Index to Nauvoo City Council Minute Book–A

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Ordinances. Resolutions.
Page. Page.
Organization of “Nauvoo Legion” 2 Vote of Thanks to &c. 4
Organzn. of the “University,” 4 Freedom <​of the ​> to & others 9
Ordce. in relation to the City Col. 6 Kimball’s addtion permission to Survey 10
Ordce. in relation to Temperance 8 Encumbrance at Mill to be removed 14
Ordce. in relation to the University 9 . Nuisances on the Street along the— to be removed 14
Ordce. dividing the into Wards 9
Ordce. in relation to roads & Town Plots 11 . Freedom of the Conferred— Upon the Hon. ) 15
Ordce. in relation to the City Plot 11
Ordce. in relation to Public Meetings 12 Time given to remove obstruction <​at​> Mill 15
Ordce. in relation to Religious Meetings 13 Labour Tax for 1841. 16
Ordce. Creating addtl. City offices . . . 14 Corporation Seal to be procured 21
Ordce. in relation to Dogs . . . 17 City Assessor to procure documents 23
Ordce. in relation to Appeals 30 Marshal’s Bond, one thousand Dolls 23
Ordce. fixing Compensation of Mayor & Recdr. 30 Nuisances, House on the Hill & others 24
Ordce. Concerning vagrants &c.— 31 Fines. Juriecdiction of City Council 26
Ordce. Concerning Fire arms & Parties litigant 33 Colrs. , & apptd. 26
Ordce. in relation to Hawkers, Pedlars & Shows 34 Aldmn. & appointed 26
Ordce. for Compensn. of City Col &c 43 appointed Const. 26
Freedom of the confd. on & 26
s Fine confirmed—— 26
Swamp W. of to be drained 27
Supervisors Wages—— 27
’s Resgn. as Counsellor— 28
’s appointment Colr. 28
Meeting of Col., Time changed— 36 apptd. City Attorney—— 28
Resoln. of gratitude to & to subscribe for the Herald— 37 Petn. of for Damages & motion lost— 28
Resoln. that City Council have $2,00 pay each, per day— 40 s Petition withdrawn— 29
Committees, appointment of— 41 Time for City Council to meet & place 29
Marshals pay to be same as a Colrs. 41 Property to be Assessed. 29
Sextons pay for Grave & Interment 41 Recorder to provide Desk &c 30
A Plot of the to be procured <​see above​>— <​X​> 43 do. Bond 30
Committee of Ways & Means, appt of— 44 Treasurer to procure Seats 35
Commn. of the Mayor, & Rules of Order— 45 Majority of Council requisite 35
Vice Mayor appointed, & Sworn,— 52 Power of authors. to ferret out Crime 35
Committees appointment of— 52 Petn. for removal of the & vote taken thereon—— 36
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Streets. Appointments & Miscellaneous Business.
Page. Page.
Committee upon Streets—— 16 City Council 1st. Meeting—— 1
do. Fine to Report—— 16 City officers, appointment of— 1
Survey of & Plots of 17 Committee respecting Canal 5 6
Survey of the City Plot recognized 17 Comtee. on Town Plots & Town of 5 6
Report of Committee on Streets accepted 17 . Comtee. on Spirituous Liquors 5
Wells & Young Streets to be opened 19 Comtee. on Code of City Ordinances 5
Parley Street to be improved 19 . Comte. on Board of Health 5
Public Highway to be Surveyed 20 Petn. of & others for a Dam 7
Partridge Street to be opened & graded 21 Petn. & map of —— 7
Petn. of J[acob] G. Bigler for Street 22 High Constables appointment of 14
Committe to inspect do. 22 Supervisors appointment of 14
. Committee to view Streets deemed necessary to be opened— 22 City Surveyor appointment of 15
Weigher & Sealer do, " 15
. Committee to view Ground for Streets near Lot— 22 Collector of Taxes do " 15
Market Master do. " 15
Parley St. to be opened & work done 22 ’ Mill to be removed— 16
J. G. Bigler’s Petn. for St. granted 24 Ditto 4 mos. time to remove 16
Street to be opened round Speers Field 24 Assessor, L[ewis] Robison appointed 18
. Mulholland Str. to be opened 24 Burying Ground to be procured 18
Street East of Warsaw St. to be opened 24) 26) ditto do. Committe on same 18
Street West of Winchester’s to be opend. 25 Dogs, protection for killing 19
Petn. for surveying Young, Parley, & others St fees— 30 Sluts, fine for keeping—— 19
do. fees do Street South of Lumber St. 33 . Vinous Liquors, liberty to sell . . . Subject to the City Laws) 20
Mulholland St. to be opened to the extent 37
Petn. of allowed for $36,12½ 39 Committe on Burying Ground 21
Petn. of do for $3,00— 40 . Committe on Burying Ground to purchase two Blocks & lay off the same— 21
Petn. of do for $52,50— 40
Petn. of for $5,00— 40 appointed Sexton 21
Harris St. to be opened—— 42 appointed C. Treasurer 22
St. 7 Rods N. of the St. on the S side of the —— 42 . Marshall ad Interim 25
Back St. to be opened—— 43 L. Robison Const. 3rd. Ward—— 25
Council Room, pay for,—— 52 & Aldermen 25
, pay for Measures $11,50 53
Appointed Colr 21 , , , & , Colrs. 25
, & , Regents 21 Report on Burying Ground 25
. Professor &c. 21 ’s Petn. referred to Committee 25
Sworn in Treasurer— 38 Nickerson V — Trial—— 38
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Streets named North 1st St. &c. 53 Burying Ground, Comttee, changed— 53
Young St. to be opened through & Mulholland St. to ’ farm 53 Tax, road Labour—— 54
Water St., not to be opened—— 53
 
Commencing Feby. 3rd. 1842.—
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