§ 44-133. Use of armories for meetings of veterans' associations and other organizations
Whenever in the opinion of the Adjutant General it is practicable to do so, each armory of the National Guard shall contain a room suitable for meetings of the associations composed of veterans of the War between the States, the Spanish-American War, and the World Wars, and shall be available for such meetings under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the commanding officer of the National Guard unit or units using such armory. The Adjutant General may permit the use of any armory for assembly and other purposes of various patriotic and civic organizations such as Confederate Veterans, Sons of Confederate and Federal Veterans, American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Daughters of the Confederacy, Chamber of Commerce, etc., as may be deemed advisable, where the use does not interfere with the use of the armory by the National Guard unit or units occupying same.
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