New Jersey Revised Statutes § 30:9-24 - Maternity Hospitals In Counties Of The First Class; Bond Issue

30:9-24. Maternity hospitals in counties of the first class; bond issue
The board of chosen freeholders of a county of the first class, whenever in its judgment the public need requires, may acquire land by purchase, condemnation, gift or otherwise anywhere within the county and erect thereon suitable buildings to be used as and for a maternity hospital.

For the purpose of obtaining moneys to acquire the necessary land and to erect thereon such hospital buildings, and the furnishing and equipping of the same, the board of chosen freeholders of any such county may issue and sell the bonds of such county to an amount not to exceed one per centum of the ratables of such county, which bonds shall be issued under the provisions of article one of chapter one of the Title Municipalities and Counties.

All necessary charges and expenses that may be incurred in conducting such hospital and in keeping the buildings in repair shall be paid by the board of chosen freeholders from funds raised or to be raised by taxation, as other county expenses are raised and paid.

Amended by L.1938, c. 425, p. 1223, s. 1, eff. Dec. 23, 1938; L.1939, c. 340, s. 1, eff. Oct. 2, 1939.

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