<br />Section 'XI. That if any portion of this contract shall be legally declared inopera- II
<br />tive, or void, said contract, shall, at the option of First Party, be considered as fully oper-
<br />ative without such inoperative or void portion; and, in any event, Second Party sha11 not be
<br />entitled to receive any benefit from this contract without compensating First Party for the
<br />reasonable value of services actually received.
<br />Section XII. That any funds available to Second Party which are not needed for the
<br />payment of the principal of or the interest on said Refunding Bonds, or the payment of the
<br />amounts payable to First Party for services rendered hereunder, may be used to purchase Refund•
<br />ing Bonds in any manner,/by law.
<br />IAT WITM SS WHEREOF, First Party has executed this instrument in triplicate, under its
<br />hand and seal, and Second party has caused this instrument to be executed in triplicate in its
<br />name under due authority and has caused the same to be signed by the Chairman of the Board of
<br />County Commissioners of Indian River County, Florida, and the seal of said Board to be duly
<br />affixed, hereto, attested by the Clerk of the Board*of County Commissioners of Indian River
<br />County, Florida all as of the,_,— day of , A. D. 1940.
<br />E. Richardson
<br />Assistant Secretary
<br />FIRST PARTY
<br />R. E. CRUM = & COMPANY,
<br />E. J. Crummer
<br />Vice President
<br />SPECIAL ROAD AND BRIDGE DISTRICT -KO. 4
<br />INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLOR'IDA
<br />Chairman; Board of County Commissioners
<br />Douglas Baker of 'Indian River County, Florida.
<br />Clerk,Board of County Commissioners
<br />bf Indian River County, Florida
<br />SECOND PARTY
<br />The several bills and accounts against the County having been audited were examined
<br />and found to be correct, were approved and warrants ordered issued in the settlement of same.
<br />Such bills and accounts being on file in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. The
<br />warrants so issued from the respecive funds being listed in the supplemental minute book as
<br />provided by the rules of the State Auditor, reference to such record and the list so recorded
<br />being made a part of these minutes.
<br />The County Depository filed its monthly statement, showing receipts and disbursements
<br />of the various funds which having been audited was found to be correct.
<br />There being no further business on motion made, seconded and carried the Board then
<br />adjourned to meet at 3:00 o"Block P. M., Wednesday, October 16, 0.',
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<br />WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1940,
<br />The Board of County Commissioners of Indian River County met at the Court house in
<br />Vero Beach, at 3:00 o'clock P. M. Wednesday, October 16th, 1940 in regular adjourned meeting
<br />with the following members of the Board present: C. S. Michael,, Chairman, Albert 0. Helseth,
<br />W. C. Graves, Jr. and Frank C. Vickers. Absent: S. E. Glover. Also present were Chas. A. Mit
<br />Attorney for the Board and Douglas Baker, Clerk.
<br />The County Assessor of Taxes, W. R. Duncan, appeared before the Board and presented
<br />the tax rolls for the year 1940 on real and personal property and also intangible tax roll,. I'
<br />which were carefully.examined and found correct and on motion made by W. C. Graves, Xr., second