This case had its inception strictly as a judicial proceeding in the Circuit Court of the 11th Judicial Circuit in an action initiated by the filing of an information in quo warrantor in the name of the State of Florida on relation of H. Leslie Quigg, relator, and against Charles O. Nelson, respondent. Its true genesis, however, was in a hearing before the City Commission of the City of Miami. This hearing was inaugurated by the City Manager and had as its purpose the determination, as a matter of fact, of whether the charges filed against Quigg, the then Chief of Police of Miami, were true and required Quigg's removal from office. The City Charter of Miami authorizes such action and prescribes the procedure to be followed. We find that there was a legally sufficient compliance with statutory requirements in every particular in connection with the hearing before the City Commission. As a result of this full and complete hearing, the City Commission removed Mr. Quigg from the office of Chief of Police. Thereafter Charles O. Nelson was installed as Quigg's successor. The Circuit Judge in effect reversed the action of the City Commission by the entry of a judgment of ouster against the respondent Nelson in the quo warrantor proceedings.