General Assembly: 79 (2001 Regular GA) - Chapter 91 - Purple loosestrife — ban on import, sale, or distribution

Published: 2001-04-26

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questor, except as provided in Pub. L. No. 10669, § 350(b) or 18 U.S.e. § 2721, unless the person whose personal information is requested has provided express written consent al- lowing disclosure of the person's personal information. As used in this section, "personal information" means information that identifies a person, including a person's photograph, social security number, driver's license number, name, address, telephone number, and medical or disability information, but does not include information on vehicular accidents, driving violations, and driver's status or a person's zip code.

4. The department shall not sell release personal information wffi€h that is in the form of a person's photograph or digital image or a digital reproduction of a person's photograph, to a person other than an officer or employee of a law enforcement agency, an employee of a federal or state agency or political subdivision in the performance of the employee's official duties, a contract employee of the department of inspections and appeals in the conduct of an investigation, or a licensed private investigation agency or a licensed security service or a licensed employee of either, regardless of whether a person has provided express written consent to disclosure of the information. This subseetion soes not prohibit the The depart- ment ITom eolleeting may collect reasonable fees for copies of records or other services provided pursuant to this section or section 22.3,321.10, or 622.46.

Sec, 2. Section 321.189, subsection 2, paragraph c, Code 2001, is amended to read as follows:

c. The department shall as't'ise an applieant that the assign an applicant for a driver's license may request a distinguishing driver's license number other than a the applicant's social security number. as the sri't'er's lieense number unless the applicant requests that the applicant's social security number be so assigned.

Approved April 26, 2001



AN ACT prohibiting the sale or distribution of purple loosestrife.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. Section 317.25, Code 2001, is amended to read as follows: 317.25 TEASEL, MULTIFLORA ROSE, AND PURPLE LOOSESTRIFE PROHIBITED -

EXCEPTIONS. A person shall not import, sell, offer for sale, or distribute teasel (Dipsacus) biennial, the

multiflora rose (rosa multiflora), purple loosestrife (lythrum salicaria), purple loosestrife (lythrum virgatum), or seeds of them in any form in this state. However, this section does not prohibit the sale, offer for sale, or distribution of the multiflora rose (rosa multiflora) used for understock for either cultivated roses or ornamental shrubs in gardens. This see tion also soes not prohibit the sale, offer for sale, or sistribution of't'arieties of the purple loosestrife (lythFUm't'irgat1:lm) when uses for ornamental garsens, ans whieh are sterile or nonaggressiY,.te aeeorsing to a list publishes by the state '/lees eommissioner pursuant to ehapter 171'.. A person engages in the business of selling purple loosestrife shall keep aeeurate reeorss, as speeifies by the separtment of agrie1:llture ans lans stev/arsship, of eaeh


variety of purple loosestrife sold, offered for sale, or distributed. The persoR shall allow the departmeRt of agriculture aRd laRd stewardship to iRspeet the records duriRg regular busi Ress hours. Any person violating the provisions of this section is subject to a fine of not exceeding one hundred dollars.

Approved April 30, 2001



AN ACT relating to duties of the county sheriff by increasing the fees and expenses collected by the county sheriff for various services and the release of a garnishment.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. Section 331.655, subsection 1, paragraphs a, b, c, e, f, g, h, k, 1, m, and n, Code 2001, are amended to read as follows:

a. For serving a notice and returning it, for the first person served, teH fifteen dollars, and each additional person, teH fifteen dollars except the fee for serving additional persons in the same household shall be fi¥e ten dollars for each additional service, or if the service of notice cannot be made or several attempts are necessary, the repayment of all necessary expenses actually incurred by the sheriff while attempting in good faith to serve the notice.

b. For each warrant served, fifteen twenty dollars, and the repayment of necessary ex- penses incurred in executing the warrant, as sworn to by the sheriff, or if service of the warrant cannot be made, the repayment of all necessary expenses actually incurred by the sheriff while attempting in good faith to serve the warrant.

c. For serving and returning a subpoena, for each person served, fifteeH twenty dollars, and the necessary expenses incurred while serving subpoenas in criminal cases or cases relating to hospitalization of persons with mental illness.

e. For summoning ajury to assess the damages to the owners of lands taken for works of internal improvement, and attending them, ~ one hundred dollars per day, and neces- sary expenses incurred. This subsection does not allow a sheriff to make separate charges for different assessments which can be made by the same jury and completed in one day of ten hours.

f. For serving an execution, attachment, order for the delivery of personal property, in- junction, or any order of court, and returning it, teH fifteen dollars.

g. For making and executing a certificate or deed for lands sold on execution, or a bill of sale for personal property sold, tV/eRty fi't'c 1hi!:ty dollars.

h. For the time necessarily employed in making an inventory of personal property at- tached or levied upon, eight ten dollars per hour.

k. For attending sale of property, thlf'ty fifty dollars. 1. For conveying one or more persons to a state, county, or private institution by order of

court or commission, necessary expenses for the sheriff and the person conveyed and teH fifteen dollars per hour for the time necessarily employed in going to and from the institu- tion, the expenses and hourly rate to be charged and accounted for as fees. If the sheriff needs assistance in taking a person to an institution, the assistance shall be furnished at the expense of the county.