City Charter: Laws, Ordinances, and Acts, July 1842
The City Charter: Laws, Ordinances, and Acts of the City Council of the City of Nauvoo. And Also, the Ordinances of the Nauvoo Legion: From the Commencement of the City to this Date, –32 pp.; Nauvoo, IL: Nauvoo City Council, 1842. The copy used for transcription is held at CHL; includes archival markings.
this , he shall, on conviction thereof before the Mayor, or Municipal Court, be considered a disturber of the public peace, and fined in any sum not exceeding five hundred dollars, or imprisoned not exceeding six months, or both, at the discretion of said Mayor, or Court.
Sec. 2. It is hereby made the duty of all municipal officers to notice, and report to the Mayor, any breach or violation of this or any other ordinance of this city that may come within their knowledge, or of which they may be advised; and any officer aforesaid is hereby authorised to arrest all such violators of rule, law, and order, either with, or without process.
Sec. 3. This ordinance to take effect, and be in force, from and after its passage. Passed, March 1, 1841.
AN ORDINANCE CREATING CERTAIN ADDITIONAL CITY OFFICES THEREIN NAMED.
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , That, in addition to the city officers heretofore elected, there shall be elected by the City Council, one High Constable, for each ward, one Surveyor and Engineer, one Market Master, one Weigher and Sealer, and one Collector, for the , whose duties shall hereafter be defined by ordinance.
Sec. 2. This ordinance to take effect, and be in force, from and after its passage. Passed, March 1, 1841.
ELECTION BY CITY COUNCIL OF HIGH CONSTABLES AND STREET SUPERVISOR.
, for the First Ward; , for the Second Ward; , for the Third Ward; and for the Fourth Ward of this . was also elected Supervisor of Streets, in the place of , who is necessarily absent from the . March 1, 1841.
Resolved, By the City Council of the City of , That ’s petition and map, (which was laid on the table,) be taken up, and that the petitioner be at liberty to withdraw his petition.