BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 3.14 City Marshal

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Chapter 3.14
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3.14.010 Bond.
3.14.020 Accounts--Daily statements--Payments.
3.14.030 Deputies--Appointment.
3.14.040 Deputies--Powers.
3.14.050 Sale of certain property--Authorized.
3.14.060 Sale of certain property--Proceeds.
3.14.070 Deadly weapons--Disposal--Unclaimed.
3.14.080 Deadly weapons--Disposal--Absence of permit.

Duties for city court, see 3.08.330, 3.08.340


Art. XI City marshal

Art. XXV 13 Marshal to execute process for boards and officers

Scheme 6 City marshal to assume duties of former county marshal

Scheme 18 Duties of city marshal


45.10 City marshal

3.14.010 Bond.

The City Marshal shall, within ten days after appointment, give a bond to the City in the sum of ten thousand dollars.
(1948 C. Ch. 51 6: 1960 C. 174.010.)

3.14.020 Accounts--Daily statements--Payments.

The City Marshal shall keep a detailed account of all money received by him or in his office and of all delinquencies and make complete monthly reports thereof to the Comptroller. Except in City Court cases, he shall make daily statements to the Comptroller at two p.m. of all fines imposed, fines paid, fines remitted and costs paid, pay the receipts of his office to the Treasurer, and take the receipt of the Treasurer therefor in duplicate, one copy of which he shall file with the Comptroller.
(1948 C. Ch. 51 7: 1960 C. 174.020.)

3.14.030 Deputies--Appointment.

The City Marshal shall appoint one chief deputy, one deputy of the first class, nine deputies of the second class, deputies of the third class as may be required, and other assistants as he may from time to time find necessary.
(1948 C. Ch. 51 8: 1960 C. 174.030 (part).)

3.14.040 Deputies--Powers.

The deputies appointed by the City Marshal shall have the same power and authority as the City Marshal.
(1948 C. Ch. 51 9: 1960 C. 174.030 (part).)

3.14.050 Sale of certain property--Authorized.

The City Marshal is authorized to sell and dispose of the property of the prisoners and property left in his care as evidence which has not been claimed within six months of the date of trial.
(1948 C. Ch. 51 10: 1960 C. 174.040 (part).)

3.14.060 Sale of certain property--Proceeds.

The proceeds of the sale, after payment of the expense of the preservation and sale of the property, under Section 3.14.050, shall be paid into the City Treasury.
(1948 C. Ch. 51 11: 1960 C. 174.040 (part).)

3.14.070 Deadly weapons--Disposal--Unclaimed.

All firearms, bowie knives, dirks, daggers, slung shots and other deadly weapons which have been unclaimed, shall be broken up by the City Marshal before disposing of them.
(1948 C. Ch. 51 12: 1960 C. 174.050.)

3.14.080 Deadly weapons--Disposal---Absence of permit.

The City Marshal is authorized to break up and dispose of any pistol, revolver or other firearm of a size which may be concealed on a person, taken from prisoners, if a permit for possession of the weapon has not been obtained from the Circuit Clerk, as provided by law.
(1948 C. Ch. 51 13: 1960 C. 174.060.)

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