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

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sale within five days after to pay said charge and costs.
Passed December 16th 1843
Joseph Smith Mayor
Recorder.
Minute Entry, Approval of Claim, 16 December 1843
The sum of twenty five dollars is hereby allowed to for his services as City attorrney.
Passed December 16th 1843
Joseph Smith Mayor
, Recorder
Resolution, 16 December 1843
Resolved that the office of City Attorney be vacated for the time being.
was duly elected wharf Master for one year.
Passed December 16— 1843,
Joseph Smith, Mayor,
Recorder,
Minute Entry, Approval of Claim, 21 December 1843
was allowed his claim of twenty nine dollars, as Sexton for burying certain bodi[e]s and furnishing a coffin,
Joseph Smith Mayor
Passed December 21, 1843.
. Recorder,
Ordinance, 21 December 1843
An Ordinance to prevent unlawful search or seizure of person or property by foreign process in the City of .
Sec 1. Be it Ordained by the city council of the city of , to prevent kidnapping, illegal arrests of persons, or unlawful searches for property, that all writs or warrants issued out of the , shall, before they are executed within the limits of said , be examined by, and receive the approval and signature of the Mayor of said , on the back of said process, and be served by the Marshal of said .
Sec 2. And be it further ordained that every officer, who shall execute or attempt to execute, any process as [p. 197]
sale within five days after to pay said charge and costs.
Passed December 16th 1843
Joseph Smith Mayor
Recorder.
Minute Entry, Approval of Claim, 16 December 1843
The sum of twenty five dollars is hereby allowed to for his services as City attorrney.
Passed December 16th 1843
Joseph Smith Mayor
, Recorder
Resolution, 16 December 1843
Resolved that the office of City Attorney be vacated for the time being.
was duly elected wharf Master for one year.
Passed December 16— 1843,
Joseph Smith, Mayor,
Recorder,
Minute Entry, Approval of Claim, 21 December 1843
was allowed his claim of twenty nine dollars, as Sexton for burying certain bodies and furnishing a coffin,
Joseph Smith Mayor
Passed December 21, 1843.
. Recorder,
Ordinance, 21 December 1843
An Ordinance to prevent unlawful search or seizure of person or property by foreign process in the City of .
Sec 1. Be it Ordained by the city council of the city of , to prevent kidnapping, illegal arrests of persons, or unlawful searches for property, that all writs or warrants issued out of the , shall, before they are executed within the limits of said , be examined by, and receive the approval and signature of the Mayor of said , on the back of said process, and be served by the Marshal of said .
Sec 2. And be it further ordained that every officer, who shall execute or attempt to execute, any process as [p. 197]
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