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

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City Offices which was read three times and passed, to wit:
Ordinance, 1 March 1841–F
An Ordinance Creating certain additional City Offices therein named.
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of . That in addition to the City officers heretofore elected, there shall be elected by the city council, one High Constable, for each ward, one surveyor and Engineer, one Market Master, one weigher and Sealer and one Collector for the , whose duties shall hereafter be defined by Ordinance.
Sec. 2. This Ordinance to take effect, and be in force from and after its Passage.
Passed March 1st. 1841.—
, Mayor.
Recorder.
 
The following appointments were made (by the City Council,) of High Constables for the .
1st. Ward 3rd. Ward
2nd. " 4th. "
was sworn into office.
Colr. J. Smith moved, that the office of supervisor of streets be declared vacant in consequence of the supervisor being neccessarily absent from the , which was carried unanimously.
was appointed Supervisor of Streets. The City was then appointed to act as Supervisor of Streets in the absence of that officer, and was sworn in.
Colr. J. Smith offered the following Resolution, which was seconded and Carried.—
Resolution, 1 March 1841–B
Resolved. That the give notice to the person having encumbrance on the street at ’s House, and oblige him to have same removed within ten days.
 
Upon Motion of , it was resolved, that all Nuisances on the street which runs along the be removed by the Supervisor.
Colr. [p. 14]
City Offices which was read three times and passed, to wit:
Ordinance, 1 March 1841–F
An Ordinance Creating certain additional City Offices therein named.
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of . That in addition to the City officers heretofore elected, there shall be elected by the city council, one High Constable, for each ward, one surveyor and Engineer, one Market Master, one weigher and Sealer and one Collector for the , whose duties shall hereafter be defined by Ordinance.
Sec. 2. This Ordinance to take effect, and be in force from and after its Passage.
Passed March 1st. 1841.—
, Mayor.
Recorder.
 
The following appointments were made (by the City Council,) of High Constables for the .
1st. Ward 3rd. Ward
2nd. " 4th. "
was sworn into office.
Colr. J. Smith moved, that the office of supervisor of streets be declared vacant in consequence of the supervisor being neccessarily absent from the , which was carried unanimously.
was appointed Supervisor of Streets. The City was then appointed to act as Supervisor of Streets in the absence of that officer, and was sworn in.
Colr. J. Smith offered the following Resolution, which was seconded and Carried.—
Resolution, 1 March 1841–B
Resolved. That the give notice to the person having encumbrance on the street at ’s House, and oblige him to have same removed within ten days.
 
Upon Motion of , it was resolved, that all Nuisances on the street which runs along the be removed by the Supervisor.
Colr. [p. 14]
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