Times and Seasons, 15 April 1842

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last winter under the hands of several elders, might be confirmed.
On motion, Resolved, that our next conference be held in this on the third Wednesday of May next, at one o’clock P.M.
On motion, Resolved, that the minutes of this conference be forwarded to , with a request for publication in the “Times and Seasons.”
The proceedings were closed with prayer by the , and the conference adjourned.
Names of the members of this conference.
, of the travelling high council.
High Priests,—, Addison Everett, George Holmes, , Richard Burdge, William Acker.
Elders,—E. McClain, N. T. James, Charles W. Wandell, Joseph Beebee, Selah Lane, Edward Dougherty, Quartus S. Sparks, James B. Meynell, Stephen F. Qua, E. R. Swackhamer, John Leach, John M. Baker, Samuel J. Raymond, E. Ward Pell, William Marsden, —— Hall.
Priests,— Joshua Parker, Francis Hewitt, Bernhart Smith.
Teachers,—Sylvester H. Wadsworth, Benjamin Hulse.
Deacons,—Bush Reynolds, William Guy Jarman.
, Chairman.
, Clerk.
 
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An Ordinance amending an Ordinance entitled “An Ordinance regulating Auctions in the City of .”
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , That the 6th section of “An Ordinance regulating Auctions in the City of ,” be, and the same is hereby repealed.
Passed April 9th 1842.
, Mayor,
, Recorder.
 
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An Ordinance to regulate Taverns and Ordinaries, in the City of .
Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , That no tavern or ordinary shall be kept in the City of , without a license being first had and obtained therefor, which license and the person or persons by whom such license shall be obtained, shall be subject to such conditions, regultions and penalties, as shall be provided for by law, at the date of such license, or at any time thereafter, during the period for which it shall be obtained.
Sec. 2, That all licenses for taverns or ordinaries shall expire on the first Monday in November in each, year and the Mayor shall not charge less than ten, nor more than one hundred dollars for any such license.
Sec. 3, That every person who shall apply for a tavern or ordinary license, shall produce to the Mayor, a certificate signed by six respectable freeholders of the ward, in which such person resides, which certificate shall set forth, that each of said six respectable freeholders, have personally examined the premises, for which application for a license is made, and that they are satisfied that the person making application hath provided on the said premises suitable and proper accommodations for travellers or guests, and that such applicant hath provided a good and sufficient stable.
Sec. 4, That before any license for a tavern or ordinary shall be granted, the person making application for the same, shall, in addition to the certificate required by the third section of this act, produce also to the Mayor, a certificate signed by six respectable freeholders, residing in the neighborhood of the premises, for which application for a license is made, that the public convenience requires a tavern or ordinary to be establlished in such neighborhood.
Sec. 5. That if any person shall falsely certify that any applicant for a tavern or ordinary license, hath the accommodations required by the third section of this act, such applicant not having provided the same, he shall, upon conviction thereof, be fined in the sum of twenty dollars.
Sec. 6, That it shall be the duty of each of the High Constables in the several wards, (and of each of the persons acting as such,) from time to time, and whenever he may be informed or suspect that the accommodations required by the third section of this act, are not kept by any person having a license to keep a tavern or ordinary, to visit in company with the police officer of the ward, or with some other citizen, any tavern or ordinary, and ascertain whether the said accommodation continue to be kept, and if he finds that the said accommodations are not kept, he shall forthwith report [p. 765]
last winter under the hands of several elders, might be confirmed.
On motion, Resolved, that our next conference be held in this on the third Wednesday of May next, at one o’clock P.M.
On motion, Resolved, that the minutes of this conference be forwarded to , with a request for publication in the “Times and Seasons.”
The proceedings were closed with prayer by the , and the conference adjourned.
Names of the members of this conference.
, of the travelling high council.
High Priests,—, Addison Everett, George Holmes, , Richard Burdge, William Acker.
Elders,—E. McClain, N. T. James, Charles W. Wandell, Joseph Beebee, Selah Lane, Edward Dougherty, Quartus S. Sparks, James B. Meynell, Stephen F. Qua, E. R. Swackhamer, John Leach, John M. Baker, Samuel J. Raymond, E. Ward Pell, William Marsden, —— Hall.
Priests,— Joshua Parker, Francis Hewitt, Bernhart Smith.
Teachers,—Sylvester H. Wadsworth, Benjamin Hulse.
Deacons,—Bush Reynolds, William Guy Jarman.
, Chairman.
, Clerk.
 
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An Ordinance amending an Ordinance entitled “An Ordinance regulating Auctions in the City of .”
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , That the 6th section of “An Ordinance regulating Auctions in the City of ,” be, and the same is hereby repealed.
Passed April 9th 1842.
, Mayor,
, Recorder.
 
————
An Ordinance to regulate Taverns and Ordinaries, in the City of .
Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , That no tavern or ordinary shall be kept in the City of , without a license being first had and obtained therefor, which license and the person or persons by whom such license shall be obtained, shall be subject to such conditions, regultions and penalties, as shall be provided for by law, at the date of such license, or at any time thereafter, during the period for which it shall be obtained.
Sec. 2, That all licenses for taverns or ordinaries shall expire on the first Monday in November in each, year and the Mayor shall not charge less than ten, nor more than one hundred dollars for any such license.
Sec. 3, That every person who shall apply for a tavern or ordinary license, shall produce to the Mayor, a certificate signed by six respectable freeholders of the ward, in which such person resides, which certificate shall set forth, that each of said six respectable freeholders, have personally examined the premises, for which application for a license is made, and that they are satisfied that the person making application hath provided on the said premises suitable and proper accommodations for travellers or guests, and that such applicant hath provided a good and sufficient stable.
Sec. 4, That before any license for a tavern or ordinary shall be granted, the person making application for the same, shall, in addition to the certificate required by the third section of this act, produce also to the Mayor, a certificate signed by six respectable freeholders, residing in the neighborhood of the premises, for which application for a license is made, that the public convenience requires a tavern or ordinary to be establlished in such neighborhood.
Sec. 5. That if any person shall falsely certify that any applicant for a tavern or ordinary license, hath the accommodations required by the third section of this act, such applicant not having provided the same, he shall, upon conviction thereof, be fined in the sum of twenty dollars.
Sec. 6, That it shall be the duty of each of the High Constables in the several wards, (and of each of the persons acting as such,) from time to time, and whenever he may be informed or suspect that the accommodations required by the third section of this act, are not kept by any person having a license to keep a tavern or ordinary, to visit in company with the police officer of the ward, or with some other citizen, any tavern or ordinary, and ascertain whether the said accommodation continue to be kept, and if he finds that the said accommodations are not kept, he shall forthwith report [p. 765]
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