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

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The s Petition was referred, presented their Report, which was accepted, and the following resolution was agreed to.
Resolution, 13 November 1841
It was unanimously adopted by the City Council of the City of . That the provide a Desk and suitable Books of Record, and also Stationary, and draw money from the City Treasury, to pay for the same and the above Property be kept at the Council House.
 
The presented his Bond which was accepted and it was adopted that it be lodged with the & it was handed to the for that purpose.
Colr. , presented a Petition from the City , Claiming payment for surveying Young Street Parley Street and other Streets: which was accepted, &. It was unanimously adopted by the City Council of the City of that the Claim of the City for a sum of Thirty two Dollars, be allowed,
Colr. J. Smith presented the following ordinance whch passed unanimously, after discussion
Ordinance, 13 November 1841–A
An Ordinance in relation to Appeals.
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , that when an appeal is taken from any decision of the Mayor or Aldermen, to the Municipal Court, the person appealing shall give notice of his intention, immediately on the rendition of the Judgment, and within five Days thereafter he shall file an approved Bond with the Treasurer of the for all Costs, & costs that may accrue of which he shall give due Notice to the officer before whom the Judgment was obtained.— This act to take effect & be in force, from and after its Passage.
<​Passed Novr. 13th 1841.​>
, Mayor.
Recorder.
 
Colr. J. Smith presented the following ordinance which passed unanimously after discussion.
Ordinance, 13 November 1841–B
An ordinance fixing the Compensation of the Mayor and Recorder of the City of . [p. 30]
The s Petition was referred, presented their Report, which was accepted, and the following resolution was agreed to.
Resolution, 13 November 1841
It was unanimously adopted by the City Council of the City of . That the provide a Desk and suitable Books of Record, and also Stationary, and draw money from the City Treasury, to pay for the same and the above Property be kept at the Council House.
 
The presented his Bond which was accepted and it was adopted that it be lodged with the & it was handed to the for that purpose.
Colr. , presented a Petition from the City , Claiming payment for surveying Young Street Parley Street and other Streets: which was accepted, &. It was unanimously adopted by the City Council of the City of that the Claim of the City for a sum of Thirty two Dollars, be allowed,
Colr. J. Smith presented the following ordinance whch passed unanimously, after discussion
Ordinance, 13 November 1841–A
An Ordinance in relation to Appeals.
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , that when an appeal is taken from any decision of the Mayor or Aldermen, to the Municipal Court, the person appealing shall give notice of his intention, immediately on the rendition of the Judgment, and within five Days thereafter he shall file an approved Bond with the Treasurer of the for all Costs, & costs that may accrue of which he shall give due Notice to the officer before whom the Judgment was obtained.— This act to take effect & be in force, from and after its Passage.
Passed Novr. 13th 1841.
, Mayor.
Recorder.
 
Colr. J. Smith presented the following ordinance which passed unanimously after discussion.
Ordinance, 13 November 1841–B
An ordinance fixing the Compensation of the Mayor and Recorder of the City of . [p. 30]
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