language to be deleted (2) new language
Laws of Minnesota 1986 CHAPTER 390-H.F.No. 2100 An act relating to agriculture; state agricultural society; removing the time and geographical restrictions on the society's ability to impose certain restrictions on performers at the state fairgrounds; amending Minnesota Statutes 1985 Supplement, sections 37.17, subdivision 1; and 177.23, subdivision 7. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA: Section 1. Minnesota Statutes 1985 Supplement, section 37.17, subdivision 1, is amended to read: Subdivision 1. [LICENSE, REGULATION.] The society may license and regulate shows, exhibitions, performances, and privileges on the fairgrounds, revoke licenses, and prohibit, remove, and summarily stop exhibitions, performances, or privileges which violate society rules or other law.
If the society includes in a contract governing a show or performance on the fairgrounds a condition prohibiting the performer from performing elsewhere in the state, the prohibition may apply only to performances occurring within 100 miles of the fairgrounds and within 30 days of the date of the performance at the fairgrounds.Sec. 2. Minnesota Statutes 1985 Supplement, section 177.23, subdivision 7, is amended to read: Subd. 7. "Employee" means any individual employed by an employer but does not include: (1) two or fewer specified individuals employed at any given time in agriculture on a farming unit or operation who are paid a salary; (2) any individual employed in agriculture on a farming unit or operation who is paid a salary greater than the individual would be paid if the individual worked 48 hours at the state minimum wage plus 17 hours at 1-1/2 times the state minimum wage per week; (3) an individual under 18 who is employed in agriculture on a farm to perform services other than corn detasseling or hand field work when one or both of that minor hand field worker's parents or physical custodians are also hand field workers; (4) for purposes of section 177.24, an individual under 18 who is employed as a corn detasseler; (5) any staff member employed on a seasonal basis by a nonprofit organization for work in an organized children's resident or day camp operating under a permit issued under section 144.72; (6) any individual employed in a bona fide executive, administrative, or professional capacity, or a salesman who conducts no more than 20 percent of his sales on the premises of the employer; (7) any individual who renders service gratuitously for a nonprofit organization; (8) any individual who serves as an elected official for a political subdivision or who serves on any governmental board, commission, committee or other similar body, or who renders service gratuitously for a political subdivision; (9) any individual employed by a political subdivision to provide police or fire protection services or employed by an entity whose principal purpose is to provide police or fire protection services to a political subdivision; (10) any individual employed by a political subdivision who is ineligible for membership in the public employees retirement association under section 353.01, subdivision 2b, clause (a), (b), (d), or (i); (11) any driver employed by an employer engaged in the business of operating taxicabs; (12) any individual engaged in babysitting as a sole practitioner; (13) for the purpose of section 177.25, any individual employed on a seasonal basis in a carnival, circus, orfair, or ski facility; (14) any individual under 18 working less than 20 hours per workweek for a municipality as part of a recreational program; (15) any individual employed by the state as a natural resource manager 1, 2, or 3 (conservation officer); (16) any individual in a position for which the United States Department of Transportation has power to establish qualifications and maximum hours of service under United States Code, title 49, section 304; (17) any individual employed as a seafarer. The term "seafarer" means a master of a vessel or any person subject to the authority, direction, and control of the master who is exempt from federal overtime standards under United States Code, title 29, section 213(b)(6), including but not limited to pilots, sailors, engineers, radio operators, firefighters, watchmen, pursers, surgeons, cooks, and stewards; (18) any individual employed by a county in a single family residence owned by a county home school as authorized under section 260.094 if the residence is an extension facility of that county home school, and if the individual as part of his employment duties resides at the residence for the purpose of supervising children as defined by section 260.015, subdivision 2; or (19) nuns, monks, priests, lay brothers, lay sisters, ministers, deacons, and other members of religious orders who serve pursuant to their religious obligations in schools, hospitals, and other nonprofit institutions operated by the church or religious order. Sec. 3. [EFFECTIVE DATE.] Section 1 is effective the day following final enactment. Approved March 21, 1986