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

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whose License shall be annulled, of the fact, in Writing, to be left at the Tavern or Ordinary of such Person, by the High Constable, or Person acting as high Constable, or a Police Officer of the Ward in which the Tavern or Ordinary of such Person may be, & any Person who, after having been so notified, shall sell Spirituous Liquors, or keep a Tavern or Ordinary without having obtained a new License, shall, for each & every offence, incur the same Fine.
Sec. 10. That all Fines under this act, shall be recovered and distributed as is by Law provided for the recovery and distribution of Fines.
passed April 9th. 1842.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Ordinance, 22 April 1842–A
An Ordinance fixing the Size of Brick Moulds, in the City of .
Sec. 1. Be it Ordained by the City Council of the City of , that from and after the passage of this Ordinance, all Bricks made in the City of , for Sale, shall be made in Moulds of the following size & denominations, that is to say: nine Inches and one quarter long in the clear, four Inches and a half wide in the Clear, & two Inches & a half deep in the clear; but Stock Bricks shall be made in Moulds, two Inches & five eighths deep in the clear.
Sec. 2. That if any Person or Persons shall Sell, or expose to Sale, within the City of , Bricks hereafter made in Moulds of any other dimensions than those given & described in the first Section of this ordinance; Arch Bricks, cornice Bricks, & watertable Bricks, excepted, or in Moulds not tested & stamped as correct, with the Letter N, by the Sealers of Weights & Measures, (by which Letter all Articles passed upon by him shall hereafter be Stamped, who shall receive as a compensation therefor, from the owner of such Moulds, the Sum of twelve & a half Cents for [p. 73]
whose License shall be annulled, of the fact, in Writing, to be left at the Tavern or Ordinary of such Person, by the High Constable, or Person acting as high Constable, or a Police Officer of the Ward in which the Tavern or Ordinary of such Person may be, & any Person who, after having been so notified, shall sell Spirituous Liquors, or keep a Tavern or Ordinary without having obtained a new License, shall, for each & every offence, incur the same Fine.
Sec. 10. That all Fines under this act, shall be recovered and distributed as is by Law provided for the recovery and distribution of Fines.
passed April 9th. 1842.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Ordinance, 22 April 1842–A
An Ordinance fixing the Size of Brick Moulds, in the City of .
Sec. 1. Be it Ordained by the City Council of the City of , that from and after the passage of this Ordinance, all Bricks made in the City of , for Sale, shall be made in Moulds of the following size & denominations, that is to say: nine Inches and one quarter long in the clear, four Inches and a half wide in the Clear, & two Inches & a half deep in the clear; but Stock Bricks shall be made in Moulds, two Inches & five eighths deep in the clear.
Sec. 2. That if any Person or Persons shall Sell, or expose to Sale, within the City of , Bricks hereafter made in Moulds of any other dimensions than those given & described in the first Section of this ordinance; Arch Bricks, cornice Bricks, & watertable Bricks, excepted, or in Moulds not tested & stamped as correct, with the Letter N, by the Sealers of Weights & Measures, (by which Letter all Articles passed upon by him shall hereafter be Stamped, who shall receive as a compensation therefor, from the owner of such Moulds, the Sum of twelve & a half Cents for [p. 73]
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