||.25 Skc. 8. The .0% pound! shall have power to appoint ^ a Recorder, Tra^til^,.'->/&^&»^'ii^"'^J^6ib^/Mar«fh^. and Supervisor of strVets.' They shall also have power ttf'appoinfc all such othe^" officers by ordinance, AsCtnaj bft necessary; define the duties\pf fill city officers, and re&ove them fctrm office, ac pleasure,1 ^ Sac. 9. The City Couricif; s.hnil' have power to require of all officers appointed in pursuance df. thi«. ordinance, bonds with penalty and security, for the faith- Bon.i» ful-performance of their '.respective duties, suuh as may be deemed expedient; and also to requite all officers appointed as aforesaid, to take an oath for the faiihful performance of the duties of their respective offices. Sec. 10. -The City Council shall have power and authority to muke,'ordain, establish, and execute all, such ordinances not repugnant to the Constitution of the Ordinance!, United "State*, or the laws of this' Territory, as they may /deem necessary for the peace, 'benefit, good order, regulation,,convenience, find cleanliness of said cify; for the protection of propi-rty-therein-, from destruction by 'fire or otherwise:, arid for the health and happiness, thereof.. They shall hayepowerto fill .all vacancies Mia< may Vacanciei. happen by deah. resignation, or removal, in any'of the offices herein nfln.de elecxive;~to fix and establish all the fees, of; the officers of said corporation, not . herein ^establisheJ; to impose- such ¦ fines, not exceeding one-hundred dollars for each offence, hs they may deem just, for refusing to aerc-pf of any office in or under ^.he corporation, or for rr.i«cqnduct therein; to divide the city nivi=ion into into wards; and specify the boundaries thereof! and ere: ward*, ate additional wards, to add to the number of AhUirmen and Councilors, and apportion them among the several wards, as may be jujt, and mo.-t conducive to the interests of the city. Sec. 11. To establish, support, and regulate common 55Ch(10,B aB(| schools; to-borro'w money on the credit of the city, pro- loans. .' vitled that no sum.oi sums o.f money be borrowed on a greater intqrest than six per cent per annum, nor chajl the iutereit on'the aggri-ga(e of all the sums borrowed, and outstanding, ever exceed one half of the cify revenue, arising from taxes as'sessed on real estate within this corporation. ;Sec. 12. To %iake regulations-to prevent the intro QMarantin# duction of contagious diseases into the city, to make ««ujati:«n«. quarantine laws for that purpose, and enforce the same.