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Title VII CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES

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  87.410.  Authorizing a tax for firemen's pensions in certain cities. — 1.  When one hundred voters of any city in this state which now has or may hereafter have one hundred thousand inhabitants or more shall petition the proper authorities asking that an annual tax of one-fifth of a mill on the dollar annually on all taxable property in such city shall be levied for the benefit of the fund for the pensioning of crippled and disabled firemen, and for the relief of the widows and minor children of deceased firemen of the fire department of such city, and shall ask that the question of whether such a tax shall be levied be submitted to the voters of the city, provided no special tax for such fund shall then be subject to be levied, the proper authorities shall submit the question to the voters of the city.

  2.  The question shall be submitted in substantially the following form:

Shall there be a one-fifth mill tax on the firemen's pension fund?

  3.  If the majority of all the votes cast in such city upon such proposition for or against a one-fifth mill tax for the firemen's pension fund shall be for the tax, the tax specified in such notice shall be levied and collected in like manner with the other general taxes of said city, and the proceeds of said tax shall be known as "the firemen's pension fund"; provided, that such tax shall cease in case the voters of such city shall so determine by a majority vote at any election held therein; provided further, however, that when a majority of the voters of such city shall have voted for a one-fifth mill tax for the firemen's pension fund, the authorities, officials or representatives of the city whose duty it shall be to fix the tax rate for such city shall have the tax for the firemen's pension fund at the rate specified in consideration in fixing the tax rate, and shall so fix said rate that with and including such tax for the firemen's pension fund the constitutional limitation upon the taxing power of such city shall not be exceeded.

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(RSMo 1939 § 9500, A.L. 1978 H.B. 971)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 8933; 1919 § 9034


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