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

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understand the ordinance in its true light— and had called the Council accordingly— The Mayor also referred the Lawyers from to the Statute which requires all processes issued in— cases of Bastardy to be returnable alone, to the Justice issueing the same.
After deliberation, an additional Section relative to the foregoing ordinance was read three times, and passed by way of
Amendment to Ordinance, 10 January 1844
Amendment
Section 3 Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , that nothing in the foregoing ordinance shall be so construed as to prevent, hinder or thwart the designs of Justice, or toretard the civil officers of the or in the discharge of their official duties, but to aid and assist them within the limits of this .
Passed January 10, 1844
Joseph Smith Mayor.
, Recorder.
Minute Entry, Approval of Petition, 13 January 1844
Granted by the City Council of the City of the Petition of J. S. Weld and twenty one others to have John Haven appointed <​second​> Inspector of Flour for the — and he to give the same bonds, and be governed by the same regulations as the other Inspector
January 13. 1844.
Joseph Smith Mayor
, Recorder.
Amendment to Ordinance, 13 January 1844
<​see page 195​> The Ordinance in relation to Merchant’s Licences was conversed upon at considerable length— and the words “Auctioneers or Druggists” were ordered to be inserted in the ordinance regulating Grocers and Merchants Licences, passed December 16. 1843. immediately after the words Merchants and Grocers in the third line on the Record.
January 13. 1844.
Joseph Smith Mayor
Recorder [p. 200]
understand the ordinance in its true light— and had called the Council accordingly— The Mayor also referred the Lawyers from to the Statute which requires all processes issued in— cases of Bastardy to be returnable alone, to the Justice issueing the same.
After deliberation, an additional Section relative to the foregoing ordinance was read three times, and passed by way of
Amendment to Ordinance, 10 January 1844
Amendment
Section 3 Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , that nothing in the foregoing ordinance shall be so construed as to prevent, hinder or thwart the designs of Justice, or toretard the civil officers of the or in the discharge of their official duties, but to aid and assist them within the limits of this .
Passed January 10, 1844
Joseph Smith Mayor.
, Recorder.
Minute Entry, Approval of Petition, 13 January 1844
Granted by the City Council of the City of the Petition of J. S. Weld and twenty one others to have John Haven appointed second Inspector of Flour for the — and he to give the same bonds, and be governed by the same regulations as the other Inspector
January 13. 1844.
Joseph Smith Mayor
, Recorder.
Amendment to Ordinance, 13 January 1844
see page 195 The Ordinance in relation to Merchant’s Licences was conversed upon at considerable length— and the words “Auctioneers or Druggists” were ordered to be inserted in the ordinance regulating Grocers and Merchants Licences, passed December 16. 1843. immediately after the words Merchants and Grocers in the third line on the Record.
January 13. 1844.
Joseph Smith Mayor
Recorder [p. 200]
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