CHAPTER 1-6

STATE EMBLEMS

1-6-1    State seal adopted--Requirements for reproductions--Violations.

1-6-2    Design of seal and coat of arms.

1-6-2.1    Use of seal by state agency.

1-6-3    Preservation of original seal.

1-6-3.1    Use of state seal--Authorization--Violation as misdemeanor.

1-6-3.2    Sale of replica or facsimile--Authorization--Violation as misdemeanor.

1-6-3.3    Use of state seal--Royalty--Exceptions.

1-6-3.4    1-6-3.4. Repealed by SL 2011, ch 3, § 4.

1-6-4    State flag--Description.

1-6-4.1    Official pledge to state flag--Not recited before pledge to United States flag.

1-6-5    Existing flags remain official.

1-6-6    Sale and loan of state flags--Revolving account.

1-6-6.1    Omitted.

1-6-7    State song.

1-6-8    State animal.

1-6-9    State bird.

1-6-10    State floral emblem.

1-6-11    State tree.

1-6-12    State mineral stone and gemstone.

1-6-13    State grass.

1-6-14    State insect.

1-6-15    State fish.

1-6-15.1    State Fishing Museum.

1-6-16    State drink.

1-6-16.1    State fossil.

1-6-16.2    State jewelry.

1-6-16.3    State musical instrument.

1-6-16.4    State soil.

1-6-16.5    State nickname.

1-6-16.6    State Hall of Fame.

1-6-16.7    State dessert.

1-6-16.8    State sport.

1-6-16.9    State bread.

1-6-16.10    State nosh.

1-6-17    Minting and promotion of commemorative medallions, bullion pieces and jewelry--Metals produced out-of-state--Commemorative medallion jewelry.

1-6-18    Use of seal, commemorative medallion design or bullion piece design--Fee.

1-6-19    Distribution, marketing and sales of bullion pieces, commemorative medallions and commemorative medallion jewelry--Manufacture of jewelry for gifts.

1-6-20    Composition of medallions, bullion, and commemorative medallion jewelry.

1-6-21    Production of medallions, bullion, or commemorative medallion jewelry by contracting mints--Violation as misdemeanor.

1-6-22    Annual contests or other arrangements for design of medallions or bullion pieces--Prize--Copyright--Eligibility.

1-6-23    1-6-23. Repealed by SL 2014, ch 5, § 1.

1-6-23.1    1-6-23.1. Repealed by SL 2006, ch 2, § 3.

1-6-24    1-6-24 to 1-6-28. Repealed by SL 2011, ch 2, §§ 1 to 5.

1-6-29    State mining museum.

1-6-30    State Civilian Conservation Corps Museum.