No association whose object embraces the care of dependent, neglected, abused, or delinquent children, or the placing of such children in private homes, shall be incorporated unless the proposed articles of incorporation have been submitted first to the department of job and family services. The secretary of state shall not issue a certificate of incorporation to such association until there is filed in the secretary of state's office the certificate of the department that it has examined the articles of incorporation, that in its judgment the incorporators are reputable and respectable persons, the proposed work is needed, and the incorporation of such association is desirable and for the public good.
Amendments proposed to the articles of incorporation of any such association shall be submitted in like manner to the department, and the secretary of state shall not record such amendment or issue a certificate therefor until there is filed in the secretary of state's office the certificate of the department that it has examined such amendment, that the association in question is performing in good faith the work undertaken by it, and that such amendment is a proper one, and for the public good.
Cite as R.C. § 5103.04
History. Effective Date: 07-01-2000