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Adjourned meeting of the County
Board held Oct 1st, 1912.
Meeting called to order by the chair
man at 10 o'clock a. m. Ail members
present.
Minutes of Sept. 3rd meeting read
and approved as read.
Resolved, that when this meeting does
adjourn, we adjourn to Nov. 12,1912, at
10 o'clock a. in.
Commissioner C. Wittensten offered
the following resolution in writing and
moved its adoption:
"Whereas, W R. Hoag, engineer on
Judicial Ditch No. 11, has filed his final
certificate setting forth that Otto Lee,
contractor for installing culverts dn
said ditch, has in all things complied
-with the terms of his contract and. that
said job is completed according to plans
and specifications
"Therefore, be it resolved, that said
certificate be and the same is hereby
approved and that the auditor issue his
warrant to said Otto Lee in the sum of
$107.31, the balance due on his contract
from the County of Marshall."
Commissioner P. B. Malberg seconded
the motion and same being put received
a majority of the votes of the members
of the county board and was duly car
ried and was by the chairman, then
presiding, so declared.
Commissioner C. Wittensten offered
the following resolution in writing and
moved its adoption:
"Be it resolved, that the sum of Four
Hundred Dollars be and the same is
hereby appropriated out of the General
Bevenue Fund to the Marshall County
Agricultural Society and that the same
be paid to the said society by Commis
siioner's Warrant."
Commissioner P. B. Malberg seconded
the motion and same being put received
a majority of the votes of the members
of the county board and was duly car
ried and was by the chairman, then
presiding, so declared.
To the Honorable County Board of Mar
shall County, Minn.
Official Proceedings of the County
Board, Marshal County!
flinnesota.
to plans and specifications and contract ^"^j1
cepted.
Dated Sept, 3, 1912.-
L. P. BRANDSTROM,
C. WITTENSTEN,
JCoit'iiiittee County Board.
JOHN I. SKURDAHL,
A.E.JOHNSON,
JOHN CHENE Y,
Town Board of Boxville.
and recommend that the same be ac the- te^-masr of^d^e^sSf^LrV'm
!?e
Commissioner P. Nordlund offered at this time the sum
the Mowing resolution in writing and i~KS^W
moved its adoption: I A^OCI?UI?&"
be and the same is hereby accepted,
authorized to pay the contractor the:
then presiding, so declared.
To the County Board. Marshall Coun
ty: We, the undersigned committee ap
pointed to inspect county ditch No. 93,
A
across Snake River between eections "umbered from one (l) to twelVp
four acid five in the town of Boxville, nomination"8*
and that the chairman of the County rrin'cipMl at'the" olhce o^f the Equitable
Board and County Auditor are hereby ]S?e
amount dne on its contract." tober
Commissioner Carl F. Adolphson sec- ,n ^l^,
onded the motion and same being put of America.
-ii -j-i i ii. v. I
beg ltave to report, that we have m- 1925.m
spected *aid ditch and find that the I
road work done on said ditch is not "fr 1920.
accordance with the plans and specifi
cations and not satisfactory, th grade
being entirely too high and narrow, and
recommend that the same be not ac
cepted.
Oct. 1st, 1912.
L. P. BRANDSTROM,
C. WITTENSTEN,
Committee.
()inmissioiierCar F. Adolphson offer
ed the following resolution in writing
and moved its adoption:.
"Be it resolved, that Commissioner
L. P. Brandstrom be and he is hereby
appointed.- s. member of the standing
rommJAteepUr judicial ditches in place
of Commissioner Peter Nordlund, who
has resigned."
Commissioner C. Wittensten seconded
the motion and same being put received
a majority of the votes of the members
of the county board and was duly car
ried and was by the chairman, then
presiding, so declared.
3 J-I i -_3
To the County Board of Marshall
County: 0
Whereas, Lessie Grimstad, a resident
of Marshall County and of the 4th Com
missioner District and afflicted with
consumption, has made application for
admission to the Walker Sanatorium!
for consumptives,- that she is unable to
pay her-Own charges, I hereby recom
mend that said application he granted
and that Marshall County pay her
\?j$*%
.J-V&L
charges while confined at said sanato
rium. L. P. BRANDSTROM,
Commissioner 4th District.
Commissioner Carl F. Adolphson of
fered the following resolution in writ
ing and moved its adoption:
"Whereas, application has been made
by Lessie Grimstad, a resident of Mar
shall County and 4th Commissioner
District thereof, setting forth that she
is afflicted with consumption and with
out means, and desires to be sent to the
Walker Sanatorium for- Consumptives
and
"Whereas, L. P. Brandstrom, Commis
sioner, has recommended that the said
application be granted, and has made
his report accordingly
"Therefore, be it resolved, that the
said report be approved and that the
county hereby binds itself to pay the
charges of said Lessie Grimstad while
confined in said Walker Sanatorium."
Commissioner C. Wittensten sec
onded the motion and same being put
received a majority of the votes of the
members of the county board and was
duly carried and was by the chairman,
then presiding, so declared.
Official Proceedings of the County
Board Of Marshall County,
Minnesota.
Reerular adjourned" meeting of the
County Board held October 1st, 1912.
Meeting called to order by the
Chairman at 10 o'clock A. M.
All members of the County Board
present.
In the Matter of Judicial Ditch No. 25.
Marshall, Polk and Pennington
Counties. State of Minnesota.
Commissioner C. Wittensten offered
the following preamble and resolution
and moved their adoption:
Whereas, in pursuance of and in full
compliance with the provisions of
Chapter 230, General LaAvs, Minnesota
1900. and the several acts amendatory
vo lo
certain branches and laterals,B thewitu- en
tire system of which is located partlv
!n%Sh
HX^y^J"
TnSS^Z&S0i"?
oucwi YjviAiu,), ou-iuu.. i u'c ^uut oourt the Fourteenth
We, the undersigned, beg leave to i^^^SU^^^SJS
report that we have examined the steel said ditch, and it has been definitely
bridge built by the Continental Bridge fnc^^th^he'provS^o^ law^it
Co. across Snake River between sec- leo^,he
i'
et(
Sa
NOW. THEREFORE IT T?r.'
SOILED by this county board
Tha
y_
off
8
"twelve thouf
r8i?
"Be it resolved, that the steel bridge thr^agg^g^te^im^unr^rTwliv^
built by the Continental Bridge Co.
i ,e e
bon d!
said
0
countv9o06"
^g t^ive^ J&*
flrst
da
of' one^thoCsand dot
th
dat
o4oberW
ea
0
?Tf mff VSve
,in]f
J. -J. J. i. i ep*n,annuallv
per cent per annum pavabie
Pr
on then flrst rlivcapabli
and^April
received a majority of the votes of the to^AnclSi onThe"flrs\ to^o? Octo!
members of the county board and was
be
nf
nd be
sai
in each yew
lawtu?l0 monev of the United ^tnt^
19 i
2
bond numbered 2 be navahlp s-s
Lna
duly carried and was by the chairman, to principal on the first d\v of
x, -J: j__i i ber 1922. -cto
That bond numbered 3 be pavabie as
berP1923!P
n/U^-- Ct
flrSt
off Octo--
Octo
That bonad numberefirst 4 ber pavabie a
ber
on the first day of Octos
da
924
iP
th da
That bond numbered 5 be parablee as
v1.
as
lirs
Ti^
ipa
tnlTlnHnM?
a
raM
th
t'l |J! IMC
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i
b.e
a
I
Cto
firSt
E
da
S?
1
a5
a
Effl^'JPA'
ct-
.t bondl numberedfirst7 be pavabie as
be'-P19271Pa
th
da
th
That bon numbered S be pavabie as
.Pirq9s,Pad ct
That bond numbered 9 be pavabie .is
to principal on the first dav of Octo
ber 1929.
That bondl numbered 10 be pavabie a
berP1930lPa
flrSt
da
th
first day of
Octo--s
th ct
That bond numbered 11 ba payable as
i
m?
ipa
firSt
That bondl numbered 12 be payable as
be
th
l932
iPa
RKSOIiVED. FURTHER, That said
ponds and the coupons attached there
to be substantially in the following
form, with the necessary variations as
to numbers and maturities, which said
form is hereby apfifr-oVed*
STATE OF MINNESOTA
COUNTY OF MARWALL
OK,V T^ $1000.00
T^XTS^
11
1 ^,8
1
6
Ditc Bond
KNOW ALLr MEN BY THESE PRES-
ENTS, That Marshall county, in the
state of Minnesota, acknowledges it
self indebted and for value received
promises to pay to bearer
THOUSANDUnited DOLLARS ney of the States' of A,I-ONE *x uiuie oiaxe i xna Don a numoere a 3 payable a
Americara on the first day of October to principal on the frst day of Octo
19 with
interest. froim ..^.^is, uu xi UILII
date,
untilI
paid! a the rate of five and one-hal
per cen annum payabled semi-an v,,ioii\V"tt ""4.iT"~*r,
st Company in New ber 192.2
nuallv. oper the flrst dayss of Octobe be 1921
and Aprillt ine
eachs
Tr
by
ai
and interesbtl payable at
i"
a
York City.
S
is
DOn
i?Hp
ar
i2
uc
$
ffect land* therein within the terms of tb prtn4pa onr
*&
Gen
sued by authority of and in strict'adV
cordance with the provisions of said
lav.
It is hereby certified and recited
that the issuance of this bond' has
been duly authorized by a resolution
of the county board of said countv.
duly passed and recorded, and that the
total indebtedness of said county in
cluding this bond, does exceed an
constitutional or statutory limit
XLA
Jui'ther
i
Countersigned
,i ue an
even
in the county of Marshall no.ii,r to that end. but the funds from wiiip.h
legally taken
a
Fourteenth
expensi incur^
th
th
a
ien ana to be incurred in lno^t*
tions four and five in Town of Boxville constructing and establishing so much
and find the same completed according thi^eoun??*
MarshallIO
relation to
orI
saidofcounty th
I* -lel-las do
of Mar-
sum twelve thou
($12,000.00)i anv
Wherea there is notosufficient men--
isnc.liIno,hBs
treasury said Mar
snail County to defrav the exnen?
incurred and to he incurred in so lo
cating, constructing and establishing
so much of said Judicialo Ditcth as i
located within this countv of Marshall
I E,V*n
9la
I law
o theret as affecs
therein
wit hin the terms of said
certifiednot and recitey
that all acts, conditions and things
required by the laws and constitution
of the state of Minnesota, to be done
precedent to and in the issuance of
this bond have been properly done
happened and been performed, in reg
ular and due form and time as re
quired by law, and that the ditch on
account of which this bond is issued is
a public drainage ditch duly and le
gally established for public utility and
to promote the public health.
The full faith, credit and resources
pt the county of Marshall are hereby
irrevocably pledged for the punctual
payment of the principal and interest
of this bond at maturity.
In Testimony Whereof the Countv
Board of said county of Marshall has
caused this bond to be signed by its
Chairman and countersigned, sealed
and recorded by its County Auditor
this first day of October, 1912
Principal of the0saida bonds in such
and to take all necessary steps
with interest at the rate of six per
cent per annum from the collection of
unpaid assessments by said Judicial
Ditch No. 25, ns such assessments are
collected and received.
Be It Further Resolved, that the full
faith, credit and resources of said
county of Marshall be, and the same
are hereby irrevocably pledged to pro
vide the money for the principal'and
interest of said bonds ^Jieji and as
the same become due.
Commissioner Carl F. iAriblphson se
conded the motion, and the same being
put, received the unanimous vote of
the members of the countv board, and
was duly carried, and was by the
chairman then ^residing so declared
October 1st, 1912.
Attest:
L. P. Brandstrom.
Chairman County Board.
Marshall County, Minnesota.
Official P'oeeednigs of the County
Board Of Mnr.shjill County,
Minnesota.
Regular adjourned meeting of the
County Board held October 1st. 1912.
Meeting called to order bv the
Chairman at 10 o'clock A. M.
All members of the Countv Board
present. In the Matter of Countv Ditch No. 22.
Marshall Countv Minnesota.
Commissioner P. B. Malberg offered
the following preamble and resolution
and moved their adoption:
Whereas, in pursuance of and in full
compliance with the provisions of
Chapter 230. General Laws, Minnesota.
1905. and the several acts amendatory
thereof and supplemental thereto, such
steps have been duly and legally tak
en that a public drainage ditch has
been duly located and established with
certain branches and laterals, the en
tire system of which is" located in
Marshall County, in the State of Min
nesota, and known as Countv Ditch
Numoer 22. and such proceedings have
been duly and legally taken before the
County Board of the Countv of
Marshall. State of Minnesota* du
ly locating and establishing said
ditch, and it has been definitely
ascertained and determined in accord
ance with the provisions of law appli
cable thereto that the expense incur
red and to be incurred in locating,
constructing and establishing said
County Ditch Number 22 in Marshall
County, Minnesota, is the sum of at
least eighteen thousand dollars and
Whereas, there is not sufficient mon
ey in the treasury of said Mar
shall County to defray the expense
incurred and to be incurred in so lo
cating, constructing and establishing
so much of said County Ditch as is
located within this county of Marshall
or in such relation thereto as to affect
lands therein, within the terms of said
law.
NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT RE
SOLVED by this county board that it
is necessary for such purpose to raise
at this time the sum of eighteen thou
sand dollars ($18,000.00)
RESOLVED, Further that the nego
tiable coupon bonds of said county of
Marshall be issued for said purpose in
the aggregate amount of eighteen
thousand dollars ($18,000.00) That
said bonds be eighteen in number,
numbered from one (1) to eighteen
(18) both numbers inclusive, each of
the denomination of one thousand dol
lars ($1000), bear date the first dav
of October 1912. and: be payable as to
principal at the office of the Equitable
Trust Company in New York'City, with
interest at *he rate of five and one
half per cent per annum pavabie
semiannually on the first davs of-Oc
tober and April in each year.
That each of said bonds be payable
in, lawful money of the United States
of America'.
That bond numbered 1 be payable as
to principal on the first day of Octo
ber 1918.
That bond numbered 2 be pavabie a*
to principal on the first day of Octo
ber 1919.
That bond numbered 3 be payable a:s
ber 1920.
That bond numbered 4 be pavabie as
I *i-'-"=.5"-"f principal the first dayoof Octo-
county tto principal oon the first day Oct
year, both principal- That bond numbered 5 be payable as
the office of to principal on the first day of Octo
tonvr 4 \TAW* 1 A A
1
an amount necessary to defray in part
the expense incurred and to
bSand
m. i xna Don a numoere a payaDi a
51s
for the purpose of defraying and is for ber 1923
That bond numbered 7 be payable as
toThat principal on the first dapayable of Octo
ber 1924.
Thatt bond numbered 8tbe payable as
JL.A*i if i"v
incur
red In locating, constructing es
tablishing so much of a PjiMic drain
VL.!
TftaAt bond numbered 6 be payable as
a*n bond numbered 8 be a
age ditch knoWn as Judicia DitchrNo to^principal' on the first day of Octo
"s'ocatd in said-county, i be 1925.
5S1irel**4S't0iB1l2j*S??.,!Jjl^Minnesotan.
af
ha
s. ber 1926.
ra
*195, ana the acts amendatory thereof That bond numbered 10 be payable as
and supplemental thereto, and la la.-v.Jto principal on the nrai day.pf
numbered 9 be payable as
bon
the first* day Of Octo-
mm1'
-ber
N
Chairman County Board.
County Auditor
$27.50
No...-
On the first day of
A.. D. 19.... the County of 'Marshal
Minnesota, will pay to bearer, the sum
pf twenty-seven and 50-100 Dollars
a.t
the Equitable Trust Company in New
York City, beinbgo semi-annual ii
stallment otfc interest oh its public
1912.
N
the first day of Octo
'tier 1927.I M'^^^^^^M^^.
Tha
i
niimliered^il^be payable as nbonad S
da
ber 1928.
That bond numbered 12
ber
of Octo.
lir8
lS
be^ payablce\as
n
th
first
That
da
bon*
O
numbered 13 be payable as
th
Sao. flrst
1931
daj- of Ofeto-
That bond numbered 14 be payableas
ber
th
Principal on the
That bonds? numbered, 15, 16, 17 and
pay 3
a
fir st day of October 1932.
RESOLVED, FURTHER. That said
bonds and
the.t
rmwl?h
following
th
couponis attached thlre
St fh
iall
KS. toe necessary variations at
to numbers and maturities, which' said
form is hereby approved.
STATE OF MINNESOTA
COUNTY OF MARSHALL
KN ^%drainage Ditch Bond
1 1
he
eD
of'the^tSi of6
0000
Countyo
ialmmf
0
THOUSAND DOLLARS
ON
America,
^UnitedI States of
nyth0
flw the first day of October
is issued by said countv
bon
fJ
Octobe 1
nthe
date
di No
Chairman.
TJ~ 4.V. ^County"Auditor.
Be it Further Resolved, that said
bonds and each of the couflons attach
ed thereto shall be signed by the
chairman of this board, and counter
signed by the county auditor, and each
of said bonds shall be sealed and re
corded by the county auditor.
That the signatures of said chair
man and auditor upon the coupons
may be their facsimile signatures lith
ographed or engraved and
Whereas, Max W. Matteson has here
tofore offered to purchase said bonds
and to pay therefor not less than their
par value, and
Whereas, this board deems it for the
best interest of said county to accept
said offer,
Now Therefore, Be It Resolved, that
said bonds when so executed shall be
delivered to said Max W. Matteson, or
his order, upon his paying into the
county treasury the amount of his bid
therefor, and that the rrocoeds of
the sale of said bonds shall be placed
in the general ditch fund of said coun
ty.
Be It Further Resolved by said
board that the said bonds and the cou
pons thereof shall be paid out of any
available funds in the countv treasury
of said county when the funds on
hand in the general ditch fund of the
treasury of said county are insuf
ficient to meet the payment of the in
terest or principal of said bonds when
the jsame respectively matures, and
and County Treas
are herebe author-
th^t
certified and recited
o^thSTbow^fflSX1 Countersigned ?h!li th interest
CS"hti"i,tl?
Kefoli
precedent to on^i ft
don
uiar and due form anrt ti^TA l
,'"e,'es
an
irt Testimony Whpponf r\
Board of said couity of M^haK
caused this bond to be signed tit
Chairman and countersigns!? i 2
and recorded bv its S A
this first day of October 19^2.
a
Aud,tor
County Board.
Auditor.'
On the first dayyotf
Wn
th
$27.50
bearer the sum
Minnesota Countl
/&
*Marshail
pa
nViwf^,'
Wl1
1
of twenty-seven ande50-100 Dollars at
semi-annual
count
in
Octobe i
th date
stallmeni of interest on its niihli.
?sf2naNoG
*.tCh
Chairman.
Ro tt w.^*. County Auditor.
Be it Further Resolved, that said
bonds and each
ofboard.Sand
the coupons attach-
thl
counter
ed thereto shall be signed bv- thP
ste^S"^
S
re
auditor
an
signed by the county auditor, and each
of saM^,y
bondusd
'P
ded
S valffi.
the coupons
be sealed and *J
lshall
to
that the signatures of said
S?
an
a
a
facsimi
n^rn,!EJT,e,
signatureschair- lith
th
ographed or engraved andS
Whereas, Max W. Matteson here
tofore oftered
topurchase
tha
leS
Whereas,681
slfd offer7"
o^
O
W
thas
an|
acre
ref
Pt
said bonis
n0
Sa
W
count
this board deems it for tl
^erefpre. Be It Resolved, that
said bonds whenM sox executed shal be
g'S
0
saW a W.
Be
I
Mattesonl
th
treas
urj
or
otws ffid
his order, upon paying into th.-
?w^.
.hie
am
un
therefor, and that the proceeds of
tiie sale of said bonds shall
placeyd
in the
generalh ditchResolveofysaie
fund coun-
A Fater bd said
count treasur
th
I
board thatOUlltd
ponlM a
SL
the said bonds and thescou-
fun ^hen the fund on
thereof shall be paid out of anv
I
S
ffeneral
J^lai,- *e
ditch fund of the
treasury of said county are insuf
ficient to meet the payment of the in
terest or principal of said bonds when
the same respectively matures, and
the County Auditor and County Treas
urer of said county are hereby* author
ized and directed to pav interest
and principal of the said bonds in such
event, and to take all necessary steps
to that end. but the funds from which
such moneys may be taken or used for
the payment of the principal or inter
est of the said bonds as thev respec
tively mature shall be replenished
with interest at the rate of six per
cent per annum from the collection of
unpaid assessments by said County
Ditch No. 22. as such assessments are
collected and received.
^e It Further Resolved, that the full
faith, credit and resources of said
county of Marshall be. and the same
are hereby irrevocably pledged to pro
vide the money for the principal and
interest of said bonds when and as
the. same become due.
Commissioner C. Wittensten se
conded the motion, and the same being
put, received the unanimous vote of
the members of the county board, and
was duly carried, and was bv the
chairman then presiding so declared.
October 1st, 1912.
Attest:
L P. Brandstrom.
Chairman County Board),
,i Marshall County, Minnesota.
Official Proceedings of the County
Board!of
Marshall County,
Mriin'esbta.'.
i.._
Regular adjourned meeting of the
County Board held October 1st, 1912.'
Meeting called to order by the chair
man at 10 o'clock a. m. All members
of the coLnty board present.
In the matter of Judicial DitctfNo. 27,
Marshall County, Minnesota.
Commissioner Carl P. Adolphson of
fered the following preamble and reso
lution and moved their adoption:
"Whereas, in pursuance of and in full
compliance with the provisions of chap
ter 230, General Laws, Minnesota. 1905,
and the several acts amendatory there
of and supplemental thereto, such steps
have been duly and legally taken that
a public drainage ditch has been duly
located and established with certain
branches and laterals, the entire system
of which is located in Marshall County,
in the state of Minnesota, and known
as Judicial Ditch No: 27, and such pro
ceedings have been duly and legally
taken in the districtcourt of the four
teenth judicial district of th,e State of
Minhesota.duly locating and establishing
said ditch, and it has been definitely as
certained and determined in accordance
with the provisions of the law appU
ft-'tlKrf
(a
f.Octp-,
cable thereto that the expenses incurred
audv to be incurred in locating,
constructing and establishing so
much of said Judicial Ditch as is
located within this county of Marshall,
or in such relation to said county of
Marshall as to affect lands therein with
in the terms of said legislative act, will
be at least the sum of twenty-eight
thousand dollars ($28,000.00), and
Whereas, there is not sufficient mo
ney in the treasury of said Marshall
County to defray the expense incurred
and to be incurred in so locating, con
structing and establishing so much' of
said Judicial Ditch as is located within
this county of Marshal^ or in such re
lation thereto as to affect lands therein,
within the terms of said law
Now, Therefore, Be it Resolved by this
county board, that it is necessary for
such purpose to raise at this time the
sum of twenty-eight thousand dollars
($28,000.00)
Resolved further, that the negotiable
coupon bonds of said county of Mar
shall be issued for said purpose in the
aggregate amount of twenty-eight
thousand dollars ($28,000.00). That said
bonds be twenty-eight (28) in number,
numbered from one (1) to twenty-eight
(28), both numbers inclusive, each of
the denomination of one thousand dol
lars ($1,000.00), bear date the first day
of October, 1912 and be payable as to
principal at the office of the Equitable
Trust Company in New York City, with
interest at the rate of five and
one-spectively
half per cent per annum, payable
semi-annually on the first days of Oc
tober and April in each year.
That each of said bonds be nay able
in lawful money of the United States
of America.
That bond numbered 1 be payable as
to principal on the first day of October,
191S:
That bond numbered 2 be payable as
to principal on the first day of October,
1919.
That bonds numbered 3 and 4 be pay
able as to principal on the first day of
October, 1920.
That bonds numbered 5 and 6 be pay
able as to principal on the first day of
October, 1921
That bonds numbered 7 and 8 be pay
able as to principal on the first day of
October, 1922.
That bonds numbered 9 and 10 be
payable as to principal on the first dav
of October, 1923.
That bonds numbered 11 and 12 be
payable as to principal on the first dav
of October, 1924.
That bonds numbered 13 aud 14 be
payable as to.principal on the first day
of October, 1925.
That bonds numbered 15 and 16. be
payable as to principal on the first day
of October, 1926
That bonds numbered 17 and 18 be
payable as to principal on the first dav
of October, 1927.
That bonds numbered 19 and 20 be
payable as to principal on the first day
of October, 1928
That bonds numbered 21 and 22 be
payable as to principal on the first day
of October, 1929.
That bonds numbered 23 and 24 be
payable as to principal on the first day
of October, 1930.
That bonds numbered 25 and 26 be
payable as to principal on the first dav
of October, 1931.
That bonds numbered 27 and 28 be
payable as to principal on the first dav
of October, 1932.
Resolved Further, that said bonds
and the coupons attached thereto be
substantially in the following form,
with rbf necessary variations as to
number* and maturities, which said
form is hereby approved.
STATE OF vlINNESOTA
County of Marshall
No $1,000.00
Public Drainage Ditch Bond.
Kowu All Men These presents,
that Marshall Countv in the state of
Minnesota, acknowledges itself indebt
ed and for value received promises to
pay to bearer ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS,
lawful money of the United States of
America, on the first day of October,
19... with interest from date until
paid at the rate of five und one-half per
cent per an num. payable semiannually,
on the first days of October and April in
each year, both principal and interest
payable ah the office of the Equitable
Trust Company in New York City.
This bond is issued by said couuty for
the purpose of defraying and is for an
amount uecessary to defray part: the
expense incurred and to be incurred in
locating, constructing and establishing
so mr.ob. of a public drainage ditch
known as Judicial Ditch No. 27, as is lo
cated iu said county, or in such relation
such county as to affect lands therein
within the terms of Chapter 230, Gen
eral Laws, Minnesota, 1905, and the
acts amendatory thereof and supple
mental thereto, and is issued by au
thority of and in strict accordance with
the provisions of said law.
It is hereby certified and recited,
that the issuance of this bond has been
duly authorized by a resolution of the
county board of said county, duly pass
ed and recorded, and that the total in
debtedness of said county, including
this bond, does not exceed any constitu
tional or statutory limit.
It is further certified and recited,
that all acts, conditions and things re
quired by the laws and constitution of
the state of Minnesota, to be done prec
edent'to and in the issuance of this
bond have been properly done, happen
and perforated, in regular and due
fofem and time as required Irjr law, and
tfifttithe ditch on account of which this
bond is issaetf is a public drainage
ditch duly and legally- established for
public utility and to promote the public
~T& full faith, credit and resource* or
the connty of Marshall are hereby irre
vocably pledged for tfie punctual pay-'
n)6t of the principal and interest of
this' bond"at maturity.
Hr Testimony Whereof, the County
Board of said county of Marshall haa
caused this bond to be signed by ita
Chairman and countersigned, sealed"
and recorded by its County Auditor,
this first day of October, 1912.
^i'M& Chairman of County Board
Countersigned:
F^W County Auditor
No .iw.39. |27.60
On the first day of AD.
19 the county of Marshall, Minne
sota, will pay to bearer the sum of
twenty-seven and 50-100 dollars at the
Equitable Trust Company, in New^
YorirCity, being the semiannual install
ment of interest on its public drainage
ditch bond, dated October 1, 1912,
No.
-County Auditor. ^-^X-'^M^^^i-'^
Be it further resolved, that said
bonds and each of the coupons attached
thereto shall be signed by the chair
man of this board, and countersigned
by the county auditor, and each of said
bonds shall be sealed and recorded by
the county auditor.
That the signatures of said chair
man and auditor upon the coupons may
be their fac simile signatures litho
graphed or engraved, and
Whereas, Max W. Matteson'has here
tofore offered to purchase said bonds and
to pay therefor not less than their par
value, and
Whereas, this board deems it for the'^
best interest of said ^county to accept
said offer, 'I
Now, therefore, be it resolved, that
said bonds, when so executed, shall be
delivered to said Max W. Matteson,
or his order, upon his pajing into the
county treasury the amount of his bid
therefor, and that the proceeds of the
sale of said bonds shall be placed in the
general ditch fund of said county.
Be it further resolved by the said
board, that the said bonds and the cou
pons thereof shall be paid out of any
available funds in the county treasury
of said county when the funds on hand
in the general ditch fund of the treasu
ry of said county are insufficient to
meet the payment of interest or princi
pal of said bonds when the same re
matures, and the county au
ditor and the county treasurer of said
county are hereby authorized and di
rected to pay the interest and principal
of the said bonds in such event, and to
take all necessary steps to that end, but
the funds from which such moneys may
be taken or used for the payment of
the principal or interest of the said
bonds as they respectively mature shall
be replenished with interest at the rate
of six per cent per annum from the
collection of unpaid assessments by said
Judicial Ditch No. 27, as such assess
ments are collected and received.
Be it fttrther resolved, that the full
faith, credit and resources of said coun
ty of Marshall be, and the same are here
by irrevocably pledged to provide the
money for, the principal and interest of
said bonds when and as the same be
come due.
Commissioner P. B. Malberg seconded
the motion and same being put received
the unanimous vote of the members of
the county board and was duly car
ried and was by the chairman, then
presiding, so declared.
October 1st, 1912.
Attest: L. P. BRANDSTROM,
Chairman County Board.
Marshall County, Minnesota.
Be it resolved, that the County De
pository Bonds of State Bank of Middle
River for the sum of Twenty Thousand
($20,000) Dollars be and the same is
hereby approved as to bond and sure
ties.
On motion the following bills were
audited and allowed, as follows:
Miller-Davis Printing Co., tally books
for primary election $ 4.40
Miller-Davis Printing Co.. blanks for
Judge of Probate 3.
Miller-Davis Printing Co., blanks and
supplies for primary and general
election 192.00
Fritz-Cross Co.. scratch pads and one
copy of Special Session Laws 2.00
Fritz-Cross Co., post cards and envel
opes for Co. Supt 51.20
Fritz-Cross Co.. pens for Clerk of Court L50
Louis F. Dow Co., supplies for Clerk of
Cour
flce-:
lo
Chairman.
if*"!"
Otto Hohle, procuring primary election
baUDfeforTo*noffVall**\
1%
KM
V| Sf
10.06
W. O. Braggans, justice fees State vs.
Eugene Labine 405
E. J. Bren. sanitary towels for court
house 2.40
Jacob Biedermann, coroner's fee, case
of Engaborg Bendickson 6.45
W. M. Welch & Co., plan books, week
ly in env. for Co. Supt 28.00
E. L. Tornell. furniture for Co. Supt. of-
146.50
Warren Milling Co., wood and coal for
court house 375.68
Carl F. Adolphson. mileage attending
board meeting, Oct. 1st
L. P. Brandstrom, mileage attending
board meeting, Oct. 1st.
Peter Nordlund, mileage attending
board meeting, Oct. 1st.. s!80'
P. B. Malberg. mileage attending board
meeting, Oct. 1st 6.40
CarlG. Olson, witness fee and mileage,
case of State vs. Eugene Labine 2.20
N. S. Hegnes, witness fee and mileage,
case of State vs. Eugene Labine 2.20
Aime Regimbal, witness fee and mile
age, case of State vs. Eugene Labine 2.20
Oscar Regimbal, witness fee and mile
age, case of State vs. Eugene Labine 2.20
Joe Parent, witness fee and mileage,
case of State vs. Eugene Labine 2.20
J. L. Olson, juror State vs. Sam Haug
en and Arthur Haugen 2.00
Albin Young. 5 days' services on can
vassing board ..._ 15.00
John G. Smith, 5 days' services on can
vassing board 15.00
Geo. W. Head, 5 days' services on can
vassing board 16.00
Hans Urtes. 5 days' services on canvass
ing board igoo
C. L. Stevens, publishing proceedings,
meetings Sept. 3rd and 4th 65.70
C. L. Stevens, printing primary election
ballots and tally sheets 238.00*
C. L. Stevens, publishing state and
county primary election ballots 81.00
C. L. Stevens, supplies for county offi
cers ijyjg
Minn. State Sanatorium, board and
treatment from Aug. 1st to Sept. 1st l&
for Gerda Tell 'j^jg
C. H. Woblery, services on court house
3.40
,1
10.90
S. W
Chas. W. Latta, publishing notice of
teachers'examination 4.40*
Thronie Kalichko, witness fee and mile
age, case of Lem Smith, insane sat
John Amacher, witness fee, case of
Lem Smith, insane 5^4:
SamGoplin, procuringprimary election
ballots for Town of Marsh Grove..
Paul P. Sund, procuring primary elec-
tionttallOtSfor Town of^ispelee
SilasTorgerson,procuring primary elec
tion bfcftotsfor Tow*of AgaerA......
Johfi'JohnfiOttt procuring primary elec
tion ballots fdr Town ofHunfl
Qle Moen, procuring primary election
ballots for Town of Spruce Valley.
Lars C. Nilson, procuring-primary-elec-
tion ballots^or Town, of Lincoln
Abel Anderson, procuring primary elec
tion pfclldts for Town of West Valley 3 45
N. J. SifiidBerg, procuring prhti&y eleci
tiott ballots fofcTOwtf WvBasVPittfc
.Aao.
1.50 3.00 1.6ft'
2.00 2.00
2.40
i
John Whitman, fconuriiig|rtmary elec-
^nu^^attbftwTowntifawset tM
Nils P. Mugaas, procuring primary elec- v&

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