The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 22, July 1918 - April, 1919 Page: 92
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of land known as Jennings Camp league, the said reviewers be in-
structed to report whether or not inconvenience will arise by the
road crossing the Colorado at the point designated and if so to what
extent the inconvenience may be and if not authorize them to run
the road across the river at that place for the convenience of the
ferry, leaving the reviewers the designation of the most proper
point for the crossing of the road on the LaBaca on the most direct
route to Victoria and Goliad.
H. H. League 1st Regidor and Churchill Fulehear 4th Regidor
having informed this body that a temporary absence from this
place is necessary.-the former on account of ill health and the
latter some important business to transact. The Ayuntamto grant-
ed the absence required, notifying the said members that they will
not permit an improper time to pass before they return to the dis-
charge of their respective duties.
The Ayuntamto after taking into consideration the nature of
the debt incurred by the Ayunto. in the year 1828 and also duly
considering the circumstances under which the debt was contracted,
and the peculiar [p. 4] necessity of creating for the Municipality a
credit with the citizens, and a moral certainty of the liquidation
of their just claims with the Ayuntamto as also the situation of
the country have thought proper to order that the Amount of Four
hundred and nine Dollars two bitts ($409-2r) be and hereby is
appropriated from out of any unappropriated funds of the Ayun-
tamto for the discharge of the debt created by the Ayuntamto in
the year 1828 and the Presidt. of the Ayuntamto is hereby author-
ized to liquidate any and all just claims presented by discounting
them with and by debts due to the Ayuntamto.
Ordered by the Ayuntamto that whereas the 110th article of
law No. 37 obliges this Body not to permit Phisicians or Apothy-
caryes to exercise their profession without a previous presentation
of their diplomas and certificates from scientific authorities. And
whereas it is a duty of the Ayuntamto to watch over the good order
and tranquility of the Municipality, as also to remove every thing
calculated to injure or prejudice the health of the inhabitants of
the Municipality and considering the formation of a board of Phy-
sicians as very important to produce regularity as well as security
and confidence towards the exercising the profession of medicine
and its branches in its various branches, the Ayuntamto have thot
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