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32-2194 - Exceptions

Statutes And Rules

This chapter does not apply to any of the following:

  1. Any religious corporation, church, religious society or denomination, a corporation sole administering temporalities of any church or religious society or denomination, or any cemetery organized, controlled and operated by any of them.
  2. A private or municipal cemetery.
  3. Any fraternal burial park not exceeding ten acres in area, established before July 2, 1963, in which the sale of burial spaces is restricted exclusively to its members.
  4. The superintendent of the Arizona pioneers' home and the Arizona pioneers' home cemetery.

36-402 - Exemptions

Statutes And Rules

A. This chapter and the rules adopted by the director pursuant to this chapter do not authorize the licensure, supervision, regulation or control of:

1. The remedial care or treatment of residents or patients in any home or institution conducted only for those who rely solely on treatment by prayer or spiritual means in accordance with the creed or tenets of any well recognized church or religious denomination.

2. Establishments, such as motels, hotels and boarding houses, that provide domiciliary and ancillary commercial services, but do not provide adaptive, medical, hospital, nursing

41-901 - Governor's authority

Statutes And Rules

The governor shall have charge and control of the Arizona pioneers' home, the state hospital for disabled miners, the state prison and prison farm and other state institutions the management of which is not otherwise provided by law.

41-921-Establishing home; location

Statutes And Rules

A home for aged and infirm Arizona pioneers is established and shall be known as the "Arizona pioneers' home". For purposes prescribed in section 25 of the enabling act, the pioneers' home shall be designated as the hospital for disabled miners and shall have the same exemption provided to the pioneers' home pursuant to section 36-402. The home shall be maintained at or near Prescott, Arizona.

41-923 - Admission to home; qualifications required; payment of costs; neglect or refusal to reimburse state

Statutes And Rules

A. A person of good character is eligible to be admitted to the Arizona pioneers' home who:

  1. Is and has been for a period of five years prior to his application for admission a citizen or legal resident of the United States.
  2. Has been a resident of this state for not less than fifty years.
  3. Has reached the age of seventy or more years.
  4. At the time of admission, is ambulatory, has proper bowel and bladder control and is able to bathe, clothe and feed himself without assistance.
  5. At the time of admission, does not require care in a hospital or in a skilled care or intermediate care

41-924 - Duties of superintendent; approval of claims; disposition of monies collected

Statutes And Rules

A. The superintendent of the home shall, subject to the directions of the governor, be charged with the care, custody and management of the home.

B. The superintendent shall admit persons to the home and shall see that persons admitted to the home are comfortably cared for, fed and provided necessary medications and furnished with necessary medical treatment in the most cost-effective manner determined by the superintendent. For the purposes of this subsection:

  1. "Formulary" means a listing of drugs intended to include a large enough range of drugs to enable health practitioners to

41-925 - Voluntary deposit of private funds by resident with superintendent

Statutes And Rules

The superintendent is the only employee of the Arizona pioneers' home authorized to accept from residents of the home private funds of such residents for safekeeping, to be held in trust for such residents. Such funds shall be disbursed by the superintendent only upon instruction of the residents or by order of a court of competent jurisdiction.

41-926 - Arizona Pioneers' Home fund; collections; disbursements

Statutes And Rules

A. The Arizona pioneers' home fund is established consisting of monies, grants, gifts and contributions donated to the Arizona pioneers' home and proceeds deposited pursuant to section 41-927. The fund shall be divided into a special donations account and a cemetery proceeds account.

B. The superintendent of the Arizona pioneers' home shall administer the fund. Monies in the cemetery proceeds account are continuously appropriated. The monies in the Arizona pioneers' home fund are exempt from the provisions of section 35-190 relating to lapsing of appropriations.

C. The superintendent or

41-927 - Arizona Pioneers' Home cemetery; management; exemption

Statutes And Rules

A. The superintendent of the home shall manage the state sovereign land described as follows:

Yavapai county parcel number 115-09-98A; section 29, township 14 north, range 2 west of the Gila and Salt River base and meridian, Yavapai county, Arizona.

B. The superintendent of the home:

Shall maintain the Arizona pioneers' home cemetery located on the land described in subsection A of this section. May authorize burials in the Arizona pioneers' home cemetery located on the land described in subsection A of this section.

Shall not sell, exchange or barter the land described in

41-941 - Location; superintendent; claims

Statutes And Rules

A. There shall be a state hospital for disabled miners as a separate facility for the benefit of disabled miners at the Arizona pioneers' home at Prescott which shall be managed by the governor.

B. The superintendent of the Arizona pioneers' home shall serve as superintendent of the miner's hospital and, subject to chapter 4, article 4 of this title, may appoint assistants and employees and prescribe their duties, subject to approval of the governor.

C. Claims for salaries and expenses authorized by this article shall be presented and paid as other state claims.

41-942 - Qualifications for admission to hospital; definitions

Statutes And Rules

A. A person, under the order of the governor, shall be admitted to the hospital for disabled miners who:

1. Has been a resident while in the occupation of mining in this state.

2. Is a citizen or legal resident of the United States.

3. Has reached the age of sixty years or more, and is financially unable to support himself, or has suffered incapacitating injuries arising from and in the course of mining.

B. Based on available space and funding, the governor may approve a person for admission to the hospital for disabled miners who has not yet reached the age of sixty years but

ARS 41-926

Other

Arizona pioneers' home fund; collections; disbursements

A. The Arizona pioneers' home fund is established consisting of monies, grants, gifts and contributions donated to the Arizona pioneers' home and proceeds deposited pursuant to section 41-927. The fund shall be divided into a special donations account and a cemetery proceeds account.

B. The superintendent of the Arizona pioneers' home shall administer the fund. Monies in the cemetery proceeds account are continuously appropriated. The monies in the Arizona pioneers' home fund are exempt from the provisions of section 35-190