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  87.400.  Creation of fire department pension fund — sources of revenue. — The revenues which shall form and maintain the fire department pension fund in cities to which sections 87.380 to 87.490 are applicable shall be created as herein provided, and shall be separately kept and used only as provided in sections 87.380 to 87.490.  The funds which shall be credited to and form the pension fund shall be realized and secured from the following sources:

  (1)  All moneys and securities remaining in the hands, or under the control, of any incorporated fire department pension fund and relief association existing in any such city at the time sections 87.380 to 87.490 shall take effect, which may be transferred to said fund by authority of the members of such associations, and all moneys which may now be under the control of any board of trustees of the firemen's fund, or firemen's pension fund, in any such city at the time sections 87.380 to 87.490 shall take effect;

  (2)  All moneys derived by any such city by the sale of all condemned hose, or other fire department apparatus of every kind or description, which may be set apart to said fund by ordinance of the municipal authorities of such city;

  (3)  All moneys received from rejected or surplus material, or article of value, coming into the department, and disposed of and sold by the officers of any such city, which may be set apart to said fund by ordinance of the municipal authorities of such city;

  (4)  All moneys levied and collected by any court as fines for the violation of the laws in relation to the construction of any certain class of buildings of prohibited materials within the fire limits of any such city as established by ordinance, which may be set apart to said fund by ordinance of the municipal authorities of such city;

  (5)  All fines derived from any violation of any building law or ordinance in any such city, which may be set apart to said fund by ordinance of the municipal authorities of such city;

  (6)  All fines and penalties that may be collected for violating the municipal laws or ordinances regulating the quantity, quality, or storage of petroleum, coal oil, gasoline, turpentine, or any product thereof, all hemp, cotton, powder, giant powder, dynamite, or other combustible, or inflammable substance, liquid, or material that is considered extremely dangerous or hazardous, which may be set apart to said fund by ordinance of the municipal authorities of such city;

  (7)  All moneys derived from licenses or privileges to store or manufacture coal oil, petroleum, gasoline, turpentine, powder, giant powder, dynamite, hemp, cotton, or other combustible or inflammable substance, liquid or material, that is considered dangerous or hazardous, which may be set apart to said fund by ordinance of the municipal authorities of such city;

  (8)  All initiation fees and dues from the active and honorary members of the department;

  (9)  All moneys derived from citizens or others for services rendered by any such fire department to such citizens or others for pumping out cellars, filling cisterns, removing dangerous walls, buildings, or other obstructions that are injurious or dangerous to the inhabitants of any such city;

  (10)  The emoluments from all such other work as may be permitted by any such city to be performed by the department outside of its legitimate and proper duty;

  (11)  All fines and penalties imposed upon members of the department for any dereliction of duty, or for violation of any rule, order, or regulation of the department, after any such rule, order or regulation has been properly promulgated and made known to the department   such fine or penalty shall not exceed fifty dollars, or be less than five dollars, for any one offense;

  (12)  All donations received by the chief or any member of the department from any citizen, person, or corporation for and in the name of the department;

  (13)  All rewards in money, fees, gifts, and endowments that may be paid or given for or on account of extraordinary service by said fire department, or any member thereof, except when permitted by order of the board of trustees to be retained by said member;

  (14)  And the said board of trustees may take by gift, grant, devise, or bequest any money, real estate, personal property, right of property, or other valuable thing to hold for the use of said fund;

  (15)  All money derived from lectures, pictures, and other entertainments authorized by the department;

  (16)  All moneys derived from any and all other sources that may by any law or ordinance of this state or municipality thereof be set apart for the benefit of any such fire department pension fund in any such city in this state.

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(RSMo 1939 § 9524)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 8957; 1919 § 9508; 1909 § 9883


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