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CHAPTER 169.
An Act to amend an act entitled "A further supplement

to an act entitled 'An act for the incorporation of
cities and providing for their officers, government and
powers,' approved March twenty-fourth, one thou-
sand eight hundred and ninety-nine,” approved June
twenty-second, one thousand nine hundred and six.

BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey:

1. Section five (5) of the act to which this act is an Section amendment is hereby amended to read as follows: 5. Any city incorporated under the act to which this Procedure in

constructing act is a supplement may construct sewers or drains or crains and make any improvement enumerated in or contemplated sewers. by this act under the provisions of this act or the provisions of the act to which this act is a supplement. It

a being the intention of this act to provide an additional mode of procedure with respect to the building of sewers or drains or the making of any improvement of the character mentioned.

Approved May 13, 1907.

amended..

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CHAPTER 170.

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An Act regulating the construction and maintenance of

hospitals, sanitariums or other buildings designed for the care, entertainment, board, maintenance, treatment or cure of any person or persons afflicted with the disease known as pulmonary tuberculosis, or any infectious, contagious or communicable disease.

BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey:

1. From and after the passage of this act it shall be mur unlawful for any person or persons or corporation or establishing 27

hospital.

Consent of

tubercular

Notice of intent given.

corporations, except municipal corporations, or corpora-
tions not organized for pecuniary profit, to construct or
otherwise establish and hereafter maintain for profit any
hospital, sanitarium or other building designed for the
care, entertainment, board, maintenance, treatment or
cure of any person or persons afflicted with the disease
known as pulmonary tuberculosis, or any infectious, con-
tagious or communicable disease, without first having
obtained the consent in the form of a resolution or ordi-
nance from the governing body or board of the town-
ship, town, village, borough, city or other municipality
within the limits of which it is proposed to construct or
maintain such hospital, sanitarium or other building.
Notice of such application shall be given by the applicant
by publication for at least two weeks in one or more
newspapers published and circulated in the township or
municipality where it is proposed to construct or main-
tain such hospital, sanitarium or other building; or, if
none be published, then by posting in ten of the most
public places in such township or municipality at least
fourteen days before the meeting at which the applica-
tion is to be made. Said notice shall set forth the time
and place at which said application will be presented;
the name of the applicant; also the exact location at
which it is proposed to construct or maintain such hos-
pital, sanitarium or other building.

2. This act shall take effect immediately.
Approved May 13, 1907.

CHAPTER 171.

An Act to amend an act entitled "An act relating to,

regulating and providing for the government of cities,” approved April third, one thousand nine hundred and two.

BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey:

1. Subdivision XXXII of section fourteen of an act entitled “An act relating to, regulating and providing

Subdivision XXXII of section 14 amended.

for the government of cities," approved April third, one thousand nine hundred and two, be and is hereby amended so that the same shall read: "XXXII. To establish or abolish a fire department Relative to

fire and to regulate and define the manner of appointing and ment. removing officers and employes thereof, their duties and compensation; to provide by lease or purchase engine houses, fire-alarm systems, apparatus and all other real and personal property necessary or proper for the efficient conduct of said department and to provide water for extinguishing fires; to issue corporate bonds of such city in payment of such purchase; to sell personal property acquired for the use of said department, but no longer needed thereby; to establish, maintain and abolish from time to time a Fire Commissioner or Board of Fire Fire.com

missioners. Commissioners, which board shall consist of such number of persons as city council may determine, and such commissioner or board shall be appointed for such a time or times at such compensation, subject to such provisions, rules and regulations for the organization and conduct thereof as such city council may from time to time determine; and to delegate to said Commissioner or Board of Fire Commissioners the power, authority and direction of the election, appointment, regulation, suspension and dismissal of the chief and other officers and employes of said department, the fixing of their compensation (excepting the compensation of said Fire Commissioners), the keeping of the records in relation to said department, the making of rules and regulations governing said department, the expenditure of sums appropriated by said city council for the use of said department (whether from the proceeds of the sale of bonds therefor or from the general receipts from taxes), the lease and purchase of all real and personal property necessary or proper to the use of said department, the sale of all personal property no longer needed by said department and all other powers which said city council may deem necessary to the efficient conduct of said department; provided, that no moneys shall be expended Proviso. by said board except from appropriations made by said city council, and except for the purpose for which said

Proviso.

appropriations shall have been designated; and provided,
further, that all disbursements for said expenditures
shall be by warrant of the City Comptroller upon the
City Treasurer in payment only of bills duly approved
by said Commissioner or said Board of Fire Commis-
sioners.”

2. This act shall take effect immediately.
Approved May 13, 1907.

CHAPTER 172.

An Act to amend an act entitled “An act relating to,

regulating and providing for the government of cities," approved April third, one thousand nine hundred and two, by providing further for the method in which ordinances shall be passed by city councils in said cities, by amending section eleven of said act.

Section 11 amended.

Introduction and passage

BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey:

1. Section eleven of an act entitled "An act relating to, regulating and providing for the government of cities," approved April third, one thousand nine hundred and two, is hereby amended to read :

11. No ordinance shall be introduced except at a ar ordinances. stated meeting, or finally passed except at a subsequent

stated meeting. No ordinance shall be introduced or finally passed at any adjourned meeting. Every ordinance shall be read three times before final passage and between such readings any number of meetings during a period of not more than four months may have intervened, at which meetings no action may have been taken on said ordinance. Where the general object of any ordinance is expressed in its title, said ordinance, whether for the issue of bonds or for any other purpose, may be read by title; provided, however, that it shall, before final passage, be read in full at least once in the form in which it finally is passed. The yeas and nays

Proviso.

shall be called on the third reading of every ordinance and shall be entered in full upon the journal, and on the first and second readings whenever the rules of the council shall so require. A concurrence of the majority of all Passed by the members of the city council shall be necessary only Submitted to on the third reading and final passage of said ordinance. Every ordinance shall, after its final passage, as above provided, be authenticated by the signature of the clerk of said city council and by him presented to the mayor of said city for his consideration. Within ten days after it shall have been presented to him, it shall be the duty of the mayor to return every ordinance, either with or without his signature, to the city clerk. If the mayor shall approve the ordinance, he shall sign it. If he shall not May approve approve it, he may file his objections thereto with the or veto. city clerk within ten days after said ordinance shall be so presented to him. It shall be the duty of the city clerk to report such objections to the city council at its next meeting and to enter the same upon the journal. The city council shall thereupon proceed to reconsider Action on the passage of such ordinance. The votes upon the reconsideration of any ordinance, after objections filed by the mayor, as aforesaid, shall be taken by yeas and nays and shall be entered in full upon the journal. Every ordinance which shall have been passed by city council and shall have been approved by the mayor, as above provided, or if not so approved by the mayor, shall have remained without objections filed, as above provided, for ten days after the same is presented to him, or if not so approved by the mayor, shall have been passed by a vote of two-thirds of all the members of the city council upon a reconsideration, as above provided, notwithstanding his objections filed, shall be published in one or more Publication of newspapers published in such city, and upon the day of the first publication thereof shall take effect. No ordinance shall be altered or repealed save by ordinance to that effect. It shall be lawful for city council to insert in any ordinance a condition to the effect that such ordinance, when passed or approved, as required by law, shall not be published until an amount sufficient to pay the expenses of such publication shall have been paid to the city clerk by or on account of such person or corpora

majority vote.

veto.

ordinances.

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