Rules of Order for Nauvoo City Council, 22 January 1842

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of votes shall be sufficient to make a choice, but in other cases a majority of the whole number of votes shall be required to decide.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
, Mayor.
The above communication was read by the to the City Council, on the 22nd Jan. 1842, and referred to a Select Committee consisting of Joseph Smith, and — the committee reported back the communication and recommended its adoption, which was carried as follows; to wit:
Yeas— Joseph Smith, , , , , , , , , , , , , , (Councillors,) , , , , , , (Aldermen,) , (Mayor,) 21.
Nays— None.
Absent, , (Councillors,) , , (Aldermen,) 4.
The Council then proceeded to the election of Vice-Mayor, whereupon Gen. Joseph Smith was declared to be duly elected, and took the oath of office.
The then announced the following Standing Commitees; to wit: [p. 8]
of votes shall be sufficient to make a choice, but in other cases a majority of the whole number of votes shall be required to decide.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
, Mayor.
The above communication was read by the to the City Council, on the 22nd Jan. 1842, and referred to a Select Committee consisting of Joseph Smith, and — the committee reported back the communication and recommended its adoption, which was carried as follows; to wit:
Yeas— Joseph Smith, , , , , , , , , , , , , , (Councillors,) , , , , , , (Aldermen,) , (Mayor,) 21.
Nays— None.
Absent, , (Councillors,) , , (Aldermen,) 4.
The Council then proceeded to the election of Vice-Mayor, whereupon Gen. Joseph Smith was declared to be duly elected, and took the oath of office.
The then announced the following Standing Commitees; to wit: [p. 8]
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