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County mosquito control commission; estimate and approval of annual requirements; power and duty of commissioner
Public Health (PBH) CHAPTER 45, ARTICLE 15, TITLE 2
§ 1528. County mosquito control commission; estimate and approval of
annual requirements; power and duty of commissioner. 1. Each county
mosquito control commission shall, on or before the first day of October
in each year, file with the commissioner and with the board of
supervisors of its county, a detailed estimate of the moneys required
for the ensuing year and a plan of the work to be done and the methods
to be employed, together with a general description of such lands.

2. The board of supervisors shall have power to approve, modify or
alter such estimates, plans and methods, and it shall be the duty of the
board of supervisors in the county in which a commission is appointed at
its annual or other meeting held in the month of October of each year
and on receipt of the said report from the county commission, to cause
to be included in the annual budget of such county for the succeeding
year the amount of money included in such estimate of moneys, as
approved, modified or altered by it for the use and purposes of the
mosquito control commission, in its said county.

3. Provided, however, that any district which at the time when this
section, as hereby amended, take effect, shall have been legally
established under chapter two hundred forty-six of the laws of nineteen
hundred sixteen, as amended by chapter thirteen of the laws of nineteen
hundred twenty-six, shall be exempted from the provisions of this
chapter and from taxation under it.

4. The county treasurer of such county shall pay from time to time to
the mosquito control commission, on the requisition of such commission,
duly signed and approved by the president and secretary thereof such
sums as may be needed within the appropriation.