1 It is the responsibility of the Chief Steward to obtain a suitable Judge for their Section.
2 Stewards must be in attendance at the Showground at the hour appointed to receive Exhibits.
3 They are responsible for the proper classification of Exhibits, and all Exhibits must be placed together ready for judging.
4 They will obtain the award books from the Secretary and deliver them to the Judges, and direct them to the Exhibits they are appointed to judge.
5 As the Exhibits are removed by the Exhibitors at the close of the Show, the Stewards will check them off in their books.
6 They shall remove all Exhibitors and other persons from the vicinity of the Judges while they are judging.
7 It is suggested that after the Exhibits have been judged, the Stewards should go through their Exhibits and re-arrange them, keeping Exhibits in each class together as far as possible, but seeing that the vacant places in the stalls are filled up with the Exhibits, and that prize-taking Exhibits be brought to the front so that visitors may easily read the awards on the cards.
8 It is the duty of the Chief Steward in each section to decide on all protests.
9 The Protest Committee will adjudicate on any disputes referred by the Chief Steward of any Section, after the protest has been lodged and the rules governing protests.