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

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Minute Entry, Motion, 14 September 1844–F
Motioned and carried that the Assessors and Collectors of taxes for the different Wards be allowed for the future, one dollar per day for their services
September 14th. 1844
— Recorder—
Minute Entry, Motion, 14 September 1844–G
Motioned and carried that be elected Councillor in the room of — Mayor
September 14th. 1844
. Recorder.
Minute Entry, 12 October 1844
Charles Warner, the City Auctioneer not having made any returns of Sales and duties to the City he was discontinued from his office and was elected in his stead.
October 12. 1844
. Recorder.
Resolution, 12 October 1844–A
Resolved by the City Council of the City of that the be instructed not to issue any more City Scrip unless he receive an order from the City Council
October 12. 1844
. Recorder.
Resolution, 12 October 1844–B
Resolved that the financial Committee be instructed to see Mr. and instruct him concerning the City Scrip
October 12th. 1844
. Recorder.
Ordinance, 12 October 1844–A
An Ordinance conerning Spirituous Liquors
<​Repealed Novr. 9th. 1844​>
Section 1 Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , that before any person shall sell, or dispose of any Spirituous or intoxicating drink by a less quantity than one gallon in this , he or they shall first obtain a licence from the Mayors Court, for which shall be paid down for the use of the , not less than two hundred nor more than four hundred dollars (and issuing fees) for one year.
Section 2 And be it further ordained that if any person shall sell or give away or dispose of, to be drank in this in less quantity than one gallon any Spirituous or intoxicating drink or liquors, without first obtaining such licence, they shall pay a fine for each and every offence of not less than twenty five and not more than four hundred dollars, to be tried before the Mayor. [p. 219]
Minute Entry, Motion, 14 September 1844–F
Motioned and carried that the Assessors and Collectors of taxes for the different Wards be allowed for the future, one dollar per day for their services
September 14th. 1844
— Recorder—
Minute Entry, Motion, 14 September 1844–G
Motioned and carried that be elected Councillor in the room of — Mayor
September 14th. 1844
. Recorder.
Minute Entry, 12 October 1844
Charles Warner, the City Auctioneer not having made any returns of Sales and duties to the City he was discontinued from his office and was elected in his stead.
October 12. 1844
. Recorder.
Resolution, 12 October 1844–A
Resolved by the City Council of the City of that the be instructed not to issue any more City Scrip unless he receive an order from the City Council
October 12. 1844
. Recorder.
Resolution, 12 October 1844–B
Resolved that the financial Committee be instructed to see Mr. and instruct him concerning the City Scrip
October 12th. 1844
. Recorder.
Ordinance, 12 October 1844–A
Repealed Novr. 9th. 1844
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