City Charter: Laws, Ordinances, and Acts, July 1842

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Resolved, By the City Council of the City of , That the vote of thanks of this Council to the City , be copied and certified by the , and given to the .
Passed, October 16, 1841.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
 
Resolved, By the City Council of the City of , That certain houses in the City of , be, and the same are hereby declared to be nuisances; to wit: a small frame house upon the hill near the Lot, and old houses upon Kimball’s ground, namely; the house wherein Mrs. Huntington died; the house next to it on the north side, and the house wherein the family of Fisk died; and that the house on the hill be removed by Monday night, and the other houses in a week from this day; and that all vicious dogs are declared to be a nuisance, and Councillor Joseph Smith is hereby appointed to see that they be destroyed; also, to see that all other nuisances be removed. Given at City Council House, which we certify.
October 23d, 1841.
, Mayor.
, City Recorder.
 
Resolved, By the City Council of the City of , That a street be opened beginning at the north end of a street near the brick house of Mr. Nurse; thence running north across the half section the distance of half a mile, and the route to be continued south to Mulholland street. Passed, October 23d, 1841.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
 
Resolved, By the City Council of the City of , That the street be opened (from where a street was opened, to near the Lot,) around Speers’ field, to meet the Prairie, and Mulholland street to be opened entirely through the fields.
Passed. October 23d. 1841.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
 
Resolved, By the City Council of the City of , That the street east of Warsaw street, between Mulholland and Parley streets, be opened. Passed, October 23d, 1841.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
 
Resolved, By the City Council of the City of , That the street west of Winchester’s, between Parley street and Mulholland street, be opened, and continued north to Young street.
Passed, October 23d, 1841.
, Mayor.
, Recorder. [p. 25]
Resolved, By the City Council of the City of , That the vote of thanks of this Council to the City , be copied and certified by the , and given to the .
Passed, October 16, 1841.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
 
Resolved, By the City Council of the City of , That certain houses in the City of , be, and the same are hereby declared to be nuisances; to wit: a small frame house upon the hill near the Lot, and old houses upon Kimball’s ground, namely; the house wherein Mrs. Huntington died; the house next to it on the north side, and the house wherein the family of Fisk died; and that the house on the hill be removed by Monday night, and the other houses in a week from this day; and that all vicious dogs are declared to be a nuisance, and Councillor Joseph Smith is hereby appointed to see that they be destroyed; also, to see that all other nuisances be removed. Given at City Council House, which we certify.
October 23d, 1841.
, Mayor.
, City Recorder.
 
Resolved, By the City Council of the City of , That a street be opened beginning at the north end of a street near the brick house of Mr. Nurse; thence running north across the half section the distance of half a mile, and the route to be continued south to Mulholland street. Passed, October 23d, 1841.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
 
Resolved, By the City Council of the City of , That the street be opened (from where a street was opened, to near the Lot,) around Speers’ field, to meet the Prairie, and Mulholland street to be opened entirely through the fields.
Passed. October 23d. 1841.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
 
Resolved, By the City Council of the City of , That the street east of Warsaw street, between Mulholland and Parley streets, be opened. Passed, October 23d, 1841.
, Mayor.
, Recorder.
 
Resolved, By the City Council of the City of , That the street west of Winchester’s, between Parley street and Mulholland street, be opened, and continued north to Young street.
Passed, October 23d, 1841.
, Mayor.
, Recorder. [p. 25]
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