Series 9.9: Box# 116-0067 – OHIO University Libraries

Box 116-0067 – 119th General Assembly House Bills 593-797

  1. HB 593, Revises consent & service requirements of Mechanic’s Lien Law
  2. HB 594, Prohibits minor from using near-beer
  3. HB 595, Authorizes school boards to transport adult students
  4. HB 596, Requires average daily membership in schools to include home schooling
  5. HB 597, Exempts classified police running for sheriff from elective office prohibition
  6. HB 598, Requires radar calibration if requested by violator
  7. HB 599, Exempts sales tax on purchases by volunteer & private fire companies
  8. HB 600, Creates Worker Cooperative Law
  9. HB 601, Establishes priorities for payments from Law Enforcement Assistance Fund
  10. HB 602, Requires reporting of cessation of hazardous substances facilities
  11. HB 603, Creates Division of Home Improvement Contractor Registration
  12. HB 604, Precludes new or expanded hazardous waste facilities
  13. HB 605, Relating to discovery actions
  14. HB 606, Allows former spouse adoption
  15. HB 607, Grants state employees ten hours of school visitation per year
  16. HB 608, Computerization of income & eligibility for Gen. Asst. & Disability Asst.
  17. HB 609, Requires 30 year use affidavit under Air or Water Pollution Control Laws
  18. HB 610, Authorizes additional penalties for OMVI conviction w/ juvenile in vehicle
  19. HB 611, Designates Ohio Braille Literacy Week
  20. HB 612, Established permanent subsidy for low wealth school districts
  21. HB 612, Ibid.
  22. HB 613, Permits state employees to be on boards of technical college districts
  23. HB 614, Authorizes civil action for living expenses due to environmental evaluations
  24. HB 615, Increases compensation for members of general health district boards
  25. HB 616, Authorizes minimum milk prices paid by dealers
  26. HB 617, requires multiracial category for student race data
  27. HB 618, Creates Physical Therapy Board
  28. HB 619, [Empty]
  29. HB 620, Provides compensation for clerk of courts in Columbiana County
  30. HB 621, Adds general division judge & domestic relations judge to Stark County
  31. HB 622, Requires suspension of license for refusal of breath test
  32. HB 623, Provides marital & family licensing by Counselor & Social Worker Board
  33. HB 624, Establishes $300 sales tax credit on motor vehicles
  34. HB 625, Relating to telephone service areas
  35. HB 626, Prohibits vehicle insurers from designating window glass vendors
  36. HB 627, Requires Sec. Of State to appoint alternates to boards of elections
  37. HB 628, Permits adopted 18 year olds to get original birth record
  38. HB 629, Requires reduced premiums for 60 or over insureds
  39. HB 630, Modifies jurisdiction of environmental division of municipal courts
  40. HB 631, Imposes added $1.50 to court costs for computerization
  41. HB 632, Increases penalty for cockfighting
  42. HB 633, Requires executive branch to implement “total quality management”
  43. HB 634, Requires acceptance of Medicare signs in physicians’ offices
  44. HB 635, Creates a five-year pilot voucher program for at-risk students
  45. HB 636, Confers immunity on former employees who disclose info. to prospective employers
  46. HB 637, Prohibits dropouts under 22 from Disability or Gen. Assistance
  47. HB 638, Allows WWII merchant marines to get military credit in PERS
  48. HB 639, Authorizes Super. Of Public Instruction to approve innovative pilot programs
  49. HB 640, Relating to agents of corporations
  50. HB 641, Permits homestead exemption even if title held by trust
  51. HB 642, Removes requirement of original container for controlled substances
  52. HB 643, Relating to building improvement valuations
  53. HB 644, Requires lighted crossing gates at railroad crossings
  54. HB 645, Permits additional subsidy for county MR/DD boards
  55. HB 646, Requires boards of health to hold hearings on service fee increases
  56. HB 647, Statutarily defines “sexual harassment”
  57. HB 648,Requires three-paneled reflectorized sign at railroad crossings
  58. HB 649, Changes Congressional district boundaries
  59. HB 650, Reduces sales tax on non-commercial passenger autos
  60. HB 651, Alters annexation proposals by landowners
  61. HB 652, Authorizes US judges to solemnize marriages
  62. HB 653, Requires school bus drivers to report sexual advances
  63. HB 654, Prohibits release of student directory info without permission
  64. HB 655, Prohibits selling children
  65. HB 656, Requires Public Health Council to have a registered sanitarian
  66. HB 657, Requires methods for drug analysis of persons
  67. HB 658, Includes bailiffs in PERS
  68. HB 659, Provides Ohio Health Insurance Access Program
  69. HB 660, Revises Private Investigator & Security Services Law
  70. HB 661, Relating to under funded mandates
  71. HB 662, Requires notification of investigations of child abuse
  72. HB 663, Requires death notice to public child placing agencies
  73. HB 664, Relating to retirement incentive plans & STRS
  74. HB 665, Requires schools to provide drivers education
  75. HB 666, Creates immunity to people disciplining attorneys
  76. HB 667, Modifies procedures for closing railroad crossings
  77. HB 668, Permits ninth-grade proficiency tests after school hours
  78. HB 669, Authorizes restitution of all victim medical or other expenses
  79. HB 670, Requires child endangeror to register with Dept. of Human Services
  80. HB 671, Establishes permanent subsidy for low-wealth school districts
  81. HB 672, Prohibits benefiting from another’s death
  82. HB 673, Creates a lien for aircraft labor and materials
  83. HB 674, Relating to library financing of property
  84. HB 675, Adds penalties for arson if emergency personnel harmed
  85. HB 676, Establishes State Employee Health Care Insurance Plan
  86. HB 677, Relating to prosecution of juveniles
  87. HB 678, Requires aircraft use tax refund
  88. HB 679, Relating to construction and demolition licenses
  89. HB 680, Permits school boards one ballot issue on income & property taxes
  90. HB 681, Sales of investigation & security services occur at vendor’s site
  91. HB 682, Permits colleges to buy energy conservation on installments
  92. HB 683, Permits state agencies to buy energy conservation on installments
  93. HB 684, States pay to coroners not in private practice
  94. HB 685, Increases penalty for violations of Solid and Hazardous Wastes Law
  95. HB 686, Allows “citizen’s suit” to require compliance to Pollution, Emergency, or Waste Law
  96. HB 687, Requires history of compliance before licensing for water pollution control
  97. HB 688, Prohibits inherently dangerous animals without a permit
  98. HB 689, Provides regulation of multiple employer welfare arrangements
  99. HB 690, Requires notification of tax exempt property
  100. HB 691, Relating to Classroom Facilities Assistance Program
  101. HB 692, Requires property disclosure forms on property transfers
  102. HB 693, Relating to Liquor Laws
  103. HB 694, Grants same sick leave to tech. Colleges as other state colleges
  104. HB 695, Specifies adequate sheriff coverage to townships
  105. HB 696, Requires financial disclosure for school board members
  106. HB 697, Relating to General Assistance eligibility
  107. HB 698, Establishes House Select Committee to Study Prescription Drug Price Increases
  108. HB 699, Relating to elective officials and PERS
  109. HB 700, Changes 1992 primary election date
  110. HB 701, Establishes licensing requirements for ocularists
  111. HB 702, Exempts 100% disabled vets from drivers or motorcycle license fees
  112. HB 703, Exceptions for commercial license of township trustees
  113. HB 704, Simple majority on taxes for county independent agricultural societies
  114. HB 705, Creates probable cause procedure for failure to stop at railroad crossings
  115. HB 706, Prohibits cross-county water supplies for municipalities without permission
  116. HB 707, Authorizes easement for Akron Fraternal Home Holding Company
  117. HB 708, Changes Credit Union Law
  118. HB 709, Establishes offense for “negligent storage of a loaded firearm”
  119. HB 710, Relating to PUCO rates charged to utilities
  120. HB 711, Relating to partition fences as state land
  121. HB 712, Relating to ODNR/ private land activities
  122. HB 713, Creates felony for criminal transmission of HIV
  123. HB 714, Allows cooperative action by hospitals relating to services & care
  124. HB 715, Relating to public contracts and township trustees
  125. HB 716, Relating to community reinvestment by banks
  126. HB 717, Ends moratorium of applications for Optional State Supplement Program
  127. HB 718,Authorizes county commissioners to run non-emergency patient transport
  128. HB 719, Permits vending machines at roadside rests
  129. HB 720, Authorizes contracts to correct health risks at oil & gas wells
  130. HB 721, Relating to survivor benefits with STRS
  131. HB 722, Establishing Congressional electoral districts
  132. HB 723, Revises composition of solid waste management districts
  133. HB 724, Extends to subcontractors liability for underground utilities
  134. HB 726, Relates to compensatory damages in wrongful death
  135. HB 727, Establishes Congressional election districts
  136. HB 728, Requires optional recovery methods in jewelry losses
  137. HB 729, Exempts disabled caretakers from Gen. Asst. six month eligibility limit
  138. HB 730, Prohibits race or gender discrimination selecting physicians in policies
  139. HB 731, Establishes maximum charge for medical records
  140. HB 733, Relating to cemetery operations
  141. HB 732, Postpones equity fund distribution deadline
  142. HB 734, Removes unemployment disqualification for educational institutions
  143. HB 735, Authorizes state-owned land in Lorain Co. conveyed to Ohio Edison
  144. HB 736, Renames Division of Litter Prevention and Recycling
  145. HB 737, Prohibits C & D liquor permits at exhibitions
  146. HB 738, Relating to assessments between hospitals & Dept. of Human Services
  147. HB 739, Authorizes 65 MPH speed limit
  148. HB 740, Requires electronic remition of taxes
  149. HB 741, Relating to D liquor permits at exhibitions
  150. HB 742, Prohibits loan brokers from accessing advance fees
  151. HB 743, Exempts 100% disabled vets from homestead property taxes
  152. HB 744, Relating to election of judges in Jefferson County Court
  153. HB 745, Specifies gradually increasing lottery profits to schools
  154. HB 746, Relating to small employer health benefit plans
  155. HB 747, Imposes a sales tax for primary and secondary education
  156. HB 748, Changes name of GED
  157. HB 749, Requires state cover costs of second primary election in 1992
  158. HB 750, Relating to criminal records of sheriff candidates
  159. HB 751, Relating to second primary election in 1992
  160. HB 752, Relating to personal & corporate taxes and education
  161. HB 753, Provides tax credits for donating to schools and colleges
  162. HB 756, Requires licensing of mammography facilities
  163. HB 758, Authorizes private college campus police departments
  164. HB 760, Establishes Extended Employment Program
  165. HB 765, Relating to unclaimed lottery prize funds
  166. HB 766, Authorizes tax exemption for organizations supporting curricular & extra activities
  167. HB 770, Requires 1 year drivers license suspension for under 18s with 6 or more points
  168. HB 771, Requires $1 surcharge on $1 or more lottery wagers
  169. HB 772, Abolishes Unclaimed Lottery Prizes Fund
  170. HB 773, Relating to leave benefits and tort action
  171. HB 778, Relating to dental & vision coverage for retired teachers
  172. HB 780, Updates controlled substances schedules
  173. HB 782, Authorizes county treasurers to refund property tax overpayments
  174. HB 783, Authorizes renewal of expiring property tax levies
  175. HB 784, Requires reduction in state agency forms
  176. HB 785, Authorizes tax exemption for organizations supporting curricular & extra-activities
  177. HB 786, Requires background reports on insurance agents and others
  178. HB 787, Relating to state employees
  179. HB 788, Creates new disability allowances for PERS, SERS, & STRS
  180. HB 790, Relating to foreclosed property
  181. HB 791, Creates a new vendor license classification
  182. HB 792, Prohibits parents from failing to control children
  183. HB 793, Establishes territory of State Board of Education districts
  184. HB 797, Establishes minimum appropriation for Medicaid elderly care
  185. HB 799, Excludes school vans from definition as school bus
  186. HB 808, Modifies Aid to Local Government Improvement Program
  187. HB 809, Prohibits pressuring deputy registrars to make loans
  188. HB 870, Revises Hospital Care Assurance Program