Idaho Statutes

22-207.  Disposition of moneys remaining after fair conducted or awards paid. (1) Any moneys remaining on hand after a county fair has been conducted within the county pursuant to the provisions of this act shall not be paid into the current expense fund of such county, but shall be retained in the custody of the treasurer of the county fair board, and may be used in the conduct of a county fair in the succeeding year or years; provided, however, that such moneys shall be paid into the current expense fund of the county upon order of the board of county commissioners in case the board of county commissioners shall at any time discontinue the holding of annual county fairs.
(2)  In any case in which a county fair board, or any person, association or corporation with which the fair board has contracted to conduct activities permitted by law, has paid out moneys by check or warrant in the form of premiums, awards, winnings, prizes, or return of entry fees, and such check or warrant remains uncashed or unclaimed after one (1) year from date of issue, such check or warrant shall be presumed abandoned, and legal title shall revert to the issuer, and such check or warrant may be voided or canceled. The proceeds of such abandoned check or warrant shall not be subject to the provisions of chapter 5, title 14, Idaho Code.

[(22-207) 1929, ch. 208, sec. 7, p. 411; I.C.A., sec. 22-207; am. 1985, ch. 7, sec. 1, p. 11.]

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