Idaho Statutes
pecnv.out

TITLE 46
MILITIA AND MILITARY AFFAIRS
CHAPTER 7
ARMORIES AND MILITARY PROPERTY
46-724.  Armories constructed with use of federal funds regulated by adjutant general — Armory advisory committee. All armories constructed with the use of federal funds under the provisions of this act shall be under the control of the adjutant general who shall by regulation prescribe minimum standards for their maintenance, operation and use. The adjutant general is authorized to permit the use of such armories by public and private persons and organizations under such leases or other agreements as he shall deem appropriate, provided such use does not interfere with their use for the administration and training of the Idaho National Guard, or conflict with the provisions of the National Defense Facilities Act of 1950 and the regulations thereunder. To assist the adjutant general to accomplish these purposes, the adjutant general may appoint an Armory Advisory Committee, consisting of one (1) representative each from the participating city or village, or city or village and county, and county, one (1) representative from the office of the adjutant general, and one (1) representative from the national guard unit, or units, occupying the armory. The Armory Advisory Committee shall advise and consult with the adjutant general in the use of said armory and shall assist him in the promulgation and adoption of rules and regulations governing the use of said armory by public and private persons and organizations.

History:
[46-724, added 1953, ch. 147, sec. 21, as added by 1955, ch. 52, sec. 1, p. 73.]


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