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

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Minute Entry, Appointments of James Sloan and Others, 8 February 1845
Notary Public Benjamin Boyce Fire Warden 1st. Ward
Market Master E. J. Sabine " " " 2nd. "
City Surveyor Howard Egan " " " 3rd. "
Daniel Carns [Carn]— Flour Inspector D. M. Repsher " " " 4th. "
Sealer of Weights and Measures
February 8th. 1845.
 
Minute Entry, Approval of Petition, 8 February 1845
A Petition from Benjamin Aber and 17 others praying that a fine which had been assessed against Rufus Beach <​for selling Spirituous Liquors​> it was motioned seconded and carried that Beach’s fine be wholly remitted.
February 8th. 1845—
 
Minute Entry, Approval of Petitions, 8 February 1845
Granted the Petition of and Forty four others for the opening of Munson Street West of Fullmer Street—
Granted the Petition of and “that the tax on lands in the City of , and not laid out in City lots, and which have not been paid for the years 1843 and 1844 may be abated”—
February 8th. 1845.
 
Resolution, 8 February 1845
It was motioned and carried “that the “suspend collecting for the old debts until ordered to collect by the
February 8th. 1845
 
Minute Entry, Approval of Claims, 8 February 1845–A
Petition of for pay for 35 days labor at 1.00 per day— granted—
Committee on claims reported the s accounts were correct, and that he be allowed seventy five dollars for extra services— which Report was accepted— and the was instructed to draw on the Treasury for the several items due the Members of the Council, and fees of the Municipal Court as named in said Report— also for all Bills in the Disbursement Book except [Samuel] Marr & [p. 236]
Minute Entry, Appointments of James Sloan and Others, 8 February 1845
Notary Public Benjamin Boyce Fire Warden 1st. Ward
Market Master E. J. Sabine " " " 2nd. "
City Surveyor Howard Egan " " " 3rd. "
Daniel Carns Carn— Flour Inspector D. M. Repsher " " " 4th. "
Sealer of Weights and Measures
February 8th. 1845.
 
Minute Entry, Approval of Petition, 8 February 1845
A Petition from Benjamin Aber and 17 others praying that a fine which had been assessed against Rufus Beach for selling Spirituous Liquors it was motioned seconded and carried that Beach’s fine be wholly remitted.
February 8th. 1845—
 
Minute Entry, Approval of Petitions, 8 February 1845
Granted the Petition of and Forty four others for the opening of Munson Street West of Fullmer Street—
Granted the Petition of and “that the tax on lands in the City of , and not laid out in City lots, and which have not been paid for the years 1843 and 1844 may be abated”—
February 8th. 1845.
 
Resolution, 8 February 1845
It was motioned and carried “that the “suspend collecting for the old debts until ordered to collect by the
February 8th. 1845
 
Minute Entry, Approval of Claims, 8 February 1845–A
Petition of for pay for 35 days labor at 1.00 per day— granted—
Committee on claims reported the s accounts were correct, and that he be allowed seventy five dollars for extra services— which Report was accepted— and the was instructed to draw on the Treasury for the several items due the Members of the Council, and fees of the Municipal Court as named in said Report— also for all Bills in the Disbursement Book except [Samuel] Marr & [p. 236]
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