Section 1711.04 | Premiums.
Every society formed under sections 1711.01 and 1711.02 of the Revised Code shall annually offer and award premiums for the improvement of grains, fruits, vegetables, livestock, articles of domestic industry, public school displays, and such other articles, productions, and improvements as it deems proper, and may perform any acts best calculated to promote the agricultural interests and household manufacturing interests of the counties concerned and of the state. It shall regulate the amount of premiums, and their different grades, so that all may have an opportunity to compete for them.
Persons offering to compete for premiums on improved methods of production of crops or other articles shall, before such a premium is adjudged, deliver to the awarding committee, if required to do so by such committee, a full and correct statement of the process, expense, and value of the method of production, with a view to showing accurately the profits derived or expected to be derived therefrom.
Available Versions of this Section
- October 1, 1953 – House Bill 1, 100th General Assembly [ View October 1, 1953 Version ]