Nauvoo City Council Rough Minute Book, February–December 1841

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<​case) & fail to procure a Conviction said Person shall be taxed with the Costs of Suit if said authorities shall consider it a malic[io]us prosecution, if not, the shall be liable for the Costs thereof. The 3rd. Sec respecting Witnesses we deem unneces[sary] as we consider the Law already on that Subject, Sufficient.— This Report recd, & the tw[o] Sections of the ordinance passed unanimously.—​>
Colr Joseph Smith presented An ordinance in Relation to Pedlers Hawkers [5 lines blank] which was Seconded, Rules dispensed with, read a 3rd. time, & passed unanimously.—
Moved Seconded & Carried Unanimously that the be authorized by the City Council to procure Seats for the use of sd Council
The informed the Aldermen last appointed, that they are to act in, & Represent, the Respective Wards wherein they reside. <​Resolved Unanimously that a majority of the entire City Col. be considered requisite, & deemed sufficient <​necessary​>, to transact business in Counci[l] from time to time hereafter.—​>
Adjd until after the Meeting of the Regency of the University this Evening.—
Col. met again accordingly, when it was unanimously adopted that the Authorities of this be authorized to use a discretionary power in sending to a distance, for Persons, at the expence of the , in order to ferret out the perpetrators of Crime, or any secret Combination against the Peace of Society.
Adjd. to 6 oC. next Satd.y. Ev.g., at same place.—
4 December 1841 • Saturday
Decr. 4th. Saturday Ev.g. 6 oC. P. M.—
City Col. met pursuant to Adjournment. Meeting opened by by Prayer.— Minutes of last Meeting Read.—
A Petn. for the Removal of the , <​was presented, &​> accepted, containing a charge of a palpable omission of Duty.—
moved that the be removed from office.
spoke said he wished the should have opp.y. of defending himself.
Colr. [p. 44]
case) & fail to procure a Conviction said Person shall be taxed with the Costs of Suit if said authorities shall consider it a malicious prosecution, if not, the shall be liable for the Costs thereof. The 3rd. Sec respecting Witnesses we deem unnecessary as we consider the Law already on that Subject, Sufficient.— This Report recd, & the two Sections of the ordinance passed unanimously.—
Colr Joseph Smith presented An ordinance in Relation to Pedlers Hawkers [5 lines blank] which was Seconded, Rules dispensed with, read a 3rd. time, & passed unanimously.—
Moved Seconded & Carried Unanimously that the be authorized by the City Council to procure Seats for the use of sd Council
The informed the Aldermen last appointed, that they are to Represent, the Respective Wards wherein they reside. Resolved Unanimously that a majority of the entire City Col. be considered requisite, & necessary, to transact business in Council from time to time hereafter.—
Adjd until after the Meeting of the Regency of the University this Evening.—
Col. met again accordingly, when it was unanimously adopted that the Authorities of this be authorized to use a discretionary power in sending to a distance, for Persons, at the expence of the , in order to ferret out the perpetrators of Crime, or any secret Combination against the Peace of Society.
Adjd. to 6 oC. next Satd.y. Ev.g., at same place.—
4 December 1841 • Saturday
Decr. 4th. Saturday Ev.g. 6 oC. P. M.—
City Col. met pursuant to Adjournment. Meeting opened by by Prayer.— Minutes of last Meeting Read.—
A Petn. for the Removal of the , was presented, & accepted, containing a charge of a palpable omission of Duty.—
moved that the be removed from office.
said he wished the should have opp.y. of defending himself.
Colr. [p. 44]
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