Col.one <Chairman> of the Committee to <whom> the Recorders Petn’ <was referred> brought presented their Report, which was <accepted, & it was> adopted that the provide a <Desk, & suitable Books of Record, & also Stationary, & draw Money from the City Treasury,> to pay for the same, & the above Property be kept at the Council House.—
Recorders Bond accepted, & it was adopted that it be lodged with the , <&> it was handed to the for that purpose.
City Surveyors Petn. <presented by Colr , was received & accepted, & <adopted>> passed <that> his Claim for a Sum of $32[.]00, <be> allowed, for Surveying Young Street, Parley St., & other Streets.— Colr. Joseph Smith presented——
An ordce in Relation to appeals, which which was passed Unanimously, after due proceeds. had thereon.—
Colr. Joseph Smith presented——
<An ordce. fixing the Compensation of the Mayor & Recorder of the <City of .>>
<Sec 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of , that the Mayor & Recorder, shall receive one Hundred Dollars each for the Current year as a Compensation for their services, this act to take place effect and be in force from and after its passage.—>
<Colr. Joseph Smith presented>
<An Ordce. concerning Vagrants & disorderly persons, <which> went through the usual Rules, & passed unanimously <so far as Engrossment for> .—>
wished an amendment, by striking out a part of the Ordce., but <it> could not be done at that Stage of the proceeds, the Bill having been Engrossed.
It was put to vote, & passed Unanimously.—
moved that the ordinance Resolution passed on the 6th. Inst. relating to the assessment of City property, be reconsidered. & proceeded, & gave his reasons for introducing it.
The gave an expln. of the rights & powers given by the City Charter, & the right of the City Col. to Tax the Citizens. [p. 39]