Series 9.9: Box# 116-1035 – OHIO University Libraries

Box 116-1035 – 120th General Assembly House Bills 381-492

  1. HB 381, Modifies Child Restraint Law
  2. Ibid.
  3. HB 382, Requires cost/scientific analysis concerning environmental protection
  4. HB 383, Requires private investigation & security businesses to be licensed
  5. Ibid.
  6. HB 384, Permits joint emergency medical service districts
  7. Ibid.
  8. HB 385, Adds licensing requirements for methadone treatment programs
  9. Ibid.
  10. HB 390, Expands awards from Crime Victims Reparations Fund
  11. Ibid.
  12. HB 391, Relating to control of nitrous oxide
  13. Ibid.
  14. Ibid.
  15. HB 394, Relating to police making domestic violence arrests
  16. HB 396, Categorizes “sexually violent predators” & “sexually violent offenders”
  17. HB 399, Relating to unclaimed funds in another state
  18. Ibid.
  19. HB 400, Relating to campaign finance laws
  20. HB 401, Conveys state land in Stark Co. to Massillon
  21. HB 403, Extends Power Siting Board authority
  22. HB 404, Relating to forfeited real property
  23. Ibid.
  24. HB 405, Authorizes tax incentives for improving abandoned school property
  25. HB 406, Relating to probation fees
  26. Ibid.
  27. HB 407, Requires use of ethanol-blend fuel in state vehicles
  28. HB 408, Requires titles for off-road and all-purpose vehicles
  29. HB 411, Relating to historic preservation
  30. HB 412, Relating to parents of juvenile offenders
  31. HB 414, Relating to coal mining laws
  32. Ibid.
  33. HB 415, Permits modifications to shared parenting plans
  34. Ibid.
  35. HB 417, Makes cancer a disability in Police & Firemen’s Disability & Pension Fund
  36. HB 418, Determines vacation leave for part-time employees
  37. HB 419, Prohibits out-of-state labor from states which prohibit Ohio laborers
  38. HB 420, Conveys state land in Wayne and Darke Counties
  39. Ibid.
  40. HB 421, Dissolves county school districts & creates education service districts
  41. HB 422, Requires township police funds
  42. HB 423, Establishes “guilty but mentally ill”
  43. HB 425, Prohibits specified conduct by mutual insurance companies
  44. HB 426, Creates Joint Select Committee on Health Effects of High-Voltage Power Lines
  45. HB 427, Changes determination of utility operating costs
  46. HB 429, Imposes limitations on political contributions
  47. HB 430, Relating to estate tax liabilities
  48. HB 431, Increases required school days
  49. HB 432, Restores tax exemptions on warranties & service contracts
  50. HB 433, Relating to dental insurance plans
  51. Ibid.
  52. HB 434, Appropriations to Workers Comp. & Industrial Commission
  53. HB 435, Relating to residential services contractors
  54. Ibid.
  55. HB 437, One year limitation for Ohio Postconviction Relief petitions
  56. HB 438, Excludes college dormitories from Landlord-Tenant Law
  57. Ibid.
  58. HB 439, Increases subsidy to educate incarcerated children
  59. HB 440, Requires cross-view mirrors on school buses
  60. HB 442, Prohibits same sex insurance at colleges
  61. HB 443, Requires revoking liquor licenses for third offense
  62. HB 445, Designates “Children’s Day”
  63. HB 446, Relating to restrictive covenants on land
  64. HB 447, Provides for licensing & regulation of lead abatement work
  65. HB 448, Revises funding of county veterans service commissions
  66. Ibid.
  67. HB 449, Corrects cross-references in two Revised Code sections
  68. HB 450, Changes Conservancy District Law
  69. Ibid.
  70. HB 451, Establishes licensure for recreational therapists
  71. HB 453, Includes nitrous oxide as a “harmful intoxicant”
  72. HB 454, Prohibits sexual conduct between school employees and students
  73. Ibid.
  74. HB 455, Permits inheritance of vehicles without probate process
  75. HB 456, Requires vehicle hazard lights if slow moving
  76. HB 457, Relating to small estates
  77. Ibid.
  78. HB 458, Permits joint ownership with survivorship of vehicles and watercraft
  79. Ibid.
  80. HB 459, Prohibits sexual contact between school/college employees & students
  81. HB 460, Requires fire prevention training for hospital surgery rooms
  82. HB 461, Prohibits school employee/student sexual contact
  83. HB 462, Changes title of “treasurer” of a school district
  84. Cumulative Index-Preliminary Summaries, Legislative Service Commission, 120th General Assembly, January 1993 – June 1994
  85. HB 463, Provides for licensing of marital and family therapists
  86. HB 465, Allows initiative and referendum by township voters
  87. HB 467, Prohibits political subdivisions from employing lobbyists
  88. HB 468, Establishes Ohio Family Employment Program
  89. HB 469, Controls HMO provider panels and drugs
  90. HB 470, Increases damages against railroads for broken fences
  91. HB 471, Prohibits hiring permanent employees during a lockout
  92. HB 472, Requires a contract before a nonprofit can receive money from county
  93. HB 473, Creates felony offense of environmental damaging
  94. Ibid.
  95. HB 474, Relating to doing state business in Northern Ireland
  96. HB 475, Relating to debtor’s judgements in residential property
  97. HB 477, Prohibits officials form receiving fees or expenses for personal appearances
  98. HB 478, Relating to PERS and military service
  99. HB 479, Permits students to carry certain prescription drugs
  100. HB 481, Enacts a universal succession law for decedent’s property
  101. HB 482, Creates offense of intimidating a child
  102. HB 484, Relating to drivers license reexamination by Registrar of Motor Vehicles
  103. HB 485, Requires bed & breakfasts to be licensed as food operators
  104. HB 486, Requires city council president to be acting mayor during vacancy
  105. HB 487, Transfers adoption proceedings to juvenile court
  106. Ibid.
  107. HB 488, Redefines dealers and brokers with Securities and Exchange Commission
  108. Ibid.
  109. HB 489, Prohibits officials accepting honorariums for personal appearances
  110. HB 490, Exempts from sales & use taxes certain vehicles
  111. HB 491, Prohibits certain frauds against political subdivisions
  112. HB 492, Prohibits officials receiving honorariums
  113. HB 495, Relating to sale of certain products at flea markets