Minutes, 13 November 1841, Draft

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Saturday 13th. Novr. 1841.
Council met agreeable to adjournment, Meeting opened by Prayer,— Minutes of last Conference <​Meeting​> Read.
Col. Sworn, & signed his oath of office.
Col. one <​Chairman​> of the Committee to <​whom​> the Recorders Petn’ <​was referred​> brought presented their Report, which was <​accepted, & it was​> adopted that the provide a <​Desk, & suitable Books of Record, & also Stationary, & draw Money from the City Treasury,​> to pay for the same, & the above Property be kept at the Council House.—
Recorders Bond accepted, & it was adopted that it be lodged with the , <​&​> it was handed to the for that purpose.
City Surveyors Petn. <​presented by Colr , was received & accepted, & <​adopted​>​> passed <​that​> his Claim for a Sum of $32[.]00, <​be​> allowed, for Surveying Young Street, Parley St., & other Streets.— Colr. Joseph Smith presented——
An ordce in Relation to appeals, which which was passed Unanimously, after due proceeds. had thereon.—
Colr. Joseph Smith presented——
<​An ordce. fixing the Compensation of the Mayor & Recorder of the <​City of .​>​>
<​Sec 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , that the Mayor & Recorder, shall receive one Hundred Dollars each for the Current year as a Compensation for their services, this act to take place effect and be in force from and after its passage.—​>
<​Unanimously​>
<​Colr. Joseph Smith presented​>
<​An Ordce. concerning Vagrants & disorderly persons, <​which​> went through the usual Rules, & passed unanimously <​so far as Engrossment for​> .—​>
wished an amendment, by striking out a part of the Ordce., but <​it​> could not be done at that Stage of the proceeds, the Bill having been Engrossed.
It was put to vote, & passed Unanimously.—
moved that the ordinance Resolution passed on the 6th. Inst. relating to the assessment of City property, be reconsidered. & proceeded, & gave his reasons for introducing it.
The gave an expln. of the rights & powers given by the City Charter, & the right of the City Col. to Tax the Citizens. [p. 39]
Saturday 13th. Novr. 1841.
Council met agreeable to adjournment, Meeting opened by Prayer,— Minutes of last Meeting Read.
Col. Sworn, & signed his oath of office.
Col. Chairman of the Committee to whom the Recorders Petn’ was referred presented their Report, which was accepted, & it was adopted that the provide a Desk, & suitable Books of Record, & also Stationary, & draw Money from the City Treasury, to pay for the same, & the above Property be kept at the Council House.—
Recorders Bond accepted, & it was adopted that it be lodged with the , & it was handed to the for that purpose.
City Surveyors Petn. presented by Colr , was accepted, & adopted that his Claim for a Sum of $32.00, be allowed, for Surveying Young Street, Parley St., & other Streets.— Colr. Joseph Smith presented——
An ordce in Relation to appeals, which passed Unanimously, after due proceeds. had thereon.—
Colr. Joseph Smith presented——
An ordce. fixing the Compensation of the Mayor & Recorder of the City of .
Sec 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , that the Mayor & Recorder, shall receive one Hundred Dollars each for the Current year as a Compensation for their services, this act to take effect and be in force from and after its passage.—
Unanimously
Colr. Joseph Smith presented
An Ordce. concerning Vagrants & disorderly persons, which went through the usual Rules, so far as Engrossment for .—
wished an amendment, by striking out a part of the Ordce., but it could not be done at that Stage of the proceeds, the Bill having been Engrossed.
It was put to vote, & passed Unanimously.—
moved that the Resolution passed on the 6th. Inst. relating to the assessment of City property, be reconsidered. & proceeded, & gave his reasons for introducing it.
The gave an expln. of the rights & powers given by the City Charter, & the right of the City Col. to Tax the Citizens. [p. 39]
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