Nauvoo City Council Minute Book, 3 February 1841–8 February 1845

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Sec. 10. That in Case any Person or Persons who shall have become the surety or sureties for the faithful performance of the Duties of any Auctioneer or Auctioneers, licensed as aforesaid, shall Die, remove from the City of , or become Insolvent, The Mayor shall, & he is hereby authorized & empowered, to demand other satisfactory Security or Securities, for the due performance of such Duties; & in case such satisfactory security or securities shall not be given within Eight Days, the License taken out by such Auctioneer or Auctioneers shall thenceforth become, & is hereby declared to be, null & void, to all intents & purposes as if the same had never been granted; & whenever the Mayor shall have been informed that the License of any Auctioneer or Auctioneers shall have expired, or that he or they shall have failed to comply with the requisitions of the Law, so that such License be no longer in force, the Mayor shall, at the expiration of eight days, give public notice thereof.
Sec. 11. That the Auctioneer or Auctioneers licensed as aforesaid, shall constantly keep a fair Copy of this Law in some conspicuous Place in his or their Auction Room, for the inspection of the public; & if he or they shall fail so to do, he or they shall forfeit & pay a Penalty of Twenty Dollars.
Passed February 12th. 1842.—
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Resolution, 17 February 1842–A
Resolved by the City Council of the City of , that the Committee of public Grounds be authorized to proceed forthwith, & do all Acts & Things that they may consider necessary, in Relation to the Burying Ground, or Grounds, & that the Mayor & Recorder be directed to Consummate such acts, of said Committee, all of which [p. 58]
Sec. 10. That in Case any Person or Persons who shall have become the surety or sureties for the faithful performance of the Duties of any Auctioneer or Auctioneers, licensed as aforesaid, shall Die, remove from the City of , or become Insolvent, The Mayor shall, & he is hereby authorized & empowered, to demand other satisfactory Security or Securities, for the due performance of such Duties; & in case such satisfactory security or securities shall not be given within Eight Days, the License taken out by such Auctioneer or Auctioneers shall thenceforth become, & is hereby declared to be, null & void, to all intents & purposes as if the same had never been granted; & whenever the Mayor shall have been informed that the License of any Auctioneer or Auctioneers shall have expired, or that he or they shall have failed to comply with the requisitions of the Law, so that such License be no longer in force, the Mayor shall, at the expiration of eight days, give public notice thereof.
Sec. 11. That the Auctioneer or Auctioneers licensed as aforesaid, shall constantly keep a fair Copy of this Law in some conspicuous Place in his or their Auction Room, for the inspection of the public; & if he or they shall fail so to do, he or they shall forfeit & pay a Penalty of Twenty Dollars.
Passed February 12th. 1842.—
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Resolution, 17 February 1842–A
Resolved by the City Council of the City of , that the Committee of public Grounds be authorized to proceed forthwith, & do all Acts & Things that they may consider necessary, in Relation to the Burying Ground, or Grounds, & that the Mayor & Recorder be directed to Consummate such acts, of said Committee, all of which [p. 58]
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