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12th Helena Livery Board, 1780-1784

 

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Having been elected as Livery Speaker by majority vote of the Masters of the Livery Companies of Helena, Master Victor C. Halcourt takes the stand. As the Livery Masters and the Mayoral Council members find their seats in Varoche Hall, he begins at once.

 

“Honorable Colleagues,

 

Today we shall call to order the first sitting of the Helena Livery Board for the mayoral term 1780-1784. I shall now commence with the roll.”

 

A clerk walks with his head lowered towards the Livery Speaker, providing him a scroll with the names of the attendees. He begins to recite each of the names of the Livery Masters in order of precedence:

 

“Master Kinsrell Commandore of the Honorable Company of Mercers @Slapacookie

Master Alpha Carrington of the Honorable Company of Vintners, Brewers and Innkeepers @Merqurie

Master Thaliet Sommers of the Honorable Company of Ironmongers, Blacksmiths and Founders @Archangelic

Master Annabelle Kelmenour of the Honorable Company of Grocers and Cooks @audyush

Master Dmitri Orlov of the Honorable Company of Tylers, Bricklayers and Paviors @BogsBinny

Master Desmond Morgryn of the Honorable Company of Barbers and Surgeons @jmeatball

Master Thomas Aquinas of the Honorable Company of Drapers and Haberdashers @Thomas Aquinas

Master Victor C. Halcourt of the Honorable Company of Scriveners @Lyonharted™

Master Philip Pruvia-Albarosa of the Honorable Company of Publicans @SerFinnick

Master Markus Ishmael of the Honorable Company of Thespians and Revelers @hudsun202

 

As is our obligation at the beginning of every session of the Helena Livery Board, each Livery Master must recite the ancient Nauzican Oath of fealty to the Crown in order to sit.”

 

The Livery Speaker raises his hand as he stands before a lectern, imploring all of his colleagues to follow suit: at once the Livery Masters rise, as individual assistants scramble to provide their superiors with the proper paperwork. Once all were ready, they collectively spoke:

 

”I swear to be true to the Emperor and the realm and not to maintain silence about any evil that I may know which is being contemplated against them. I swear to work tirelessly to the betterment of the Empire and the Orenian people that comprise it. I swear also not to eat or drink with traitors and not to have anything in common with them, and always to defend the honor of the gentlemen I serve. This I swear by the Holy Scrolls.”

 

Once the oath was concluded, all the Livery Masters returned to their seats - except for the Livery Speaker, who then opened the floor to the business of the Helena Livery Board.

 

((This is a forum roleplay post, predominantly for absentee voting and session records. Only players with characters in the Helena Livery Board are present in the room and able to reply.))

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Doctor Desmond Morgryn rises to speak

 

“Honorable ladies and gentlemen of the Livery, I propose legislation that will bring aide to those struck by the events occurring in our city. I do not doubt you all remember the demon attacks on the farms of our great City and the devastation it’s left in it’s place. As the farms have yet to be rebuilt I believe it is our duty to try and aide the urban poor of our city who now do not have access to an easy source of food. My legislation proposes that this Livery Board purchase bread from companies within the city and re-sell this at a subsidized rate. I have prepared such a bill and hope for you all to read it now and state any such questions or quarrels you may have”

 

The Grain-Dole Act of 1781 would be passed out to the Livery Masters and spare copies would be given to the members of the audience
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VOTE ON THE GRAIN-DOLE LIVERY BILL 

23th of Sigismund’s End, 1781

 

AYE

Mercers

Ironmongers

Grocers

Tylers

Barbers

Scriveners

Drapers

Thespians

 

NAY

Vintners

Publicans

 

“The ayes have it by eight, Mister Speaker. The livery bill is ready to receive administrative assent” @Lyonharted™ @sergisala

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[!]  Thomas Aquinas, Master of the Honorable Company of Drapers votes ‘Aye’ on the matter of the Grain Dole Act.

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A letter is dispatched via courier to the Livery Masters and the City Government.

 

Dear sir or madame, 

 

In line with the amendment being published presently by the Minister, I am designating the Master of the Mercers, Mr. Kinsrell Commandore @Slapacookie, as my Speaker Pro Tempore. He will effectively be my deputy.

 

If I am ever absent from a Board meeting, he will chair it in my stead. During normal meetings, he will call the roll and assist as otherwise needed during my chairship. 

 

We anticipate still holding a meeting in two saint’s days. Please prepare any legislation that you wish to present before then. You may feel free to share it beforehand with the Masters so that they can study the subject before our deliberations.

 

[The meeting will be Saturday at 6 p.m. EST]

 

Your obedient servant,

 

Victor C. Halcourt

Speaker of the Livery Board

Helena City Government

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[!] Master Markus Ishmael of the Honorable Company of Thespians and Revelers votes “Aye” regarding the matter of the Grain Dole act, hoping it can bring good!

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In accordance with the Oren Revised Code (ORC 601.067) and the City Charter of Helena (Section III), the Ministry of the Interior does hereby grant administrative assent to The Grain-Dole Livery Act of 1781.

 

His Excellency, Sir Edward Galbraith, Secretary of the Interior.

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A letter is dispatched via courier to the Mayor’s Office. @monkey poacher

 

ATTENTION:

His Excellency

The Lord Mayor

Mr. Achille Nicephore
 

 

A majority vote has passed the Grain Dole Act, authored by the Master of the Barbers and Surgeons, Mr. Desmond Morgryn. In addition, the Minister of the Interior has provided his assent on behalf of His Imperial Majesty the Emperor.

 

We the Livery Board of the Imperial City do humbly ask you to review the ordinances of this act and prepare for its execution. Please work with your most esteemed Mayoral Council to achieve these goals.

 

 

For the liberty of all,

 

Victor C. Halcourt

Speaker of the Livery Board

Helena City Government

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Lyonharted™ said:

A letter is dispatched via courier to the Mayor’s Office. @monkey poacher

 

ATTENTION:

His Excellency

The Lord Mayor

Mr. Achille Nicephore
 

 

A majority vote has passed the Grain Dole Act, authored by the Master of the Barbers and Surgeons, Mr. Desmond Morgryn. In addition, the Minister of the Interior has provided his assent on behalf of His Imperial Majesty the Emperor.

 

We the Livery Board of the Imperial City do humbly ask you to review the ordinances of this act and prepare for its execution. Please work with your most esteemed Mayoral Council to achieve these goals.

 

 

For the liberty of all,

 

Victor C. Halcourt

Speaker of the Livery Board

Helena City Government

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A letter returns to the Livery Speaker.

 

To the esteemed Victor C. HalcourtLivery Speaker,

 

It is my pleasure to institute the Grain Dole Livery Act, at the request of this city’s fine liverymen. I await receipt of funds from the Imperial Treasury for its execution. 

 

All the best,

Achille Nicephore,

Lord Mayor.

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Dimitri Orlov stands, clearing his throat. “Ladies and gentlemen of Livery Board, I would like to propose act in order to aid equal representation of people in Helena, as well as to help keep city ledger clean and correct. I spoke about voting statistics with our friends from House of Commons. More than 50 vote from Helena was invalid due to incomplete census, is why I propose Imperial Census Integration Act. Feel free to voice wy questions, comments, or concerns.” With this, he would hand out multiple copies of the act to the Livery Board members.

 

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A transcript of the 11th Tobias Bounty, 1782 meeting is shared with the Masters and the Government. A key is provided in the transcript, as well a roll of attendance.

 

 

Master Attendance
Speaker Pro Tempore Commandore Absent
Master Carrington Absent
Master Sommers Absent
Master Kelmenour Present
Master Orlov Absent
Master Morgryn Present
Master Aquinas Absent
Speaker Halcourt Present
Master Pruvia Absent
Master Ishmael Present


 

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‎‎Meeting Minutes from the 11th of Tobias Bounty, 1783 Meeting

 


Speaker Halcourt: “Livery Masters may be seated on the left as you enter, while members of the City Government may be seated on the right... Thank you.”

Speaker Halcourt: “I call this meeting of the Livery Board to order at 1:41 P.M. on the 11th of Tobias Bounty, 1782.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Before we call the roll, I ask that all Masters and other government employees stand to recite the Nauzican Oath, declaring our oath of fealty to His Imperial Majesty the Emperor.”

The Nauzican Oath is recited, reading as follows. All Masters and government employees present participate.

”I swear to be true to the Emperor and the realm and not to maintain silence about any evil that I may know which is being contemplated against them. I swear to work tirelessly to the betterment of the Empire and the Orenian people that comprise it. I swear also not to eat or drink with traitors and not to have anything in common with them, and always to defend the honor of the gentlemen I serve. This I swear by the Holy Scrolls.”


Speaker Halcourt: “Amen.”

Master Kelmenour: “Amen.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Amen.”

Speaker Halcourt: “You may all be seated.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Mister Speaker, I volunteer to call roll.”
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Speaker Halcourt: “Splendid. Please proceed with the roll then, mister Deputy Mayor.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Master Kinsrell Commandore of the Honorable Company of Mercers.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Master Alpha Carrington of the Honorable Company of Vintners, Brewers and InnkeepersMaster Alpha Carrington of the Honorable Company of Vintners, Brewers and Innkeepers.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Master Thaliet Sommers of the Honorable Company of Ironmongers, Blacksmiths and Founders.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Master Annabelle Kelmenour of the Honorable Company of Grocers and Cooks.”

Master Kelmenour: “Aye.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Master Dmitri Orlov of the Honorable Company of Tylers, Bricklayers and Paviors.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Master Desmond Morgryn of the Honorable Company of Barbers and Surgeons.”

Master Morgryn: “Aye.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Master Thomas Aquinas of the Honorable Company of Drapers and Haberdashers.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Master Victor C. Halcourt of the Honorable Company of Scriveners.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Present.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Master Philip Pruvia-Albarosa of the Honorable Company of Publicans.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Master Markus Ishmael of the Honorable Company of Thespians and Revelers.”

Master Ishmael: “Present.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Speaker, that concludes the roll call with 4 present members.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The record will reflect the poor attendance of the Masters… Nevertheless, we will proceed. Thank you, masters Kelmenour, Ishmael, and Morgryn, for your dedication.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, also, mister Deputy Mayor. Your assistance is much obliged.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair will now hear any Masters who wish to present a bill or other legislation for consideration by the Board at large.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Please stand and speak if this is you.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair recognizes the gentleman from the Barbers and Surgeons.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The first point of debate is the prerogative of the presenter. Feel free to offer any thoughts or comments you see fit, Master Morgryn.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “If I may interrupt, shall we invite Master Alpha Carrington to join us in this meeting from the rafters?”

Master Morgryn: “Honorable Livery Masters before I begin I must say that I am rather happy to hear that the Grain-Dole was passed and approved by our government and the Ministry of the Interior. However, there is yet more work to do. This legislation details how we must rebuild our broken Farms and prepare once more for the future. This Act shall call upon the Lord Mayor to beseech the Ministry of the Interior for Imperial Architects to rebuild our farms. If the Lord Mayor fails in this task then a private fund to hire architects shall be established. Furthermore it prepares us for the future by establishing a City Storage for crops as well as a Caretaker of the City Farms in order to safeguard us against further troubles in the future.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, master Morgryn. Eloquent as ever. Master Carrington, please feel free to be seated with your peers.”

 

Master Carrington did not sit with her peers. It appears she was asleep.

Master Morgryn: “If any Livery Master has questions or quarrels with this, please state so now.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair will now recognize any Masters who have questions regarding the Farms Reconstruction Act.”

Speaker Halcourt: “There being no questions from the Board, I myself would ask: Rather than establishing a new role, might it be more appropriate to delegate the functions of agricultural management to an existing member of the Mayor's Council?”

Speaker Halcourt: “This could for example be delegated to the Commissioner of Sanitation, or the Commissioner of Urban Planning perhaps.”

Master Morgryn: “That is a good remark, however I feel that, with the changes in cabinet almost every election cycle, we need a more permanent position.”

Speaker Halcourt: “That is a fair point. Perhaps it could be its own position, then, in the framework established. A Commissioner of Agriculture.”

Master Morgryn: “I would argue against creating such a position if it is to be another member of the Lord Mayor's Cabinet.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Hm. But given that the Mayor would appoint the Caretaker as described, functionally, there would be no difference whether it is formally part of the Cabinet or not.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “As the Respesentation to the Mayoral Cabinet I see no reason to create such a role rather the establishment of the farm caretaker should be sufficent.”

Master Morgryn: “He would not appoint, sir, he would hire a Caretaker.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Fair enough. That's all I have. If any other Masters have further questions they may speak up.”

Speaker Halcourt: “There being no further questions nor debate, we will move into a vote by voice. I ask that mister Sentinel calls the roll of those present for a voice vote. Those absent will vote via courier at a later time.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, master Morgryn.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Master Annabelle Kelmenour of the Honorable Company of Grocers and Cooks.”

Master Kelmenour: “Aye.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Master Desmond Morgryn of the Honorable Company of Barbers and Surgeons.”

Master Morgryn: “Aye.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Master Victor C. Halcourt of the Honorable Company of Scriveners.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Aye.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Master Markus Ishmael of the Honorable Company of Thespians and Revelers.”

Master Ishmael: “Aye.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The record will reflect that the ayes are four and the other votes will be tallied via absentee ballot.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Vote stands at 4 Ayes 0 Nays and 6 absent Speaker.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, mister Sentinel.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair will recognize any Masters with additional legislation for debate and discussion.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Speaker if it would be seen appropriate I would like to present the Legislature of Master Dimitri Orlav to the floor as a proxy.”

Speaker Halcourt: “This is acceptable, mister Sentinel. Please proceed.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The first point of debate is awarded to the presenter. Please offer any insight that you see fit.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “The Censuc Integration act will serve as a method to fully integrate all citizens into the imperial Census it state plainly that upon selling a property to its new owner, they shall first if said buyer qualifies. Enforce the signing the of current  decades census.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, mister Deputy Mayor.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “I am open to question however for in depth question or revision I reccomend you speak to Master Orlav.”

Speaker Halcourt: “My other job, beyond being your Speaker, is serving as the Secretary of Civil Affairs in His Imperial Majesty's Cabinet. I can attest that census participation has been lacking in Helena. It is my belief that this initiative would significantly help this.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair will now recognize any other individuals who have questions or debate. You may also feel free to send a letter to Master Orlov since he is absent.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair recognizes the gentleman from the Honorable Company of the Barbers and Surgeons.”

Master Morgryn: “Mister Speaker I propose that this legislation be tabled until Master Orlov is present for its debate.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “I second that motion I Only hoped to insert what I belive to be an important topic into the minds of the Masters for there consideration.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “However I would hope to take any more questions before it is tabled for te session.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Understandable. The motion is heard and has a second. It will proceed to a voice vote of those present to affirm or deny its tabling, after questions are complete.”

Speaker Halcourt: “If anyone has further questions, please stand.”

Speaker Halcourt: “There being no further questions, we will proceed to a voice vote on whether or not to table this legislation until Master Orlov is present.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Mister Sentinel, please call the roll of those present.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Master Annabelle Kelmenour of the Honorable Company of Grocers and Cooks.”

Master Kelmenour: “Aye.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Master Desmond Morgryn of the Honorable Company of Barbers and Surgeons.”

Master Morgryn: “Aye.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Master Victor C. Halcourt of the Honorable Company of Scriveners.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Aye.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Master Markus Ishmael of the Honorable Company of Thespians and Revelers.”

Master Ishmael: “Aye.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Aye have it Speaker.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The motion passes unanimously by voice vote of those present. The Imperial Census Integration Act is therefore tabled until our next session, where hopefully Master Orlov will be available.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair will recognize any further legislation from present Masters.”

Speaker Halcourt: “There being no further legislation, the meeting will proceed into a period of unstructured debate. If any Masters or members of the public have comments or concerns to raise before we move on, they may voice them now. Please stand and await recognition.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair recognizes the gentleman from the Honorable Company of Thespians and Revelers.”

Master Ishmael: “Greetings Masters! And all others, I would like to formally announce that as of today, once the theather is up and running, a percentage of 30% of the proceeds will go into helping repair the city as of recent demonic events.”

Master Ishmael: “And…yeah that's really it.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Your generosity is appreciated, Master Ishmael.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Any others interested in public comments may stand.”

Speaker Halcourt: “There being no further comments, the meeting will proceed into the government questions period. Masters and members of the public may ask questions of the Helena City Government, herein represented by Deputy Mayor Tirilan Sentinel, on any subject.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Those interested may stand and await recognition.”

Speaker Halcourt: “You are all free to ask questions if you see fit.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Mister Deputy Mayor, do you have any reports or notes to offer the Board? We pray that Mayor Nicephore has been able to begin achieving his goals, and are happy to help as we may.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Not at the time no speaker.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Understood. In future, I would ask that the City Government prepare some sort of formal report for presentation at meetings. This could be on, for example, recent initiatives the Mayor undertook, new hires in the Mayoral Council, et cetera.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, mister Deputy Mayor.”

Speaker Halcourt: “There being no further questions for the government, the chair will entertain a motion to adjourn.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “I will be certain to compile a report Speaker.”

Master Ishmael: “So moved!”

Speaker Halcourt: “The motion will require a second from a Master.”

Master Kelmenour: “I second the motion.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you. The motion is heard by the chair and will proceed to a quick voice vote. Those in favor, please say aye. Those opposed, say nay. Abstensions, please remain silent.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Aye.”

Master Kelmenour: “Aye.”

Master Morgryn: “Aye.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The motion to adjourn has passed unanimously.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Good day Speaker.”

Speaker Halcourt: “I hereby adjourn this meeting of the Livery Board of the Imperial City at 5:23 P.M. on the 11th of Tobias' Bounty, 1782.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Godspeed to you, Deputy Mayor Sentinel, Masters.”
 

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LIVERY BOARD VOTE

ON THE FARM RECONSTRUCTION ACT

6th of Sun’s Smile, 1782

 

 

AYE

Speaker Halcourt
Master Kelmenour
Master Morgryn
Master Ishmael

Master Orlov

Master Carrington

 

 

NAY

none

 

 

ABSTENTION

none

 

 

ABSENT

Speaker Pro Tempore Commandore
Master Sommers

Master Aquinas
Master Pruvia

 

The bill passes with a majority of six ayes. The Farm Reconstruction Act in its amended form is submitted to the Office of the Mayor for veto or signature. @monkey poacher

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Dimitri Orlov stands, straightening any wrinkles on his suit. “First, I of course vote in favor of Farm Reconstruction Act. With that said, ladies and gentlemen of Livery Board, I would like to propose act in order to fix septic system of Helena. According to new Solicitor General, about 50 percent of system is barricaded by ISA or MoJ. I have procured act to reopen, reconstruct, and renovate septic system, and to discourage criminal activity within it.” With this, he would hand out multiple copies of the act to the Livery Board members.

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A transcript of the 11th Tobias Bounty, 1783 meeting is shared with the Masters and the Government. A key is provided in the transcript, as well a roll of attendance.

 

Master Attendance
Speaker Pro Tempore Commandore Absent
Master Carrington Present
Master Sommers Absent
Master Kelmenour Present
Master Orlov Present
Master Morgryn Present
Master Aquinas Proxy*
Speaker Halcourt Present
Master Pruvia Present
Master Ishmael Absent

 

* Master Aquinas delegated Casper Hyde of the Honorable Company of Drapers and Haberdashers as his proxy and representative for the duration of this meeting.


 

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Meeting Minutes from the 11th of Tobias Bounty, 1783 Meeting

 


Master Pruvia: “Mister Speaker.”

Speaker Halcourt: “We will now begin.”

Master Orlov: “Apologies… lost track of time.”

Speaker Halcourt: “I hereby call this meeting of the Livery Board of the Imperial City to order at 8:24 P.M. On the 11th of Tobias' bounty, 1783.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Before we call the roll, I ask that all those whom are present stand and recite the Nauzican Oath, as a sign of our dedication and fealty to the Emperor.”

Master Pruvia: “I am not swearing fealty to anyone but the Emperor and GOD, friend”

Speaker Halcourt: “That -- yes, master Pruvia, that is precisely what the Nauzican oath is.”

Speaker Halcourt: “I swear to be true to the Emperor and the realm and not to maintain silence about any evil that I may know which is being contemplated against them. I swear to work tirelessly to the betterment of the Empire and the Orenian people that comprise it.  I swear also not to eat or drink with traitors and not to have anything in common with them, and always to defend the honor of the gentlemen I serve. This I swear by the Holy Scrolls.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Amen.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Amen.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Is Speaker pro tempore Commandore present?”

Speaker Halcourt: “In the absence of the Speaker pro tempore, I ask for a volunteer from the city government to act as this meeting's clerk.”

Master Orlov: “In that case, I volunteer.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, master Orlov. Please call the roll.”

Master Orlov: “Master Kinsrell Commandore of the Honorable Company of Mercers.”

Master Orlov: “Master Alpha Carrington of the Honorable Company of Vintners, Brewers and Innkeepers.”

Master Carrington: “What.”

Master Pruvia: “Present.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Yes. That.”

Master Orlov: “Master Thaliet Sommers of the Honorable Company of Ironmongers, Blacksmiths and Founders.”

Master Orlov: “Master Annabelle Kelmenour of the Honorable Company of Grocers and Cooks.”

Master Kelmenour: “Present.”

Master Orlov: “Master Desmond Morgryn of the Honorable Company of Barbers and Surgeons.”

Master Morgryn: “Present.”

Master Orlov: “Master Thomas Aquinas of the Honorable Company of Drapers and Haberdashers.”

Master Aquinas: “I have a represenative, Casper Hyde.”

Master Orlov: “Master Victor C. Halcourt of the Honorable Company of Scriveners.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, Master Aquinas, for arranging a representative.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Present.”

Master Orlov: “Master Philip Pruvia-Albarosa of the Honorable Company of Publicans.”

Master Pruvia: “Present.”

Master Orlov: “Master Markus Ishmael of the Honorable Company of Thespians and Revelers.”

Master Orlov: “Master Markus Ishmael of the Honorable Company of Thespians and Revelers.”

Master Pruvia: “Absent.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, Master Orlov.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Before we proceed, I would ask that those present who did not make it to last week's meeting would quickly give me, via voice vote, their vote on the Farm Reconstruction Act. This would be Masters Pruvia, Carrington, Orlov, and representative Hyde.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Master Morgryn may briefly offere any comments explaining the Act. Note it already has 4 votes, so it has almost passed.”

Master Pruvia: “Abstain.”

Master Orlov: “Aye.”

Master Carrington: “Aye.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The ayes have it. The Farm Reconstruction Act passes.”

Master Morgryn: “I thank you, my good Honorable Livery Masters.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair would commend Master Morgryn on his dedication.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Moving on.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair will recognize any Masters who may wish to submit for debate and vote a bill of the livery board. Please stand and await to be called upon.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair will recognize the honorable gentleman from the Company of Tylers, Bricklayers, and Palviors.”

Master Orlov: “Spasiba. I would like to return attention to act from previous livery meeting, was tabled.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The first point of debate is awarded to the presenter. You may offer any comments in favor of your bill.”

Master Orlov: “Ladies and gentlemen of Livery Board, I would like to propose act in order to aid equal representation of people in Helena, as well as to help keep city ledger clean and correct. I spoke about voting statistics with our friends from House of Commons. More.”

Master Orlov: “More than 50 vote from Helena was invalid due to incomplete census, is why I propose Imperial Census Integration Act. Feel free to voice wy questions, comments, or concerns.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, Master Orlov. You may be seated. Any Master may stand if they wish to offer a point of debate.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair recognizes the honorable gentleman from the Company of Publicans.”

Master Pruvia: “Honorable Members, it has come to my attention that the Honorable Member of Bricklayers amd Tylers would evict any homeowner who refuses to register in the census….”

Master Pruvia: “I find this preposterous, we cannot *force* someone to register. We cannot remove someone frome their home for not wanting to become an imperial citizen.”

Master Carrington: “I agree with Philip.”

Master Pruvia: “What would you do, say, for the merchants who come here to sell their product from afar? Would you force them to become citizens to tend a shop or cart here?”

Master Pruvia: “.”

Master Pruvia: “I would ask the Honorable Member to clarify how he intends on protecting Foreign Visitors who manage a property here in our city.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, Master Pruvia. The chair would point out that we as the Livery Board may entertain a motion to amend this bill if we so please. This could offer more lenient punishments and could include exemptions for example for foreign nationals living in  the Imperial City.”

Speaker Halcourt: “You may be seated, Master Pruvia.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair will recognize the honorable gentleman from the Company of Tylers, Bricklayers, and Palviors.”

Master Orlov: “I am very patriotic to Empire, so perhaps is bias. In my eyes, is duty of every resident of Empire to register. Da, perhaps eviction is too severe of punishment. However, only one candidate from Helena is currently in House. Is in my interest to find way to motivate registration for census. Haense on other hand, has eight seats. I find that proportion must be kept, capital is capital, and people of Helena's vote must matter as much as Helena does.”

Master Orlov: “Shops should indeed be required to register census. If wy wish to partake in Imperial economy, wy would also partake in Imperial voting to pick which leaders will represent wy. Stalls are indeed gray area, but I am open to suggestions from comrades on board.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, Master Orlov. The chair will recognize any further points of debate. Please stand and wait to be called upon.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair recognizes the honorable gentleman from the Company of Publicans.”

Master Pruvia: “I am in agreement that the seats in the House are severely disporportionate, and understand the importance of having our own citizens registered to vote. As such, I wish to provide an amendment to the Act.”

Master Pruvia: “I motion to amend Section 1, on the topic of Failure to Register to be Grounds for legal Eviction with this: If one declines to Register in the Census and Gives up their right to vote, the property owned by said 'Non-Citizen', henceforth known plainly as 'Resident', will be Taxed at a 50% Increase of what the property is Valued at. The Resident would also be barred from participating in Local Elections and Public Office in this City.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair will entertain the honorable gentleman's motion to amend the Census Integration bill. It requires a second.”

Master Aquinas: “I second that.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The motion has been heard. Thank you, Master Aquinas. We will proceed to a brief period of debate on the motion before a vote. I will limit this to 3 points of debate maximum in the interest of time. The first point of debate goes to the author, Master Orl.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Orlov.”

Master Orlov: “I agree with Master Pruvia's suggestion.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, Master Orlov. The chair will now hear any further points of debate.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “As a rep to the Mayor I would like to voice my Approval to the ammendment as well.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, Deputy Mayor Sentinel.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Going once, twice….”

Speaker Halcourt: “There being no further points of debate we will proceed to a voice vote on the amendment.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Simply say aye, nay, or I abstain. Again, this is whether or not to approve Master Pruvia's amendment to the Census Integration act.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Aye.”

Master Pruvia: “Aye.”

Master Aquinas: “Aye.”

Master Kelmenour: “Aye.”

Master Morgryn: “Nay.”

Master Orlov: “Aye.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Master Carrington, your vote?”

Master Carrington: “Uh.”

Master Carrington: “Aye.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The ayes are 6, the nays are 1, and there are 3 absences. The amendment proposed by the honorable gentleman from the Company of Publicans is passed. We will return to debating the bill.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair will recognize any further points of debate, with a limit of 3 more before a voice vote on the Census Integration bill.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Please stand if you wish to air a point of debate.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “If the speaker sees it apropriate I would like to bring forward a point of debate.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair recognizes the Deputy Mayor.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Master Orlav will there be an effort to register all current owners or will this only be for all future purchases.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair will hear a response from Master Orlov.”

Master Orlov: “Da, as new purchases of property have declined due to Inferi advancement.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, master Orlov. Understanding that Master Orlov's intent is to apply this retroactively as well, it would behoove the Board to add language explaining how.”

Master Orlov: “Current property owners would be given fair amount of time to comply, perhaps 2 saint's weeks.”

Speaker Halcourt: “That would work well enough. But we should task someone in particular with enforcement, such as the City Clerk, Mr. Swint.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair will recognize the honorable gentleman from the Company of Publicans.”

Master Pruvia: “City Clerk Sir Rylan Swint is preoccupied with his work in the ISA, and following the Death of his Wife and Child, I'd ask we do not burden him with more work at the present time.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, Master Pruvia. Perhaps then it could simply be the Clerk's Office as a whole, whether that be him, you as Deputy Clerk, or the common Clerks.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Either way, we will need someone to motion an amendment with specific language -- the 2 saint's weeks grace period from Master Orlov, who enforces compliance, etc.”

Master Pruvia: “As the Board deems fit”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair recognizes the honorable gentleman from the Company of Bricklayers, Tylers, and Palviors.”

Master Orlov: “I motion to ammend the act in the form of appending paragraph to Section II, stating that city clerks will be responsible with enforcement of act for current property owners that have niet registered, giving two saint's week to do so.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair will entertain the motion. It requires a second.”

Master Aquinas: “I second”

Master Kelmenour: “I secod.”

Speaker Halcourt: “We will proceed to a quick voice vote. Indicate your vote by saying audibly aye, nay, or I abstain.”

Master Morgryn: “Will there be no debate, Mr. Speaker?”

Speaker Halcourt: “Oh, yes. Wait a moment.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair will hear a maximum of 3 points of debate on this amendment.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair recognizes the honorable gentleman from the Company of Barbers and Surgeons.”

Speaker Halcourt: “And thank you for the reminder.”

Master Morgryn: “Honorable Livery Masters I feel this ammendment counteracts the purpose of this Livery and undermines the purpose of the Lord Mayor. We represent the Livery Companies yet the Lord Mayor represents the Citites, surely they should be placed in charge of the enactment of this bill.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “The Bill clearly states The Lord Mayor and their Cabinet shall be placed in responsibility of aiding the clerks with the enforcement of this Act.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, Master Morgryn, Deputy Mayor Sentinel. The chair recognizes the honorable gentleman from the Company of Publicans.”

Master Pruvia: “It is the duty of the Livery Board to Propose, Debate and Enact Necessary change and Legislation to the City of Helena.”

Master Pruvia: “The Lord Mayor and his Council would be tasked with executing any and all legislation passed in this chamber, as does the Association of Clerks.”

Master Pruvia: “I'd remind you, Master, that the Lord Mayor serves at the pleasure of the people of Helena, those whom we are tasked with representing.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Mayor and runs city finances.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, Master Pruvia. The chair recognizes the honorable gentleman from the Company of Barbers and Surgeons. I will hear 1 more point of debate after Master Morgryn's.”

Master Morgryn: “The good Honorable Gentlemen brings up a fair point. However it is of the mind of this Honorable Livery Master that we as Livery Masters do not represent the people of this City, we represent those who are within our Livery. The office of Lord Mayor is elected through a city wide vote. Furthermore this Livery does not maintain power over the Clerks and it is the belief of this Master that such responsibility falls to the Lord Mayor. Therefore we cannot directly lay the responsibilty of this bill at the feet of the City Clerks, it must go through the Lord Mayor and his office, they should be placed in direct control of the enactment of this Bill.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, Master Morgryn. This will be a final point of debate. Please note that we are still debating the earlier amendment, so if you find this amendment untenable, we will vote on it momentarily and someone could motion for a different amendment.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair recognizes the honorable gentleman from the Company of Publicans for the final point of debate on this particular amendment.”

Master Pruvia: “It is my understanding that, at the moment, the Lord Mayor does not oversee the Clerks, that duty befalls to the City Clerk, to whom I serve as Deputy. I assure you, Master Morgryn, the Clerks of Helena will gladly take on this responsibility. Do not fret, friend - Our Clerks have greatly served this city for decades, and will continue to do so for decades to come.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, Master Pruvia. It is important to note that the Clerkship has for many years enjoyed an interesting relationship of inter-dependence with the Mayorship, which Master Pruvia has explained well.”

Speaker Halcourt: “I ask that the author of the amendment repeat his amendment briefly before we vote on it.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “What is it I have to be somewhere.”

Master Orlov: “I motion to ammend the act in the form of appending paragraph to Section II, stating that city clerks will be responsible with enforcement of act for current property owners that have niet registered, giving two saint's week to do so.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you dearly, Master Orlov. Now to a voice vote on the amendment.”

Master Pruvia: “Aye.”

Master Orlov: “Aye.”

Master Kelmenour: “Aye.”

Master Morgryn: “Nay.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Aye.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “With my appointment to Solicitor General Pay will be arriveing on time from this point on.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “Find me in two saints days.”

Deputy Mayor Sentinel: “For 3 weeks back pay.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Nay." .”

Speaker Halcourt: “I also switch my vote to nay.”

Master Aquinas: “Nay.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The ayes are three, the nays are four.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The amendment fails.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair would ask that perhaps Master Morgryn or one of the aggrieved parties could present an amendment more suitable to their liking so that we can get onto the next bill.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair recognizes the honorable gentleman from the Company of Barbers and Surgeons.”

Master Aquinas: “I would like to change my vote to 'Aye'.”

Speaker Halcourt: “On the amendment, Master Aquinas?”

Master Aquinas: “Yes.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The ayes have it, then, 4 to 3. Master Orlov's amendment passes.”

Speaker Halcourt: “I will hear 2 final points of debate on this bill. Any further amendments should be made now. I'd like this one finished quickly as we have other business to attend ot.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair recognizes the honorable gentleman from the Company of Publicans.”

Master Pruvia: “Since the Reconstruction of our Beloved City, the management of Her property has been tasked to the City Clerk and his Clerks. The Clerks of which are entrusted with properly conduct sales of housing, and assisting in the task of collecting the annual taxes.”

Master Pruvia: “I wish to add onto this bill Section III: To allow for the renaming of the Clerks of Helena back to the former 'Steward', to allow for better recognition of our hard working Stewards, at the direction of the City Clerk.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, Master Pruvia. The chair will entertain the motion. It requires a second from the stand. I will hear no points of debate on this amendment in the interest of time. Debate with your vote. Please voice your votes presently.”

Master Orlov: “I second.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The motion is heard. Vote away, Masters.”

Master Orlov: “Aye.”

Master Pruvia: “Aye.”

Master Aquinas: “Aye.”

Master Kelmenour: “Aye.”

Master Morgryn: “Aye.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Aye.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The ayes are six, Master Carrington is asleep, and there are 3 absences.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The amendment passes.”

Speaker Halcourt: “We will now move to a voice vote on the actual, final, thrice-amended bill.”

Speaker Halcourt: “I would commend Masters Orlov, Morgryn, and Pruvia on their oratory and debate today. They have been very productive, and their discussion furthers the health of our Imperial City.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Please voice your votes presently. Aye, nay, or I abstain.”

Master Morgryn: “I abstain.”

Master Pruvia: “The Honorable Company of Publican votes: Aye.”

Master Kelmenour: “Aye.”

Master Aquinas: “Aye.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Aye.”

Speaker Halcourt: “I abstain. .”

Speaker Halcourt: “The ayes are four, the nays are zero, and there are two abstentions.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Factoring in the two abstentions, we are one member short of passage. The bill will be heard by remote vote. I will send word to the absent Masters after our meeting.”

Speaker Halcourt: “We will move on. Any Masters with legislation may stand and be heard.”

Master Orlov: “Stands again reee.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair will recognize the honorable gentleman from the Company of Bricklayers, Tylers, and Palviors.”

Master Orlov: “Spasiba. Ladies and gentlemen of Livery Board, I would like to propose act in order to fix septic system of Helena. According to new Solicitor General, about 50 percent of system is barricaded by ISA or MoJ.”

Master Orlov: “I have procured act to reopen, reconstruct, and renovate septic system, and to discourage criminal activity within it.”

Master Pruvia: “I second.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, Master Orlov. In the interest of time, I will hear 2, perhaps 3, maximum points of debate before a vote.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Please stand if you have a point of debate.”

Speaker Halcourt: “There being no further points of debate we will proceed to a voice vote.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Please say your vote now.”

Master Morgryn: “Aye.”

Master Kelmenour: “Aye.”

Master Pruvia: “Aye.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Aye.”

Master Orlov: “Aye.”

Master Carrington: “Uh aye.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The ayes are six, the nays are zero, and there are four absences. Let the record also reflect that Master Aquinas and his Representative, Mister Hyde, departed. Nevertheless we have quorum.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The Septic Renovation Act passes with a simple majority.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair will hear any further legislation from the bench. Please stand.”

Speaker Halcourt: “It is my understanding that there are no further bills from the bench.”

Speaker Halcourt: “I myself will present one final bill for today. It should be quick.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The Public Records Act would codify a practice I as Speaker have begun. Future Speakers would be required to publish records of who attended what meeting, what was said, and what was voted on.”

Speaker Halcourt: “This is to enable transparency and integrity in the legislative process. I will allow the Masters a minute to read the bill.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair will hear any points of debate on this bill.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair recognizes the honorable gentleman from the Company of Barbers and Surgeons.”

Master Morgryn: “Mr. Speaker I wish to ask you when this Bill was written? I believe there to be discrepency with the dating should this have been written and passed in 1783.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Oh, the date is incorrect. It has not been heard yet.”

Master Morgryn: “Thank you”

Speaker Halcourt: “Are there any further points of debate?”

Speaker Halcourt: “There being no further points of debate we will proceed to a voice vote.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Please indicate your vote now.”

Master Morgryn: “Aye.”

Master Kelmenour: “Aye.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Aye.”

Master Orlov: “Aye.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The ayes are four, the nays are zero. The bill's fate will be determined by courier vote from the absent Masters at a later date.”

Speaker Halcourt: “There being no further legislation, this meeting will move into the period of public announcements. Masters may share anything they see fit to those present and it will be added to the minutes.”

Master Carrington: “Aye.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Oh -- correction. The ayes are fix. Thank you, Master Carrington.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair would invite the acting Secretary of State for the Interior to introduce himself at this point in time.”

Master Orlov: “When is Edward Galbraith's execution scheduled?”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair recognizes the honorable gentleman from the Company of Barbers and Surgeons.”

Master Morgryn: “Aye, what is the Secretary's plans to, and I quote, 'loosed the chains that have bound the Livery Board'? Does he mean to decrease the role of the Ministry of the Interior or increase the authority of this Livery Board?”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, Secretary O'Rourke. Are there any further questions for His Excellency?”

Speaker Halcourt: “The chair recognizes the honorable lady from the Company of Grocers and Cooks.”

Master Kelmenour: “As an active shop keeper within the Bazaar, I would like to know why it is not provided any help or funding by the government while other establishments that don't bring in as much business are?”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, Mister Secretary. Are there further questions?”

Speaker Halcourt: “There being no further questions we will proceed.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Are there any public announcements from the stand?”

Speaker Halcourt: “This could include new business endeavors, projects, etc.”

Speaker Halcourt: “There being no public announcements, we would move onto the government question period, but there are no members of the city government present.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The record will reflect this absence, but also note that Deputy Mayor Sentinel was here for many hours and this meeting's length likely caused him to have work elsewhere, so the issue is forgiven.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Regardless, I will be writing a letter to the Mayor asking for better in the future.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Understandable. But the Lord Mayor could have came, or one of his Commissioners, too.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Moving on. The government questions period being over, I will entertain a motion to adjourn.”

Master Kelmenour: “So moved.”

Speaker Halcourt: “The motion will be entertained. It requires a second.”

Master Morgryn: “I second the motion.”

Speaker Halcourt: “We will hold a quick voice vote. Please indicate your vote now.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Aye.”

Master Kelmenour: “Aye.”

Master Morgryn: “Aye.”

Speaker Halcourt: “A majority of those present have voted in favor of adjournment. I hereby close this meeting of the Livery Board of the Imperial City at 9:50 P.M. On the 13th of Tobias Bounty, 1783.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Thank you, Masters, Mister Secretary.”

Speaker Halcourt: “Godspeed to you all.”
 

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LIVERY BOARD VOTE

ON THE CENSUS INTEGRATION ACT

6th of Sun’s Smile, 1783

 

 

AYE

Speaker Halcourt
Master Pruvia
Master Aquinas
Master Kelmenour

Master Orlov

Master Carrington

 

 

NAY

Master Morgryn

 

 

ABSTENTION

none

 

 

ABSENT

Speaker Pro Tempore Commandore

Master Sommers

Master Ishmael

 

 

The bill passes with a majority of six ayes. The Census Integration Act in its amended form is submitted to the Office of the Mayor for veto or signature. @monkey poacher

 

 


LIVERY BOARD VOTE

ON THE PUBLIC RECORDS ACT

8th of Sun’s Smile, 1783

 

 

AYE

Speaker Halcourt
Master Kelmenour

Master Orlov

Master Carrington

Master Morgryn

 

 

NAY

none

 

 

ABSTENTION

none

 

 

ABSENT

Speaker Pro Tempore Commandore

Master Sommers

Master Ishmael

Master Pruvia
Master Aquinas

 

The bill lacks a majority but may achieve one if one further Master votes aye via absentee ballot.

 


LIVERY BOARD VOTE

ON THE SEPTIC RENOVATION ACT

11th of Sun’s Smile, 1783

 

 

AYE

Speaker Halcourt
Master Pruvia
Master Kelmenour

Master Orlov

Master Carrington

Master Morgryn

 

 

NAY

none

 

 

ABSTENTION

none

 

 

ABSENT

Speaker Pro Tempore Commandore

Master Sommers

Master Ishmael

Master Aquinas
 

 

 

The bill passes with a majority of six ayes. The Septic Renovation Act in its original form is submitted to the Office of the Mayor for veto or signature. @monkey poacher

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