Series 30067Murray (Utah) Revised Ordinances
These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
Scope and Content
This series contains a single volume of the codified and published version of ordinances adopted by the city council. The council appointed attorney David W. Moffat in March 1909 to "compile and revise" the city's ordinances. The compilation was published in 1911 by P. K. Nielson with a printing of 200 copies. The ordinances are codified by chapter and section and cover various aspects of city operation, including municipal elections, duties and powers of officials, and city revenue and taxes. Ordinances also regulate various activities in the city, including animals, building construction, business licensing, tobacco and liquor, nuisances, and curfew.
Numerical by chapter and section.
Ordinances from Murray (Utah), Series 27332, contain the original official ordinances as adopted by the city council.
The 1911 publication in this series belonged to the Murray City Library and contains the library stamp. The library deaccessioned the volume and gave it to the Murray City Museum. The museum transferred the book to the State Archives in February 2021.
This series is classified as Public.
Cite the Utah State Archives and Records Service, the creating agency name, the series title, and the series number.
Processing NoteThis series was archivally processed by Alan B. Barnett in July 2021.
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