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

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Minute Entry, Approval of Claim, 13 July 1844
Allowed his bill amounting to forty dollars for legal services rendered by him for the
July 13. 1844
Prest. pro. tem.
, Recorder.
Minute Entry, Approval of Petition, 10 August 1844–A
Granted the Petition of Reuben Atwood and fourteen others for opening Ann Street from Water Street to the Corporation line
August 10th. 1844
Prest. pro tem
Recorder
Minute Entry, 10 August 1844–A
Voted that the Estate of the late Genl. Joseph Smith be allowed the sum of sixteen dollars and seventy cents to satisfy the Board Bill of .
August 10th. 1844
Prest. pro. tem.
Recorder
Ordinance, 10 August 1844–A
An Ordinance concerning brothels and disorderly characters
Sec 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , that all brothels or houses of ill fame erected or being in the City of , be and the same hereby are henceforth prohibited and by law declared public nuisances, and that the owners or keepers of such houses be fined in a sum of not less than fifty, nor more than two thousand five hundred dollars, and imprisoned for six months for each offence of one days continuance of such establishment, and that any person frequenting such establishment (except on lawful business) shall be fined in any sum of not less than fifty, nor more than five hundred dollars, and six months imprisonment for each offence; and further, that for every act of adultery or fornication, which can be proved, the parties shall be imprisoned six months and fined each in the sum of not less than fifty nor more than two thousand five hundred dollars, and that the individuals own acknowledgment shall be considered sufficient evidence in the case.
Sec. 2. Be it ordained that the ordinance concerning brothels, and disorderly characters passed May 14. 1842, be, and the same is hereby repealed.
Sec 3. Be it further ordained that this ordinance shall take effect, from and after its passage, [p. 214]
Minute Entry, Approval of Claim, 13 July 1844
Allowed his bill amounting to forty dollars for legal services rendered by him for the
July 13. 1844
Prest. pro. tem.
, Recorder.
Minute Entry, Approval of Petition, 10 August 1844–A
Granted the Petition of Reuben Atwood and fourteen others for opening Ann Street from Water Street to the Corporation line
August 10th. 1844
Prest. pro tem
Recorder
Minute Entry, 10 August 1844–A
Voted that the Estate of the late Genl. Joseph Smith be allowed the sum of sixteen dollars and seventy cents to satisfy the Board Bill of .
August 10th. 1844
Prest. pro. tem.
Recorder
Ordinance, 10 August 1844–A
An Ordinance concerning brothels and disorderly characters
Sec 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , that all brothels or houses of ill fame erected or being in the City of , be and the same hereby are henceforth prohibited and by law declared public nuisances, and that the owners or keepers of such houses be fined in a sum of not less than fifty, nor more than two thousand five hundred dollars, and imprisoned for six months for each offence of one days continuance of such establishment, and that any person frequenting such establishment (except on lawful business) shall be fined in any sum of not less than fifty, nor more than five hundred dollars, and six months imprisonment for each offence; and further, that for every act of adultery or fornication, which can be proved, the parties shall be imprisoned six months and fined each in the sum of not less than fifty nor more than two thousand five hundred dollars, and that the individuals own acknowledgment shall be considered sufficient evidence in the case.
Sec. 2. Be it ordained that the ordinance concerning brothels, and disorderly characters passed May 14. 1842, be, and the same is hereby repealed.
Sec 3. Be it further ordained that this ordinance shall take effect, from and after its passage, [p. 214]
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