The board of county commissioners shall keep a book in which all orders and decisions
made by it shall be recorded. Such book shall be known as “a record of the proceedings of the board of county
commissioners”. All orders and vouchers for the allowance and payment of moneys from the county
treasury shall state on what account and to whom the allowance is made. The same shall be dated and numbered with the number of the warrant issued in payment
thereof. Approval of orders and vouchers shall be recorded in the record of the proceedings
and this shall be sufficient to indicate approval without requiring a majority of
the board to sign or initial the orders and vouchers.
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