N.J.S.A 44:5-13. Annual reports to freeholders by hospitals participating in appropriation

44:5-13. Annual reports to freeholders by hospitals participating in appropriation

A hospital desiring to participate in the funds referred to in sections 44:5-11 and 44:5-12. Distribution of appropriation among nonprofit hospitals or clinics in county of this title shall, prior to December fifteenth of each year, make a report to the board of chosen freeholders of the county under oath of the superintendent or custodian of the records and verified by the president of the hospital, setting forth in detail the free work done by the hospital in accordance with the provisions of said sections 44:5-11 and 44:5-12. Distribution of appropriation among nonprofit hospitals or clinics in county for the twelve months ending November thirtieth next preceding.

The apportionment of the money for the fiscal year of the county, following such reports, shall be made to each hospital upon the basis of free service as shown by the reports, and no hospital failing to make such reports shall participate in the funds appropriated for the fiscal year immediately following that failure.

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