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

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and for keeping said office. He shall also be allowed the sole and entire benefit of whatever may be obtained by the use or sale of the said City Directory for the space of three years from the first of April next.
Section 5. The said shall procure the printing of the said City Directory so soon as he shall be able to compile the same Providing he shall be able to obtain subscribers sufficient to justify the expence.
Section 6. The said shall furnish the City Council, Mayor, and City Marshall one copy each of the said City Directory Providing he shall be able to procure the printing of the same and also give any and all information in his possession connected with the business of the at all times when called upon for that purpose free of expence.
Section 7. He shall have until the first day of April next to make out and complete the said Directory and shall correct and make such additions as may be necessary. annually thereafter between the first day of February and the first day of April next following.
This ordinance to be in force from and after its passage.
Section 8. That if the foregoing requisitions are not complied with by the office shall revert back to the City Council
Passed January 16. 1844
Joseph Smith Mayor
Recorder
Ordinance, 16 January 1844–C
An Ordinance concerning Witnesses and Jurors fees
Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of That hereafter all persons subpoened and attending upon Courts of Trial as witnesses or as Jurors in Civil Cases, shall not be compelled to testify or be held in attendance either as Witness or Juror unless they shall first be tendered the sum of fifty cents per day for each witness and each Juror subpoenaed
Passed January 16. 1844
Joseph Smith Mayor
. Recorder
Minute Entry, 17 January 1844
John Haven took the Oath of Office as <​second​> Inspector of Flour in the and gave bond with Surety according to the Ordinance, at my Office in January 17. 1844.
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and for keeping said office. He shall also be allowed the sole and entire benefit of whatever may be obtained by the use or sale of the said City Directory for the space of three years from the first of April next.
Section 5. The said shall procure the printing of the said City Directory so soon as he shall be able to compile the same Providing he shall be able to obtain subscribers sufficient to justify the expence.
Section 6. The said shall furnish the City Council, Mayor, and City Marshall one copy each of the said City Directory Providing he shall be able to procure the printing of the same and also give any and all information in his possession connected with the business of the at all times when called upon for that purpose free of expence.
Section 7. He shall have until the first day of April next to make out and complete the said Directory and shall correct and make such additions as may be necessary. annually thereafter between the first day of February and the first day of April next following.
This ordinance to be in force from and after its passage.
Section 8. That if the foregoing requisitions are not complied with by the office shall revert back to the City Council
Passed January 16. 1844
Joseph Smith Mayor
Recorder
Ordinance, 16 January 1844–C
An Ordinance concerning Witnesses and Jurors fees
Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of That hereafter all persons subpoened and attending upon Courts of Trial as witnesses or as Jurors in Civil Cases, shall not be compelled to testify or be held in attendance either as Witness or Juror unless they shall first be tendered the sum of fifty cents per day for each witness and each Juror subpoenaed
Passed January 16. 1844
Joseph Smith Mayor
. Recorder
Minute Entry, 17 January 1844
John Haven took the Oath of Office as second Inspector of Flour in the and gave bond with Surety according to the Ordinance, at my Office in January 17. 1844.
. Recorder [p. 202]
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