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

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to defray the expences of erecting the before mentioned Yard or Pound, and for a failure or neglect of duty he shall be subject to the same fine of the offender in the three preceding Sections.
Sec. 5. And be it further Ordained that the Marshal shall furnish keeping for said Animals so impounded, and immediately give notice of the same by Posting three handbills in some of the most public places in the , and if the owner appear not for the redemption of such Animal or Animals within three days he shall sell the same at Auction to the highest bidder and pay expence and fines from the avails of said sale, (the fees and compensation for his services to be the same as in the Ordinance respecting Swine, passed in this ,) and the remainder shall go into the City treasury unless claimed by the owner of said animals within one year.
Sec. 6. Be it further Ordained that the Marshal shall carry this Ordinance into effect under the penalty of the loss of office. This Ordinance to be in force from and after its passage.
Passed June 29th. 1843.
, Presdt., pro, Tem.
, Recorder.
Ordinance, 29 June 1843–C
An Ordinance concerning bathing and swimming.
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , that if any person shall bathe or swim in any Waters, within the limits of said , whereby such Person shall be exposed to public view, in a state of nudity, such Person shall be subject to a fine of three dollars, for the first offence, to be recovered on complaint before any Court competent to try the same; and for the second offence, to the penalty of the Ordinance concerning vagrants and disorderly Persons, passed November 13th. 1841.
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to defray the expences of erecting the before mentioned Yard or Pound, and for a failure or neglect of duty he shall be subject to the same fine of the offender in the three preceding Sections.
Sec. 5. And be it further Ordained that the Marshal shall furnish keeping for said Animals so impounded, and immediately give notice of the same by Posting three handbills in some of the most public places in the , and if the owner appear not for the redemption of such Animal or Animals within three days he shall sell the same at Auction to the highest bidder and pay expence and fines from the avails of said sale, (the fees and compensation for his services to be the same as in the Ordinance respecting Swine, passed in this ,) and the remainder shall go into the City treasury unless claimed by the owner of said animals within one year.
Sec. 6. Be it further Ordained that the Marshal shall carry this Ordinance into effect under the penalty of the loss of office. This Ordinance to be in force from and after its passage.
Passed June 29th. 1843.
, Presdt., pro, Tem.
, Recorder.
Ordinance, 29 June 1843–C
An Ordinance concerning bathing and swimming.
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , that if any person shall bathe or swim in any Waters, within the limits of said , whereby such Person shall be exposed to public view, in a state of nudity, such Person shall be subject to a fine of three dollars, for the first offence, to be recovered on complaint before any Court competent to try the same; and for the second offence, to the penalty of the Ordinance concerning vagrants and disorderly Persons, passed November 13th. 1841.
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