Constitution of Oregon
Section 23. Certain local and special laws prohibited.

The Legislative Assembly,
shall not pass
special or local laws,
in any of the following enumerated cases,
that is to say:BR>that is to say:

            Regulating the jurisdiction, and duties of justices of the peace, and of constables;

            For the punishment of Crimes, and Misdemeanors;

             Regulating the practice in Courts of Justice;

            Providing for changing the venue in civil, and Criminal cases;


            Granting divorces;
         &;      Changing the names of persons;
            For laying, opening, and working on highways,
                        and for the election, or appointment of supervisors;
            Vacating roads, Town plats, Streets, Alleys, and Public squares;

           Summoning and empanneling (sic) grand, and petit jurors;

            For the assessment and collection of Taxes,
                        for State, County, Townshipor State, County, Township, or road purposes;
            Providing for supporting Common schools,
                        and for the preservation of school funds;
            In relation to interest on money;
       &nbsbsp;      Providing for opening, and conducting the elections of State,
                        County, and Township officers, and designating the places of voting;
            Providing for the sale of real estate, belonging to minors, or other
                          persons laboring under legal disabilities, by executors, administrators,
                        guardians, or trustees.

(underlining, bolding, & formatting added by cbs for clair for clairity only.)
(text has remained unchanged between original & modern Orgon Constituitons of 1857, & 1999)