The recorder, treasurer and marshal mentioned in ORS 221.902 shall, before entering upon the duties of their respective offices, each execute
a bond to the city in such penal sum as the council by ordinance may determine upon,
conditioned for the faithful performance of duties, including in the same bond the
duties of all offices of which the recorder, treasurer or marshal is ex officio incumbent
under ORS 221.901 to 221.928. The bond shall be approved by the council before the officer enters upon the discharge
of duties. The bonds when approved shall be filed with the recorder, except the bond of the recorder,
which shall be filed with the mayor. All the provisions of any law of this state relating to official bonds of officers
shall apply to such bonds, except as otherwise provided in ORS 221.901 to 221.928. Every officer of the city, before entering upon the duties of office, shall take and
file with the recorder an oath to honestly and faithfully discharge the duties of
office, and that the officer will support the laws and Constitution of this state
and of the United States to the best of the ability of the officer.
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