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

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Section 5. And be it further ordained that said Joseph Smith and his Successors, are further authorized to build an embankment on the East side of the aforesaid Island, to connect the said dam with the Pier on the North, and to use the top of said Dam for a public Road or Highway, receiving for compensation from those who cross upon it, such rates as may be allowed by Ordinance of said .
Passed December 8.th 1843
Joseph Smith Mayor
. Recorder.
<​ex.d​>
Ordinance, 12 December 1843–A
<​see p. 106.​>
An Ordinance to amend an Ordinance concerning the Public Revenue passed October 31st. 1842.
Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of That an ordinance concerning the Public Revenue of the City of passed October 31. 1842 be so amended as to read as follows commencing in the seventh line of the first section of said Ordinance, namely, “except such lands, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances personal and real as may be owned” &c.
Passed December 12. 1843
Joseph Smith Mayor
. Recorder
<​exd.​>
Resolution, 12 December 1843–A
Resolved by the City Council of the City of that a continuance of time be allowed the Assessors of 1842 in advertizing Lots and Land to be sold for taxes.
Passed December 12. 1843.
Joseph Smith Mayor
. Recorder
Ordinance, 12 December 1843–B
An ordinance for selecting forty policemen and for other purposes
Section 1 Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , that the Mayor of said be and he is hereby authorized to select and have in readiness for every emergency forty policemen to be at his disposal in maintaining the peace and dignity of the citizens, and enforcing the ordinances of the said ; for ferreting out thieves and bringing them to Justice, and to act as daily and nightly watchmen and be under the pay of said
Passed December 12. 1843
Joseph Smith Mayor
. Recorder [p. 193]
Section 5. And be it further ordained that said Joseph Smith and his Successors, are further authorized to build an embankment on the East side of the aforesaid Island, to connect the said dam with the Pier on the North, and to use the top of said Dam for a public Road or Highway, receiving for compensation from those who cross upon it, such rates as may be allowed by Ordinance of said .
Passed December 8.th 1843
Joseph Smith Mayor
. Recorder.
ex.d
Ordinance, 12 December 1843–A
see p. 106.
An Ordinance to amend an Ordinance concerning the Public Revenue passed October 31st. 1842.
Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of That an ordinance concerning the Public Revenue of the City of passed October 31. 1842 be so amended as to read as follows commencing in the seventh line of the first section of said Ordinance, namely, “except such lands, tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances personal and real as may be owned” &c.
Passed December 12. 1843
Joseph Smith Mayor
. Recorder
exd.
Resolution, 12 December 1843–A
Resolved by the City Council of the City of that a continuance of time be allowed the Assessors of 1842 in advertizing Lots and Land to be sold for taxes.
Passed December 12. 1843.
Joseph Smith Mayor
. Recorder
Ordinance, 12 December 1843–B
An ordinance for selecting forty policemen and for other purposes
Section 1 Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , that the Mayor of said be and he is hereby authorized to select and have in readiness for every emergency forty policemen to be at his disposal in maintaining the peace and dignity of the citizens, and enforcing the ordinances of the said ; for ferreting out thieves and bringing them to Justice, and to act as daily and nightly watchmen and be under the pay of said
Passed December 12. 1843
Joseph Smith Mayor
. Recorder [p. 193]
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