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Laws: Adjutant General

The adjutant general shall establish and operate the North Dakota veterans' cemetery, which the adjutant general shall locate within or adjacent to Fort Abraham Lincoln state park. The adjutant general may accept and expend private and federal funds to establish and operate the veterans' cemetery. All moneys received from private or federal sources must be paid to the state treasurer for deposit into the veterans' cemetery maintenance fund. The adjutant general, with the approval of the governor, may enter into an agreement with the director of the parks and recreation department for the maintenance of the cemetery. The adjutant general shall provide lots in the state veterans' cemetery for the interment of deceased members of the national guard, other reserve components, and veterans, and their spouses, minor children, and unmarried adult children who were physically or mentally disabled and incapable of self-support. The adjutant general may adopt, amend, or rescind any rules under chapter 28-32 as deemed necessary to implement and administer this section.

ND Century Code 37-07.3-03. Trust fund use.

The principal, interest, and income from the national guard training area and facility development trust fund must be used by the adjutant general solely for training area acquisition and facility development; provided, that the principal, and any interest and income which the fund accrues from July 1, 1985, through June 30, 1989, must be used solely for the acquisition of land for national guard training purposes and the expenditure, in conjunction with federal matching funds, for the construction of a new national guard armory on or adjacent to the military reservation known as Fraine Barracks.

ND Century Code 37-10-04. Use of armories by other organizations - Regulations governing.

The use of armories for the regular meetings or functions of patriotic societies or recognized military service organizations holding charters from Congress or incorporated in this state must be granted by the adjutant general or by the officer in charge of any armory at such times and under such circumstances as not to interfere with the use of the armory for military purposes by the company or companies quartered therein. The use of an armory by a society or organization is subject to the rules and regulations in force governing the use of armories.