Idaho Statutes

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25-2504.  Powers and duties. The board shall have the following powers and duties:
(1)  To conduct scientific research for the benefit of the health of the horse;
(2)  To enter into contracts which it deems appropriate in carrying out the promotion of the horse industry of this state;
(3)  To sue and be sued as a board, without individual liability of the board members, when the board is acting within the scope of the powers of the board;
(4)  To make grants, donations, or contributions to any agency which will promote the horse industry of this state on a national, state or local level;
(5)  To employ subordinate officers and employees of the board, prescribe their duties and fix their compensation;
(6)  To accept grants, donations, contributions or gifts, from any source for expenditures for any purpose consistent with the provisions of this chapter;
(7)  To prepare each year a proposed budget of the board for the next succeeding fiscal year, and to provide upon request a copy of the proposed budget to any person who pays an assessment under this chapter;
(8)  To adopt, rescind, modify or amend all proper functional regulations, orders, and resolutions for the exercise of its powers and duties, which shall be provided to anyone upon request; and
(9)  To conduct public relations programs for the horse industry.

[25-2504, added 1987, ch. 214, sec. 1, p. 458.]

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