if nomination papers are not used, before the caucus date determined under s.

(1) (a). After that time or date, no change may be made in the compensation for the office that. MS (DLC); 14 pages in clerk’s hand, but with numerous corrections and additions in TJ’s hand, as indicated in notes title of the Bill, in clerk’s hand, is at top of first page, but crossed out; it is, however, endorsed on Bill in TJ’s hand: “A Bill for establishing a land office, and ascertaining the terms & manner of granting waste & unappropriated lands.”.

Every person chosen or appointed to an executive, judicial or administrative office under this act shall, before he enters upon the duties of his office, take and subscribe the oath of office prescribed in the constitution of this state, and file the same, duly certified by the officer before whom it was taken, with the City Clerk.

Ordinance establishing the town’s first civil offices. Edition: current; Page: [VII] The Enlarged Salem Covenant of Much longer than the document it replaces, The Salem Covenant of [5], this covenant dwells on the values and commitments held in common.

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Plymouth Agreement, Novem A promissory oath is an oath taken by authority of law by which the party declares that he will fulfil certain duties therein mentioned, as the oath which an alien takes on becoming naturalized, that he will support the Constitution of the United States: the oath which a judge takes that he will perform the duties of his office.

(c) The persons elected shall take office on January 1 succeeding their election and remain in office until their successors have qualified and taken office. (, c. 99;c. ;cc.) § Powers of council. A book well bound and indexed, to be called the "docket" shall be kept in the office of the mayor in which shall be noted each case brought or tried by him, together with the proceeding therein, including a statement of the complaint, summons and return, the fact of appearance or non-appearance, the defence, the hearing, the judgment, the costs.

Oath of office. SEC. And be it further enacted, That the said principal officer, and every other person to be appointed or employed in the said depart-ment, shall, before he enters on the execution of his office or employ-ment, take an oath or affirmation well and faithfully to execute the trust commited to him.

A promissory oath is an oath taken, by authority of law, by which the party declares that he will fulfil certain duties therein mentioned, as the oath which an alien takes on becoming naturalized, that he will support the constitution of the United States: the oath which a judge takes that he will perform the duties of his office.

of North Carolina, recognizing the ordinance for the government of the territory of the United States north west of the Ohio River, by their delegates and representatives in convention assembled, did on the sixth day of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred andninety -six, ordain and establish a Constitution, or form of.

Oath of OfficeEvery person elected or appointed to any township office shall before assuming the duties of the office take and subscribe an oath or affirmation before a notary public, district justice or judge to support the Constitutions of the United States and of the Commonwealth and to perform the duties of the office with fidelity.

Piracy - part 1. Office for Foreign Affairs, 29th September, The secretary of the United States, for the Department of Foreign Affairs, in obedience to the order of Congress, reports the draft of an ordinance for the trial of piracies and felonies committed on the high seas.

The ordinance book shall be appropriately indexed and maintained for public inspection in the office of the city clerk. Effective July 1,true copies of all ordinances that were adopted before January 1,and are still in effect shall be filed and indexed in the ordinance book.

If the city has adopted and issued a code of ordinances. The evidence taken under the preceding section must satisfactorily prove to the officer the following facts: One--The existence of one or more of the conditions mentioned therein; and, Two--That the witness testifying knew the person whose name purports to be subscribed to the instrument as a party, and is well acquainted with his signature.

The book of ordinances shall have a general index sufficiently comprehensive to enable a person readily to ascertain matters contained therein. [ c § ; c 7 § Prior: p §part; RRS §part.]. Certain villages may become cities by charter ordinance.

Any village having a population of 1, or more may proceed under s. to organize as a city of the appropriate class. The village may by charter or charter ordinance adopted under s. elect not to be governed by ch.

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62 or 66 in whole or in part or may create that system of government. A promissory oath is an oath taken, by authority of law, by which the party declares that he will fulfill certain duties therein mentioned, as the oath which an alien takes on becoming naturalized, that he will support the constitution of the United States: the oath which a judge takes that he will perform the duties of his office.

Violation of Oath of Office and Walker v Members of Congress In refusing to obey the law of the Constitution and call an Article V Convention when required to do so, the members of Congress not only violated federal income tax law but their oath of office as well.

The Constitution requires that all members of Congress must take an oath of office to support the Constitution before assuming office. and continued in force by reference therein are hereby repealed from and after the effective date of this ordinance, except as hereinafter provided.

No resolution of the Town of Lincoln, not inconsistent with any of the provisions of such Code or not specifically mentioned, is hereby repealed.

03 Matters Not Repealed. The land book shall be compared with the assessor's book lodged in the clerk's office of Tazewell County, and the personal property book shall be compared with the books of the previous year, and the treasurer shall ascertain which of the citizens, if any, have not been assessed by the Tazewell County commissioner of the revenue, and the list.sheriff and the legal significance of that oath of office.

This article and its attachments provide the history of the oath of office, the legal definition(s) and discusses the factual reality whether an oath of office taken by an elected sheriff confers or imposes special powers, responsibilities or duties on the Office of Sheriff.If no procedure or manner of exercise be prescribed herein the same shall be exercised as its own rules and order of business and shall keep a journal of its proceedings and the yeas and nays which shall be taken upon the passage of every ordinance and before assuming office, take an oath of office before any person qualified under the.