Ordinance, 22 April 1842–B

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An Ordinance in relation to Stores and Groceries.
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , That from and after the passage of this ordinance, no person shall be permitted to keep a Store or grocery within the City of , without a licence for that purpose, which licence shall be granted for the same amount, and under the same regulations, as that for Taverns and ordinaries <​contemplated​> in the 2nd Section of the ordinance entitled “An ordinance to regulate Taverns and Ordinaries, in the City of ;” and any person who shall, without such licence, sell, or offer for sale, any goods, wares, merchandise, or groceries, shall, upon conviction thereof, incur a penalty of ten dollars for every months delay.
Sec. 2. Nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to authorise the violation of “An Ordinance in relation to Temperance.”
Passed, April 22nd, AD. 1842.
, Mayor.
Recorder) [p. [1]]
April 22nd. 1842.
Ordinance in relation to Stores & Groceries.— [p. [2]]


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    Signatures of John C. Bennett and James Sloan.  

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    Docket in handwriting of James Sloan