"Works of art" in all spaces of the Capitol, means paintings, portraits, mural decorations, stained glass, statues and busts, bas-relief, ornaments, furniture, plaques, and any other article or structure of a permanent character intended for decoration or commemoration placed in the capitol in 1905 or placed subsequently for historic purposes or decoration.
"Public areas of the State Capitol" includes the rotunda, the governor's reception room and offices, the senate chamber, the house chamber, the Supreme Court chamber, public hallways and corridors, and all other areas of the State Capitol designed for public ceremonies.
"State Capitol archives" includes the original Capitol architectural plans, samples of capitol furnishings, and Cass Gilbert papers, all of which are managed and administered by the Minnesota State Historical Society.
"Public gallery and orientation area" means the rotunda and first floor corridors and a room as designated by the joint rules of the house of representatives and the senate.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes