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

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Minutes and Ordinances, 8 February 1845, Rough Draft
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Doings of the City Council
Regular Session
February 8. 1845
City Council assembled as usual at their Regular Session, and upon hearing of the Report of the in regard to the Election and that a majority of the Councillors had received their Oath of Office, whereupon the Council decided that the Election was legal, and that the new members were qualified to act in the new Council and gave room to the Councillors elect by vacating their Seats.
The new Council proceeded to business by electing — to be President of the Council until the should be qualified— was re-elected Recorder of the — and the proceeded to appoint <​the​> standing Committees
The following officers were then elected by the City Council to the following offices—
— City Treasurer— — Notary Public—
— Marshall— — Market Master—
— Registrar of Deeds. — City Surveyor
Benjamin Boyce Constable of 1st. Ward Daniel Carns [Carn]— Flour Inspector
Elijah J. Sabine —— 2nd. Benjamin Boyce— Fire Warden 1st Ward
Howard Egan —— 3rd. E. J. Sabine —— 2nd.
D. M. Repsher —— 4th. Howard Egan —— 3rd.
— Supervisor of Streets D. M. Repsher —— 4th.
Lorenzo Clark— Assistant Supervisor 1st. Ward — Sealer of Weights & Measures
—— 2nd. — Wharfmaster
Benjamin Jones —— 3rd.
Ordinance, 8 February 1845–A, Rough Draft
An Ordinance concerning creating Assistant Supervisors
<​8​> Section 1 Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of that there be three Assistant Supervisors appointed in the same manner as the Supervisor is now appointed to act in their respective Wards.
S[e]ction 2 It shall be the duty of the Assistant Supervisors to act under the direction of the Supervisor and qualify in the same manner as the Supervisors qualify
Passed February 8. 1845
Mayor
Recorder—
 
Granted the Petition of and forty four others for the opening of Munson Street West of Fullmer Street
Granted the Petition of and that the tax on lands in the [cit]y of , and not laid out in City lots, and which have not been paid for the years 1843 [an]d 1844 may be abated—
Minutes and Ordinances, 8 February 1845, Rough Draft
[Inserted leaf]
Doings of the City Council
Regular Session
February 8. 1845
City Council assembled as usual at their Regular Session, and upon hearing of the Report of the in regard to the Election and that a majority of the Councillors had received their Oath of Office, whereupon the Council decided that the Election was legal, and that the new members were qualified to act in the new Council and gave room to the Councillors elect by vacating their Seats.
The new Council proceeded to business by electing — to be President of the Council until the should be qualified— was re-elected Recorder of the — and the proceeded to appoint the standing Committees
The following officers were then elected by the City Council to the following offices—
— City Treasurer— — Notary Public—
— Marshall— — Market Master—
— Registrar of Deeds. — City Surveyor
Benjamin Boyce Constable of 1st. Ward Daniel Carns Carn— Flour Inspector
Elijah J. Sabine —— 2nd. — Benjamin Boyce— Fire Warden 1st Ward
Howard Egan —— 3rd. — E. J. Sabine —— 2nd. —
D. M. Repsher —— 4th. — Howard Egan —— 3rd. —
— Supervisor of Streets D. M. Repsher —— 4th.
Lorenzo Clark— Assistant Supervisor 1st. Ward — Sealer of Weights & Measures
—— 2nd. — — Wharfmaster
Benjamin Jones —— 3rd. —
Ordinance, 8 February 1845–A, Rough Draft
An Ordinance creating Assistant Supervisors
8 Section 1 Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of that there be three Assistant Supervisors appointed in the same manner as the Supervisor is now appointed to act in their respective Wards.
Section 2 It shall be the duty of the Assistant Supervisors to act under the direction of the Supervisor and qualify in the same manner as the Supervisors qualify
Passed February 8. 1845
Mayor
Recorder—
 
Granted the Petition of and forty four others for the opening of Munson Street West of Fullmer Street
Granted the Petition of and that the tax on lands in the city of , and not laid out in City lots, and which have not been paid for the years 1843 and 1844 may be abated—
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