Section 1715.25 | Powers of young men's Christian association.
An incorporated young men's Christian association may conduct such work and organize such department as its board of trustees deems necessary to attain the purposes of the association, and may organize through such board under such rules as such board adopts, branches which may become co-ordinate parts of the association.
The association may receive dues, fees, fines, assessments, and contributions from the members and apply them to their designated use, and may accept legacies, devises, bequests, savings, donations, and other grants and administer them.
The association may acquire, hold, convey, lease, encumber by mortgage, improve, and otherwise handle any real or personal property necessary or convenient to carry out its objects, but its property shall not be liable for any obligation contracted without the approval of such board. In all respects it may deal with minors the same as it deals with adults.
Available Versions of this Section
- October 1, 1953 – House Bill 1 - 100th General Assembly [ View October 1, 1953 Version ]