Control of armories and camps
- • care of property
(1) The military department shall have control of armories and shall prescribe the regulations governing the same. All state and United States property must, as far as possible, be kept in them, and the commanders of troops using the armories will be held responsible for the safekeeping and proper care of such property and its protection against damage, misappropriation or loss. Armories, while occupied by troops, shall be considered military posts under the exclusive jurisdiction of the officer commanding the post.
(2) The military reservations known as Camp Rilea, purchased for the State of Oregon; Camp Withycombe, transferred to the state by the federal government; and any military reservations acquired in the future; and any property licensed or leased to the state by the federal government for military use, shall be under the control of the military department. [1961 c.454 §31]
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