2009 Rhode Island Code
Title 30 - Military Affairs and Defense
CHAPTER 30-10 - Armories and Campgrounds
§ 30-10-8 - Use of armories for armistice day celebrations.

SECTION 30-10-8

   § 30-10-8  Use of armories for armistice day celebrations. – The adjutant general may authorize the use of any armory under his or her control, subject to such rules and conditions as he or she may prescribe, by the veterans' councils of the various cities and towns, including any district or department groups, organized within the state as a world war veterans' organization holding a charter issued by a national organization of the same name, for the annual holding of meetings, exercises, events, or balls in connection with the celebration of armistice day, November 11, whether or not admission is charged, without any charge therefor other than the necessary fees for janitor service, heat, and light, provided that the meetings, exercises, events, or balls are held under the direction of the veterans' councils, or district or department group, duly authorized, as above.

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