Title: An act Amending Sec. 6 of Chapter 22935
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Title: An act Amending Sec. 6 of Chapter 22935
Alternate Title: Chapter 26590, Senate Bill No. 321. An act Amending Sec. 6 of Chapter 22935, Law of Florida, Acts of 1945. Relating to Certain Water Conservation Districts and reducing the millage.
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Language: English
Publication Date: May 14, 1951
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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General Note: Box 3, Folder 2 ( SWFWMD (R) HISTORY - LAWS, RULES FIRST ORDERS - B3F2 ), Item 70
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SLAW S OF FLORIDA CHAPTER 26590


,) ." Less Than 36,400 and Not More Than 37,100, According to the
Last Preceding Federal Census. .

npairment of Health 1 Be it Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
ies in the State of \ Section 1. That the salary of the county judges as Judges of ,I
,More, According to the County Courts of counties in the State of Florida having a
edy AccTerclg to s population of not less than 36,400 and not more than 37,100 accord-
i Totalo rial ing to the last preceding Federal Census, shall be twenty-four
in Total or Partial
hundred dollars per annum, payable monthly.
--en Suffered in Line
Section 2. If any portion of this Act shall be deemed or held .;
Invalid for any reason, such invalidity shall not affect the valid .
of Florida:
portions of this Act.
f health of municipal Section 3. All laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith are
ot Florida having a
hereby repealed.
o the last preceding
-pertension or heart Section 4. This Act shall take effect immediately upon becoming
y, shall be presumed a law, and shall be applicable on and after the effective date of i
he contrary be shown the 1950 Federal Census.
h municipal firemen
Entering into such Became a law without the Governor's approval.
my evidence of such Filed in Office Secretary of State May 14, 1951.

aws in conflict with ri
reby repealed. .HAPTER 26590-(No. 111)
.nmediately upon its SENATE BILL NO. 321
upon its becoming a AN ACT Amending Section 6 of Chapter 22935, Laws of Florida,
Acts of 1945, Relating to Certain Water Conservation Districts;

,roval. Reducing From Two Mills to One-half Mill the Tax Authorized
by Said Section 6.
1951.
Be it Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
Section 1. Section 6 of Chapter 22935, Laws of Florida, Acts

10) of 1945, is hereby amended so as to read as follows:
9 "Section 6. The Board of County Commissioners of every
county in which a Water Conservation District shall be
County Judges as established under this law shall be and is hereby authorized
respective Counties in to levy a general county-wide annual tax of not more than
a Population of Not one-half mill upon each dollar of taxable property within such
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CHAPTER 26591 LAWS OF FLORIDA

county for the purpose of defraying the cost and expenses of Section
installation, construction, purchase and operation of the lands approved by t
and facilities of such Water Conservation District and co- public records
operation with other authorities as provided in Section 5 se or other
of this Act." dedicated to .
not shown on
Section 2. All laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith are plat, shall be
hereby repealed. and title to a
Section 3. This Act shall take effect upon becoming a law. dedication th
Became a law without the Governor's approval. fore execute,
4 Filed in Office Secretary of State May 14, 1951. shall revert
: in such price
I Section 3.
CHAPTER 26591--(No. 112) populations
i !Federal Cer
I SENATE BILL NO. 322
j Section 4
- W AN ACT Concerning Plats and Revised Plats and Their Effect, hereby reply
j. Upon Approval by Proper Authorities and Recording in the Secton
. Public Records of the County, On Streets, Alleys, Roads and
1 | Other Thoroughfares, and On Parks, Parkways, Waterways, Became
! ^ School Sites and Other Tracts, Theretofore Dedicated to or
j Used by the Public, When Not Shown on Such Plats and Fied i
. jRevised Plats, and When So Approved and Recorded, Their
Effect on the Title to Lands Lying Within the Confines of the
j :Same; Limiting the Applicability of This Act to Counties Having
"Populations of Not Less Than 325,000 According to the Last
Preceding Federal Census. AN ACT
SBe it Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida: Each C
S Not Le;
Section 1. Whenever any plat or revised plat shall have been Census
\ approved by the proper authorities, and shall be recorded in the Directc
i public records of the county, all streets, alleys, roads or other Cent o
: J thoroughfares, howsoever designated, and whether or not shown of Sue
| \\ on a prior plat, that may lie within the confines of the land in of Suc
S; | question and that are not shown on such plat or revised plat, Paid 1
I shall be deemed to have been vacated, closed and abandoned, and State '
| the title to all lands lying within the confines thereof shall revert in the
| or pass to the proper persons as otherwise provided by law.
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