2006 Minnesota Statutes
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256.02 INVESTIGATIONS; EXAMINATIONS; SUPERVISION.
Subdivision 1. Duties.
The commissioner of human services shall investigate the whole
system of public charities and charitable institutions in the state, especially infirmaries and
public hospitals, and examine their condition and management. The commissioner may require
the officers in charge of any such institution to furnish such information and statistics as the
commissioner deems necessary, upon blanks furnished by the commissioner. The commissioner
shall examine all plans for new infirmaries, or for repairs at an estimated cost of over $200,
before the same are adopted by the county or other municipal board, and have an advisory
supervision over all such institutions. Upon the request of the governor, the commissioner shall
specially investigate any charitable institution and report its condition; and for this purpose the
commissioner is hereby authorized to send for persons and papers, administer oaths, and take
testimony to be transcribed and included in the report.
History: (4448) RL s 1899; 1949 c 228 s 1; 1961 c 750 s 27 subd 1; 1984 c 654 art 5 s
58; 1986 c 444
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