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2016 Statute

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14-6,100.Certain cities between 4,500 and 6,000; acceptance of gifts; election; site, erection and equipment of hospital. Where in any city of the second class having a population of not less than four thousand five hundred (4,500) and not more than six thousand (6,000), located in a county having five (5) cities of the second class, money has been raised by public subscription or otherwise for the construction of a hospital to serve such city and the surrounding community or where such money so raised for such purpose has been partly or wholly spent for acquiring a site and the partial or complete construction and equipment of a hospital, such city may accept a gift of such money or the money not yet expended for site and hospital and the site and hospital in course of construction or constructed and equipped from the person or persons or corporation having charge or owning such money or site and partly constructed or constructed and equipped hospital.

Before the city accepts such gift the proposition shall be submitted at a regular city election or at an election called for the purpose, and if a majority of the votes cast on the proposition shall be in favor thereof the governing body shall proceed to accept the gift, and shall have power to continue with the construction and equipping of the hospital, or in case the gift is of money only shall have power to acquire a site for and erect and equip a hospital within the amount of money available except as provided in K.S.A. 14-6,101.

History: L. 1953, ch. 113, § 1; April 13.

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