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Minnesota Statutes Libraries (Ch. 134-135) § 134.15. Gifts

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With the consent of the governing body of any city or county, expressed by ordinance or resolution, the library board may accept any gift, grant, devise, or bequest made or offered by any person for public library purposes, or for the establishment, enlargement, or maintenance of an art gallery or museum in connection with its library, and may carry out the conditions of the donation.  The city or county in all such cases is authorized to acquire a site, levy a tax, and pledge itself by ordinance or resolution to a perpetual compliance with all the terms and conditions of the gift, grant, devise, or bequest so accepted.

Cite this article: - Minnesota Statutes Libraries (Ch. 134-135) § 134.15. Gifts - last updated January 01, 2018 |

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