It is the duty of all Sheriffs, Deputy Sheriffs and other police officers to arrest any person detected in violation of any of the provisions of this Part 1. It is further the duty of all such officers to make prompt investigation of any violation of the provisions of this Part 1 reported by any other person, and to cause a complaint to be filed before the Circuit Court if there seems just grounds for such complaint and evidence procurable to support the same.
Duly authorized police officers may stop and inspect any snowmobile at any time for the purpose of determining if the provisions of this Part 1 are being complied with. If the inspecting officer discovers any violation of the provisions of this Part 1, he may issue a summons to the operator of such snowmobile requiring that the operator appear before the Circuit Court for the county in which the offense was committed. Every snowmobile subject to this Part 1, if underway and upon being hailed by a designated law enforcement officer, must stop immediately.
It is unlawful to resist or obstruct any peace officer in the discharge of his duties under this Part 1.
Except as otherwise provided in 625 ILCS 40/1-1 et seq., no person shall, after the effective date of the ordinance codified in this Part 1, operate any snowmobile within the corporate limits unless such snowmobile has been registered and numbered in accordance with the provisions of the Illinois Snowmobile Registration and Safety Act, by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (see 625 ILCS 40/3-1 through 40/3-13).