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

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was elected Wharf master for the Current year and allowed the same per centage for taxes collected of Steam Boats as were allowed for the year 1844
was elected Pound master—
February 8. 1845.
 
It was ordered by the Council that the be requested to make his report at their next Regular Session—
February 8. 1845.
 
Ordinance, 8 February 1845–B
An Ordinance to prevent Horse racing and for other purposes
Section 1 Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of that any person or persons running a horse or horses within the limits of the Corporation of the City of , or otherwise riding or driving any horse or horses or any other animal or animals within the limits of this so as to endanger the safety of any person or property may be fined by the Mayors Court in any sum not exceeding one hundred dollars by due process of law—
Passed February 8. 1845—
 
Bill of for Election on 3rd. instt. amounting to 11.10 be allowed
Bill of for 2.00 Meal had for Police allowed—
Allowed as Judge of Election & Stationery .60—— 2.10
—"— —"— —"— —— 1.50
—"— —"— —"— —"— —— 1.50
—"— Ransom Shepherd preparing Boll [Poll] Book 1.50 Clerk at Election 1.50— 3.00
—"— David Candland —"— —"— 1.50 —"— 1.50— 3.00
$11.10
February 8. 1845. [p. 237]
was elected Wharf master for the Current year and allowed the same per centage for taxes collected of Steam Boats as were allowed for the year 1844
was elected Pound master—
February 8. 1845.
 
It was ordered by the Council that the be requested to make his report at their next Regular Session—
February 8. 1845.
 
Ordinance, 8 February 1845–B
An Ordinance to prevent Horse racing and for other purposes
Section 1 Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of that any person or persons running a horse or horses within the limits of the Corporation of the City of , or otherwise riding or driving any horse or horses or any other animal or animals within the limits of this so as to endanger the safety of any person or property may be fined by the Mayors Court in any sum not exceeding one hundred dollars by due process of law—
Passed February 8. 1845—
 
Bill of for 2.00 Meal had for Police allowed—
Allowed as Judge of Election & Stationery .60—— 2.10
—"— —"— —"— —— 1.50
—"— —"— —"— —"— —— 1.50
—"— Ransom Shepherd preparing Boll Poll Book 1.50 Clerk at Election 1.50— 3.00
—"— David Candland —"— —"— 1.50 —"— 1.50— 3.00
$11.10
February 8. 1845. [p. 237]
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