An order or warrant drawn by some duly authorized officer of the county, directed to the county treasurer and directing him to pay out of the funds of the county a designated sum of money to a named individual, or to his order or to bearer. Savage v. Mathews, 98 Ala. 535, 13 South. 328; Crawford v. Noble Countv, 8 Okl. 450. 58 Pac. 616; People v. Rio Grande County, 11 Colo. App. 124, 52 Pac. 748
What is COUNTY WARRANT?
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