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At the time and place specified in the notice, the person named or described in such notice, or the person's counsel being present, the judge shall hear the evidence presented; and, upon being satisfied that the allegations contained in the affidavit are true, make and file an order requiring such habitual user forthwith to take and continue, until otherwise ordered by the court, treatment for the cure of the habit at a private institution to be selected by the user and approved by the judge, if the user is able to pay therefor, otherwise at some public institution selected by the judge and at the expense of the county. In either case the order shall further require reports to be made to the court at stated intervals therein specified by the person and by the physician or superintendent in charge as to the effect and progress of the treatment. A copy of the order forthwith shall be served upon the user.
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