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BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 12.04 Miscellaneous Hospital Provisions

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Chapter 12.04
Miscellaneous Hospital Provisions

Sections:

12.04.010 Bonds.
12.04.020 Employee meals.
12.04.030 Malcolm Bliss Mental Health Center.
12.04.040 Max C. Starkloff Hospital.
12.04.050 Coin-operated television sets--Agreement.
12.04.060 Coin-operated television sets--Bids.
12.04.070 Parking--Permit--Issuance.
12.04.080 Parking--Permit--Effect.
12.04.090 Parking--Permit--Required.
12.04.100 Parking--Fine--Towing vehicle.
12.04.110 Parking--Watchmen--Appointment.
12.04.120 Parking--Watchmen--Violation notices.

12.04.010 Bonds.

The chief clerk at the city hospital, the receiving room clerks at the city hospital, and the chief clerk at the sanitarium shall give bonds as elsewhere provided in Section 12.48.020, conditioned for the faithful performance of their duties and that they will pay over to the city all moneys belonging to the city and will return to the patients all goods and chattels which may come into their possession. For any breach of the condition of the bond, suit may be instituted thereon by the city or in the name of the city by any person who may suffer loss or damage by reason of breach to the use of the person.
(1948 C. Ch. 31 2: 1960 C. 435.080.)

City Counselor Ops.: 8769

12.04.020 Employee meals.

All employees of the several sections of the hospital division who work more than eight hours per day, and for whom keep, residence or meals are not specifically provided in the annual standardization ordinance, or who, on account of being subject to emergency calls, do not receive a one-hour meal period, shall be entitled to one meal per day.
(1948 C. Ch. 31 3: 1960 C. 435.070.)

City Counselor Ops.: 8769

12.04.030 Malcolm Bliss Mental Health Center.

The psychopathic hospital erected between Carroll Street and Park Avenue and Grattan Street and Dillon Street shall be hereafter known and designated as the Malcolm Bliss Mental Health Center.
(Ord. 48609 1, 1957: 1948 C. Ch. 31 6: 1960 C. 444.020.)

City Counselor Ops.: 8769

12.04.040 Max C. Starkloff Hospital.

The name of the institution owned and operated by the city and known as the city hospital, located at 1515 Lafayette Avenue, is designated the Max C. Starkloff Hospital.
(1948 C. Ch. 31 5: 1960 C. 444.010.)

City Counselor Ops.: 8769

12.04.050 Coin-operated television sets--Agreement.

The city acting by and through the mayor and the comptroller may enter into an agreement with one or more of the companies offering to install coin-operated television sets in hospitals operated by the city which agreement or agreements shall read as follows:

THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into this ________ day of ________, 1956, by and between ________ and the CITY OF ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, a Municipal Corporation of the State of Missouri, WITNESSETH:

WHEREAS, ____
is engaged in the business of placing and installing and maintaining coin-operated television sets in hospitals in and about the City of St. Louis, Missouri, and The City of St. Louis owns, conducts and administers certain hospitals in or near the City of St. Louis, and

WHEREAS, ____
is desirous of placing its coin-operated television sets in said hospital(s) for use by the patients, and The City of St. Louis is willing to have such televisions sets so installed in said Hospitals;

NOW, THEREFORE, it is mutually agreed by and between the Parties hereto as follows:

(1) ____
shall place, install and maintain in said ____
Hospital coin-operated television sets in such rooms as shall be agreed upon between the administrators of such Hospital and the Officers of ________; and all such sets shall have a seventeen inch picture or larger and shall be all-channel sets.

(2) ____
shall pay to the Hospital Commissioner's Fund for the privilege of so installing such television sets, ________% of the gross receipts to be received and collected from said sets, payments of such ________% of the receipts to be made quarterly on the last day of March, June, September and December of each year during the life of this Agreement or any extension or renewal thereof;

(3) ____
shall have the right at all reasonable times, and at the convenience of the Hospitals, to repair, service and make collections from any or all of the television sets installed in the Hospitals, to substitute new or other sets for those already installed, if deemed necessary or convenient, and upon the termination of this agreement or any extension thereof, to remove from said Hospital all of the sets and all appurtenances thereto so installed by ________, it being understood that title to the television sets installed, and all appurtenances thereto, shall always remain in ________.

(4) The City of St. Louis by and through the Hospital Commissioner shall have the right to require said ________ to repair, replace or otherwise keep in good operating condition all television sets installed under the terms of this Agreement.

(5) During the terms of this Agreement or any renewal or extension thereof the City of St. Louis shall not permit the installation in said ________ Hospital of any coin-operated or rental television sets other than those covered by this Agreement, or such as shall be placed in said Hospital by, and rented from ________, it being understood that the authority herein granted to ________ for the installation of coin-operated or rental television sets in said Hospital is exclusive.

________, shall not assign or transfer its interest in this contract without the written consent of the City of St. Louis.

(6) During the term of this contract and any extension or renewal thereof ________ shall carry, at its expense, comprehensive bodily injury liability insurance with limits of $25,000.00 for damages to any one person and $50,000.00 for damages arising from any one accident and property damage insurance with limits of $10,000.00 for damages arising from any actions of the Company, or its agents or employees or from any of its properties and shall hold the City of St. Louis harmless from any liability which may arise as the result of the actions or properties of ________, its agent or assignees.

This Agreement shall continue for a period of ________ years from the date hereof.

___
By 

____
(SEAL)

____
Mayor of the City of St. Louis

____
Comptroller of the City of St. Louis

Attest:

____
Register of the City of St. Louis
(Ord. 48168 1, 1957.)

12.04.060 Coin-operated television sets--Bids.

The mayor and comptroller, acting for the city, are hereby authorized and directed to execute and enter into said agreement as set out in Section 12.04.050 after competitive bids have been advertised for and received under the procedure established in such cases.
(Ord. 48168 2, 1957.)

12.04.070 Parking--Permit--Issuance.

The administrators or their designated assistants of the St. Louis City Hospitals, Max C. Starkloff Memorial and Homer G. Phillips, are authorized to designate parking spaces on the grounds of said city hospitals. The administrators shall issue permits for the privilege of parking in these designated spaces and shall post signs indicating proper color and number of permit to be allowed in each parking area. The administrators are authorized to require the permittee to place said sticker on the windshield of the vehicle in order that it might be readily identified. All such permits shall expire on September 1 next following the date of issuance. The administrators may revoke a permit at any time. The administrators shall issue permits to deputy sheriffs assigned to guard prisoners at city hospitals and provide for the movement of prisoners to and from the hospitals as is provided other emergency vehicles.
(Ord. 56656 1, 1974: prior Ord. 56024 1, 1971.)

Editor's Note:

Ordinance 56656 appears to supersede Ordinance 56024, but the latter has been codified here because it was not specifically repealed.

12.04.080 Parking--Permit--Effect.

Permits issued by the administrators of city hospitals for parking spaces shall be in effect daily, Sundays and legal holidays.
(Ord. 56656 2, 1974: prior Ord. 56024 2, 1971.)

Editor's Note:

Ordinance 56656 appears to supersede Ordinance 56024, but the latter has been codified here because it was not specifically repealed.

12.04.090 Parking--Permit--Required.

No person shall park any vehicle on said property in those spaces designated for parking without first having obtained a permit therefore from the administrators of the city hospitals, nor shall any person park any vehicle in any place not designated for such purpose by the administrators.
(Ord. 56656 3, 1974: prior Ord. 56024 3, 1971.)

Editor's Note:

Ordinance 56656 appears to supersede Ordinance 56024, but the latter has been codified here because it was not specifically repealed.

12.04.100 Parking--Fine--Towing vehicle.

Any person violating the provisions of Sections 12.04.070--12.04.120 shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined not less than one dollar nor more than one hundred dollars. Also, the vehicle shall be removed from the grounds of the city hospitals at the owner's expense. The company towing such vehicle shall be entitled to collect from the owner of the vehicle an amount to cover the cost of towing services before releasing vehicle to the owner.
(Ord. 56656 4, 1974: prior Ord. 56024 4, 1971.)

Editor's Note:

Ordinance 56656 appears to supersede Ordinance 56024, but the latter has been codified here because it was not specifically repealed.

12.04.110 Parking--Watchmen--Appointment.

The administrators or their designated assistants of the St. Louis City Hospitals (Max C. Starkloff Memorial and Homer G. Phillips) are authorized to appoint any watchman and any security officer in the hospital division to perform the additional duties of issuing written notices of violation of parking regulations under authority of Sections 12.04.070--12.04.120 only on the grounds of St. Louis City Hospitals (Max C. Starkloff Memorial and Homer G. Phillips) and on property leased by or under the control of the St. Louis city hospitals (Max C. Starkloff Memorial and Homer G. Phillips).
(Ord. 56656 5, 1974: prior Ord. 56558 1, 1973.)

Editor's Note:

Ordinance 56656 appears to supersede Ordinance 56558, but the latter has been codified here because it was not specifically repealed.

12.04.120 Parking--Watchmen--Violation notices.

All watchmen and all security officers appointed under the authority of Section 12.04.070 shall issue notices of violation of parking regulations under authority of Sections 12.04.070--12.04.120 when any vehicle is found illegally parked contrary to the provisions of Section 12.04.070, Section 12.04.080 or Section 12.04.090. Any watchman or security officer so appointed shall notify the driver of the illegally parked vehicle by handing to him or affixing on the vehicle a written notice of the violation of Sections 12.04.070--12.04.120. The notice shall contain instructions permitting the owner of the vehicle or driver to appear in person or mail the sum of ten dollars within seven days to the traffic violation bureau. The instructions shall state that the payment of the ten dollars fine shall be received in lieu of the penalty provided in Section 12.04.100 in full satisfaction of the violation.
(Ord. 56656 6, 1974: prior Ord. 56558 2, 1973.)

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