City Col met purst to adjt, & adjourned pursuant to vote, to the office at s.—
presented a Petn to have Kimballs tract Surveyed in City Platt— Moved by that it be referred to a Committee, to report at next meeting.— spoke.—
Colr J. Smith moved that <last> motion be withdrawn & Petn proceeded on,— Colr spoke to some effect.
withdrew his Motion.—
Moved that Petn be laid on Table,— <secdd> & Carried—
Colr J. Smith applied to know if Report on City ordinances wd be in order, & being answered by the that it was,
, read that part of City ordinances, as relates to the City officers, viz Recorder, & Treasurer, Assessor, Marshall, Supervisor, Inspector of Weights & Measures, &c..
Bill read first time.
Colr J. Smith moved a resln. that the freedom of the be Conferred on the present , Lieut— Govr, Col. of Revision & Members Secdd of both Houses of the Genl Assembly of <the> State of , Seconded, & Carried.—
Colr J. Smith moved an ordinance in Relation to the University Seconded, & passed.—
< moved> An Ordinance to amend an Ordce <entitled an ordce on Temperance of 14th <15th.> feby 1841.> as to Licence, being obtd for liberty to Sell Spirituous, & <or> Vinous, Liquors.—
Read first time,— Recd 2nd Reading,— spoke in support of ordinance.—
Colr J. Smith said he his views were somewhat different, & thinks the former ordinance sufficient.
spoke against the Bill, & against granting any Licence,
spoke against making any other Law than what has been already made on this Subject.
explained.— Colr J. Smith again spoke.
moved to go into a Committee of the whole, & Carried, & was called to the Chair, & the then spoke in explination of his views of the intention of the Bill,
said if this Bill passed, it wd be in Contradiction to the former Bill, & spoke at length.
, said former Bill prohibits Licence entirely, & spoke in accordance with s views. [p. ]