The Vermont Statutes Online
§ 821. Bond of officers responsible for property or funds
Before assuming such responsibility, all officers who are responsible for public military property or funds shall give a bond to the state treasurer, with sufficient surety or sureties, in such sum as the commander in chief requires, conditioned for the faithful performance of their duties.
§ 822. Damaged or destroyed property
When military arms, stores, uniforms, equipment or property of any kind belonging to the state become damaged, partially or wholly unfit for use, or partially or wholly destroyed, the officer having such property in charge may request the commander in chief to appoint a board of inspection to examine and report as to its condition.
§ 823. Storage of property
Military stores belonging to the state not issued to the national guard, and military property belonging to the United States in possession of the state and not issued to the national guard, shall be stored in the state, and the commander in chief shall prescribe the necessary regulations to secure the safekeeping of military property issued to the national guard.
§ 824. Uniforms and equipment
The uniforms and equipment of organizations and members of the national guard shall be as prescribed and furnished by the federal government but the commander in chief may permit such modification or addition thereto as he or she deems for the best interests of the state, consistent with law and federal regulations for the government of the national guard.
§ 825. Repealed. 1973, No. 223 (Adj. Sess.), § 17, eff. April 4, 1974.