Cork Fever Hospital Act, 1935


Commencement of Part III of this Act.

Submission by the Corporation of scheme for establishment of new fever hospital in or near Cork city.

5.—(1) The Corporation may, if they think fit, prepare and submit to the Minister a scheme (in this Act referred to as the scheme) for the erection, and establishment of a new fever hospital (including accommodation for the staff thereof) in or near the city of Cork.

(2) The scheme shall—

(a) specify the proposed site of the hospital,

(b) incorporate the plans and specifications of the proposed hospital (including accommodation for the staff thereof), and

(c) state the estimated cost of carrying out the scheme.

(3) The Minister may, on receipt of the scheme, either, approve of the scheme without modification or approve of the scheme with such modifications as he shall think fit, or refuse to approve of the scheme.

(4) For the purposes of the Cork City Management Act, 1929 (No. 1 of 1929) the preparation of the scheme under this section shall be a reserved function.

(5) Any expenses incurred by the Corporation under this section shall, in case Part III of this Act does not come into operation, be raised and defrayed by the Corporation in like manner in which expenses incurred by the Corporation in the execution of the Public Health Acts, 1878 to 1931, are raised and defrayed.