Ordinance, 4 March 1843

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An Ordinance, regulating the Currency.
Sec. 1. Be it Ordained by the City Council of the City of , that from and after the passage of this Bill, Gold and Silver Coin only be received as lawful tender in payment of City Taxes, and of debts, and also of fines imposed under the Ordinances of the .
Sec. 2. That City Scrip shall not hereafter be emitted as moneyed Currency; provided however that nothing in this Bill shall be so construed as to prevent the redemption of previous emissions.
Sec. 3. That any Person passing counterfeit Gold, or Silver, or [p. 167]
An Ordinance, regulating the Currency.
Sec. 1. Be it Ordained by the City Council of the City of , that from and after the passage of this Bill, Gold and Silver Coin only be received as lawful tender in payment of City Taxes, and of debts, and also of fines imposed under the Ordinances of the .
Sec. 2. That City Scrip shall not hereafter be emitted as moneyed Currency; provided however that nothing in this Bill shall be so construed as to prevent the redemption of previous emissions.
Sec. 3. That any Person passing counterfeit Gold, or Silver, or [p. 167]
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