Nauvoo City Council Minute Book, 3 February 1841–8 February 1845

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<​twenty​> five cents for each certificate of purchase. And he shall also be allowed the sum of ten Dollars for the strict performance of his duties as herein setforth, & making a complete exhibit of the state of the finances of the , annually, to be paid out of the City Treasury. There shall also be allowed for publishing the advertisement for the sale of lands or city lots the sum of four cents for each lot or parcel of land contained in the list of Sales, & also to the Assessor & Collector the sum of two cents for each city lot or parcel of land in said list, & ten per cent for selling personal property for taxes, & the sum of twentyfive cents for advertising the same. provided he shall not reckon the time so expended in making out said list & advertising & selling, in his settlement. And to the Marshal for selling said Lands or city Lots, the sum of six cents for each lot or tract sold, to be collected from the sale of said property.
Sec. 33. Any Person who may accept the appointment of Assessor & Collector in any Ward in this , & shall fail to perform the duties required of him, shall forfeit & pay the sum of One hundred Dollars for the use of the to be recovered by action of Debt in the name of the , and shall moreover be liable for all damages sustained by the by reason of such failure. Provided if any Assessor & Collector is unable from sickness or any other unavoidable casualty to discharge his duties, he shall forthwith tender his resignation to the city Recorder, which shall fully discharge him from the penalty aforesaid, & the City Council shall fill such vacancy.
Sec. 34. This ordinance to take effect & be in force from & after its passage.
passed October 31st. 1842.
Joseph Smith, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Resolution, 12 November 1842
Resolved by the city Council of the city of , that Kimball Street be opened from Barlow Street East to Bagby [p. 118]
twenty five cents for each certificate of purchase. And he shall also be allowed the sum of ten Dollars for the strict performance of his duties as herein setforth, & making a complete exhibit of the state of the finances of the , annually, to be paid out of the City Treasury. There shall also be allowed for publishing the advertisement for the sale of lands or city lots the sum of four cents for each lot or parcel of land contained in the list of Sales, & also to the Assessor & Collector the sum of two cents for each city lot or parcel of land in said list, & ten per cent for selling personal property for taxes, & the sum of twentyfive cents for advertising the same. provided he shall not reckon the time so expended in making out said list & advertising & selling, in his settlement. And to the Marshal for selling said Lands or city Lots, the sum of six cents for each lot or tract sold, to be collected from the sale of said property.
Sec. 33. Any Person who may accept the appointment of Assessor & Collector in any Ward in this , & shall fail to perform the duties required of him, shall forfeit & pay the sum of One hundred Dollars for the use of the to be recovered by action of Debt in the name of the , and shall moreover be liable for all damages sustained by the by reason of such failure. Provided if any Assessor & Collector is unable from sickness or any other unavoidable casualty to discharge his duties, he shall forthwith tender his resignation to the city Recorder, which shall fully discharge him from the penalty aforesaid, & the City Council shall fill such vacancy.
Sec. 34. This ordinance to take effect & be in force from & after its passage.
passed October 31st. 1842.
Joseph Smith, Mayor.
, Recorder.
Resolution, 12 November 1842
Resolved by the city Council of the city of , that Kimball Street be opened from Barlow Street East to Bagby [p. 118]
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