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432 <br />and the list so recorded being made a part of these minutes as fully and completely as <br />if the said warrants were set out herein in detail. <br />There being no further business on motion made, seconded and carried the Board <br />then adjourned. <br />ATTEST: Chai rman <br />Clerk. <br />r rrrrr-rrwwrrrrrr AM rrrrrrrrrwrr�A r�rr ��rww�wrrrrr�rrr rr rrr wwr*1 .rrrrr r�r-rrrw�wrwr rrwrrrr� <br />SATURaAY9NQT 5th ,1932. <br />The Board of County Commissioners in and for Indian River County, Florida, met at <br />the Court House in Vero Beach, at 2:00 ofclook P.M. Saturday, November 5th 19329 with <br />the following members of the Board presents .Albert 0. Helseth,. Chairman; J.J.P.Hamilton <br />and Eli C. Walker. Also .present was Miles Marren, Clerk. <br />The Chairman announced the meeting was called for the purpose of making final <br />settlement between the Columbia Casualty Company, surety on the official bond of Gordon <br />R.Olmstead, foaner Tax Collector and the County. <br />The following resolution was offered by Commissioner Hamilton, and seconded by <br />Commissioner Walkers and duly adopted: <br />XM1REAS# on the dth day -of November$ A. R., 1928, Gorden R. 022stead was duly <br />elected tax oolleator in and for a of Rivers tate of Florida to hold <br />o the County.of Indian Ri r, 8 � <br />his office for the term of four years from the first Tuesday after the first Monday <br />In January, 1929* and until his successor was duly qualified, according to the Consti- <br />tution and Laws of the.State of Florida; and <br />WRU:Q1AS# said Cordon R. Olmstead did give personal sureties, obligated severally <br />In the total amount of QTY THOLZAND AND N011,00 0.000.00 DOLLARS# conditioned tha <br />the said Gordon R• Olmstead should render a correct and faithful account of all moneys <br />that might Rome into his possession or custody by virtue of his said office* and faith- <br />fully perform all the duties of his said office as prescribed by lair, the said persona <br />securities and the amount of their respective liability f®r the said $20#000'POi being a <br />follows: <br />William Atkin 70500000 <br />D• C. Cox : . . . • . • • . 1 800.00 <br />Forrest Go . 3i©00 0 <br />0 <br />C• Fi Olmstead 1 500.00 <br />Fred C. Doeschner .. ` . . i . 1 000.00 <br />W. J. MRher . . s . . . i 1, 000„ 00 <br />Charles Harris; 4 20000,0.0 <br />G. L. Harrell 10000.00 <br />B. T. Redstone . . i , . 1#500.00 <br />i <br />W. 8. Graves, Jr: 2* 000.,00 ; and <br />WEMMSO said 420000*00 of the bonds of said personal sureties was in full force <br />and effect at the time the said Gordon R. Olmstead entered upon his duties as said tat <br />collectors, for the tezm of office first above set forths to-witt on the first Tuesday <br />after the first Monday in January, 19290 and the same has continued in force since that <br />date; and <br />SEAS, thereafter on the 89th deg of November, 1929, the said Gordon R. Olmstead <br />did give his bond an tax collector of Indian River County, Florida# in the amount of <br />#80s 000.00 With COLMMIA CASUALTY 000ANY1, as sururety, wherein Doyle N. Carlton* Governor <br />Ll <br />u <br />
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