(1) Whenever a prospective donor of any historic artifact identified as historically significant pursuant to ORS 358.645 requires immediate acceptance of the property as a condition of a gift, the State Parks and Recreation Department may accept the gift on behalf of the state or political subdivision and may place the gift in the custody of a state agency or political subdivision under agreement between the department and the agency or political subdivision.
(2) The State Parks and Recreation Department may transfer under agreement between the department and the agency or political subdivision any gift accepted pursuant to this section to the custody of an appropriate state agency or political subdivision.
(3) The State Parks and Recreation Department may, pursuant to procedures adopted by rule, pay finders fees, rewards or otherwise expend funds to acquire historic artifacts previously owned by the state. [1979 c.205 §3; 1983 c.295 §4; 1991 c.240 §4; 1995 c.428 §21; 2003 c.18 §6]Section: Previous 358.622 358.625 358.630 358.635 358.640 358.645 358.647 358.650 358.653 358.655 358.660 358.662 358.664 358.666 358.668 Next
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