ordinance 74 of 1911
the chapters of this ordinance apparently constituted
all of the laws of table rock
1911. New ordinances were enacted -- board sidewalks were phased out, Table Rock Electric was given a franchise to bring electricity to the town and a phone company franchise was likewise created. The marshal was required to kill any dog in heat running at large. Chickens were required to be restrained, vagrants were fined and had to work off the fine at $1.50 a day or be jailed until the fine was paid, no resident was allowed to wear the dress of the opposite sex, vehicles were not permitted to exceed 10 mph, places where lewd behavior was permitted were deemed houses of ill repute and the owners fined, the owners of billiard and pool halls were given limited hours to be open, and nobody was allowed to work on Sunday unless absolutely necessary or unless they were working for the railroad. There is more. Look for yourself.
This is the copy owned by M. H. Marble, Justice of the Peace. His desk is in the Argus Museum.