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Fr. - <br />74 <br />-_. <br />7, ,,... PRECINCT No. 8„=- IEL .MMM <br />P. H. McEachron; Carl Roth and N. S. Cottingham, Inspectors and D. M. Dominici, Clerk. <br />It was further ordered that the Clerk of this Board prepare the ballots for the General <br />Election and was instructed to have printed thereon all names of candidates certified by the <br />Secretary of State, and all candidates certified by the County Canvassing Board of the Democ- <br />rutic party for County and District offices. It was further -,o, red that the names of nominees <br />for Mosquito Control District, as well as all Constitutional -amendments certified by the <br />Secretary of State be printed thereon, as well as blank spaces where no nominee has been <br />selected for an office. <br />There being no further business on motion made, seconded and carried the Board adjourned <br />to meet on Wednesday November 4th 1936 unless sooner called in session by t).e Chairman. <br />a <br />UU M <br />— — �► — — - - — — — — - — - — — — — - — — — — — — - - - — — - — — — - — — — — — <br />e <br />FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16th 1936. <br />The Board of County Commissioners in and for Indian River County, Florida, met in special <br />session, on call of the Chairman, at 2:00 o'clock P. M. Friday, October 16th 19369 with the <br />following members of the Board present: J.J.P.Hamilton, Chaim; E. P. Poole and Edwin A. <br />Helseth. Also present was Aviles VarrFan, Clerk of the Board. - . <br />The Chairman announced the special meeting was called, in compliance with law, to fur - <br />then consider the application of John Srnik and Anne Sekeras for a license to sell alcoholic <br />and intoxicating liquors. <br />A telegram and also letter was received and read from the First National Bank of Ottawa, <br />Illinois, advising that John Srnik was of good character and standing in that community when <br />he lived there, and the Board having thoroughly discussed the matter, approved the application <br />of said John Srnik and Anne Sekeras, and the Clerk was instructed to transmit the same to the <br />Tax Collector of Indian liver County. <br />RESOLUTION. <br />The following resolution was introduced by Commissioner Helseth and was unanumously <br />adopted: <br />BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of County Commissioners of Indian River County, Florida+., in <br />special session assembled this 16th day of October, 1936, that this Board hereby eleeteat to <br />invoke and does hereby accept and adopt the provisions of Paragraph (d) of House Bill #30, <br />approved May <br />27th 19339 <br />and <br />does hereby determine that <br />it is for <br />.the best interest of Indian <br />River County <br />to use any <br />and <br />all moneys derived from the <br />gasoline'tax <br />and now or hereafter cre- <br />dited to the account of this County or Road and Bridge Districts therein, for the purpose of <br />purchasing at a price below the par value thereof and at the lowest acceptable offer subject <br />to the specific limitations hereinafter prescribed, any road and bride bond or bonds of such <br />County or Special District, and the exclusive use of such funds by the State Board of Adminis- <br />Ro ad <br />tration for the purchase of such County and District Bang or Bridge bonds to which such moneys <br />as credited to this County would be applicable, is hereby sanctioned and approved, and the <br />State Board of Administration is hereby authorized and requested, until further notice, to use <br />such funds exclusively for the purchase of such bonds in open market traflsactions in accord- <br />ance with the general provisions of the 1933 Act, afid subject to the following limitations as <br />specifically provided in Paragraph (g) thereof; <br />Price to be paid shall not exceed 55 flat for all bonds. In the event bid is submitted <br />for more than 55 flat notify Board of County Commissioners and additional resolutions will be <br />11 <br />I- <br />I <br />