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§ 14. Approval of plans for certain works built by state and inspection of state institutions by state commissioner of health. In all buildings and institutions, owned, maintained or controlled by the state, the plans for all water supply, sewerage, sewage-disposal and garbage-disposal works, shall be subject to the approval of the state commissioner of health before being adopted or constructed. Whenever required by the fiscal supervisor of state charities, the state commissioner of health shall make an examination and inspection of the sanitary conditions of such institutions as report to the fiscal supervisor of state charities and transmit copies of this report and recommendations thereon to the president of the board of managers or trustees of such institution and to the fiscal supervisor of state charities. It shall be the duty of the superintendents of said institutions to immediately report an outbreak of a contagious or infectious disease to the state commissioner of health, and upon receipt of such report the state commissioner of health shall advise the superintendent of said institution as to the best means to effectually control said disease. It shall be the duty of the state commissioner of health to make regular analyses of the water supplies of said institutions, at least twice in each year, and furnish copies of his reports thereon to the president of the board of managers or trustees of the institutions, and to the fiscal supervisor of state charities. (As amended by chapter 92 of the Laws of 1910.)
Limitations upon power of the city of New York to restrain erection of such plants.
The city of New York cannot enjoin as a threatened nuisance the construction of sewage disposal plants for State institutions on the Croton watershed after the State Department of Health has approved the plans therefor. Until