N.J.S.A 44:5-1. Health of indigent and recreation of needy children

44:5-1. Health of indigent and recreation of needy children

A municipality may:

a. Establish laboratories and dispensatories;

b. Employ visiting nurses, supply medicines and medical services to the indigent sick; and

C. Provide fresh air camps, excursions and other means of recreation for the needy children of the municipality.

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