Chapter 186 State Emblems; State Boundary

State Emblems

§ 186.010 State flag
§ 186.020 Description of state seal
§ 186.023 Improper use of state seal
§ 186.025 Injunction and civil penalties for improper use of seal
§ 186.030 Record of description
§ 186.040 State motto
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State Boundary Compact

§ 186.510 Oregon-Washington Columbia River Boundary Compact adopted
§ 186.520 Compact provisions

Cross References

Beaver Declared to Be Official Animal, Sjr 1 (1969)

Chinook Salmon Declared to Be Official Fish, Sjr 26 (1961)

Douglas Fir Declared to Be Official Tree, Hcr 5 (1939)

Hazelnut Recognized As Official Nut, Scr 5 (1989)

Metasequoia Declared to Be Official Fossil, Hjr 3 (2005)

Milk Recognized As and Designated to Be Official Beverage, Sjr 8 (1997)

Miss Oregon Designated to Be Official Hostess, Hcr 6 (1969)

Oregon Grape Declared to Be Official Flower, Scr 4 (1899)

Oregon Triton Declared to Be Official Shell, Hcr 9 (1989)

Pacific Golden Chanterelle Recognized As and Designated to Be Official Mushroom, Hjr 68 (1999)

Pear Declared to Be Official Fruit, Hjr 8 (2005)

Portland Trail Blazers of 1990 1991 Declared to Be Official Team, Hcr 10 (1991)

Square Dance Declared to Be Official Dance, Scr 8 (1977)

Sunstone Declared to Be Official Gemstone, Hjr 4 (1987)

Swallowtail Butterfly Declared to Be Official Insect, Scr 6 (1979)

Thunderegg Declared to Be Official Rock, Sjr 18 (1965)

Western Meadowlark Declared to Be Official Bird by Gubernatorial Proclamation (1927)

Source:
Legislative Counsel Committee, CHAPTER 186—State Emblems; State Boundary, https://­www.­oregonlegislature.­gov/­bills_laws/­ors/­186.­html (2007) (last ac­cessed Feb. 12, 2009).