General Assembly: 75 (1993 Regular GA) - Index


Published: 1993

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INDEX

1993 REGULAR SESSION

References are to chapters and sections of the Acts. For references to statutes by popular name, see POPULAR NAMES heading in this index.

ABANDONMENT Mobile homes and personal property, see MOBILE HOMES Unclaimed property, see PROPERTY

ABORTIONS Indigent patients at university of Iowa hospitals, funding restrictions, ch 179, §8,9 Medically necessary, medical assistance reimbursement, ch 172, §3

ABUSE Adults, dependent, see ADULT ABUSE Children, see CHILD ABUSE Sexual, see SEXUAL ABUSE Substance, see SUBSTANCE ABUSE Victim counselors, see VICTIMS

ACCOUNTANCY EXAMINING BOARD Limited liability companies for practice of public accounting, ch 19

555

Professional licensing revolving fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, availability of general fund for payment of related expenses, ch 131, §1,24,28,31

ACCOUNTANTS Limited liability companies, ch 19

ACCOUNTING PRACTITIONERS Limited liability companies, ch 19

ACID RAIN See ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION COMMISSION

ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME IAIDSI AIDS education, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS HIV care grant, federal, ch 168, §49 Testing, convicted sexual assault offenders, confidential records, rules, penalties, ch 140 Transmission from health care providers, acupuncturists and chiropractors included, ch 86, §11

ACTIONS Animal shelters or pounds, cat or dog ownership transfer, sterilization agreement violation,

enjoinment, ch 134 Child support recovery, concurrent, modification, ch 78, §34 Farm operation nuisance claim, agricultural areas, mediation, costs and fees, ch 146, §7 Forcible entry and detention, see FORCIBLE ENTRY AND DETENTION Garnishment, see GARNISHMENT Limitation of actions, see LIMITATION OF ACTIONS Mobile homes and personal property, abandonment, see MOBILE HOMES

ACUPUNCTURISTS HIV and HBV transmission to patients, prevention, ch 86, §11 Registration

General provisions, ch 86, §1-10 Fees, ch 86, §13

Titles, ch 86, §13

ADMI-AGRI INDEX

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES Alcoholic beverage licenses and permits, disapproval, appeals, procedures, penalties,

ch 91, §10-12,16

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES Filing deadlines, extension for office closings, ch 9

ADMINISTRATIVE RULES For rulemaking authority of state agencies, see heading for a specific state agency Coordinator, appropriation, ch 178, §6 Instructional time audit, education department rule nullification, ch 182 Nurse definition, nullification, ch 183

ADOLESCENTS See CHILDREN

ADOPTION Adoption and foster care information system, moneys for implementation encumbered,

ch 172, §11,51,56 Information exchange, ch 22

ADULT ABUSE Definition, assault, ch 76, §7 Elder group homes, reporting, ch 72, §6

ADVERTISING State publications, advertising in, report and sales, ch 167, §1

ADVISORY BOARDS See BOARDS

AERONAUTICS See AIRCRAFT; AIRPORTS

AFFIDAVITS Paternity, child support recovery, ch 79, §9-13

AFRICAN-AMERICANS

556

Status of, division and commission, see STATUS OF AFRICAN-AMERICANS DIVISION

AGENTS Cooperative associations, see COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATIONS Insurance, see INSURANCE Limited liability companies, ch 39, §25

AGREEMENTS See also CONTRACTS Rural water districts, see WATER DISTRICTS School districts, interstate agreements and whole grade sharing, alternatives to reorganiza-

tion, ch 160, §4 Whole grade sharing, reorganization of school districts, affected pupils, ch 160, §4,16

AGRICULTURAL LAND Agricultural areas

Creation or expansion proposal, filing, ch 146, §3-5 Farm operation, definition, nuisance claim, costs, fees, ch 146, §1,7 Livestock defined, ch 146, §2 Withdrawal, description filed with county, ch 146, §6

Agricultural land credit fund Appropriation, ch 180, §11 Transfer to family farm tax credit fund, ch 180, §10

Farmer-creditor disputes, mediation required, repeal delayed, ch 29; ch 171, §15,19,23,26 Limited liability companies, acquisition of land, limits, ch 39, §7 -16

557

AGRICULTURAL LAND-Continued Pesticides, see PESTICIDES

INDEX

Preservation ordinance, farmland expansion proposal, filing, ch 146, §1-5,7 Sanitary district special assessment installment payments, deferral, ch 57, §1 Values determined from crop productivity statistics, ch 176, §1

AGRICULTURAL MARKETING BUREAU Appropriation, ch 176, §1

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCT ADVISORY COUNCIL Appropriation, ch 167, §1

AGRICULTURE See also AGRICULTURAL LAND; FARMS AND FARMERS

AGRI

Agricultural commodity promotional boards, exclusion from state agency requirements, ch 102 Agriculture-related disease and injury, identification, intervention, appropriation, ch 170, §4 Cattle, see CATTLE Commercial feed, see FEED Cooperative extension service, pesticide applicators, education program courses, administra-

tion, ch 176, §35 Crops, see CROPS Dairies and dairy products, see DAIRIES AND DAIRY PRODUCTS Dairy trade practices bureau, see DAIRY TRADE PRACTICES BUREAU Farm mediation, foreclosure actions, ch 29 Fertilizer, see FERTILIZER Grain, see GRAIN Livestock, see LIVESTOCK Milk and milk products, see MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS Pesticides, see PESTICIDES Sheep, see SHEEP Vocational agriculture youth organization, appropriation, ch 179, §1

AGRICULTURE AND LAND STEWARDSHIP DEPARTMENT Administrative rules, ch 130, §1,2; ch 134; ch 176, §35,36 Agricultural commodity promotional boards, exclusion from state agency requirements, ch 102 Agriculture-related injury and disease, intervention, public health department cooperation,

ch 170, §4 Animal shelters, dog or cat ownership transfers, sterilization agreement, enforcement waiver,

rules, ch 134 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Beekeeping, package or used equipment infestation, removal notice, ch 21, §9 Bees, importation, certificate of inspection, ch 21, §5 Deappropriation, fiscal year 1992, ch 176, §13,50 Export trade assistance program, allocation of moneys, consultation, ch 167, §1 Fertilizer fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, availability of general fund for pay-

ment of related expenses, ch 131, §1,8,28,31 General fund receipts for deposit in certain funds, tracking, report, ch 176, §17 Inspections, coordination, joint study with inspections and appeals department, report,

ch 176, §20 Internal budget system, information and financial data provided, ch 176, §18 Lawn seed, inspection and regulation, ch 40 Milk regulation, facilities and equipment, permit requirement, ch 132 Permanent positions added or deleted, previous fiscal quarter, list provided, ch 176, §18 Pesticide applicators, education program and certification, requirements, rules, ch 176, §35,36 Pesticide fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, availability of general fund for pay-

ment of related expenses, ch 131, §1,9,28,31

AGRI-ALCO INDEX

AGRICULTURE AND LAND STEWARDSHIP DEPARTMENT-Continued Pesticides

Commercial applicator peer review panel, rules, ch 130, §2 Violations by commercial applicators, penalties, rules, ch 130, §1

558

Pounds, dog or cat ownership transfer, sterilization agreement, enforcement waiver, rules, ch 134 Renewable fuel, office of, see RENEWABLE FUEL, OFFICE OF Secretary of agriculture, salary, ch 177, §4 Soil conservation division, see SOIL CONSERVATION DIVISION Weights and measures inspections, noncompliance criteria for prioritizing, pilot project,

ch 176, §20

AIDS See ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME (AIDS)

AID TO DEPENDENT CHILDREN IADCI See also AID TO F AM/LIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Family investment program, replaces aid to dependent children, ch 97, §3,22-40 Welfare reform, ch 97

AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN See also AID TO DEPENDENT CHILDREN (ADCJ Administration, ch 172, §1 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Special needs program, continued, ch 172, §1

AIR Pollution, see POLLUTION

AIRCRAFT Aeronautics and public transit, transportation department, appropriation, ch 169, §6-8 Airports, see AIRPORTS Aviation and railroad assistance, federal grant, ch 168, §52,54,55 Pesticides, aerial commercial applicators, violations, ch 130 Terrorism, crime expanded, penalty revised, ch 112

AIR POLLUTION See POLLUTION

AIRPORTS Aeronautics and public transit, transportation department, appropriation, ch 169, §6-8 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Authorities, bonds, private sale, prices, ch 118 Aviation and railroad assistance, federal grant, ch 168, §52,54,55 Aviation fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,16,29,31 Bonds and notes, private sales, prices, ch 118 Fire fighters, weapons permits, exemptions, ch 31 Improvement projects, federal grant, ch 168, §52 Preapplications for federal funds, prior approval by state transportation commission, excep-

tion, ch 87, §12 Privately owned, minimum safety standards exemption, stricken, ch 87, §10,15 Private use, site approval requirement, ch 87, §11,15 Transportation department, cooperation with federal government, authorization, repealed,

ch 87, §5

ALCOHOL Abuse, see SUBSTANCE ABUSE

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES See also ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES DIVISION

559 INDEX ALCO-APAR

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES- Continued Licenses and permits, issuance, purchase restrictions, renewal, suspension, revocation, appeals,

and penalties, ch 91 Minors, motor vehicle license altered to obtain alcohol, ch 164 Patent and proprietary products containing alcoholic beverages, sales, ch 91, §6 Social gatherings, license holders, catering, restrictions, ch 91, §20

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES DEPARTMENT Code references changes, ch 175, §26

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES DIVISION Administrative services trust fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,25,31 Administrator

Commerce department director, designation as, ch 175, §20 Salary, ch 177, §6,8

Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Code references changes, ch 175, §26 Expenditures, additional allowed, ch 175, §12 Inspections of licensees, consent in application, ch 91, §7 Licenses and permits, issuance, purchase restrictions, renewal, suspension, revocation, appeals,

and penalties, ch 91

ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLES Fees, transfer to fish and game protection fund, ch 176, §9

ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE Appropriation, ch 170, §3 Medical assistance services, persons excluded from chronically mentally ill, ch 172, §43

AMBULANCES Drivers, volunteer, workers' compensation, ch 88, §1 Physician assistant authority, emergency medical services, contingent, ch 107

AMUSEMENT PLACES Entry fees for participation and observation, sales tax imposed, ch 135, §1

ANAMOSA CORRECTIONAL FACILITY See CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES

ANIMALS Assistive, developmentally disabled person, grant for costs associated with, ch 172, §18 Cats, see CATS Coyotes, see COYOTES Dogs, see DOGS Pounds, see POUNDS Shelters, see SHELTERS Veterinarians, see VETERINARIANS Wild animals, see WILDLIFE

ANNEXATION Cities, see CITIES

ANNIE E. CASEY FOUNDATION Study, delivery of services to juveniles, delinquency proceedings, ch 12

ANTHEM Dvorak's "Largo" designated as state anthem, one year limit, ch 186

APARTMENTS Accessibility standards, persons with disabilities, ch 95, §3,4 Landlord and tenant law, see LANDLORD AND TENANT

APIA-APPR INDEX

APIARIST, STATE Importation of bees, entry requirements, infestation notice, rules, penalty, ch 21

APPEALS AND FAIR HEARINGS DIVISION See INSPECTIONS AND APPEALS DEPARTMENT

APPROPRIATIONS See also PUBLIC FUNDS 4-H foundation, ch 176, §1 Abortions, medically necessary, medical assistance reimbursement, ch 172, §3 Academic achievement project, education department, ch 179, §1 Acquired immune deficiency syndrome

AIDS education, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Health insurance premium payment program, ch 172, §3 HIV care grant, federal, ch 168, §49 Restricted use of moneys, ch 168, §4,16

Administrative division, agriculture and land stewardship department, ch 176, §1 Administrative rules coordinator, ch 178, §6 Administrative services division, economic development department, ch 167, §1 Administrative surcharge contribution fund, ch 175, §5 Adolescent pregnancy prevention grants, ch 172, §12 Adult day care, elderly persons, ch 170, §3 Adult education, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Advanced drug development program, Oakdale research park, ch 167, §7 Aeronautics and public transit, transportation department, ch 169, §6-8 Affordable heating program, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §9,16 African-Americans, status of, division, ch 170, §5 Aging, enumerated and unenumerated programs and services, ch 170, §3 Agricultural experiment station, Iowa state university, ch 179, §8,9 Agricultural health and safety programs, university of Iowa, ch 179, §8,9 Agricultural land credit fund, ch 180, §11 Agricultural marketing bureau, ch 176, §1 Agriculture and land stewardship department, ch 176, §1-4

Deappropriation, FY 1992, ch 176, §13,50 Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §18

Agriculture-related injuries and disease, identification, intervention, ch 170, §4 AIDS, see subhead Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome above Aid to dependent children, ch 180, §49

Federal grant, ch 168, §50

560

Recipients and human services department, welfare reform initiative agreements, implemen- tation, ch 172, §7

Tools of trade disregard, ch 180, §49 Aid to families with dependent children, ch 172, §1 Airport, Des Moines, fire fighters, ch 169, §2 Airport engineering studies, ch 169, §8 Airport improvement projects, federal grant, ch 168, §52 Alcohol and drug abuse federal block grant, ch 168, §50 Alcoholic beverages division, ch 175, §12 Alcohol treatment and prevention, federal block grant, ch 168, §1,16 All-terrain vehicle and snowmobile fees, transfer to fish and game protection fund, ch 176, §9 Appeals and fair hearings division, inspections and appeals department, ch 175, §7 Appropriations freeze, applicable Code sections, ch 180, §1 Arts division, ch 179, §12 Asbestos abatement, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Asset sharing fund, public safety department, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §48 Assistive animals, developmentally disabled persons, grant, ch 172, §18 Attorney general, ch 171, §1,26

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §19

561 INDEX

APPROPRIATIONS- Continued Audit and compliance, revenue and finance department, ch 178, §15 Audit expenses, transportation department, ch 169, §6,7 Auditor of state, ch 175, §1

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §20 Audits division, inspections and appeals department, ch 175, §7 Aviation and railroad assistance, federal grant, ch 168, §52,54,55 Banking division, ch 175, §12 Bilingual education, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Biocatalysis center, university of Iowa, ch 179, §8,9 Birth defects and genetics counseling program, ch 170, §4 Black Hawk Lake, preservation, reversion of funds, postponement, ch 176, §25,50 Blind, department for, ch 170, §1

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §21 Boating

Excursion, gambling, regulation, ch 175, §14 Facilities and public water access, ch 176, §8 Facilities and waters, public and recreational, maintenance, ch 180, §29 Navigation laws and water safety, enforcement, ch 176, §10

Boat registration fees Federal grant, ch 168, §46 Fish and game protection fund transfer, ch 176, §10

Boone armory, capital repairs, ch 180, §28 Braille and sight saving school, ch 179, §8,9 Brain injured persons, community services, ch 172, §20

APPR

Brushy Creek recreation area, dam and water impoundment, allocation, limitation, ch 176, §24 Business development division, economic development department, ch 167, §1 Business incubators, ch 167, §1 Business services, secretary of state, ch 178, §19 By-products and waste exchange systems, regional coordinating councils, competitive grants

program, ch 176, §46 Byrd scholarship program, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Campaign finance disclosure commission, ch 175, §2

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §22 Capitol annex, roof repair, ch 180, §30,33 Capitol building, exterior renovation, Disabilities Act compliance, ch 180, §30,33 Capitol planning commission, ch 178, §4 Capitol security division, ch 169, §3 Capitol, utilities costs, ch 178, §4 Care review committee coordination, elderly persons, ch 170, §3 Cash bonus program, employee portion, human services department, ch 172, §1 Center for assessment, education department, ch 179, §1 Central administration division, human rights department, ch 170, §5 Cherokee state mental health institute, ch 172, §14 Child abuse prevention grants, ch 172, §12 Child abuse, treatment, prevention, program innovation, ch 172, §11 Child and family services, ch 172, §11

Federal grant moneys, ch 168, §10,16,50 Child care assistance, transitional, ch 172, §6 Child day care resource and referral services, ch 172, §6 Child health care services, university of Iowa, ch 179, §8,9 Children

See also subhead Women below Adolescent pregnancy prevention grants, ch 172, §12 Aid to dependent children, federal grant, ch 168, §50 Child abuse project, federal grants, ch 168, §50 Child care and development federal block grant, ch 168, §14,16

APPR

APPROPRIATIONS- Continued Children- Continued

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Child care assistance, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §10,16 Child care services, federal grants, ch 168, §50 Child support recoveries, federal grant, ch 168, §50 Day care assistance, ch 172, §6 Eighteen years old or older, continued foster care, ch 172, §11 Even start program, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Foster care, see subhead Foster Care below Headstart program, collaborative federal grant, ch 168, §53 Health care, primary and preventive, ch 170, §4 Homeless, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Home medical care program, community resources planning, ch 170, §4 JOBS child care entitlement federal block grant, ch 168, §13,16 Maternal and child health services, federal block grant, ch 168, §3,16

562

Mentally retarded or developmentally disabled, services to families in lieu of group foster care, ch 172, §11

Multidisciplinary teams, child protective investigation, ch 172, §11 Physician care program, ch 170, §4 Primary and preventive health care, ch 170, §4 Protective child day care and state day care, allocations, transfers of funds, ch 172, §6 Protective services, home care aide, priority, ch 170, §4 Reasonable efforts model court project, child welfare practitioners training, trainer contract,

ch 172, §11 Shelter care, ch 172, §11

Child support public awareness campaign, ch 172, §8 Child support recovery, ch 172, §8 Child support recovery program, federal medical assistance matching funds, ch 172, §3 Chlamydia testing, ch 170, §4

Federal grant moneys, ch 168, §4,16 Chore assistance, elderly, ch 170, §3 Chore services, home care aide program, ch 170, §4 Chronic disease services, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §4,16 Chronic renal disease program, ch 170, §4 Cigarette and cigar tax stamps, printing or manufacturing, ch 180, §1,13 City development board, ch 167, §1 Civil rights commission, ch 170, §2

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §23 Civil rights, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Clarinda state mental health institute, ch 172, §14. Collaborative skills development training, ch 167, §1 College student aid commission, ch 179, §6,7,21,22

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §24 Commerce department, ch 175, §12; ch 180, §24

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §25 Commodity supplemental food program, federal grant, ch 168, §50 Communications division, general services department, ch 178, §3 Communities and schools, drug-free, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Community action agencies division, ch 170, §5

Energy conservation programs for low-income persons, ch 173, §1 Federal block grant moneys, ch 168, §6,9,16

Community and family health, federal grants, ch 168, §49 Community-based programs, human services department, ch 172, §12

Family planning services appropriation used, ch 172, §53,56 Community-based services, federal grant, ch 168, §10,16,50 Community betterment program, ch 167, §1 Community college excellence 2000 account, ch 179, §19 Community college job training fund, ch 167, §1

563

APPROPRIATIONS- Continued Community colleges, ch 179, §1,2,30 Community cultural grants, ch 179, §12 Community development

Block grant, ch 168, §7,16 Block grant and HOME, ch 167, §1 Councils of governments, ch 167, §1

INDEX

Community economic preparedness program, ch 167, §1 Community mental health services and providers, federal block grant, ch 168, §2,16 Community services federal block grant, ch 168, §6,16

APPR

Community services, mentally ill, mental retardation, developmental disabilities, and brain injury, ch 172, §20

Compass program, persons with disabilities, computerized referral services, ch 172, §20 Compensation and expense, public defense department, ch 168, §47 Competition law, enforcement, ch 171, §1,26 Computer initiative and educational technology consortium, ch 180, §64 Consumer advocate, ch 171, §2 Consumer fraud enforcement and education, ch 171, §1,26 Cooperative extension service in agriculture and home economics, ch 179, §8,9 Correctional facilities, critical maintenance needs, ch 180, §25 Correctional services departments, ch 171, §6 Correctional training center at Mount Pleasant, ch 171, §5 Corrections department, ch 171, §4-6; ch 180, §25

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §26 Council of state governments, ch 178, §10 Councils of governments, community development, ch 167, §1 County boards of supervisors, home care aide program, allocation of funds, ch 170, §4 County fairs, support and improvement, ch 180, §30,33 County planning councils, mental health, mental retardation, developmental disabilities, and

brain injury, participation for funding, ch 172, §20 Court information system, ch 171, §8 Court-ordered services to juveniles, ch 172, §13 Courts, ch 171, §7 ,8 Credit union division, ch 175, §12 Criminal and juvenile justice planning division, ch 170, §5 Criminal investigation division and bureau of identification, ch 169, §3 Criminal investigation division, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §48 Criminal justice information system, ch 169, §3 Cultural affairs department, ch 179, §12

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §27 D.A.R.E. project, ch 169, §3 Dairy trade practices bureau, ch 176, §1 Data collection, storage, and reports, health data commission, ch 170, §4 Day care, adult, elderly, ch 170, §3 Day care assistance, ch 172, §6 Day care, child, resource and referral services, ch 172, §6 Deaf interpreters, ch 167, §1

Economic development revolving fund, ch 167, §8; ch 180, §47 Deaf, school for, ch 179, §8,9 Deaf services division, ch 170, §5 Dental examiners board, ch 170, §4 Developmental disabilities planning council, federal grant, ch 168, §50 Developmentally disabled persons

Community services, ch 172, §20 Purchase of local services, ch 172, §19,20 Special needs grants, ch 172, §18

Disabilities prevention policy council, ch 172, §22

APPR INDEX

APPROPRIATIONS- Continued Disease, chronic, services, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §16,49 Disease, see heading for specific disease District court, ch 171, §7

564

Dog and horse racing, state residency and breeding standards, administration, ch 176, §4 Domestic violence response enhancement program, ch 171, §1 Driving simulator, university of Iowa, ch 179, §8,9 Drug abuse and alcohol federal block grant, ch 168, §50 Drug abuse resistance education (D.A.R.E.), ch 169, §3

Activities, law enforcement academy, public safety department, transfer of funds, ch 180, §65,85

Drug control and system improvement grant program, federal block grant, ch 168, §5,16 Drug development program, advanced, Oakdale research park, ch 167, §7 Drug enforcement and abuse prevention coordinator, ch 178, §7

Federal block grant, ch 168, §5,16 Drug-free schools and communities, ch 168, §53 Drug treatment and prevention activities, federal block grant moneys, ch 168, §1,16 Economic development administration, federal grant, ch 168, §51 Economic development deaf interpreters revolving fund, ch 167, §8; ch 180, §47 Economic development department, ch 167, §1-3,5; ch 176, §46; ch 180, §66,85

Audit, ch 168, §7 Community development block grant, administrative expenses, ch 168, §7,16 Federal and nonstate grants, ch 168, §51 State institutions, physical and human resources, joint utilization plan, study, ch 180, §30,33

Economic success program grants, minority students, merged area XI, ch 180, §62 Education, federal grants, ch 168, §53 Educational agencies, local, allocation and use of federal funds, ch 168, §8,16 Educational and instructional materials, acquisition, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §8,16 Educational examiners board, ch 179, §1 Educational excellence program, ch 179, §3,25-28,34

Appropriations reduction, ch 180, §19 Educational training and professional development, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §8,16 Education department, ch 179, §1-5,30; ch 180, §14,62,64

Federal and nonstate grants, ch 168, §53-55 Federal funds, Hawkins-Stafford Act, ch 168, §8,16

Education of the handicapped, federal grants, ch 168, §53 Elder affairs department, ch 170, §3

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §28 Elderly persons

Adult day care, ch 170, §3 Aging, programs and services, ch 170, §3 Alzheimer's support, ch 170, §3 Care review committee coordination, ch 170, §3 Chores, assistance and services, ch 170, §3,4 Employment, ch 170, §3 Entrance ramp construction for physically handicapped, ch 170, §3 Frail, case management, ch 170, §3 Home care aide services, prevention of institutionalization, ch 170, §4 Home repair services and winterization, ch 170, §3 Information and assistance, ch 170, §3 Mental health outreach, ch 170, §3 Public health nursing program, prevention of institutionalization, ch 170, §4 Respite care, ch 170, §3 Retired senior volunteer program, ch 170, §3 Telephone reassurance, ch 170, §3 Well-elderly clinics, ch 170, §4

Election administration, secretary of state, ch 178, §19

565 INDEX APPR

APPROPRIATIONS- Continued Emergency assistance, federal grant, ch 168, §50 Emergency assistance for living arrangements to families with dependent children, ch 172, §2 Emergency immigrant education, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Emergency management division, ch 169, §2

Federal and nonstate moneys, ch 168, §47 Emergency management training, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §47 Emergency medical services, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §4,16 Emergency medical services training, state, county, and local levels, ch 170, §4 Emergency operations center, federal grant, ch 168, §47 Emergency shelter grants program, federal grant, ch 168, §51 Employment appeal board, ch 175, §7 Employment, elderly persons, ch 170, §3 Employment security contingency fund, ch 175, §6 Employment services department, ch 175, §3,4,6

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §29 Employment services, supportive, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Energy

Affordable heating program, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §9,16 Extension service, ch 173, §1 Home energy assistance, federal block grants, ch 168, §9,16 Problems, assessment and resolution, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §9,16

Energy and geological resources division, ch 176, §6 Energy bank program, local government, development costs, ch 173, §1 Energy conservation programs for low-income persons, ch 173 Energy conservation trust, ch 173, §2

Community action agencies, conservation programs, ch 173, §1 Entrance ramp construction, elderly, physically handicapped, ch 170, §3 Environmental protection division, ch 176, §6 Equality in the courts task force recommendations, implementation, ch 171, §1 Ethics and campaign disclosure board, ch 175, §2 Even start program, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Excursion boat gambling regulation, ch 175, §14 Export trade assistance program, ch 167, §1 Exxon fund

Energy conservation program and energy extension service, funding levels, maintenance, ch 173, §1

Energy conservation programs for low-income persons, ch 173, §1 Local government energy bank program, development costs, ch 173, §1

Fairs, county, support and improvemement, ch 180, §30,33 Fair, state, capital improvements, ch 180, §30,33 Family and community health division, ch 170, §4 Family and community health, federal grants, ch 168, §49 Family development and self-sufficiency grant, ch 172, §7 Family planning services, appropriation used for community-based programs, ch 172, §53,56 Family practice program, university of Iowa, ch 179, §8,9 Family preservation or reunification projects, emergency assistance funding, ch 172, §11,56 Family support subsidy program, ch 172, §17 Farmers' market coupon program, ch 176, §1 Federal aid pass through and miscellaneous fees, natural resources department, ch 168, §46 Federal block grants, ch 168 Federal funds, ch 175, §27; ch 177, §15

Anticipated versus amount received, prorations, exceptions, ch 168, §15,16 Awarded outside of session, expenditure, notification, ch 168, §46-53 Consolidated, categorical, or expanded, procedure, ch 168, §17,55

Federal hazmat training, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §47 Federal prison reimbursement, corrections department, ch 171, §5

APPR

APPROPRIATIONS- Continued Federal procurement office, ch 167, §1

INDEX

Feed, commercial, audits, operations, ch 176, §1 FEMA calibration and maintenance, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §47 Fertilizer, audits, operations, ch 176, §1

566

Fertilizer fund, use of deposits made to general fund, expenditure restriction, availability of general fund for payment of related expenses, ch 131, §1,8,28,31

Field operations, human services department, ch 172, §21 Film office, ch 167, §1 Finance and services division, inspections and appeals department, ch 175, §7 Financial management, revenue and finance department, ch 178, §15 Fire fighters at Des Moines airport, ch 169, §2 Fire marshal, ch 169, §3

Federal grant moneys, ch 168, §48 Fish and game protection fund

Fish and wildlife division, ch 176, §7 Transfer of funds from all-terrain vehicles and snowmobile fees, ch 176, §9

Fish and wildlife division, ch 176, §6,7 Fish and wildlife trust fund, federal grant, ch 168, §46 Floods, 1990 and 1991, federal grants, ch 168, §47 Fluoridation program and start-up grants, federal, ch 168, §4,16 Food assistance, temporary and emergency, federal grant, ch 168, §50 Food stamp employment and training program, ch 172, §7 Foreign trade offices, ch 167, §1 Forests and forestry division, ch 176, §6 Foster care

Child and family services, ch 172, §56 Group, maintenance and services, ch 172, §11 Group, wrap-around services or support funds, ch 172, §11,56 Homes for children with severe emotional/behavioral problems, ch 172, §11

Foster care review board, state, ch 175, §7 Franchise tax moneys, allocations, ch 180, §2 Freeze, applicable Code sections, ch 180, §1 Gamblers assistance program, ch 172, §26 Gambling, excursion boat, regulation, ch 175, §14 GASA prosecuting attorney program, ch 171, §1 General counsel, transportation department, ch 169, §6,7 General fund, ch 180, §2 General services department, ch 178, §3-5; ch 180, §30,33

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §30 Glenwood state hospital-school, ch 172, §15

Federal grants, ch 168, §50 Governor, ch 178, §6

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §31 Groundwater monitoring programs and guidelines, ch 176, §46 Gypsy moth eradication program, ch 176, §1 Handicapped elderly, entrance ramp construction, ch 170, §3 Handicapped personnel preparation, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Handicapped persons, education, federal grants, ch 168, §53 Hazard mitigation, federal grant, ch 168, §47 Hazard-training assistance, federal grant, ch 168, §47 Hazmat training, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §47 Headstart program, collaborative federal grant, ch 168, §53 Health

Family and community, federal grants, ch 168, §49 Local, federal grants, ch 168, §49 Risk reduction services, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §4,16

567 INDEX

APPROPRIATIONS- Continued Health boards, local, public health nursing program and proposals for, ch 170, §4 Health care, children, primary and preventive, ch 170, §4 Health data commission, ch 170, §4 Health delivery systems, ch 170, §4 Health facilities division, inspections and appeals department, ch 175, §7 Health incentive programs, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §4,16 Health insurance premium payment program (HIPP), ch 172, §4 Health protection division, ch 170, §4 Health protection, federal grants, ch 168, §49 Healthy family program, ch 170, §4

APPR

Healthy people 2000/healthy Iowans 2000 program, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §4,16 Higher education strategic planning council, ch 179, §6 Highway materials and equipment revolving fund, transportation department, ch 169, §7 Highway patrol, ch 169, §4

Federal grant moneys, ch 168, §48 Highways, ch 169, §7 Highway safety, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §48 Highway safety, uniformed force, and radio communications division, ch 169, §4 Highway traffic safety, national, federal grant, ch 168, §52,54,55 Historical division, ch 179, §12 Historic sites, cultural affairs department, ch 179, §12 HIV, see subhead Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome above HOME and community development block grant, ch 167, §1 Home care aide program, services for prevention of institutionalization, ch 170, §4 Home energy assistance, federal block grants, ch 168, §9,16 Home investment partnership program, federal grant, ch 168, §51 Homeless children and adults, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Homeless persons, mental health services, federal grants, ch 168, §50 Home repair services, elderly persons, ch 170, §3 Hoover building, roof repair, ch 180, §30,33 Horse and dog racing, state residency and breeding standards, administration, ch 176, §4 Horticulture, ch 176, §1 Hospital outpatient services, reimbursement system, development services, contracts, ch 172, §4 Hospital-schools, ch 172, §15

Glenwood, federal grants, ch 168, §50 Hospital-school, university of Iowa, ch 179, §8,9 Household hazardous waste collection sites, urban and rural, establishment, transportation

costs, ch 176, §46 Housing, emergency assistance to families with dependent children, ch 172, §2 HQ STARC armory, federal grant, ch 168, §47 Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), see subhead Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome

above Human investment, council on, administrative costs, ch 180, §60 Human rights department, ch 170, §5

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §32 Human services department, ch 172, §1-24,26; ch 180, §27,60

Case management unit, medical assistance, MI/MR/DD services, transfer of funds, ch 172, §3 Child protection, prevention, and treatment, outcome-oriented evaluations, ch 172, §11 Federal and nonstate grants, ch 168, §50 Federal block grants, ch 168, §2,10,13,14,16 Federal medical assistance, matching funds, ch 172, §3 Field operations, federal grants and grant moneys, ch 168, §10,16,50 Staff increase, federal requirements, ch 172, §6

Hygienic laboratory, ch 179, §8,9 Ice storm, Halloween, federal grant, ch 168, §47 Immigrant education, emergency, federal grant, ch 168, §53

APPR INDEX

APPROPRIATIONS- Continued Independence mental health institute, ch 172, §14 Independent living, federal grant, ch 168, §50 Independent living project, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Industrial services division, ch 175, §3,6 Infants

See also subhead Children above Perinatal care program, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §3,16 Perinatal program, statewide, ch 170, §4 Sudden infant death syndrome autopsies, county reimbursements, ch 170, §4

Information and assistance, elderly persons, ch 170, §3 Information and management systems, revenue and finance department, ch 178, §15 Information services division, general services department, ch 178, §3

568

In-home health care provider agencies, home care aide program, allocation of funds, ch 170, §4 Inspections and appeals department, ch 175, §7 ,10

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §33 Inspections division, inspections and appeals department, ch 175, §7 Institute for physical research and technology, Iowa state university, ch 167, §6; ch 179, §8,9 Insurance division, ch 175, §12

Lucas state office building, fire, safety, and federal Americans with Disabilities renovations, ch 180, §69,85

Insurance economic development, and international, ch 167, §1 International division, ch 167, §1 International network on trade fund, ch 167, §5 International trade operations, ch 167, §1 Interstate agricultural grain marketing commission, ch 176, §5 Investigations division, inspections and appeals department, ch 175, §7 Iowa community betterment program, ch 167, §1 Iowa community development loan fund, economic development department, rural develop-

ment programs, ch 167, §2 Iowa international development foundation, ch 167, §5 Iowa product development corporation fund, ch 167, §1 Iowa refugee service center, federal grant, ch 168, §50 Iowa's councils of governments, community development, ch 167, §1 Iowa small business new jobs training Act, ch 167, §1 Iowa state fair authority, federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §43 Iowa state university of science and technology, ch 167, §6; ch 179, §8,9,13,34

Livestock producers assistance program, ch 176, §11 Iowa technology assistance program, ch 167, §1 JOBS child care entitlement block grant, ch 168, §13,16 Job service division, ch 175, §5 JOBS program, ch 172, §7 Job training fund

Economic development department, industrial new jobs training, administration, ch 167, §3 Target alliance program, ch 167, §3 Workforce coordinator, ch 167, §3

Job training partnership Act, federal grant, ch 168, §51 Judicial department, ch 171, §7,8

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §34 Judicial districts, ch 172, §13,56 Judicial qualifications commission, ch 171, §7 Judicial retirement fund, ch 177, §3 Jury fees and mileage, ch 171, §7 Justice department, see subhead Attorney General above Juvenile assistance, administration of federal funds, expenses, ch 170, §5 Juvenile court, ch 171, §7 Juvenile detention homes, reimbursement to counties, ch 172, §10,56

569

APPROPRIATIONS- Continued Juvenile home at Toledo, ch 172, §9

INDEX

Juvenile institutions, reallocation as necessary, ch 172, §8 Juveniles, court-ordered services, ch 172, §13 Juvenile victim restitution program, ch 171, §7 Laboratory division, agriculture and land stewardship department, ch 176, §1 Labor management councils, ch 167, §1 Labor services division, ch 175, §3,6 Lakes, natural, preservation, ch 180, §30,33 Latino affairs division, ch 170, §5 Law enforcement academy, ch 169, §1

D.A.R.E. activities, public safety department transfer of funds, ch 180, §65,85 Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §35

Law examiners board, ch 171, §7 Lead abatement program, ch 170, §4 Leadership in education, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Leopold center, ch 179, §8,9 Libraries and information services division, ch 179, §1 Libraries, state, federal grants, ch 168, §53 Lieutenant governor, ch 178, §6

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §31 Liquor warehouse, roof repair, ch 180, §24 Livestock disease research fund, ch 179, §8,9 Livestock producers assistance program, ch 176, §11 Local government services, revenue and finance department, ch 178, §15

APPR

Local services for mentally ill, mentally retarded and developmentally disabled persons, pur- chase of, ch 172, §19

Long-term care data, collection and storage, reports, ch 170, §4 Lottery fund, ch 178, §16 Lottery revenues to general fund, ch 180, §17 Lottery revenues, transfer of funds

Capitol complex buildings, roof and deck repairs, ch 180, §30,33 Capitol, exterior restoration, Disabilities Act compliance, ch 180, §30,33 Iowa state fair board, foundation fund deposit, ch 180, §30,31,33 Natural lake preservation, ch 180, §30,33 Prior to, world food prize, contingency, ch 180, §61 State institutions, physical and human resources, joint utilization, study, ch 180, §30,33 Subsequent to, Iowa computer initiative and educational technology consortium, ch 180, §64

Low-income persons Affordable heating program, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §9,16 Community action agencies programs, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §6,16 Energy conservation programs and weatherization projects, ch 173, §1 Energy problems, assessment and resolution, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §9,16 Home care aide services, prevention of institutionalization, ch 170, §4 Home energy assistance, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §9,16 Maternal and child health services, ch 170, §4 Maternal and child health services, federal block grant, ch 168, §3,16 Public health nursing program, ch 170, §4 Weatherization and related home repairs, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §9,16

Lucas state office building renovations, ch 180, §69,85 Main street program, ch 167, §1 Management department, ch 178, §8-10

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §36 Marijuana control, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §48 Marine fuel tax receipts

Boating facilities and public water access, ch 176, §8 Public and recreational boating waters and facilities, maintenance, ch 180, §29

APPR INDEX

APPROPRIATIONS- Continued Marine fuel tax receipts- Continued

Traditional funding purposes, ch 176, §8 Unencumbered moneys, postponement of reversion, ch 176, §25,50

Maternal and child health services, ch 170, §4 Maternal and child health services, federal block grant, ch 168, §3,16 Medical assistance, ch 172, §3; ch 180, §49

Federal grants, ch 168, §50 Medical contracts, ch 172, §4

Federal grant, ch 168, §50 Medical examiners board, ch 170, §4 Medical examiner, state, ch 169, §3 Medical home care program for children, community resources planning, ch 170, §4 Medicare/medicaid, federal grant, ch 168, §50 Mental health institutes, ch 172, §14

570

Mental health, mental retardation, and developmental disabilities services, ch 168, §12,16; ch 172, §16

Mental health outreach, elderly persons, ch 170, §3 Mental health services, community, federal block grant, ch 168, §2,16 Mental health services for the homeless, federal grant, ch 168, §50 Mental health training, federal grant, ch 168, §50 Mentally ill, mentally retarded, and developmentally disabled persons, purchase of local ser-

vices for, ch 172, §19 Mentally ill persons, community services, ch 172, §20 Mentally ill persons, purchase of local services, ch 172, §19,20 Mentally retarded persons, community services, ch 172, §20 Mentally retarded persons, purchase of local services, ch 172, §19,20 Merged area XI, minority students, economic success program grants, ch 180, §62 Military division, ch 169, §2 Military operations fund, federal grant, ch 168, §47 Milk fund, use of deposits made to general fund, expenditure restriction, ch 131, §1,5,31 Mine health and safety, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Minority students, merged area XI, economic success program grants, ch 180, §62 Mobile and regional child health specialty clinics, ch 170, §4 Monroe county taxing districts reimbursement for machinery and computer equipment tax

replacement, ch 178, §18 Motor carriers, single state insurance registration system, ch 174, §1 Motor vehicle division, federal grant, ch 168, §52 Motor vehicle fuel tax fund, ch 178, §17 Motor vehicle licenses, production costs, ch 169, §6,7 Motor vehicles, ch 169, §6,7 Mount Pleasant mental health institute, ch 172, §14 Muscular dystrophy and related genetic disease programs, ch 170, §4 Narcotics enforcement division, ch 169, §3 National conference of state legislatures, ch 178, §1 National diffusion network, federal grant, ch 168, §53 National governors' conference, ch 178, §6 National guard facilities improvement fund, federal grant, ch 168, §47 National heritage landscape, promotion, matching funds, ch 180, §66,85 National highway traffic safety, federal grant, ch 168, §52,54,55 Natural disasters, federal grants, ch 168, §47 Natural resources department, ch 176, §6,8,9,15,46; ch 180, §29,30,33

Deappropriation, FY 1992, ch 176, §13,50 Federal and nonstate moneys, ch 168, §46 Groundwater protection Act execution, costs, Stripper Well fund reimbursement, ch 173, §1

Nursing examiners board, ch 170, §4 Nursing program, public health, local health boards, ch 170, §4

571 INDEX

APPROPRIATIONS- Continued Nutrition programs, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §4,16 Oakdale campus, ch 179, §8,9 Oakdale research park, advanced drug development program, ch 167, §7 Occupational information coordinating council, federal grant, ch 168, §51

APPR

Office space for foreign buyers, international prospects, and reverse investors, ch 167, §1 Organic nutrient management account and program, ch 176, §14 Out-of-state placements, corrections department, ch 171, §5 Parental rights, termination, oversight, ch 172, §11 Pari-mutuel wagering, law enforcement, ch 169, §5 Parks and preserves division, ch 176, §6,8 Parole board, ch 171, §3

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §37 Parole violators, treatment and supervision by judicial district departments of correctional

services, ch 171, §6 Partner state program, matching funds, ch 167, §5 Peace institute, ch 167, §5 Perinatal care program, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §3,16 Perinatal program, ch 170, §4 Personnel department, ch 178, §11-14

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §38 Persons with disabilities division, ch 170, §5 Pesticide programs, operations, ch 176, §1 Petroleum overcharge programs, administration, ch 173, §1 Pharmacy examiners board, ch 170, §4 Physician care for children program, ch 170, §4 Planning and administration division, public health department, ch 170, §4 Planning and research, transportation department, ch 169, §6,7 Planning councils, county, mental health, mental retardation, developmental disabilities, and

brain injury, participation, funding, ch 172, §20 Population protection planning, federal grant, ch 168, §47 Prevention of disabilities policy council, ch 172, §22 Prevention programs, substance abuse, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §1,16 Preventive health advisory committee, ch 168, §4,16 Preventive health and health services, federal block grant, transfer, ch 168, §3,4,16 Primary research and computer center, ch 167, §1 Primary road fund, ch 177, §12; ch 178, §13

Audit expenses, transportation department, ch 169, §7 Federal grant, ch 168, §52 Field facilities, transportation department, ch 169, §7 General counsel, transportation department, ch 169, §7 Highway materials and equipment revolving fund, transportation department, ch 169, §7 Highways, ch 169, §7 Motor vehicle licenses, production costs, ch 169, §7 Motor vehicles, ch 169, §7 Planning and research, transportation department, ch 169, §7 Railroads, ch 169, §7 Water transportation, ch 169, §7

Printing, ch 178, §5 Printing and mail division, general services department, ch 178, §3 Prison capacity expansion, financial arrangement, annual payment, ch 171, §5 Probation violators, treatment and supervision by judicial district departments of correctional

services, ch 171, §6 Procurement office, economic development, federal grant, ch 168, §51 Professional licensing and regulation division, ch 175, §12 Professional licensure division, ch 170, §4 Promise jobs, federal grants, ch 168, §50 Property management division, general services department, ch 178, §3

APPR INDEX

APPROPRIATIONS- Continued Prosecuting attorneys training coordinator, ch 171, §1 Prosecuting attorney training program, ch 171, §1 Prosecuting intern program, ch 171, §1 Protective child day care and state day care, allocations, transfers of funds, ch 172, §6 Protective services, home care aide program, children and adults, priority, ch 170, §4 Pseudorabies eradication program, ch 176, §3 Psychiatric hospital, state, ch 179, §8,9

572

Public assistance benefit eligibility determination, X-pert computer software, ch 172, §24 Public defender, state, ch 175, §8 Public defense department, ch 169, §2; ch 180, §28

Federal and nonstate moneys, ch 168, §47 Public defense, federal grant, ch 168, §47 Public employees' retirement system, ch 178, §12 Public employment relations board, ch 175, §11

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §39 Public health department, ch 170, §4

Federal block grant moneys, ch 168, §1,3,4,16,49 Public health nursing program, local health boards, ch 170, §4 Public outdoor recreation and resources fund, general fund deposits, use, restriction,

ch 131, §1,18,31 Public safety department, ch 169, §3-5

Federal grant moneys, ch 168, §48 Public transit, ch 169, §6-8 Public transit assistance, federal grants, ch 168, §52 Public transit assistance fund, general fund deposits, use, restriction, federal and nonstate

moneys, ch 131, §1,11,13,29,31 Pupils, nonpublic, tranportation costs funds, education department, ch 180, §14 Purchasing by state departments, revolving fund, ch 178, §5 Quad-cities graduate studies center, ch 179, §8,9 Racetrack regulation, expenditures limitation and reversion, ch 175, §13,28 Racing and gaming commission, ch 175, §13,14 Radiological defense officer training, federal grant, ch 168, §47 Railroad and aviation assistance, federal grant, ch 168, §52 Railroads, ch 169, §6,7

Assistance fund, general fund deposits, use, restriction, ch 131, §1,14,29,31 Federal and nonstate moneys, ch 131, §14,31 Restoration, conservation, improvement, and construction, ch 169, §8,12 Special railroad facility fund, general fund deposits, use, restriction, ch 131, §1,15,29,31

Railway finance authority, ch 169, §8 Nonreversion, ch 169, §12

Rape prevention program, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §4,16 Recording fees, revenue and finance department, ch 178, §15 Recycling/reclamation businesses, national expansion, marketing initiatives, ch 176, §46 Recycling and reuse center, university of northern Iowa, ch 179, §8,9 Refugee resettlement, federal grant, ch 168, §50 Refugee service center, federal grant, ch 168, §50 Regents, board of, ch 179, §8,9

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §40 Regulatory division, agriculture and land stewardship department, ch 176, §1,4 Rehabilitation training, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Renal disease program, chronic, ch 170, §4 Rental space, ch 178, §4 Resource enhancement and protection fund, ch 176, §12

Federal grant, ch 168, §46 Open spaces account, Brushy Creek dam and water impoundment, limitation, ch 176, §24 Open spaces account, single project allocations, restrictions, ch 176, §43

573

APPROPRIATIONS- Continued Respite care, elderly, ch 170, §3

INDEX

Retired senior volunteer program, ch 170, §3 Revenue and finance department, ch 178, §15-18

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §41 Riverboat gambling law enforcement, ch 169, §3 Road use tax fund, ch 177, §12; ch 178, §9,14

Highway patrol, ch 169, §4 Highway safety, uniformed force, and radio communications division, ch 169, §4 Motor carrier single state insurance registration system, ch 17 4, §1

APPR

Repayments from Des Moines metropolitan transit authority, new buses, ch 169, §13 Use tax receipts prior to deposit, inspections and appeals department, ch 175, §10

Rural community 2000 program revolving fund Collaborative skills development training, ch 167, §1 Community college job training fund, ch 167, §1 Economic development deaf interpreters revolving fund, ch 167, §8; ch 180, §47,48 Iowa's councils of governments, community development, ch 167, §1 National heritage landscape, promotion, matching funds, ch 180, §66,85 Rural enterprise fund, ch 167, §1

Rural development programs, ch 167, §1,2 Rural enterprise fund, ch 167, §1 Rural health office, technical assistance and physician recruitment, ch 170, §4 Rural main street program, ch 167, §1 Sanitary disposal projects, groundwater monitoring, ch 176, §46 Scholarships, college student aid commission, ch 179, §21 School counselors, identification of students at risk for illiteracy, programs, federal grant

moneys, ch 168, §8,16 School food service, ch 179, §1

Federal grants, ch 168, §53 School pupils, nonpublic, transportation costs funds, education department, ch 180, §14 School reform and parental involvement activities, ch 179, §1 Schools and communities, drug-free, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Schoolwide improvements, innovative programs, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §8,16 Second-stage settlement fund, energy conservation programs for low-income persons, ch 173, §1 Secretary of state, ch 178, §19

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §42 Self-employment, technical assistance, aid to dependent children families, ch 172, §1 Senior citizens, see subhead Elderly Persons above Serve America program, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Sex offenders treatment programs, judicial district departments of correctional services,

ch 171, §6 Shelter care, children, ch 172, §11 Shorthand reporters examining board, ch 171, §7 Siouxland interstate metropolitan planning council, ch 179, §8,9 Small business

Advisory council, ch 167, §1 Development centers, ch 167, §6 Investment company or other entity, facilitation and funding, reversion of funds, ch 180, §46 New jobs training Act, ch 167, §1

Small business program, ch 167, §1 Small business programs, federal grant, ch 168, §51 Snowmobile and all-terrain vehicle fees, transfer to fish and game protection fund, ch 176, §9 Snowmobile law enforcement, ch 176, §9 Social services, federal block grant, ch 168, §10,16 Soil and water conservation districts, commissioners, reimbursement for expenses, ch 176, §1 Soil conservation division, ch 176, §1 Soil conservation practices, incentives, ch 176, §1

APPR INDEX

APPROPRIATIONS- Continued Solid waste management, related programs required, ch 176, §46 Southwest Iowa graduate studies center, ch 179, §8,9 Special needs grants, developmentally disabled persons, ch 172, §18 Special olympics, ch 178, §24; ch 180, §63 Stafford loan program, ch 179, §7

574

State employees in collective bargaining units, pay adjustments, expense reimbursements, and benefits, ch 177, §9

State employees' pay adjustments, expense reimbursements, and benefits, ch 177, §12-15 State fair authority, federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §43,44 State fairgrounds, capital improvements, ch 180, §30,31 State-federal relations office, ch 178, §20

Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §44 State institutions, physical and human resources, joint utilization, study, ch 180, §30,33 Statistics bureau, agriculture and land stewardship department, ch 176, §1 Status of African-Americans division, ch 170, §5 Status of women division, ch 170, §5 Strategic investment fund, ch 167, §1 Stripper Well fund

Energy conservation programs for low-income persons, ch 173, §1 Groundwater protection Act execution, natural resources department, reimbursement,

ch 173, §1 Student aid programs, college student aid commission, ch 179, §6 Students at risk, educational needs, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §8,16 Students, enhancement of personal excellence, programs, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §8,16 Substance abuse

Alcohol and drug abuse, federal block grant, ch 168, §50 Alcohol treatment and prevention, federal block grant, ch 168, §1,16 Drug abuse resistance education (D.A.R.E.), ch 169, §3 Drug treatment and prevention activities, federal block grant moneys, ch 168, §1,16 Programs, federal grants, ch 168, §49 Treatment aftercare services, ch 170, §4 Treatment for women, child care and prenatal services, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §1,16

Substance abuse and health promotion division, ch 170, §4 Substance abuse and mental health services administration federal block grant, ch 168, §1,16 Substance abuse clearinghouse in Cedar Rapids, ch 178, §7 Substance abuse consortium, university of Iowa, ch 179, §8,9 Sudden infant death syndrome autopsies, county reimbursements, ch 170, §4 Summer work and learn alternative for inner city youth, Sioux City, FY 1992/1993 appropria-

tion, nonreversion, ch 171, §24,26 Supplementary assistance, ch 172, §5 Tama county Indian settlement, deputy sheriff, ch 180, §18 Target alliance program, ch 167, §3 Targeted small business incubator, ch 167, §1 Targeted small business program, ch 167, §1 Teachers, identification of students at risk for illiteracy, programs, federal grant moneys,

ch 168, §8,16 Technical services, revenue and finance department, ch 178, §15 Technology commission, education department, ch 179, §1 Telephone reassurance, elderly, ch 170, §3 Terrace Hill, ch 178, §6 Textbooks of nonpublic school students, ch 179, §1 Tonnage fees, collection and appropriation, ch 176, §45,46 Tools of trade disregard, aid to dependent children, ch 180, §49 Tourism advertising, ch 167, §1 Tourism operations, ch 167, §1 Toxic cleanup, additional days provided, ch 176, §46

575 INDEX

APPROPRIATIONS- Continued Trade shows, businesses, participation, ch 167, §1 Training school, state, ch 172, §9 Transitional child care assistance, ch 172, §6 Transportation costs funds for nonpublic school pupils, ch 180, §14 Transportation department, ch 169, §6-8; ch 174, §1

Federal and nonstate grants, ch 168, §52 Field facilities, replacement, ch 169, §7,10,21

Treasurer of state, ch 178, §21; ch 180, §30,33 Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §45

Tri-state graduate center, ch 179, §8,9 Tuition grants, college student aid commission, ch 179, §21 Tumor registry, statewide, ch 179, §8,9

APPR

Underground storage tank board, unassigned revenue fund, transfer of moneys, ch 176, §15 Underground storage tanks, administrative expenses, contingency, ch 176, §15 Uniform state laws commission, ch 178, §1 University of Iowa, ch 167, §7; ch 179, §8,9,13,34

Hospitals and clinics, ch 179, §8,9 Indirect costs, use of federal grant moneys not allowed, ch 168, §3,16 Iowa specialized child health care services, indirect costs funding prohibited, ch 170, §4 Mobile and regional child health specialty clinics, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §3,16 Regional genetic counseling services, ch 170, §4

University of northern Iowa, ch 179, §8,9,13,34 Institute for decision-making, state institutions, human and physical resources, joint utiliza-

tion plan, study, ch 180, §30,33 Waste reduction center for the safe and economic management of solid waste and hazard-

ous substances, maintenance, ch 176, §46 University of osteopathic medicine and health sciences, forgivable student loans, physician loca-

tion initiatives, ch 179, §6 Utilities division, ch 175, §12 Utility costs, ch 178, §4 Utility shutoff or fuel shortage, families with dependent children, ch 172, §2 Vehicle dispatcher, ch 178, §5 Veterans affairs commission, ch 170, §6

Computerization of veterans' records, ch 169, §2 Veterans education, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Veterans home, ch 170, §6 Victim assistance grants, ch 171, §1 Victim compensation functions, justice department, ch 171, §1 Vital records modernization project, nonreversion, ch 55 Vocational agriculture youth organization, ch 179, §1 Vocational education, ch 179, §1,4,5,30,33,34

Federal grants, ch 168, §53 Vocational education act, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Vocational education administration, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Vocational education council, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Vocational rehabilitation division, ch 179, §1

Roof repair on building, ch 180, §26 Vocational rehabilitation, federal grants, ch 168, §53 Vocational-technical tuition grants, college student aid commission, ch 179, §21 Volunteer program for retired senior citizens, ch 170, §3 Volunteer services development and coordination, human services department, ch 172, §23 Volunteers, human services department, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §10,16,50 Wallace building, deck repair, ch 180, §30,33 Wallace technology transfer foundation, ch 167, §4

Iowa product development corporation, ch 167, §1 Warner/Imperial fund, energy conservation programs for low-income persons, ch 173, §1

APPR-AREA INDEX 576

APPROPRIATIONS- Continued Waste management assistance division, ch 176, §6 Waste reduction and minimization programs for Iowa industries, assistance to public and pri-

vate entities, ch 176, §46 Waste reduction center, university of northern Iowa, ch 176, §46 Water transportation, ch 169, §6,7 Welcome center program, ch 167, §1 Welfare reform initiative agreements, human services department and aid to dependent chil-

dren recipients, ch 172, §7 Well-elderly clinics, ch 170, §4 Winterizing homes, elderly persons, ch 170, §3 Witness fees and mileage, ch 171, §7 Women

See also name of specific program Birth defects and genetic counseling program, ch 170, §4 Domestic violence response enhancement program, ch 171, §1 Maternal and child health services, ch 170, §4 Maternal and child health services, federal block grant, ch 168, §3,16 Perinatal care program, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §3,16 Perinatal program, statewide, ch 170, §4 Rape prevention program, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §4,16 Status of women division, ch 170, §5 Substance abuse treatment, child care and prenatal services, federal grant moneys,

ch 168, §1,16 Woodward state hospital-school, ch 172, §15 Workers' compensation for state employees, ch 178, §25 Workforce coordinator, ch 167, §3 Work force investment program, ch 167, §1 Work-study program, college student aid commission, ch 179, §22 World food prize, ch 180, §61 Wrap-around services or support funds, group foster care stay, reduction, ch 172, §11,56 X-pert, federal grant, ch 168, §50 X-pert public assistance benefit eligibility determination system, ch 172, §24 Youth conservation corps work force, federal grant, ch 168, §51

AQUACULTURE Bait, see FISH AND FISHING

ARBITRATION Farmer-creditor disputes, mediation required, repeal delayed, ch 29; ch 171, §19,23,26 Livestock care and feeding contracts, farmers, mediation required, repeal delayed, ch 29;

ch 171, §20,26 Nuisance disputes, farmers, mediation required, repeal delayed, ch 29; ch 171, §20,26 Reorganization of school districts, division of assets and liabilities, ch 160, §10 Sanitary districts, disposition of property after annexation by city, ch 57, §2

ARCHITECTS Examining board, see ARCHITECTURAL EXAMINING BOARD

ARCHITECTURAL EXAMINING BOARD Officers, election and term, ch 5 Professional licensing revolving fund, general fund deposit, use and payment of related expenses,

ch 131, §1,24,28,31

AREA AGENCIES ON AGING Appropriations, matching of funds, ch 170, §3

AREA EDUCATION AGENCIES Administrators, terms of employment, termination, ch 32

577 INDEX AREA-ATTO

AREA EDUCATION AGENCIES- Continued Family support programs, phase III pay plans for teachers, ch 105, §2 Nonpublic school students, special education programs available, diagnostic services stricken,

ch 101, §101 Postsecondary enrollment costs, incomplete course, waiver of reimbursement, ch 117, §1 Reorganization of school districts, boundaries, territory exclusion, elections, ch 160, §5-8 School board vacancies, election, time limit extended, ch 67

AREA SCHOOLS See COMMUNITY COLLEGES

ARSON County sheriffs, investigations, authorized agencies, ch 100, §1 Investigators, weapons permits, ch 31

ARTS DIVISION Administrator, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

ASBESTOS Abatement, federal grant, ch 168, §53 School district projects, voter approval, deadline, ch 1, §8,14

ASSAULT Adult abuse, ch 76, §7 Domestic abuse, definition expanded, ch 157, §1 Sexual, acquired immune deficiency syndrome tests, convicted offender, counseling, records,

penalties, ch 140 Terrorism, crime expanded, penalty revised, ch 112 Victim counselors, see VICTIMS

ASSESSMENTS Special assessments, see SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS

ASSIGNMENTS Child support, medical support, health benefits, ch 78 Tax sale certificates of purchase, restriction, ch 73, §9,14

ASSUMPTION OF DEBTS See DEBTS

ATHLETICS Boxing, see BOXING Community colleges, see COMMUNITY COLLEGES Entry fees for participation and observation, sales tax imposed, ch 135, §1 Schools and school districts, see SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS

ATTACHMENTS Liens, see LIENS

ATTORNEY GENERAL Acquired immune deficiency syndrome tests, convicted sexual assault offenders, penalties,

enforcement, ch 140 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Attorney licenses, revocation or suspension, proceedings on petition, report required, ch 85, §4,5 Centralized employee registry, failure to report, enforcement, ch 79, §5 Child abuse information, unfounded, access, ch 76, §3 Child support obligations, enforcement, ch 79, §31,56 Child support public awareness campaign, transfer of funds, ch 172, §8 Claims against the state, processing and investigation costs, fees assessed, ch 180, §72 Clandestine laboratory sites, cleanup, actions, enforce payment, penalties, ch 141, §4 Consumer advocate, see CONSUMER ADVOCATE

A 'l'TO-BALL INDEX 578

ATTORNEY GENERAL-Continued Crime victim compensation program, see CRIME VICTIM COMPENSATION PROGRAM Energy fund disbursement council, assistance, ch 11 Ethics and campaign disclosure board, investigations, assistance, prosecution,

ch 163, §16-18,35,37 Family investment program violations, prosecution assistance, ch 97, §38 Farm mediation and legal assistance program, repeal delayed, ch 29; ch 171, §15,26 Judicial department officers and employees, disciplinary hearings, subpoena power, ch 85, §1,2 Loan brokers, regulation, rules, ch 60, §17 Membership camping contracts law, violations, remedies, ch 60, §25 Prosecuting attorneys training coordinator, ch 171, §16,17 Salary, ch 177, §4 Victim compensation functions, funding, ch 171, §1 Victim counselors, proceedings related to offenses, access, definitions, ch 166

ATTORNEY IN FACT Voting on behalf of absent voter, prohibited, ch 143, §31

ATTORNEYS AT LAW Court-appointed, delinquent fees and expenses, recovery, ch 110, §2-8,15-17; ch 171, §22 Criminal history records, access to client's, ch 115, §4,5 Delinquent debt recovery, assistance to county attorneys, ch 110, §2 GASA prosecuting attorney program, appropriation, ch 171, §1 Licenses, revocation or suspension, proceedings commenced by petition, ch 85, §4,5 Prosecuting attorneys, training coordinator, ch 171, §16,17 Prosecuting attorney training program, appropriation, ch 171, §1 Referee authorization, child support proceedings, ch 79, §30,56

AUDITORIUMS City auditoriums, acquisition by counties, bond issues, ch 180, §76

AUDITOR OF STATE Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS County recorder, document management fee accounts, audits, ch 151, §2 Federal block grant funds, audits, ch 168, §2,4-7,10 Full-time equivalent positions retained, ch 175, §1 Salary, ch 177, §4 State communications network fund and actions taken, comprehensive audit, ch 180, §82

AUDITORS, COUNTY See COUNTY AUDITORS

AUDITS DIVISION See INSPECTIONS AND APPEALS DEPARTMENT

AUTOMATED TELLER MACHINES See ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFERS

AUTOMOBILES See MOTOR VEHICLES

AUTOPSIES Sudden infant death syndrome, reimbursement, ch 170, §4

AVIATION See AIRCRAFT; AIRPORTS

BAIT See FISH AND FISHING

BALLOTS See ELECTIONS

579

BANKING BOARD See BANKING DIVISION

BANKING DEPARTMENT Code references changes, ch 175, §26

BANKING DIVISION Administrative rules, ch 96

INDEX BANK-BLIN

Administrative services trust fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,25,31 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Bank directors, resigned, terminated, or separated, jurisdiction of division, ch 28, §1,3 Banking board, financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 Code references changes, ch 175, §26 Expenditures, additional authorized, ch 175, §12 Revolving fund, general fund deposits, use, payment of expenses, ch 131, §1,22,28,31 Satellite terminals of financial institutions, establishment and operation, approval, ch 36 Superintendent of banking, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Thrift certificates, sales, rules, ch 96

BANKING SUPERINTENDENT See BANKING DIVISION

BANKS AND BANKING See also BANKING DIVISION Directors, resigned, terminated, or separated, jurisdiction of banking superintendent, ch 28, §1,3 Electronic funds transfers, see ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFERS Satellite terminals, see ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFERS Savings and loan associations, acquisition of, banking laws suspension extended, ch 28, §2

BEEF CATTLE PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION State agency requirements, exclusion, ch 102, §1

BEER See ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

BEES Importation, entry requirements, infestation, penalty, ch 21

BENEFITED DISTRICTS Open meetings of governmental bodies, minutes, votes of members, ch 25, §2

BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS See CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

BERTILLON SYSTEM Photographs required, ch 115, §2

BIRTH DEFECTS Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

BIRTHS Certificates

Children born out of wedlock, inoculations, ch 116 Paternity by affidavit, fee stricken, ch 79, §10

Paternity, see PATERNITY

BLIND, DEPARTMENT FOR Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Director, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Motor vehicles, unmarked law enforcement or security, ethanol sticker exemption, ch 26, §2,9 Packing material, renewable, use required, cost exception, ch 176, §38

BLIN-BROK INDEX 580

BLIND PERSONS Braille and sight saving school, see BRAILLE AND SIGHT SAVING SCHOOL WINTON) Department for, see BLIND, DEPARTMENT FOR School, state, see BRAILLE AND SIGHT SAVING SCHOOL (VINTON) Special education, see SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS

BLOCK GRANTS See FEDERAL FUNDS

BOARDS Agricultural commodity promotional boards, exclusion from state agency requirements, ch 102 Members' financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,35,37 Open meetings of governmental bodies, minutes, votes of members, ch 25, §2 Public policy advisory bodies, meetings open to public, ch 25, §1

BOATS AND VESSELS Alcoholic beverages licensees, purchases, restrictions, ch 91, §8 Boat registration fees, federal grant, ch 168, §46 Gambling on excursion boats, see GAMBLING Marine fuel tax fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,17,31 Navigation laws and water safety enforcement, transfer of funds from boating registration

fees to fish and game protection fund, ch 176, §10 Terrorism, crime expanded, penalty revised, ch 112

BONDS, DEBT OBLIGATIONS Aviation authorities, private sale, prices, ch 118 Cities, see CITIES Counties, see COUNTIES Records, preservation, limitation of actions, ch 89 Regents board, five-year building program, approval, ch 181 School districts, see SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS

BONDS, SURETY See SURETIES

BOOKS Schools, see SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS

BOUNDARIES Area education agencies, see AREA EDUCATION AGENCIES Iowa plane coordinate system, ch 50; ch 180, §78,85

BOXING Amateur, participants, maximum age, ch 15

BRAILLE AND SIGHT SAVING SCHOOL (VINTON I Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Postsecondary enrollment options, ch 69 Students, tuition and transportation costs, appropriation, ch 179, §8,9

BRAIN INJURIES Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS MI/MR/DD/BI service delivery system restructuring task force, continuation, ch 172, §46

BRIDGES Counties, replacement or realignment, county bridge construction fund, moneys credited,

ch 180, §75 Schwengel bridge, ch 133

BROKERS Loan brokers, regulation, ch 60, §13-22

581 INDEX BRUS-CABL

BRUSHY CREEK RECREATION AREA Advisory board, expenses incurred, reimbursement, ch 176, §41,51 Dam construction and water impoundment, allocations, limitation, ch 176, §24 Trail improvements, equestrian and pedestrian, campground permanence, lake shore develop-

ment, ch 176, §23,42,51

BUILDING CODES Accessibility standards, persons with disabilities, federal compliance, rules, enforcement, ch 95 Administrative rules, ch 95, §1,4 Elder group homes, code, compliance, ch 72, §3 Factory-built structures, moving, when renovation required, ch 154, §1

BUILDINGS Accessibility, persons with disabilities, standards, rules, ch 95 Codes, see BUILDING CODES Factory-built structures, moving, when renovation required, ch 154, §1 Multiple-dwelling units, accessibility, persons with disabilities, ch 95, §3,4 Terrorism, crime expanded, penalty revised, ch 112

BURIALS See DEAD PERSONS

BUSES Maximum length increased, ch 87, §7 Public transit, see PUBLIC TRANSIT School buses, see SCHOOL BUSES Speed restrictions, ch 47, §8-11,14

BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY See also ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Air contaminant sources, permits, enforcement, rules, noncompliance, civil and criminal penal-

ties, ch 137, §1,3,5 Buying clubs, ch 60, §1-5 Commercial pesticide applicators, peer review panel, violations, penalties, ch 130 Computers, acquisition or lease date, special tax valuation, ch 180, §12 Computers, special tax valuation, repealed, ch 180, §20 Cooperative associations, see COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATIONS Corporations, see CORPORATIONS Ethanol fuel industry, request for federal support, ch 185 Industrial new jobs training, priority of liens, exceptions, ch 180, §88,90,91 Iowa technology assistance program account, product development capital, ch 167, §10 Jobs training agreement with community college, acceptable as financing statement, ch 180, §89 Limited liability companies, see LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES Machines used in manufacturing, special tax valuation, repealed, ch 180, §20 Manufacturing machinery, acquisition or lease date, special tax valuation, ch 180, §12 Manufacturing technology program, community college contracts, ch 49, §6 Partnerships, see PARTNERSHIPS Recycling/reclamation, national expansion, marketing initiatives, appropriation, ch 176, §46 Small business, see SMALL BUSINESS Trade shows and missions, participation, financial assistance, ch 167, §1 Wallace technology transfer foundation board, membership, ch 49, §3,9 Waste incinerators, permits, moratorium, ch 120 Waste reduction and minimization programs, assistance to public and private entities, ch 176, §46

BUYING CLUBS Regulation of membership sales, ch 60, §1-5

CABLE TELEVISION See TELEVISION

CAMP-CATS INDEX 582

CAMPAIGN FINANCE General provisions, ch 142; ch 163, §28-38 Campaign finance disclosure commission, see CAMPAIGN FINANCE DISCLOSURE COM-

MISSION Campaign funds, use, ch 142, §11; ch 163, §34,35,37 Candidate's committees, see subhead Committees below Candidates for state office at special elections, contributions prohibition, applicability, ch 129 Committees

Contributions, expenditures, and indebtedness, ch 142, §1,2,4,6; ch 163, §29,35,37 Contributions from other committees, restrictions, ch 142, §10 Not domiciled in Iowa, requirements, ch 142, §5 Records, preservation period, ch 142, §4 Statement of purpose required, ch 142, §5 Treasurers, qualifications, ch 142, §4

Contributions Organizations not domiciled in Iowa, disclosure, ch 142, §5 Rendering or deposit to committee, ch 142, §4

Ethics and campaign finance board, see ETHICS AND CAMPAIGN DISCLOSURE BOARD Political committees, see subhead Committees above Political purpose defined, ch 142, §3 State moneys for political purposes, prohibition, ch 142, §8

CAMPAIGN FINANCE DISCLOSURE COMMISSION See also ETHICS AND CAMPAIGN DISCLOSURE BOARD Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Complaints procedure, ch 142, §7,13 Executive secretary, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Records database, computer equipment and software, appropriation, ch 175, §2 Repeal, ch 163, §35-38

CAMPING Membership camping contracts, violations, remedies, ch 60, §25

CANDIDATES See ELECTIONS

CAPITAL PROJECTS Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

CAPITOL Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Capitol security division, appropriation, ch 169, §3 Friends of capitol hill corporation, incorporated, ch 77 Smoking restrictions, ch 172, §54 Utility costs, appropriation, ch 178, §4

CAPITOL PLANNING COMMISSION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Friends of capitol hill corporation, incorporated, ch 77

CARRIERS Motor carriers, single state insurance registration system, participation, ch 174, §1,2 Railroads, see RAILROADS Special trucks for farm use, motor carrier safety regulations, exception, ch 47, §15

CARS See MOTOR VEHICLES

CATS Sterilization agreement, pounds or animal shelters, ownership transfer, ch 134

583 INDEX CATT-CHIL

CATTLE See also LIVESTOCK Beef cattle producers association, exclusion from state agency requirements, ch 102, §1

CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS See ACCOUNTANTS

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS Primary and preventive health care for children, renewable grants, ch 170, §4

CHARITIES Friends of capitol hill corporation, incorporated, ch 77 Sales proceeds, sales and use tax exemption, ch 135, §2

CHECKOFFS See INCOME TAXES

CHEROKEE MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTE See MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTES

CHILD ABUSE Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Definition, exposure to illegal drugs, ch 93, §2 Definition, mental injury, ch 76, §1 Information, access, interstate cooperation, expungement, ch 76, §3-6 Investigations, multidisciplinary teams, ch 64, §2,3; ch 172, §32,33,38,39,56 Parental rights, termination, grounds, ch 76, §2 School bus drivers, grounds for suspension, ch 127, §8 Victim counselors, see VICTIMS

CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES DIVISION Family investment program replaces aid to dependent children, ch 97, §24-28

CHILD CARE Day care, see DAY CARE Foster care, see FOSTER CARE State assisted

Eligibility, family income guidelines, ch 172, §6 Waiting list termination and reapplication, prioritization, ch 172, §6

Transitional and other child day care assistance, availability after employment, ch 97, §3,6,7

CHILD DEVELOPMENT COORDINATING COUNCIL Family resource centers, four-year grant program, development, ch 150

CHILD IN NEED OF ASSISTANCE Definition, exposure to illegal drugs, ch 93, §1

CHILDREN See also JUVENILES; MINORS; YOUTHS Abuse, see CHILD ABUSE Adolescent pregnancy prevention grants, ch 172, §12 Advocacy organizations, victim investigations, multidisciplinary teams, ch 64, §2,3 Aid to dependent children, see AID TO DEPENDENT CHILDREN fADCJ Aid to families with dependent children, see AID TO F AM/LIES WITH DEPENDENT

CHILDREN Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Assistance, see WELFARE REFORM Birth certificates, children born out of wedlock, inoculations, ch 116 Chemically exposed infants council, membership, ch 139, §6 Child abuse, see CHILD ABUSE Child care, see CHILD CARE Child support, see SUPPORT OF DEPENDENTS

CHIL-CITI

CHILDREN- Continued Computer initiative for schools, ch 162 Crippled children's program, ch 168, §3 Day care, see DAY CARE Domestic abuse, see DOMESTIC ABUSE

INDEX

Drivers, drug offense conviction, license revocation, ch 16, §6

584

Early and periodic screening, diagnosis, and treatment, medical assistance program, reimburse- ment rate increase, ch 172, §25

Exposure to illegal drugs, ch 93 Family resource centers, see FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS Foster care, see FOSTER CARE Handicapping conditions, chronic illnesses, welfare promotion, ch 168, §3 Integration of services with university of Iowa's mobile and regional child health specialty clinics,

ch 168, §3 Juvenile shelter care homes, reimbursed costs, ch 76, §15 Mobile and regional child health specialty clinics, social worker component, Sioux City, ch 170, §4 Parental rights, grounds for termination, neglect, felony conviction, ch 76, §2 Paternity, see PATERNITY Psychiatric medical institutions for, see PSYCHIATRIC MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS FOR

CHILDREN Sexual abuse victims, investigations, ch 64, §2,3 Special education, see SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS Support, see SUPPORT OF DEPENDENTS Well-child health care coverage, basic benefit policies, ch 34

CHILD SUPPORT See SUPPORT OF DEPENDENTS

CHILD WELFARE Aid to dependent children, see AID TO DEPENDENT CHILDREN (ADCJ Changes in, tracking information for future policymaking, ch 172, §11 Child welfare services, decategorization, demonstration program, fund, ch 172, §11,56

CHIROPRACTORS Children exposed to illegal drugs, test results, report, ch 93, §3 Crimes indicated by gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries, reports to law enforcement

agencies, ch 100, §2 Human immunodeficiency and hepatitis B viruses, transmission to patients, prevention,

ch 86, §11

CHMIS See COMMUNITY HEALTH MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (CHMISJ

CIGARETTES AND CIGARS Tax stamps, printing or manufacturing, appropriation, ch 180, §1,13

CITATIONS Ginseng, wild, harvesting, violations, penalty, ch 38

CITIES See also POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS Alcoholic beverage licenses and permits

Approval or disapproval, appeals and judicial review, ch 91, §10,11 Suspension, revocation, or penalty, appeal and judicial review, ch 91, §12

Annexation Sanitary districts compensated, ch 57, §2 Secondary roads, ch 152, §5 Voluntary or involuntary, ch 152

Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Arson investigations, see ARSON

585 INDEX

CITIES- Continued Aviation authority bonds and notes, private sales, prices, ch 118 Bonds and obligations, public, records, limitation of actions, ch 89 Building codes, see BUILDING CODES City development board, see CITY DEVELOPMENT BOARD Civil service

Appointments and promotion lists, reserve, ch 147, §3,6 Commissions, electronic voice recording devices, use, ch 147, §1 New classifications, ch 147, §4 Qualifications for appointment, ch 147, §4,5

CITI

Convention centers and veterans memorial auditoriums, acquisition, bond issues, ch 180, §76 Councils

Alcoholic beverage licenses and permits, approval, disapproval, suspension, appeals, and judi- cial review, ch 91

Records, limitation of actions, rules, ch 89 Critical infrastructure study committee, representation, ch 128 Curbs, accessibility, persons with disabilities, federal compliance, ch 95, §7 ,8 Development, ch 152 Drainage districts, unpaid rates and charges, certification and collection, ch 73, §13,14 Elections, see ELECTIONS Employees

Civil service, see subhead Civil Service above Fire departments and fire fighters, see subhead Fire Departments and Fire Fighters below Police departments and police officers, see subhead Police Departments and Police Officers

below Enterprises, unpaid rates and charges, lien certification administrative expense fee, ch 73, §4,14 Family homes, dispersal of locations, zoning requirements, ch 90, §4 Fire and police retirement system, see FIRE AND POLICE RETIREMENT SYSTEM Fire departments and fire fighters

Physical examinations for applicants for appointment, medical protocols, ch 147, §2 Qualifications for appointment, ch 147, §4

Franchises, ordinance text available to voters, ch 143, §49 Housing facilities for persons with physical disabilities, zoning, ch 90, §5 Incorporation, ch 152 Juvenile shelter care homes, reimbursed costs, ch 76, §15 League of Iowa municipalities, see LEAGUE OF IOWA MUNICIPALITIES Motor vehicles, unmarked law enforcement or security, ethanol sticker exemption, ch 26, §8,9 Natural lake preservation, matching funds, requirements, ch 180, §30,33 Open meetings of governmental bodies, minutes, votes of members, ch 25, §2 Police departments and police officers

Crimes indicated by gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries, reports, jurisdiction, ch 100, §2,3

Fingerprints and photographs, duty to take, expanded, sanctions, ch 115, §1,3 Physical examinations for applicants for appointment, medical protocols, ch 147, §2 Public offense reports, disposition reports, procedures, ch 115, §6 Qualifications for appointment, ch 147, §4 Victim counselors, proceedings related to offenses, access, definitions, ch 166

Property taxes, see PROPERTY TAXES Public transit assistance, federal grants, ch 168, §52 Records, preservation, limitation of actions, ch 89 Sanitary districts, annexation of, compensation and disposition of property, ch 57, §2 Schools, see SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS Secondary roads, annexation, ch 152, §5 Severance of territory, ch 152, §6 Special charter cities, election precinct consolidation authorized, ch 143, §14,16 Taxes, see PROPERTY TAXES Tax sales, see TAX SALES

CITI-COLL

CITIES- Continued Utilities

INDEX

Annexation of territory, fees, tax imposition, ch 152, §3,4,9,13 Cable communication and television systems included, ch 153 Unpaid rates and charges, lien certification administrative expense fee, ch 73, §4,14

Water districts, see WATER DISTRICTS Water quality and treatment, violations, civil penalty equivalents, ch 137, §8 Weapons permits, exemptions, ch 31 Wind energy conversion property, valuation for property taxation, ch 161, §2 Zoning, see ZONING

CITY DEVELOPMENT BOARD Appropriations, ch 167, §1 Duties, fees, rules, ch 152, §7 -12

CIVIC PROGRAMS Serve America program, federal grant, ch 168, §53

CIVIL RIGHTS Federal grant for, ch 168, §53

CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Director, salary, ch 177, §6,8

CIVIL SERVICE Cities, see CITIES

CLAIMS Against state, processing and investigation costs, fees assessed, ch 180, §72 Tort claims, see TORTS

CLANDESTINE LABORATORY SITES See LABORATORIES

CLARINDA CORRECTIONAL FACILTY See CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES

CLARINDA MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTE See MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTES

CLERKS OF DISTRICT COURT See DISTRICT COURT

CLUBS AND LODGES Buying clubs, regulation of membership sales, ch 60, §1-5

CLUSTER BOARDS, COUNTY Emergency relief, ch 54, §6-8,13 Social welfare boards, replacement, ch 54

CODE OF IOWA Campaign finance disclosure commission references changed, ch 163, §38 Commerce department, changes, codification instructions, ch 175, §26 Funds, deposit and use of designated moneys in general flJnd, amendment instruction,

ch 131, §30,31 Health benefit plans for employers and groups, codification instructions, ch 80, §20 Real property transfers disclosure statements law, codification, ch 30, §11

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING School district employees, reorganization, bargaining deadlines changed, ch 160, §11

586

587

COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES See also REGENTS, BOARD OF

INDEX

Area schools, see COMMUNITY COLLEGES Community colleges, see COMMUNITY COLLEGES

COLL-COMM

Iowa association of independent colleges and universities, Wallace technology transfer founda- tion board, membership, ch 49, §3,9

Iowa state university of science and technology, see IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY fAMES)

Iowa technology assistance program account, product development capital, ch 167, §10 Postsecondary enrollment costs, reimbursement, federal guidelines, ch 117, §1,2 Postsecondary enrollment options, schools for the deaf and braille and sight saving school, ch 69 Regents institutions, see REGENTS, BOARD OF State universities, see REGENTS, BOARD OF Students, state scholarship program, eligibility, ch 179, §20 University of Iowa, see UNIVERSITY OF IOWA (!OWA CITY) University of northern Iowa, see UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN IOWA (CEDAR FALLS)

COLLEGE STUDENT AID COMMISSION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Executive director, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Scholarship program, student eligibility, ch 179, §20,31 University of osteopathic medicine and health sciences, forgivable student loans and initiative

to direct physicians to shortage areas, appropriations, ch 179, §6

COMMERCE DEPARTMENT Administrative services to divisions, coordination, ch 175, §12 Administrative services trust fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,25,31 Alcoholic beverages division, see ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES DIVISION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Banking division, see BANKING DIVISION Code reference changes, ch 175, §26 Credit union division, see CREDIT UNION DIVISION Director

Appointment rotation among division heads, ch 175, §20 Salary, ch 177, §6,8

Industrial services division, see INDUSTRIAL SERVICES DIVISION Insurance division, see INSURANCE DIVISION Job service division, see JOB SERVICE DIVISION Labor services division, see LABOR SERVICES DIVISION Professional licensing and regulation division, see PROFESSIONAL LICENSING AND REGU-

LATION DIVISION Utilities division, see UTILITIES DIVISION

'COMMISSIONS See BOARDS

COMMITTEES See BOARDS

COMMODITIES Agricultural commodity promotional boards, exclusion from state agency requirements, ch 102

COMMUNICATIONS Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Cable television, see TELEVISION Iowa communications network project, construction and financial status report, ch 178, §3 Public broadcasting, see PUBLIC BROADCASTING DIVISION Schools, computer capabilities, ch 162 State communications network fund and actions taken, comprehensive audit, ch 180, §82

COMM INDEX 588

COMMUNICATIONS- Continued State communications network, procurement and maintenance costs and construction, ch 179, §16 Telecommunications services provided by general services department, savings, use, ch 178, §3 Telephones, see TELEPHONES AND TELEPHONE COMPANIES Television, see TELEVISION

COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCIES Board membership, ch 56

COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCIES DIVISION Administrator

Energy fund disbursement council member, energy conservation trust, ch 11 Salary, ch 177, §6,8

Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Energy conservation programs for low-income persons, funding alternatives, delivery, effec-

tiveness, report, ch 173, §1

COMMUNITY AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT DIVISION Appropriations, ch 167, §1

COMMUNITY-BASED PROGRAMS AND SERVICES Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

COMMUNITY COLLEGES Accreditation and approval standards, ch 82 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Athletics added to program, rules, deadline, repealed, ch 82, §4 By-products and waste exchange system, competitive grants program, participants, ch 176, §46 Correctional facilities inmates, vocational training opportunities, enhancement, ch 171, §12 Developmental education, ch 101, §203 Elections, time of canvass, ch 35 Equipment replacement tax levy, additional, ch 6 Evaluator license, exemption, ch 82, §9 Excellence 2000 account, appropriation, ch 179, §19 Funding formula, education department study, report, ch 101, §208 Jobs training agreement, acceptable as financing statement, ch 180, §89 Job training fund

Appropriation, ch 167, §1 Supervision, ch 180, §44

Manufacturing technology program, contracts, ch 49, §6 Motor vehicles, unmarked law enforcement or security, ethanol sticker exemption, ch 26, §3,9 Postsecondary enrollment costs, reimbursement, federal guidelines, ch 117, §1,2 Postsecondary enrollment options, school for the deaf and braille and sight saving school, ch 69 School-to-work transition system, development, objectives, ch 97, §13 Small business and industrial new jobs training, priority of liens, exceptions, ch 180, §88,90,91 Small business new jobs training program, allocation of funds, ch 180, §45 Staff development program, repealed, ch 179, §32 Teachers, oral communication competence, annual student evaluation, ch 82, §3 Wallace technology transfer foundation board, membership, ch 49, §3,9

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Business startup, solvency, or expansion, development bank or entity, creation and funding

by nonprofit corporation, ch 180, §43,46 Rural development, see RURAL DEVELOPMENT State institutions, physical and human resources, joint utilization plan, study, ch 180, §30,33

COMMUNITY HEALTH MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM ICHMISI Development, legislative findings, recommendations, study, ch 62

589 INDEX COMM-CONG

COMMUNITY LIVING Mentally ill and homeless, appropriation, matching federal funds, ch 172, §16

COMMUNITY SERVICES Community-based substance abuse treatment, medical assistance program, technical assistance

for increased federal funding, study, report, ch 180, §70

COMPANIES Corporations, see CORPORATIONS Limited liability companies, see LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES

COMPENSATION Crime victims, see CRIME VICTIM COMPENSATION PROGRAM Minimum wage law enforcement, ch 180, §53 State officials and employees, ch 177 Unemployment compensation, see UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION Workers' compensation, see WORKERS' COMPENSATION

COMPETITION Enforcement of law, appropriation, ch 171, §1,26

COMPUTERS Community health management information system, study, ch 62 Computer initiative and educational technology consortium, appropriation, ch 180, §64 Criminal history data and records, ch 115, §7 ,8 Students, access, educational technology consortium established, ch 162 Tax valuation, acquisition or lease date, ch 180, §12 Textbooks and book substitutes, services for nonpublic school pupils, definition, ch 63 Vital records modernization project, ch 55

CONDEMNATION See EMINENT DOMAIN

CONFIDENTIAL COMMUNICATIONS AND RECORDS See also PUBLIC RECORDS; RECORDS Acquired immune deficiency syndrome tests, convicted sexual assault offenders, victims, records

of hearings, ch 140 Arrest reports, disposition data, removal from computer, ch 115, §7 Bonds and obligations, public, records, limitation of actions, ch 89 Child abuse information, expungement, ch 76, §5,6 Child support recovery, access to information, state agencies, centralized employee registry,

ch 79, §2,7,31-33,57 Criminal history data, definition, ch 115, §8 Criminal history records, public safety department, accessibility, ch 115, §2-5 Ethics complaints, investigations, records, limitations, rules, ch 163, §12,16,35,37 Family investment agreement and jobs program information, disclosure by human services

department, ch 97, §3,6-8 Law enforcement agency personnel, wounds by criminal violence, exception, ch 100, §2,3 Medical records, release to substitute medical decision-making boards, immunity, ch 139, §2,3 Patients, indigents, refused medical care, reports, ch 70, §7

CONFLICTS OF INTEREST Public employees, ch 163, §2,35,37

CONGRESS See also FEDERAL FUNDS; UNITED STATES Representatives, United States, nominations for candidates, petitions, signature requirements

and form, ch 143, §8 Senators, United States, nominations for candidates, petitions, signature requirements and

form, ch 143, §8

CONS-CONV INDEX 590

CONSERVATION Employment, temporary, preference given by natural resources department, ch 176, §21 Energy, see ENERGY Iowa conservation corps programs, apprenticeship opportunities, ch 180, §39 Loess hills development and conservation authority, fund, ch 136 Water, Lewis and Clark rural water system, federal funds, negotiations, ch 27 Wildlife, see WILDLIFE Youth conservation corps, appropriation, ch 167, §1 Youth conservation corps work force, federal grant, ch 168, §51

CONSERVATORS AND CONSERV ATORSHIPS Conservatorships liable for medical assistance debts, state collection action, ch 106, §9 Minors or mentally incompetent dependents, workers' compensation cases, appointments, re-

ports, ch 70, §5,6

CONSTITUTION, IOWA Amendments, canvass of vote, certification to Code editor, ch 143, §19 Hunting, fishing, and trapping license fees and other funds, expenditure restricted, constitu-

tional amendment proposed, ch 184

CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS Registration, labor services division, administration of laws, ch 180, §53,58 Road construction zone, signs, violations, scheduled fine increase, ch 114

CONSUMER ADVOCATE Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 Salary, ch 177, §5,6,8

CONSUMER CREDIT CODE Delinquency charges for transactions, maximum, ch 124

CONSUMER FRAUD Enforcement and education, appropriation, ch 171, §1,26

CONTAINERS See PACKAGING

CONTEMPTS Child support orders, willful failure to pay, ch 79, §25-29 Domestic abuse assault, hearings, sentencing, ch 157, §5,7,11,12

CONTRACTS Buying clubs, see BUYING CLUBS Organic nutrient management program systems in exchange for financial incentives, ch 176, §14 Residential service contracts, see RESIDENTIAL SERVICE CONTRACTS

CONTRIBUTIONS Candidates and election campaigns, see CAMPAIGN FINANCE

CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES Children exposed to illegal drugs, ch 93 Clandestine laboratory sites, cleanup, ch 141 Marijuana control, federal grant, ch 168, §48 Offenders, motor vehicle license suspension and revocation, ch 16; ch 87, §4

CONVEYANCES Filing and recording, recorder's office abolished, duties transferred, ch 148 Instrument of real estate interest, priority over liens from industrial or small business new

jobs training, exceptions, ch 180, §91 Jobs training agreements between employer and community college as instruments affecting

real estate, ch 180, §90 Spouse failing to join, limitation of recovery actions, ch 14

591

COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATIONS Agents, registered, ch 126, §19-21

INDEX

Articles of incorporation, registered agent's name and address, ch 126, §15 Dissolution, administrative, ch 126, §23-26,35

COOP-CORP

Electric generation and transmission cooperative associations, membership classes, ch 94 Foreign associations, fees for transacting business, ch 126, §18 Incorporation, articles of, registered agent's name and address, ch 126, §15 Offices, registered, ch 126, §19,20 Reinstatement of administratively dissolved association, ch 126, §25,26 Reports, annual, fee stricken, ch 126, §16,17 Service of process, ch 126, §22

CORPORATIONS Consolidation, resident agent appointment filing, ch 126, §11 Cooperative associations, see COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATIONS Dissolved administratively

Reinstatement, tax delinquency or liability satisfaction, ch 126, §7 ,8 Waiting period for reinstatement, ch 17

Fees, ch 126, §10,35 Foreign corporations, chapter repealed, ch 126, §1-5,9,11-14,17,36 Incorporation fees, ch 126, §10,35 Merger, resident agent appointment filing, ch 126, §11 Nonprofit corporations, see CORPORATIONS, NONPROFIT Railroads, see RAILROADS Stock

Foreign public utility corporations, violations, applicable provisions stricken, ch 126, §14 Issuance, exception, ch 126, §12 Unclaimed, presumption of abandonment, ch 178, §33,34

Utilities, foreign corporations operating Permit requirement stricken, ch 126, §13 Violations, applicable provisions stricken, ch 126, §14

CORPORATIONS, NONPROFIT Agents, registered, change statement, recording with county recorder requirement stricken,

ch 109, §3 Articles of incorporation

Articles of amendment, filing and recording with county recorder, requirement stricken, ch 109, §6

Filing and recording with county recorder, requirement stricken, ch 109, §4 Restated articles, filing and recording with county recorder, requirement stricken, ch 109, §7

Business startup, solvency or expansion, development bank or entity, creation and funding, ch 180, §43,46

Consolidation, articles of, filing and recording with county recorder, requirement stricken, ch 109, §8

Correctional facilities, leased, private industry employment, subcontracts, ch 46, §7 ,13 Dissolution

Administrative, ch 126, §27 -30 Articles and decrees of dissolution, filing and recording with county recorder, requirement

stricken, ch 109, §9,10 Documents, filing and recording with county recorder, requirement stricken, ch 109, §5 Existing corporations, adopting new law, instrument filing and recording with county recorder,

requirement stricken, ch 109, §13 Foreign corporations, registered offices and agents, change, certification notice, filing and record-

ing with county recorder, requirement stricken, ch 109, §11 Friends of capitol hill corporation, incorporated, ch 77 Housing facilities for persons with physical disabilities, ch 90, §1 Incorporation, articles of, see subhead Articles of Incorporation above Merger, articles of, filing and recording with county recorder, requirement stricken, ch 109, §8

CORP-CORR INDEX 592

CORPORATIONS, NONPROFIT- Continued Offices, registered, change statement, recording with county recorder requirement stricken,

ch 109, §3 Political contributions received, use and disclosure of expenditures, ch 142, §9 Reinstatement

Administratively dissolved corporations, ch 126, §29,30 Certificate, filing and recording with county recorder, requirement stricken, ch 109, §12

CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Buildings, lease provisions, private industry employment of inmates, ch 46, §7,13 Correctional release center (Newton), ch 46, §5 Educational programs, appropriation, ch 179, §1 Inmates

Comparable opportunities, ch 171, §4 Elderly and infirm, community-based placements, development, ch 171, §10 Fingerprints and photographs, when required, criminal history records, sanctions, ch 115, §2,3 Literacy requirement, ch 171, §4 Minors, majority deemed attained during incarceration, ch 46, §2 Money, furnished, limitations, ch 46, §11 Parole, see PAROLE Probation, see PROBATION Status review plans, annual, ch 98, §2 Tort claims, funds and appeals, ch 171, §4 Unemployment compensation, ineligibility, ch 46, §7 Violations, parole, probation, or work release, confinement facility, ch 46, §6,9,10,12 Vocational training opportunities, enhancement, ch 171, §12 Witness fees, applied toward restitution, ch 46, §3 Workers' compensation, eligibility, ch 46, §1,7 Work release, see WORK RELEASE

Legislation, correctional impact statements, ch 171, §13,14 Medical and classification center (Oakdale), fingerprints and Bertillon photographs, required,

criminal history records, sanctions, ch 115, §2,3 Records, libraries and information services division, access, ch 48, §54 Violator facility, parole, probation, or work release violators, ch 46, §6,9,10,12 Vocational training opportunities enhancement, ch 171, §12 Work release or OWl violators, transportation costs reimbursed, ch 46, §9

CORRECTIONAL RELEASE CENTER INEWTONI See CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES DEPARTMENTS Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Automated data system, development, ch 171, §9 Job training and development grant programs, continued, ch 171, §6 Parole and probation officers, mental fitness standards, ch 171, §21 Probation and parole violators, treatment and supervision, report, ch 171, §6 Treatment alternatives to street crime programs, continued, ch 171, §6 Victim counselors, proceedings related to offenses, access, definitions, ch 166

CORRECTIONS DEPARTMENT See also CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES Administrative rules, ch 98, §1 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Automated data system, development, ch 171, §9 Board, membership, ch 46, §4 Chemically exposed infants council, membership, ch 139, §6 Community-based placements for elderly and infirm inmates, development, ch 17~, §10

593 INDEX CORR-COUN

CORRECTIONS DEPARTMENT- Continued Correctional services departments, see CORRECTIONAL SERVICES DEPARTMENTS Corrections system review task force consultants' reports implementation, report, ch 171, §4 Director, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Educational program for correctional system, implementation, report, ch 171, §4 Electronic monitoring equipment rental contracts continued, ch 171, §6 Facilities, see CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES HIV-related tests, convicted sexual assault offenders, records, ch 140 Inmates, see CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES Job training and development grant programs, continued, ch 171, §6 Minors, custody of, ch 46, §2 OWl facilities continued, ch 171, §6 Packing material, renewable, required use, cost exception, ch 176, §48 Parole board, see PAROLE BOARD Prison industries advisory board, private industry employment of inmates, agreements, duties,

ch 46, §7,13 State institutions, physical and human resources, joint utilization plan, study, ch 180, §30,33 Treatment alternatives to street crime programs, continued, ch 171, §6 Vocational training opportunities within correctional institutions, ch 171, §12 Work release program, see WORK RELEASE

COSMETICS Offenses, motor vehicle license suspension and revocation, ch 16; ch 87, §4

COSMETOLOGISTS See COSMETOLOGY ARTS AND SCIENCES PRACTITIONERS

COSMETOLOGY ARTS AND SCIENCES PRACTITIONERS Cosmetologists impersonating electrologists, estheticians, nail technologists, violations,

ch 61, §3 Sample applications, demonstrations, prohibition excluded, ch 61, §2 School of cosmetology arts and sciences, definition, exclusion, ch 61, §1

COSTS Court costs, see COURTS

COUNCIL OF STATE GOVERNMENTS Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

COUNCIL ON HUMAN INVESTMENT See HUMAN INVESTMENT COUNCIL

COUNCILS OF GOVERNMENTS Appropriation, ch 167, §1 By-products and waste exchange system, competitive grants program, participants, ch 176, §46

COUNSELORS Mental health counselors, see MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELORS Victim counselors, see VICTIMS

COUNTIES See also POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS Agricultural land values, determination, crop productivity statistics, ch 176, §1 Alcoholic beverage licenses and permits

Approval or disapproval, appeals and judicial review, ch 91, §10,11 Suspension, revocation, or penalty, appeal and judicial review, ch 91, §12

Arson investigations, see ARSON Association of counties, see IOWA STATE ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES Attorneys, see COUNTY ATTORNEYS Aviation authority bonds and notes, private sales, prices, ch 118 Boards of supervisors, see COUNTY BOARDS OF SUPERVISORS

COUN INDEX 594

COUNTIES- Continued Bonds, debt obligations, city convention centers and veterans memorial auditoriums, acquisi-

tion, bond issues, ch 180, §76 Bridges, realignment or replacement, county bridge construction fund, moneys credited,

ch 180, §75 Building codes, see BUILDING CODES Clandestine laboratory sites, cleanup, lien extensions, ch 141, §4 Cluster boards, replace social welfare boards, ch 54 Courts, see DISTRICT COURT Critical infrastructure study committee, representation, ch 128 Drainage districts, unpaid rates and charges, certification and collection, ch 73, §5,13,14 Elections, see ELECTIONS Emergency medical services

Equipment, matching funds, education and training grants, ch 58, §1 Personnel, appropriation, ch 170, §4

Enterprises, unpaid rates and charges, certification, administrative expense for lien, and col- lection, ch 73, §1,5,14

Family homes, dispersal of locations, zoning requirements, ch 90, §2 Family investment program violations, prosecutions, ch 97, §35,36,38,39 Health boards, see HEALTH BOARDS, LOCAL Healthy Iowans 2000, Iowa community nutrition coalition, involvement goals, ch 170, §4 Highways, see HIGHWAYS Home care aide program for prevention of institutionalization, allocation of funds, ch 170, §4 Housing facilities for persons with physical disabilities, zoning, ch 90, §3 Human services appropriations, allocations, charges, local services purchases, and funding plans,

ch 172 Improvements, unpaid rates and charges, certification, ch 73, §2,14 Judicial department offices within, telephone systems for, ch 171, §7 Juvenile detention homes, see JUVENILE DETENTION HOMES Juvenile shelter care homes, reimbursed costs, ch 76, §15 Land preservation, agricultural areas, creation or expansion, ch 146 Medical examiners, burial-transit permit, issuance, ch 139, §5 Mental health, mental retardation, and developmental disabilities individual case management

services, provider change, ch 172, §31 Mentally ill persons, involuntary hospitalization, advocates, appointing authority, ch 83 Motor vehicles, unmarked law enforcement or security, ethanol sticker exemption, ch 26, §7,9 Natural lake preservation, matching funds, requirements, ch 180, §30,33 Officers, see COUNTY OFFICERS Open meetings of governmental bodies, minutes, votes of members, ch 25, §2 Property taxes, see PROPERTY TAXES Public health nursing program, institutionalization of elderly, prevention, allocations, sliding

fee scale, ch 170, §4 Registrar, burial-transit permit, issuance, ch 139, §5 Sanitary districts, see SANITARY DISTRICTS Secondary roads, annexation by cities, ch 152, §5 Social welfare boards, abolished, ch 54 Structured fines pilot program, expanded, extended, ch 81 Sudden infant death syndrome autopsies, reimbursements, ch 170, §4 Supervisors, see COUNTY BOARDS OF SUPERVISORS Tama, Indian settlement, deputy sheriff, appropriation, ch 180, §18 Taxes, see PROPERTY TAXES Tax sales, see TAX SALES Vital records modernization project, electronic linkage, ch 55 Water districts, see WATER DISTRICTS Water quality and treatment, violations, civil penalty equivalents, ch 137, §8 Wind energy conversion property, valuation for property taxation, ch 161, §2 Zoning, see ZONING

595 INDEX

COUNTY ATTORNEYS Campaign finance disclosure commission orders, review, ch 142, §12 Child victims, investigations, multidisciplinary teams, ch 64, §2,3

COUN

Clandestine laboratory sites, cleanup, actions, enforce payment, penalties, ch 141, §4 Delinquent debt recovery, procedures, duties, ch 110, §2-8,15-17; ch 171, §22 Domestic abuse, legal assistance, ch 157, §2 Ethics and campaign disclosure board reports, review, ch 163, §32,35,37 Ethics law violations, complaints filed, investigations, assistance, prosecutions,

ch 163, §10,16-18,35,37 Family investment programs, violations, prosecutions, ch 97, §35,36,38,39 Investigations of gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries indicating crime, report required,

ch 100, §3 Part-time, retirement accounts, federal compliance, ch 44, §12 Public offense disposition reports, required, procedures, ch 115, §6 Sexual assault victims, representation, acquired immune deficiency syndrome tests of convicted

offenders, ch 140 Victim counselors, proceedings related to offenses, access, definitions, ch 166

COUNTY AUDITORS Abolition of county recorder's office, duties transferred to auditor, ch 148 County recorder, document management fee accounts, audits, ch 151, §2 Duties, board of supervisors' bonds, ch 70, §4,9 Elections, contested, party to dispute, ch 70, §1,9 School districts, deadlines, budget protest, property tax levy increase, ch 1, §1,3,14

COUNTY BOARDS OF SUPERVISORS Agricultural areas, duties, ch 146, §3-6 Alcoholic beverage licenses and permits, approval, disapproval, suspension, appeals, and judi-

cial review, ch 91 Annexation, incorporation, or severance by cities, records, ch 152, §4,6,9 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Bonds, ch 70, §3,4,9 Cluster boards, see CLUSTER BOARDS, COUNTY Community college merged area elections, time of canvass, ch 35 District courts, domestic relations division, ch 54, §11,13 Elder group homes, zoning, ch 72, §7 Election, see ELECTIONS Emergency relief provisions, county cluster boards, ch 54, §6-8,13 Loess hills development and conservation authority, appointment of members, ch 136, §1 Mentally ill persons, involuntary hospitalization, advocates appointing authority, ch 83 School districts, finance deadlines extended, ch 1, §13,14 Secondary roads, annexation by cities, ch 152, §5

COUNTY OFFICERS Abolition of county recorder's office, duties transferred to county auditor, ch 148 Attorneys, see COUNTY ATTORNEYS Auditors, see COUNTY AUDITORS Election, see ELECTIONS Recorders, see COUNTY RECORDERS Sheriffs, see COUNTY SHERIFFS Supervisors, see COUNTY BOARDS OF SUPERVISORS Treasurers, see COUNTY TREASURERS

COUNTY RECORDERS Abolition of office, duties transferred to county auditor, ch 148 Annexation, incorporation, or severance by cities, records, ch 152, §4,6,12 Clandestine laboratory sites, notice of lien, fees, ch 141, §4 Document management fees, establishment, accounts, audits, purposes and intent, ch 151

COUN-COUR

COUNTY RECORDERS- Continued Instruments recorded, ch 109

INDEX 596

Public records preservation and maintenance, access, working group established, purposes and intent, ch 151

COUNTY SHERIFFS Arson investigations, authorized agencies, ch 100, §1 Crimes indicated by gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries, reports, jurisdiction, ch 100, §2,3 Deputy for Tama Indian settlement, appropriation, ch 180, §18 Fingerprints and photographs, duty to take, expanded, sanctions, ch 115, §1,3 Mobile homes and property abandonment actions, notice publication, and sale proceeds dispo-

sition, ch 154, §9 Public offense reports, disposition reports, procedures, ch 115, §6 Victim counselors, proceedings related to offenses, access, definitions, ch 166

COUNTY SOCIAL WELFARE BOARDS Abolished, ch 54

COUNTY SUPERVISORS See COUNTY BOARDS OF SUPERVISORS

COUNTY TREASURERS City enterprises and utilities, unpaid rates and charges, lien certification administrative expense,

ch 73, §4,14 County enterprises and improvements, unpaid rates and charges, lien certification, ch 73, §1,2,14 Drainage districts, unpaid rates and charges, certification and collection, ch 73, §13,14 Elections, contested, duties, ch 70, §1,2,9 Handicapped identification devices, issuance, pilot project, ch 169, §14,21 Motor vehicle licenses, issuance, pilot project, ch 169, §14,21 Motor vehicles, transfer of registration and certificate of title, security interest, ch 47, §1,2 Nonoperator's identification cards, issuance, pilot project, ch 169, §14,21 Tax sales, see TAX SALES

COURT ADMINISTRATOR, STATE See JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

COURT INTERPRETERS See INTERPRETERS

COURT OF APPEALS Cash payments, ch 177, §1 Judges, salaries, appropriation, ch 171, §8 Salary rate limits, ch 177, §2

COURT REPORTERS See SHORTHAND REPORTERS

COURTS See also JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Costs, fees, and restitution, delinquent, recovery, proceedings, ch 110, §2-8,15-17; ch 171, §22 Court administrator, state, see JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT Court of appeals, see COURT OF APPEALS Criminal procedure, rules, see RULES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE Defendants, community service option in lieu of fine, ch 110, §12,14,15 District court, see DISTRICT COURT Equality in the courts task force, recommendations implementation, ch 171, §1 Federal courts, drug and controlled substance violations, notice to transportation department,

ch 16, §1,2,12 Filing deadlines, extension for closing of clerk's office, ch 9 Interest charges on unpaid fines, ch 110, §13

597

COURTS- Continued Interpreters, see INTERPRETERS Judges, see JUDGES

INDEX

Judicial retirement fund, appropriation, ch 177, §3 Juries, see JURIES

COUR-CRIM

Justices, judges, and magistrates, cash payments and salary rate limits, ch 177, §1,2 Juvenile court, see JUVENILE COURT Magistrates, see MAGISTRATES Minors, motor vehicle license altered to obtain alcohol, adjudication order forwarded, ch 164, §3 Needs evaluation, report, ch 171, §7 Probate court, see PROBATE COURT Small claims, see SMALL CLAIMS Substance abuse treatment program, receiver appointment, ch 139, §1 Supreme court, see SUPREME COURT Testimony, see TESTIMONY Trials, see TRIALS Victim counselors, proceedings related to offenses, access, definitions, discovery, limitations,

ch 166

COYOTES Hunting, radio transmitters, restricted use, ch 119

CPA'S See ACCOUNTANTS

CREDIT Consumer credit, see CONSUMER CREDIT CODE

CREDIT CARDS Loan brokers, regulation, ch 60, §13-22

CREDITORS See DEBTORS AND CREDITORS

CREDIT SERVICES ORGANIZATIONS Regulation, ch 60, §23

CREDIT UNION DEPARTMENT Code references changes, ch 175, §26

CREDIT UNION DIVISION Administrative services trust fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,25,31 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Code references changes, ch 175, §26 Credit union review board, financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 Expenditures, additional authorized, ch 175, §12 Revolving fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, availability of general fund for pay-

ment of related expenses, ch 131, §1,23,28,31 Satellite terminals of financial institutions, establishment and operation, approval, ch 36 Superintendent of credit unions, salary, ch 177, §6,8

CREDIT UNION REVIEW BOARD See CREDIT UNION DIVISION

CREDIT UNIONS See also CREDIT UNION DIVISION Electronic funds transfers, see ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFERS Satellite terminals, see ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFERS

CRIMES See also FELONIES; MISDEMEANORS

CRIM INDEX 598

CRIMES- Continued Air contaminant sources, general, operating, construction, and required permits, violations,

civil and criminal penalties, ch 137, §5 Air quality standards violations, criminal penalties, ch 137, §5 Arson, see ARSON Child victims, investigations, multidisciplinary teams, ch 64, §2,3 Drive-by shootings, terrorism, crime expanded, penalty revised, ch 112 Gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries indicating crimes, investigations, reports, ch 100, §2,3 Hate crimes, see HATE CRIMES Intermediate criminal sanctions task force, ch 171, §11 Legislation, correctional impact statements, ch 171, §13 Minors, motor vehicle license altered to obtain alcohol, ch 164 Sexual assault, acquired immune deficiency syndrome tests, convicted offenders, ch 140 Statistics of crimes, disposition reports, ch 115, §6 Terrorism, see TERRORISM Victims, see VICTIMS

CRIME VICTIM COMPENSATION PROGRAM Child abuse information, unfounded, access by justice department, ch 76, §3 Inmates, witness fees applied toward, ch 46, §3 Mental health care, allowable charges, limitation increased, ch 104 Sexual assault victims, acquired immune deficiency syndrome, tests of convicted offenders,

ch 140

CRIMINAL AND JUVENILE JUSTICE PLANNING DIVISION Administrator, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Intermediate criminal sanctions task force, ch 171, §11 Planning and advisory councils, coordination, ch 170, §5 Structured fines pilot program, expanded, extended, ch 81

CRIMINAL HISTORY AND INTELLIGENCE DATA Access by person or person's attorney to own records, ch 115, §4,5 Arrest reports, disposition data, removal from computer, ch 115, §7,8 Definition, ch 115, §8 Tribal gaming background investigations or licensing, ch 53, §8,9

CRIMINAL IDENTIFICATION BUREAU Arrest reports, disposition data, removal from computer, ch 115, §7 Criminal history data, definition, ch 115, §8

CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

CRIMINAL JUSTICE Children exposed to illegal drugs, intrauterine, tests, prosecution, ch 93, §3

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE Appeals from district court, legal counsel on, indigency determination, ch 175, §23 Defendants, criminal trials, rights during closed circuit testimony of minors, ch 64, §1,3 Deferred judgments and sentences, structured fines pilot program, ch 81 Felonies, classes "C" and "D", minimum fines, ch 110, §9 Fingerprints and photographs, taking, when required, expanded, sanctions, ch 115, §1,3 Indigent legal assistance, see INDIGENT PERSONS Intermediate criminal sanctions task force, ch 171, §11 Legislation, correctional impact statements, ch 171, §13,14 Misdemeanors, fines, penalties, imprisonment, limitations, ch 110, §10 Postconviction procedure, see POSTCONVICTION PROCEDURE Pretrial release, domestic abuse assault, no-contact provisions, ch 157, §8,10 Public offense reports, disposition reports, procedures, ch 115, §6

599 INDEX

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE- Continued Rules, see RULES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE Sentencing, domestic abuse assault, ch 157, §7,9,11,12 Testimony, minors, closed circuit television, ch 64, §1,3

CRIMINALS City fire and police departments, ban from appointment, ch 147, §4 Voter registration cancellation for felony convictions, notices, ch 143, §13

CROPS Ginseng, wild, harvesting time, violation, ch 38 Insurance, multiperil, cancellation, ch 88, §17 Productivity statistics, agricultural land values determined, ch 176, §1

CULTURAL AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Arts division, see ARTS DIVISION Data center, state, transferred to education department, ch 48, §21,22,55 Director, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Historical division, see HISTORICAL DIVISION Historical society, state, see HISTORICAL SOCIETY, STATE Library compact, transferred to education department, ch 48, §33-36,56 Library division, transferred to education department, ch 48 Plum Grove transferred to, ch 176, §6; ch 179, §15

CRIM-DAY

Public broadcasting division, transferred to education department, ch 48, §37 -50,55 Regional library system, transferred to education department, ch 48, §23-32,56 Terrace Hill commission, transferred to general services department, ch 48, §4,48,55,58

CURBS Persons with disabilities, accessibility, federal requirements, ch 95, §7,8

CUSTODIANS Children exposed to illegal drugs, child abuse, child in need of assistance, ch 93, §1,2 Minors

Postsecondary enrollment costs, incomplete course, responsible for reimbursement, ch 117, §1 Sexual assault victims, acquired immune deficiency syndrome tests of offenders, counsel-

ing, ch 140

DAIRIES AND DAIRY PRODUCTS See also MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS Dairy trade practices trust fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,6,31 Grade "A" pasteurized milk, facilities and equipment regulation, permit requirements, ch 132

DAIRY TRADE PRACTICES BUREAU Appropriation, ch 176, §1 Dairy trade practices trust fund, general fund receipts for deposit in, tracking, report, ch 176, §17

DAMAGES Clandestine laboratory sites, loss of natural resources, destruction, costs, recovery, ch 141, §3

DAMS Brushy Creek recreation area, dam and water impoundment, allocation, limitation, ch 176, §24

DATA CENTER, STATE See LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION SERVICES DIVISION

DAY CARE Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Assistance

Administration, ch 172, §6 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS State funds allocation, repealed, ch 54, §12,13

DAY-DENT INDEX

DAY CARE- Continued Chemically exposed children, therapeutic services, ch 93, §9 Child day care credit fund, ch 172, §6,42,45 Crisis child care provider, federal crisis nursery pilot project, rules, ch 76, §12,14

600

Family day care homes, inclement weather, school cancellation, written approval, ch 76, §10 Funding, state and federal, ch 76, §13 Group day care home, excess number of children, exceptions, ch 76, §9,11 Nonpublic schools, nonaccredited instructional programs, ch 76, §8 Providers, reimbursement rates, increase, revision, ch 172, §25 Transitional and other child day care assistance, availability after employment, ch 97, §3,6,7

DEAD PERSONS Burial-transit permit, ch 139, §5 Estates, see PROBATE CODE

DEAF AND HARD-OF-HEARING PERSONS General provisions, ch 75 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Division and commission, see DEAF SERVICES DIVISION Interpreters, see INTERPRETERS Occupational hearing loss, see OCCUPATIONAL HEARING LOSS School, state, see DEAF, SCHOOL FOR

DEAF, SCHOOL FOR Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Postsecondary enrollment options, ch 69 Students, tuition and transportation costs, appropriation, ch 179, §8,9

DEAF SERVICES COMMISSION See DEAF SERVICES DIVISION

DEAF SERVICES DIVISION Administrator, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Appropriations, ch 170, §5 Deaf services commission, duties, ch 75, §3,4 Interpretation services, fees, disbursal and use, ch 170, §5

DEBTORS AND CREDITORS Medical assistance, debts due, transfer of assets, state collection action, ch 106 Secured transactions, financing statements under uniform commercial code, effect of debtor's

address change, ch 43

DEBTS Medical assistance, debts due, transfer of assets, state collection action, ch 106

DEEDS See CONVEYANCES

DENTAL EXAMINING BOARD Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Dental hygiene program faculty permits, ch 41, §4 Discipline orders, limitation, ch 41, §3 Estimates of fees, costs, and expenses, adjustments, staff sharing, ch 170, §4 Investigators appointed, ch 41, §2

DENTAL HYGIENISTS Dental hygiene program faculty permits, ch 41, §4 Discipline orders, ch 41, §3 Investigators appointed, ch 41, §2

DENTISTS Acupuncture patients, preevaluation of condition, referral, ch 86, §10

601 INDEX

DENTISTS- Continued Children exposed to illegal drugs, test results, report, ch 93, §3 Clinical privileges, regulations, rules, written criteria, ch 108

DENT-DIST

Crimes indicated by gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries, reports to law enforcement agencies, ch 100, §2

Discipline orders, ch 41, §3 Investigators appointed, ch 41, §2

DEPENDENTS Support, see SUPPORT OF DEPENDENTS

DES MOINES METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY Road use tax fund repayments, use for new buses, ch 169, §13

DEVELOPMENT Cities, see CITIES

DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED PERSONS Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Case management services funded under medical assistance, provider change, ch 172, §31 Family homes, dispersal of locations, zoning requirements, ch 90, §2,4 MI/MR/DD/BI service delivery system restructuring task force, continuation, ch 172, §46

DISABILITIES PREVENTION POLICY COUNCIL Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

DISABLED PERSONS See PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

DISASTERS See also EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Floods, 1990 and 1991, federal grant, ch 168, §47 Halloween ice storm, federal grant, ch 168, §47

DISEASES Acquired immune deficiency syndrome, see ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYN-

DROME IAIDSJ Appropriations, see specific disease under APPROPRIATIONS Communicable, dead body or fetus, burial-transit permit, ch 139, §5 Hepatitis, see HEPATITIS

DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE Child support, see SUPPORT OF DEPENDENTS Paternity, see PATERNITY

DISTRICT COURT Alcoholic beverage licenses and permits, actions of alcoholic beverages division and local authori-

ties, judicial review, ch 91, §10,12,16 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Child support recovery, ch 78; ch 79 Clerks of court

Audits of, expenses reimbursement, appropriation, ch 171, §7 Child support payments, collection, disbursement, ch 79, §41-43,51-53,55,58 Delinquent debt recovery, procedures, duties, income tax refund setoff, ch 110, §2-8,15-17;

ch 171, §22 Disposition reports, required, procedures, ch 115, §6 Duties, reassigned, ch 70, §1-9,15 Felony convictions, notice to state registrar of voters, ch 143, §13 Filing deadlines, extension for office closings, ch 9 Medical assistance liens, duties, ch 180, §52 Offices operated and accessibility, ch 171, §7

DIST-DRIV

DISTRICT COURT- Continued Clerks of court-Continued

INDEX

Structured fines pilot program, duties, ch 81 Vital records, modernization project, electronic linkage, ch 55

Contempt of, child support orders, ch 79, §25-29 Convicted sexual assault offender, tests, orders, ch 140

602

Cooperative associations administratively dissolved, reinstatement denials, appeals, ch 126, §26 Court-ordered services funds, allocations, use, state and county charges prohibited, ch 172, §13 Court system needs, report, ch 171, §7 Distress warrant garnishment, inspections and appeals department, ch 53, §1,5 Documents filed with, identification numbers required, ch 171, §18,25 Domestic abuse assault, definition expanded, contempt, hearings, confinement, fines, pretrial

release, ch 157 Domestic relations division, county boards of supervisors, ch 54, §11,13 Drug and controlled substance convictions, notice to transportation department, ch 16, §1,2,12 Fingerprints of defendants, ordered upon conviction, sanctions, ch 115, §1,3 Judges

Cash payments and salary rate limits, ch 177, §1,2 Retirement, see JUDICIAL RETIREMENT SYSTEM Salaries, appropriation, ch 171, §8

Judicial districts, see JUDICIAL DISTRICTS Magistrates, see MAGISTRATES Medical assistance debts, transfer of assets, state collection action, ch 106, §3-6 Nonprofit corporations administratively dissolved, reinstatement denials, appeals, ch 126, §30 Operating motor vehicle, drug conviction, notice, ch 16, §1,2 Paternity, establishment of, procedures, ch 79, §17-19 Pounds or animal shelters, cat or dog ownership transfer, sterilization agreement, violations,

enjoinment, ch 134 Prevailing child support orders, repealed, ch 79, §54 Probate jurisdiction, see PROBATE COURT Referee authorization, child support proceedings, ch 79, §30 Small claims, see SMALL CLAIMS Trustees for minors or mentally incompetent persons, payments, appointments, reports,

ch 70, §5,6,9

DOGS Greyhound, ownership transfer, written approval to class B dealer, ch 134 Racing dog adoption program, support from civil penalties moneys collected for sterilization

agreement violations, ch 134 Racing, see RACING Sterilization agreement, pounds or animal shelters, ownership transfer, ch 134

DOMESTIC ABUSE Definition expanded, ch 157, §1 Domestic violence response enhancement program, ch 171, §1 Pretrial release, no-contact provisions, ch 157, §8,10 Sentencing, penalties, contempt proceedings, ch 157, §5,7,9,11,12 Services to victims, grants, ch 171, §1

DRAINAGE AND LEVEE DISTRICTS Rates and charges, unpaid, certification and collection, ch 73, §5,13,14 Trustees, eligible persons, ch 126, §4,5

DRAMSHOP LAW Catering of social gatherings by alcoholic beverage licensees, liability provision not applica-

ble, ch 91, §20

DRIVE-BY SHOOTINGS See CRIMES

603 INDEX DRIV-ECON

DRIVERS, MOTOR VEHICLES Chauffeurs, definition, home care aide exclusion, ch 139, §7 Disabled persons, multipurpose vehicle equipped for, registration fees, ch 165; ch 169, §17,18 Drug and controlled substance offenders, license suspension and revocation, ch 16; ch 87, §4 Handicapped identification devices, issuance by county treasurers, pilot project, ch 169, §14,21 Home care aide, commercial driver's license requirements, exemption, ch 139, §8 Intoxicated, supervision violations, transportation costs reimbursed, ch 46, §9 Licenses

Drug and controlled substance offenders, suspension and revocation, ch 16; ch 87, §4 Identification number used on court documents, ch 171, §18,25 Issuance by county treasurers, pilot project, ch 169, §14,21 Minors, see subhead Minors below Production costs, appropriation, ch 169, §6 Renewal by mail, fee, ch 51, §1 Revocation, OWl, civil penalty increased, disposition, ch 110, §1

Minors Licenses altered to obtain alcohol, crime, ch 164 Operating without valid license, penalty, ch 164, §4 "Under twenty-one" placed on license, ch 164, §1

Operating record abstract, fee exemption, ch 169, §19 Operating without valid license, penalty, ch 164, §4 OWl facilities, continued, ch 171, §6 OWl violators, confinement, reimbursement to counties, appropriation, ch 171, §5 Registration, see MOTOR VEHICLES Speed restrictions, ch 47, §3-14

DRUG ABUSE See SUBSTANCE ABUSE

DRUG ENFORCEMENT AND ABUSE PREVENTION COORDINATOR Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Salary, ch 177, §6,8 Substance abuse clearinghouse in Cedar Rapids, appropriation, ch 178, §7

DRUGS See also CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES Abuse, see SUBSTANCE ABUSE Advanced drug development program, Oakdale research park, appropriation, ch 167, §7 Dispensing by nurses, limitation, restriction, administrative rule nullification, ch 183 Drug product costs, medical assistance reimbursement policy, ch 172, §25 Medical assistance program

Inclusion of prescription drugs requiring prior authorization, report, ch 172, §3 Over-the-counter drugs, expansion for money-saving purposes, ch 172, §3

Narcotics enforcement division, appropriation, ch 169, §3 Offenders, motor vehicle license suspension and revocation, ch 16; ch 87, §4 Patent and proprietary products containing alcoholic ingredients, ch 91, §6 Prescription drugs, sales and use tax exemption, ch 122

DVORAK, ANTONIN "Largo" designated as state anthem, one year limit, ch 186

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT See also BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY; ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Community and rural development division, see COMMUNITY AND RURAL DEVELOP-

MENT DIVISION Community development, see COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Iowa product development corporation, chairperson, report, ch 180, §42 Iowa technology assistance program account, created, ch 167, §10

ECON-EDUC INDEX 604

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT- Continued Privatization study and decentralization of economic development efforts, ch 167, §12 Regional coordinating councils of economic development centers, by-products and waste

exchange systems, competitive grant program, appropriation, ch 176, §46 Rural development, see RURAL DEVELOPMENT Wallace technology transfer foundation, see WALLACE TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER FO UN-

DATION

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BOARD See ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Advertising, cooperative, revolving fund and logo licensing, fees and royalties, rules, ch 180, §34 Advertising sales, state publications, report, ch 167, §1 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Business startup, solvency, or expansion, development bank or entity, creation and funding

by nonprofit corporation, ch 180, §43,46 By-products and waste exchange system, competitive grants program, criteria, ch 176, §46 City development board, see CITY DEVELOPMENT BOARD Correctional facilities inmates, vocational training opportunities, enhancement, ch 171, §12 Deaf interpreters, utilization, report, coordination of services, ch 167, §1 Director, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Economic development deaf interpreters revolving fund, establish, ch 167, §9 Economic development board, financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 Educational technology consortium, membership, ch 162, §2 Export trade assistance program, allocation of moneys, consultation required, ch 167, §1 "Farmworks" national demonstration project, matching funds, ch 180, §38 Industrial new jobs training, certificate sales, merged area board of directors fee, job training

fund deposit, ch 180, §40 INTERNET database, products, and information, access to, ch 167, §5 Iowa conservation corps programs, apprenticeship opportunities, board rules, ch 180, §39 Iowa economic development, study and recommendations, ch 167, §12 Iowa finance authority, see FINANCE AUTHORITY Labor management councils, appropriation, restrictions on use, ch 167, §1 Rural development, see RURAL DEVELOPMENT School-to-work transition system, development, objectives, ch 97, §13 Small business new jobs training program, allocation of funds, ch 180, §45 Small business new jobs training program, community college job training fund, supervision,

ch 180, §44 Tourism advertising moneys, restrictions on use, cooperation, ch 167, §1 Tourism special events, startup or expansion, revolving fund from product sales center, rules,

ch 180, §35 Workforce development centers, establish guidelines, ch 97, §12 Work force investment program, coordination with Job Training Partnership Act, recipients,

ch 167, §1

EDUCATION See also EDUCATION DEPARTMENT; SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Area education agencies, see AREA EDUCATION AGENCIES Braille instruction, see SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS Colleges and universities, see COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Community colleges, see COMMUNITY COLLEGES Developmental education, community colleges, ch 101, §203 Educational technology consortium, ch 180, §64 English proficiency, limitations, weighting, funds, ch 127, §3 Enrichment levy, reorganized school districts, participation, ch 8 Foundation aid, see SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS

605 INDEX EDUC

EDUCATION -Continued Nonpublic schools, see SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS, subhead Nonpublic Schools Public schools, see SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS Sales proceeds, sales and use tax exemption, ch 135, §2 Schools, see SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS Special education, see SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS Teachers, see TEACHERS Vocational, see VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

EDUCATIONAL EXAMINERS BOARD Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Evaluator license, exemption, ch 82, §9

EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE PROGRAM Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Phase III pay plan

Objectives, reading by phonics or whole language techniques, ch 101, §205 Parent involvement policies, family support programs, ch 105 Submission deadline extended, ch 101, §206,210

EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY CONSORTIUM Computers, schools, acquisition, reports, repeal, ch 162 Established, appointments, duties, exemption from antitrust laws, ch 162

EDUCATION BOARD, STATE See EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Accreditation, conditions, site visits, mergers or receivership, ch 127, §1,2 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Board, state

Administrative rules, ch 59, §1; ch 82, §7; ch 101, §201 Community college approval and accreditation standards, rules, ch 82

Braille instruction materials, distributed to persons assisting visually impaired students, ch 59, §3

Community colleges, see COMMUNITY COLLEGES Computer initiative, appropriations, ch 180, §64 Correctional education program, appropriation, ch 179, §1 Correctional facilities inmates, vocational training opportunities, enhancement, ch 171, §12 Data center, state, transferred from cultural affairs department, ch 48, §21,22,55 Director, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Educational examiners board, see EDUCATIONAL EXAMINERS BOARD Educational technology commission, coordination with consortium, ch 162, §3 Educational technology consortium, membership, ch 162, §2 English proficiency, limitations, weighting, funds, ch 127, §3 Extracurricular interscholastic and athletic contests, foreign exchange students, eligibility,

rules, ch 101, §201,204 Family resource centers, see FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS Instructional time audit, administrative rule nullification, ch 182 Libraries and information services division, see LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION SER-

VICES DIVISION Library compact, transferred from cultural affairs department, ch 48, §33-36,56 Open enrollment, reports, certain requirements stricken, ch 149, §2 Public broadcasting division, see PUBLIC BROADCASTING DIVISION Receivership, nonaccredited districts, effective dates, ch 127, §2 Regional library system, transferred from cultural affairs department, ch 48, §23-32,56 Repeal of exemption from minimum education standards, repealed, ch 127, §10,11 School bus body and chassis purchases, bids based on departmental standards, ch 127, §5 School bus driver's permit, requirement of annual issuance stricken, ch 127, §9

EDUC-ELEC INDEX

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT- Continued School reform and parental involvement activities, appropriation, ch 179, §1 School-to-work transition system, development, objectives, ch 97, §13 Special education, see SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS STAR schools program, support, ch 179, §1 Studies, community colleges, repealed, ch 82, §10 Study, community college funding formula, report, ch 101, §208 Vocational education, appropriations, ch 179, §1 Vocational rehabilitation, appropriations, ch 179, §1

606

Waiver provision extended, articulated sequential elementary-secondary guidance program and media services program, ch 52

Women and children, university of Iowa's mobile and regional child health specialty clinics, integration of services, ch 168, §3

EGG COUNCIL State agency requirements, exclusion, ch 102, §3

ELDER AFFAIRS COMMISSION See ELDER AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT

ELDER AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT Abuse, see ADULT ABUSE Administrative rules, ch 72, §3; ch 170 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Area agencies on aging, matching appropriated funds, rules, ch 170, §3 Community-based placements for elderly and infirm inmates, development, ch 171, §10 Director, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Elder affairs commission, elder group homes, care review committee appointments, rules, cer-

tification, ch 72, §3 Elder group homes, see ELDER GROUP HOMES Frail elderly program, case management integration with home care aide program service

providers, ch 170, §4 Healthy Iowans 2000, elderly persons, nutrition screening goals, interdepartmental coopera-

tion, ch 170, §4

ELDER GROUP HOMES Established, certification, applicability, zoning, rules, ch 72

ELDERLY PERSONS See also ELDER AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT Abuse, see ADULT ABUSE Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Conservation and outdoor recreation, temporary employment, green thumb program eligibil-

ity, preference, ch 176, §21 Consumer and criminal fraud against, investigation, prosecution, and education, ch 171, §1,26 Elder group homes, see ELDER GROUP HOMES Institutionalization, inappropriate, public health nursing program objectives, ch 170, §4 Long-term care asset preservation program, established, ch 92 Medical assistance and care, insurance, asset preservation program, ch 92 Mentally ill, placement, pilot project grants, ch 172, §20 Nutrition screening, Healthy Iowans 2000, ch 170, §4 Property tax credit or reimbursement, claimants, eligibility, determination,

ch 180, §4-6,15,16,22,23 Service providers, home care aide, frail elderly program case management integration,

ch 170, §4

ELECTIONS General provisions, ch 143

607

ELECTIONS- Continued Absentee voting

INDEX

Attorney in fact, voting on behalf of elector, prohibited, ch 143, §31 Challenges, ch 143, §35 Confined persons, duties of special officials, ch 143, §34 Failure to return ballot by designated person, penalty, ch 143, §36 Satellite absentee voting stations, ch 143, §32 Spoiled ballots, return and replacement, ch 143, §33,34

Administration, appropriation, ch 178, §19 Ballots

Absentee ballots, see subhead Absentee Voting above Early pick-up sites, notice of location, ch 143, §17 Not voted and spoiled, preservation, ch 143, §20

Campaign finance, see CAMPAIGN FINANCE Candidates

Campaign finance, see CAMPAIGN FINANCE Ethics, ch 163 Financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 Gifts, acceptance and receipt, ch 163, §6,35,37 Loans from lobbyists, acceptance and receipt, ch 163, §8,35,37

ELEC

Candidates for state office at special elections, contributions prohibition, applicability, ch 129 Canvass

County board, total number voting shown, ch 143, §22 Recounts, procedure, ch 143, §24,25 Tally list, ch 143, §21

Cities Candidates, campaign finance, see CAMPAIGN FINANCE Franchise ordinances, text available to voters, ch 143, §49 Notices of election, publication by posting, ch 143, §48 Special charter cities, precinct consolidation authorized, ch 143, §14,16 Special elections to fill vacancies, filing deadlines, ch 143, §2

Commissioner, state, disasters, emergency powers, ch 143, §9 Community college merged area elections, time of canvass, ch 35 Congress, nominations for candidates, petitions, signature requirements and form, ch 143, §8 Constitutional amendments, canvass, certification to Code editor, ch 143, §19 Contests

County officers, compensation of judges and payment of costs, ch 143, §39,40 County officers, duties, ch 70, §1,2,9 General assembly seats, notice of contest and result certified, ch 143, §37,38

Counties County auditors, party to dispute, ch 70, §1,9 County treasurers, duties, ch 70, §1,2,9

County officers Candidates, campaign finance, see CAMPAIGN FINANCE Combining duties, deadline for petition for election, ch 143, §47 Nominations for candidates, petitions, signature requirements and form, ch 143, §8

County supervisors District representation plans, effective date, ch 143, §46 Nominations for candidates, petitions, signature requirements and form, ch 143, §8

Election day, signs, prohibition, ch 143, §18 Electronic voting systems

Closing polls, officials' statement returned, ch 143, §27 Early ballot pick-up sites, ch 143, §30 Write-in votes tabulation and damaged ballots resolution, ch 143, §28,29

Franchise elections in cities, ordinance text available to voters, ch 143, §49 Gambling on excursion boats, voting on at general election, deadline for receipt of petition,

ch 143, §42

ELEC

ELECTIONS- Continued General assembly

INDEX

More than one office prohibited, ch 143, §3,4

608

Nominations for candidates, petitions, signature requirements and form, ch 143, §8 Governor, nominations for candidates, petitions, signature requirements and form, ch 143, §8 Lieutenant governor, nominations for candidates, petitions, signature requirements and form,

ch 143, §8 Local option tax elections, costs, apportionment among jurisdictions, ch 143, §50 Nominations

Nonparty political organizations, petitions and certificates, additions not allowed, ch 143, §7 Petitions, signatures required and form, ch 143, §8

Political committees, see CAMPAIGN FINANCE Precincts, special charter cities, precinct consolidation authorized, ch 143, §14,16 President of the United States, nominations for candidates, petitions, signature requirements

and form, ch 143, §8 Primary elections, number of voters certified, ch 143, §6 Public measures

Canvass, certification to Code editor, ch 143, §19 Defined, ch 143, §3 Withdrawal from ballot, ch 143, §10

Recounts, procedure, ch 143, §24,25 Representatives, state, see subhead General Assembly above Representatives, United States, nominations for candidates, petitions, signature requirements

and form, ch 143, §8 Resolution board, appointment, ch 143, §28,29 Sanitary district trustees, ch 24 School districts

Candidates, campaign finance, see CAMPAIGN FINANCE Directors

Nomination petition signature requirements, ch 143, §45 Reorganized districts, change in number or election method, petition signature and filing

requirements, ch 143, §44,52 Reorganized districts, nomination petition filing deadline, ch 143, §43 Vacancies, filling, time limit extended, ch 67

Library tax levy, discontinuance in reorganized districts, ch 74 Reorganizations

Boundaries, ch 160, §5-7 Directors, initial and regular boards, ch 160, §3,13 Petitions, ch 160, §5-9,12 Tally lists, ch 160, §7

Senators, state, see subhead General Assembly above Senators, United States, nominations for candidates, petitions, signature requirements and

form, ch 143, §8 Signs placed on motor vehicles and attachments, prohibition, ch 143, §18 State officials

More than one office prohibited, ch 143, §4,5,41 Nominations for candidates, petitions, signature requirements and form, ch 143, §8

Taxes, local option tax elections, costs, apportionment among jurisdictions, ch 143, §50 Vacancies, special election to fill, filing deadlines, ch 143, §2 Vice president of the United States, nominations for candidates, petitions, signature require-

ments and form, ch 143, §8 Voter registration

Commission, state, meetings and rules adoption, ch 143, §11 Convicted felons, notifications and registration cancellation, ch 143, §13 Forms, delivery to commissioner, failure, penalties, ch 143, §12

Voters and voting Absentee voting, see subhead Absentee Voting above

609

ELECTIONS- Continued Voters and voting- Continued

INDEX

Criminals, voter registration cancellation, notices, ch 143, §13 Registration, see subhead Voter Registration above Write-in votes, see subhead Write-In Votes below

Voting machines, results preserved, ch 143, §26 Write-in votes, tabulation by resolution board, ch 143, §28,29

ELECTRICITY

ELEC-EMPL

Generation and transmission cooperative associations, membership classes, ch 94 Utilities, see UTILITIES Wind energy conversion property, tax exemptions and valuation, ch 161

ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFERS Satellite terminals of financial institutions, establishment and operation, approval, ch 36 Transactions with retailers, requirements, effective date delayed, ch 37

EMERGENCIES Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Hazard mitigation, federal grant, ch 168, §47 Hazard-training assistance fund, federal grant, ch 168, §47 Training, federal grant, ch 168, §47

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIVISION Administrator, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS E911 service plans, established, deadline, ch 125, §2 EMA federal pass through funds, public defense department, ch 168, §47 Facilities survey program, public defense department, ch 168, §47 Hazmat training fund, Title III, ch 168, §47

EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE See MEDICAL CARE

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES DIVISION Emergency medical services fund created, control, nonreversion, ch 58, §1

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS Trainees, workers' compensation, ch 88, §1

EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER SYSTEM 19111 Statewide implementation, costs, service plan deadlines, surcharge, ch 125

EMINENT DOMAIN Condemnation proceedings, instrument affecting real property, validity against state or political

subdivisions, ch 33 Railroads, condemnation proceedings, initiating, ch 47, §17; ch 87, §1

EMPLOYEES, STATE See also headings for specific state agencies Clandestine laboratory sites, cleanup, liability limitation, ch 141, §5 Collective bargaining units, pay adjustments, expense reimbursements, and benefits, appropri-

ations, ch 177, §9 Conflicts of interest, ch 163, §2,35,37 Disability insurance benefits not reduced by retirement benefits, ch 7 Insurance, disability benefits not reduced by retirement benefits, ch 7 Loans from lobbyists, acceptance and receipt, ch 163, §8,35,37 Lobbying activities after service, ch 163, §4,35,37 Noncontract employees, salary levels and cash payments, ch 177, §10

EMPL-ENGI INDEX 610

EMPLOYEES, STATE- Continued Sales to state agencies, public bidding required, amount and application, ch 163, §3,35,37 Volunteer physician program, immunity from liability, ch 65 Wallace technology transfer foundation employee, ch 49, §2

EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES See LABOR

EMPLOYMENT APPEAL BOARD Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Chairperson and members, salaries, ch 177, §6,8 Contractor registration hearings, costs reimbursement, ch 175, §7 Financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES Supportive, federal grant, ch 168, §53

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Business and expense of labor services division, recommendations, report, Code chapters applica-

ble, ch 180, §58 Director, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Labor services division, see LABOR SERVICES DIVISION Office building, repair, federal funds appropriation, ch 175, §4 School-to-work transition system, development, objectives, ch 97, §13 Workforce development centers, establishment of guidelines, ch 97, §12

EMT'S See EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS

ENERGY See also FUEL Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Assistance for low-income persons, federal funds, ch 168, §9,54,55 Electricity, see ELECTRICITY Energy conservation trust, established, ch 11 Energy research and development fund

Abandoned property sales, moneys no longer applied, ch 131, §27,31 General fund receipts for deposit, tracking, report, ch 176, §17 Moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,19,31

Methane gas conversion property, property tax exemption, ch 121 Utilities, see UTILITIES Wind energy conversion property, tax exemptions and valuations, ch 161

ENERGY AND GEOLOGICAL RESOURCES DIVISION Administrator

Energy conservation trust administration, rules, report, ch 11 Energy fund disbursement council, chairperson, ch 11

Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

ENERGY CONSERVATION TRUST Established, retroactive, sunset, ch 11

ENERGY FUND DISBURSEMENT COUNCIL Energy conservation programs for low-income persons, funding, delivery, effectiveness, report,

ch 173, §1 Established, duties, ch 11

ENGINEERING AND LAND SURVEYING EXAMINING BOARD Professional licensing revolving fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, availability of

general fund for payment of related expenses, ch 131, §1,24,28,31

611 INDEX ENVI-EXCU

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Contaminated water, property ownership, liability, exemptions, ch 42 Storm water discharge permits, time periods for denial or approval, and default approval, applica-

bility, ch 176, §44

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION COMMISSION Acid rain, emissions contributing to, reduction, ch 137, §3 Administrative rules, ch 103, §1; ch 159 Air contaminant sources

Construction permits, filing, noncompliance, civil and other penalties, ch 137, §5 General permits, enforcement, noncompliance, criminal penalties, ch 137, §1,5 Operating permits, rules, fees, violations, criminal penalties, ch 137, §3,5 Operating permits, sulfur dioxide emission allowances, ch 137, §3,4 Required permits, filing noncompliance, criminal penalties, ch 137, §5

Financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 Infectious waste treatment and disposal facilities, construction or operation permits, morato-

rium, rules, ch 103, §1 Recycling property, certification for tax exemption, ch 159

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION DIVISION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

ESTATES OF DECEDENTS See PROBATE CODE

ETHANOL Motor vehicles, unmarked law enforcement or security, sticker exemption, ch 26 Production and consumption, federal support requested, ch 185

ETHICS Attorney licenses, revocation or suspension, proceedings on petition, ch 85, §4,5 Government officials and employees, ch 163, §1-27,35,37 Judicial department officers and employees, disciplinary investigations and hearings, subpoena

power, ch 85, §1,2

ETHICS AND CAMPAIGN DISCLOSURE BOARD General provisions, ch 163, §14,28-33,35,37 Additional employees, appropriation, ch 175, §2 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Campaign finance, see CAMPAIGN FINANCE Complaint procedures, ch 163, §16,35,37 Contested cases, ch 163, §17,35,37 Duties, ch 163, §15,35,37 Equipment, appropriation, ch 175, §2 Financial disclosure by officials and board members, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 Judicial review, ch 163, §19,35,37 Member added, appropriation, ch 175, §2 Penalties imposed, ch 163, §9,18,35,37

ETHICS COMMITTEES See GENERAL ASSEMBLY

EVIDENCE Witnesses, minors, testimony on closed circuit television, ch 64, §1,3

EXCISE TAXES Controlled substances dealers, violations, motor vehicle license suspension and revocation,

ch 16; ch 87, §4

EXCURSION BOAT GAMBLING See GAMBLING

EXEC-FAMI INDEX

EXECUTION Distress warrant garnishment, inspections and appeals department, ch 53, §3-5 Medical assistance debts, transfer of assets, state collection action, ch 106, §3

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Clerical and secretarial support, ch 178, §21 Dues paid by state agencies, review and reduction, ch 178, §2

EXECUTORS See PROBATE CODE

EXPORTS Export trade assistance program, appropriation, ch 167, §1

EXTRACTS Patent and proprietary products containing alcoholic ingredients, ch 91, §6

FACTORIES Correctional facilities, leased, private industry employment, ch 46, §7,13

FACTORY -BUlL T STRUCTURES See BUILDINGS

FAIRS County fairs

Classic cars, display and sale by dealers, permits, ch 45, §2; ch 17 4, §3,4 Support and improvement, appropriations, ch 180, §30,33

Entry fees for participation and observation, sales tax imposed, ch 135, §1 State fair

Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Federal and nonstate moneys, purposes, ch 168, §43 Foundation

Fund, nonreversion provision applicable, ch 144, §1,6 Income tax checkoff, ch 144, §1,3-6

Scholarship fund, ch 179, §18 Secretary of board

Salary, ch 177, §5,6,8 Service, nonterm, ch 176, §34

FAMILIES See also PARENT AND CHILD Child abuse, see CHILD ABUSE Child support, see SUPPORT OF DEPENDENTS Day care, see DAY CARE

612

Developmentally disabled member, appropriation to defray home care costs or independent living, ch 172, §18

Domestic abuse, see DOMESTIC ABUSE Elder group homes, see ELDER GROUP HOMES Family development and self-sufficiency council, grant renewal, use of funds, ch 172, §7 Family investment program, replaces aid to dependent children, ch 97, §3,22-40 Family preservation and family-centered services and training, ch 172, §11,56 Family resource centers, see FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS Foster care, see FOSTER CARE Healthy family program, appropriation, ch 170, §4 Low-income, appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS, subhead Low-Income Persons Medical assistance debts, transfer of assets, ch 106, §1 Migrant families, see MIGRANTS Parent involvement policies, family support programs, education, ch 105 Paternity, see PATERNITY Support subsidy program, appropriation, ch 172, §17

613 INDEX

FAMILY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH DIVISION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

FAMILY PLANNING Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS Administrators' qualification requirements, modified, ch 150 Four-year grant program, establishment, ch 150 Health and nutrition services for children, coordinated, ch 150 Programs community determines, provided, ch 150 Services addressed, deadline, ch 150

FARMERS' MARKETS Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

FARMS AND FARMERS See also AGRICULTURAL LAND; AGRICULTURE Agricultural areas, see AGRICULTURAL LAND Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Crops, see CROPS

FAMI-FEDE

Family farmers, distressed, "farmworks" national demonstration project, matching funds, ch 180, §38

Family farm tax credit fund, agricultural land credit fund transfer, ch 180, §10 Farmer-creditor disputes, mediation requirement, repeal delayed, ch 29; ch 171, §19,23,26 Limited liability companies, ch 39, §1-20,37 Livestock care and feeding contracts, disputes mediation, repeal delayed, ch 29; ch 171, §20,26 Mediation services, ch 29 Mortgage foreclosure, mediation release, ch 29, §4,5 Nuisances, mediation of disputes, repeal delayed, ch 29; ch 171, §20,23,26 Organic nutrient management program, participation, ch 176, §14 Pesticides, see PESTICIDES Real estate contracts, forfeiture, mediation release, ch 29, §4,5

FEDERAL ACTS AND AGENCIES Clean Air Act amendments and renewable fuel industry, implementation, support for, ch 185 Clean Air Act amendments of 1990, administrative provisions, ch 137, §1-4,7 Clean Air Act amendments of 1990, applicability to grain storage facilities and hazardous air

pollutant fees, ch 176, §19 Commercial waste incinerators, safe emission standards, moratorium pending, ch 120 Cranston-Gonzales National Affordable Housing Act and rural community 2000 program,

ch 180, §41 Education for Economic Success Act, federal grant, ch 168, §53 Environmental protection agency and renewable fuel industry, Clean Air Act amendments,

implementation, support for, ch 185 Family Support Act, child support orders, state compliance, ch 78, §24-43 Family Support Act of 1988, transitional child care assistance, accordance, ch 172, §6 Federal bureau of investigation, fingerprint records forwarded to, ch 115, §1,2 Forests and forestry resources management funds, application, ch 13 Job Training Partnership Act, work force investment program coordination, recipients,

ch 167, §1 Juvenile justice delinquency prevention office, federal funding match requirements for human

rights department, ch 170, §5 Medical assistance debts due, transfer of assets, state collection action, consistent with fed-

eral laws, ch 106, §1,8 Transportation department, facilities and services improvement, cooperation, ch 87, §2

FEDERAL AID See WELFARE REFORM

FEDE-FINE INDEX 614

FEDERAL FUNDS See also WELFARE REFORM Airports, preapplications, prior approval by transportation commission, exception, ch 87, §12 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Computer initiative for schools, recommendations, ch 162, §6 Emergency medical services, ch 58, §1 Energy conservation trust, establishment, disbursement, ch 11 Facilities and services improvement, cooperation, transportation department, ch 87, §2 Federal housing and urban development grant administration, appropriation, ch 167, §1 Forests and forestry resources management, ch 13 Lewis and Clark rural water system, negotiations, ch 27

FEED Commercial, audits, appropriation, ch 176, §1 Commercial feed fund

General fund receipts for deposit in, tracking, report, ch 176, §17 Moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,7,31

FELONIES See also CRIMES Minimum fines, classes "C" and "D", ch 110, §9 Terrorism, crime expanded, penalty revised, ch 112

FERTILIZER Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Audits, appropriation, ch 176, §1 Fertilizer fund

General fund receipts for deposit in, tracking, report, ch 176, §17 Moneys to general fund, use restrictions, availability of general fund for payment of related

expenses, ch 131, §1,8,28,31

FETUSES Burial-transit permit, issuance, ch 139, §5

FIDUCIARIES See PROBATE CODE

FINANCE AND SERVICES DIVISION See INSPECTIONS AND APPEALS DEPARTMENT

FINANCE AUTHORITY Executive director, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 Mental health, mental retardation and developmental disabilities, community-based facilities,

financing, ch 172, §16 Rural community 2000 program, matching funds provisions under Cranston-Gonzales National

Affordable Housing Act, ch 180, §40

FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS See also BANKS AND BANKING; CREDIT UNIONS; INDUSTRIAL LOAN COMPANIES;

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS Electronic funds transfers, see ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFERS Franchise tax, see FRANCHISE TAX Individual development accounts established, provisions, pilot phase, ch 97, §14-20 Satellite terminals, see ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFERS

FINANCING STATEMENTS See SECURED TRANSACTIONS

FINES Air contaminant sources, general, operating, construction, and required permits, civil and crimi-

nal penalties, ch 137, §5

615 INDEX

FINES- Continued Air quality standards violations, criminal, ch 137, §5 Collection using Iowa court information system, report, ch 171, §8 Community service option in lieu of, ch 110, §12,14,15

FINE-FISH

Delinquent, recovery, procedures, income tax refund setoff, ch 110, §2-8,15-17; ch 171, §22 Felonies, classes "C" and "D", minimum level set, ch 110, §9 Forfeitures, see FORFEITURES Ginseng, wild, harvesting violation, ch 38 Interest charges on unpaid balances, ch 110, §13 Misdemeanors, limitations, ch 110, §10 Payment in installments, due date extensions, ch 110, §11 Road construction zone, moving traffic violations, increase, ch 114 Structured fines pilot program, expanded, extended, ch 81

FINGERPRINTS Automated information system (AFIS), appropriation, ch 169, §5 Taking, when required, expanded, records, sanctions, ch 115

FIRE AND POLICE RETIREMENT SYSTEM Beneficiaries, benefits, adjustments, ch 44, §18 Board, duties, compensation, ch 44, §15,16,20,21 Layoffs, withdrawal of contributions, repayment, ch 44, §19,21 Physical examinations for police officers, police matrons, and fire fighters, medical protocols,

establishment, ch 147, §2 Records, membership information, access, ch 44, §17

FIRE FIGHTERS Cities, see CITIES Motor vehicle plates, special, ch 2 Public defense department, funding positions at Des Moines airport, ch 169, §2 Retirement system, see FIRE AND POLICE RETIREMENT SYSTEM Weapons permits, exemptions, ch 31

FIRE MARSHAL Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Regents institutions, fire and environmental safety deficiencies, report, ch 179, §23

FIRE PROTECTION DIVISION See FIRE MARSHAL

FIRES AND FIRE PROTECTION Arson, see ARSON Fire marshal, see FIRE MARSHAL

FISH AND FISHING Bait

Dealers, licensed, requirements and restrictions, ch 99, §2,3,6 Dealers, minnow seines, size allowed, ch 99, §5,6 Definition, ch 99, §1 Minnows, definition, ch 99, §1,6 Minnows, taking or transporting, license exemption, ch 99, §2,6 Use, transport, sale, possession, or introduction of, prohibited species, ch 99, §4-6

Fish and wildlife trust fund, federal grant, ch 168, §46 License fees and other funds, expenditure restricted, constitutional amendment proposed, ch 184 Nets and seines for minnows, sizes allowed, ch 99, §5,6

FISH AND GAME PROTECTION FUND Appropriation to fish and wildlife division, ch 176, §7

FISH AND WILDLIFE DIVISION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

FOOD-FOST INDEX 616

FOODS Assistance, temporary and emergency, federal grant, ch 168, §50 Catering service, alcoholic beverage dispensing for social gatherings, restrictions, ch 91, §20 Commodity supplemental food program, federal grant, ch 168, §50 Food service items, polystyrene prohibition, beginning time extension, ch 180, §98 Patent and proprietary products containing alcoholic ingredients, ch 91, §6

FORCIBLE ENTRY AND DETENTION Mobile homes, actions for abandonment, joinder with, ch 154, §22 Service of original notice by posting and mailing, ch 154, §19

FORECLOSURE Farmer-creditor disputes, mediation requirement, repeal delayed, ch 29; ch 171, §19,23,26

FORESTS Forests and forestry resources management, federal funding, application, ch 13

FORESTS AND FORESTRY DIVISION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS State forest nurseries, plant material grown, prices established, ch 176, §16 Woodland preservation programs, forestation and reforestation, cooperation, ch 176, §16

FORFEITURES Delinquent, recovery, procedures, income tax refund setoff, ch 110, §2-8,15-17; ch 171, §22

FORT MADISON CORRECTIONAL FACILITY See CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES

FOSTER CARE See also HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT Adoption and foster care information system, moneys for implementation encumbered,

ch 172, §11,51,56 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Chemically exposed children, ch 93, §9 Children eighteen and older, emergency rules, ch 172, §11 Contract family foster care homes, ch 172, §11,56 Custodians, see CUSTODIANS Facilities types, application of rules, ch 172, §40 Family preservation and family-centered services training, ch 172, §11,56 Family preservation, family-centered, and independent living services, cost of living reimburse-

ment rate increase, ch 172, §25 Family recruitment, contract, financial support, ch 172, §11 Federal Social Security Act, number of children, duration of placement, ch 172, §11 Group and shelter care providers, reimbursement rates, ch 172, §25 Group foster care, ch 172, §11,56 Guardians, see GUARDIANS AND GUARDIANSHIPS Insurance fund for foster homes, deductible reduced, ch 172, §41 Maintenance rates, monthly, ch 172, §25 Out-of-state placements

Payment for, stricken, ch 172, §37 ,56 Review committees, repealed, ch 172, §48,56

Parents, see PARENT AND CHILD Review board, see FOSTER CARE REVIEW BOARD, STATE Review, repeal of provisions, ch 175, §17 Review system, statewide, establishment proposal, ch 175, §7 Support obligation established by human services department, ch 78, §1 Voluntary placement, dispositional hearing not required, ch 172, §36,56

FOSTER CARE REVIEW BOARD, STATE Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Foster care review system, statewide, establishment proposal, ch 175, §7

617

FRANCHISES Cities, see CITIES

FRANCHISE TAX Revenue allocations, ch 180, §2

FRATERNAL BENEFIT SOCIETIES See INSURANCE

FRAUD

INDEX FRAN-GENE

Air quality standards, misrepresentation of documents, criminal penalty, ch 137, §5 Consumer fraud, see CONSUMER FRAUD Minors, motor vehicle license altered to obtain alcohol, ch 164, §3

FRIENDS OF CAPITOL HILL CORPORATION General provisions, ch 77

FUEL Ethanol fuel industry, federal support requested, ch 185 Motor vehicle fuel, see MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL Renewable fuel, office of, see RENEWABLE FUEL, OFFICE OF

FUNDS See FEDERAL FUNDS; PUBLIC FUNDS

FUNERAL DIRECTORS Burial-transit permit, issuance, ch 139, §5

GAMBLING Excursion boat gambling

Alcoholic beverages licensees, purchases, restrictions, ch 91, §8 License issuance, voting on at general election, deadline for receipt of petition, ch 143, §42 Regulation, appropriation, ch 175, §14 Special account, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,4,31

Gamblers assistance fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,3,31 Gamblers assistance program, appropriation and information, ch 172, §26 Lotteries, see LOTTERIES Pari-mutuel regulation fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,2,31 Pari-mutuel wagering, law enforcement, appropriation, ch 169, §5 Riverboat gambling, law enforcement, appropriation, ch 169, §3 Tribal gaming background investigations or licensing, criminal history data, ch 53, §8,9

GAMING See GAMBLING

GARNISHMENT Child support, see SUPPORT OF DEPENDENTS, subhead Notices Distress warrants by inspections and appeals department, ch 53, §3-5 Medical assistance debts, transfer of assets, state collection action, ch 106, §3

GAS Liquified petroleum, containers, violations, penalties, ch 138 Methane, see METHANE

GASOLINE Ethanol blended, see ETHANOL

GENERAL ASSEMBLY Bills, resolutions, and amendments, correctional impact statements, ch 171, §13,14 Boards, commissions, committees, task forces, open meetings, extension of provisions, ch 25, §1 Candidates in special elections, contributions prohibition, applicability, ch 129 Child support guidelines, intent, ch 79, §48,56,57 Community college funding formula report, education department, ch 101, §208

GENE INDEX 618

GENERAL ASSEMBLY- Continued Community health management information system, findings, recommendations, reports, ch 62 Computer initiative for schools, intent, ch 162 Critical infrastructure study committee, created, membership, ch 128 Educational technology consortium, consultation, reports, ch 162 Employees

Financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 Loans from lobbyists, acceptance and receipt, ch 163, §8,35,37 Sales to state agencies, public bidding required, amount and application, ch 163, §3,35,37

Energy fund disbursement council members, ch 11 Ethics, ch 163 Ethics committees

Complaint handling procedure, ch 163, §12,35,37 Independent legal counsel, employment authorized, meetings and records confidentiality,

ch 163, §11,20,27,35,37 Violations, duration of sanctions limitation stricken, ch 163, §13,35,37

Expense per diem and allowances, increase and return to treasury, ch 177, §16-18 Family resource centers, establishment, appropriation contingent, ch 150 Financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 Hunting, fishing, and trapping license fees, expenditure restricted, constitutional amendment

proposed, ch 184 Legislative fiscal bureau, see LEGISLATIVE FISCAL BUREAU Legislative service bureau, see LEGISLATIVE SERVICE BUREAU Lobbying and lobbyists, see LOBBYING AND LOBBYISTS Members

See also subheads Representatives, State; Senators, State, below Financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 Loans from lobbyists, acceptance and receipt, ch 163, §8,35,37 Sales to state agencies, public bidding required, amount and application, ch 163, §3,35,37

Minors, motor vehicle license altered to obtain alcohol, suspension, intent, insurance rates not increased, ch 164, §6

Per diem, increase and return to treasury, ch 177, §16-18 Public records preservation and maintenance, document management fees, working group, pur-

poses and intent, ch 151 Reports filed with, format, ch 178, §27 Representatives, state

See also subhead Members above More than one office prohibited, ch 143, §4,5 Nominations for candidates, petitions, signature requirements and form, ch 143, §8

Retirement, members, see PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM fiPERSJ Salaries, increase and return to treasury, ch 177, §16-18 Senators, state

See also subhead Members above More than one office prohibited, ch 143, §4,5 Nominations for candidates, petitions, signature requirements and form, ch 143, §8

GENERAL FUND See also PUBLIC FUNDS Alcoholic beverages, civil penalties, nonreversion, ch 91, §16,19 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Public funds moneys to remain in with expenditure restrictions, availability for payment of

related expenses, ch 131 Receipts for deposit in certain funds, tracking, report, ch 176, §18

GENERAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Director, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Ethanol mixture burning in test vehicles, report, ch 178, §5

619 INDEX

GENERAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT-Continued Lucas state office building, renovations, ch 180, §69

GENE-GREE

Motor vehicles, unmarked law enforcement or security, ethanol sticker exemption, ch 26, §1,9 Packing material, renewable, use required, cost exception, ch 176, §26 State communications network fund and actions taken, comprehensive audit, ch 180, §82 Terrace Hill commission

Funds allocated from office of governor, ch 48, §58 Transferred from cultural affairs department, ch 48, §4,55

Vehicle dispatcher, see VEHICLE DISPATCHER, STATE

GIFTS Public officers, employees, and candidates, acceptance and receipt, ch 163, §6,35,37

GINSENG Wild, harvesting, violations, penalty, ch 38

GLENWOOD STATE HOSPITAL-SCHOOL See HOSPITAL-SCHOOLS, STATE

GOVERNMENTAL SUBDIVISIONS See POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS

GOVERNOR Appointments, corrections board, membership, ch 46, §4 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Boards, commissions, committees, task forces, open meetings, extension of provisions, ch 25, §1 Committees, councils, and task forces

Appropriation for, ch 178, §6 Open meetings and open records requirements applicable, ch 178, §6

Community health management information system, development reports, study, recommen- dations, ch 62

Educational technology consortium, established, appointments, repeal, ch 162, §2,8 Energy fund disbursement council member, energy conservation trust, ch 11 Ethics and campaign finance board, appointment, ch 163, §14,35,37 Federal funds

Anticipated versus amount received, prorations, exceptions, ch 168, §15,16 Consolidated, categorical or expanded, allocation procedures, ch 168, §17,55

Historical society, state, board of trustees, appointments, ch 18 Human investment council, membership, appointments, ch 97, §1 Lewis and Clark rural water system, federal funds, negotiations, ch 27 Nominations for candidates, petitions, signature requirements and form, ch 143, §8 Salary, ch 177, §4 Terrace Hill commission funding, allocated to general services department, ch 48, §58

GOVERNOR'S ALLIANCE ON SUBSTANCE ABUSE Federal grants to correctional services departments, ch 171, §6

GRAIN Interstate agricultural grain marketing commission, appropriation, ch 176, §5 Storage facilities, dust emission control exemption, exception, ch 176, §19

GRANTS Computer initiative for schools, recommendations, ch 162, §6 Family resource center demonstration program, ch 150 Federal funds, ch 168

GREEN THUMB PROGRAM Eligibility, preference for temporary employment in outdoor recreation and conservation,

ch 176, §21

GROU-HEAL

GROUNDWATER See WATER AND WATERCOURSES

GUAM Commonwealth status, ch 187

GUARDIANS AND GUARDIANSHIPS Child abuse, see CHILD ABUSE

INDEX

Children exposed to illegal drugs, child abuse, child in need of assistance, ch 93, §1,2 Child support, see SUPPORT OF DEPENDENTS

620

Family day care home, inclement weather, school cancellation, written approval, ch 76, §10 Mentally incompetent dependents, workers' compensation cases, appointments, reports,

ch 70, §5,6 Minors

Postsecondary enrollment costs, incomplete course, responsible for reimbursement, ch 117, §1 Sexual assault victims, acquired immune deficiency syndrome tests of offenders, counsel-

ing, ch 140 Workers' compensation cases, appointments, reports, ch 70, §5,6

HABITUAL OFFENDERS Driving while barred, ch 87, §8 Juveniles, motor vehicle operators, ch 87, §6

HANDICAPPED PARKING Signs, statement of fine for improper use, ch 169, §20

HANDICAPPED PERSONS See PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

HARD-OF-HEARING PERSONS See DEAF AND HARD-OF-HEARING PERSONS

HATE CRIMES Disposition reports, required, ch 115, §6

HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS See HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES

HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES See also POLLUTION Clandestine laboratory sites, cleanup, cost recovery, ch 141 Contaminated property, owners liable for violations and cleanup costs, exemptions, eh 42, §2-4,6 Liquified petroleum gas, containers, violations, penalties, ch 138

HAZARDOUS WASTE See WASTE

HBV See HEPATITIS

HEALTH Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Child support, medical support, health benefits, eh 78 Elderly persons, see ELDERLY PERSONS Long-term care, see LONG-TERM CARE Practitioners, see heading for particular profession

HEALTH AGENCIES, HOME See HOME HEALTH AGENCIES

HEALTH AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE See HEALTH INSURANCE

621

HEALTH BOARDS, LOCAL Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

INDEX

Birth certificates, children born out of wedlock, inoculations, tracking, ch 116

HEAL

Public health nursing program, subcontracts for nonprofit nursing services, ch 170, §4

HEALTH CARE See MEDICAL CARE

HEALTH CARE FACILITIES See also MEDICAL CARE Community living arrangements, mentally ill and homeless, matching federal funds, ch 172, §16 In-home health-related care providers, state supplementary assistance, maximum reimburse-

ment rates, ch 172, §25 Medical assistance reimbursement rate, ch 172, §25 Nursing homes, see NURSING HOMES Psychiatric medical institutions for children, see PSYCHIATRIC MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS

FOR CHILDREN Psychologists, privileges, regulations, rules, ch 108 Residential care facilities residents, personal needs allowance increase, ch 172, §5 Residential care facilities, state supplementary assistance, maximum and flat daily reimburse-

ment rates, ch 172, §25 Residential care facilities, supplemental per diems, appropriation, client restrictions, ch 172, §16 Volunteer physician program, ch 65

HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS See MEDICAL CARE

HEALTH DATA COMMISSION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Community health management information system

Monitor implementation, progress, ch 62 Severity of illness data, health care reform, and data utility, report, ch 170, §4

Future repeal, ch 170, §9 Public policy issues on health, report, ch 170, §4 Severity-of-illness system, hospital data submission and costs, requirements, ch 170, §8

HEALTH DEPARTMENT See PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT

HEALTH FACILITIES COUNCIL Financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37

HEALTH FACILITIES DIVISION See INSPECTIONS AND APPEALS DEPARTMENT

HEALTH INSURANCE Acupuncture services coverage, ch 86, §7 Purchasing cooperatives projects, establishment, ch 158, §2,4 Small group health benefit plans, ch 80 Unemployed persons, payments deducted from unemployment benefits, ch 158, §1,4 Well-child health care coverage, basic benefit policies, ch 34

HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS Insurance trade practices regulation, ch 88, §16 Small group health benefit plans, ch 80

HEALTH POLICY CORPORATION OF lOW A Community health management information system, see COMMUNITY HEALTH MANAGE-

MENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (CHMISJ

HEALTH PROTECTION DIVISION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

HEAR-HOME INDEX 622

HEARING-IMP AIRED PERSONS See DEAF AND HARD-OF-HEARING PERSONS

HEIRS See PROBATE CODE

HEPATITIS Transmission from health care providers, acupuncturists and chiropractors included, ch 86, §11

HIGHER EDUCATION STRATEGIC PLANNING COUNCIL Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

HIGHWAY PATROL Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

HIGHWAYS Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Curbs, accessibility, persons with disabilities, federal compliance, ch 95, §7 ,8 Interstate 80, Schwengel bridge, linking Iowa and Illinois, ch 133 National highway traffic safety, federal grant, ch 168, §52,54,55 Road construction zone, moving violations, scheduled fine increase, ch 114 Scenic routes for tourism, appropriation extended, ch 180, §77,85 Secondary roads, annexation by cities, ch 152, §5 Vegetation management, state specialist and pilot program, moneys allocation period extended,

ch 169, §16,21

HIGHWAY SAFETY PATROL Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

HIGHWAY SAFETY, UNIFORMED FORCE, AND RADIO COMMUNICATIONS DIVISION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

HISTORICAL DIVISION Administrator, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Historical society, state, see HISTORICAL SOCIETY, STATE Museum, loan for exhibits, payment, ch 179, §14,29

HISTORICAL SOCIETY, STATE Public records preservation and maintenance, working group, membership, ch 151, §3 Trustees, board of, expansion of membership, ch 18

HISTORIC PROPERTY Capitol, friends of capitol hill corporation, ch 77 Terrace Hill, see TERRACE HILL

HIV IHUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUSI See ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME (AIDS)

HMO'S See HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS

HOME HEALTH AGENCIES In-home health-related care providers, state supplementary assistance, maximum reimburse-

ment rate, ch 172, §25 Medical assistance reimbursement, ch 172, §25

HOMELESS PERSONS Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Community living arrangements, appropriation, matching federal funds, ch 172, §16 Emergency assistance, ch 172, §2 Transition from homelessness, supportive services, training, and referrals, project assurance,

ch 168, §12

623 INDEX

HOMES See HOUSING

HOMESTEADS Property tax credits and reimbursements, income definition, ch 156 Tax credits, see PROPERTY TAXES

HONORARIA Public officials and employees, acceptance, limitations, ch 163, §7,35,37

HOOVER BUILDING Roof repair, appropriation, ch 180, §30,33

HORSES

HOME-HOUS

Equestrian activities, trails, campground, Brushy Creek recreation area, improvements, ch 176, §23,42,51

Racing, see RACING

HORTICULTURE Funds appropriated from the agricultural marketing bureau, ch 176, §1 State forest nurseries, plant material grown, prices established, ch 176, §16 Woodland preservation, cooperation with state forest and private nurseries, ch 176, §16

HOSPICE SERVICES Medical assistance reimbursement, ch 172, §25

HOSPITALS Birth certificate fee collection, limitation, ch 170, §4 Hospital-schools, state, see HOSPITAL-SCHOOLS, STATE Infectious waste treatment and disposal facilities

Construction or operation permit, moratorium, exceptions, ch 103, §2 Generators accepted, service area, ch 103, §2

In-patient services, medical assistance reimbursement rates, increase, ch 172, §25 Medical assistance recipients, supplemental payments for, ch 179, §11,34 Mentally ill persons, involuntary hospitalization, advocates, ch 83 Out-patient services, medical assistance reimbursement rates, applicability, ch 172, §25 Patients, indigents, refused care, reports, ch 70, §7 Physician assistants, supervision of emergency medical care providers, authority, ch 107 Psychologists, privileges, regulations, rules, ch 108 Severity-of-illness system, data submission and costs, requirements, ch 170, §8 University of Iowa hospitals, see UNIVERSITY OF IOWA (IOWA CITYJ Victim counselors, examinations related to offenses, access, definitions, ch 166 Volunteer physician program, ch 65

HOSPITAL-SCHOOLS, STATE Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS University of Iowa, appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

HOUSING Cranston-Gonzales National Affordable Housing Act and rural community 2000 program,

ch 180, §41 Elder group homes, see ELDER GROUP HOMES Emergency shelter grants program, federal grant, ch 168, §51 Home investment partnership program, federal grant, ch 168, §51 Homeless persons, transition services, project assurance, ch 168, §12 Landlord and tenant, see LANDLORD AND TENANT Leases, see LEASES Low-income persons, energy assistance

Program funding levels maintained, ch 168, §54,55 Weatherization and home repairs, ch 168, §9

Manufactured homes, foundation systems, zoning and other requirements imposed, ch 154, §3,4

HOUS-HUMA INDEX

HOUSING- Continued Mobile homes, see MOBILE HOMES Physically disabled persons, establishment of facilities, ch 90 Rental agreements, see LANDLORD AND TENANT Zoning, see ZONING

HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS IHIVI See ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME (AIDS)

HUMAN INVESTMENT COUNCIL Appropriation, ch 180, §60 Established, duties, initial appointments, ch 97, §1,2

624

Family investment agreement services, jobs program, confidential information, rules, ch 97, §3-8 Individual development accounts established, ch 97, §14-20

HUMAN RIGHTS DEPARTMENT African-Americans, status of, division and commission, see STATUS OF AFRICAN-

AMERICANS DIVISION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Community action agencies, board membership, ch 56 Community action agencies division, see COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCIES DIVISION Criminal and juvenile justice planning division, see CRIMINAL AND JUVENILE JUSTICE

PLANNING DIVISION Deaf services division, see DEAF SERVICES DIVISION Director, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Future repeal, ch 170, §10 Hard-of-hearing persons, see DEAF SERVICES DIVISION Juvenile justice, federal fund matching, employment requirements, ch 170, §5 Latino affairs division and commission, see LATINO AFFAIRS DIVISION Mentoring program, pilot project, ch 97, §9,10 Organizational structure study, report, ch 170, §7 Persons with disabilities, division of, see PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES, DIVISION OF Program performance-based budgeting, appropriations tracking, fiscal year 1995, ch 170, §5

HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT Acquired immune deficiency syndrome/human immunodeficiency virus health insurance

premium payment program, ch 172, §3 Administrative rules, ch 76, §14; ch 78, §7,48-50; ch 79, §4,8,26,34; ch 97, §3,5-7; ch 106, §7;

ch 172, §4-6,11,20,25,55,56; ch 180, §52 Adoption and foster care information system, moneys for implementation encumbered,

ch 172, §51 Adoption exchange, ch 22 Aid to dependent children recipients, federal waiver, eligibility reconsideration, ch 172, §1 Aid to families with dependent children, see AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT

CHILDREN Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Asset adjustment, long-term care policies, ch 92 Centralized employee registry, ch 79, §2-8 Child abuse, see CHILD ABUSE Child and family services

Administration, ch 172, §11 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Medicaid state plan additions, field operations, transfer of funds, ch 172, §11 Nonstate funding, additional, transfer of funds, emergency rules, ch 172, §11 Services reimbursed under medical assistance, nonfederal costs, transfer of funds, emer-

gency rules, ch 172, §11 Child and family services division, cluster boards, county, replace social welfare boards, ch 54 Child care assistance waiting list, reapplication, prioritization, emergency rules, ch 172, §6

625 INDEX HUMA

HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT- Continued Child day care assistance expansion, use of appropriated funds for federal grants, ch 172, §6 Child day care credit fund, ch 172, §6,42,45 Child day care program, streamlining, emergency rules, ch 172, §6 Child support recovery

See also SUPPORT OF DEPENDENTS Access to records, confidentiality, ch 79, §2,7,31-33,57 Additional employees, report, federal funds, ch 172, §8 Administrative rules, ch 78, §8,27 ,28,37-40,42,43 Court-appointed judicial referee, pilot project, contingency, ch 172, §8 Prevailing child support orders, repealed, ch 79, §54 Self-employed obligors, enforcement of support obligations, ch 79, §33,34 Support and income withholding orders, procedures, ch 78, §11-16,24-43,45,46

Child victims, investigations, multidisciplinary teams, ch 64, §2,3 Child welfare services, decategorization, demonstration program, fund, ch 172, §11 Community-based placements for elderly and infirm inmates, development, ch 171, §10 Community-based programs, family planning services, funds use, ch 172, §53,56 Community-based services appropriations, last resort utilization, ch 172, §13 Community services, mental health, mental retardation, and developmental disabilities, report,

ch 172, §20 Court-ordered services for juveniles, report, ch 172, §13 Day care, see DAY CARE Director, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Drug utilization review, prospective, program implementation, ch 172, §4 Early periodic screening, diagnosis, and treatment initiative, medical assistance funding for

certain services, identification, ch 172, §13 Elderly persons, see ELDERLY PERSONS Emergency assistance to families with dependent children, appropriations, see APPROPRI-

ATIONS Family investment agreement services, jobs programs, confidential information, disclosure,

ch 97, §3,6-8 Family investment program, replaces aid to dependent children, ch 97, §3,22-40 Family planning services, appropriation used for community-based programs, ch 172, §53,56 Federal child care development block grant and at-risk child care program, compliance, emer-

gency rules, ch 172, §6 Foster care, see FOSTER CARE Functions, transfer between entities, ch 172, §50 Geriatric patients, mentally ill, pilot projects for placement, ch 172, §20 Health care licensure, administrative costs, medical assistance coverage, ch 172, §3 Health insurance premium payment program (HIPP), contract, ch 172, §4 Health practitioners' reports, test results, exposure of children to illegal drugs, ch 93, §3 Institutions

Closings and reductions, job creation efforts, ch 172, §27 Juvenile institutions, see JUVENILE HOME fTOLEDOJ; TRAINING SCHOOL, STATE

JOBS account, matching federal funds deposit, emergency rules, ch 172, §7 JOBS program, appropriations and administration, see APPROPRIATIONS Juvenile detention homes, reimbursement and financial aid, ch 172, §10,52,56 Juvenile home at Toledo, see JUVENILE HOME (TOLEDO) Juvenile institutions, expenditures, report, ch 172, §9 Juvenile shelter care homes, reimbursed costs, ch 76, §15 Long-term care asset preservation program, administer, ch 92 Medical assistance, see MEDICAL ASSISTANCE Medical contracts, appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Mental health institutes, see MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTES Mental health, mental retardation, and developmental disabilities, community-based facilities,

financing, client referrals, ch 172, §16

HUMA-INCI INDEX 626

HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT- Continued Mental illness, mental retardation, and developmental disabilities, purchase of local services,

increased eligibility, emergency rules, ch 172, §20 Nursing home pilot project, waiver request authorized, ch 172, §47 Outpatient services, hospital reimbursement, system development and implementation, emer-

gency rules, ch 172, §4 Overpayment debts owed, distress warrants by inspections and appeals department, ch 53, §2,3 Physician and hospital services, utilization, small area analysis, incentives identification for

quality care, ch 172, §25 Preventive health, families with children covered under medical assistance program, market-

ing and advertising materials, report, ch 180, §70 Reasonable efforts model court projects, child welfare practitioners training, ch 172, §11 Records, libraries and information services division, access, ch 48, §11 Refugee programs, rules to adjust to federal funding changes authorized, ch 172, §55 Residential care facilities residents, personal needs allowance increase, emergency rules,

ch 172, §5 Self-employment investment assistance, demonstration waiver program, aid to dependent chil-

dren families, continued, ch 172, §1 Shelter care funding for children, emergency rules, ch 172, §11 Social service providers, reimbursements, emergency rules, ch 172, §25 Social services block grant, state and local programs and services, plan, ch 168, §11 Special needs program, continued, ch 172, §1 State institutions, physical and human resources, joint utilization plan, study, ch 180, §30,33 Supplementary assistance, see SUPPLEMENTARY ASSISTANCE Training school, see TRAINING SCHOOL, STATE Transitional child care assistance provisions, accordance with federal Family Support Act of

1988, ch 172, §6 Volunteer physician program, consultation with health department, rules, ch 65 Welfare reform, federal waiver requests denied, transfer of funds, eh 172, §1 Welfare reform initiative, other initiatives, analysis, evaluation, ch 97, §11 Women and children, university of Iowa's mobile and regional child health specialty clinics,

integration of services, ch 168, §3

HUNTING Coyotes, radio transmitters, restricted use, ch 119 License fees and other funds, expenditure restricted, constitutional amendment proposed, ch 184

HYGIENIC LABORATORY Acquired immune deficiency syndrome tests, convicted sexual assault offenders, conducted,

ch 140 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

IDENTIFICATION Criminal history data, tribal gaming background investigations or licensing, ch 53, §8,9

IMMIGRANTS Emergency education, federal grant, ch 168, §53

IMMUNITY Volunteer physician program, nonliability, ch 65

IMPEACHMENT Impeached officers, legal counsel allowed, indigency determination, ch 175, §23

IMPROVEMENTS Cities, see CITIES Counties, see COUNTIES

INCINERATORS See WASTE

627

INCOME TAXES Checkoffs

INDEX

Number on return limited, ch 144, §4,6 Olympics, repealed, ch 144, §2,6 State fair foundation, ch 144, §1,3-6

Child and dependent care credit, ch 172, §44,56 Instructional support surtax, ch 1, §4,14 Internal Revenue Code references update, ch 113 Lien for unpaid taxes, collection not abrogated, ch 180, §88,90,91

INCO-INFR

Refund or rebate setoff, delinquent debts, recovery, procedures, ch 110, §4-8 Research activities credit, Internal Revenue Code reference update, ch 113, §2-5 Returns, when filing required, ch 123 School district surtaxes, certification, deadline, ch 1, §8,10,14

INCOMPETENT PERSONS Conservators and conservatorships, see CONSERVATORS AND CONSERVATORSHIPS Guardians and guardianships, see GUARDIANS AND GUARDIANSHIPS Trustees for, payments, workers' compensation cases, reports, ch 70, §5,6,9

INCORPORATION Cities, see CITIES Corporations, nonprofit, see CORPORATIONS, NONPROFIT

INDEPENDENCE MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTE See MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTES

INDIANS, AMERICAN Criminal history data, tribal gaming background investigations or licensing, ch 53, §8,9 Support for poor residents of Tama settlement, appropriation and payment, repealed, ch 172, §49 Tama county Indian settlement, deputy sheriff, appropriation, ch 180, §18

INDIGENT PERSONS Abortions at university of Iowa hospitals, funding restrictions, ch 179, §8,9 Criminal defense fees, structured fines pilot program, ch 81 Legal assistance

Appropriations, ch 175, §8 Costs, recovery, ch 175, §25 Determination of indigency, ch 175, §15,16,23,24,28 Witnesses secured for partially indigent, compensation, ch 175, §21,22

Medical and surgical treatment at university of Iowa hospitals, appropriations, ch 179, §8,9 Patients, refused medical care, reports, ch 70, §7

INDUSTRIAL LOAN COMPANIES Electronic funds transfers, see ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFERS Satellite terminals, see ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFERS Thrift certificates, sales, ch 96

INDUSTRIAL LOAN DIVISION Satellite terminals of financial institutions, establishment, approval, ch 36

INDUSTRIAL SERVICES DIVISION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Industrial commissioner, salary, ch 177, §6,8

INFANTS See CHILDREN

INFECTIOUS WASTE See WASTE

INFRASTRUCTURE Critical needs study committee, created, ch 128

INHE-INSU INDEX 628

INHERITANCE TAX Individual development accounts, property, exemption, ch 97, §15,20

INJURIES Gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries indicating crimes, investigations, reports, ch 100, §2,3

INMATES Correctional facilities, see CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES

INOCULATIONS See MEDICAL CARE

INSPECTIONS Lawn seed, regulation, ch 40 Milk and milk products, facilities and equipment regulation, permit requirements, ch 132

INSPECTIONS AND APPEALS DEPARTMENT Administrative law judges, see ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Community-based placements for elderly and infirm inmates, development, ch 171, §10 Criminal history data, tribal gaming background investigations or licensing, ch 53, §8,9 Director, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Distress warrants, procedures, ch 53, §1-5 Employment appeal board, see EMPLOYMENT APPEAL BOARD Foster care review board, state, see FOSTER CARE REVIEW BOARD, STATE Hospitals, psychologist's privileges, regulations, rules, ch 108 Inspections previously done by agriculture and land stewardship department, coordination,

joint study, report, ch 176, §20 Investigations division, see INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION Postconviction procedure, review process established, ch 175, §7 Psychiatric medical institutions for children, see PSYCHIATRIC MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS

FOR CHILDREN Public defender, state, see PUBLIC DEFENDER, STATE Racing and gaming commission, see RACING AND GAMING COMMISSION Services, charges to state agencies, ch 175, §9

INSPECTIONS DIVISION See INSPECTIONS AND APPEALS DEPARTMENT

INSTRUMENTS Individual development accounts established, provisions, pilot phase, ch 97, §14-20

INSURANCE See also INSURANCE DIVISION Administrators, unfair insurance trade practices prohibited, ch 88, §12 Agents

Licenses, period of validity, ch 88, §32 Managing general agents, see subhead Managing General Agents below Nonadmitted insurers, insurance procured from, ch 88, §19

Arson investigations, see ARSON Casualty insurers, business producer controlled, violations, penalties, ch 88, §13 Commissioner, see INSURANCE DIVISION Crop insurance, multiperil, cancellation, ch 88, §17 Disability insurance and state employees' benefits, ch 7 Economic development, domestic and international, appropriation, ch 167, §1 Foster home insurance fund, deductible reduced, ch 172, §41 Fraternal benefit societies, reserves required, ch 88, §14 Group insurance

Public employees, self-insurance plans, ch 88, §9,10 Small group health benefit plans, ch 80

629 INDEX INSU-INTE

INSURANCE- Continued Guaranty association, see INSURANCE GUARANTY ASSOCIATION Health care benefits, third-party payors, unfair insurance trade practices prohibited, ch 88, §15 Health care delivery plans, insurers supervision, rehabilitation, and liquidation law applica-

bility, ch 88, §5 Health insurance, see HEALTH INSURANCE Health maintenance organizations, see HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS Holding companies, ch 88, §26-31 Liability insurance, purchasing groups, unfair insurance trade practices, ch 88, §25 Long-term care insurance, see LONG-TERM CARE Managing general agents, unfair insurance trade practices prohibited, ch 88, §11 Misrepresentation and false advertising, ch 88, §4 Mortgage guaranty insurance, rate-making, ch 88, §24 Motor carriers, single state insurance registration system, ch 174, §1,2 Nonadmitted insurers, procuring insurance from, ch 88, §19 Property and casualty insurers, business producer controlled, violations, penalties, ch 88, §13 Public employees, group insurance, self-insurance plans, ch 88, §9,10 Rebates and special benefits, payment and receipt by insurers prohibited, ch 88, §18 Risk retention groups, unfair insurance trade practices, ch 88, §25 Supervision, rehabilitation, and liquidation law, ch 88, §5-8 Workers' compensation, see WORKERS' COMPENSATION

INSURANCE COMMISSIONER See INSURANCE DIVISION

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT Code references changes, ch 175, §26

INSURANCE DIVISION See also INSURANCE Administrative rules, ch 80, §15,19: ch 92, §2: ch 158, §2,4 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Code references changes, ch 175, §26 Examinations, receipts, refunds, and reimbursements, estimate and use, ch 88, §3 Expenditures, additional authorized, ch 175, §12 Health benefit plans for small groups, regulation, ch 80 Health insurance, basic benefit coverage policies, well-child health care included, ch 34 Health insurance purchasing cooperative projects, rules and licensing, ch 158, §1,4 Insurance commissioner, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Loan brokers, regulation, authority stricken, ch 60, §13-22,27 Long-term care asset preservation program, administer, rules, reports, ch 92 Lucas state office building, fire, safety, and federal Americans with Disabilities Act, renova-

tions, funds, ch 180, §69 Membership sales associations, regulation, repealed, ch 60, §6,24-26 Positions reallocation, authorized, ch 175, §12 Residential service contracts, regulation, ch 60, §7 -11 Retirement facilities, construction, waiver of requirements, ch 60, §12

INSURANCE GUARANTY ASSOCIATION Covered claims, ch 88, §22,23

INTEREST Rent payments under residential leases, late charges, interest rate limits not applicable,

ch 154, §5 Usury, see USURY

INTERNATIONAL DIVISION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Export trade assistance program, ch 167, §1

INTE-IOWA INDEX

INTERNATIONAL NETWORK ON TRADE UNTERNETI Appropriations, ch 167, §5

630

Database, products, and information, access by economic development department, ch 167, §5 Future repeal, ch 167, §13

INTERNATIONAL TRADE Division, see INTERNATIONAL DIVISION Insurance, ch 167, §1

INTERNET See INTERNATIONAL NETWORK ON TRADE (!NTERNETJ

INTERNS Children exposed to illegal drugs, test results, reports, ch 93, §3

INTERPRETERS Deaf and hard-of-hearing persons

Economic development revolving fund, ch 167, §1,8 Legal actions, fees, ch 75, §13

INTERSTATE AGRICULTURAL GRAIN MARKETING COMMISSION Appropriations, ch 176, §5

INTESTATE ESTATES See PROBATE CODE

INVESTIGATION Arson, see ARSON Child abuse allegations, interstate cooperation, ch 76, §4 Child victims, multidisciplinary teams, ch 64, §2,3

INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION See also INSPECTIONS AND APPEALS DEPARTMENT Administrator, duties, distress warrants, ch 53, §2 Full-time position added, medical assistance debts, ch 180, §68

INVESTMENTS Human investment reserve pool established, administration, ch 97, §19 Iowa council on human investment established, duties, appointments, ch 97, §1,2

lOW A ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BOARDS Critical infrastructure study committee, membership, ch 128, §3

IOWA FINANCE AUTHORITY See FINANCE AUTHORITY

IOWA LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY See LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY

IOWA PLANE COORDINATE SYSTEM Designation, ch 50; ch 180, §78,85

lOW A PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION See PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

lOW A STATE ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES Critical infrastructure study committee, membership, ch 128, §3

lOW A STATE INDUSTRIES Prison industry advisory board, private industry employment of inmates, duties, ch 46, §7 ,13

lOW A STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY lAMES I See also REGENTS, BOARD OF Agriculture-related disease and injury, intervention, cooperation with department of public

health, ch 170, §4

631 INDEX IOWA-JOB

IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (AMES)-Continued Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Building program of board of regents, approval, ch 181 Cooperative extension service in agriculture and home economics, manufacturing centers access

to outreach specialists, ch 179, §8,9 Home economics, administration of pesticide applicators education program courses, ch 176, §35 Iowa technology assistance program account, product development capital, ch 167, §10 Wallace technology transfer foundation board, ex officio membership, ch 49, §3,9

IPERS See PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM flPERSJ

ITEM VETOES Agriculture and land stewardship department, racing animals, drug testing duties, ch 176, §29-31 Employment services department, services required in communities with job service offices,

ch 175, §5 Employment services nonsupervisory positions, utilized to reduce case backlog, ch 175, §3 Extraordinary property tax credit and reimbursement fund, appropriation, ch 180, §8,22 Fire fighters at Des Moines airport, elimination of positions, ch 169, §2 Guaranteed student loans, loan reserve account, investment, ch 178, §31 Homestead credit fund and tax credit, appropriation, effective date, ch 180, §3,21 Human services field staff caseweight factors, findings, ch 172, §21 Industrial services division, contested case hearings, changes prohibited, ch 175, §5 Information technology acquisition, ch 178, §29,30 Low-income property tax credit and reimbursement fund, appropriation, ch 180, §9 Medical assistance-eligible nursing facility residents, rate adjustments, ch 172, §3 Natural resources department, full-time equivalent positions, reduction applicability, ch 176, §22 Natural resources department, taxes on property owned, budget request for payment,

ch 176, §47 Privatization of state functions, state employee recommendations, priority, ch 180, §87 Privatization of state functions, study committee, legislative council authorization, ch 180, §86 Public health department, water treatment system testing program, ch 170, §4 Racing and gaming commission, welfare and drug testing of racing animals, transfer of duties,

ch 176, §4,~9-32 Reports of state agencies, process, ch 178, §28 Rest area maintenance privatization, ch 169, §7 Savings and loan division superintendent, designated, ch 175, §18 State agencies' dues and travel expenditures, reduction, ch 178, §26 State agencies' staffing targets, statement in full-time equivalents, ch 178, §9 State functions, privatization, authorization, state employee recommendations, priority,

ch 180, §86,87 Veterinarian, state, responsibilities to agriculture and land stewardship department,

ch 176, §4,29-32 Water treatment system testing program, administration, ch 170, §4 Workflow process review by management department, ch 178, §28

JOB SERVICE DIVISION Administrative rules, ch 158, §1 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Job service commissioner, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Labor availability surveys, appropriation, ch 175, §5 Unemployment compensation, disqualification for extended benefits, exception, retroactive,

ch 10 Unemployment compensation, health insurance and health care coverage payments deducted

from benefits, ch 158, §1,4 Workers' compensation cases, filing fee continued, ch 175, §5

JOB-JUDI INDEX 632

JOB TRAINING Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Community colleges, small business and industrial new jobs training, priority of liens, excep-

tions, ch 180, §88,90,91 Coordinating council, projects to increase labor pool, grant program, ch 167, §1 Job training partnership Act, federal grant, ch 168, §51 Promise jobs, federal grants, ch 168, §50 Workforce development centers, guidelines, core services, ch 97, §12

JOB TRAINING DIVISION Self-employment investment, aid to dependent children families, technical assistance, ch 172, §1

JOINT EXERCISE OF GOVERNMENTAL POWERS See JOINT UNDERTAKINGS

JOINT UNDERTAKINGS City convention centers and veterans memorial auditoriums, acquisition, bond issues, ch 180, §76 Juvenile shelter care homes, reimbursed costs, ch 76, §15 School districts, interstate agreements and whole grade sharing, alternative to school reor-

ganization, ch 160, §4,16 State institutions, physical and human resources, joint utilization plan, study, appropriation,

ch 180, §30,33

JUDGES See also JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT Associate probate judges, appointments, qualifications, duties, ch 70, §11 Cash payments, ch 177, §1 Judicial retirement fund, appropriations, ch 177, §3 Salaries, appropriations, ch 171, §7 Salary rate limits, ch 177, §2

JUDGMENT LIENS See LIENS

JUDGMENTS AND DECREES Child support, see SUPPORT OF DEPENDENTS Execution, see EXECUTION Interest charges on unpaid fines, ch 110, §13 Penalties, see PENALTIES

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Automated data system, development, ch 171, §9 Budget system, ch 171, §7 Cash payments to justices, judges, and magistrates, ch 177, §1 Child custody, visitation rights, compliance, review, recommendations, ch 79, §59 Commercial vehicle violation citation fees, ch 47, §18 Court administrator, state

Fingerprint and criminal history records, policy and sanctions for court personnel, ch 115, §3 Juveniles, court-ordered services to, appropriation allocation, ch 172, §13,56 Salary, ch 177, §5,6,8

Court information system, ch 171, §7,8 Court of appeals, see COURT OF APPEALS Court officers, foster care referrals, family preservation and family-centered services train-

ing, ch 172, §11 Delinquent debt recovery, income tax refund or rebate setoff, fee, ch 110, §5 District court, see DISTRICT COURT Equality in the courts task force, implementation, ch 171, §7 Equipment purchase, maximum amount, ch 171, §7 Finance and accounting system, ch 171, §7

633 INDEX JUDI-JUVE

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT- Continued Fines, surcharges, and court costs collection using Iowa court information system, report,

ch 171, §8 Group foster care, statewide targets, regional allocations, formula, ch 172, §11 Indigent defense, report, ch 175, §8 Judicial retirement fund, appropriation, ch 177, §3 Officers and employees, disciplinary investigations and hearings, subpoena power, ch 85, §1,2 Officials and employees, conflicts of interest, rules, ch 163, §26,35,37 Payroll system, ch 171, §7 Revolving fund, recovered delinquent debts deposited, ch 110, §16; ch 171, §22 Salary rate limits for justices, judges, and magistrates, ch 177, §2 Supreme court, see SUPREME COURT Telephone systems for offices within counties, provided by county, ch 171, §7

JUDICIAL DISTRICTS Associate probate judges, appointments, qualifications, duties, ch 70, §11 Correctional services departments, see CORRECTIONAL SERVICES DEPARTMENTS Juveniles, court-ordered services, appropriation, planning group, report, ch 172, §13,56 Structured fines pilot program, expanded, extended, ch 81

JUDICIAL OFFICERS See JUDGES; JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

JUDICIAL QUALIFICATIONS COMMISSION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Disciplinary investigations and hearings, subpoena power, procedures, ch 85, §1,2

JUDICIAL RETIREMENT SYSTEM Appropriations, ch 177, §3

JURIES Fees and mileage, appropriation, ch 171, §7 Instructions, criminal cases, rules of civil cases to apply, R.Cr.P. 18, ch 188

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT See ATTORNEY GENERAL

JUSTICES See SUPREME COURT

JUVENILE COURT Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Child abuse, termination of parental rights, ch 76, §2 Court-ordered services funds, allocations, use, county and state charges prohibited, ch 172, §13 Study, delivery of services to juveniles, delinquency proceedings, ch 12

JUVENILE DETENTION HOMES Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Reimbursement from state, appropriations, ch 172, §10,52,56 State financial aid, FY 1993, ch 172, §52,56

JUVENILE HOMES Juvenile detention homes, see JUVENILE DETENTION HOMES Juvenile shelter care homes, unpaid costs for placements, recovery, stricken, ch 172, §34 State juvenile home, see JUVENILE HOME (TOLEDO)

JUVENILE HOME ITOLEDOI Administration, ch 172, §9 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

JUVENILE INSTITUTIONS Adolescent pregnancy prevention grants, application required, ch 172, §9

JUVE-LABO

JUVENILE INSTITUTIONS- Continued Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

INDEX

Detention homes, see JUVENILE DETENTION HOMES Juvenile home, Toledo, see JUVENILE HOME (TOLEDO) Population levels, guidelines, ch 172, §9 Training school, state, see TRAINING SCHOOL, STATE

JUVENILE JUSTICE See also MINORS Child abuse, see CHILD ABUSE Child victims, investigations, multidisciplinary teams, ch 64, §2,3 Court-ordered services for, medical assistance eligibility, ch 172, §3 Court records, disclosure to foster care review committee, stricken, ch 172, §35,56 Court, see JUVENILE COURT Exposure to illegal drugs, ch 93 Juvenile shelter care homes, reimbursed costs, ch 76, §15 Legal representation for child, indigency determination, ch 175, §23 Motor vehicle license altered to obtain alcohol, adjudication, ch 164, §3 Shelter care placement, unpaid costs payment, stricken, ch 172, §34 Study, delivery of services to juveniles, delinquency proceedings, ch 12 Victim restitution program, appropriation, ch 171, §7

JUVENILES See also CHILDREN; MINORS; YOUTHS Court-ordered services to, appropriation, ch 172, §13,56 Homes, see JUVENILE HOMES Institutions, see JUVENILE HOME (TOLEDO); TRAINING SCHOOL, STATE Juvenile justice, see JUVENILE JUSTICE

634

Motor vehicle licenses, suspension and revocation for drug and controlled substance offenses, ch 16; ch 87, §4

Motor vehicle offenses, subject to habitual offender statute, ch 87, §6

LABOR See also JOB TRAINING Employees

Centralized employee registry, child support recovery, ch 79, §2-8 Non-English speaking, minimum wage, and hazardous chemical risks, labor services divi-

sion, administration of laws, ch 180, §53 Employers and employees, health benefit plans for small groups, ch 80 Employers, centralized employee registry, child support recovery, enforcement, penalties,

ch 79, §5,6 Employment incentives, welfare reform initiative, provisions, rules, ch 97, §3,7 Inmates, private industry employment, ch 46, §1,7,13 School district employees, reorganization, collective bargaining agreement deadlines changed,

ch 160, §11 Self-employed, child support recovery, ch 79, §33,34 Unemployment compensation, see UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION Workers' compensation, see WORKERS' COMPENSATION Work force development centers, guidelines, core services, ch 97, §12 Work force investment program, ch 167, §1

LABORATORIES Clandestine, cleanup, legal remedies, liability, damages, penalties, rules, ch 141

LABOR COMMISSIONER See LABOR SERVICES DIVISION

LABOR MANAGEMENT COUNCILS Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

635

LABOR SERVICES DIVISION Administrative rules, ch 180, §54

INDEX LABO-LAW

Appeal board decision, judicial review, right to represent appeal board, contingency, ch 180, §56 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Construction contractors, registration, ch 180, §53,58 Contractor registration hearings by employment appeal board, costs reimbursed, ch 175, §3,7 Labor commissioner, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Minimum wage law enforcement, ch 180, §53,58 Non-English speaking employees, ch 180, §53,58 Occupational safety and health, see OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH Railway corporations, workplace accommodations, rules, enforcement, ch 180, §54 Report, annual, ch 180, §58

LABOR UNIONS Wallace technology transfer foundation board, membership, ch 49, §3,9

LAKES Backbone Lake, dredging, feasibility study, update, ch 180, §32 Black Hawk Lake, preservation, reversion of funds, postponement, ch 176, §25,50 Brushy Creek recreation area, see BRUSHY CREEK RECREATION AREA Natural, preservation, appropriation, matching funds, ch 180, §30,33

LAND Agricultural land, see AGRICULTURAL LAND Surveyors, see SURVEYORS AND SURVEYING

LANDFILLS See WASTE

LANDLORD AND TENANT Home energy assistance, weatherization and home repairs, ch 168, §9 Mobile home parks

Abandoned mobile homes, see MOBILE HOMES Rental agreements, termination, ch 154, §15 Rent or recovery actions joined with forcible entry and detention, hearing notice, ch 154, §22 Security deposits, maximum amount, ch 154, §14

Residential rental agreements Rent or recovery actions joined with forcible entry and detention, hearing notice, ch 154, §22 Security deposits, maximum amount, ch 154, §13

Security deposit amount limits, ch 154, §13,14

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURAL EXAMINING BOARD Professional licensing revolving fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, availability of

general fund for payment of related expenses, ch 131, §1,24,28,31

LAND SURVEYORS See SURVEYORS AND SURVEYING

LANGUAGE English proficiency in schools, limitations, program funds, ch 127, §3

LATINO AFFAIRS DIVISION Administrator, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

LAW ENFORCEMENT Child victims, investigations, multidisciplinary teams, ch 64, §2,3 Cities, see CITIES County sheriffs, see COUNTY SHERIFFS Motor vehicles, unmarked, ethanol sticker exemption, ch 26 Officers, courses of instruction, elimination by law enforcement academy prohibited, ch 169, §15 Peace officers, see PEACE OFFICERS

LAW-LIBR

LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

INDEX

Automobiles, exchange with public safety department, ch 169, §4 Director, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Instruction courses at other locations, elimination prohibited, ch 169, §15 Salvage vehicle fees, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,12,31

LAW EXAMINERS BOARD Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

LAW LIBRARY See LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION SERVICES DIVISION

LAWYERS See ATTORNEYS AT LAW

LEAD Abatement program, appropriation, ch 170, §4

LEAGUE OF IOWA MUNICIPALITIES Critical infrastructure study committee, membership, ch 128, §3

LEASES Consumer leases, see CONSUMER CREDIT CODE Motor vehicles, purchased, registration fee credit, plates, assigned, ch 87, §3 Residential, charges for late rent payments limited, ch 154, §5

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL Critical infrastructure study committee, created, membership, ch 128, §3 Fiscal committee, notification of federal funds awarded outside of session, expenditure,

ch 168, §46-53 Human rights department, organizational structure, study, report, ch 170, §7 MI/MR/DD/BI service delivery system restructuring task force funding, ch 172, §46 Open enrollment effects, study, costs, ch 180, §81 Study, delivery of services to juveniles, delinquency proceedings, ch 12 Substance abuse care and treatment, study, report, ch 170, §7

LEGISLATIVE FISCAL BUREAU Correctional impact statements, ch 171, §13,14 Transportation department legislative oversight report, updating, ch 169, §6

LEGISLATIVE SERVICE BUREAU

636

Community health management information system, study, recommendations, report, ch 62 Correctional impact statements, ch 171, §13,14

LEOPOLD CENTER Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

LEVIES See PROPERTY TAXES

LEWIS AND CLARK RURAL WATER SYSTEM Federal funds, negotiations, ch 27

LIABILITY Clandestine laboratory sites, damages, cleanup costs, ch 141, §3 Involuntary hospitalization, advocates, county employee status, ch 83 Medical records, release to substitute medical decision-making boards, immunity, ch 139, §2,3 Physician assistants, emergency medical care, exemption extension, ch 107

LIBRARIES Law library, see LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION SERVICES DIVISION Libraries and information services division, see LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION SER-

VICES DIVISION

637 INDEX LIBR-LIEN

LIBRARIES- Continued Medical library, see LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION SERVICES DIVISION Regional libraries, state aid, appropriation, ch 179, §1 Regional library system, transferred to education department, ch 48, §23-32 Schools, see SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS State, federal grants, ch 168, §53 State library, see LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION SERVICES DIVISION

LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION SERVICES DIVISION Administrative rules, ch 48, §19 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Commission of libraries, duties, rules, ch 48, §17,19,55 Compacts, interstate library, ch 48, §33-36 Data center, state, transferred to education department, ch 48, §21,22,55 Electronic access, ch 178, §32 Law library, transferred to education department, ch 48, §21,55 Medical library, transferred to education department, ch 48, §21,55 Records, see RECORDS State library, librarian, transferred to education department, ch 48, §19,21,55 Transferred to education department, ch 48

LIBRARY COMMISSION See LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION SERVICES DIVISION

LICENSES AND PERMITS Acupuncturists, certificate of registration, requirements, ch 86, §2-4,6,14 Air contaminant sources, operating, general, construction, and required permits, ch 137, §1,3-5 Alcoholic beverages, see ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES Attorney licenses, revocation or suspension, proceedings on petition, ch 85, §4,5 Coaching, school athletics, ch 66 Cosmetologists, exclusion, ch 61, §2,3 Court shorthand reporters, certification examinations, fees, ch 85, §3 Criminal history data, tribal gaming licensing, ch 53, §8,9 Dental hygiene program faculty permits, ch 41, §4 Dentists and dental hygienists, investigators, licensure violations, ch 41, §2 Drivers, see DRIVERS, MOTOR VEHICLES Evaluator license, educational examiners board, exemption, ch 82, §9 Hunting, fishing, and trapping fees, expenditure restricted, constitutional amendment proposed,

ch 184 Insurance agents, period of validity, ch 88, §32 Massage therapists, licensure requirements, ch 71 Motor vehicle dealers, see MOTOR VEHICLES Motor vehicle licenses, see DRIVERS, MOTOR VEHICLES Nurses, investigators, licensure violations, ch 41, §1 Psychiatric medical institutions for children, licensure, ch 53, §6 School bus drivers, requirement of annual issuance stricken, adult passengers transit, ch 127, §9

LIENS Attachment to property, medical assistance debts, transfer of assets, state collection action,

ch 106, §3 City and county enterprises and improvements, unpaid rates and charges, collection and admin-

istrative expense fee, ch 73, §1,2,4,13,14 Clandestine laboratory sites, owners' property, cleanup, ch 141, §4 Government entity, judgment against property, retroactive, ch 87, §13,14 Hazardous condition sites, cleanup expenses by state, ch 42, §3,6 Medical assistance recipients, lien on recipient's claims against third parties by human ser-

vices department, ch 180, §50

LIEN-LONG INDEX 638

LIENS- Continued Priority of, industrial or small business new jobs training, and real estate, exceptions, prop-

erty tax collection, ch 180, §88,90,91 Property taxes, unpaid, collection not abrogated, ch 180, §88,91

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Nominations for candidates, petitions, signature requirements and form, ch 143, §8 Salary, ch 177, §4

LIMITATION OF ACTIONS Child support orders, issues limited to support obligation, not subject to chapter 17 A proceed-

ings or review, ch 78, §2,4,9,18,26,46 Filing deadlines, extension for office closings, ch 9 Garnishment by distress warrant, inspections and appeals department, ch 53, §4 Paternity, actions to establish, time limitations, ch 79, §15,21 Public bonds and obligations, records, preservation, ch 89 Real property conveyances, spouse failing to join, recovery actions, ch 14

LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES General provisions, ch 39, §21-36 Accountants and accounting practitioners, ch 19 Farming corporations law, inclusion, ch 39, §1-20,37

LIMITED PARTNERSHIPS See PARTNERSHIPS

LIQUOR See ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

LIVESTOCK Beef cattle producers association, see BEEF CATTLE PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION Care and feeding contracts disputes, mediation, repeal delayed, ch 29; ch 171, §20,26 Disease research fund, ch 179, §8,9,24 Livestock producers assistance program, appropriation, ch 176, §11 Waste runoff mitigation and utilization, organic nutrient management program, ch 176, §14

LOANS Brokers, regulation, ch 60, §13-22,27 Consumer loans, see CONSUMER CREDIT CODE State officers and employees, from lobbyists, limitations, ch 163, §8,35,37

LOBBYING AND LOBBYISTS Candidates for state office at special elections, contribution prohibition, applicability, ch 129 Clients, reporting by, ch 163, §25,35,37 Ethics, ch 163 Loans to state officers and employees, restrictions, ch 163, §8,35,37 Registration, ch 163, §23,35,37 Reporting, ch 163, §24,35,37 State officials and employees, lobbying activities after service, ch 163, §4,35,37

LOCAL GOVERNMENTS See POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS

LOCAL OPTION TAXES Elections, costs, apportionment among jurisdictions, ch 143, §50

LOESS HILLS DEVELOPMENT AND CONSERVATION AUTHORITY Membership, duties, rules, mission, ch 136, §1

LONG-TERM CARE Asset preservation program, established, ch 92

639

LONG-TERM CARE- Continued Elder group homes, ch 72

INDEX LONG-MANA

Medical assistance and care, home and community-based options, insurance, asset preserva- tion program, ch 92

LOTTERIES State lottery

Board, financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 Commissioner, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Gamblers assistance fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,3,31 Gamblers assistance program information printed, ch 172, §26 Lottery fund, appropriation, ch 178, §16 Revenue transfers, see APPROPRIATIONS

LOW-INCOME PERSONS See also INDIGENT PERSONS Aid to dependent children, see AID TO DEPENDENT CHILDREN fADC) Aid to families with dependent children, see AID TO F AM/LIES WITH DEPENDENT

CHILDREN Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Home energy assistance

Program funding levels maintained, ch 168, §54,55 Weatherization and home repairs, ch 168, §9

Indians residing in Tama settlement, support, appropriation and payment, repealed, ch 172, §49 Legal defense services, see INDIGENT PERSONS Low-income property tax credit and rent reimbursement fund, ch 180, §9,22 Maternal and child health program, ch 168, §3 Property tax credit or reimbursement, claimants, eligibility, determination, ch 180, §4-6 Property tax credits and reimbursements, income definition, ch 156 Work force investment program and Job Training Partnership Act, priority for services,

ch 167, §1

LUCAS STATE OFFICE BUILDING Renovations, fire, safety, and federal Americans with Disabilities Act, funds, ch 180, §69

MAGISTRATES Cash payments, ch 177, §1 Judicial retirement fund, appropriation to, ch 177, §3 Salaries, appropriation, ch 171, §7 Salary rate limits, ch 177, §2

MAMMOGRAPHY Radiation machines, exclusive use, stricken, ch 139, §4

MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT Appropriations freeze, applicable Code sections, ch 180, §1 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Claims against state, processing and investigation costs, fees assessed, ch 180, §72 Critical infrastructure study committee, created, membership, ch 128, §3 Director

Energy fund disbursement council chairperson, energy conservation trust, ch 11 Salary, ch 177, §6,8

Funds, deposit and use of designated moneys in general fund, expenditure restrictions, availa- bility, ch 131

Furloughs and layoffs in state agencies, report, ch 178, §9 GAAP deficit reduction account, motor vehicle use tax revenue, deposit, ch 180, §7 Home energy assistance for low-income persons, program maintenance, ch 168, §54,55 Permanent positions added or deleted, previous fiscal year, agriculture and land stewardship

and natural resources departments, list, ch 176, §18 School districts, tax levy increase and program participation, deadlines, ch 1, §3-5,14

MANU-MEDI

MANUFACTURED HOMES See HOUSING

MANUFACTURING See also BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY

INDEX 640

Food services items, polystyrene packaging prohibition, beginning time extension, ch 180, §98 Machinery used in, acquisition or lease date, special tax valuation, ch 180, §12 Machinery used in, special taxpayer valuation, repealed, ch 180, §20 Recycling/reclamation businesses, national expansion, marketing initiatives, appropriation,

ch 176, §46 Sawdust, recycling, market expansion, initiatives, ch 176, §46

MAPS Iowa plane coordinate system, ch 50; ch 180, §78,85

MARIJUANA See CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES

MARITAL AND FAMILY THERAPISTS Child abuse, mental injuries, diagnose and confirm, ch 76, §1 Victim counselors, see VICTIMS

MARKETABLE TITLE See TITLES

MASSAGE THERAPISTS Licensure requirements, ch 71 Practitioners, temporary license, ch 71

MATERNITY See PREGNANCY; WOMEN

MEDIATION See ARBITRATION

MEDICAID See MEDICAL ASSISTANCE

MEDICAL AND CLASSIFICATION CENTER lOAKDALEI See CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES

MEDICAL ASSISTANCE Administration, ch 172, §3,4 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Community-based substance abuse treatment, increased federal funding, study, report,

ch 180, §70 Debts due, transfer of assets, state collection action, ch 106 Debts, investigation division position added, ch 180, §68 Elderly persons, see ELDERLY PERSONS Family investment program, eligibility, ch 97, §37 Health care licensure, administrative costs, coverage, ch 172, §3 Hospitals, supplemental payments, ch 179, §11,34 Iowa foundation for medical care for drug utilization review, contract with human services

department, expansion, ch 172, §4 Lien on recipient's claims, against third parties by human services department, ch 180, §50 Long-term care, see LONG-TERM CARE Managed care program, expansion, provider reimbursement, ch 172, §3 Medicare/medicaid, federal grant, ch 168, §50 Mental health, mental retardation, and developmental disabilities

Candidate services costs billing, chronically mentally ill, persons excluded, ch 172, §43 Case management services, counties, nonfederal share of cost, ch 172, §3 Case management services, minors, ch 172, §3 Case management services, provider contract change, ch 172, §31

641 INDEX MEDI

MEDICAL ASSISTANCE- Continued Over-the-counter drugs covered by, expansion for money-saving purposes, ch 172, §3 Physically disabled persons in housing facilities, continuation, waiver to permit, ch 90, §6 Prescription drugs requiring prior authorization, inclusion, report, ch 172, §3 Preventive health, children of covered families, marketing and advertising materials, report,

ch 180, §70 Providers' reimbursement, ch 172, §25 Veterans home, reimbursements, excess funds expenditure, ch 170, §6

MEDICAL CARE Acupuncturists and acupuncture, see ACUPUNCTURISTS Children exposed to illegal drugs, test results, reports, ch 93, §3 Community health management information system, development, electronic processing, ch 62 Drugs, see DRUGS Elder group home, see ELDER GROUP HOMES Elderly persons, see ELDERLY PERSONS Emergency assistance, bodily fluid exposure, hepatitis testing reimbursement, restrictions,

ch170,§4 Emergency medical care providers

Crimes indicated by gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries, reports to law enforcement agencies, ch 100, §2

Physician assistants, exemption from liability, ch 107 Victim counselors, examinations related to offenses, access, definitions, ch 166 Weapons permits, exemptions, ch 31

Health care and health care provider licensure, medical assistance funding and matching funds, ch 172, §3

Health care facilities, see HEALTH CARE FACILITIES Health care provider definition, expanded, ch 86, §11 Health care reform, see COMMUNITY HEALTH MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYS-

TEM(CHMISJ Health insurance, see HEALTH INSURANCE Hospice services, see HOSPICE SERVICES Inoculations, children born out of wedlock, county boards of health, tracking, ch 116 Insurance, see HEALTH INSURANCE Long-term care, see LONG-TERM CARE Medical devices, see MEDICAL DEVICES Organized health care delivery systems projects, establishment, ch 158, §3,4 Patients, indigents, refused care, reports, ch 70, §7 Physician assistants as supervisors, ch 107 Providers, medical assistance reimbursement rates, ch 172, §25 Substitute medical decision-making boards, subpoenas, patient records, ch 139, §2,3 Victim, sexual assault, acquired immune deficiency syndrome tests, convicted offender, ch 140 Volunteer physician program, free care, ch 65 Weapons permits, emergency medical care providers, exemptions, ch 31 Well-child health care, basic benefit coverage policies, ch 34

MEDICAL DEVICES Sales and use tax exemption, ch 122

MEDICAL EXAMINERS County medical examiners, burial-transit permit, issuance, ch 139, §6 State medical examiner, appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

MEDICAL EXAMINING BOARD Acupuncturists, registration, ch 86, §1-10,12 Advanced emergency medical care providers, responsibility, transferred to public health depart-

ment, ch 58 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

MEDI-MENT INDEX

MEDICAL EXAMINING BOARD-Continued Disciplinary proceedings, clinical issues, investigation, findings, rules, ch 58, §4 Estimates of fees, costs and expenses, adjustments, staff sharing, ch 170, §4 Volunteer physician program, registration of physicians, ch 65

MEDICAL LffiRARY See LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION SERVICES DIVISION

MEDICAL RECORDS Patients, indigents, refused care, reports, ch 70, §7

MEDICARE Medicare/medicaid, federal grant, ch 168, §50

MEDICINES See DRUGS

MEDIUM SECURITY CORRECTIONAL FACILITY See CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES

MEETINGS Governmental bodies, open meetings, minutes, votes of members, ch 25, §2 Public policy advisory bodies, meetings open to public, ch 25, §1

MEMBERSHIP SALES Buying clubs, ch 60, §1-5 Purchasing associations, regulation, repealed, ch 60, §6,24-26

MEMORIAL HALLS AND MONUMENTS

642

City convention centers and veterans memorial auditoriums, acquisition, bond issues, ch 180, §76

MENTAL HEALTH Acute care mental hospitals, medical assistance reimbursement, ch 172, §25 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Mentally ill persons, see MENTALLY ILL PERSONS

MENTAL HEALTH AND MENTAL RETARDATION COMMISSION Community services, descriptions, implementation, rules and emergency rules, ch 172, §20

MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS Involuntary hospitalization, advocates, ch 83

MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELORS Child abuse, mental injuries, diagnose and confirm, ch 76, §1 Crime victim compensation program, allowable charges, limitation increased, ch 104

MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTES Administration, ch 172, §14 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Involuntary hospitalization, advocates, ch 83

MENTAL HEALTH, MENTAL RETARDATION, AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILI- TIES DIVISION

Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Federal block grant funds, audit, payment, ch 168, §2 Homelessness, transition from, support services, training, and referrals, project assurance,

ch 168, §12 Mental injuries in children, abuse, diagnose and confirm, ch 76, §1

MENTALLY ILL PERSONS Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Case management services funded under medical assistance, provider change, ch 172, §31 Community living arrangements, appropriation, matching federal funds, ch 172, §16

643 INDEX

MENTALLY ILL PERSONS- Continued Federal funds, ch 168, §2 Involuntary hospitalization, advocates, ch 83

MENT-MINO

MI/MR/DD/BI service delivery system restructuring task force, continuation, ch 172, §46

MENTALLY RETARDED PERSONS Adjudication of mental retardation, counsel for, indigency determination, ch 175, §23 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Case management services funded under medical assistance, provider change, ch 172, §31 Intermediate care facilities, moratorium on certificates of need, ch 172, §28 MI/MR/DD/BI service delivery system restructuring task force, continuation, ch 172, §46

MERGED AREA SCHOOLS See COMMUNITY COLLEGES

MERIT SYSTEM Highway safety, uniformed force, and radio communications division, administration expenses,

ch 169, §4 Transportation department, administration expenses, appropriation, ch 169, §6,7

METHANE Gas conversion property, property tax exemption, ch 121

MIGRANTS Housing, emergency assistance, appropriation, ch 172, §2

MILITARY DIVISION See also NATIONAL GUARD Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

MILITARY FORCES See also NATIONAL GUARD; VETERANS Military operations fund, federal grant, ch 168, §47

MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS See also DAIRIES AND DAIRY PRODUCTS Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Grade "A" pasteurized milk ordinance, facilities and equipment regulation, permit require-

ment, ch 132 Inspection, sampling, and analysis, costs, appropriation, ch 176, §1 Milk fund, general fund receipts for deposit in, tracking, report, ch 176, §17 Milk fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,5,31 Regulation, facilities and equipment, permit requirement, ch 132

MINES AND MINING Health and safety, federal grant, ch 168, §53

MINNOWS See FISH AND FISHING, subhead Bait

MINORS See also CHILDREN; JUVENILES; YOUTHS Alcoholic beverages, purchasing or selling violations, penalties, ch 91, §18 Child abuse, see CHILD ABUSE Children exposed to illegal drugs, ch 93 Child support, see SUPPORT OF DEPENDENTS Day care, see DAY CARE Drivers, see DRIVERS, MOTOR VEHICLES Guardians and guardianships, see GUARDIANS AND GUARDIANSHIPS Incarceration, majority deemed attained during, ch 46, §2 Juvenile shelter care homes, reimbursed costs, ch 76, §15 Motor vehicle operation, see DRIVERS, MOTOR VEHICLES

MINO-MOTO

MINORS- Continued Paternity, see PATERNITY

INDEX

Sexual abuse victims, investigations, multidisciplinary teams, ch 64, §2,3

644

Sexual assault victims, convicted offenders, acquired immune deficiency syndrome tests, ch 140 Testimony, criminal trials, protection from trauma, closed circuit television, ch 64, §1,3 Trustees for, payments, workers' compensation cases, reports, ch 70, §5,6,9 "Under twenty-one" prominently placed on face of license, ch 164, §1

MISDEMEANORS Aggravated misdemeanors, air quality standards, violations, criminal penalties, ch 137, §5 Fines, penalties, imprisonment, limitations, ch 110, §10 Liquified petroleum gas containers, violations, penalties, ch 138 Minors, driver's license altered to obtain alcohol, ch 164, §3

MITCHELL VILLE CORRECTIONAL F ACIL TY See CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES

MOBILE HOMES Abandoned mobile homes and personal property

Disposal, ch 154, §2,6-12,17 ,18,20,21 Forcible entry and detention actions, joinder with action for abandonment, ch 154, §22 Return of tenant, payment of costs, ch 154, §16 Small claims court jurisdiction, ch 154, §18

Factory-built structures, moving, when renovation required, ch 154, §1 Parks

Landlord and tenant law, see LANDLORD AND TENANT Vehicular traffic laws applicable, waiver, recording with county recorder, ch 109, §2

Taxes, credits and reimbursements, income definition, ch 156

MONOPOLIES Competition law enforcement, appropriation, ch 171, §1,26

MONUMENTS See MEMORIAL HALLS AND MONUMENTS

MORATORIUM Commercial waste incinerators, permits, ch 120 Infectious waste treatment and disposal facilities, construction or operation permits, ch 103

MORTGAGES ON REAL PROPERTY Agricultural land, farmer-creditor disputes, mediation requirement, repeal delayed, ch 29;

ch 171, §19,23,26

MOTOR CARRIERS See CARRIERS

MOTOR VEHICLE DIVISION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL Ethanol, see ETHANOL Liquified petroleum gas containers, violations, penalties, ch 138 Taxes

Administration and enforcement, appropriation, ch 178, §17 Marine fuel tax fund, general fund receipts for deposit in, tracking, report, ch 176, §17

MOTOR VEHICLES See also DRIVERS, MOTOR VEHICLES Ambulances, see AMBULANCES Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Buses, see BUSES

645

MOTOR VEHICLES- Continued Carriers, see CARRIERS Chauffeur, definition, ch 139, §7

INDEX

Classic cars, display and sale, permits, ch 45, §2; ch 17 4, §3,4 Commercial, violation citation fees, ch 47, §18 Dealers

Adjacent parcels of property defined, ch 45, §1 Classic cars, display and sale, permits, ch 45, §2; ch 17 4, §4 Title transfers, security interest, ch 47, §1,2

Disabled persons, see subhead Persons with Disabilities below Drivers, see DRIVERS, MOTOR VEHICLES Driving while barred, subject to habitual offenders statute, ch 87, §8 Fire fighters, special plates, ch 2 Fuel, see MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL Handicapped persons, see subhead Persons with Disabilities below Juveniles, subject to habitual offender statute, ch 87, §6

MOTO-NARC

Law enforcement or security vehicles, unmarked, ethanol sticker exemption, ch 26 Leased then purchased, registration fee credit, plates, assigned, ch 87, §3 Licenses, see DRIVERS, MOTOR VEHICLES Mobile homes, see MOBILE HOMES Multipurpose vehicles equipped for disabled persons, registration fees, ch 165, §3; ch 169, §17 New, registration-applied-for cards, out-of-state dealer, ch 47, §1 Odometer fraud enforcement, appropriation, ch 171, §1 Operators, see DRIVERS, MOTOR VEHICLES Parking, handicapped parking signs, statement of fine for improper use, ch 169, §20 Persons with disabilities, multipurpose vehicles equipped for, registration fees, ch 165;

ch 169, §17,18 Plates, fire fighters, special, ch 2 Registration

Fees, ch 165, §3,17,18 Registration-applied-for cards, new vehicles, out-of-state dealer, ch 47, §1

Road construction zone, moving traffic violations, scheduled fine increase, ch 114 Salvage vehicle fees, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,12,31 School buses, see SCHOOL BUSES Signs on, election day, prohibition, ch 143, §18 Special trucks for farm use, motor carrier safety regulations, exception, ch 47, §15 Speed restrictions, violations, ch 47, §3-14 State vehicles, maintenance expenses, appropriations, ch 178, §5 Sunset to sunrise, sunrise to sunset, speed restriction language stricken, ch 47, §5 Terrorism, crime expanded, penalty revised, ch 112 Transfer of title, security interest, purchaser's application, ch 47, §1,2 Trucks, speed restrictions, ch 47, §3,7-11,14 "Under twenty-one" prominently placed on face of license, ch 164, §1 Use tax revenue, GAAP deficit reduction, deposit, ch 180, §7 Vehicles drawing another vehicle, speed restrictions, ch 47, §4-6

MOUNT PLEASANT CORRECTIONAL FACILITY See CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES

MOUNT PLEASANT MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTE See MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTES

MUNICIPALITIES See POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS

NARCOTICS ENFORCEMENT DIVISION Vehicle purchases, restrictions, ch 180, §71

NATI-NATU INDEX

NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF STATE LEGISLATURES Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

NATIONAL GOVERNORS' CONFERENCE Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

NATIONAL GUARD Facilities improvement fund, federal grant, ch 168, §47 Federally recognized officers, annual allowance, ch 169, §9

NATIVE AMERICANS See INDIANS, AMERICAN

NATURAL GAS Methane gas conversion property, property tax exemption, ch 121

NATURAL RESOURCES DEPARTMENT Administrative rules, ch 103; ch 120; ch 137, §2,3,5; ch 155, §10; ch 176, §16 Agricultural areas, consultant for land contiguous to supervised location, ch 146, §3 Air contaminant sources

646

Construction permits, applications and appeals, requests granted by default, repealed, ch 137, §6

Construction permits, filing of, noncompliance, civil and other penalties, ch 137, §5 General permits, enforcement, ch 137, §1 Operating permits, rules, noncompliance, criminal penalties, ch 137, §3,5 Required permits, noncompliance, criminal penalties, ch 137, §5 Small business technical assistance program, compliance advisory panel, ch 137, §7

Air quality standards, violations, criminal penalties, ch 137, §5 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Backbone Lake, dredging, feasibility study and update, report, ch 180, §32 Brushy Creek advisory board, reimbursement for expenses, ch 176, §41,51 Brushy Creek recreation area, trail improvements and lake shore development, ch 176, §42,51 By-products and waste exchange system, competitive grants program, criteria, appropriation,

restrictions, ch 176, §46 Conservation and outdoor recreation, temporary employment, preference given, ch 176, §21 Deappropriation, FY 1992-1993, ch 176, §13 Director, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Energy and geological resources division, see ENERGY AND GEOLOGICAL RESOURCES

DIVISION Environmental contamination, property ownership, liability, exemptions, ch 42 Environmental protection commission, see ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION COMMISSION Fish and game protection fund, expenditure restrictions, ch 176, §7 Forests and forestry resources management, application for federal funds, authorized, ch 13 General fund receipts for deposit in certain funds, tracking, report, ch 176, §17 Ginseng, wild, harvesting violations, penalty, ch 38 Groundwater professionals, registration, suspension or revocation, rules, ch 155, §10 Hazardous substance contamination, property ownership and liability, exemptions, ch 42, §2-4,6 Infectious waste treatment and disposal facilities, construction or operation permits, morato-

rium, rules, exceptions, ch 103 Information and financial data by cost center provided, ch 176, §18 Loess hills development and conservation authority, cooperation with, ch 136, §1 Natural resource commission, financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 Permanent positions added or deleted, previous fiscal quarter, list provided, ch 176, §17 Plum Grove transferred from, ch 179, §15 Pollutants, potential to emit, definition, rules, ch 137, §2 State forest nurseries, plant material grown, prices established, rules, ch 176, §16 Storm water discharge permits, time periods for denial or approval, and default approval, applica-

bility, ch 176, §44 Tonnage fees, collection and appropriation, ch 176, §45,46

647 INDEX NATU-OCCU

NATURAL RESOURCES DEPARTMENT-Continued Underground storage tank releases, property ownership and liability, exemptions, ch 42, §5,6 Urban contamination of state waters, study, report, ch 176, §20 Waste incinerators, commercial, permits, moratorium, rules, ch 120 Water contamination, property ownership and liability, exemptions, ch 42, §1,6 Woodland preservation programs, forestation and reforestation, ch 176, §16

NEWTON CORRECTIONAL FACILITY See CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES

NONPROFIT CORPORATIONS See CORPORATIONS, NONPROFIT

NONPUBLIC SCHOOLS See SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS

NONRESIDENTS Income tax returns, when required, ch 123

NORTH CENTRAL CORRECTIONAL FACILITY (ROCKWELL CITY I See CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES

NOTICES Child support, see SUPPORT OF DEPENDENTS

NUISANCES Agricultural areas, farm operation nuisance claim, ch 146, §7 Farms and farmers, disputes mediation, repeal delayed, ch 29; ch 171, §20,23,26

NURSES Child abuse, mental injuries, diagnose and confirm, ch 76, §1 Children exposed to illegal drugs, test results, report, ch 93, §3 Crimes indicated by gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries, reports to law enforcement

agencies, ch 100, §2 Drug dispensing, limitation, restriction, administrative rule, nullification, ch 183 Investigators appointed, ch 41, §1

NURSING BOARD Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Estimates of fees, costs, and expenses, adjustments, staff sharing, ch 170, §4 Investigators appointed, ch 41, §1 Nurse definition, administrative rule nullification, ch 183

NURSING FACILITIES Medical assistance, reimbursement rates, increase, ch 172, §25

NURSING HOMES Outcome-based plan of operation, pilot project, waiver request authorized, ch 172, §47

OAKDALE CAMPUS Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

OAKDALE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY See CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES

OCCUPATIONAL DISEASE COMPENSATION Mentally incompetent persons and minors, payments, appointment of trustee, reports,

ch 70, §5,6,9

OCCUPATIONAL HEARING LOSS Mentally incompetent persons and minors, payments, appointment of trustee, reports,

ch 70, §5,6,9

OCCU-OWI INDEX

OCCUPATIONAL INFORMATION COORDINATING COUNCIL Federal grant, ch 168, §51

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH Appeal board decision, judicial review, ch 180, §56,57 Citation, appeal by employer, appeal board as adjudicatory body, ch 180, §55 Labor commissioner, see LABOR SERVICES DIVISION Railway workplace accommodations, regulations, rules, enforcement, ch 180, §54

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS

648

Crimes indicated by gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries, reports to law enforcement agencies, ch 100, §2

OFFICE OF STATE-FEDERAL RELATIONS See STATE-FEDERAL RELATIONS OFFICE

OFFICIAL REGISTER Anthem, designated for one year, ch 186

OLYMPICS Income tax return checkoff, repealed, ch 144, §2,6 Special olympics, appropriation, ch 180, §63 Special olympics fund, appropriation to, ch 178, §24

OPEN ENROLLMENT See SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS

OPEN MEETINGS See MEETINGS

OPERATING MOTOR VEHICLE WHILE INTOXICATED IOWII See DRIVERS, MOTOR VEHICLES

OPTOMETRISTS Children exposed to illegal drugs, test results, reports, ch 93, §3 Crimes indicated by gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries, reports to law enforcement

agencies, ch 100, §2

ORPHANS Educational aid fund, appropriation, ch 170, §6

OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Acquired immune deficiency syndrome tests, sexual assault offenders, ch 140 Children exposed to illegal drugs, test results, reports, ch 93, §3 Clinical privileges, regulations, rules, written criteria, ch 108 Crimes indicated by gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries, reports to law enforcement

agencies, ch 100, §2 University of osteopathic medicine and health sciences, forgivable student loans and initiative

to direct physicians to shortage areas, appropriations, ch 179, §6 Volunteer physician program, ch 65

OSTEOPATHS See also OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Acquired immune deficiency syndrome tests, sexual assault offenders, ch 140 Children exposed to illegal drugs, test results, reports, ch 93, §3 Clinical privileges, regulations, rules, written criteria, ch 108 Crimes indicated by gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries, reports to law enforcement

agencies, ch 100, §2 Volunteer physician program, ch 65

OWl IOPERATING MOTOR VEHICLE WHILE INTOXICATEDI See DRIVERS, MOTOR VEHICLES

649 INDEX PACK-PARO

PACKAGING Commission for the blind, renewable packing material, required use, cost exception, ch 176, §38 General services department, renewable packing material, use required, cost exception,

ch 176, §26 Polystyrene, prohibition, beginning time extension, ch 180, §98 Regents, board of, renewable packing material, required use, cost exception, ch 176, §39 Transportation department, administrative services, renewable packing material, use required,

cost exception, ch 176, §40

PARENT AND CHILD See also F AM/LIES Child abuse, see CHILD ABUSE Children exposed to illegal drugs, child abuse, child in need of assistance, criminal prosecu-

tion, treatment services, ch 93 Child support, see SUPPORT OF DEPENDENTS Day care, see DAY CARE Domestic abuse, see DOMESTIC ABUSE Family day care homes, inclement weather, school cancellation, written approval, ch 76, §10 Family resource centers, see FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS Minors or mentally incompetent dependents, workers' compensation cases, appointments,

reports, ch 70, §5,6 Minors, sexual assault victims, acquired immune deficiency syndrome tests of offenders, coun-

seling, ch 140 Parental rights, grounds for termination, neglect, felony conviction, ch 76, §2 Parent involvement policies, family support programs, education, ch 105 Paternity, see PATERNITY Postsecondary enrollment costs, responsibility, waiver, ch 117, §1 Public assistance, see PUBLIC ASSISTANCE

PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING See GAMBLING

PARKING Handicapped parking signs, statement of fine for improper use, ch 169, §20

PARKS Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Mobile home parks, see MOBILE HOMES Public outdoor recreation and resources fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction,

ch 131, §1,18,31

PARKS AND PRESERVES DIVISION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

PAROLE Legislation, correctional impact statements, ch 171, §13,14 Money, furnished, limitations, ch 46, §11 Officers, mental fitness standards, ch 171, §21 Violators

Confinement facility, ch 46, §6,10,12 Confinement, reimbursement to counties, appropriation, ch 171, §5 Treatment and supervision by judicial departments of correctional services, appropriations,

ch 171, §6

PAROLE BOARD Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Automated data system, development, ch 171, §9 Chairperson and members, salaries, ch 177, §6,8 Community-based placements for elderly and infirm inmates, development, ch 171, §10 Corrections system task force consultant's recommendations, implementation, ch 171, §3

PARO-PERS

PAROLE BOARD-Continued Cross-training of staff, ch 171, §3

INDEX

Early release plan, prison population control, individual case reviews, ch 98, §3 Financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 Inmate status review plans, time limitation, ch 98, §2 Parole process study and report, ch 171, §3 Work release agreements, conditions, termination, ch 98, §1 Work release program, family visitation, ch 46, §8

PARTNERSHIPS Limited partnerships, registered offices and agents, change statement, ch 126, §6

PATERNITY Administrative establishment, child support recovery, ch 79, §14-23 Affidavit, child support recovery, ch 79, §9-14

PEACE INSTITUTE Appropriation, ch 167, §5

PEACE OFFICERS Cities, see CITIES Counties, see COUNTY SHERIFFS

650

Crimes indicated by gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries, reports, jurisdiction, ch 100, §2,3 Fingerprints and photographs, duty to take, expanded, sanctions, ch 115, §1,3 Public offense reports, disposition reports, procedures, ch 115, §6 Victim counselors, proceedings related to offenses, access, definitions, ch 166

PENALTIES See also CRIMES Acquired immune deficiency syndrome tests, convicted sexual assault offenders, disclosure,

ch 140 Acupuncturist, professional title, false use, violations, ch 86, §6,13 Air contaminant sources, general, operating, construction, and required permits, violations,

civil and criminal penalties, ch 137, §5 Air quality standards, violations, criminal penalties, ch 137, §5 Alcoholic beverage control violations, appeals, procedures, ch 91 Beekeeping, parasite-infested equipment, violations, ch 21, §9 Commercial pesticide applicators, violations, ch 130 Delinquent, recovery, procedures, income tax refund setoff, ch 110, §2-8,15-17; ch 171, §22 Dentists or dental hygienists, licensee discipline, limitation, ch 41, §3 Dog or cat ownership transfer, pounds or animal shelters, noncompliance with sterilization

agreement, ch 134 Felonies, see FELONIES Fines, see FINES Forfeitures, see FORFEITURES Liquified petroleum gas containers, violations, ch 138 Misdemeanors, limitations, ch 110, §10 Motor vehicle license revocation, civil penalty increased, disposition, ch 110, §1 Structured fines pilot program, expanded, extended, ch 81

PENITENTIARY See CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES

PERSONAL PROPERTY See PROPERTY

PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Data information system, report, ch 178, §12 Director, salary, ch 177, §6,8

651 INDEX PERS-PETR

PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT- Continued Disability insurance and state employees' benefits, ch 7 Permanent positions added or deleted, previous fiscal year, agriculture and land stewardship

and natural resources departments, list, ch 176, §18 Public employees' retirement system, see PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM

(JPERS) Public safety peace officers' retirement system, see PUBLIC SAFETY PEACE OFFICERS'

RETIREMENT, ACCIDENT, AND DISABILITY SYSTEM State's top achievement program, report, ch 178, §12 Transportation department personnel services, appropriation, ch 178, §13,14 Vacancies in agency full-time equivalent positions, report, ch 178, §11

PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Buildings and other facilities, accessibility, ch 95 Deaf and hard-of-hearing persons, see DEAF AND HARD-OF-HEARING PERSONS Developmentally disabled persons, see DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED PERSONS Division of persons with disabilities, see PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES, DIVISION OF Hospital-school, university of Iowa, appropriations, ch 179, §8,9 Housing facilities for persons with physical disabilities, ch 90 Motor vehicles

Multipurpose vehicles equipped for disabled persons, registration fees, ch 165; ch 169, §17 ,18 Parking, signs for, statement of fine for improper use, ch 169, §20

Property tax credit and reimbursement, claimants, eligibility, determination, ch 180, §4-6,15,16,22,23

Vocational rehabilitation, see VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION

PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES, DIVISION OF Administrator, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

PESTICIDES Applicators, educational program and certification, requirements, ch 176, §35,36 Commercial applicator peer review panel, establishment, ch 130, §2 Dealer licenses, requirements and prohibitions, applicability, ch 176, §37 Pesticide fund

General fund receipts for deposit in, tracking, report, ch 176, §17 Moneys to general fund, use restriction, availability of general fund for payment of related

expenses, ch 131, §1,9,28,31 Violations by commercial applicators, civil penalties, ch 130

PETITIONS Elections, see ELECTIONS

PETROLEUM Energy research and development fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, abandoned

property sales moneys no longer applied, ch 131, §1,19,27,31 Federal pricing violations, settlements, energy conservation trust established, ch 11 Liquified, gas containers, violations, penalties, ch 138 Overcharge program, administration, appropriation, ch 173, §1 Small businesses, corrective action for releases, loan guarantee account benefits, ch 155, §5 Tanks, see PETROLEUM STORAGE TANKS

PETROLEUM STORAGE TANKS Groundwater professionals, registration, revocation or suspension, ch 155, §10 Insurance account coverage for owners and operators, tank compliance, surcharge, and premium

rates, ch 155, §6-9

PETR-PODI INDEX

PETROLEUM STORAGE TANKS-Continued Petroleum underground storage tank fund

Board Appeal procedures, rules, ch 155, §1 Financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37

652

Loan guarantee account for corrective action costs, petroleum small businesses included, ch 155, §5

Corrective action, remedial account coverage, ch 155, §2-4 Underground tanks, releases, property ownership, liability, exemption, ch 42, §5,6

PHARMACISTS Crimes indicated by gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries, reports to law enforcement

agencies, ch 100, §2

PHARMACY EXAMINERS BOARD Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Estimates of fees, costs, and expenses, adjustments, staff sharing, ch 170, §4

PHYSICAL THERAPISTS Crimes indicated by gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries, reports to law enforcement

agencies, ch 100, §2

PHYSICIAN ASSIST ANT EXAMINING BOARD Physician assistants, ambulance staffing authority, approval, rules, ch 107, §4

PHYSICIAN ASSIST ANTS Crimes indicated by gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries, reports to law enforcement

agencies, ch 100, §2 Emergency medical care services, authority, liability exemption, supervision, ch 107

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Acquired immune deficiency syndrome tests, convicted sexual assault offenders, ch 140 Acupuncture patients, preevaluation of condition, referral, ch 86, §10 Child abuse, mental injuries, diagnose and confirm, ch 76, §1 Children exposed to illegal drugs, test results, reports, ch 93, §3 Clinical privileges, regulations, rules, written criteria, ch 108 Crimes indicated by gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries, reports to law enforcement

agencies, ch 100, §2 Family practice program, university of Iowa, appropriation, ch 179, §8,9 Medical assistance reimbursement, fee schedule used, revision, ch 172, §25 Primary health care initiative, appropriation, ch 179, §8,9 Volunteer physician program, ch 65

PLANNING COMMISSIONS Regional planning commissions, annexation or incorporation by cities, records, ch 152, §4,9

PLEADINGS Filing deadlines, extension for office closings, ch 9

PLUMBING Elder group homes, code, compliance, ch 72, §3

PLUM GROVE Transferred to cultural affairs department, ch 179, §15

PODIATRISTS Children exposed to illegal drugs, test results, reports, ch 93, §3 Clinical privileges, regulations, rules, written criteria, ch 108 Crimes indicated by gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries, reports to law enforcement

agencies, ch 100, §2

653

POLICE OFFICERS See also PEACE OFFICERS Cities, see CITIES

INDEX

Retirement system, see FIRE AND POLICE RETIREMENT SYSTEM

POLITICAL COMMITTEES See CAMPAIGN FINANCE

POLITICAL PARTIES See also ELECTIONS Campaign finance, see CAMPAIGN FINANCE

POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS

POLI-POPU

See also specific headings such as CITIES; COUNTIES; SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DIS- TRICTS

Arson investigators, weapons permits, ch 31 Aviation authority bonds and notes, private sales, prices, ch 118 Bonds, see BONDS, DEBT OBLIGATIONS Building codes, see BUILDING CODES Condemnation proceedings, instrument affecting real property, validity against state or polit-

ical subdivisions, ch 33 Employees, conflicts of interest, ch 163, §2,35,37 Fire and police retirement system, see FIRE AND POLICE RETIREMENT SYSTEM Forestry management programs, federal funding, representation, ch 13 Highways, see H/GHW A YS Insurance for employees, self-insurance plans, ch 88, §9,10 Juvenile shelter care homes, reimbursed costs, ch 76, §15 Library compact transferred to education department, ch 48, §33-36 Officers, conflicts of interest, ch 163, §2,35,37 Open meetings of governmental bodies, minutes, votes of members, ch 25, §2 Pesticide dealers licenses, requirements and prohibitions, applicability, ch 176, §37 Public policy advisory bodies, meetings open to public, ch 25, §1 School districts, bonds, levy resolution, deadline, ch 1, §2,14 State funds allocation, appropriation for, freeze, ch 180, §1 Weapons permits, exemptions, ch 31

POLLUTION Air, commercial waste incinerators, permits, moratorium, ch 120 Air contaminant sources, permits, enforcement, rules, violations, civil and criminal penalties,

ch 137, §1,3,5 Air pollutants, hazardous, annual fee, exemption, ch 176, §19 Grain storage facilities, dust emission control exemption, exception, ch 176, §19 Pollutants, potential to emit, definition, ch 137, §2 State waters, urban contamination, study, report, ch 176, §46 Utilities, compliance with federal Clean Air Act, review by utilities board, ch 68 Waste, see WASTE Water, see WATER AND WATERCOURSES

POLYSTYRENE Packaging and food service items, prohibition, beginning time extension, ch 180, §98

POOR PERSONS See LOW-INCOME PERSONS

POPULAR NAMES Dramshop Act, catering privileges alcoholic beverage licenses, nonapplicability, ch 91, §20 Iowa child support recovery Act of 1993, ch 79 Iowa works, welfare reform initiative, ch 97, §3-7,11 Model small group rating law, ch 80, §1 Welfare reform, ch 97

POST-PROD INDEX 654

POSTCONVICTION PROCEDURE Review of requests for relief, process established in fair hearings and appeals division, ch 175, §7

POUNDS Cat or dog ownership transfer, sterilization agreement, violations, ch 134

POWER OF ATTORNEY See ATTORNEY IN FACT

PREGNANCY Birth defects and genetics counseling programs and services, appropriations, ch 170, §4 Obstetric service providers, medical assistance reimbursement rates, increase, ch 172, §25 Perinatal care program, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §3,16 Perinatal program, statewide, appropriation, ch 170, §4 Substance abuse treatment, child care and prenatal services, federal grant moneys, ch 168, §1,16

PRESCRIPTIONS Drugs, see DRUGS Medical devices, see MEDICAL DEVICES

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES Nominations for candidates, petitions, signature requirements and form, ch 143, §8

PREVENTION OF DISABILITIES POLICY COUNCIL Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

PRIMARY ROAD FUND Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

PRINCIPALS Schools, see SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS

PRINTING, STATE Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Publications, state, distribution, ch 48, §5-7

PRISONS AND PRISONERS See also CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES Inmates, state institutions, see CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES Prison industries, see IOWA STATE INDUSTRIES

PROBATE CODE Certificate of probate, ch 70, §13,14 Conservators and conservatorships, see CONSERVATORS AND CONSERVATORSHIPS Estates of decedents ·

Interested persons, requests for notice of hearings, ch 111, §1 Intestate estates, shares passed to heirs, ch 111, §2

Executors, certified copy of will, ch 70, §14 Fiduciaries, bonds, records, ch 70, §15 Guardians and guardianships, see GUARDIANS AND GUARDIANSHIPS Heirs, shares of intestate estates, ch 111, §2 Intestate estates, shares passed to heirs, ch 111, §2 Probate court, see PROBATE COURT Wills, notices of probate, heir defined, ch 111, §3,4

PROBATE COURT Associate probate judges, appointments, qualifications, duties, ch 70, §11 Certificate of probate, ch 70, §13,14 Clerk of probate court, records of, copies, destruction, ch 70, §10,12-15 Probate record book, inclusiveness, ch 70, §12

PROBATION Legislation, correctional impact statements, ch 171, §13,14 Officers, mental fitness standards, ch 171, §21

655

PROBATION- Continued Violators

Confinement facility, ch 46, §6

INDEX PROB-PROP

Treatment and supervision by judicial departments of correctional services, appropriations, ch 171, §6

PROCEEDINGS See also heading for particular kind of proceedings Child support, see SUPPORT OF DEPENDENTS

PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION Chairperson, report, ch 180, §42 Financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 Fund

Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Technology assistance program account created, ch 167, §10

PROFESSIONAL LICENSING AND REGULATION DEPARTMENT Code references changes, ch 175, §26

PROFESSIONAL LICENSING AND REGULATION DIVISION Administrative services trust fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,25,31 Administrator, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Code references changes, ch 175, §26 Real estate broker trust accounts auditor, appropriation and funding, ch 175, §12 Revolving fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, availability of general fund for pay-

ment of related expenses, ch 131, §1,24,28,31

PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE DIVISION Appropriations, ch 170, §4 Estimates of fees, costs and expenses, adjustments, ch 170, §4 Investigators for nurses, dentists, dental hygienists, peace officer powers, ch 41, §1,2

PROFESSIONS See also heading for specific profession Limited liability companies, acquisition prior to dissolution, ch 39, §36

PROPERTY Abandoned, sales, moneys to general fund, ch 131, §26,27,31 Asset preservation program, insurance, established, ch 92 Collection action by state, medical assistance debts due, transfer of assets, ch 106 Real property, see REAL PROPERTY Recycling property, tax exemption, ch 159 Taxes, see PROPERTY TAXES Unclaimed property

Payment or delivery to treasurer of state, interest rate and waiver of interest, ch 178, §35,36 Stock and intangible ownership interests in business associations, presumption of abandon-

ment, ch 178, §33,34

PROPERTY TAXES Agricultural land credit fund, appropriation, ch 180, §11 Community colleges, additional equipment replacement levy, ch 6 Computers, acquisition or lease date, special tax valuation, ch 180, §12 Credits and reimbursements

Claimants, eligibility, determination, ch 180, §4-6,15,16,22 Income definition, ch 156

Extraordinary property tax credit and reimbursement, payment of claims from fund, ch 180, §8 Family farm tax credit fund, agricultural land credit fund transfer, ch 180, §10 Instructional support tax, ch 1, §4,14

PROP-PUBL INDEX

PROPERTY TAXES- Continued Lien for unpaid taxes, collection not abrogated, ch 180, §88,91 Limitation, taxes certified for FY 1995, increase, ch 145 Low-income tax credit and reimbursement fund, ch 180, §9,22

656

Machines used in manufacturing, acquisition or lease date, special tax valuation, ch 180, §12 Methane gas conversion property, exemption, ch 121 Mobile homes, see MOBILE HOMES Public recreation and playground tax, reorganization of school districts, ch 160, §17 Recycling property, exemption, ch 159 Sanitary districts, special assessments, payment, ch 57, §2 School districts

Finance deadlines extended, ch 1 Foundation property tax, amount, exceptions, ch 180, §92-95,97 Libraries, reorganization, discontinuance of levy, ch 7 4 Railway corporations, ch 180, §95,97 Reorganization, additional enrichment amounts, ch 8 Reorganization, failure to vote or certify, and new reorganization, reduction, ch 180, §93,94,97

Tax sales, see TAX SALES Wind energy conversion property, valuation, ch 161, §2

PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS See ATTORNEYS AT LAW

PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS TRAINING PROGRAM Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

PSEUDORABIES Eradication program, appropriation, ch 176, §3

PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL, STATE Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

PSYCHIATRIC MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS FOR CHILDREN Accreditation, ch 53, §7 Licensing, ch 53, §6; ch 172, §29,30; ch 180, §79,80,85

PSYCHIATRISTS Crime victim compensation program, allowable charges, limitation increased, ch 104

PSYCHOLOGISTS Child abuse, mental injuries, diagnose and confirm, ch 76, §1 Clinical privileges, regulations, rules, written criteria, ch 108 Crimes indicated by gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries, reports to law enforcement

agencies, ch 100, §2 Crime victim compensation program, allowable charges, limitation increased, ch 104 Victim counselors, see VICTIMS

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE Aid to dependent children, see AID TO DEPENDENT CHILDREN (ADC) Aid to families with dependent children, see AID TO F AM/LIES WITH DEPENDENT

CHILDREN Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Cluster boards, county, ch 54 Medical assistance, see MEDICAL ASSISTANCE Overpayment debts owed to human services department, collection by distress warrants,

ch 53, §3-5 Physically disabled persons in housing facilities, continuation, waiver to permit, ch 90, §6 Relief, emergency, county cluster boards, ch 54, §6,7,13 Supplementary assistance, see SUPPLEMENTARY ASSISTANCE

657 INDEX

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE- Continued Welfare reform, see WELFARE REFORM X-pert benefit eligibility determination system, appropriation, ch 172, §24

PUBLICATIONS State publications, distribution, ch 48, §5-7,20

PUBLIC BROADCASTING DIVISION Administrator, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

PUBL

State communications network fund and actions taken, comprehensive audit, ch 180, §82 Transferred to education department, ch 48, §37 -50,55

PUBLIC DEFENDER, STATE Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Delinquent fees and expenses, recovery, procedures, ch 110, §2-8,15-17; ch 171, §22 Indigency defense costs, recovery, ch 175, §25 Indigency determination, ch 175, §15,16,28 Salary, ch 177, §6,8

PUBLIC DEFENSE DEPARTMENT Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Emergency management division, see EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIVISION Military division, see MILITARY DIVISION

PUBLIC EMPLOYEES Cities, see CITIES Conflicts of interest, ch 163, §2,35,37 Gifts, acceptance and receipt, ch 163, §6,35,37 Honoraria, acceptance, limitations, ch 163, §7,35,37 Insurance, groups, self-insurance plans, ch 88, §9,10

PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM (IPERSI Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Board, voting quorum, ch 44, §3 Covered wage limitation, three-year average, percentage multiplier, ch 44, §4-7,21 Data information system, report, ch 178, §12 General assembly members, annual account additions, Internal Revenue Code compliance,

ch 44, §9,10 Investment board, financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 Investment program, employment of staff, ch 178, §12 Members, participants in prior retirement plans, annual account additions, federal compliance,

ch 44, §8-14 Protection occupation employees, benefits, percentage multiplier, ch 44, §6,21 Retirement benefits and disability insurance benefits, ch 7

PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS BOARD Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 Salaries and cash payments, ch 177, §7 ,8

PUBLIC FUNDS See also heading for specific fund and APPROPRIATIONS Abandoned property sales, moneys to general fund, ch 131, §26,27,31 Administrative services trust fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,25,31 Appropriations from, see APPROPRIATIONS Aviation fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,16,29,31 Banking revolving fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, availability of general fund

for payment of related expenses, ch 131, §1,22,28,31 Commercial feed fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,7,31

PUBL INDEX 658

PUBLIC FUNDS-Continued Credit union revolving fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, availability of general

fund for payment of related expenses, ch 131, §1,23,28,31 Dairy trade practices trust fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,6,31 Energy conservation trust, energy conservation programs for low-income persons, disburse-

ments, ch 173, §1 Energy research and development fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, abandoned

property sales moneys no longer applied, ch 131, §1,19,27,31 Excursion boat gambling special account, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,4,31 Federal funds, see FEDERAL FUNDS Fertilizer fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, availability of general fund for pay-

ment of related expenses, ch 131, §1,8,28,31 Gamblers assistance fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,3,31 General fund, transfer, state publications, advertising sales, ch 167, §1 Health insurance premium reserve fund, transfer of funds to low-income persons, ch 168, §54,55 Iowa product development corporation fund, technology assistance program account created,

ch 167, §10 Loess hills development and conservation fund, nonreversion, ch 136, §2 Lottery fund revenue transfers, see APPROPRIATIONS Marine fuel tax fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,17,31 Milk fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,5,31 Motor vehicle fraud account, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,10,31 Pari-mutuel regulation fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,2,31 Pesticide fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, availability of general fund for pay-

ment of related expenses, ch 131, §1,9,28,31 Professional licensing revolving fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, availability of

general fund for payment of related expenses, ch 131, §1,24,28,31 Public outdoor recreation and resources fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction,

ch 131, §1,18,31 Public transit assistance fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,11,13,29,31 Railroad assistance fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,14,29,31 Renewable fuel fund, see RENEWABLE FUEL, OFFICE OF Salvage vehicle fees, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,12,31 Special railroad facility fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,15,29,31 Utilities trust fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, availability of general fund for

payment of related expenses, ch 131, §1,20,21,28,31

PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT Acquired immune deficiency syndrome tests, convieted sexual assault offenders, victim ser-

vices, rules, ch 140 Acupuncturists and acupuncture, see ACUPUNCTURISTS Administrative rules, ch 55; ch 158, §3,4 Advanced emergency medical care providers, responsibility transferred from medical examining

board, ch 58 Agriculture-related injury and disease, intervention goals, departmental and university cooper-

ation, ch 170, §4 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Birth certificate fees, rules, ch 170, §4 Brain and spinal cord injuries, registry maintained, ch 170, §4 Burial-transit permit, communicable disease, ch 139, §5 Chronic renal disease program, excessive expenditures, reduction, rules, ch 170, §4 Community-based placements for elderly and infirm inmates, development, ch 171, §10 Council on chemically exposed infants and children, name change, duties, ch 93, §4-9 County boards of supervisors, home care aide program, contracts, reallocation of funds, rules,

ch 170, §4 Crippled children's program, administration, ch 168, §3; ch 170, §4 Director, salary, ch 177, §6,8

659 INDEX PUBL

PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Continued Emergency medical services division, see EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES DIVISION Federal funds, ch 168, §1 Foster care, see FOSTER CARE Health care organized delivery systems projects, rules and licensing, ch 158, §3,4 Health care provider licensure, matching federal medical assistance funding, general fund

deposit, ch 172, §3 Health facilities council, see HEALTH FACILITIES COUNCIL Healthy Iowans 2000

Elderly persons nutrition screening goals, interdepartmental cooperation, report, ch 170, §4 Iowa community nutrition coalition, county involvement goals, report, ch 170, §4

Home care aide program for prevention of institutionalization, evaluation, report, ch 170, §4 In-home health care provider agencies, home care aide program, contracts, reallocation of funds,

rules, ch 170, §4 Intermediate care facilities for mentally retarded, moratorium on certificates of need, ch 172, §28 Local health boards, public health nursing program, contracts, reallocation of funds, ch 170, §4 Massage therapists, licensure, ch 71 Maternal and child health program administration, federal Social Security Act requirements,

ch 168, §3 Maternal and child health program, statewide, administration, ch 170, §4 Medical assistance program, community-based substance abuse treatment, increased federal

funding, study, report, ch 180, §70 Medical practice parameters, implementation, report, ch 170, §4 Physician assistant, ambulance staffing authority, approval, ch 107 Preventive health, children of families covered under medical assistance program, marketing

and advertising materials, report, ch 180, §70 Program performance-based budgeting method, fiscal years 1991 and 1995, appropriations track-

ing, ch 170, §4 Substance abuse treatment program, monitor, emergencies, licensure, ch 139, §1 Vital records modernization project, rules, fees, ch 55 Vital statistics, see VITAL STATISTICS Volunteer physician program

Consultation with human services department, rules, ch 65 Established, ch 65

Women and children, university of Iowa's mobile and regional child health specialty clinics, integration of services, ch 168, §3

PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS Cities, see CITIES Counties, see COUNTIES Critical infrastructure study committee, created, ch 128

PUBLIC MEASURES See ELECTIONS

PUBLIC MEETINGS See MEETINGS

PUBLIC OFFENSES See also CRIMES Disposition reports, required, procedures, ch 115, §6

PUBLIC OFFICERS Conflicts of interest, ch 163, §8,35,37 Gifts, acceptance and receipt, ch 163, §6,35,37 Honoraria, acceptance, limitations, ch 163, §7,35,37 Open meetings of governmental bodies, minutes, votes of members, ch 25, §2 Vacancies, more than one office held, ch 143, §41

PUBL-PURC INDEX 660

PUBLIC RECORDS See also VITAL STATISTICS Annexation, incorporation, or severance by cities, ch 152, §4,6,12 Bonds and obligations, public, preservation of records, limitation of actions, ch 89 County recorder, preservation and maintenance, document management fees, working group

established, purposes and intent, ch 151 Ethics and campaign disclosure board investigations, confidentiality, ch 163, §16,35,37 Ethics investigations by independent counsel, confidentiality, ch 163, §20,27,35,37 Filing and recording of instruments, abolition of county recorder's office, duties transferred

to county auditor, ch 148 Financial disclosure statements of state officers and employees, ch 163, §22,35,37 Fire and police retirement system, ch 44, §17 Open meetings of governmental bodies, minutes, votes of members, ch 25, §2 Public safety peace officers' retirement, accident, and disability system, ch 44, §1

PUBLIC SAFETY DEPARTMENT Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Clandestine laboratory sites cleanup

Definition, ch 141, §1 Lien notice, recording fee, ch 141, §4 Powers and duties, rules, ch 141

Commissioner, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Criminal history data, tribal gaming background investigations or licensing, ch 53, §8,9 Criminal history records, preservation, fingerprints and photographs included, accessibility,

sanctions, ch 115, §2-5 Criminal investigation division, see CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION Employees, retirement, insurance premiums payment, ch 169, §4 Fingerprints and photographs of arrested persons, records received, ch 115, §1-3 Highway patrol, see HIGHWAY PATROL Highway safety, uniformed force, and radio communications division, appropriations, ch 169, §4 Medical examiner, state, see MEDICAL EXAMINERS Narcotics enforcement division, see NARCOTICS ENFORCEMENT DIVISION Peace officers' retirement, accident, and disability system, see PUBLIC SAFETY PEACE

OFFICERS' RETIREMENT, ACCIDENT, AND DISABILITY SYSTEM Public offense reports, disposition reports, required, procedures, crime statistics, ch 115, §6

PUBLIC SAFETY PEACE OFFICERS' RETIREMENT, ACCIDENT, AND DISABILITY SYSTEM

Layoffs, withdrawal of contributions, repayment, ch 44, §2,21 Records, membership information, access, ch 44, §1

PUBLIC TRANSIT Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Operating record abstracts, requests by public transit officials, fee exemption, ch 169, §19 Public transit assistance fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,11,13,29,31

PUBLIC UTILITIES See UTILITIES

PUBLIC WORKS Critical infrastructure study committee, created, ch 128

PUPILS See SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS

PURCHASING State departments, revolving fund, appropriations, ch 178, §5

661 INDEX RACI-REAL

RACING See also RACING AND GAMING COMMISSION Dogs and horses, state residency and breeding standards, administration, appropriation,

ch 176, §4

RACING AND GAMING COMMISSION Administrator, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Excursion boat gambling regulation, appropriation, ch 175, §13 Financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 Gamblers assistance program information printed, ch 172, §26 Pari-mutuel wagering, see GAMBLING Racetrack regulation, expenditures limitation and reversion, ch 175, §13,28

RAILROADS Alcoholic beverages licensees, purchases, restrictions, ch 91, §8 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Assistance fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,14,29,31 Condemnation proceedings, initiation, ch 47, §17; ch 87, §1 Right-of-way, abandoned, condemnation, ch 47, §17 Sale of property, disagreement determination, review, ch 47, §16 School foundation aid, property taxes on railroads excluded, ch 180, §95 Special railroad facility fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,15,29,31 Terrorism, crime expanded, penalty revised, ch 112 Tracks, facilities, equipment, rolling stock, operations, and records, inspection, ch 87, §9 Workplace accommodations, regulations, enforcement, ch 180, §54,59

RAILWAY FINANCE AUTHORITY Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

RAPE See SEXUAL ABUSE

REAL ESTATE See REAL PROPERTY

REAL EST ATE APPRAISER EXAMINING BOARD Professional licensing revolving fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, availability of

general fund for payment of related expenses, ch 131, §1,24,28,31

REAL EST ATE BROKERS AND SALESPERSONS Disclosure statements to transferees of real property, ch 30 Trust accounts

Auditor, appropriation and funding, ch 175, §12 Compliance verification and examination, ch 175, §19 Examination, ch 30, §2

REAL ESTATE COMMISSION Administrative rules, ch 30, §1,11 Broker trust accounts

Auditor, appropriation and funding, ch 175, §12 Compliance verification and examination, ch 175, §19

Professional licensing revolving fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, availability of general fund for payment of related expenses, ch 131, §1,24,28,31

Real property transfers, disclosure statements to transferees, requirements, ch 30

REAL PROPERTY See also PROPERTY Agricultural land, see AGRICULTURAL LAND Condemnation proceedings, validity of instruments affecting real estate against state or polit-

ical subdivision, ch 33

REAL-REFO INDEX

REAL PROPERTY- Continued Condemnation, railway corporation, notice, ch 87, §1 Conveyances, see CONVEYANCES

662

Filing and recording of instruments, abolition of county recorder's office, duties transferred to county auditor, ch 148

Forcible entry and detention, see FORCIBLE ENTRY AND DETENTION Liens, see LIENS Public, judgments against, retroactive, ch 87, §13,14 Records, filing and recording with county recorder, document management fee established,

ch 151 Recovery by spouse, limitation of actions, ch 14 Surveying, see SURVEYORS AND SURVEYING Taxes, see PROPERTY TAXES Titles, see TITLES Transfers, disclosure statements to transferees, ch 30 Water districts, see WATER DISTRICTS

RECORDERS See COUNTY RECORDERS

RECORDS Arrest reports, disposition data, removal from computer, ch 115, §7 Bonds and obligations, public, limitation of actions, ch 89 Confidential, see CONFIDENTIAL COMMUNICATIONS AND RECORDS Correctional facilities, access by libraries and information services division, ch 48, §54 County recorders, preservation and maintenance, document management fees, working group

established, purposes and intent, ch 151 District court, clerks, records, ch 70, §5-9,15 Driving, minors, license altered to obtain alcohol, suspension, expungement, ch 164, §2 Fire and police retirement system, membership information, access, ch 44, §17 Human services department, access by libraries and information services division, ch 48, §11 Medical, see MEDICAL RECORDS Probate court, clerks, records, ch 70, §10,12-15 Public safety peace officers' retirement, accident, and disability system, membership informa-

tion, access, ch 44, §1 Public, see PUBLIC RECORDS

RECREATION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Brushy Creek recreation area, equestrian and pedestrian trails, improvements, campground

permanence, ch 176, §23,42,51 Public outdoor recreation and resources fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction,

ch 131, §1,18,31

RECYCLING AND RECYCLED PRODUCTS Businesses, national expansion, marketing initiatives, appropriation, ch 176, §46 Commission for the blind, renewable packing material, use required, cost exception, ch 176, §38 General services department, renewable packing material, use required, cost exception,

ch 176, §26 Packing material, renewable, state departments and agencies, use required, ch 176, §26,38-40 Polystyrene products prohibition, beginning time extension, ch 180, §98 Property used, tax exemption, ch 159 Recycling and reuse center, university of northern Iowa, appropriation, ch 179, §8,9

REDEMPTION Tax sales, see TAX SALES

REFORMATORY See CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES

663 INDEX

REFUGEES Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

REGENTS, BOARD OF Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Bonds, see BONDS, DEBT OBLIGATIONS

REFU-RESI

Braille and sight saving school, see BRAILLE AND SIGHT SAVING SCHOOL (VINTONJ Building program, approval, ch 181 Deaf, school for, see DEAF, SCHOOL FOR Employees, noncontract, cash payments and salary increases, allocation, ch 177, §11 Energy costs savings projects, financing, ch 179, §10 Executive director, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 Institutions

Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Fire and environmental safety deficiencies, identification and correction, ch 179, §23

Iowa state university of science and technology, see IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY fAMES)

Motor vehicles, unmarked law enforcement or security, ethanol sticker exemption, ch 26, §4,9 Open meetings of governmental bodies, minutes, votes of members, ch 25, §2 Packing material, renewable, required use, cost exception, ch 176, §39 Postsecondary enrollment options, school for the deaf and braille and sight saving school, ch 69 University of Iowa, see UNIVERSITY OF IOWA (IOWA CITY) University of northern Iowa, see UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN IOWA (CEDAR FALLS)

REGIONAL LffiRARIES See LIBRARIES

REGIONAL PLANNING AUTHORITIES See PLANNING COMMISSIONS

REHABILITATION Training, federal grant, ch 168, §53

RELIEF See PUBLIC ASSISTANCE

RELIGIONS Sales proceeds, sales and use tax exemption, ch 135, §2

RENAL DISEASES Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

RENEW ABLE FUEL, OFFICE OF Administration, transfer of funds from ethanol production incentive account to department

of agriculture and land stewardship, ch 180, §7 4

RENTS Late payment charges, interest rate limits not applicable, ch 154, §5 Low-income tax credit and reimbursement fund, ch 180, §9,22 Property taxes paid in, reimbursement, claimants, eligibility, determination, ch 180, §16

REPARATIONS Crime victim compensation program, see CRIME VICTIM COMPENSATION PROGRAM

REPRESENTATIVES, STATE See GENERAL ASSEMBLY

REPRESENTATIVES, UNITED STATES See CONGRESS

RESIDENCES See HOUSING

RESI-RULE

RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES See HEALTH CARE FACILITIES

RESIDENTIAL SERVICE CONTRACTS Regulation, ch 60, §7 -11

INDEX

RESOURCES ENHANCEMENT AND PROTECTION FUND Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

RESTITUTION Court costs and fees, see COURTS Indigent defense fees, payment method, structured fines pilot program, ch 81 Victims, see VICTIMS

RETIREMENT Fire and police retirement system, see FIRE AND POLICE RETIREMENT SYSTEM Judicial officers, see JUDICIAL RETIREMENT SYSTEM Public employees, see PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM (JPERS)

664

Public safety peace officers, see PUBLIC SAFETY PEACE OFFICERS' RETIREMENT, ACCIDENT, AND DISABILITY SYSTEM

RETIREMENT FACILITIES Construction, waiver of requirements by insurance division, ch 60, §12

REVENUE AND FINANCE DEPARTMENT Administrative rules, ch 79, §34; ch 144, §3; ch 159 Agricultural land values, determination, crop productivity statistics, ch 176, §1 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Child support recovery unit, assistance, rules, ch 79, §33,34 Corporations dissolved administratively, reinstatement, tax status determination, ch 126, §8 Director, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Extraordinary property tax credit and reimbursement, payment of claims from fund, ch 180, §8 Family investment program, public assistance, ch 97, §40 General fund receipts for deposit in certain funds, tracking, report, ch 176, §17 Generally accepted accounting principles implementation, report, ch 178, §15 Home energy assistance for low-income persons, program maintenance, ch 168, §54,55 Income taxes, see INCOME TAXES Income tax refund setoff, delinquent debts, recovery, procedures, fee, ch 110, §4-8 Lottery and lottery division, see LOTTERIES Motor vehicle fuel tax administration and enforcement, ch 178, §17 Recycling property, tax exemption, ch 159 Tax collection efforts, report, ch 178, §15 Tax review board, state, see TAX REVIEW BOARD, STATE

RIVERBOAT GAMBLING See GAMBLING

ROADS See HIGHWAYS

ROAD USE TAX FUND Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Bridges, county, replacement or realignment, county bridge construction fund, moneys credited,

ch 180, §75 Motor vehicle fraud account, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,10,31 Public transit assistance fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,11,13,29,31

ROCKWELL CITY CORRECTIONAL FACILITY See CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES

RULES See ADMINISTRATIVE RULES

665 INDEX

RULES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE Jury instructions, rules of civil cases to apply, R.Cr.P. 18, ch 188

RURAL DEVELOPMENT Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

RULE-SAVI

Community and rural development division, see COMMUNITY AND RURAL DEVELOP- MENT DIVISION

"Farmworks" national demonstration project, rural enterprise fund to match federal funds, ch 180, §38

Household hazardous waste collection sites, establishment, ch 176, §46 Rural community 2000 program, matching funds provisions under Cranston-Gonzales National

Affordable Housing Act, ch 180, §41 Rural development coordinating committee, repealed, ch 180, §36,37 Rural resources coordinator, duties with rural development coordinating committee, repealed,

ch 180, §37

RURAL HEALTH Clinics, medical assistance reimbursement rates, increase, ch 172, §25 Rural health office, technical assistance and physician recruitment, appropriation, ch 170, §4

RURAL WATER DISTRICTS See WATER DISTRICTS

SALARIES Minimum wage law enforcement, ch 180, §53 State officials and employees, ch 177

SALES Abandoned property, moneys to general fund, ch 131, §26,27,31 Buying clubs, regulation, ch 60, §1-5 Consumer credit sales, see CONSUMER CREDIT CODE Membership sales associations, regulation, repealed, ch 60, §6,24-26

SALES, SERVICES, AND USE TAXES Amusement, fair, and athletic events, entry fees for participation and observation, taxability,

ch 135, §1 Drugs and medical devices, exemption, ch 122 Educational, religious, and charitable activities, sales proceeds, exemption, ch 135, §2 Foreign corporations as retailers under use tax law, ch 126, §2,3 Lien for unpaid taxes, collection not abrogated, ch 180, §88,91 Motor vehicle use tax revenue, GAAP deficit reduction account, deposit, ch 180, §7 Wind energy conversion property, exemption, ch 161, §1

SANITARY DISTRICTS Annexation by city, compensation and disposition of property, ch 57, §2 Rates, charges, and rentals, collection, ch 73, §5,14 Special assessments, property value, payment, ch 57, §1 Taxes, levy certification and collection, ch 73, §3,14 Trustees, election, notice, ch 24

SANITARY LANDFILLS See WASTE

SATELLITE TERMINALS See ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFERS

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS Banks and bank holding companies' acquisition of, banking laws restrictions suspension

extended, ch 28, §2 Electronic funds transfers, see ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFERS Satellite terminals, see ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFERS

SAVI-SCHO INDEX 666

SAVINGS AND LOAN DIVISION Satellite terminals of financial institutions, establishment, approval, ch 36

SAWDUST Reuse/recycling, market expansion initiatives, appropriation, ch 176, §46

SCHOLARSHIPS College student aid commission, see COLLEGE STUDENT AID COMMISSION

SCHOOL BUSES Adult passengers, driver's permit required, ch 127, §9 Body and chassis purchases, competitive bids based on departmental standards, ch 127, §5 Drivers, child abuse, grounds for suspension, ch 127, §8 Driver's permit, requirement of annual issuance stricken, ch 127, §9 Speed restrictions, ch 47, §8-11,14

SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS See also POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS Accreditation, conditions, departmental site visits, receivership, ch 127, §1,2 Administrators, terms of employment, termination, ch 32 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Area education agencies, see AREA EDUCATION AGENCIES Asbestos projects, voter approval, deadline, ch 1, §8,14 Association of school boards, see IOWA ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BOARDS Athletic contests, interscholastic, requirements, ch 101, §201,204 Boards of directors, see subhead Directors below Bonds

Levy resolution, deadline, ch 1, §2,14 Reorganization, distribution of bonded indebtedness, arbitration, ch 160, §9,10

Books and supplies Nonpublic school pupil textbook services, defined, ch 63 Nonpublic school students, appropriation, ch 179, §1 Suppliers, electronic braille translation of textbooks, ch 59, §2

Braille and sight saving school students, tuition and transportation costs, appropriation, ch 179, §8,9

Braille instruction, ch 59 Budget adjustments under foundation aid, additional years, ch 179, §17 Budgets, finance deadlines extended, ch 1 Buses, see SCHOOL BUSES Cancellation, inclement weather, child care, ch 76, §9-11 Coaching authorization, employment, ch 66 Collective bargaining procedures, deadline, ch 1, §7,14 Colleges and universities, see COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Communications network, state, part III procurement and maintenance costs, ch 179, §16 Community colleges, see COMMUNITY COLLEGES Computers, student access, educational technology consortium, ch 162 Cosmetology arts and sciences, see COSMETOLOGY ARTS AND SCIENCES PRACTI-

TIONERS Counselors, identification of students at risk for illiteracy, appropriation, ch 168, §8 Critical infrastructure study committee, representation, ch 128 Day care, see DAY CARE Deaf school students, tuition and transportation costs, appropriation, ch 179, §8,9 Directors

Administrators, terms of employment, termination, ch 32 Bonds of secretary and treasurer, execution deadline, ch 127, §6 Coaching authorization, employment, ch 66 Election, see ELECTIONS, subhead School Districts High school renovation costs, district's general fund expenditure, ch 180, §83,84

667 INDEX

SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS- Continued Directors- Continued

Memberships in organizations, ch 117, §3 Monthly statement by secretary, specific deadline stricken, ch 127, §7 Open enrollment, exceptions for 1990-1992 stricken, ch 149, §1 School buildings, tax levy, bond issuance, special elections, ch 160, §15,18

SCBO

Waiver provision extended, articulated sequential elementary-secondary guidance program and media services program, ch 52

Educational excellence program, see EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE PROGRAM Elections, see ELECTIONS English proficiency, limitations, weighting, funds, ch 127, §3 Enrichment levy, reorganized districts, participation, ch 8 Family resource centers, grant applications, matching cash agreement, nonreversion, ch 150 Family support programs, phase III pay plans for teachers, ch 105, §2 Finance deadlines extended, ch 1 Food service, appropriation, ch 179, §1 Foundation aid

Budget adjustments, additional budget years, ch 179, §17 State percent of growth, ch 3

Guidance program requirement, articulated sequential elementary-secondary, waiver, ch 52 High school renovation costs, district's general fund expenditure, ch 180, §83,84 Income tax surtaxes, see INCOME TAXES Insurance for employees, self-insurance plans, ch 88, §9,10 Libraries, tax levy, reorganization, discontinuance, ch 74 Media services program requirement, waiver extended, ch 52 Mergers, accreditation deficiencies, tuition, ch 127, §2 Motor vehicles, unmarked law enforcement or security, ethanol sticker exemption, ch 26, §5,9 Municipalities, budget protest, deadline, ch 1, §1,14 Nonpublic schools

Accreditation, conditions, departmental site visits, loss of accreditation, ch 127, §1,2 Attendance reports, truancy, transfers, ch 101, §207 Child day care, nonaccredited instructional programs, ch 76, §8 Repeal of exemption from minimum education standards, repealed, ch 127, §10,11 Special education programs available, diagnostic services stricken, ch 101, §101 Textbooks, appropriation, ch 179, §1 Textbook services, defined, ch 63 Transportation costs funds, appropriations, ch 180, §14 Truancy reports, ch 101, §207 Waiver provision extended, articulated sequential elementary-secondary guidance program

and media services program, ch 52 Open enrollment

Education department study, requirement stricken, ch 149, §2 Effects, study, costs, ch 180, §81

Open meetings of governmental bodies, minutes, votes of members, ch 25, §2 Parent involvement policies, phase III pay plans for teachers, ch 105, §1 Permanent school fund, historical division's loan payments, ch 179, §14,29 Postsecondary enrollment costs, responsibility, waiver, tuition reimbursement, federal guide-

lines, ch 117 Postsecondary enrollment options, school for the deaf and Iowa braille and sight saving school,

ch 69 Prekindergarten students, transportation provided, ch 127, §4 Principals

Elementary, concurrent service as superintendent, ch 4 Employment as administrators, termination, ch 32

Property taxes, see PROPERTY TAXES Pupils, see subhead Students below

SCHO-SECR INDEX

SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS- Continued Receivership, nonaccredited districts, effective dates, ch 127, §2 Reorganization

Distribution of bonded indebtedness, ch 1, §6,14 Elections, see ELECTIONS Enrichment levy, additional amounts, ch 8 Procedures, financing alternatives, ch 160; ch 180, §97 Tax levy for libraries, discontinuance, ch 7 4

School buses, see SCHOOL BUSES School-to-work transition system, development, objectives, ch 97, §13 Special education

Evaluation of need by diagnostic educational team, ch 101, §102 Sighted children with visual deterioration, rules, ch 59, §1

Standards, exemption from, repeal, ch 127, §10,11 Students

Affected pupils, whole grade sharing agreements, ch 160, §16 Athletic contests, sponsorship or administration, requirements, ch 101, §204 Computers, schools and homes, acquisition, ch 162

668

Foreign exchange, eligible for extracurricular interscholastic and athletic contests, rules, ch 101, §201,204

Instructional time audit, administrative rule nullification, ch 182 Nonpublic schools, see subhead Nonpublic Schools above Open enrollment, see subhead Open Enrollment above Postsecondary enrollment, incomplete course, responsibility for costs, ch 117, §1 Postsecondary enrollment options, school for the deaf and braille and sight saving school,

ch 69 Prekindergarten students, transportation provided, ch 127, §4 School bus drivers, child abuse, grounds for suspension, ch 127, §8 School-to-work transition system, development, objectives, ch 97, §13 Special education, see subhead Special Education above

Superintendents Concurrent service as elementary principal, ch 4 Employment as administrators, termination, ch 32

Taxes, see PROPERTY TAXES Teachers, see TEACHERS Textbooks, see subhead Books and Supplies above Truancy reports, nonpublic schools, ch 101, §207 Vocational education, see VOCATIONAL EDUCATION Weighted enrollment, reorganization of school districts, ch 160, §1,2; ch 180, §97 Whole grade sharing agreements, supplementary weighting amount, number of pupils added

or reduced, ch 180, §96,97

SCHWENGEL BRIDGE Interstate 80 bridge crossing Mississippi river to Illinois, ch 133

SECONDARY ROADS See HIGHWAYS

SECRETARY OF STATE Administrative rules, ch 143, §1 Annexation, incorporation, or severance by cities, records, ch 152, §4,6,12 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Cooperative associations

Administrative dissolution, ch 126, §23-26 Agents and offices, registered, ch 126, §20,21

Copies of laws and records, fee determination, ch 143, §1 Corporations dissolved administratively, reinstatement, tax status determination, ch 126, §8 Corporations dissolved administratively, waiting period for reinstatement, ch 17

669

SECRETARY OF STATE-Continued Election law changes, ch 143

INDEX

Elections commissioner, see ELECTIONS

SECR-SEXU

Hunting, fishing, and trapping license fees, expenditure restricted, constitutional amendment proposed, publication required, ch 184

Limited liability companies in farming, report confidentiality, ch 39, §20 Nonprofit corporations, administrative dissolution, ch 126, §27 -30 Public records preservation and maintenance, working group, membership, report, ch 151, §3 Salary, ch 177, §4

SECURED TRANSACTIONS Financing statements under uniform commercial code

Assignments of security interests, filing fee for electronic filing, ch 126, §33 Effect of debtor's address change, ch 43 Filing fee for electronic filings, ch 126, §32 Jobs training agreement acceptable as, ch 180, §89 Name and address changes of secured party, ch 126, §31 Release of collateral, filing fee for electronic filing, ch 126, §34

SECURITIES Thrift certificates, see THRIFT CERTIFICATES

SECURITY Medical assistance debt, transfer of assets, payment, ch 106, §6 Motor vehicles, unmarked, ethanol sticker exemption, ch 26

SEEDS Lawn seed, inspection and regulation, ch 40

SENATORS, STATE See GENERAL ASSEMBLY

SENATORS, UNITED STATES See CONGRESS

SENTENCE Domestic abuse

Fine in lieu of minimum sentence prohibited, fine added to sentence, ch 157, §7 ,9 Mandatory minimum term of confinement, deferred or suspended sentence prohibited,

ch 157, §7,11,12 Felonies, see FELONIES Misdemeanors, see MISDEMEANORS

SERVICES TAXES See SALES, SERVICES, AND USE TAXES

SEVERANCE Cities, see CITIES

SEWERS AND SEW AGE DISPOSAL Rural water districts, see WATER DISTRICTS

SEXUAL ABUSE Child victims, investigations, multidisciplinary teams, ch 64, §2,3 Rape prevention program, federal block grant, exception to proration, ch 168, §4,15 Services to victims, grants, ch 171, §1 Victim, acquired immune deficiency syndrome tests, convicted offenders, ch 140 Victim counselors, see VICTIMS

SEXUAL ASSAULT See ASSAULT

SHEE-SOCI INDEX 670

SHEEP Iowa sheep and wool promotion board, exclusion from state agency requirements, ch 102, §2

SHEEP AND WOOL PROMOTION BOARD State agency requirements, exclusion, ch 102, §2

SHELTERS Cat or dog ownership transfer, sterilization agreement, violations, ch 134

SHERIFFS See COUNTY SHERIFFS

SHORTHAND REPORTERS Certification examinations, fees, ch 85, §3

SHORTHAND REPORTERS EXAMINING BOARD Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Certification examinations, fees, costs, ch 85, §3

SIDEWALKS Curbs, accessibility, persons with disabilities, federal compliance, ch 95, §7,8

SIGNS Election day, prohibition, ch 143, §18 Road construction zone, moving traffic violations, scheduled fine increase, ch 114

SIOUX CITY Mobile and regional child health specialty clinics, social worker component, ch 170, §4

SMALL BUSINESS Air contaminant sources, small business technical assistance program, compliance advisory

panel, ch 137, §7 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Correctional facilities, leased, private industry employment, ch 46, §7,13 Health benefit plans for small groups, ch 80 Jobs training agreement with community college, acceptable as financing statement, ch 180, §89 Limited liability companies, see LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES New jobs training program

Allocation of funds, ch 180, §45 Community college job training program, supervision, ch 180, §44 Liens, priority, exceptions, divestiture or discharge, ch 180, §88,90,91

Petroleum, corrective action costs, loan guarantee account benefits, ch 155, §5 Small business investment company or other entity, facilitation and funding, reversion of funds,

ch 180, §46 Startup, solvency, or expansion, development bank or other entity, creation and funding by

nonprofit corporation, ch 180, §43 Targeted small business, appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Wallace technology transfer foundation, membership, ch 49, §3,9

SMALL CLAIMS Forcible entry or detention actions, original notice, service, ch 154, §19 Mobile homes and personal property, abandoned, disposal, ch 154, §18,20,21

SMOKING Capitol building, restrictions, ch 172, §54

SNOWMOBILES Law enforcement, transfer of fees to fish and game protection fund for, ch 176, §9

SOCIAL SERVICES See specific agencies or topics and HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT

671 INDEX

SOCIAL WELFARE BOARDS, COUNTY Abolished, replaced by cluster boards, ch 54

SOCIAL WORKERS Child abuse, mental injuries, diagnose and confirm, ch 76, §1

SOCI-STAT

Crimes indicated by gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries, reports to law enforcement agencies, ch 100, §2

Crime victim compensation program, mental health charges, limitation increased, ch 104 Victim counselors, see VICTIMS

SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICTS Commissioners

Moneys controlled by, unaudited financial information, report, ch 176, §33 Reimbursement for expenses, ch 176, §1

Loess hills development and conservation authority, cooperation with, ch 136, §1 Resource conservation plan, recording with county recorder, ch 109, §1

SOIL CONSERVATION Districts, see SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICTS Division, see SOIL CONSERVATION DIVISION Financial incentives for, appropriation, requirements, ch 176, §1

SOIL CONSERVATION DIVISION Administrative rules, ch 176, §14 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS County meeting dues, moneys used, matched, ch 176, §1 Loess hills development and conservation authority, cooperation with, ch 136, §1 Organic nutrient management account and program, established, rules, ch 176, §14 Soil and water conservation district commissioners, report of unaudited moneys controlled by,

rules, ch 176, §33

SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS Sanitary districts, property value defined, payment of installments, ch 57, §1

SPECIAL CHARTER CITIES See CITIES

SPECIAL EDUCATION See SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS

SPECIAL OLYMPICS See OLYMPICS

SPORTS See ATHLETICS

SPOUSES Medical assistance debts, transfer of assets, ch 106, §1 Real property conveyances, spouse not joining, limitation of recovery actions, ch 14 Surviving spouse, real property title change affidavit, recording with county recorder,

ch 109, §14

STATE BOARD OF REGENTS See REGENTS, BOARD OF

STATE COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK FUND Comprehensive audit, ch 180, §82

STATE EMPLOYEES See EMPLOYEES, STATE

STATE FAIR See FAIRS

STAT INDEX

STATE-FEDERAL RELATIONS OFFICE Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

STATE INSTITUTIONS Hospital-schools, see HOSPITAL-SCHOOLS, STATE Human services department, see HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT Mental health institutes, see MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTES

672

Physical and human resources, joint utilization plan, study, appropriation, ch 180, §30,33

STATE OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS Appointed officials, salaries and cash payment, ch 177, §6,8 Bonds, see BONDS, DEBT OBLIGATIONS Campaign finance, see CAMPAIGN FINANCE Candidates in special elections, contributions prohibition, applicability, ch 129 Claims against, processing and investigation costs, fees assessed, ch 180, §72 Conflicts of interest, ch 163, §2,35,37 Elected officials

More than one office prohibited, ch 143, §4,5,41 Salaries, ch 177, §4

Elections, see ELECTIONS Employees, see EMPLOYEES, STATE Ethics, ch 163 Filing deadlines, extension for office closings, ch 9 Financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,35,37 Gifts, acceptance and receipt, ch 163, §6,35,37 Honoraria, acceptance, limitations, ch 163, §7,35,37 Judgments against property, retroactive, ch 87, §13,14 Loans from lobbyists, acceptance and receipt, ch 163, §8,35,37 Lobbying activities after service, ch 163, §4,35,37 Motor vehicles, unmarked law enforcement or security, ethanol sticker exemption, ch 26 Nominations for candidates, petitions, signature requirements and form, ch 143, §8 Open meetings of governmental bodies, minutes, votes of members, ch 25, §2 Reports filed with general assembly, format, ch 178, §27 Salaries, ch 177 Sales of goods and services to state agencies, public bidding required, ch 163, §3,35,37 Services against interest of state, prohibited, ch 163, §5,35,37 Supervisory positions, reduction and span of control increase, ch 178, §26 Vacant unfunded positions, elimination, ch 178, §23

STATE OF IOWA Anthem, see ANTHEM Bonds, see BONDS, DEBT OBLIGATIONS Claims against, processing and investigation costs, fees assessed, ch 180, §72 Code of Iowa, see CODE OF IOWA Constitution, see CONSTITUTION, IOWA Critical infrastructure study committee, created, ch 128 Juvenile shelter care homes, reimbursed costs, ch 76, §15 Official register, see OFFICIAL REGISTER Volunteer physician program, immunity from liability, ch 65

STATISTICS Crimes, disposition reports, procedures, ch 115, §6 Crop production, acreage and prices, agricultural land value determined, ch 176, §1

STATUS OF AFRICAN-AMERICANS DIVISION Administrator, salary, ch 177, §6,8

STATUS OF WOMEN DIVISION Administrator, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

673

STATUTES OF LIMITATION See LIMITATION OF ACTIONS

STOCK, CORPORATE See CORPORATIONS

STREETS See CITIES; HIGHWAYS

STUDENTS

INDEX

Colleges and universities, see COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Community colleges, see COMMUNITY COLLEGES Schools, see SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS

SUBPOENAS

STAT-SUPP

Judicial qualifications commission, disciplinary investigations and hearings, power to issue, ch 85, §1,2

Witnesses, contested elections, county treasurer to issue, ch 70, §2,9

SUBSTANCE ABUSE See also CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES; DRUGS Alcohol, appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Care and treatment programs and services, legislative study, report, ch 170, §7 Chemically exposed children, test results, criminal prosecution of parents, ch 93, §3 Chemically exposed infants council, membership, ch 139, §6 Consortium, university of Iowa, appropriation, ch 179, §8,9 Drug abuse resistance education (D.A.R.E.) project, appropriation, ch 169, §3 Drug enforcement and abuse prevention coordinator, see DRUG ENFORCEMENT AND

ABUSE PREVENTION COORDINATOR Drugs, appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Iowa substance abuse clearinghouse in Cedar Rapids, appropriation, ch 178, §7 Medical assistance program, community-based services, technical assistance for increased fed-

eral funding, study, report, ch 180, §70 Medical assistance services, persons excluded from chronically mentally ill, ch 172, §43 Treatment program, monitor, emergencies, licensure, ch 139, §1

SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND HEALTH PROMOTION DIVISION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Tobacco prevention and advisory committee, elimination, ch 170, §4

SUPERINTENDENTS Schools, see SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS

SUPERVISORS See COUNTY BOARDS OF SUPERVISORS

SUPPLEMENTARY ASSISTANCE Administration, ch 172, §5 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Family investment program violations, investigation and prosecution, ch 97, §36,39 Providers, reimbursement, ch 172, §25

SUPPORT OF DEPENDENTS Child support

General provisions, ch 78 Definitions, ch 78, §25 District court, ch 78 Fees, recovery of costs by agencies, ch 78, §6,7,28,40,43,49,50 Foreign support orders, ch 78, §2-5,17,20,37,45,50 Incentive earnings, deposit, federal requirements, ch 172, §8 Medical support orders, health benefit plans, ch 78, §19-23,25,26,45,50

SUPP-TARG

SUPPORT OF DEPENDENTS- Continued Child support- Continued

Notices Income withholding, ch 78, §10,12,17

INDEX 674

Support order modifications, reviews, adjustments, decisions, ch 78, §34,38-40,42,43 Payments, receipt and disbursement, appropriation, ch 171, §7 Proceedings, support orders, limitations, review and modification, ch 78, §18,24 Public awareness campaign, transfer of funds, ch 172, §8 Recovery, see subhead Child Support Recovery below Support orders, procedures for reviews and adjustments, modifications, rules, federal com-

pliance, ch 78, §24-43 Child support recovery

See also HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT General provisions, ch 79 Access to information, state agencies, ch 79, §2,7,31-33,57 Administration, ch 172, §8 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Centralized employee registry, ch 79, §2-8 Definitions, ch 79, §3,14,25,41,47 District court, ch 79 Paternity, affidavit, administrative establishment, ch 79, §9-23 Prevailing support orders, repealed, ch 79, §54 Referee, authorization, duties, ch 79, §30,56 Suspension orders, ch 79, §24

Foster care, see FOSTER CARE

SUPREME COURT Attorney licenses, revocation or suspension, proceedings on petition, ch 85, §4,5 Cash payments, ch 177, §1 Child support guidelines, review, intent of general assembly, ch 79, §48 Court rule changes, ch 188 Judicial department officials and employees, conflicts of interest, rules, ch 163, §26,35,37 Judicial qualifications commission, subpoena power, ch 85, §1,2 Judicial retirement fund, appropriation, ch 177, §3 Justices, salaries, appropriation, ch 171, §8 Reasonable efforts model court project, child welfare and placement prevention, instruction,

ch 172, §11 Salary rate limits, ch 177, §2 Shorthand reporters, certification examinations, fees set, ch 85, §3

SURCHARGES Delinquent criminal penalties, recovery, procedures, income tax refund setoff, ch 110, §2-8,15-17;

ch 171, §22

SURETIES Bonds, county board of supervisors, ch 70, §4,9 Medical assistance debt, transfer of assets, payment, ch 106, §6 School board secretaries and treasurers, deadline for execution of bonds, ch 127, §6

SURGEONS See PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS

SURVEYORS AND SURVEYING Iowa plane coordinate system, ch 50; ch 180, §78,85

TANKS Petroleum, see PETROLEUM STORAGE TANKS

TARGETED SMALL BUSINESSES Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

675

TASK FORCES See BOARDS

TAXATION

INDEX TASK-TELE

Annexation, incorporation, or severance of territory by cities, imposition, ch 152, §4,13 Community colleges, additional equipment replacement levy, ch 6 Drugs and controlled substances dealers, offenses, motor vehicle license suspension and revo-

cation, ch 16; ch 87, §4 Federal taxes, public employees' retirement system, annual account additions, compliance,

ch 44, §8-14 Income taxes, see INCOME TAXES Individual development accounts established, provisions, pilot phase, ch 97, §14-20 Inheritance tax, see INHERITANCE TAX Local option taxes, see LOCAL OPTION TAXES Motor vehicle fuel, see MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL Property taxes, see PROPERTY TAXES Sales, services, and use taxes, see SALES, SERVICES, AND USE TAXES School district taxes, see PROPERTY TAXES Wind energy conversion property, exemptions and valuation, ch 161

TAX REVIEW BOARD, STATE Financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37

TAX SALES Abatement or compromise of taxes by county holding tax sale certificate of purchase, ch 73, §6,14 Certificates of purchase, assignment, restriction, ch 73, §9,14 Notice of sale of parcel, ch 73, §7,14 Parcels not to be included, ch 73, §8,14 Purchasers, payment of subsequent taxes, ch 73, §10,14 Redemption

Amount apportioned to counties and cities, ch 73, §11,14 Certificate of purchase fee, payment in redemption amount, ch 73, §11,14 Costs, filing period, ch 73, §12,14 Valid, deadline for receipt, ch 73, §12,14

TEACHERS Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Braille instruction, ch 59 Coaching, employment, ch 66 Collective bargaining procedures, deadline, ch 1, §7,14 Community colleges, see COMMUNITY COLLEGES Educational excellence program, see EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE PROGRAM Instructional time audit, administrative rule nullification, ch 182 Open enrollment, education department study, requirements stricken, ch 149, §2 Retirement, see PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM ([PERS) School reorganizations, collective bargaining agreement, deadlines changed, ch 160, §11 Teachers insurance annuity association, former members, annual account additions, federal

compliance, ch 44, §8,11

TELECOMMUNICATIONS See COMMUNICATIONS

TELEPHONES AND TELEPHONE COMPANIES Emergency number system (911), see EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER SYSTEM (911)

TELEVISION Cable systems, included in city utilities definition, ch 153 City utilities, definition, ch 153 Public broadcasting, see PUBLIC BROADCASTING DIVISION Testimony, criminal trials, closed circuit television, ch 64, §1,3

TENA-TRAN INDEX

TENANTS See LANDLORD AND TENANT

TERRACE HILL Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Commission transferred to general services department, ch 48, §4,48,55,58

TERRORISM Crime expanded, penalty revised, ch 112

TESTIMONY Minors, protection from trauma, closed circuit television, ch 64, §1,3

TEXTBOOKS See SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS

THRIFT CERTIFICATES Sales, ch 96

TIME Filing deadlines, computation for office closings, ch 9

TITLES Change, affidavit of surviving spouse, recording with county recorder, ch 109, §14 Real property, marketable title, limitation of actions, ch 14

TORTS

676

Local government liability, mentally ill person, involuntary hospitalization, advocates, ch 83 Volunteer physician program, immunity, ch 65

TOURISM Advertising, cooperative, revolving fund contributions, logo licensing, ch 180, §34 National heritage landscape, promotion, rural community 2000 revolving fund appropriation,

ch 180, §66 Scenic highway routes, appropriation extended, ch 180, §77 ,85 Special events, startup or expansion, revolving fund from product sales center, ch 180, §35

TOURISM DIVISION Appropriations, ch 167, §1

TOWNSHIPS See also POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS Bonds, see BONDS, DEBT OBLIGATIONS

TRADE AND COMMERCE See also BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY; INTERNATIONAL TRADE; UNIFORM COMMER-

CIAL CODE Competition law, enforcement, appropriation, ch 171, §1,26

TRAILERS Special trucks for farm use, carrier safety regulations, exception, ch 47, §15

TRAINING SCHOOL, STATE Administration, ch 172, §9 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Fingerprints required, criminal history records, ch 115, §2,3

TRAINS See RAILROADS

TRANSPORTATION Boats and vessels, see BOATS AND VESSELS Carriers, see CARRIERS Motor vehicles, see MOTOR VEHICLES

677

TRANSPORTATION- Continued Public transit, see PUBLIC TRANSIT Railroads, see RAILROADS

TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION

INDEX

See TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT

TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT See also HIGHWAYS; MOTOR VEHICLES Administrative rules, ch 51, §1

TRAN-TREA

Administrative services, renewable packaging material, use required, cost exception, ch 176, §40 Airports, preapplication for federal funds, commission, prior approval, exception, ch 87, §12 Annexation of territory by cities, records, ch 152, §4,6,12 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Buses, maximum length increased, ch 87, §7 Classic cars, display and sale, permits, ch 45, §2; ch 17 4, §3,4 County bridge construction fund, allocations to counties for replacement or realignment of

bridges, ch 180, §75 Critical infrastructure study committee, created, membership, ch 128, §3 Director, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Driver's licenses, see DRIVERS, MOTOR VEHICLES Driving while barred, subject to habitual offender statute, ch 87, §8 Energy fund disbursement council member, energy conservation trust, ch 11 Erosion control fund, transfer, ch 169, §11 Facilities and services improvement, federal funds, cooperation, ch 87, §2 Federal government, cooperation authorization, repealed, ch 87, §5 Field facilities, appropriations, ch 169, §7,10 Fire fighters, special motor vehicle plates, ch 2 Handicapped identification devices, issuance by county treasurers, pilot project, ch 169, §14,21 Juveniles subject to habitual offender statute, motor vehicle offenses, ch 87, §6 Legislative oversight report, updating, ch 169, §6 Loess hills development and conservation authority, cooperation with, ch 136, §1 Minors, motor vehicle licenses, see DRIVERS, MOTOR VEHICLES Missouri Valley scales, appropriation, ch 169, §6 Motor carriers, single state insurance registration system, participation, ch 17 4, §1,2 Motor vehicle division, see MOTOR VEHICLE DIVISION Motor vehicle licenses, see DRIVERS, MOTOR VEHICLES Motor vehicle plates, fire fighters, ch 2 Motor vehicles, see MOTOR VEHICLES Motor vehicles, unmarked law enforcement or security, ethanol sticker exemption, ch 26, §6,9 Nonoperator's identification cards, issuance by county treasurers, pilot project, ch 169, §14,21 Packaging, renewable material, use required, cost exception, ch 176, §40 Personnel services, appropriations, ch 178, §13,14 Railroads, see RAILROADS Railroad tracks, rail facilities, equipment, rolling stock, operations, records, inspection, ch 87, §9 Railway finance authority, see RAILWAY FINANCE AUTHORITY Road construction zone, signs, violations, scheduled fine increase, ch 114 Scenic highway routes for tourism, appropriation extended, ch 180, §77,85 Transportation commission, financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 "Under twenty-one" prominently placed on face of license, ch 164, §1

TRAPPING License fees and other funds, expenditure restricted, constitutional amendment proposed, ch 184

TREASURER OF STATE Abandoned property sales, moneys to general fund, ch 131, §26,27,31 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Child day care credit fund, ch 172, §42,45

TREA-UNIT INDEX

TREASURER OF STATE- Continued Clandestine laboratory sites, cleanup costs, recovery, credited, ch 141, §2 Emergency medical services fund, ch 58, §1 Energy conservation trust, establishment, ch 11

678

Funds, deposit and use of designated moneys in general fund, expenditure restrictions, availa- bility, ch 131

Loess hills development and conservation fund, ch 136 Road use tax fund, see ROAD USE TAX FUND Salary, ch 177, §4 Small business investment company or other entity, facilitation and funding, reversion of funds,

ch 180, §46 Unclaimed property, failure to deliver to treasurer, interest rate and waiver, ch 178, §35,36

TRIALS Defendants, criminal trials, rights during closed circuit testimony of minors, ch 64, §1,3 Jury instructions, criminal cases, rules of civil cases to apply, R.Cr.P. 18, ch 188 Sentence, see SENTENCE Testimony, see TESTIMONY Victim counselors, proceedings related to offenses, access, definitions, ch 166

TRUANTS See SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS

TRUCKS See MOTOR VEHICLES

TRUSTEES Minors or mentally incompetent dependents, workers' compensation cases, appointments,

reports, ch 70, §5,6,9

TUITION Postsecondary institutions, reimbursements by school districts, waiver, federal guidelines,

ch 117, §1,2

UNDERGROUND FACILITIES Petroleum storage tanks, see PETROLEUM STORAGE TANKS

UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION Employers

Administrative contribution surcharge, fund, future repeal, ch 23, §3 Contribution rate, highest benefit cost ratio, minimum, ch 23, §1 Contribution rate table, revision, ch 23, §2

Extended benefits, disqualification, exception, retroactive, ch 10 Health insurance and health care coverage, payments for, deducted from unemployment

benefits, ch 158, §1,4 Inmates, ineligibility, ch 46, §7 Transportation department, appropriations, ch 169, §6

UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE Financing statements, see SECURED TRANSACTIONS Liens, see LIENS Secured transactions, see SECURED TRANSACTIONS

UNIFORM STATE LAWS COMMISSION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

UNITED STATES Accessibility standards, persons with disabilities, state compliance with federal standards, ch 95 Airports, preapplications, prior approval by transportation commission, exception, ch 87, §12 Ethanol fuel industry, request for federal support, ch 185 Federal aid, see WELFARE REFORM

679 INDEX UNIT-UTIL

UNITED STATES-Continued Internal Revenue Code, public employees' retirement system, annual account additions, com-

pliance, ch 44, §8-14 Lewis and Clark rural water system, federal funds, negotiations, ch 27 Petroleum pricing violations settlements, energy conservation trust established, ch 11 Transportation department

Aeronautics, cooperation authorization, repealed, ch 87, §5 Facilities and services improvement, cooperation, ch 87, §2

UNIVERSITIES See COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

UNIVERSITY OF lOW A flOW A CITY I See also REGENTS, BOARD OF Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Building program of board of regents, approval, ch 181 Child health specialty clinics, mobile and regional, integration of services for women and chil-

dren, ch 168, §3 Hospitals, appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Iowa technology assistance program account, product development capital, ch 167, §10 Pharmacy building addition, regents' building program, approval, ch 181 School of medicine, agriculture-related injury and disease, intervention, cooperation with depart-

ment of public health, indirect costs, funding prohibited, ch 170, §4 Wallace technology transfer foundation board, ex officio membership, ch 49, §3,9

UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN lOW A I CEDAR F ALLSI See also REGENTS, BOARD OF Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Building program of board of regents, approval, ch 181 Library addition, regents' building program, approval, ch 181 Roadside vegetation, state specialist and pilot program, moneys allocation period extended,

ch 169, §16,21 STAR schools program, college of education, support, ch 179, §1 Wallace technology transfer foundation board, ex officio membership, ch 49, §3,9 Waste reduction center, by-products and waste exchange system, competitive grants program,

criteria, training, ch 176, §46

USE TAXES See SALES, SERVICES, AND USE TAXES

USURY Rent payments in residential leases, late charges, interest rate limits not applicable, ch 154, §5

UTILITIES See also UTILITIES DIVISION Annexation of territory by cities, fees, tax imposition, definitions, ch 152, §3,4,9,13 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Cities, see CITIES Consumer advocate, see CONSUMER ADVOCATE Electric generation and transmission cooperative associations, membership classes, ch 94 Electricity generation, evaluation by utilities board and recovery of costs, ch 68 Energy conservation programs for low-income persons, funding alternatives, delivery, effec-

tiveness, report, ch 173, §2 Foreign corporations operating utilities

Permit requirement stricken, ch 126, §13 Violations, applicable provisions stricken, ch 126, §14

Public water supply, quality and treatment, violations, civil penalty equivalents, ch 137, §8 Sanitary districts, see SANITARY DISTRICTS Water systems, fluoridation program grants, appropriation, ch 168, §4 Wind energy conversion property, tax exemptions and valuation, ch 161

UTIL-VICT INDEX 680

UTILITIES BOARD See UTILITIES DIVISION

UTILITIES DEPARTMENT Code references changes, ch 175, §26

UTILITIES DIVISION Administrative services trust fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, ch 131, §1,25,31 Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Code references changes, ch 175, §26 Electricity generation, fuel costs review and recovery of costs by utility, ch 68 Expenditures, additional authorized, ch 175, §12 Utilities board

Chairperson and members, salaries, ch 177, §6,8 Financial disclosure, ch 163, §21,22,35,37 Staff, additional, moneys appropriated from general fund, time limitation removed,

ch 131, §1,20,28,31 Utilities trust fund, moneys to general fund, use restriction, availability of general fund for

payment of related expenses, ch 131, §1,21,28,31

VEHICLE DISPATCHER, STATE Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Efficiencies in vehicle fleet, report, ch 178, §5

VESSELS See BOATS AND VESSELS

VETERANS Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Commission of veterans affairs, state, see VETERANS AFFAIRS COMMISSION, STATE Home, see VETERANS HOME (MARSHALLTOWN) Memorial auditoriums, acquisition or remodeling via joint undertakings, essential county pur-

pose, ch 180, §76 Public employees, retirement, annual account additions, federal compliance, ch 44, §14

VETERANS AFFAIRS COMMISSION, STATE Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Computerization of veterans' records, appropriation, ch 169, §2 Executive director, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Medical assistance reimbursement, emergency rules adopted, ch 170, §6

VETERANS HOME !MARSHALLTOWN} Appropriation, ch 170, §6 Commandant, salary, ch 177, §6,8 Gifts and resources of veterans affairs commission, use, ch 170, §6 Medical assistance reimbursements, excess funds expenditure, ch 170, §6

VETERINARIANS Animal shelters or pounds, dog or cat ownership transfer, sterilization agreement, ch 134

VETOES For a list of bills vetoed, see TABLES section Item vetoes, see ITEM VETOES

VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES Nominations for candidates, petitions, signature requirements and form, ch 143, §8

VICTIMS Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Assistance grants, appropriation, ch 171, §1 Children, investigations, multidisciplinary teams, ch 64, §2,3 Compensation, functions of justice department, funding, ch 171, §1

681

VICTIMS- Continued Counselors

INDEX VICT-WALL

Crime victim compensation program, mental health charges, limitation increased, ch 104 Proceedings related to offenses, access, definitions, ch 166

Crimes indicated by gunshots, stab wounds, or serious injuries, investigations, reports, ch 100, §2,3

Crime victim compensation fund, inmate witness fees applied toward, ch 46, §3 Crime victim compensation program, see CRIME VICTIM COMPENSATION PROGRAM Sexual assault, convicted offenders, acquired immune deficiency syndrome tests, counseling,

ch 140 Testimony, criminal trials, closed circuit television, ch 64, §1,3

VITAL STATISTICS Birth certificates

Children born out of wedlock, inoculations, ch 116 Paternity by affidavit, ch 79, §9

Burial-transit permit, ch 139, §5 Electronic system modernization project, ch 55 Records, filing and recording with county recorder, document management fee established,

ch 151

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Correctional facilities inmates, vocational training opportunities, enhancement, ch 171, §12 Postsecondary enrollment costs, reimbursement, federal guidelines, ch 117, §1,2 School-to-work transition system, development, objectives, ch 97, §13 Workforce development centers, guidelines, core services, ch 97, §12

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION DIVISION Building, roof repair, appropriation, ch 180, §26

VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS Postsecondary enrollment options, school for the deaf and braille and sight saving school, ch 69

VOCATIONAL TRAINING See VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

VOLUNTEER PHYSICIAN PROGRAM Established, immunity from liability, free medical services, ch 65

VOLUNTEERS Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

VOTERS AND VOTING See also ELECTIONS Open meetings of governmental bodies, minutes, votes of members, ch 25, §2

WAGERING See GAMBLING

WAGES Minimum wage law enforcement, ch 180, §53,58

WALLACE BUILDING Deck repair, appropriation, ch 180, §30,33

WALLACE TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER FOUNDATION Administrative rules, ch 49, §4 Appropriation, ch 167, §4 Board of directors, membership, duties, rules, termination date, ch 49, §3-5,8,9

WALL-WATE INDEX

WALLACE TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER FOUNDATION- Continued Cooperative network statewide initiative, established, ch 97, §21 Executive director, stricken, ch 49 Seed capital fund for product development, repealed, ch 167, §11

WARDS See PROBATE CODE

WARRANTS Distress warrants, inspections and appeals department, procedures, ch 53, §1-5

WASTE

682

By-products and waste exchange system, regional coordinating councils, competitive grant pro- gram, appropriation, ch 176, §46

Hazardous or toxic, commercial incinerators, permits, moratorium, ch 120 Hazardous waste, clandestine laboratory sites, cleanup, ch 141 Hazardous waste disposal sites, violations, ownership liability, exemptions, ch 42, §4,6 Household hazardous waste collection sites, urban and rural, establishment, ch 176, §46 Incinerators, commercial, permits, moratorium, ch 120 Infectious waste treatment and disposal facilities

Permits, moratorium, ch 103, §2 Standards and limitations, date of compliance, ch 103, §2

Landfills, methane gas conversion property, property tax exemption, ch 121 Recycling, see RECYCLING AND RECYCLED PRODUCTS Reduction and minimization programs for industries, assistance to public and private entities,

ch 176, §46 Sanitary landfill tonnage fees, collection and appropriation, ch 176, §45,46 Solid waste management, groundwater monitoring and other required programs, appropria-

tion, ch 176, §46 Toxic cleanup, additional days, ch 176, §46

WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE DIVISION Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS

WATER AND WATERCOURSES Brushy Creek recreation area, dam and water impoundment, allocation, limitation, ch 176, §24 Contaminated property, ownership liability, exemption, ch 42, §1,6 Groundwater monitoring programs and guidelines, appropriation, ch 176, §46 Groundwater professionals, registration, suspension or revocation, ch 155, §10 Lakes, see LAKES Lewis and Clark rural water system, federal funds, negotiations, ch 27 Livestock waste runoff, mitigation and utilization, organic nutrient management program,

ch 176, §14 Loess hills development and conservation authority, ch 136, §1 Pollution, discharges from contaminated property, ownership liability, exemptions, ch 42, §6 Public water supply, see UTILITIES Storm water discharge permits, time periods for denial or approval, and default approval, applica-

bility, ch 176, §44 Transportation, appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Urban contamination of state waters, study, report, ch 176, §20 Water districts, see WATER DISTRICTS Water quality and treatment violations, civil penalty equivalents, ch 137, §8

WATERCRAFT See BOATS AND VESSELS

WATER DISTRICTS Rural districts

Real property outside district, incorporation petition, ch 84, §2 Sewage and wastewater treatment, governmental entities, agreement, ch 84, §1

683 INDEX

WEAPONS Permits, as condition of employment, exemptions, ch 31 Terrorism, crime expanded, penalty revised, ch 112

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES

WEAP-WOOD

Inspections, coordination, joint study with agriculture and land stewardship and inspections and appeals departments, report, ch 176, §20

Inspections, noncompliance criteria for prioritizing, pilot project, ch 176, §20

WELCOME CENTERS Development and operation, appropriation, ch 167, §1

WELFARE REFORM Child care, see CHILD CARE Employment, see LABOR Family investment program, replaces aid to dependent children, rules, ch 97, §3,22-40 Initiative, established, provisions, rules, analysis, ch 97, §3-7,11

WETLANDS Lewis and Clark rural water system, federal funds, negotiations, ch 27

WILDLIFE Conservation

Bait, see FISH AND FISHING Coyotes, hunting, radio transmitters, restricted use, ch 119 Ginseng, wild, harvesting violation, penalty, ch 38

Coyotes, see COYOTES Fish and wildlife trust fund, federal grant, ch 168, §46 Fish, see FISH AND FISHING Funds, expenditure restricted, constitutional amendment proposed, ch 184 Hunting, see HUNTING Nongame, protected species, nests, ch 20

WILLS See PROBATE CODE

WIND Energy conversion property, tax exemptions and valuation, ch 161

WINE See ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

WITNESSES Fees and mileage, appropriation, ch 171, §7 Fees, inmates, ch 46, §3 Minors, criminal trials, protection from trauma, closed circuit television, ch 64, §1,3 Partially indigent defendants, witnesses secured for, compensation, ch 175, §21,22 Testimony, criminal trials, closed circuit television, ch 64, §1,3

WOMEN Appropriations, see APPROPRIATIONS Integration of services with university of Iowa's mobile and regional child health specialty clinics,

ch 168, §3 Mentoring, pilot program, former and current welfare recipients, ch 97, §9,10 Sexual assault victims, see VICTIMS Status of, division and commission, see STATUS OF WOMEN DIVISION

WOMEN'S CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION See CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES

WOODWARD STATE HOSPITAL-SCHOOL See HOSPITAL-SCHOOLS, STATE

WORK-ZONI INDEX

WORKERS' COMPENSATION Ambulance drivers, volunteer, ch 88, §1 Cases, filing fee continued, ch 175, §5 Emergency medical technician trainees, ch 88, §1

684

Highway safety, uniformed force, and radio communications division, administration expenses, ch 169, §4

Inmates, private industry employment, eligibility, ch 46, §1,7 Insurance

Premiums, ch 88, §21 Rate filings, effective, ch 88, §20 Rate regulation, repeal of repeal, ch 88, §34 Residual and assigned risks markets, monitoring, ch 88, §33 Trade practices regulation, ch 88, §2

Mentally incompetent persons, payments, appointment of trustee, reports, ch 70, §5,6,9 Minors, payments, appointment of trustee, reports, ch 70, §5,6,9 Notices, service on nonresident employer, foreign corporations exclusion, ch 126, §1 Second injury fund, payment for administrative costs from, ch 178, §22 State employees, payment of claims, appropriation, ch 178, §11,25 Transportation department, administration expenses, appropriation, ch 169, §6,7

WORK FORCE DEVELOPMENT DIVISION Conservation corps, ch 167, §1

WORK RELEASE Administrative rules, ch 98, §1 Family visitation, ch 46, §8 Inmate agreements, conditions, termination, ch 98, §1 Money, furnished, limitations, ch 46, §11 Status review plans, annual, ch 98, §2 Transportation costs, violators, ch 46, §9 Violators

Confinement facility, ch 46, §6,9,10 Confinement, reimbursement to counties, appropriation, ch 171, §5

WORLD FOOD PRIZE Appropriation, contingent on private funding, ch 180, §61

WOUNDS See INJURIES

YOUTHS See also CHILDREN; JUVENILES; MINORS Conservation corps

Appropriation, ch 167, §1 Federal grant, ch 168, §51

Iowa conservation corps programs, apprenticeship opportunities, ch 180, §39 Summer work and learn alternative, inner city, Sioux City, ch 171, §24, 26

ZONING Elder group homes, counties, cities, ch 72, §7,8 Family homes, dispersal of locations, ch 90, §3,5 Housing facilities for persons with physical disabilities, zoning, ch 90, §2-5 Manufactured homes, foundation systems, requirements, ch 154, §3, 4

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