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     1-21-10.   Promulgation of rules. The Department of Agriculture may hold a state fair and other activities in the city of Huron at such times as it may determine. The secretary of agriculture may promulgate rules pursuant to chapter 1-26 concerning:
             (1)      Traffic and camping regulation;
             (2)      Advertising on the fairgrounds;
             (3)      Admission policies;
             (4)      Employee policies;
             (5)      Exhibitor policies;
             (6)      Maintenance responsibilities;
             (7)      Entry requirements;
             (8)      Department superintendent duties;
             (9)      Health and heredity requirements for animals;
             (10)      The provision of feed and forage;
             (11)      Administration of stalls;
             (12)      Judges and judging;
             (13)      Protests and appeals;
             (14)      Premiums and awards;
             (15)      Space rental provisions and requirements;
             (16)      The establishment of opening and closing dates;
             (17)      The establishment and collection of fees for admission, parking, camping, entry, and exhibits, solicitation booths, and commercial exhibits; and
             (18)      Terms, conditions, and fees for the use of the fairgrounds and fairgrounds facilities when the state fair is not in progress.

Source: SDC 1939, § 55.4603; SL 1949, ch 226, § 1; SL 1964, ch 165; SL 1986, ch 326, § 1; SL 1987, ch 21; SL 1992, ch 8, § 2; SL 2003, ch 16, § 6; SL 2018, ch 13, § 3.


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