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

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of each charge, and upon the rendition of Judgment, shall charge the unsuccessful Party with the Costs of Suit.
Sec. 15. When Execution shall issue against the unsuccessful Party for the recovery of the Judgment rendered, a Bill of the Costs as aforesaid shall be included in such execution, and if said Costs are not recovered from the unsuccessful Party by execution as aforesaid, it shall and may be lawful, and it is hereby made the duty of the Mayor, Aldermen, or Clerk, as aforesaid, to issue a fee Bill against the successful Party for all Costs that remain unsatisfied; which fee Bill shall contain the particulars for which Fees are charged; be directed to the Marshal; and shall have all the force of an execution.
Sec. 16. There shall be a Clerk of the Mayors Court who shall be appointed from time to time by the Mayor, as he shall deem expedient, whose compensation of services shall be the usual perquisites of the Mayors Office as set forth in the third Section of this Ordinance, excepting the compensation “on trial per day $2,00” and “for each Marriage ceremony performed $1,00”.
Sec. 17. This Ordinance to take effect, and be in force, from and after its passage.
passed Jan.y. 14th. 1843
Joseph Smith, Mayor.
Recorder.
Report from Lewis Robinson, 14 January 1843
The Report of the City Collector for the Year 1841, as adopted by the City Council, upon the Report of a Committee. “to wit”:
Lewis Robi[n]son City Collector Dr. to the City of Seven hundred Dollars and sixty four Cents ($700,64) the amount of Tax to be Collected for the year A. D. 1841.
Contra
Paid over to the City Treasurer in City Scrip— $430,50
do do in Cash—— 43,06
Cash Paid on Order to —— 126,26
Scrip [p. 146]
of each charge, and upon the rendition of Judgment, shall charge the unsuccessful Party with the Costs of Suit.
Sec. 15. When Execution shall issue against the unsuccessful Party for the recovery of the Judgment rendered, a Bill of the Costs as aforesaid shall be included in such execution, and if said Costs are not recovered from the unsuccessful Party by execution as aforesaid, it shall and may be lawful, and it is hereby made the duty of the Mayor, Aldermen, or Clerk, as aforesaid, to issue a fee Bill against the successful Party for all Costs that remain unsatisfied; which fee Bill shall contain the particulars for which Fees are charged; be directed to the Marshal; and shall have all the force of an execution.
Sec. 16. There shall be a Clerk of the Mayors Court who shall be appointed from time to time by the Mayor, as he shall deem expedient, whose compensation of services shall be the usual perquisites of the Mayors Office as set forth in the third Section of this Ordinance, excepting the compensation “on trial per day $2,00” and “for each Marriage ceremony performed $1,00”.
Sec. 17. This Ordinance to take effect, and be in force, from and after its passage.
passed Jan.y. 14th. 1843
Joseph Smith, Mayor.
Recorder.
Report from Lewis Robinson, 14 January 1843
The Report of the City Collector for the Year 1841, as adopted by the City Council, upon the Report of a Committee. “to wit”:
Lewis Robinson City Collector Dr. to the City of Seven hundred Dollars and sixty four Cents ($700,64) the amount of Tax to be Collected for the year A. D. 1841.
Contra
Paid over to the City Treasurer in City Scrip— $430,50
do do in Cash—— 43,06
Cash Paid on Order to —— 126,26
Scrip [p. 146]
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