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Statutes of the State of Nevada - Sixty-Fifth Session, 1989

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AN ACT making an appropriation to the legislative fund; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 1–Senators Raggio and Neal. Approved January 16, 1989

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AN ACT relating to legislative measures; eliminating the requirement that the list of requests for bill drafts be published in the journals of the senate and the assembly; requiring the legislative counsel to continue to prepare and distribute the list throughout session; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 2–Raggio and Jacobsen. Approved January 16, 1989

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AN ACT relating to legislative acts; changing the effective date of bills and joint resolutions from July 1 to October 1 following passage unless otherwise specified in the bill; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 64–Committee on Legislative Functions. Approved February 14, 1989

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AN ACT relating to homesteads; increasing the amount exempt; increasing the value of a dwelling exempt from execution; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 4–Senators Horn, Malone, Vergiels, Getto, Wagner, Hickey, Rhoads, Joerg, Rawson, Neal, O’Donnell, Jacobsen, Smith, Shaffer, O’Connell, Coffin, Beyer, Mello and Townsend. Approved February 22, 1989

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AN ACT relating to records of criminal history; authorizing the private investigator’s licensing board to obtain records of criminal history from agencies of criminal justice; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 7–Assemblyman Sader. Approved February 22, 1989

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AN ACT relating to the juvenile courts; limiting the situations in which a juvenile probation officer has the powers of a peace officer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 22–Committee on Judiciary. Approved February 28, 1989

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AN ACT relating to museums; changing the name of the Sierra Nevada Museum of Art, Inc., to the Nevada Museum of Art, Inc.; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 41–Assemblymen Swain and Thompson. Approved February 28, 1989

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AN ACT relating to children; requiring the imposition of an administrative assessment for certain minor traffic offenses committed by children; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 24–Committee on Judiciary. Approved February 28, 1989

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AN ACT relating to enforcement of judgments; prohibiting execution against a debtor’s primary home to enforce judgments on medical bills; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 93–Assemblymen Nevin, Dini, Kerns, Fay, Gibbons, Price, Thompson, Garner, Porter, Wendell Williams, Bogaert, Chowning, Spinello, Regan, Lambert, Spriggs, Arberry, Triggs, Freeman, Evans, Sheerin, Bergevin, McGaughey, Jeffrey, McGinness, Banner, Gaston and Marvel. Approved March 1, 1989

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AN ACT relating to crimes; prohibiting certain lenders from discriminating against customers who apply for certain loans or other financial assistance on account of the customer’s sex; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 105–Assemblymen Lambert, Wisdom, Freeman, Diamond, Chowning, Spriggs, Brookman, Evans, Myrna Williams and Swain. Approved March 1, 1989

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AN ACT relating to controlled substances; providing for the forfeiture of firearms in the possession of a person who commits a crime related to controlled substances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 103–Senators Hickey, Coffin, Horn, Neal, Shaffer, Titus and Vergiels. Approved March 8, 1989

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AN ACT relating to justices’ courts; limiting the jurisdiction of justices’ courts over actions for the possession of lands and tenements where the relation of landlord and tenant exists; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 28–Senator Raggio. Approved March 8, 1989

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AN ACT relating to polygraphic examinations; prohibiting the use of waivers to limit a polygraphic examiner’s liability; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 53–Assemblymen Spinello, Porter, Thompson, Sedway, Banner, Myrna Williams, Adler, Diamond, Wisdom, Triggs, Wendell Williams, Freeman and Callister. Approved March 8, 1989

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AN ACT relating to state personnel; revising provisions governing the salaries of the classified employees of the state; applying those revisions retroactively; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 8–Committee on Finance. Approved March 8, 1989

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AN ACT relating to foreign corporations; revising the provision prohibiting foreign corporations which have failed or neglected to comply with certain statutory provisions from commencing, maintaining or defending any action or proceeding in a Nevada court; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 47–Assemblymen Porter, Diamond, Callister, Adler, Gaston and Wendell Williams. Approved March 8, 1989

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AN ACT relating to crimes; adding insurance fraud and securities fraud to the list of crimes related to racketeering; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 26–Committee on Judiciary. Approved March 8, 1989

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AN ACT relating to days of observance; authorizing and requesting the governor to proclaim the fourth Friday of September as Nevada Indian Day; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 95–Assemblymen Brookman, Dini, McGinness, Wendell Williams, Arberry, Humke, Bergevin, Carpenter and Porter. Approved March 8, 1989

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AN ACT relating to juveniles; expanding the authority of law enforcement officers to retain the fingerprints of a child 14 years of age or older under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 84–Committee on Judiciary. Approved March 8, 1989

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AN ACT relating to emergency medical services; clarifying existing provision regarding the immunity from liability of certain persons who give instruction, provide supervision or obey related instructions under certain circumstances; adding licensed nurses to the group of persons immune from liability for emergency care given gratuitously and in good faith; providing that licensed nurses are not immune from liability for emergency care rendered in a medical facility; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 52–Senators Rawson and O’Connell. Approved March 14, 1989

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AN ACT relating to historic districts; authorizing cities to create such districts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 73–Assemblymen Swain, Dini, DuBois, Adler, Gaston, Wisdom, Myrna Williams, Sader, Schofield, Evans, Diamond, Chowning, Callister, Garner, Regan, Price, Carpenter, Bergevin, Gibbons, Freeman, Porter, Kerns, Marvel, Spinello, Nevin, Sheerin, Spriggs, Wendell Williams, McGaughey, Lambert, Arberry, Kissam and Sedway. Approved March 14, 1989

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AN ACT relating to domestic violence; providing an exception to the requirement that a peace officer arrest a person suspected of committing a recent battery; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 69–Assemblymen Myrna Williams, Wisdom, Sedway, Spinello, Lambert, Diamond, Freeman, Triggs, Adler, Gaston, Evans, Brookman and Chowning. Approved March 14, 1989

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AN ACT relating to elections; requiring a special election on May 2, 1989, to vote on proposed constitutional amendments; extending the time for registration for any primary city elections scheduled for May 2, 1989; providing a penalty; making an appropriation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 100–Committee on Taxation. Approved March 14, 1989

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AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the health division of the department of human resources for the support of vital statistics and tuberculosis control; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 108–Senators Raggio, Jacobsen, Rawson, Rhoads, Beyer, Mello and Hickey. Approved March 20, 1989

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AN ACT relating to special fuel; eliminating the provisions requiring a bond for a special fuel user’s license; authorizing a reduction of the required bond under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 18–Assemblyman Nevin. Approved March 20, 1989

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AN ACT relating to taxation; implementing S.J.R. No. 22 of the 64th session concerning the taxation of the net proceeds from the extraction of minerals; making various changes concerning the collection of the tax on the net proceeds of minerals; revising the provisions governing the assessed valuation of taxable property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 61–Committee on Taxation. Approved March 20, 1989

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AN ACT relating to dentistry; expanding the voting authority of dental hygienists on matters before the board of dental examiners; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 58–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved March 20, 1989

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AN ACT relating to financial administration of local governments; increasing the authorized duration of short-term financing from 5 years to 10 years; limiting the term of short-term financing under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 27–Assemblymen Adler, Myrna Williams, Nevin, Schofield, Garner, Wendell Williams, Sheerin, Carpenter, Humke, Chowning, Callister, Thompson, Diamond, Evans, Banner, Fay, Gibbons, Brookman, Bogaert, Spinello, Dini, Price, Bergevin, Kissam, Lambert, Arberry, McGinness and Triggs. Approved March 20, 1989

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AN ACT relating to elections; revising the filing fees for certain candidates for district office; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 109–Committee on Elections. Approved March 20, 1989

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AN ACT relating to administrative regulations; establishing an earlier deadline for the submission of proposed regulations to the legislative counsel before a legislative session; extending the period for adopting temporary regulations during a legislative session; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 199–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved March 20, 1989

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AN ACT relating to boards of county commissioners; allowing a board to meet outside of the county with another governing body or as a committee of the whole; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 211–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved March 20, 1989

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AN ACT relating to medical laboratories; expanding the authority of a medical laboratory to conduct certain examinations; requiring the laboratory report to contain under certain circumstances a recommendation that the results be interpreted by a licensed provider of health care; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 41–Committee on Human Resources and Facilities. Approved March 20, 1989

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AN ACT relating to human transplants; providing a supplier of any tissue or organ used for transplantation with limited immunity from liability for the transmission of any infectious disease associated with the transplantation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 70–Senator Horn (by request). Approved March 20, 1989

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AN ACT relating to juvenile courts; prohibiting the termination of employment of a person who appears in juvenile court with a child; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 23–Committee on Judiciary. Approved March 20, 1989

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AN ACT relating to the dissolution of marriage; repealing the provision that permits the former spouse of a member of the Armed Forces to bring an action for the partition of military retirement benefits; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 11–Senators Smith, Coffin, Joerg, Getto, Beyer, O’Donnell and Vergiels. Approved March 20, 1989

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AN ACT relating to domestic violence; requiring peace officers to provide certain information to suspected victims; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 70–Assemblymen Myrna Williams, Wisdom, Sedway, Spinello, Lambert, Diamond, Freeman, Triggs, Adler, Gaston, Evans, Sader, Brookman and Chowning. Approved March 24, 1989

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AN ACT relating to juvenile courts; extending certain provisions concerning the operation of juvenile courts in large counties to other counties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 54–Assemblymen Humke, Gaston, Gibbons, Bogaert, Swain, Evans, Sader, Lambert, Nevin and Kerns. Approved March 24, 1989

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AN ACT relating to truancy; authorizing the delivery of a truant to an agency providing family counseling; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 91–Assemblymen Humke, Gaston, Spinello, Sader, Arberry, Marvel, Evans, Sedway, Swain, DuBois, Wendell Williams, Lambert and Gibbons. Approved March 24, 1989

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AN ACT relating to crimes against property; providing that the felonious use of an automatic teller card is an exception to the general provisions governing grand larceny; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 238–Committee on Judiciary. Approved March 24, 1989

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AN ACT relating to civil liability; clarifying the scope of the exemption from the elimination of joint and several liability for the concerted acts of defendants; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 249–Committee on Judiciary. Approved March 24, 1989

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AN ACT relating to pupils; prohibiting the board of trustees of a county school district from authorizing the expulsion, suspension or removal of a pupil from the public school system for truancy; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 90–Assemblymen Humke, Gaston, Spinello, Arberry, Marvel, Evans, Sedway, Swain, DuBois, Wendell Williams, Lambert and Gibbons. Approved March 24, 1989

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AN ACT making an appropriation to the state board of examiners for the stale claims account and the statutory contingency fund; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 193–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved March 24, 1989

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AN ACT relating to governmental finances; authorizing the use of money in the emergency fund for emergency repairs of state buildings; making an appropriation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 191–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved March 24, 1989

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AN ACT relating to county fire departments; authorizing boards of county commissioners to create districts for county fire departments; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 266–Assemblyman Thompson. Approved March 24, 1989

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AN ACT relating to witnesses; permitting the affidavit of an expert to be used in lieu of his testimony in certain proceedings for the purpose of establishing the quantity of a controlled substance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 68–Committee on Judiciary. Approved March 29, 1989

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AN ACT relating to trade practices; prohibiting certain methods of solicitation by telephone; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 28–Assemblymen Thompson, Bergevin, Spinello, McGaughey, DuBois, Fay, Regan, Diamond, Callister, Adler, Chowning, Jeffrey, Carpenter, Sheerin, Dini, Schofield, Wendell Williams, Porter, Sedway, Bogaert, Kerns, Price, Sader, Lambert, Garner and Kissam. Approved March 29, 1989

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AN ACT making an appropriation to the division of state lands of the state department of conservation and natural resources for the acquisition of the Donald Andersen property in Carson City for expansion of the Capitol Complex; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 233–Assemblymen Sheerin, Adler, Bergevin, Dini, Sedway and Jeffrey. Approved March 29, 1989

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AN ACT making an appropriation to the legislative fund; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 159–Committee on Finance. Approved March 29, 1989

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AN ACT relating to statutes; ratifying technical corrections made to sections of NRS and to multiple amendments of sections of NRS; correcting the effective date of, correcting certain provisions in, and repealing certain provisions in Statutes of Nevada 1985 and Statutes of Nevada 1987; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 67–Committee on Judiciary. Approved March 29, 1989

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AN ACT relating to domestic violence; providing mandatory penalties where the violation of an order for protection is accompanied by a violent physical act; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 92–Assemblymen Gaston, Wisdom, Regan, Wendell Williams, Diamond, Porter, Spriggs, McGinness, Chowning, Triggs, Carpenter, Myrna Williams, Schofield, DuBois, Swain, Evans, Sheerin, Garner and Nevin. Approved March 29, 1989

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AN ACT relating to governmental affairs; authorizing the director of the department of general services to contract for the minting of certain medallions and bars; limiting the use of the state seal; establishing a program to provide counties with money to abate dangerous conditions resulting from mining practices which took place at mines that are no longer operating; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 7–Senator Jacobsen. Approved March 29, 1989

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AN ACT relating to legislative employees; clarifying the method for establishing the compensation of the chief clerk of the assembly and the secretary of the senate; ratifying and directing the payment of their current salaries; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 153–Committee on Finance. Approved March 29, 1989

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AN ACT relating to dangerous weapons; revising provisions governing the disposition of confiscated weapons; authorizing a metropolitan police department to keep the money from the sale of certain confiscated weapons; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 280–Committee on Judiciary. Approved March 29, 1989

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AN ACT relating to local improvements; expanding the authority of the governing body of a local government which makes a special assessment to provide for payment of the assessment in installments; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 76–Assemblymen Myrna Williams, Kissam and Lambert. Approved March 29, 1989

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AN ACT relating to public securities; expanding the permissible methods of repaying public securities that provide for the payment of compound interest; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 78–Assemblymen Myrna Williams, Kissam and Lambert. Approved March 29, 1989

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AN ACT relating to notaries public; authorizing a peace officer who is required to be a notary public as a condition of his employment to use his business address and telephone number on an application for appointment; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 48–Senator Malone. Approved March 29, 1989

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AN ACT making an appropriation to the motor pool fund to replace existing vehicles and purchase additional vehicles; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 174–Assemblyman Price. Approved March 31, 1989

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AN ACT relating to master plans; requiring the inclusion of a plan for the preservation of historical properties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 15–Senators Horn, Beyer, Getto, Shaffer, Coffin, Neal, Hickey, Raggio, Vergiels, Rawson, Smith, Titus, Malone, Mello, O’Donnell and Jacobsen. Approved March 31, 1989

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AN ACT relating to securities; expanding the exemption from registration and filing requirements for certain securities; repealing the prospective expiration of the Uniform Securities Act; making technical changes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 6–Assemblyman Sader. Approved April 10, 1989

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AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to Southern Nevada mental retardation services to continue the lease for the Horizon Recovery Center; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 309–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved April 10, 1989

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AN ACT relating to the attorney general; clarifying his authority to prosecute certain criminal actions; authorizing him to prosecute a person acting in concert with a prisoner; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 291–Committee on Judiciary. Approved April 10, 1989

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AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the department of the military for a portion of the costs for the education of persons in the National Guard; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 210–Assemblyman Jeffrey. Approved April 10, 1989

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AN ACT relating to the state highway fund; making a supplemental appropriation to the department of motor vehicles and public safety for additional expenses for postage; making appropriations to the contingency fund in repayment of certain allocations made by the interim finance committee; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 192–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved April 10, 1989

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AN ACT relating to municipal obligations; permitting municipalities which are acquiring property to grant a security interest in property other than that being acquired; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 77–Assemblymen Myrna Williams, Kissam and Lambert. Approved April 10, 1989

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AN ACT relating to taxation; clarifying provision imposing mandatory tax on the gross receipts from the rental of transient lodging; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 68–Committee on Taxation. Approved April 10, 1989

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AN ACT relating to taxation; exempting slide-in campers, camper shells and certain household goods and furniture from property taxes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 8–Assemblymen Price, Bergevin, Regan, Marvel, Sheerin, Callister, Myrna Williams, Spriggs, Triggs, Lambert and Gaston. Approved April 10, 1989

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AN ACT relating to county fair and recreation boards; revising the composition of certain boards; removing the limitation on the number of nominees that may be submitted by the chamber of commerce of the largest incorporated city in certain counties for membership on the county fair and recreation board; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 42–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved April 10, 1989

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AN ACT making supplemental appropriation to the department of prisons for the maximum security prison in Ely; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 185–Assemblymen Dini, Sedway and Jeffrey. Approved April 12, 1989

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AN ACT relating to judgments; exempting from execution all property in this state of a judgment debtor where the judgment is in favor of any other state for failure to pay that state’s income tax on benefits received from a pension or other retirement plan; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 154–Assemblymen Adler, Dini, Freeman, Bergevin, Sheerin, Fay, Gaston, Carpenter, Banner, Schofield, Nevin, Jeffrey, Thompson, Wisdom, Swain, Spriggs, Humke, Triggs, Lambert, Kissam, Arberry, Spinello, Regan, Price, Evans, Brookman, Callister, Gibbons, McGaughey, Kerns, Diamond, Sedway, Wendell Williams, DuBois, Chowning, Garner, Bogaert, Myrna Williams and Marvel. Approved April 17, 1989

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AN ACT relating to elections; clarifying the provision governing the inclusion of a person’s residential address on his declaration or acceptance of candidacy; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 118–Assemblyman Brookman. Approved April 17, 1989

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AN ACT relating to state securities; increasing the limit on the principal amount of securities which the state may issue in connection with loans to municipalities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 161–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved April 17, 1989

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AN ACT relating to trusts; providing a standard for measuring the performance of a fiduciary; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 357–Committee on Judiciary. Approved April 17, 1989

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AN ACT relating to providers of health care; requiring a provider of health care to allow a law enforcement agent or district attorney to inspect and copy certain health care records; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 229–Assemblymen Sader, Porter, Kissam, Gibbons, Wisdom, Chowning, McGinness, Triggs, Diamond, DuBois, Humke and Swain. Approved April 17, 1989

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AN ACT relating to evidence; providing that authenticated photographs, samples and writings describing the measurements of hazardous waste or hazardous material are admissible evidence in lieu of the waste or material; establishing a procedure for the destruction of unnecessary quantities of a dangerous drug or immediate precursor seized as evidence; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 204–Assemblyman Nevin. Approved April 17, 1989

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AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the division of mental hygiene and mental retardation of the department of human resources for the support of the Southern Nevada adult mental health services; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 110–Senators Raggio, Jacobsen, Rawson, Rhoads, Beyer, Mello and Hickey. Approved April 17, 1989

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AN ACT relating to education; requiring pupils and teachers in public schools to wear protective devices for their eyes in certain classes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 125–Assemblymen Wendell Williams, Wisdom, Porter, Freeman, Arberry, DuBois, McGinness, Carpenter, Spriggs, Bogaert, Callister, Thompson, Jeffrey, Spinello, Brookman, Gibbons, Chowning, Marvel, Regan, Swain, Humke, Triggs, McGaughey, Banner, Fay, Evans and Schofield. Approved April 17, 1989

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AN ACT making an appropriation to the youth services division of the department of human resources for expenses related to carpeting for the southern Nevada children’s home; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 267–Assemblymen Thompson, McGaughey, Garner, Fay, Brookman, Freeman, Bergevin, Nevin, Sheerin, Adler, Wisdom, Carpenter, Jeffrey, Triggs, Porter, Diamond, Kissam, Chowning, Bogaert, McGinness, Gaston, Wendell Williams, Dini and Sedway. Approved April 17, 1989

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AN ACT making an appropriation to the Nevada historical society of the department of museums and history for the purchase and installation of compact shelves; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 256–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved April 17, 1989

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AN ACT relating to public employment; requiring the termination of employment of an officer or employee of the state or of a political subdivision who has been convicted of the unlawful sale of a controlled substance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 223–Assemblymen Fay, Chowning, Carpenter, Regan, Nevin, Banner, Spriggs, Wendell Williams, DuBois, Gibbons, Bogaert, Kerns, Marvel, Callister, Price, Spinello, Bergevin, Sader, Kissam, Adler, McGaughey, Thompson, Jeffrey, Garner, Wisdom, Evans, Myrna Williams, Sheerin and Dini. Approved April 17, 1989

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AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the division of youth services of the department of human resources for various expenses; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 176–Assemblymen Evans, Wisdom, Porter, Callister, Gaston, DuBois, Kissam, Lambert, Bogaert, Spinello and Sedway. Approved April 17, 1989

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AN ACT relating to statutes; repealing various antiquated provisions of NRS; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 235–Assemblymen Spriggs and Lambert. Approved April 17, 1989

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AN ACT relating to local governmental finances; requiring certain local governments to prepare capital improvement plans; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 81–Assemblymen Myrna Williams, Kissam and Lambert. Approved April 17, 1989

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AN ACT relating to residential property; establishing a program for the rehabilitation of abandoned residential property; authorizing the conveyance of title to certain persons in exchange for their rehabilitation of the property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 218–Assemblymen Regan, Jeffrey, Nevin, Garner, Kerns, Fay, Carpenter, Gaston, Myrna Williams, Bergevin, Sedway, Adler, McGinness, Arberry, Spinello, Callister, Bogaert, Marvel, Gibbons, Porter, Schofield, Sheerin, DuBois, Thompson, Chowning, Price, Diamond, Kissam, Wisdom, Freeman, Humke and Evans. Approved April 17, 1989

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AN ACT relating to artists; creating a cause of action for an artist whose work is displayed or published, without consent, in a defaced, mutilated or altered form; providing an artist with the right to claim or disclaim authorship; defining residual ownership rights after the transfer of a work of art or the transfer of the right to reproduce a work of art; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 17–Senators Horn, Beyer, Getto, Shaffer, Coffin, Neal, Hickey, Raggio, Vergiels, Rawson, Smith, Titus, Malone, Mello, O’Donnell and Jacobsen. Approved April 18, 1989

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AN ACT relating to districts for county fire departments; providing additional requirements for the administration of a district for a fire department; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 206–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved April 18, 1989

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AN ACT making an appropriation to the Nevada museum and historical society in Las Vegas for the installation of electrical track lighting and to purchase equipment; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 254–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved April 18, 1989

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AN ACT relating to traffic laws; revising the procedure for sentencing certain persons convicted of driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or a controlled substance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 274–Committee on Judiciary. Approved April 20, 1989

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AN ACT relating to the Civil Air Patrol; increasing the amount paid to the Civil Air Patrol fund from the account for taxes on aviation fuel; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 20–Assemblymen Nevin, Dini, Jeffrey, Kerns, Evans and Sedway. Approved April 20, 1989

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AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the department of education for the residential and educational expenses for handicapped children and for personnel costs; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 107–Senators Raggio, Jacobsen, Rawson, Rhoads, Beyer, Mello, Hickey and O’Donnell. Approved April 20, 1989

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AN ACT relating to indigent persons; permitting attorneys employed by the state or any agency or political subdivision of the state to represent indigent persons under certain circumstances; revising the provisions governing the waiver of certain court costs and fees for indigent persons; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 272–Assemblymen Diamond and Callister. Approved April 20, 1989

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AN ACT relating to elections; establishing procedures for notifying voters of a change of location of a polling place; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 82–Assemblyman DuBois. Approved April 26, 1989

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AN ACT relating to older persons; requiring the appointment of two nonvoting legislative members to the Nevada commission on aging; authorizing the commission to recommend legislation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 178–Senators Titus, O’Donnell, Beyer, Coffin, Getto, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Joerg, Malone, Mello, Neal, Shaffer, Smith, Townsend, Vergiels and Wagner. Approved April 26, 1989

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AN ACT making an appropriation to the state public works board for roof repair and asbestos abatement at the Nevada girls training center; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 385–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved April 26, 1989

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AN ACT relating to franchises for sales of motor vehicles; protects rights of dealer of motor vehicles in actions against manufacturer, distributor or factory branch to trial by jury and convenient forum; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 370–Assemblyman Nevin. Approved April 26, 1989

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AN ACT relating to motor carriers; requiring a common or contract motor carrier to include the number of his certificate of public convenience and necessity or contract carrier permit in all advertisements; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 19–Assemblyman Nevin. Approved April 26, 1989

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AN ACT relating to facilities for storage; requiring the enforcement of the prohibition against using such a facility as a residence; providing a procedure for summary eviction; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 55–Assemblymen Gibbons, Nevin, Fay, Kerns, Bogaert, Lambert, Regan, Bergevin, Chowning, Adler, Humke and Marvel. Approved April 26, 1989

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AN ACT making an appropriation to the department of taxation for the payment of expenses related to the travel and operating cost of the governor’s commission to study fiscal affairs of state and local government in Nevada; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 323–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved April 26, 1989

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AN ACT relating to taxation; revising the requirements for granting a deferral of the payment of taxes on retail sales of capital goods; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 141–Senator Joerg. Approved April 26, 1989

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AN ACT relating to pupils; allowing, under certain circumstances, a pupil who began kindergarten or first grade in another state to continue his education in this state regardless of the age of the pupil; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 349–Assemblymen McGinness, Triggs, Lambert, Adler, Kissam, Garner, Humke, Arberry, Spinello, Gaston, Gibbons, Wisdom, Diamond, McGaughey, Swain, Chowning, Carpenter, Regan, Spriggs, Sader, Porter, Nevin and Wendell Williams. Approved April 26, 1989

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AN ACT relating to juvenile courts; revising various provisions concerning practice and procedure; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 112–Assemblymen Humke, Gaston, Spinello, Marvel, Evans, DuBois, McGinnis, Spriggs, Triggs, Gibbons and Bogaert. Approved April 27, 1989

218

100

AN ACT relating to political parties; clarifying the definition of a “political party”; revising the procedure for nominating candidates if only one major political party has candidates for an office; requiring under certain circumstances additional information to be maintained and included on the county clerk’s list of registered voters; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 132–Committee on Elections. Approved April 28, 1989

221

101

AN ACT relating to industrial insurance; providing protection to land surveyors from liability for accidents covered by industrial insurance; clarifying that exclusiveness of remedy under industrial insurance applies to architects and engineers performing services for the owner of property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 172–Senator Beyer. Approved April 28, 1989

230

102

AN ACT relating to cities; revising the provisions relating to the incorporation of a city; creating a local governmental advisory committee to review petitions for incorporation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 161–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved April 28, 1989

231

103

AN ACT relating to the history of Nevada; creating a commission to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Nevada’s admission to the union; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 409–Assemblymen Price, Bergevin, Adler, Arberry, Myrna Williams, Banner, DuBois, Swain, Kerns, Humke, Marvel, Thompson, Callister, Diamond, Sheerin, Gaston, Freeman, Evans, Lambert, Nevin, McGaughey, Gibbons, Spriggs, Triggs, Chowning, Schofield, Regan, McGinness, Bogaert, Spinello, Jeffrey, Brookman, Fay, Porter, Sedway, Sader, Wendell Williams, Wisdom, Carpenter and Kissam. Approved May 3, 1989

240

104

AN ACT relating to counties; abolishing Bullfrog County; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 194–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 3, 1989

241

105

AN ACT relating to the fund for the compensation of victims of crime; eliminating the restriction on the use of money in the fund that was received from the imposition of a civil penalty for driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor or a controlled substance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 426–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 3, 1989

246

106

AN ACT relating to the legislative counsel; eliminating the requirement that the legislative counsel prepare a digest of judicial opinions; authorizing him to cooperate with a private publisher for the publication of the digest; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 428–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 3, 1989

247

107

AN ACT relating to local improvement districts; providing an optional procedure for the creation of a district; authorizing the issuance of variable interest rate bonds and variable interest rates on assessments; expanding the applicability of the consolidated local improvements law; requiring the recording of the assessment roll in the office of the county recorder; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 393–Assemblymen Myrna Williams and Kissam. Approved May 3, 1989

251

108

AN ACT relating to counties; extending to all counties the authority to acquire, sell or lease real property for industrial development; exempting such leases from certain requirements for bidding; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 437–Assemblymen Thompson, Jeffrey and Callister. Approved May 3, 1989

259

109

AN ACT relating to the program of compensation for certain victims of crime; requiring that compensation officers of the state board of examiners be employed in the classified service of the state; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 412–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 3, 1989

261

110

AN ACT relating to property tax; exempting all property owned by charitable foundations established by institutions in the University of Nevada System; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 262–Assemblymen Price, Spinello, Callister, Bogaert, Gibbons, Marvel, Brookman, Sader, Thompson, Adler, Kissam, Lambert, Arberry, McGinness, Humke, Freeman, McGaughey, Diamond, DuBois, Bergevin, Myrna Williams, Wisdom, Spriggs, Gaston, Carpenter, Sheerin, Banner, Dini, Fay, Chowning, Regan, Kerns, Porter, Nevin, Jeffrey, Sedway and Evans. Approved May 3, 1989

262

111

AN ACT relating to the Tahoe Basin; revising the requirements for the transfer, sale, exchange or lease of land or an interest in land acquired by the state land registrar in the Tahoe Basin; requiring the state land registrar to report quarterly on such transactions to the state board of examiners; providing that money received from such transactions be deposited with the state treasurer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 198–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 3, 1989

263

112

AN ACT relating to legislative audits; authorizing the legislative commission to provide for the presentation of the written report of each audit and reports of the progress of corrective action to the audit subcommittee before the reports are presented to the legislative commission; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 12–Senator Jacobsen. Approved May 3, 1989

264

113

AN ACT relating to county improvement; authorizing certain counties to create a taxing district to provide a telephone number to be used in an emergency; permitting an increase in the maximum rate for the levy of an ad valorem tax in such districts; changing, in certain districts, the date for the submission of the tentative budget for the operation of the district; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 65–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 3, 1989

265

114

AN ACT relating to legislative bills; requiring the legislative counsel upon request to disclose to a legislator whether a request for proposed legislation relating to a specific topic has been submitted to the legislative counsel for preparation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 114–Committee on Legislative Affairs and Operations. Approved May 3, 1989

267

115

AN ACT relating to the protection of children; requiring a person placing a child in protective custody to show identification; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 182–Senator Getto. Approved May 3, 1989

268

116

AN ACT relating to traffic laws; exempting articulated buses from the limitation on length applicable to buses generally; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 197–Committee on Transportation. Approved May 3, 1989

269

117

AN ACT relating to cruelty to animals; authorizing certain officers to seize from agricultural lands animals which are being cruelly treated; providing for the impoundment and sale of those animals under certain circumstances; authorizing actions which are established methods of animal husbandry; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 245–Assemblymen Gaston, Brookman, Chowning, Kissam, Diamond, Myrna Williams, Garner, Jeffrey, Wisdom, Callister, Gibbons, Porter, Regan, Carpenter, Nevin, Swain, Fay, Bogaert, Spinello, Sedway and Arberry. Approved May 4, 1989

272

118

AN ACT relating to the University of Nevada; authorizing the construction of additional housing for students and facilities for dining at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and the University of Nevada, Reno; authorizing the issuance of revenue bonds to pay a portion of the cost of construction; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 122–Assemblymen Sedway, Dini, Spinello, Callister, Myrna Williams, Jeffrey, Thompson, Porter, Gaston, Wisdom, Garner, Diamond, Kissam, Triggs, Sheerin, Price, Chowning, Arberry, Brookman, Schofield, Regan, DuBois and McGaughey. Approved May 9, 1989

274

119

AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the department of prisons for salaries, operation, maintenance stock items and personnel training at the maximum security prison in Ely; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 550–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved May 9, 1989

276

120

AN ACT making an appropriation to the legislative fund for new equipment and software for data processing for the legislative counsel bureau; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 378–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved May 10, 1989

277

121

AN ACT relating to beverage containers; prohibiting the sale of beverage containers constructed to open with the use of a detachable metal tab or ring; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 429–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 10, 1989

277

122

AN ACT relating to the transportation of hazardous materials; limiting local regulation; eliminating the requirement that each motor vehicle used to transport hazardous materials obtain a permit; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 425–Assemblyman Nevin. Approved May 10, 1989

278

123

AN ACT relating to citations for misdemeanors; authorizing a city or county to designate certain persons to issue citations for violations of zoning regulations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 331–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 10, 1989

279

124

AN ACT relating to child care; revising the provision regarding local regulation of facilities which provide care for fewer than five children; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 435–Assemblymen Lambert, Freeman, Bogaert, Nevin, Kerns, Evans, Swain, Humke, Sader and Gibbons. Approved May 10, 1989

280

125

AN ACT relating to the City of Sparks; revising conflicting provisions of the charter of the City of Sparks concerning the office of mayor pro tempore; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 416–Assemblymen Nevin, Evans and Sader. Approved May 10, 1989

281

126

AN ACT relating to public works projects; clarifying that the legislative branch of government is not required to use the services of the state public works board when constructing a building or other project; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 380–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved May 10, 1989

282

127

AN ACT relating to municipal courts; authorizing the city council to increase the salary of a municipal judge if the charter of the city so provides; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 375–Assemblymen Wisdom, Swain, Porter, Gaston, Carpenter, Gibbons, Chowning, Bogaert, Triggs, Callister, Nevin, Thompson, Arberry, Spriggs, McGaughey, Jeffrey, Garner, Regan, Adler, McGinness, Diamond, DuBois, Spinello, Price, Kissam, Evans, Sheerin and Bergevin. Approved May 10, 1989

283

128

AN ACT relating to loans; requiring certain agreements related to the lending of money or the extension of credit to be in writing; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 279–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 10, 1989

285

129

AN ACT relating to tobacco; imposing a penalty on a wholesale dealer who unlawfully extends credit to a retail dealer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 277–Committee on Taxation. Approved May 10, 1989

285

130

AN ACT relating to emergency medical services; authorizing unlicensed persons to ride in an ambulance under certain circumstances; providing, under certain circumstances, for the reimbursement of a hospital for advanced emergency care rendered by one of its registered nurses while transferring a patient in an ambulance that is not authorized by the health division of the department of human resources to provide advanced emergency care; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 260–Assemblymen Dini, Nevin, Jeffrey, Bergevin, McGinness, Adler, Thompson, Myrna Williams, Sedway, Spinello, Evans and Sheerin. Approved May 10, 1989

286

131

AN ACT relating to crimes against the legislative power; prohibiting certain acts by a former legislator which lead others to believe that he remains a member of the legislature; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 46–Assemblymen Sedway, Diamond, Spinello, Jeffrey, Dini, Evans, Marvel, Price, Humke, DuBois, Swain, Kerns, Arberry, Callister and Myrna Williams. Approved May 10, 1989

287

132

AN ACT relating to projects for the recharge, storage and recovery of water; requiring the fee for an application to operate a project and any penalty assessed for the delinquent filing of the annual report to be deposited in the account for projects for recharge, underground storage and recovery of water; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 312–Assemblyman Callister. Approved May 10, 1989

288

133

AN ACT relating to drivers’ licenses; lowering the age at which a person may obtain a license for a reduced fee; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 423–Assemblymen Schofield, Gaston, Dini, Chowning, Carpenter and Regan. Approved May 10, 1989

289

134

AN ACT making an appropriation to the budget division of the department of administration for reimbursement of the legal division of the legislative counsel bureau for the expenses involved in preparing bill drafts requested by agencies of the executive branch; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 129–Committee on Finance. Approved May 10, 1989

290

135

AN ACT making an appropriation to the legislative counsel bureau for the reproduction of older Nevada Reports; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 160–Committee on Finance. Approved May 10, 1989

290

136

AN ACT relating to the operation of vehicles or vessels while intoxicated; defining the amount of alcohol in the blood of a person who is driving, operating or in actual control of a vehicle or vessel in terms of the concentration of alcohol in his blood or breath; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 234–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 10, 1989

291

137

AN ACT relating to banks; reducing the frequency of required meetings of directors of a banking corporation organized under the laws of this state; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 120–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 11, 1989

293

138

AN ACT relating to public health; making various changes to the laws governing the control of communicable diseases; requiring the state board of health to adopt certain regulations; requiring the reporting of certain information to the state board of health; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 73–Committee on Human Resources and Facilities. Approved May 11, 1989

294

139

AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the state department of conservation and natural resources for additional expenses for rent and utilities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 109–Senators Raggio, Jacobsen, Rawson, Rhoads, Beyer, Mello and Hickey. Approved May 11, 1989

303

140

AN ACT relating to nursing pools; requiring nursing pools to be licensed by the health division of the department of human resources; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 84–Committee on Human Resources and Facilities. Approved May 11, 1989

303

141

AN ACT relating to mobile home parks; requiring the administrator of the manufactured housing division of the department of commerce to collect certain data; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 138–Assemblymen Arberry, Brookman and Price. Approved May 11, 1989

304

142

AN ACT relating to unfair trade practices; authorizing the attorney general to institute remedial proceedings related thereto as parens patriae of the persons residing in the state; broadening the type of injunctive relief available for unfair trade practices; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 168–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 11, 1989

305

143

AN ACT relating to the Nevada tax commission; increasing the number of members; requiring the governor to appoint a person with experience in mining to the commission; providing for the term of office of the person appointed; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 65–Assemblymen Marvel, Bergevin, Lambert, McGinness, Sader, Price, Carpenter, Spriggs, Kerns and Dini. Approved May 16, 1989

306

144

AN ACT relating to public health; requiring that a portable manual mask and face shield for cardiopulmonary resuscitation be provided to certain peace officers and fireman; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 56–Senator Horn. Approved May 16, 1989

307

145

AN ACT relating to pharmacy; declaring the practice of pharmacy to be a learned profession which affects public safety and welfare; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 192–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 16, 1989

308

146

AN ACT relating to public finances; making various changes concerning the administration of certain public funds and accounts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 210–Senator Jacobsen. Approved May 16, 1989

309

147

AN ACT relating to state printing; requiring the chief of the purchasing division of the department of general services to contract for certain state printing not performed by the state printing office; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 211–Senator Jacobsen. Approved May 16, 1989

316

148

AN ACT relating to prisons; reducing the frequency of certain reports required of the department of prisons concerning prison population and security; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 288–Senator Jacobsen. Approved May 16, 1989

317

149

AN ACT relating to water; authorizing the state engineer to grant temporary changes in the diversion or use of water; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 263–Senators Getto, Coffin, Horn, Jacobsen, Joerg, O’Donnell, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith and Townsend. Approved May 16, 1989

318

150

AN ACT relating to the state welfare board; revising the procedures for electing certain officers of the board; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 275–Committee on Human Resources and Facilities. Approved May 18, 1989

320

151

AN ACT relating to local financial administration; changing the deadline for the submission of annual budgets by certain special districts to the department of taxation; delaying the certification of tax rates by the Nevada tax commission and the due date of property taxes for the 1989-1990 fiscal year; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 269–Committee on Taxation. Approved May 18, 1989

321

152

AN ACT relating to evidence; authorizing a financial institution to establish the authenticity of its records by affidavit of the custodian of the records; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 452–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 18, 1989

322

153

AN ACT relating to educational personnel; providing that a postprobationary employee of a school district retains that status upon his employment by another school district; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 517–Assemblymen Dini, Jeffrey, Sedway, Spinello, Schofield, Gaston, Porter, Nevin, Sader, Thompson, Adler, Arberry, Banner, Chowning, Carpenter, Wisdom, Myrna Williams, Regan, Kissam, Marvel, Freeman, McGinness, Triggs, Swain, Sheerin, Evans, Brookman, Bergevin, McGaughey, Wendell Williams, Diamond, Garner, Price, DuBois, Lambert, Callister, Bogaert, Humke and Gibbons. Approved May 18, 1989

325

154

AN ACT relating to the department of transportation; changing the basis for the report to the legislature on the resurfacing of state highways from calendar year to fiscal year; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 474–Committee on Transportation. Approved May 18, 1989

325

155

AN ACT relating to relating to district judges; requiring a district judge to notify the court administrator of his resignation; requiring the governor to notify the court administrator of his acceptance of the resignation or retirement of a district judge; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 525–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 18, 1989

326

156

AN ACT relating to probate property; limiting the commission for finding a purchaser for probate property to the purchase of real property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 509–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 18, 1989

326

157

AN ACT relating to material witnesses; requiring a material witness who has been detained to be brought before a judge or magistrate for a review of his detention; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 343–Assemblymen Gibbons, McGaughey, Diamond, Callister, Jeffrey, Adler, Kerns, Kissam, Chowning, Myrna Williams, Gaston, Wisdom, Price, Garner, Lambert, McGinness, Regan, Carpenter, Bogaert, Marvel and Brookman. Approved May 18, 1989

327

158

AN ACT relating to the office of court administrator; requiring the transmittal of certain claims to the court administrator instead of the clerk of the supreme court; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 523–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 18, 1989

328

159

AN ACT relating to traffic laws; continuing the advisory commission on the evaluation and education of persons found guilty of driving while under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 5–Assemblyman Sader. Approved May 18, 1989

329

160

AN ACT relating to juveniles; requiring the suspension of the driver’s license of a juvenile who uses, possesses, sells or distributes a controlled substance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 129–Assemblymen DuBois, Thompson, Diamond, Spriggs, Bergevin, Humke, McGaughey, Fay, Freeman, Swain, Porter and Callister. Approved May 18, 1989

330

161

AN ACT relating to industrial insurance; revising the provisions governing copies of files of insurers and mailing of notice of accident to insurers; protecting certain privileged material from disclosure; increasing the death benefit for burial and funeral expenses; extending the period during which a claimant may request a hearing concerning the proposed closing of a claim; requiring the administrator to adopt a schedule for the rating of the loss of, or damage to, teeth; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 141–Assemblyman Banner. Approved May 18, 1989

331

162

AN ACT relating to hazardous materials; providing for the submission of certain federally required reports to governmental agencies in Nevada designated by the governor; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 424–Assemblyman DuBois. Approved May 18, 1989

335

163

AN ACT relating to farm products; extending the protection of the required bond, or the money or securities deposited in lieu of a bond; increasing the criminal penalty that may be imposed for nonpayment; authorizing the imposition of a civil penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 111–Assemblyman Dini, Adler, McGinness, Marvel and Bergevin. Approved May 18, 1989

335

164

AN ACT relating to chiropractors; amending certain provisions to reflect the new name of the state chiropractic association; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 532–Assemblyman Banner. Approved May 18, 1989

338

165

AN ACT relating to livestock; expanding the authority of the department of agriculture to enforce the provisions relating to brand inspection; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 261–Committee on Natural Resources. Approved May 18, 1989

339

166

AN ACT relating to the Uniform Commercial Code; adopting Article 2A concerning leases; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 297–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 18, 1989

340

167

AN ACT relating to unclaimed property; creating an exception to the period of limitation prescribed for the commencement of certain proceedings; authorizing the waiver of penalties under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 276–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 18, 1989

375

168

AN ACT relating to the testing of body fluids; requiring convicted sex offenders to submit to certain testing of their blood and saliva; requiring the central repository for Nevada records of criminal history to collect, maintain and arrange the results of those tests; permitting under certain circumstances the results of certain chemical tests to be received in evidence; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 165–Assemblymen DuBois, Kerns, Sedway, Nevin, Bogaert, Marvel, Gibbons, Regan, Fay, Sader, Kissam, Myrna Williams, Garner, Schofield, Gaston and Carpenter. Approved May 18, 1989

376

169

AN ACT relating to the justices’ courts; providing, in certain cases, for the appointment of a referee by a justice of the peace in certain townships; clarifying the provisions governing the fee to be charged by a justice of the peace for the filing and processing of a bail bond; increasing the fee; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 498–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 18, 1989

378

170

AN ACT relating to community property; allowing the division of community income, assets and obligations of a husband and wife by written agreement if one spouse enters a facility for skilled nursing or a facility for intermediate care; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 270–Assemblymen Kissam, Brookman and Lambert. Approved May 18, 1989

380

171

AN ACT relating to county coroners; clarifying the authority of a county coroner to disinter, remove and transport human remains without obtaining a permit from the local health officer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 530–Committee on Health and Welfare. Approved May 19, 1989

381

172

AN ACT relating to unclaimed property; requiring a law enforcement agency to notify the owner of property which was stolen or embezzled of the location of the property and the method by which it can be obtained; authorizing the sheriff of a metropolitan police department to accept any net proceeds from the disposition of certain unclaimed property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 500–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 19, 1989

382

173

AN ACT relating to property tax; providing for the taxation of exempt real property when leased or loaned by the owner; providing certain exceptions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 205–Assemblymen Sheerin, Adler, Nevin and Callister. Approved May 19, 1989

383

174

AN ACT relating to the department of prisons; requiring that offenders committed to the custody of the department be tested for exposure to the human immunodeficiency virus; providing for an educational program regarding the virus instructed by persons certified by the health division of the department of human resources; providing for the segregation of certain offenders who are seropositive; directing that the names of such offenders be disclosed to certain employees of the department; requiring credits to be given to offenders for educational achievement; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 186–Assemblymen Gaston, Arberry, Kerns, Garner, Jeffrey, Carpenter, Regan, Chowning, Porter, Nevin, Spinello, Sedway, Sader, Thompson, Adler, Kissam, Lambert, McGinness, Triggs and Humke. Approved May 19, 1989

384

175

AN ACT relating to state lands; authorizing the state land registrar to offer a parcel of property in Carson City for sale subject to various restrictions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 546–Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining. Approved May 19, 1989

389

176

AN ACT relating to a judgment of death; clarifying the time during which the judgment must be executed; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 555–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 19, 1989

390

177

AN ACT relating to taxation; authorizing the department of taxation to record a lien for a deficiency determination for nonpayment of taxes owed on controlled substances; extending the scope of the liens for nonpayment of certain taxes to include personal property; requiring sellers of tangible personal property to pay to the department the expenses incurred by an employee of the department when examining the records of the seller kept outside the state; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 413–Committee on Taxation. Approved May 19, 1989

391

178

AN ACT relating to the department of administration; authorizing the director of the department to designate an appeals officer to supervise certain activities of the hearings division; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 301–Assemblymen Jeffrey, Banner, Bogaert, Price, Gibbons, Wendell Williams, Carpenter and Thompson. Approved May 19, 1989

394

179

AN ACT relating to juvenile correctional institutions; increasing the minimum age for commitment; providing for the commitment of certain children to the custody of the department of human resources for placement; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 113–Assemblymen Humke, Gaston, Spinello, Arberry, Marvel, Evans, Sedway, Swain, DuBois, McGinness, Spriggs, Gibbons and Bogaert. Approved May 19, 1989

394

180

AN ACT relating to mechanical voting systems; requiring the full text of each proposed constitutional amendment to be included on each sample ballot; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 116–Senator Wagner. Approved May 19, 1989

399

181

AN ACT relating to gaming; providing that a licensee may accept a gaming credit instrument payable to an affiliated company or may insert the affiliated company as payee on the instrument; removing the requirement that an incomplete gaming credit instrument be dated when accepted; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 302–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 19, 1989

400

182

AN ACT relating to the Nevada National Guard; authorizing the governor to order the Nevada National Guard into active service for the welfare of the public; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 320–Senator Jacobsen. Approved May 19, 1989

401

183

AN ACT making supplemental appropriations to the department of museums and history for the support of the Nevada museum and historical society in Las Vegas and the Nevada state museum in Carson City; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 163–Senators Hickey, Beyer, Coffin, Getto, Horn, Jacobsen, Joerg, Mello, Neal, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Vergiels and Wagner. Approved May 19, 1989

402

184

AN ACT relating to local financial administration; eliminating the special assessment fund as one of the kinds of funds maintained by a local government; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 267–Committee on Taxation. Approved May 19, 1989

402

185

AN ACT relating to gaming; authorizing the Nevada gaming commission to permit holding companies to lease the equipment of any gambling game without a state gaming license; authorizing holding companies to dispose of gaming devices without a distributor’s license under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 334–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 19, 1989

403

186

AN ACT relating to the state engineer; expanding his authority to issue subpenas; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 262–Committee on Natural Resources. Approved May 19, 1989

406

187

AN ACT relating to state publications; transferring the duties relating to publication of the biennial report and the statistical abstract from the office of community services to the director of the department of administration; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 290–Senators Mello and O’Connell. Approved May 19, 1989

407

188

AN ACT relating to sheriffs; designating the office of sheriff to be nonpartisan; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 361–Committee on Elections. Approved May 24, 1989

410

189

AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the division of mental hygiene and mental retardation of the department of human resources for support of community training centers, rural clinics, additional forensic positions and the costs of personnel at the Nevada mental health institutes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 175–Assemblymen Spinello, Dini, Sedway, Jeffrey, Porter, Evans, Diamond, Swain, Wendell Williams, Myrna Williams, Humke, Wisdom and Gaston. Approved May 24, 1989

410

190

AN ACT relating to health facilities; including the revenue and operating expenses of certain health facilities which are affiliates or subsidiaries of a hospital in the computation of the revenue and expenses of that hospital; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 39–Assemblymen Dini and McGinness. Approved May 26, 1989

411

191

AN ACT relating to physicians; revising the requirement for medical experience for licensing as a physician; expanding the provisions regarding waiver of the residency requirement; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 345–Assemblymen Sedway, Dini and Brookman. Approved May 26, 1989

416

192

AN ACT relating to unclaimed property; excluding unredeemed gaming chips and tokens from the provisions governing the disposition of unclaimed property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 303–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 26, 1989

418

193

AN ACT relating to medical malpractice screening panels; making various changes concerning the proceedings before the screening panels; repealing the prospective expiration of certain provisions concerning screening panels and the limitation of medical malpractice actions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 83–Committee on Human Resources and Facilities. Approved May 26, 1989

418

194

AN ACT relating to state financial administration; terminating an appropriation made to the division of water resources of the state department of conservation and natural resources for a flood control project which was not undertaken; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 13–Senator Jacobsen. Approved May 26, 1989

425

195

AN ACT relating to the legislative committee on public lands; conforming the amount of compensation paid to members of the committee who are state legislators to compensation provided to members of other permanent legislative committees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 106–Committee on Finance. Approved May 26, 1989

426

196

AN ACT making an appropriation to the youth services division of the department of human resources for various improvements to the Nevada youth training center; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 145–Senator Rhoads. Approved May 26, 1989

427

197

AN ACT making an appropriation to the youth services division of the department of human resources for mobile classrooms for the Nevada girls training center; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 162–Senator Getto. Approved May 26, 1989

427

198

AN ACT relating to mental health care; requiring the mental hygiene and mental retardation division of the department of human resources to carry out a program for the certification of certain employees of the division; eliminating the requirement that the administrator of the division appoint a person to receive and investigate complaints in facilities of the division; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 15–Assemblymen Spinello, Thompson, Myrna Williams, Evans, Humke and Sedway. Approved May 26, 1989

428

199

AN ACT relating to pupils; allowing a school flexibility in enforcing the prohibition against possession of a dangerous weapon by a pupil; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 395–Assemblymen McGinness, Carpenter, Sheerin, Lambert, Gaston, Regan, Spriggs, Kissam and Wendell Williams. Approved May 26, 1989

429

200

AN ACT relating to anatomical gifts; making various changes in the Uniform Anatomical Gift Act; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 226–Assemblyman Sader. Approved May 26, 1989

431

201

AN ACT relating to children; establishing that persons who render child care services are responsible for the welfare of the children they serve; establishing a specific limit on the maximum time for mandatory reporting of suspicion of child abuse or neglect; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 99–Assemblymen Humke, Gaston, Sader, Arberry, Marvel, Evans, Sedway, Swain, DuBois, Triggs, McGinness and Spriggs. Approved May 26, 1989

439

202

AN ACT relating to public utilities; revising the authority of certain employees of the public service commission of Nevada to act as peace officers; prohibiting common motor carriers from giving free or reduced rates to contractors and their employees when carrying out a contract to which the carrier is a party; authorizing the commission to impose administrative fines against common or contract motor carriers or brokers, or their agents or employees, under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 21–Assemblymen Nevin, Fay, Myrna Williams, Schofield, Adler, Dini, Jeffrey, Carpenter, Porter, Callister, Kerns, Regan and Sedway. Approved May 26, 1989

441

203

AN ACT relating to the City of Reno; amending the charter to authorize the city council to provide by ordinance for the schedule of its meetings; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 526–Assemblymen Kerns, Bogaert, Gibbons, Lambert, Humke and Swain. Approved May 26, 1989

444

204

AN ACT relating to appellate procedure; amending the procedure for obtaining post-conviction relief; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 554–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 26, 1989

444

205

AN ACT relating to cigarettes; repealing the prohibition against the sale of cigarettes containing cloves; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 616–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 26, 1989

458

206

AN ACT relating to retail installment sales; limiting the required use of forms adopted by the commissioner of financial institutions relating to the sale of vehicles; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 204–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved May 26, 1989

458

207

AN ACT relating to local improvement districts; requiring that notice of a hearing on the proposed project must be given to each tenant of a mobile home park located on a tract to be assessed; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 22–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved May 26, 1989

460

208

AN ACT relating to civil procedure; empowering the plaintiff to direct that certain carriers and companies of his choosing be used to transport and store personal property of the defendant which is attached or executed against; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 167–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 26, 1989

462

209

AN ACT relating to public works projects; requiring the contractor and each subcontractor to transmit a record of wages paid in connection with a public work to the public body awarding the contract for the work; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 503–Assemblymen Jeffrey, Wendell Williams, Thompson, Fay, Carpenter, Bogaert and Price. Approved May 26, 1989

464

210

AN ACT making an appropriation to the rehabilitation division of the department of human resources for various expenses; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 152–Committee on Finance. Approved May 26, 1989

465

211

AN ACT relating to occupational safety and health; increasing various penalties for the violation of statutes relating to occupational safety and health; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 300–Assemblymen Jeffrey, Banner, Bogaert, Price, Wendell Williams and Thompson. Approved May 27, 1989

466

212

AN ACT relating to occupational safety; requiring the compilation and maintenance by the division of occupational safety and health of the department of industrial relations of certain records; increasing access to certain records of the division; making certain technical corrections; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 63–Assemblymen Jeffrey, Thompson, Banner, Dini, Carpenter, Regan, Myrna Williams, Sedway, Bergevin, Nevin, Arberry, Diamond, Freeman, Brookman, Evans, Adler, Humke, McGaughey, Swain, Chowning, Gibbons, Gaston, DuBois, Spinello, Sheerin, Schofield, McGinness, Triggs, Kissam, Bogaert and Wendell Williams. Approved May 27, 1989

467

213

AN ACT relating to the department of motor vehicles and public safety; prohibiting the release of Social Security numbers in department files and records under certain circumstances; requiring drivers’ licenses issued or renewed after a certain date to use a number other than the licensee’s Social Security number; providing for the conversion of current licenses to a unique number; requiring identification cards to use a number other than the holder’s Social Security number; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 58–Assemblymen Jeffrey, Spinello, Dini, Sedway, Price, Marvel, Humke, DuBois, Kerns, Arberry, Gaston, Gibbons, Chowning, Garner, Porter, Wendell Williams, Diamond, Banner, Thompson, Nevin, Triggs, McGinness, Carpenter, Regan, Spriggs, Bergevin, Brookman, Sheerin, McGaughey, Schofield, Lambert, Kissam and Bogaert. Approved May 27, 1989

473

214

AN ACT relating to the Olympics; authorizing the issuance of bonds and other securities to finance the construction and maintenance of facilities for the 1998 Winter Olympics in Washoe County; requiring the submission to the voters of Washoe County of a question whether they approve of hosting the Olympics, financed in part by an increase in the sales tax; requiring the imposition of a tax on the rental of transient lodging in Washoe County to repay the securities in part or in whole; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 474–Senators Raggio, Mello, Wagner, Townsend, Beyer, Joerg and Rhoads. Approved May 30, 1989

477

215

AN ACT making an appropriation to the mental hygiene and mental retardation division of the department of human resources for the payment of the expenses related to the improvement of the Nevada Mental Health Institute; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 230–Assemblymen Myrna Williams, Spinello, Dini, Sedway, Jeffrey, Evans, Price, DuBois, Swain, Kerns, Arberry, Callister, Marvel and Humke. Approved May 30, 1989

482

216

AN ACT relating to financial administration; authorizing a temporary advance from the state general fund to certain budget accounts of the mental hygiene and mental retardation division of the department of human resources; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 549–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved May 30, 1989

483

217

AN ACT relating to public health; authorizing a county to adopt reasonable methods of recovering money expended to remedy certain conditions which are a threat to the public health, safety and welfare of the residents of the county; providing for the determination of the ownership of garbage which is disposed of illegally; creating a reasonable inference that the owner of garbage is the person who disposed of it; requiring the disclosure of certain information; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 209–Committee on Commerce. Approved May 30, 1989

484

218

AN ACT relating to damages; changing the burden of proving punitive damages in certain actions; limiting the amount of punitive damages recoverable in certain actions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 307–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 30, 1989

485

219

AN ACT relating to environmental protection; authorizing the state environmental commission to establish fees for services provided by the division of environmental protection of the state department of conservation and natural resources; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 324–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved May 30, 1989

487

220

AN ACT relating to name changes; requiring the court to consider whether the applicant has been convicted of a felony; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 467–Assemblyman Gaston (by request). Approved May 30, 1989

488

221

AN ACT relating to gaming; clarifying the prohibition against the collection of gaming winnings by a player who is underage; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 524–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 30, 1989

489

222

AN ACT relating to the state fire marshal; providing for the addition of a specialist in hazardous materials to the state board of fire services; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 585–Assemblymen Dini, Jeffrey, Adler and Thompson. Approved May 30, 1989

490

223

AN ACT relating to the sentence of death; requiring the court in which the sentence was obtained to issue a new warrant of execution following the denial of an appeal to the supreme court; requiring the court to inquire into the facts after a written order upholding the sentence is issued by the supreme court; clarifying that an entry of a stay of issuance of a remittitur in the supreme court does not prohibit the issuance of a warrant of execution; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 553–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 30, 1989

491

224

AN ACT relating to mortgages; providing a definition of “principal” for the provisions governing encumbrances that secure future advances; removing the requirement that an instrument that encumbers real property must contain certain information on its face; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 673–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 30, 1989

492

225

AN ACT relating to arbitration in civil actions; increasing the threshold for mandatory arbitration of claims involving motor vehicles; eliminating the exception for actions within the jurisdiction of the justice’s court; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 29–Senator Raggio. Approved May 30, 1989

494

226

AN ACT relating to gaming; increasing the grounds for objection to or denial of a work permit; revising the procedure for the issuance of an order of summary suspension of a work permit; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 314–Committee on Judiciary. Approved May 30, 1989

494

227

AN ACT relating to counties; removing a certain limit on a county’s ability to issue bonds for sewage and waste water projects; authorizing the board of county commissioners to transfer sewage and waste water facilities to certain districts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 694–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 5, 1989

497

228

AN ACT relating to the division of land; prohibiting the division of land into parcels if property taxes on the land are delinquent; requiring a final map of a proposed division of land to be accompanied by a statement from the county treasurer that no property taxes on the land are delinquent; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 20–Senators Getto and Joerg. Approved June 5, 1989

499

229

AN ACT relating to cultural resources; requiring the division of historic preservation and archeology of the state department of conservation and natural resources to maintain an inventory of historic, archeological and architectural resources; requiring the designation of repositories for the materials of the inventory; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 14–Senators Horn, Beyer, Getto, Shaffer, Coffin, Neal, Hickey, Raggio, Vergiels, Rawson, Smith, Titus, Malone, Mello, O’Donnell and Jacobsen. Approved June 5, 1989

504

230

AN ACT relating to civil actions; requiring an attorney at law who represents a party to a pending action to file with the court and serve a notice of death and a motion for substitution of a party upon certain persons within 90 days after the death of that party; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 677–Assemblymen Callister and Porter. Approved June 5, 1989

504

231

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; increasing the limit allowed for the fee for compensation of agents of the department of motor vehicles and public safety for registering vehicles; extending under certain circumstances the day on which vehicle registrations expire; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 520–Committee on Transportation. Approved June 5, 1989

505

232

AN ACT relating to deeds of trust; permitting an estate for years to be encumbered by a deed of trust unless the encumbrance is prohibited by the instrument creating the estate; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 507–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 5, 1989

506

233

AN ACT relating to civil actions; authorizing the parties to an action to stipulate to the use of a simplified procedure for resolving the matter; establishing the procedure to be followed; requiring the supreme court or each district court to adopt necessary rules; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 382–Assemblymen Sheerin, Gaston, Sader, Adler, Callister, Gibbons and Porter. Approved June 5, 1989

507

234

AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the department of commerce for the cost of replacing the van used by the state fire marshal for investigations involving arson; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 104–Senator Jacobsen. Approved June 5, 1989

508

235

AN ACT relating to state lands; repealing the moratorium on the sale or exchange of such lands; requiring the approval of the state board of examiners and the interim finance committee for the sale, lease or exchange of such lands; removing inaccurate references regarding the issuance of patents to convey certain land; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 132–Committee on Natural Resources. Approved June 5, 1989

509

236

AN ACT making an appropriation to the department of education for contract services and the validation of competency tests for the initial licensing of prospective teachers, administrators and other licensed personnel; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 133–Senators Mello, Hickey, Raggio, Jacobsen, Rhoads, Rawson and Beyer. Approved June 5, 1989

513

237

AN ACT relating to insurance; revising various limitations on deductibles and copayments required under certain group contracts for hospital, medical or dental services; making various other changes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 184–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 5, 1989

514

238

AN ACT making an appropriation to Lincoln County from the reserve fund for the supplemental city-county relief tax; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 214–Committee on Finance. Approved June 5, 1989

517

239

AN ACT relating to collection agencies; removing the requirement that an applicant for a license as a collection agency be a resident of this state; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 293–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 5, 1989

518

240

AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the senior citizens’ property tax assistance program of the department of taxation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 535–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 5, 1989

519

241

AN ACT relating to public employees; specifying the amount to be paid by certain public employers for group insurance for the next biennium; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 326–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 5, 1989

519

242

AN ACT relating to counties; changing the effective date of Assembly Bill No. 437 of this session, which extends to larger counties the authority to acquire, sell or lease real property for industrial development, from October 1, 1989, to May 3, 1989; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 785–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 5, 1989

520

243

AN ACT relating to local governments; requiring that proceedings for the merger of certain special districts be commenced upon the incorporation of a city encompassing a district; providing for the arrangement of the affairs of a merged district; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 108–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 5, 1989

520

244

AN ACT relating to local improvement districts; making various changes regarding local improvement districts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 373–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 5, 1989

523

245

AN ACT relating to contractors; declaring the intent of the legislature concerning the discipline of persons licensed as contractors; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 315–Senator Titus. Approved June 6, 1989

526

246

AN ACT relating to the commissioner of insurance; adding certain fees for motor club agents and representatives in industrial insurance hearings; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 295–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 6, 1989

527

247

AN ACT relating to nonprofit cooperative corporations without stock; specifying that a consolidated cooperative has the same rights, powers and duties as other nonprofit cooperative corporations without stock; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 668–Assemblyman Spriggs. Approved June 6, 1989

528

248

AN ACT relating to adoption; prohibiting the placement of an infant in an adoptive home until the mother has executed a valid release for or consent to adoption; restricting the appointment of a guardian for a child until such a release or consent has been executed and the welfare division of the department of human resources has completed its investigation of the adoptive parents; requiring adoptive parents to submit fingerprints to the welfare division for submission to the central repository for Nevada records of criminal history for submission to the Federal Bureau of Investigation; requiring receipt of an investigative report by the welfare division before placement of a child in a home outside of this state; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 573–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 6, 1989

530

249

AN ACT relating to water rights; facilitating the acquisition and retention of water rights by a public utility or political subdivision; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 512–Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining. Approved June 6, 1989

535

250

AN ACT relating to water; increasing the limit on the assessment for water distribution expenses incurred by the state engineer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 646–Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining. Approved June 6, 1989

535

251

AN ACT relating to the treatment of animals; providing for the licensing of euthanasia technicians; clarifying that the practice of veterinary medicine includes the euthanasia of certain animals; providing for the annual renewal of the licenses of certain persons who treat animals; authorizing euthanasia technicians who are registered with the state board of pharmacy to possess and administer sodium pentobarbital; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 209–Committee on Natural Resources. Approved June 6, 1989

536

252

AN ACT relating to credit insurance; making various changes concerning credit life and credit disability insurance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 565–Assemblyman Callister. Approved June 6, 1989

540

253

AN ACT relating to the City of Sparks; requiring the salary of a municipal judge to be uniform for all departments of the municipal court; authorizing the city council to increase the salary of a municipal judge during his term of office; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 354–Assemblymen Nevin, Evans and Sader. Approved June 6, 1989

546

254

AN ACT relating to eminent domain; extending the right of eminent domain to partnerships; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 409–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 6, 1989

548

255

AN ACT relating to the department of museums and history; delaying the reversion of certain money appropriated to the department; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 387–Committee on Finance. Approved June 6, 1989

550

256

AN ACT relating to prisons; requiring revenue raised by the department of prisons from private employers for the leasing of space, facilities or equipment to be deposited in the fund for prison industries; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 254–Senator Jacobsen. Approved June 6, 1989

550

257

AN ACT relating to the Nevada Reports; requiring the legislative commission to collect a fee to cover the costs of postage and handling related to the sale of Nevada Reports; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 6–Senator Jacobsen. Approved June 6, 1989

552

258

AN ACT relating to economic development; increasing the maximum size of a county eligible to receive a grant from the commission on tourism without matching funds; repealing the prospective expiration of the authority of the commission on economic development to keep certain records confidential; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 466–Assemblymen Marvel, Carpenter and Spriggs. Approved June 6, 1989

553

259

AN ACT relating to traffic offenses; clarifying the duties of courts concerning convictions for traffic offenses; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 477–Committee on Transportation. Approved June 6, 1989

554

260

AN ACT relating to greyhound racing; requiring the Nevada gaming commission to regulate the sale or other transfer of any security or interest in a business licensed to conduct greyhound racing; eliminating certain conditions for the issuance of a license to conduct greyhound racing; increasing the compensation of the members of the Nevada racing commission; repealing certain obsolete provisions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 484–Assemblymen Jeffrey and Thompson. Approved June 6, 1989

556

261

AN ACT relating to public vehicles; authorizing the vehicles of the investigators for public administrators and the public guardians to be unmarked; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 490–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 6, 1989

557

262

AN ACT relating to records of criminal history; revising certain procedures for the submission of records and the dissemination of information; authorizing the Nevada highway patrol division of the department of motor vehicles and public safety to communicate with the Federal Bureau of Investigation concerning the background and personal history of certain persons; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 494–Assemblymen Swain, Arberry, Callister, Myrna Williams, Dini, Spinello, Marvel, Humke, DuBois, Wendell Williams, Freeman, Lambert, Wisdom, Adler, Spriggs, Gaston, Sedway, Sheerin, McGinness, Bergevin, Thompson, Carpenter, Garner, Jeffrey and Sader. Approved June 6, 1989

559

263

AN ACT relating to insurance; providing for the recovery of unearned premiums through the Nevada Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association and the Nevada insurance guaranty association; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 541–Assemblymen Dini and Jeffrey. Approved June 6, 1989

565

264

AN ACT relating to financial institutions; expanding the authority of financial institutions to charge customers for services; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 385–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 6, 1989

566

265

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency for payment of various expenses; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 325–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 6, 1989

567

266

AN ACT relating to gaming; creating a fund for the use of the state gaming control board in conducting undercover investigations related to alleged or suspected violations of regulations concerning cash transactions; making an appropriation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 319–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 6, 1989

567

267

AN ACT making an appropriation to the department of the military for the payment of expenses related to roofing and pavement repair projects at certain armories; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 283–Assemblymen Spinello, Myrna Williams, Sedway, Porter, Banner, Gaston and Callister. Approved June 6, 1989

568

268

AN ACT making an appropriation to the health division of the department of human resources for the acquisition of replacement equipment and for the painting of the interior walls of the state health laboratory; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 318–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 6, 1989

568

269

AN ACT making an appropriation to the division of emergency management of the department of the military to update the state’s disaster preparedness plan; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 257–Assemblymen Dini, Jeffrey, Schofield, Nevin, Bergevin, Spinello, Myrna Williams, Swain and Sedway. Approved June 6, 1989

569

270

AN ACT making an appropriation to the division of archives and records for expenses related to the scheduling of records for state agencies; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 259–Assemblymen Dini, Nevin, Jeffrey, Bergevin, Spinello, Myrna Williams, Swain and Sedway. Approved June 6, 1989

569

271

AN ACT relating to meetings of public bodies; requiring notices of public meetings to include detailed agendas; requiring minutes of public meetings to be retained for a certain time; requiring all administrative agencies to keep minutes of public meetings concerning administrative regulations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 140–Senator O’Connell. Approved June 6, 1989

570

272

AN ACT relating to public advertising; revising the limits on the rates charged by newspapers for advertising by the state and the counties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 224–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 6, 1989

572

273

AN ACT relating to Indian burial sites; protecting a site from vandalism and destruction; requiring notice of the discovery of a site; prescribing procedures for the treatment of a site; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 455–Assemblymen McGinness, Brookman, Chowning, Gaston, Arberry, Garner, Freeman, Carpenter, Adler, Regan, Kerns, Marvel, Gibbons and Spriggs. Approved June 6, 1989

573

274

AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the department of human resources for the out-of-state placement of youthful chronic offenders and to provide for an additional cottage for the Nevada Girls Training Center in Caliente; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 435–Committee on Finance. Approved June 6, 1989

577

275

AN ACT relating to insurance; requiring the commissioner of insurance to publish a guide to rates for policies of motor vehicle insurance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 410–Assemblymen Porter, DuBois, Myrna Williams and Gaston. Approved June 6, 1989

577

276

AN ACT relating to industrial insurance; limiting the exemption from the provisions of the industrial insurance law for an employer who hires an employee outside of this state to work temporarily in this state; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 164–Assemblymen Jeffrey, Thompson, Banner, Wendell Williams, Price and Fay. Approved June 8, 1989

578

277

AN ACT relating to public utilities; requiring the public service commission of Nevada to adopt an alternative plan of regulation of public utilities that provide telecommunication services; requiring the commission to report to the legislature concerning the plan; allowing an exemption from regulation by the commission for a discretionary service provided by such utilities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 294–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 8, 1989

579

278

AN ACT relating to justices’ courts; increasing the maximum size of a claim for money that may be adjudicated in the manner provided for adjudication of small claims in justices’ courts; increasing the fee for filing such a claim where the amount claimed exceeds $1,500; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 701–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 9, 1989

581

279

AN ACT relating to fees in civil actions; increasing the fees collected in certain civil cases to support legal services for indigent and elderly persons; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 710–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 9, 1989

582

280

AN ACT relating to air pollution; permitting the setting of certain fires for training purposes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 19–Senators Beyer and Jacobsen. Approved June 9, 1989

584

281

AN ACT relating to property; reducing the time records of escrow transactions must be maintained; reducing the time records relating to the search and examination of titles must be maintained; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 69–Senators Hickey and Shaffer. Approved June 9, 1989

584

282

AN ACT relating to statutes; making technical corrections to inappropriate or inaccurate statutory terms; clarifying ambiguous provisions; deleting obsolete provisions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 142–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 9, 1989

585

283

AN ACT relating to crimes against property; authorizing district attorneys to create programs for restitution for persons alleged to have drawn or passed checks or drafts without sufficient money or credit to pay them in full; providing the conditions under which persons may be accepted in such programs; authorizing district attorneys to collect fees for collecting and processing checks or drafts drawn or passed without sufficient money to pay them in full; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 270–Senators Wagner, Horn, Joerg, Malone, Neal, Smith and Titus. Approved June 9, 1989

607

284

AN ACT relating to the public service commission of Nevada; requiring public utilities to pay assessments for certain expenses incurred by the commission; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 485–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 9, 1989

609

285

AN ACT relating to local improvements; authorizing the use of an internal revenue fund to advance money to a special improvement district; repealing obsolete provision; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 603–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 9, 1989

610

286

AN ACT relating to negotiable instruments; providing that certain writings with variable rates of interest are negotiable instruments; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 411–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 9, 1989

610

287

AN ACT relating to pharmacy; reducing the period that a pharmacy is required to retain prescriptions on file; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 559–Committee on Commerce. Approved June 9, 1989

611

288

AN ACT relating to public libraries; allowing the board of trustees of a consolidated library district to establish and administer a separate bank account; providing for the purchase of books, materials and equipment through the issuance of general obligation bonds; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 350–Senators Neal and Titus. Approved June 9, 1989

612

289

AN ACT relating to motor carriers; reducing the age when a person is eligible to receive public transportation free or at reduced rates; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 355–Senators Townsend, O’Donnell, Vergiels, Malone, Rhoads, Shaffer and Titus. Approved June 9, 1989

616

290

AN ACT relating to public utilities; revising the method for determining the gross operating revenue of telephone utilities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 272–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 9, 1989

618

291

AN ACT making an appropriation to the state public works board for the payment of expenses relating to the renovation and improvement of roofs of state-owned buildings and facilities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 151–Committee on Finance. Approved June 9, 1989

619

292

AN ACT relating to lessors of motor vehicles; prohibiting short-term lessors from discriminating against members of the Armed Forces of the United States; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 146–Senators O’Donnell and Townsend. Approved June 9, 1989

619

293

AN ACT relating to audits of local government; requiring the inclusion of certain information in the report of an audit of a local government; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 3–Senators Joerg, O’Connell, Raggio, Beyer, Getto, Hickey, Horn, Malone, Mello, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith and Wagner. Approved June 9, 1989

620

294

AN ACT relating to administrative regulations; advancing the effective date of Assembly Bill No. 199 of this session; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 892–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 9, 1989

621

295

AN ACT relating to the acknowledgment of conveyances; revising the requirements for identifying parties to a conveyance of real property; revising the form of acknowledgment for attorneys in fact; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 769–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 9, 1989

622

296

AN ACT relating to foreign corporations; clarifying the business a nonqualifying foreign corporation may carry on in this state; providing for a certificate of registration for certain nonqualifying foreign corporations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 768–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 6, 1989

623

297

AN ACT relating to statutory liens; clarifying that a notice of pendency of the action to foreclose a mechanics’ or materialmen’s lien must be filed in the county in which the property is located; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 767–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 9, 1989

628

298

AN ACT relating to actions concerning property; limiting the duty of a seller of real property to disclose certain facts about the property to a prospective buyer; providing immunity from liability; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 744–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 9, 1989

629

299

AN ACT relating to school districts; changing the name of a security officer of a school district to a school police officer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 625–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 9, 1989

630

300

AN ACT relating to relocation assistance; requiring certain public and private entities to provide relocation assistance and make relocation payments to certain displaced persons in accordance with federal law; requiring the director of the department of transportation to adopt regulations consistent with federal law; repealing certain existing provisions relating to the acquisition of real property and assistance in relocation; making technical changes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 623–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 9, 1989

632

301

AN ACT relating to legislative measures; requiring the disclosure of information concerning a bill draft requested by a legislator on the list of requested bill drafts; allowing a legislator to elect to have his name disclosed in connection with a request on the list; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 610–Assemblymen Price, Myrna Williams, McGaughey, Kerns, Marvel, Banner, Adler, Nevin, Humke, Freeman, Evans, Porter, Gaston, Regan, Triggs, DuBois, Diamond, Wisdom, Spriggs, Garner, Spinello, Bogaert, Gibbons, Brookman, Bergevin, Lambert, Swain, Carpenter, Sheerin, Kissam, Sader, Wendell Williams, McGinness, Thompson, Schofield, Chowning, Fay, Jeffrey, Dini, Sedway and Callister. Approved June 9, 1989

637

302

AN ACT relating to local improvements; removing the requirement that a certain percentage of tracts in a proposed special improvement district for improvements to streets contain permanent structures; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 602–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 9, 1989

638

303

AN ACT making an appropriation to the state public works board for the second phase of construction of the prison in Ely; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 387–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 9, 1989

640

304

AN ACT relating to legislators; creating a commission to review their compensation; providing its duties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 322–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 9, 1989

641

305

AN ACT relating to mental health; requiring the division of mental hygiene and mental retardation of the department of human resources to adopt regulations relating to the abuse and neglect of a client of the division; amending the definitions of abuse and neglect; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 12--Assemblymen Spinello, Thompson, Myrna Williams, Evans, Humke and Sedway. Approved June 9, 1989

642

306

AN ACT relating to property; requiring a trustee or other person authorized by a deed of trust to record a notice of default or exercise a power of sale to give notice of default and sale to any person with a subordinate interest of record in the property; clarifying that the homestead exemption applies to the value of equity in the property; eliminating the requirement of publication of notice of certain matters concerning the summary administration of estates; allowing an estate of a certain value to be set aside when there is no surviving spouse or minor children of the deceased; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 440–Assemblyman Callister. Approved June 9, 1989

644

307

AN ACT relating to deceptive trade practices; providing that making certain unsubstantiated statements in an advertisement constitutes a deceptive trade practice; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 275–Assemblymen Wisdom, Garner, Sheerin, Freeman, Fay, Brookman, Gaston, Nevin, Regan, Carpenter, Kissam, Lambert, Bogaert, Dini, Sedway, Wendell Williams, Porter, Callister, Kerns, Gibbons, Price, Adler, Myrna Williams, Evans, Swain, McGaughey, Humke, McGinness, Arberry, Sader and Diamond. Approved June 12, 1989

649

308

AN ACT relating to firearms; reserving the power to regulate firearms to the state; providing certain exceptions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 147–Assemblymen Thompson, Dini, Nevin and Bergevin. Approved June 13, 1989

652

309

AN ACT relating to dangerous weapons; prohibiting a person from possessing or using a machine gun unless permitted to do so pursuant to federal law; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 344–Assemblymen Gibbons, Callister, DuBois, Kissam, Chowning, Myrna Williams, Gaston, Wendell Williams, Price, Garner, Regan, Carpenter, McGinness, Bogaert and Brookman. Approved June 13, 1989

653

310

AN ACT relating to residential confinement; providing that a person employed to monitor persons sentenced to terms of residential confinement does not have to be a licensed private investigator; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 304–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 13, 1989

655

311

AN ACT relating to weapons; prohibiting persons from carrying or possessing certain weapons on the property of a school; providing certain exceptions; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 346–Assemblyman Gaston (by request). Approved June 13, 1989

656

312

AN ACT relating to public utilities; authorizing a public utility to record and disclose the content of telephone calls concerning emergencies and service outages; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 246–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 13, 1989

657

313

AN ACT relating to controlled substances; clarifying the definition of “marihuana” for the purposes of provisions prohibiting trafficking in controlled substances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 236–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 13, 1989

661

314

AN ACT relating to private education; requiring a person or educational institution claiming an exemption from the provisions of the Private Elementary and Secondary Education Authorization Act to file that exemption with the state board of education; increasing certain fees collected by the superintendent of public instruction; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 164–Committee on Finance. Approved June 13, 1989

662

315

AN ACT relating to medicine; requiring the filing of a written complaint with the board of medical examiners to institute a disciplinary action against a physician’s assistant; authorizing the board to provide a physician or physician’s assistant certain information when a complaint filed against him is found to be false; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 51–Senator O’Donnell. Approved June 13, 1989

663

316

AN ACT relating to court fees; exempting school districts and their officers from the payment of court fees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 745–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 13, 1989

665

317

AN ACT relating to gaming; amending the definition of “gaming employee” to include accounting and internal auditing personnel; clarifying a limitation upon the definition; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 732–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 13, 1989

666

318

AN ACT relating to the control of traffic; requiring a person or governmental agency sponsoring an event that creates traffic congestion to provide for the control of traffic; authorizing the chief of the Nevada highway patrol to contract for services rendered in controlling traffic; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 650–Committee on Transportation. Approved June 13, 1989

667

319

AN ACT relating to property taxes; changing the circumstances under which a county assessor is required to reduce the taxable value of property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 572–Assemblymen Spriggs, Gaston, Regan, Price, Lambert, Bergevin, Nevin, Triggs and Sheerin. Approved June 13, 1989

668

320

AN ACT relating to domestic relations; requiring that an order for the support of a child provide, except under certain circumstances, for the withholding or assignment of the wages and commissions of the responsible parent; revising the procedure for withholding; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 552–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 13, 1989

669

321

AN ACT relating to actions against persons; limiting the liability of referees and other sports officials for civil damages; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 421–Assemblyman Schofield. Approved June 13, 1989

677

322

AN ACT relating to crimes; requiring the payment of restitution to the victim of a crime by the criminal as a condition of parole; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 389–Assemblymen Gaston, Brookman, Schofield, Triggs, Spriggs, Garner, Chowning, Nevin, Thompson, Diamond, Sheerin, Gibbons, Wisdom, Jeffrey, McGinness, Carpenter, Freeman, Lambert and Myrna Williams. Approved June 13, 1989

678

323

AN ACT relating to county school districts; authorizing the imposition of a property tax upon voter approval to raise revenue for renovating, replacing and constructing certain capital assets; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 328–Committee on Taxation. Approved June 13, 1989

680

324

AN ACT relating to school districts; authorizing a board of trustees to combine a school bond question and a school capital construction tax question into a single proposition for submission to the voters; requiring that certain money be applied toward the retirement of general obligations of a school district; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 310–Committee on Taxation. Approved June 13, 1989

681

325

AN ACT relating to industrial insurance; making technical corrections to Assembly Bill No. 164 of this session; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 916–Committee on Commerce. Approved June 13, 1989

682

326

AN ACT relating to mental health; requiring the certification of psychiatrists employed by the mental hygiene and mental retardation division of the department of human resources within 5 years after the first day of their employment; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 13–Assemblymen Spinello, Thompson, Myrna Williams, Evans and Sedway. Approved June 13, 1989

683

327

AN ACT relating to holidays; authorizing and requesting the governor to proclaim the second Monday in October as Columbus Day; declaring October 12, 1992, to be a legal holiday; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 285–Assemblymen Dini, Brookman, Spinello, Sedway, Jeffrey, Humke, Kissam, Diamond, Bogaert, Price, Thompson, DuBois, Nevin, Bergevin, Gibbons, Myrna Williams, and Wendell Williams. Approved June 13, 1989

684

328

AN ACT relating to subpenas; providing for the acceptance of a subpena by an oral promise to appear; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 233–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 13, 1989

685

329

AN ACT relating to the militia of the state; extending the coverage of the state industrial insurance to all members of the militia of the state; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 322–Senator Jacobsen. Approved June 13, 1989

686

330

AN ACT relating to industrial insurance; providing a method for the payment of a contested claim when such a claim is appealed; requiring the payment of interest on contested claims which are decided in favor of the claimant; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 103–Assemblymen Banner, Garner and Jeffrey. Approved June 13, 1989

687

331

AN ACT relating to interscholastic activities; authorizing under certain circumstances membership in an out-of-state association for interscholastic activities; requiring the adoption of related rules and regulations; extending to certain public schools the limitation on liability provided for political subdivisions of this state; authorizing the use of money in the county school district fund for membership in any such association; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 631–Assemblymen Thompson, Jeffrey and Callister. Approved June 13, 1989

689

332

AN ACT relating to employment practices; revising provisions concerning leave for pregnant employees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 429–Senators Horn, Wagner, Titus, Coffin, Getto, Mello, O’Donnell, Shaffer, Smith, Townsend and Vergiels. Approved June 13, 1989

690

333

AN ACT relating to public schools; revising the definition of “handicapped minor”; extending programs for academically talented children to children gifted in areas other than academics; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 433–Senators Hickey, Coffin, Horn and Titus. Approved June 14, 1989

691

334

AN ACT relating to state employees; allowing state employees to transfer their sick and annual leave to other employees under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 505–Assemblymen Myrna Williams, Thompson, Dini, Jeffrey, Callister, Spinello, Porter and Diamond. Approved June 15, 1989

693

335

AN ACT relating to civil liability; making the state and an officer or employee of the state immune from an action for damages caused by a minor driver whose application for a driver’s license was signed by the officer or employee while the minor was in the legal custody of the state; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 450–Committee on Transportation. Approved June 15, 1989

695

336

AN ACT relating to regional facilities for children; requiring each county to pay an assessment to the youth services division of the department of human resources for the support of regional facilities for children; providing a formula for the assessment; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 851–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 15, 1989

697

337

AN ACT relating to the Nevada National Guard; conforming the procedure for the appointment of the United States Property and Fiscal Officer for Nevada to federal law; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 328–Senator Jacobsen. Approved June 15, 1989

698

338

AN ACT relating to garnishment; allowing continuing garnishment of earnings for certain period; prohibiting an employer from discharging or disciplining an employee under certain circumstances; revising the procedures for the collection of garnished wages; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 247–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 15, 1989

699

339

AN ACT relating to registration of vehicles; requiring certain residents of other states who are employed in Nevada to register their vehicles with the department of motor vehicles and public safety; providing a fee for registration; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 418–Assemblymen Evans, Jeffrey, Dini, Nevin, Spinello, Sedway, Price, Marvel, Humke, DuBois, Swain, Kerns, Arberry, Myrna Williams, Diamond, Bergevin and Lambert. Approved June 15, 1989

702

340

AN ACT relating to costs; expanding the list of items recoverable as costs by a successful litigant; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 432–Assemblymen Callister and Porter. Approved June 15, 1989

707

341

AN ACT relating to motor carriers; providing an exemption from certain provisions governing motor carriers for persons temporarily engaged in transporting agricultural products; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 112–Senators Rhoads, Getto and Jacobsen. Approved June 15, 1989

708

342

AN ACT relating to gaming; clarifying the prohibition against gaming without the licenses required by federal, state and local laws; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 363–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 15, 1989

708

343

AN ACT relating to local governmental finances; authorizing a municipality to secure a loan with the property purchased from the proceeds of the loan; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 391–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 15, 1989

709

344

AN ACT relating to pari-mutuel wagering; requiring the Nevada gaming commission to establish the total commission to be deducted from off-track pari-mutuel wagering; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 455–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 15, 1989

710

345

AN ACT relating to financial institutions; authorizing transaction fees charged for the use of mechanical tellers or other electronic terminals; requiring the disclosure of such fees; requiring that customers receive a record of certain transactions involving a mechanical teller or other electronic terminal; providing the information that must be included on that record; authorizing financial institutions to share mechanical tellers and other electronic terminals; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 404–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 15, 1989

711

346

AN ACT relating to taxation; requiring each county assessor to mail forms to certain persons for the renewal of tax exemptions by mail; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 542–Assemblymen Dini, Spinello, Nevin, Banner, Price, Myrna Williams, Sedway, Adler, Jeffrey, Schofield, Kissam, Arberry, Fay, Chowning, Evans, Diamond, Sheerin, Gaston, Callister, Sader, Garner, Thompson, Brookman, Triggs, Wendell Williams, Freeman, Wisdom, Regan, Swain, Bergevin and Kerns. Approved June 15, 1989

713

347

AN ACT relating to the lease of a vehicle; clarifying the conditions under which information concerning a certain limitation of liability must be sent to a lessee in a notice of intent to establish the residual value of the vehicle; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 669–Assemblyman Callister (by request). Approved June 15, 1989

719

348

AN ACT relating to the Uniform Commercial Code; clarifying the effective date of Article 2A concerning leases; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 841–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 15, 1989

720

349

AN ACT relating to municipal airports; authorizing a municipality that operates certain airports or similar facilities to allow residential occupancy of certain property acquired by it; authorizing such municipalities to enter into contracts for the sale of certain revenue bonds or securities for delivery in the future; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 311–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 15, 1989

721

350

AN ACT relating to employment practices; prohibiting certain employers from requiring an employee or a prospective employee to submit to a lie detector test; prohibiting an employer from taking any adverse employment action based upon the results of a lie detector test or the refusal of an employee to take a lie detector test; authorizing the use of polygraphic examinations under certain circumstances; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 712–Assemblymen Thompson, Nevin, Jeffrey, Carpenter, Wisdom, Diamond, Fay, Banner, Gaston, Myrna Williams, McGaughey, Sedway, Regan, Spinello and Schofield. Approved June 16, 1989

722

351

AN ACT relating to public utility regulation; allowing a local government which provides water services to use the facilities of a public utility under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 271–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 16, 1989

726

352

AN ACT relating to wildlife; making various changes relating to the board of wildlife commissioners and the department of wildlife; allowing for consecutive periods of license revocation; providing the department of wildlife the option of selling or retaining unclaimed seized or confiscated property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 413–Committee on Natural Resources. Approved June 16, 1989

729

353

AN ACT relating to industrial insurance; providing industrial insurance coverage for offenders engaged in work in a prison industry program; requiring the state industrial insurance system to adopt regulations to provide such coverage; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 253–Senator Jacobsen. Approved June 16, 1989

733

354

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Nevada racing commission for the payment of certain operating expenses; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 157–Senator Rhoads. Approved June 16, 1989

734

355

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Nevada state railroad museum in Carson City of the department of museums and history for the payment of expenses related to facility improvements; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 156–Senators Mello, Joerg, Raggio, Hickey, Jacobsen, Beyer, Rawson, Rhoads, Neal, Horn, Townsend, Titus, Shaffer, Smith, Vergiels, Wagner, Malone, Coffin, Getto, O’Donnell and O’Connell. Approved June 16, 1989

735

356

AN ACT relating to the City of Gabbs; amending the charter of the City of Gabbs to create an annexation commission and the position of clerk of the municipal court; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 822–Assemblyman Spriggs. Approved June 16, 1989

735

357

AN ACT relating to air pollution; providing a criminal penalty for the nonpayment of an administrative fine imposed for violating certain laws; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 72–Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining. Approved June 16, 1989

736

358

AN ACT relating to generators of electricity; prescribing the procedures for their installation; requiring certain notices to explain the procedures for installation and to warn of the hazards of those generators; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 342–Assemblymen Jeffrey and Price. Approved June 16, 1989

737

359

AN ACT relating to insurance; prohibiting an insurance company from issuing a policy of insurance which discriminates against an adopted child; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 457–Assemblymen Wisdom, Evans, Kissam, Bogaert, Diamond, Kerns, Thompson, Nevin, Myrna Williams, McGaughey, Freeman, Swain, Garner, Adler, Schofield, Triggs, Chowning, McGinness, Carpenter, Spinello, Lambert and Bergevin. Approved June 16, 1989

738

360

AN ACT relating to industrial insurance; authorizing the imposition of administrative sanctions against an employer who makes a false statement or fails to disclose a material fact concerning the amount of payroll upon which a premium is based; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 680–Committee on Labor and Management. Approved June 16, 1989

743

361

AN ACT relating to Nevada Magazine; extending the provision allowing Nevada Magazine to trade advertising services for travel services; authorizing Nevada Magazine to trade advertising services with other publications to promote the magazine; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 706–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 16, 1989

744

362

AN ACT relating to the dissolution of marriage; requiring the court to consider the need to grant alimony to train or educate a spouse; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 783–Assemblymen Wisdom, Chowning, Gibbons, Freeman, Lambert, Nevin, Diamond, Garner, Myrna Williams, Brookman and Carpenter. Approved June 16, 1989

744

363

AN ACT relating to hazardous materials; directing the state fire marshal to establish a training program for response to spills of hazardous materials and related fires; authorizing the collection of a surcharge for related permits; providing for the disbursement and expenditure of related revenue; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 202–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 17, 1989

746

364

AN ACT relating to the support of children; requiring the parents of a child to provide the child with necessary health care; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 454–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 17, 1989

747

365

AN ACT relating to the inspection of brands; exempting certain calves from the provisions relating to the inspection of brands; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 439–Committee on Natural Resources. Approved June 17, 1989

748

366

AN ACT relating to dangerous drugs; authorizing a hemodialysis technician to possess and administer dangerous drugs at the direction of a physician or registered nurse; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 408–Committee on Human Resources and Facilities. Approved June 17, 1989

749

367

AN ACT relating to wildlife; adopting the Wildlife Violator Compact; requiring the director of the department of wildlife to appoint a person to serve on the board of compact administrators; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 386–Committee on Natural Resources. Approved June 17, 1989

750

368

AN ACT relating to public welfare; authorizing the state welfare administrator to reduce, under certain circumstances, the lien on the proceeds of any recovery from a person liable for the illness or injury of a recipient of assistance to the medically indigent; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 375–Committee on Human Resources and Facilities. Approved June 17, 1989

757

369

AN ACT relating to indigent persons; authorizing payment from the fund for hospital care to indigent persons when an indigent resident of Nevada is injured by a motor vehicle outside of the state; clarifies that payments from that fund are for care furnished in Nevada; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 373–Committee on Human Resources and Facilities. Approved June 17, 1989

758

370

AN ACT relating to planning; creating a regional planning commission and a governing board in certain counties; providing their duties; requiring the development of a comprehensive regional plan; requiring the inclusion in the plan of certain provisions in substance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 367–Senators Wagner, Mello, Raggio, Townsend, Beyer, Joerg and Rhoads. Approved June 17, 1989

759

371

AN ACT relating to hazardous materials; providing for the regulation of storage tanks; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 277–Committee on Natural Resources. Approved June 17, 1989

769

372

AN ACT relating to municipal airports; revising the period of time for which notice is required to be given of a proposed agreement for the commercial use of an airport or facility; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 250–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 17, 1989

776

373

AN ACT relating to engineers and land surveyors; changing the names of registered land surveyors to professional land surveyors; revising the qualifications for certification; increasing the amount the board of registered professional engineers and land surveyors may charge for certification and renewal; increasing the salary of the members of the board; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 169–Senator Beyer. Approved June 17, 1989

777

374

AN ACT relating to traffic laws; increasing the maximum width of manufactured or mobile homes, or similar types of vehicles or structures, whose movement on the highways may be specially authorized; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 99–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 17, 1989

798

375

AN ACT relating to administrators of nursing facilities; increasing the fee for a license as an administrator of a nursing facility; changing the date for the expiration of a license; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 667–Assemblymen Gibbons, Chowning, Regan, McGinness, Diamond, Thompson, Bogaert, Nevin, Sheerin, Callister, Banner, Myrna Williams, Price, Schofield, McGaughey, Kissam and Spinello. Approved June 17, 1989

801

376

AN ACT relating to the state board of agriculture; increasing the size of the board by adding one member who is actively engaged in the petroleum industry; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 716–Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining. Approved June 17, 1989

802

377

AN ACT relating to public utilities; allowing a public utility to disclose the name of a customer to a law enforcement agency for the purposes of an investigation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 622–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 17, 1989

803

378

AN ACT relating to local financial administration; requiring the department of taxation to provide a preliminary estimate of the amount of supplemental city-county relief tax a local government will receive; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 600–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 17, 1989

804

379

AN ACT relating to taxation; authorizing the adjustment of the maximum allowable revenue from property taxes to accommodate the voluntary consolidation of services; excluding certain property from the calculation of the limitation upon revenue from taxes ad valorem of a fire protection district; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 599–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 17, 1989

805

380

AN ACT relating to property tax; allowing the boards of county commissioners and county assessors to designate representatives to meet with the Nevada tax commission concerning ratio studies; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 596–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 17, 1989

808

381

AN ACT relating to juveniles; reducing under certain circumstances the number of adjudications that a child has committed an offense equivalent to a felony which must exist before the child’s name can be published in reference to current charges; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 576–Assemblyman Price. Approved June 17, 1989

810

382

AN ACT relating to collegiate athletics; creating a cause of action against a person who causes a violation of a rule of a national collegiate athletic association; regulating contractual relationships between sports agents and student athletes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 563–Assemblymen Sader, Adler, Arberry, Bergevin, Bogaert, Brookman, Callister, Carpenter, Chowning, Diamond, DuBois, Evans, Freeman, Garner, Gaston, Gibbons, Humke, Jeffrey, Kerns, Kissam, Lambert, McGaughey, McGinness, Marvel, Nevin, Porter, Price, Regan, Schofield, Sedway, Sheerin, Spinello, Spriggs, Swain, Thompson, Triggs, Myrna Williams, Wendell Williams, Wisdom and Dini. Approved June 17, 1989

811

383

AN ACT relating to the tax on controlled substances; allowing local governments to retain all civil penalties imposed for the failure to pay the tax; modifying the use of other proceeds of the tax; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 516–Assemblymen Sedway, Spinello, Callister, Porter and Myrna Williams. Approved June 17, 1989

814

384

AN ACT relating to traditional Oriental medicine; revising the composition of the state board of Oriental medicine; authorizing licensees to refer to themselves as “physicians of traditional Oriental medicine”; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 511–Committee on Commerce. Approved June 17, 1989

815

385

AN ACT relating to trade practices; prohibiting certain activities of sports agents; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 497–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 17, 1989

816

386

AN ACT relating to the sale of real property; requiring certain sellers of a residence to disclose information concerning zoning to the initial purchaser; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 475–Assemblymen Callister and Porter. Approved June 17, 1989

817

387

AN ACT relating to taxation; allowing the department of taxation to charge a fee for a returned check; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 462–Committee on Taxation. Approved June 17, 1989

818

388

AN ACT relating to industrial insurance; authorizing the state industrial claimants’ attorney to represent claimants in additional administrative and judicial proceedings; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 104–Assemblymen Banner, Garner and Jeffrey. Approved June 19, 1989

818

389

AN ACT relating to the state treasurer; authorizing him to deposit a warrant directly through an electronic transfer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 502–Assemblyman Price. Approved June 19, 1989

819

390

AN ACT relating to crimes; increasing the penalty for aiming a firearm at a person or discharging a weapon in a public place; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 823–Assemblymen Chowning, Wendell Williams, Arberry, DuBois, McGinness, Lambert, Freeman, Adler, Diamond, Nevin, Porter, Kerns, Regan, Marvel, Gibbons, Wisdom and Carpenter. Approved June 19, 1989

820

391

AN ACT relating to taxes on retail sales; providing for the submission to the voters of the question whether the Sales and Use Tax Act of 1955 should be amended to provide an exemption from the tax for textbooks sold in the University of Nevada System; contingently creating the same exemption from certain analogous taxes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 737–Committee on Education. Approved June 19 1989

820

392

AN ACT relating to appraisers of real estate; providing for the licensing of appraisers; establishing a commission of appraisers of real estate; prescribing the powers and duties of the commission; providing a penalty; making an appropriation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 358–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 20, 1989

822

393

AN ACT relating to historical records; creating the state historical records advisory board; providing for the organization, powers and duties of the board; making an appropriation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 354–Senator Horn. Approved June 20, 1989

836

394

AN ACT relating to regional transportation commissions; repealing the provision requiring the submission of specifications and plans for a project to the department of transportation; correcting certain inaccurate references to the streets and highways plan; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 290–Committee on Transportation. Approved June 20, 1989

838

395

AN ACT relating to local governmental finance; authorizing local governments to impose impact fees; providing the procedure for the imposition of those fees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 372–Assemblymen Myrna Williams, Lambert and Kissam. Approved June 20, 1989

839

396

AN ACT relating to county government; requiring a person making an oral bid for the lease of county real property to give advance notice and submit a statement of financial responsibility; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 598–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 20, 1989

847

397

AN ACT relating to elections; prohibiting the creation, division, abolishment or consolidation of election precincts during specified periods except under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 703–Assemblymen Evans, Wisdom and Lambert. Approved June 20, 1989

848

398

AN ACT making a supplemental appropriation to the department of commerce for anticipated legal costs; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 705–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 20, 1989

850

399

AN ACT relating to the revenue sharing trust fund; repealing the fund; transferring the money in the fund to the state distributive school account; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 723–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 20, 1989

851

400

AN ACT relating to pawnbrokers; increasing the interest rate and initial amount a pawnbroker may charge; decreases the period that personal property must be held for redemption; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 779–Committee on Commerce. Approved June 20, 1989

851

401

AN ACT relating to contractors; requiring a surety to give notice to the contractor before cancellation of a bond required for licensing; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 778–Committee on Commerce. Approved June 20, 1989

852

402

AN ACT making an appropriation to the department of prisons for the relocation of employees for the prison at Ely; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 773–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 20, 1989

852

403

AN ACT relating to group insurance for public employees; specifying the amount payable by the state for its retired employees for the next biennium; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 147–Senators Wagner, Townsend, Beyer, Coffin, Getto, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Joerg, Malone, Mello, Neal, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Shafer, Smith, Titus and Vergiels. Approved June 20, 1989

853

404

AN ACT relating to gaming; repeals statutory requirement that Nevada gaming commission issue renewal certificates or validation stickers upon the renewal of licenses; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 482–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 20, 1989

853

405

AN ACT relating to support for children; authorizing a court to require a parent in arrears in the payment of support to make a security deposit; authorizing the sale of deposited assets if the payment of support remains in arrears; requiring orders for support to be reviewed periodically by the court; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 3–Assemblyman Sader. Approved June 20, 1989

855

406

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; allowing a dealer of new or used motor vehicles or a rebuilder to purchase a motor vehicle from a salvage pool; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 421–Committee on Transportation. Approved June 20, 1989

861

407

AN ACT relating to facilities for treatment and care; authorizing the health division of the department of human resources to impose certain intermediate sanctions against any medical facility or facility for the dependent; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 601–Assemblymen Sheerin, Freeman, Adler, Myrna Williams, Evans, Carpenter, Swain, Sedway, Gaston, Spinello, Jeffrey, Spriggs, Brookman, Sader, Garner, Price, McGinness, Arberry, Nevin, Humke and Wendell Williams. Approved June 21, 1989

863

408

AN ACT relating to crimes; providing that murder by abuse of a child is murder of the first degree; providing a definition of “substantial mental harm” for the purposes of the prohibition against abuse or neglect of a child; revising provisions concerning the certification of certain juveniles for trial; removing from the jurisdiction of the juvenile courts any crime arising out of the same facts as a murder or attempted murder committed by a juvenile; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 782–Assemblymen Garner, Sader, Humke, Spriggs, Wendell Williams, Sheerin, McGinness, Bergevin, Thompson, Wisdom, Triggs, McGaughey, Arberry, Swain, Jeffrey, Gaston, Freeman, Kerns, Kissam, Price, Regan, Nevin, Lambert, Gibbons, Bogaert, Diamond, Fay, Schofield, Dini, Banner, Carpenter and Myrna Williams. Approved June 21, 1989

865

409

AN ACT relating to crimes against public health; prohibiting the smoking of tobacco in any child care facility; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 728–Assemblymen Garner, Wisdom, Price, Freeman, Banner, Regan, Bogaert, Sheerin, Bergevin, Callister, Carpenter, Porter, McGinness, Gibbons, Evans, Humke, Thompson, Swain, Wendell Williams, McGaughey, Kissam, Chowning, Arberry and Kerns. Approved June 21, 1989

870

410

AN ACT relating to corporations; permitting certain variations in the effective date of a merger or consolidation; allowing certain variations in the time to compensate a shareholder who objects to a merger or consolidation; allowing preferences, rights and restrictions on stock to be dependent on facts ascertainable outside the articles of incorporation; clarifying that the articles of incorporation may provide that no action may be taken by the written consent of stockholders; making various changes regarding the acquisition of a controlling interest; providing that the articles of incorporation or bylaws may provide for the classification of directors; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 659–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 21, 1989

871

411

AN ACT relating to real property; specifying the manner of distribution of the proceeds of a foreclosure sale; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 320–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 21, 1989

887

412

AN ACT relating to peace officers; expanding the time within which certain personnel of the Nevada highway patrol may exercise police powers; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 336–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 21, 1989

889

413

AN ACT relating to victims of domestic violence; increasing the basic allocation of money to counties for assistance of those victims; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 514–Assemblymen Evans, Sedway, Spinello, Dini, Swain, Humke, Carpenter, Myrna Williams, Freeman, Wisdom, Diamond and Adler. Approved June 21, 1989

892

414

AN ACT relating to the state industrial insurance system; clarifying the role of the state treasurer with regard to the state insurance fund; requiring that certain administrative fines be deposited in the fund for workers’ compensation and safety; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 547–Committee on Labor and Management. Approved June 21, 1989

893

415

AN ACT relating to pharmacy; making various changes to the fees charged by the state board of pharmacy; revising the educational requirements for registered pharmacists; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 569–Committee on Commerce. Approved June 21, 1989

894

416

AN ACT relating to crimes; prohibiting harassment; prohibiting a person from damaging or defacing certain property; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 629–Assemblymen Brookman, Sedway, Sader, Bergevin, Myrna Williams, Jeffrey, Callister, Thompson, Gibbons, Marvel and Bogaert. Approved June 21, 1989

897

417

AN ACT relating to liens upon real property; requiring the furnishing of a copy of a recorded notice of completion to a general contractor; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 684–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 21, 1989

900

418

AN ACT relating to education; prohibiting the termination of employment of a person who appears at a parent conference requested by a school administrator; prohibiting the termination of employment of a person for receiving certain notice of an emergency regarding his child; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 687–Assemblymen Wendell Williams, Garner, Lambert, Kissam, Adler, McGinness, Triggs, Humke, Arberry, Spinello, Nevin, Gaston, Porter, Chowning, Callister, Freeman, Swain, Carpenter, Gibbons and Kerns. Approved June 21, 1989

901

419

AN ACT relating to the enforcement of judgments; authorizing the examination of a judgment debtor outside of court; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 735–Assemblyman Callister (by request). Approved June 21, 1989

902

420

AN ACT relating to municipal courts; clarifying that an appeal to district court from a municipal court is for a new trial; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 855–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 21, 1989

903

421

AN ACT relating to crimes; requiring all employees of the department of human resources to report suspected abuse, neglect or exploitation of an older person; clarifying the time within which persons must report an instance of such abuse, neglect or exploitation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 862–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 21, 1989

904

422

AN ACT relating to taxation; clarifying the authority for the collection of the tax on transient lodging from paying guests and the responsibility for payment of the tax; clarifying the basis of the tax; requiring cities and counties to submit certain annual reports to the department of taxation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 225–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 21, 1989

905

423

AN ACT relating to campaign practices; requiring that any information or printed material relating to a campaign identify each person paying for its publication or dissemination; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 242–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 21, 1989

910

424

AN ACT relating to dispensing opticians; revising certain requirements for licensing; increasing certain fees charged by board of dispensing opticians; increasing the salary of members of the board; expanding the grounds for disciplinary action; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 318–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 21, 1989

911

425

AN ACT relating to prisoners; making permanent the laws that authorize a physician’s assistant to give orders for the treatment of a prisoner and that authorize a nurse to treat a prisoner; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 364–Senator Jacobsen. Approved June 21, 1989

915

426

AN ACT relating to displaced homemakers; creating a board; requiring the establishment of centers in certain counties to provide various services to displaced homemakers; imposing an additional fee to be charged upon the commencement in certain counties of an action for divorce for the support of the centers; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 237–Senators Wagner, Coffin, Horn, Malone, Mello, Neal, O’Donnell, Rawson, Titus, Townsend and Vergiels. Approved June 21, 1989

915

427

AN ACT relating to the division of financial institutions of the department of commerce; making various changes concerning the accounting, auditing and licensing procedures of the division; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 382–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 21, 1989

919

428

AN ACT relating to acquired immune deficiency syndrome; providing for the transmission to a person arrested for prostitution of the results of the test to determine his exposure to the human immunodeficiency virus; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 273–Assemblyman DuBois. Approved June 21, 1989

924

429

AN ACT relating to the interstate commissions; limiting the requirement that the governor approve contracts of the Colorado River commission; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 344–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 22, 1989

926

430

AN ACT relating to the Colorado River commission; clarifying the authority of the commission to acquire facilities for the transmission of electricity; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 345–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 22, 1989

926

431

AN ACT relating to the Colorado River commission; granting the commission the authority to adopt necessary regulations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 346–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 22, 1989

928

432

AN ACT relating to the Colorado River commission; authorizing the issuance of additional bonds; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 342–Committee on Finance. Approved June 22, 1989

929

433

AN ACT relating to state employees; extending the period for payment of excess annual leave; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 683–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 22, 1989

931

434

AN ACT relating to public work; revising the law relating to the preference for certain contractors in awarding contracts for public work; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 583–Assemblymen Jeffrey, Thompson, Myrna Williams, Garner, McGaughey, Nevin, Price, Humke, Freeman, Arberry, Evans, Wisdom, Spinello, Sedway, Regan, Triggs, Bogaert and Chowning. Approved June 22, 1989

932

435

AN ACT relating to planned development; expanding the definition of “common open space”; repealing the provision requiring a minimum number of units for a planned unit residential development; limiting the requirement of submission of a final map at the time of approval of a planned unit development; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 571–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 22, 1989

933

436

AN ACT relating to debt adjusting; excluding debt adjusters from the provisions regulating credit service organizations; providing a schedule to determine the amount of security required of certain debt adjusters; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 471–Assemblymen Carpenter and Diamond. Approved June 22, 1989

935

437

AN ACT relating to state employees; authorizing the reduction of the taxable compensation of a state employee for the payment for certain benefits; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 491–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 22, 1989

937

438

AN ACT relating to criminal procedure; requiring courts to make reference in judgments of conviction and imprisonment to any statutory limits upon when a person becomes eligible for parole; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 514–Senator Jacobsen. Approved June 23, 1989

938

439

AN ACT relating to local governmental finances; authorizing any local government or combination of local governments to take over the functions and resources of any local government which no longer exists; revising the procedure for such takeovers; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 23–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 23, 1989

939

440

AN ACT relating to corporations; providing for the formation of close corporations; requiring a corporation to file the certificate of acceptance of its resident agent contemporaneously with its articles of incorporation or any resolution changing the resident agent; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 389–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 23, 1989

940

441

AN ACT making an appropriation to the division of archives and records of the state library and archives for the payment of certain relocation and moving expenses; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 170–Senators Mello, Raggio, Hickey, Jacobsen, Beyer, Rawson, Rhoads, Wagner, Vergiels, Neal, Horn, Townsend and O’Connell. Approved June 23, 1989

953

442

AN ACT relating to the department of prisons; requiring the director of the department of prisons to notify the legislature of certain actions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 872–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 23, 1989

954

443

AN ACT relating to the state department of agriculture; authorizing an officer or employee of the department to mail a check to the department in lieu of any money he collects in currency in a remote area of the state; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 826–Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining. Approved June 23, 1989

955

444

AN ACT relating to district courts; requiring an additional district judge in the second judicial district; making an appropriation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 636–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 23, 1989

955

445

AN ACT relating to actions for the support of children; requiring the issuance of a temporary order for support in certain cases; prohibiting an employer from refusing to hire a person because his wages are to be withheld to pay support; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 508–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 23, 1989

956

446

AN ACT relating to pollution; authorizing the department of motor vehicles and public safety to establish a program to award grants from excess money in the pollution control fund; establishing criteria for the review and approval of applications for grants; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 812–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 23, 1989

957

447

AN ACT relating to taxes on retail sales; creating a presumption that sales and use taxes have been paid on any used manufactured home or used mobile home for which a certificate of ownership has been issued in this state; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 757–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 23, 1989

960

448

AN ACT relating to campaign practices; prohibiting the use of the term “reelect” during an election campaign unless the candidate was previously elected to the office; prohibiting a person from indicating that he is an incumbent if he is not; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 690–Committee on Elections. Approved June 23, 1989

960

449

AN ACT relating to mobile homes; requiring the landlord of a mobile home park to disclose information concerning zoning to the tenant when a lot is initially rented; requiring the governing bodies of cities and counties to give notice to each tenant in a mobile home park of certain proposed changes in zoning; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 206–Assemblymen Porter, Myrna Williams, Garner, Spinello, Sedway, Price, Brookman, Chowning, Wendell Williams, Arberry, Callister, Sader, Adler and Wisdom. Approved June 23, 1989

961

450

AN ACT relating to law enforcement officers; directing the legislative commission to authorize the construction and maintenance of a memorial to Nevada law enforcement officers on the capitol complex; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 493–Assemblymen Thompson, Garner, Bergevin, Price, Kerns, Fay, Myrna Williams, Adler, Humke, Jeffrey, Dini, McGaughey, Nevin, Swain, Freeman, Lambert, Kissam, Porter, Chowning, Diamond, Triggs, McGinness, Gaston and Wisdom. Approved June 23, 1989

962

451

AN ACT relating to insurance; prohibiting insurers from canceling agreements with agents because insureds submit claims; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 390–Assemblymen Thompson, Porter, Regan, Swain, McGinness, Bogaert and Gaston. Approved June 23, 1989

963

452

AN ACT relating to arson; expanding the crime of arson in the third degree to include the burning of certain unoccupied personal property in which another person has a legal interest; authorizing the imposition of certain costs related to the crime of arson; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 771–Assemblyman Callister (by request). Approved June 24, 1989

964

453

AN ACT relating to mortgage companies; authorizing the commissioner of financial institutions to exempt certain persons from the provisions governing the making of a loan; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 754–Committee on Commerce. Approved June 24, 1989

965

454

AN ACT relating to municipal courts; extending certain provisions concerning municipal courts to the City of Las Vegas; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 753–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 24, 1989

967

455

AN ACT relating to public works; raising the estimated cost threshold requiring the advertisement for sealed bids on construction projects for the state; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 742–Assemblyman Arberry. Approved June 24, 1989

968

456

AN ACT relating to peace officers; expanding the definition of “peace officer” to include investigators of arson; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 739–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 24, 1989

968

457

AN ACT relating to gaming; allowing a person to own or lease slot machines for home use without obtaining a gaming license; allowing owners of slot machines for home use to sell machines in accordance with the regulations of the Nevada gaming commission; requiring the licensing of a person who manufactures, sells or distributes any gaming device for distribution outside of Nevada; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 733–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 24, 1989

969

458

AN ACT relating to crimes concerning gaming; adding various prohibitions relating to cheating in gaming; requiring the Nevada gaming control board to destroy devices for cheating in accordance with regulations adopted by the Nevada gaming commission; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 731–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 24, 1989

971

459

AN ACT relating to counties; revising the provisions governing the county travel revolving fund; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 722–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 24, 1989

973

460

AN ACT relating to the City of Las Vegas; repealing the prohibition against mortgaging, hypothecating or pledging any property of the city; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 689–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 24, 1989

974

461

AN ACT relating to governmental affairs; increasing certain fees required to be paid to the secretary of state by certain corporations and other persons; requiring the filing of certain documents with the secretary of state; specifying certain activities that do not constitute doing business in this state; limiting the duration of certain voting trusts and agreements; removing the restriction concerning the private activities of certain employees of the secretary of state; authorizing the secretary of state to establish a trust account with the state treasurer for the deposit of advance fees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 686–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 24, 1989

975

462

AN ACT relating to metropolitan police departments; clarifying provisions relating to certain audits of claims against metropolitan police departments; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 640–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 24, 1989

990

463

AN ACT relating to the Las Vegas Valley Water District; removing the exception for the district from the requirement to pay certain costs; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 580–Committee on Transportation. Approved June 24, 1989

991

464

AN ACT relating to records of criminal history; exempting volunteers from the provisions concerning the criminal history of sexual offenses of persons who work with children; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 584–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 24, 1989

991

465

AN ACT relating to local governments; permitting a board of county commissioners or the governing body of a city to grant a franchise for the provision of bus benches and shelters; exempting such benches and shelters from certain limitations on outdoor advertising; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 630–Committee on Transportation. Approved June 24, 1989

994

466

AN ACT relating to trespass; clarifying the distinction between burglary and trespass; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 591–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 24, 1989

997

467

AN ACT relating to facsimile signatures; authorizing each county recorder and judicial officer to use a facsimile signature machine; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 639–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 24, 1989

998

468

AN ACT relating to local improvements; requiring the treasurer of a municipality to apportion the uncollected amounts of a special assessment among the parts of land which has been divided under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 637–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 24, 1989

1000

469

AN ACT relating to dangerous drugs; deleting the provision that requires no particular form of record for a person who dispenses dangerous drugs; providing that certain completed federal forms constitute a record of the disposition of samples; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 562–Committee on Commerce. Approved June 24, 1989

1000

470

AN ACT relating to obligations secured by liens on real property; removing various limitations upon the enforcement of such an obligation against a person who is not primarily liable; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 557–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 24, 1989

1001

471

AN ACT relating to insurance; prohibiting certain insurers from recommending to their insureds, or directing their insureds to, unlicensed body shops in this state; requiring a body shop to display its license number and include that number on its estimates and invoices for repairs; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 400–Assemblymen Porter, DuBois, Myrna Williams and Gaston. Approved June 24, 1989

1002

472

AN ACT relating to domestic relations; adopting the Uniform Premarital Agreement Act; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 296–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 24, 1989

1003

473

AN ACT relating to crimes against the person; providing an increased penalty for assaulting a peace officer or fireman performing his duty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 213–Assemblymen Nevin, Kerns, Garner, Gaston, Fay, Kissam, Regan, Bogaert, Wisdom, Spriggs, Wendell Williams, McGinness, Triggs, Freeman, Lambert, Porter, Chowning, Jeffrey, Thompson, Price and Adler. Approved June 24, 1989

1010

474

AN ACT relating to county hospital districts; authorizing the board of trustees of a district to issue and sell general and special obligation bonds; eliminating the limit on the amount of the bonds which may be issued; limiting the amount of indebtedness which may be assumed; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 36–Committee on Human Resources and Facilities. Approved June 24, 1989

1011

475

AN ACT relating to public utilities; allowing public utilities to recover the costs of constructing certain facilities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 359–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 24, 1989

1012

476

AN ACT relating to wildlife; requiring the department of wildlife to issue restricted nonresident deer tags for certain hunting seasons; establishing a fee for the tag; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 415–Committee on Natural Resources. Approved June 24, 1989

1014

477

AN ACT relating to taxes on retail sales; providing for the submission to the voters of the question whether the Sales and Use Tax Act of 1955 should be amended to provide an exemption for certain medallions and bars bearing the state seal and sold at retail; contingently creating the same exemption from certain analogous taxes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 416–Committee on Taxation. Approved June 24, 1989

1016

478

AN ACT relating to public utilities; changing the date established for submission of an annual report by a public utility; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 460–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 24, 1989

1018

479

AN ACT relating to county improvement; authorizing a county fair and recreation board to promote tourism, gaming and the recreational facilities of the county through the advertisement of gaming; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 463–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 24, 1989

1018

480

AN ACT relating to occupational diseases; creating a conclusive presumption that heart and lung diseases arise out of employment as a police officer or fireman if the person has been employed for 5 continuous years; revising the provisions concerning predisposing conditions which lead to heart or lung disease; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 755–Committee on Labor and Management. Approved June 24, 1989

1020

481

AN ACT relating to retirement; revising for a certain period the method of calculating the contributions to the public employees’ retirement system; revising the criteria for the vesting of benefits of certain members and their spouse and dependents; increasing certain benefits under the public employees’ retirement system and the legislators’ retirement system; increasing the contribution of legislators; authorizing a legislator with 30 years of service to retire with full retirement allowance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 820–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 23, 1989

1023

482

AN ACT relating to hospices; requiring policies of health insurance to cover hospice care; providing for the regulation of freestanding facilities for hospice care and programs of hospice care; defining “hospice care”; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 619–Assemblymen Thompson, Jeffrey and Sedway. Approved June 25, 1989

1031

483

AN ACT relating to state emblems; clarifying that the ichthyosaur of the genus Shonisaurus is the state fossil; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 794–Assemblyman Spriggs. Approved June 26, 1989

1038

484

AN ACT relating to community antenna television systems; repealing prospective expiration of law prohibiting a landlord from denying a tenant access to this service; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 863–Committee on Commerce. Approved June 26, 1989

1038

485

AN ACT relating to public administrators; revising certain provisions limiting the posting of bonds by public administrators and public guardians; revising certain provisions relating to compensation of public administrators; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 795–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 26, 1989

1039

486

AN ACT relating to local governmental finances; revising the provisions governing the period of redemption for property sold for delinquent assessments or installments of assessments; exempting property owned and used by a school district from assessments for local improvement districts and general improvement districts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 482–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 26, 1989

1042

487

AN ACT relating to fire protection systems; prohibiting the willful or malicious installation of a fire protection system with knowledge that it is inoperable; prohibiting the impairment of the effectiveness of a fire protection system; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 693–Assemblymen Kerns, Arberry, Bergevin, Marvel, Myrna Williams, Banner, Garner, Adler, McGaughey, Lambert, Freeman, Sedway, Nevin, Fay, Thompson, Swain, Evans, DuBois, Wendell Williams, McGinness, Triggs, Humke, Schofield, Gaston, Carpenter, Regan, Porter, Bogaert, Chowning, Price, Spinello, Gibbons, Jeffrey, Callister, Brookman, Sader, Diamond, Sheerin, Dini, Wisdom, Kissam and Spriggs. Approved June 26, 1989

1044

488

AN ACT relating to local governmental finances; revising the provisions governing the calculation of the maximum allowable combined revenue; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 25–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 26, 1989

1046

489

AN ACT relating to the care of children; allowing the bureau of services for child care of the youth services division of the department of human resources to issue an initial license for a child care facility for less than 1 year; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 803–Assemblyman Humke. Approved June 26, 1989

1050

490

AN ACT relating to traffic laws; authorizing the director of the department of motor vehicles and public safety to adopt regulations concerning tire chains and traction devices for tires; permitting the use of approved traction devices for tires when required; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 885–Assemblymen Bogaert, Nevin, Fay, Lambert, Adler, Bergevin, Gibbons, Kerns and Regan. Approved June 26, 1989

1050

491

AN ACT relating to the appropriation of water; authorizing the extension of the time to apply water to a beneficial use on land developed under an approved plan for the use of the land; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 335–Committee on Natural Resources. Approved June 26, 1989

1052

492

AN ACT relating to public utilities; abolishing the legislative committee to review the performance of the office of the consumer’s advocate; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 402–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 26, 1989

1053

493

AN ACT relating to the towing of vehicles; prohibiting the towing of vehicles in certain public parking lots which do not issue tickets or time slips; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 721–Assemblyman Nevin. Approved June 26, 1989

1054

494

AN ACT relating to county government; authorizing a county museum, art center or historical society to sell, trade or exchange unwanted museum items; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 501–Senator Titus. Approved June 26, 1989

1055

495

AN ACT relating to the state personnel system; requiring that an employee who prepares a report on the performance of an employee who holds a position in the classified service be trained in its proper preparation; requiring the filing of reports on the performance of employees with the director of the department of personnel; authorizing expenditures by the department of personnel; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 115–Senators Horn, Coffin, Hickey, Mello, Neal, Shaffer, Titus and Vergiels. Approved June 26, 1989

1055

496

AN ACT relating to property tax assistance for senior citizens; changing the date by which the county tax assessor must give notice to a claimant of the amount of credit he may apply to his property tax; providing that a claim paid which is later denied may be recovered from any real or personal property of the claimant; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 165–Committee on Taxation. Approved June 26, 1989

1057

497

AN ACT relating to counties; authorizing counties to impose a civil penalty for the violation of certain ordinances instead of a criminal sanction; excluding certain offenses from the administrative assessment for misdemeanors; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 313–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 26, 1989

1058

498

AN ACT relating to campaign practices; extending the provisions governing campaign practices and financial disclosure to a committee created to recall a public officer; prohibiting the misrepresentation of the intent or content of a petition for the recall of a public officer; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 406–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 26, 1989

1060

499

AN ACT relating to county recorders; increasing the fee charged by a county recorder for a certified copy of a certificate of marriage; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 410–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 26, 1989

1063

500

AN ACT relating to installment loans; authorizing the commissioner of financial institutions to exempt certain persons from the provisions governing the making of a loan; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 868–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 26, 1989

1064

501

AN ACT relating to taxicabs; authorizing the use of money in the taxicab authority fund to be used to subsidize transportation for the handicapped in taxicabs; authorizing the taxicab authority to set the rate for trip fees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 473–Committee on Transportation. Approved June 26, 1989

1066

502

AN ACT relating to interest; prohibiting a title insurer, title agent, escrow agency or escrow agent from charging a fee for certain statements or tax returns regarding payments of interest; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 678–Assemblymen Kerns, Nevin, Porter, Regan, Gibbons, Sedway, Spinello, Callister, Bogaert, Chowning, Fay, Marvel, Evans, Wisdom, Swain, Spriggs, Garner, Triggs, McGinness, Arberry, Lambert, Kissam, Adler, Thompson and Myrna Williams. Approved June 26, 1989

1067

503

AN ACT relating to loans; requiring lenders to analyze annually impound accounts required for loans secured by real property; requiring the lender to take certain actions based upon the analysis; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 313–Assemblymen Callister and Porter. Approved June 26, 1989

1068

504

AN ACT relating to the collection of money on behalf of the state; providing uniformity in the forms of security required to be posted to ensure the performance of persons who collect money on behalf of the state; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 784–Assemblymen Bergevin, Price, Bogaert, Gibbons, Chowning, Carpenter and Banner. Approved June 26, 1989

1069

505

AN ACT relating to property; extending certain provisions concerning unlawful detainer and rental agreements to tenants of certain lots for recreational vehicles; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 828–Assemblyman Carpenter. Approved June 26, 1989

1081

506

AN ACT relating to the apportionment of proceeds from taxes; revising the scope of and time for the estimation and certification of population; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 832–Committee on Taxation. Approved June 26, 1989

1085

507

AN ACT relating to animals; requiring the state department of agriculture to coordinate its efforts with the department of wildlife to control communicable diseases in livestock and wildlife; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 827–Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining. Approved June 26, 1989

1086

508

AN ACT relating to county fire protection districts; authorizing the board of directors of a county fire protection district to adopt and enforce regulations concerning fire prevention; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 666–Assemblymen Gibbons, Kerns, Marvel, Chowning, Regan, McGinness, Swain, Jeffrey, Diamond, Thompson, Bogaert, Nevin, Callister, Banner, Myrna Williams, Price, Schofield, McGaughey, Garner, Kissam, Wendell Williams, Bergevin, Lambert, Brookman, Wisdom and Spinello. Approved June 26, 1989

1087

509

AN ACT relating to cemeteries; increasing the deposits required for spaces, markers and monuments in endowment care cemeteries; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 647–Committee on Commerce. Approved June 26, 1989

1088

510

AN ACT relating to education; allowing under certain circumstances a high school pupil to substitute credit for a course taken at a community college or university for a course required for high school graduation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 614–Committee on Education. Approved June 26, 1989

1089

511

AN ACT making an appropriation to the division of state lands of the state department of conservation and natural resources for appraisals of two parcels of property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 371–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 26, 1989

1090

512

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Clark County Bar Association and Washoe County Bar Association for costs related to their programs to provide pro bono legal services; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 294–Assemblymen Arberry, Wendell Williams, Porter, Callister and Gaston. Approved June 26, 1989

1091

513

AN ACT relating to public employees’ retirement; revising the provisions governing the calculation of monthly service retirement allowances of certain public employees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 87–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 26, 1989

1091

514

AN ACT making an appropriation to the contingency fund to restore the balance in the fund; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 128–Committee on Finance. Approved June 26, 1989

1093

515

AN ACT relating to state emblems; designating the desert tortoise as the state reptile; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 422–Senators Hickey, Shaffer, Beyer, Coffin, Horn, Jacobsen, Malone, Mello, Neal, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Vergiels and Wagner. Approved June 26, 1989

1094

516

AN ACT relating to water; prohibiting the use in the public water system of solder, flux or pipes containing certain amounts of lead; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 438–Committee on Natural Resources. Approved June 26, 1989

1094

517

AN ACT relating to the state department of agriculture; authorizing the department to use money in the revolving account for agriculture working capital to make certain loans and grants; providing for the reimbursement of the account; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 493–Committee on Natural Resources. Approved June 26, 1989

1095

518

AN ACT relating to county auditors; repealing certain obsolete provisions concerning the collection of fees by a county auditor; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 498–Senator Jacobsen. Approved June 26, 1989

1096

519

AN ACT relating to gaming; temporarily allowing the operation of a sports pool or race book at a nonrestricted operation by a licensee other than the person licensed to operate the nonrestricted operation; exempting certain licensees from obtaining a disseminator’s license; changing the definition of restricted license; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 301–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 26, 1989

1096

520

AN ACT relating to thrift companies; establishing reserve and deposit limitations consistent with federal regulations; making various changes in provisions concerning thrift companies; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 458–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 26, 1989

1097

521

AN ACT relating to taxation; removing the requirement of voter approval of a county ordinance imposing an additional excise tax of 1 cent per gallon on motor vehicle fuel; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 776–Committee on Transportation. Approved June 26, 1989

1102

522

AN ACT relating to the Nevada National Guard; prohibiting certain uses of an armory of the Nevada National Guard; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 321–Senator Jacobsen. Approved June 26, 1989

1103

523

AN ACT relating to pupils; prohibiting the board of trustees of a school district from changing the grade given to a pupil by a teacher unless certain procedures are followed; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 711–Assemblymen Triggs, Evans, Wendell Williams, Diamond, Thompson, Nevin, Myrna Williams, Wisdom, Garner, McGinness, Arberry, Lambert, Kissam, Adler, Sader, Spinello, Callister, Brookman, Sedway, Dini, Chowning, Schofield, Fay, Sheerin, Price, Freeman, Gibbons, Jeffrey and Swain. Approved June 26, 1989

1103

524

AN ACT relating to local governmental finances; providing for the withdrawal of certain property which becomes exempt from property taxes from the calculation of the amount of money to be allocated to a redevelopment area; revising the calculation of the maximum allowable combined revenue of certain local governments to include the assessed value of certain property which is exempt from taxation; authorizing an increase in the maximum allowable revenue from taxes ad valorem for certain local governments; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 197–Senator Joerg. Approved June 26, 1989

1104

525

AN ACT relating to taxation; clarifying the duties of the department of taxation concerning the collection of taxes on retail sales on Indian reservations and colonies; authorizing the imposition of a sales tax by the governing body of an Indian reservation or colony; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 877–Committee on Taxation. Approved June 26, 1989

1109

526

AN ACT relating to insurance; requiring an insurer transacting certain kinds of insurance in this state to use an adjuster who resides in this state; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 403–Assemblymen Porter, Spinello, Wendell Williams, Diamond, Callister, Arberry, Gaston, Garner, Regan, Wisdom, Sader, Freeman, Chowning, Bogaert, Schofield, McGaughey and Sedway. Approved June 28, 1989

1110

527

AN ACT relating to sentencing; permitting the court to impose a fixed term of imprisonment and probation for certain violations concerning driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor or a controlled substance; providing the maximum period of probation that may be imposed for those violations; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 456–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 28, 1989

1110

528

AN ACT relating to gaming; prohibiting the manipulation of any gaming device for the purpose of affecting the outcome of the game; clarifying the prohibition against gambling with knowledge of the outcome of a game or event affecting the outcome of a game; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 453–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 28, 1989

1112

529

AN ACT relating to public utilities; authorizing the issuance of variable-interest rate securities; authorizing the use of a method for accounting and ratemaking which allows recovery of certain costs related to variable-rate securities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 441–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 28, 1989

1113

530

AN ACT relating to medical laboratories; prohibiting physicians from referring patients to independent medical laboratories in which they have a financial interest under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 392–Committee on Human Resources and Facilities. Approved June 28, 1989

1114

531

AN ACT relating to commercial drivers’ licenses; authorizing the department of motor vehicles and public safety to adopt regulations providing for the issuance of commercial driver’s licenses in accordance with federal law; prohibiting the driving of a commercial motor vehicle without a license or learner’s permit; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 379–Committee on Transportation. Approved June 28, 1989

1115

532

AN ACT relating to drugs; revising certain provisions relating to the dispensing of drugs; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 339–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 28, 1989

1121

533

AN ACT relating to public employees’ retirement; authorizing a post-retirement increase for certain persons who are receiving small benefits; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 218–Committee on Finance. Approved June 28, 1989

1128

534

AN ACT relating to prisoners’ funds; repealing the offenders’ employment fund and combining its assets with the prisoners’ personal property fund; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 149–Committee on Finance. Approved June 28, 1989

1129

535

AN ACT relating to traffic laws; authorizing a peace officer to issue a citation at the scene of an accident if an investigation indicates that a person has violated the motor carrier laws; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 919–Committee on Transportation. Approved June 28, 1989

1131

536

AN ACT relating to traffic laws; prohibiting the operation of any motor vehicle, except an authorized emergency vehicle, equipped with a system or device that causes the head lamps of a vehicle to continue to flash alternately or simultaneously while the system or device is activated; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 917–Assemblyman Gibbons (by request). Approved June 28, 1989

1132

537

AN ACT relating to adoption; requiring that copies of certain orders and decrees be submitted to the welfare division of the department of human resources; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 913–Assemblyman Wisdom. Approved June 28, 1989

1133

538

AN ACT relating to wire communications; authorizing district courts of the state to issue orders for the use of pen registers or trap and trace devices; providing immunity to public utilities that use pen registers, or trap and trace devices in accordance with those orders; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 912–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 28, 1989

1134

539

AN ACT relating to judgments; revising the provisions governing execution on and security for the satisfaction of judgments; requiring notice to judgment debtors and defendants of the attachment or garnishment of their property; specifying the contents of the notice; requiring that the notice include a list of exempt property and an explanation of the procedure for claiming the exemptions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 893–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 28, 1989

1135

540

AN ACT relating to motor vehicles; authorizing the director of the department of motor vehicles and public safety to issue license plates to commemorate the 125th anniversary of Nevada’s admission into the Union; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 878–Committee on Transportation. Approved June 28, 1989

1148

541

AN ACT relating to drivers’ licenses; requiring a license to bear the mailing address of the licensee; eliminating under certain circumstances the fee and examination requirement for a licensee to reinstate his revoked or suspended license; prescribing a penalty for a person who drives while his license is indefinitely suspended; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 870–Committee on Transportation. Approved June 28, 1989

1152

542

AN ACT relating to state government; authorizing the issuance of general obligation bonds to pay for the cost of acquiring and paving certain property, acquiring an office building and remodeling the legislative building; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 864–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 28, 1989

1154

543

AN ACT relating to education; authorizing the state board of education to accept and use gifts and grants to contract for the writing, publishing and distribution of a book for children on the history of this state; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 853–Assemblyman Gaston. Approved June 28, 1989

1155

544

AN ACT relating to welfare services; providing that the parents of a child who is committed to the custody of the welfare division of the department of human resources are liable for the costs of care provided to the child by the division; deleting the requirement that the welfare division provide care to certain handicapped children; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 852–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 28, 1989

1155

545

AN ACT relating to gaming; revising the provisions concerning the administration of fees for gaming licenses; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 842–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 28, 1989

1158

546

AN ACT relating to taxation; increasing the penalty for and allowing public disclosure of certain information regarding certain violations relating to the sales and use tax; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 833–Committee on Taxation. Approved June 28, 1989

1159

547

AN ACT relating to education; providing for the conditional and reciprocal licensing of teachers and other educational personnel; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 813–Committee on Education. Approved June 28, 1989

1162

548

AN ACT relating to industrial insurance; allowing the payment of a lump sum for a permanent partial disability for certain persons; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 790–Committee on Labor and Management. Approved June 28, 1989

1162

549

AN ACT relating to cities; changing the terms of certain officers upon the organization or change in classification of certain cities; providing that certain city offices may be appointive; requiring primary city elections in cities of the second class only if provided by city ordinance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 789–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 28, 1989

1164

550

AN ACT relating to employees of local governments; resolving an ambiguity concerning whether the transfer of an employee is within the scope of mandatory bargaining between a local government employer and an employee organization; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 787–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 28, 1989

1165

551

AN ACT relating to statutes; designating Nevada Revised Statutes as the official codified version of statutes of Nevada; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 756–Assemblymen Dini and Sader. Approved June 28, 1989

1167

552

AN ACT relating to chiropractors; clarifying certain terms; revising certain provisions regarding injunctive relief for unlicensed actions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 748–Assemblymen Wisdom, Swain, Evans, Myrna Williams, Freeman, McGinness, Chowning, Wendell Williams, Thompson, Schofield, Sedway, McGaughey, Bergevin and Spinello. Approved June 28, 1989

1168

553

AN ACT relating to vehicle registration; eliminating the credit on taxes and fees for the registration of a vehicle by a nonresident owner; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 738–Assemblyman Nevin. Approved June 28, 1989

1169

554

AN ACT relating to the employment security department; clarifying the limitation on the use of records of the department by a claimant or an employing unit; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 736–Committee on Labor and Management. Approved June 28, 1989

1170

555

AN ACT relating to irrigation districts; expanding the right to vote in any election held in the district; revising the formula for calculating the number of votes to which each elector is entitled; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 719–Assemblymen McGinness, Dini and Marvel. Approved June 28, 1989

1172

556

AN ACT relating to detention facilities; authorizing the establishment of a department of detention and detention facilities in certain cities; designating certain employees of the facilities as peace officers; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 718–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 28, 1989

1176

557

AN ACT relating to initiative and referendum; establishing a time limit for filing a petition in a county or city initiative or referendum; providing for random sampling of the signatures on a petition in a city initiative or referendum; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 717–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 28, 1989

1182

558

AN ACT relating to crimes against the person; prohibiting involuntary servitude; prohibiting the purchase or sale of a person; providing for the termination of the parental rights of a person who commits such an act; providing for the forfeiture of any money or property used or gained in the commission of such an act; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 696–Assemblymen Porter, Sader, Wendell Williams, Spriggs, Gaston, Regan, McGinness, Kissam, Diamond, Carpenter, Triggs, Wisdom, Chowning and Gibbons. Approved June 28, 1989

1186

559

AN ACT relating to state industrial insurance system; allowing the disclosure of certain information by the state industrial insurance system to other state agencies or law enforcement agencies; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 692–Committee on Labor and Management. Approved June 28, 1989

1189

560

AN ACT relating to industrial insurance; authorizing the microfilming of certain principal records of the insurer after audit; authorizing the attorney general or the appropriate district attorney to prosecute a person making a fraudulent claim for compensation or benefits; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 688–Committee on Labor and Management. Approved June 28, 1989

1190

561

AN ACT relating to industrial insurance; expanding the provision relating to fraudulent claims for services rendered to industrial insurance claimants; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 681–Committee on Labor and Management. Approved June 28, 1989

1191

562

AN ACT relating to county fair and recreation boards; revising their authority to make grants; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 662–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 28, 1989

1192

563

AN ACT relating to traffic laws; requiring the revocation of the driver’s license of a person convicted of failing to stop his vehicle when signaled by a peace officer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 649–Committee on Transportation. Approved June 28, 1989

1193

564

AN ACT relating to the city of Elko; making various changes relating to the Elko City-County Civic Auditorium Authority; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 648–Assemblyman Carpenter. Approved June 28, 1989

1194

565

AN ACT relating to marriage and family therapists; authorizing the board of examiners for marriage and family therapists to order an examination to test the competence of a therapist; authorizing inactive status of licenses; authorizing the board to waive the requirement of continuing education; increasing certain fees for licensing; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 618–Assemblyman Gaston (by request). Approved June 28, 1989

1201

566

AN ACT relating to marriage and family therapy; requiring the board of examiners for marriage and family therapists to accept a passing grade on a national examination by an applicant for licensure in lieu of the board’s written examination; repealing the provision authorizing the licensing of a marriage and family therapist without an examination; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 617–Assemblyman Gaston (by request). Approved June 28, 1989

1203

567

AN ACT relating to crimes against property; adopting a comprehensive theft statute; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 594–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 28, 1989

1203

568

AN ACT relating to burglary; expanding the crime to include entry with the intent to commit assault or battery; increasing the punishment of a person convicted of burglary who possesses a deadly weapon during the commission of the crime; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 592–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 28, 1989

1207

569

AN ACT relating to debt adjusting; revising provisions governing fees allowed to debt adjusters; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 588–Assemblymen Thompson, Garner, Myrna Williams, Nevin, McGaughey, Humke, Lambert, Marvel, DuBois, Sedway, Kissam, Carpenter, Wisdom, Bogaert, Triggs, Spinello and Regan. Approved June 28, 1989

1208

570

AN ACT relating to driver’s licenses; requiring the department of motor vehicles and public safety to provide specially designed licenses to epileptics and insulin dependent diabetics; requiring the department to provide education to peace officers on matters relating to diabetes and epilepsy; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 558–Assemblymen Bogaert, Nevin, Kerns, Evans, Chowning and Carpenter. Approved June 28, 1989

1209

571

AN ACT relating to investigators; requiring licensees of the private investigator’s licensing board to obtain a work card issued by the local sheriff; prohibiting in certain counties employment as a security guard unless the person has been issued a work card by the sheriff; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 492–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 28, 1989

1210

572

AN ACT relating to low-income housing; establishing a trust fund for low-income housing; authorizing the housing division of the department of commerce to administer the fund; providing for the use of money in the fund; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 489–Assemblyman Arberry. Approved June 28, 1989

1211

573

AN ACT relating to travel expenses; revising the provisions governing the reimbursement of legislators for travel expenses; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 417–Assemblymen Dini, Myrna Williams and Bergevin. Approved June 28, 1989

1215

574

AN ACT relating to public housing authorities; requiring the eviction of a tenant upon the conviction of the tenant or a person residing with the tenant of certain offenses regarding controlled substances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 836–Assemblymen McGaughey, Garner, Jeffrey, Sheerin, Gibbons, McGinness, Triggs, Kissam, Porter, Wendell Williams, Carpenter, Lambert, Chowning, Sedway, Marvel, Brookman, Kerns, Nevin, Bergevin, Adler, Freeman, Wisdom, Humke, Spriggs, Swain, Dini, Schofield, Gaston, Spinello, DuBois, Callister, Price, Thompson and Arberry. Approved June 28, 1989

1223

575

AN ACT relating to insurance; making permanent the provisions requiring the commissioner of insurance to study methods to contain rates for insurance; authorizing the collection of certain data; imposing a fee; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 401–Assemblymen Porter, DuBois, Myrna Williams and Gaston. Approved June 28, 1989

1226

576

AN ACT making an appropriation to the University of Nevada System for the payment of expenses related to the purchase of instructional equipment and furnishings; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 388–Assemblymen Sedway, Spinello, Callister, Porter, Myrna Williams, Arberry, Evans, DuBois, Diamond and Kerns. Approved June 28, 1989

1229

577

AN ACT making an appropriation to the contingency fund for hazardous materials for use in the event of a spill or accident to pay for costs of cleaning and decontaminating the affected area; requiring repayment to the state general fund in annual installments; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 351–Assemblymen Dini and Schofield. Approved June 28, 1989

1230

578

AN ACT relating to controlled substances; clarifying that real property is subject to forfeiture if used by a tenant to facilitate certain crimes involving controlled substances; requiring in such cases that the owner be notified about the unlawful use of the property; expanding unlawful detainer to include a tenant’s violation of certain criminal statutes involving controlled substances on the leased premises; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 339–Assemblymen Arberry, Wendell Williams, Regan, Gaston, Nevin, Spinello, Sedway, Callister, Bogaert, Brookman, Lambert, Humke, Chowning, Sheerin, Carpenter, Myrna Williams, McGinness, Triggs, Freeman, Schofield, Gibbons, Wisdom, McGaughey, Spriggs, Fay, Marvel, Jeffrey, Thompson, Adler, Kissam, Sader, DuBois, Bergevin, Diamond, Evans, Swain and Garner. Approved June 28, 1989

1230

579

AN ACT relating to water; requiring local governments to file reports with the administrator of the division of water planning of the state department of conservation and natural resources concerning the approval of certain new development which requires the use of water; creating an advisory board on water resources planning and development; authorizing the development of plans concerning water resources; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 333–Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining. Approved June 28, 1989

1236

580

AN ACT relating to crimes; prohibiting the discharge of a firearm out of a motor vehicle; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 329–Assemblymen Wendell Williams, Sader, Arberry, Freeman, McGaughey, Diamond, Kissam, Adler, DuBois, McGinness, Triggs, Humke, Spriggs, Garner, Spinello, Marvel, Callister, Gibbons, Sheerin, Chowning, Price, Fay, Porter, Nevin, Brookman, Bogaert, Dini, Wisdom, Schofield and Gaston. Approved June 28, 1989

1239

581

AN ACT relating to the state personnel system; providing that all grievances are subject to adjustment and may be appealed to the employee-management committee; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 295–Assemblymen Nevin, Sheerin, Garner, Jeffrey, Regan, Diamond, Chowning, Freeman, Adler, Dini, Carpenter, Bogaert, Gibbons, Wendell Williams, Myrna Williams, Spinello, Callister, Porter, DuBois, Humke, Thompson, Evans, Price, Sader and Arberry. Approved June 28, 1989

1244

582

AN ACT relating to industrial insurance; allowing an employer who leases real property to agree to insure the owner or lessor against certain liability; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 284–Committee on Labor and Management. Approved June 28, 1989

1245

583

AN ACT relating to unemployment compensation; changing the method for the reduction of benefits received by a claimant because of payments received from a pension; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 264–Committee on Labor and Management. Approved June 28, 1989

1245

584

AN ACT making an appropriation to the division of financial institutions of the department of commerce for the payment of expenses related to the enhancement of existing data processing capabilities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 241–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 28, 1989

1247

585

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Clear Creek Youth Center of the department of administration for payment of the expenses related to the improvement and rehabilitation of facilities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 231–Assemblymen Dini, Callister, Jeffrey, Spinello, Marvel, Humke, Kerns, Swain, DuBois, Myrna Williams, Sedway, Arberry and Price. Approved June 28, 1989

1247

586

AN ACT relating to insurance; requiring certain notice to the insured before proposed cancellation, nonrenewal or alteration of policy or coverage; requiring the commissioner of insurance to adopt regulations governing the disclosure of the provisions and limitations of the policy or coverage; requiring such a disclosure before the issuance of a policy or evidence of coverage; requiring certain employers to notify employees of an anticipated nonpayment of the premium for the employees’ insurance; requiring certain employers to notify employees of his acceptance or cancellation of group life, dental or health insurance; requiring that certain contracts of health insurance provide continuing coverage to an employee on leave without pay; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 114–Assemblymen DuBois, Porter, Evans, Wisdom, Sheerin, Lambert, Bergevin, Gaston, McGaughey, Spinello, Arberry, McGinness, Humke, Freeman, Sedway, Jeffrey, Diamond, Thompson, Adler, Sader, Callister, Bogaert and Fay. Approved June 28, 1989

1248

587

AN ACT relating to local governmental finances; creating the fund to finance the construction of treatment works and the implementation of pollution control projects; authorizing an alternative method of borrowing money or purchasing or leasing property for local governments; authorizing certain local governments to invest money in certain obligations of local governments; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 88–Assemblymen Myrna Williams, Lambert and Kissam. Approved June 28, 1989

1256

588

AN ACT making an appropriation to the state department of conservation and natural resources for support of the division of water planning; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 42–Assemblymen Dini, Bergevin, Adler, Sheerin and Sader. Approved June 28, 1989

1262

589

AN ACT relating to financial responsibility for the operation of a motor vehicle; revising the provisions requiring a selected sample for verification of insurance coverage; requiring the department of motor vehicles and public safety to verify subsequent liability insurance on all vehicles for which it receives a notice that coverage for the vehicle has terminated; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 17–Assemblymen Spinello, Porter, Myrna Williams and Sedway. Approved June 28, 1989

1262

590

AN ACT relating to gaming; clarifying what constitutes effective notice of a decision that resolves a dispute involving a patron of a gaming establishment; revising the provision concerning judicial review of the decision; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 539–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 28, 1989

1264

591

AN ACT relating to the state personnel system; clarifying the exceptions to the requirement that appointments in the classified service be filled by competition; ratifying certain appointments made without competition; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 528–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 28, 1989

1266

592

AN ACT relating to public employees’ retirement; authorizing the public employees’ retirement board to contract for a comprehensive study of health care benefits provided to retired public employees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 507–Committee on Finance. Approved June 28, 1989

1266

593

AN ACT relating to mobile homes; clarifying the requirement that a rebuilder of manufactured or mobile homes take an examination for licensure; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 505–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 28, 1989

1267

594

AN ACT relating to wildlife; requiring a permit to own or maintain certain artificial bodies of water; authorizing the board of wildlife commissioners to adopt regulations relating to permits; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 476–Committee on Natural Resources. Approved June 28, 1989

1268

595

AN ACT relating to depositories of public money; revising the provisions governing the determination of the fair market value of certain collateral used to secure deposits of public money; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 462–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 28, 1989

1270

596

AN ACT relating to shorthand reporters; increasing the fees charged by shorthand reporters for various services; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 459–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 28, 1989

1271

597

AN ACT relating to insurance; providing for the direct payment under a policy of health insurance to a provider of medical transportation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 814–Committee on Commerce. Approved June 28, 1989

1273

598

AN ACT relating to asbestos; requiring the department of industrial relations to license and regulate persons who engage in projects for the control of asbestos; requiring the department to adopt regulations in compliance with federal law for the licensing of certain related occupations; requiring the state environmental commission to adopt regulations for the disposal of asbestos and material containing asbestos; requiring a survey for the presence of asbestos before the demolition or renovation of a public building; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 40–Assemblymen Kerns and Thompson. Approved June 28, 1989

1275

599

AN ACT relating to mining reclamation; requiring the reclamation of land subject to certain mining operations or exploration projects; requiring a person who wishes to engage in those operations or projects to obtain a permit; placing the responsibility for administration and enforcement upon the division of environmental protection of the state department of conservation and natural resources; requiring the annual payment of fees; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 958–Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining. Approved June 28, 1989

1281

600

AN ACT relating to telecommunications; authorizing the rehabilitation division of the department of human resources to expand its program for telecommunication to enable persons with impaired speech or hearing to communicate with persons who do not have access to special devices for telecommunication; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 881–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 28, 1989

1290

601

AN ACT relating to motor carriers; advancing the effective date of Senate Bill No. 355 of this session; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 929–Committee on Transportation. Approved June 28, 1989

1291

602

AN ACT relating to boards of county commissioners; allowing a board to hold certain meetings at any place within the county; authorizing the board to allow county officers to open branch offices; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 188–Senators Getto, Jacobsen and Rhoads. Approved June 28, 1989

1294

603

AN ACT relating to highways; creating a board to administer the department of transportation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 123–Assemblyman Nevin. Approved June 29, 1989

1296

604

AN ACT relating to traffic laws; increasing the fine for unlawful use of parking spaces designated for the handicapped; making various changes concerning special parking permits, special plates and temporary parking permits; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 374–Assemblymen Wisdom, Swain, Porter, Gaston, Carpenter, Gibbons, Chowning, Bogaert, Callister, Nevin, Thompson, Brookman, McGaughey, Jeffrey, Regan, Adler, McGinness, Diamond, Price and Kissam. Approved June 29, 1989

1315

605

AN ACT relating to education; authorizing the state board of education to accept and use gifts and grants to expand and promote its program to improve the literacy of adults in Nevada; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 934–Committee on Education. Approved June 29, 1989

1318

606

AN ACT relating to cosmetology; making various changes to provisions governing the state board of cosmetology; providing for the issuance of provisional licenses for instructors of cosmetology; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 699–Committee on Commerce. Approved June 30, 1989

1318

607

AN ACT making an appropriation to the department of prisons for the payment of expenses related to the improvement and acquisition of facilities and equipment; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 255–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 30, 1989

1320

608

AN ACT relating to state financial administration; authorizing expenditures by various officers, departments, boards, agencies, commissions and institutions of the state government for the fiscal years commencing July 1, 1989, and ending June 30, 1990, and beginning July 1, 1990, and ending June 30, 1991; authorizing the assessment of certain boards for certain costs of the budget division of the department of administration; authorizing the collection of certain amounts from the counties for the use of the services of the public defender; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 551–Committee on Finance. Approved June 30, 1989

1321

609

AN ACT relating to public employees; making appropriations from the state general fund and the state highway fund to the state board of examiners for increases in the salaries of certain employees of the State of Nevada; increasing the salaries of certain employees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 552–Committee on Finance. Approved June 30, 1989

1335

610

AN ACT relating to public schools; apportioning the state distributive school account in the state general fund for the biennium 1989-91; making an appropriation; authorizing certain expenditures; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 553–Committee on Finance. Approved June 30, 1989

1342

611

AN ACT making appropriations from the state general fund and the state highway fund for the support of the civil government of the State of Nevada for the fiscal years beginning July 1, 1989, and ending June 30, 1990, and beginning July 1, 1990, and ending June 30, 1991; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 959–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 30, 1989

1346

612

AN ACT relating to employees in the unclassified service of the state; establishing maximum allowed salaries; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 960–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 30, 1989

1359

613

AN ACT relating to projects of capital improvement; making appropriations from the state general fund and the state highway fund; providing for the issuance of general obligation bonds of the state; authorizing certain expenditures by the state public works board; providing schedules of repayment for certain state agencies; levying a property tax to support the consolidated bond interest and redemption fund; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 961–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 30, 1989

1370

614

AN ACT relating to the University of Nevada; authorizing the construction of a health sciences building at the campus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas; authorizing the issuance of general obligation bonds of the state to pay the cost of the project; pledging certain revenues as additional security for such bonds; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 962–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 30, 1989

1375

615

AN ACT relating to trade regulations; creating the state board of telephone sales communications; requiring a person engaged in the business of telephone sales solicitations to obtain a license from the consumer affairs division of the department of commerce; requiring the disclosure of certain information to a prospective purchaser; providing penalties; making an appropriation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 142–Assemblymen Callister, Jeffrey, Porter, Price, Spinello, Sedway, Sader, Thompson, Adler, Kissam, Lambert, Arberry, McGinness, Triggs, Wendell Williams, Garner, Swain, Myrna Williams, Schofield, Gaston and Carpenter. Approved June 30, 1989

1379

616

AN ACT relating to gaming; providing for the establishment of gaming enterprise districts in certain counties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 845–Assemblymen Callister, Porter, Sedway, Thompson, Arberry, Wendell Williams, Triggs, Humke, McGaughey, Diamond, DuBois, Jeffrey, Chowning, Banner, Schofield, Myrna Williams, Wisdom, Garner, Swain, Evans, Sheerin, Carpenter, Gaston, Regan, Kerns, Nevin, Bergevin, Freeman, McGinness, Kissam, Spinello, Bogaert, Gibbons, Brookman, Adler and Lambert. Approved June 30, 1989

1391

617

AN ACT relating to water meters; eliminating restrictions on the use of water meters for residential water users upon certain conditions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 900–Assemblymen Marvel, Sader, Sheerin, Dini, Adler, Bergevin, Swain, Kerns and Gibbons. Approved June 30, 1989

1393

618

AN ACT relating to juveniles; expanding certain provisions requiring the suspension of the driver’s license of a juvenile who commits certain unlawful acts; expanding certain provisions prohibiting the initial issuance of a driver’s license to a juvenile who commits certain unlawful acts; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 473–Assemblymen Chowning, Wendell Williams, Wisdom, Gibbons, Triggs, Carpenter, McGinness, Gaston, Regan, Spriggs, Jeffrey, Nevin, Kerns, Evans and Bogaert. Approved June 30, 1989

1396

619

AN ACT relating to planning for health care; creating the position of chief research and statistical analyst in the department of human resources; prescribing the qualifications for and duties of the position; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 456–Assemblymen Evans, Diamond, Adler, Swain, Gibbons, Lambert, Chowning, Arberry, Brookman, Wendell Williams, Wisdom, Gaston, Regan, Bergevin, Freeman, Garner, Myrna Williams, Sedway, Nevin, Bogaert and Spinello. Approved June 30, 1989

1398

620

AN ACT relating to Indian affairs; removing a certain restriction on membership on the Nevada Indian commission; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 481–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 30, 1989

1399

621

AN ACT relating to water conservancy districts; revising provisions concerning appropriation of water by local governments and water companies; revising provisions concerning the formation of conservancy and subconservancy districts; including Carson City within the Carson Water Subconservancy District; reorganizing and expanding the powers of the Carson Water Subconservancy District; prohibiting the Carson Water Subconservancy District from acquiring water rights by eminent domain; authorizing cities and counties within the Carson Water Subconservancy District to form special districts and to impose a tax for the support of the special district; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 153–Assemblymen Adler, Bergevin, Dini and Sheerin. Approved June 30, 1989

1400

622

AN ACT relating to motor carriers; eliminating the mileage fee and certain other required fees, service charges and privilege taxes; revising the fee schedule for a temporary license; providing for the seizure and sale of vehicles for nonpayment of certain fees or taxes; removing certain exemptions; increasing the rate of interest due on unpaid assessments; authorizing the department of motor vehicles and public safety to enter into certain cooperative agreements with other jurisdictions; authorizing the sealing of special fuel pumps; increasing the tax on the sale or use of special fuels; requiring the department to transfer money biweekly to the highway patrol special fund; increasing certain registration fees; making various other changes concerning registration and fees; increasing certain penalties; making technical changes; making an appropriation from the state highway fund; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 943–Committee on Transportation. Approved June 30, 1989

1410

623

AN ACT relating to sentencing; allowing a victim to appear at sentencing and express his views concerning the crime; requiring the prosecutor to notify the victim of the hearing to impose sentence; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 746–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 30, 1989

1425

624

AN ACT relating to educational personnel; making various changes relating to the evaluation and reemployment of certain employees; repealing a provision concerning certain postprobationary employees; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 496–Committee on Education. Approved June 30, 1989

1426

625

AN ACT relating to industrial insurance; prohibiting an industrial insurer from contracting with certain persons for the exclusive provision of certain goods or services; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 121–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved June 30, 1989

1429

626

AN ACT relating to crimes; raising the monetary threshold for the classification of crimes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 196–Senators Wagner, Townsend, Beyer, Coffin, Getto, Horn, Jacobsen, Joerg, Mello, Neal, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Shaffer, Smith and Titus. Approved June 30, 1989

1430

627

AN ACT relating to criminal proceedings; extending the period in which a person may be prosecuted for sexually abusing a child; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 515–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 30, 1989

1443

628

AN ACT relating to water; clarifying the authority of certain local governments to limit the recreational use of water; clarifying the obligation of certain suppliers to furnish water under certain circumstances; authorizing the establishment of rates in the Las Vegas Valley Water District which encourage the conservation of water; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 157–Assemblyman DuBois. Approved June 30, 1989

1444

629

AN ACT relating to collection agencies; limiting the prohibition against operating a collection agency business in conjunction with a debt counseling service; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 195–Assemblymen Callister, Porter, Adler, Nevin, Freeman, Chowning, Humke, Evans, Wisdom, Gaston, Wendell Williams, DuBois, Myrna Williams, McGaughey, Garner, Kissam and Regan. Approved June 30, 1989

1448

630

AN ACT relating to pharmacy; authorizing agents designated by the state board of pharmacy to supervise the destruction of an unsafe pharmaceutical preparation, drug or chemical; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 560–Committee on Commerce. Approved June 30, 1989

1450

631

AN ACT relating to crimes against property; establishing the crime of invasion of the home; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 593–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 30, 1989

1451

632

AN ACT relating to programs of public assistance; authorizing the welfare division of the department of human resources to provide prenatal care to pregnant women who are indigent; requiring the welfare division to adopt regulations concerning the provision of that care; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 641–Committee on Health and Welfare. Approved June 30, 1989

1455

633

AN ACT relating to hazardous waste; authorizing the state environmental commission to grant variances from the regulations relating to the management of hazardous waste; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 691–Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining. Approved June 30, 1989

1455

634

AN ACT relating to agricultural loans; requiring the state department of agriculture to adopt regulations necessary to establish an agricultural loan mediation program in accordance with federal law and to administer the program; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 700–Assemblymen Dini, Sader, Bergevin and Adler. Approved June 30, 1989

1457

635

AN ACT relating to private education; amending certain definitions related to postsecondary educational institutions; requiring authorization for the employment of agents by such an institution; requiring the collection and disclosure of certain information to students; establishing minimum requirements for refunds; increasing the amount of the required bond for certain institutions; authorizing the commission on postsecondary education to impose administrative fines; making an appropriation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 702–Committee on Education. Approved June 30, 1989

1457

636

AN ACT relating to public financial administration; consolidating and eliminating various funds that do not need to operate as independent fiscal and accounting entities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 760–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved June 30, 1989

1469

637

AN ACT relating to big game tags; authorizing the auction or bids for one antelope tag and one elk tag each year; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 825–Committee on Natural Resources, Agriculture and Mining. Approved June 30, 1989

1475

638

AN ACT resolving a conflict between Senate Bill No. 73 and Assembly Bill No. 186 of this session; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 843–Committee on Health and Welfare. Approved June 30, 1989

1476

639

AN ACT relating to wildlife; increasing the fees for certain hunting and fishing licenses; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 865–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 30, 1989

1477

640

AN ACT relating to controlled substances; revising the requirement that a defendant convicted of an offense related to controlled substances pay for the analysis of the controlled substance; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 897–Committee on Judiciary. Approved June 30, 1989

1479

641

AN ACT relating to public employees’ retirement; requiring an independent review of the actuarial study of the public employees’ retirement system; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 922–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 30, 1989

1480

642

AN ACT relating to child care; requiring a local government to notify the bureau of services for child care of the youth services division of the department of human resources before discontinuing the licensing of child care facilities; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 924–Assemblyman Wisdom. Approved June 30, 1989

1481

643

AN ACT relating to hazardous waste; providing for the imposition of civil penalties for certain violations related to the transportation of such waste; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 927–Assemblymen Schofield and Dini. Approved June 30, 1989

1482

644

AN ACT making appropriations to the department of motor vehicles and public safety for the support of various divisions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 933–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 30, 1989

1482

645

AN ACT making an appropriation to the legislative fund; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 952–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved June 30, 1989

1483

646

AN ACT relating to osteopathic medicine; requiring completion of an approved graduate education program or postgraduate training as a condition of licensure; providing for special licenses for persons enrolled in a graduate education program or postgraduate training; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 369–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved July 1, 1989

1483

647

AN ACT relating to services to aging persons; prohibiting certain retaliatory conduct by employees of facilities for long-term care; authorizing the appointment of representatives to act for advocates for residents of such facilities; providing immunity from liability for those representatives and advocates; creating the office of specialist for the rights of elderly persons within the aging services division of the department of human resources; providing the functions of that office; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 510–Committee on Health and Welfare. Approved July 2, 1989

1484

648

AN ACT relating to local governmental finances; authorizing an increase of the maximum allowable revenue from taxes ad valorem of a local government which loses revenue as a result of the incorporation of a new city; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 24–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved July 2, 1989

1487

649

AN ACT making an appropriation to the division of forestry of the state department of conservation and natural resources for the payment of various expenses; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 258–Assemblymen Dini, Jeffrey, Nevin, Bergevin, Spinello, Myrna Williams, Swain and Sedway. Approved July 2, 1989

1488

650

AN ACT relating to hazardous waste; requiring the state environmental commission to adopt regulations for the certification of consultants involved in the clean up of leaks or spills of or accidents involving hazardous waste, hazardous material or a regulated substance; authorizing the use of money in the fund for the management of hazardous waste to respond to certain leaks and to pay costs of certain services provided by consultants; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 734–Assemblymen Humke, Adler, Triggs, McGinness, Spriggs, Freeman, Diamond, Sader, Sedway, Spinello, Marvel, DuBois, Swain, Myrna Williams, Schofield and Regan. Approved July 2, 1989

1488

651

AN ACT relating to the legislature; increasing the compensation of the employees of the legislature; authorizing the legislative commission to enter into agreements to acquire property for the support of the legislature and its staff; revising the composition of the audit subcommittee of the legislative commission; expanding the duties of the legislative auditor to conform to the duties of the other divisions chiefs of the legislative counsel bureau; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 923–Committee on Legislative Functions. Approved July 2, 1989

1492

652

AN ACT relating to taxation; imposing a tax on the transfer of property for which a credit on the federal generation-skipping transfer tax may be claimed; revising the provisions governing liens for estate taxes owed to the state; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 940–Assemblyman Swain. Approved July 2, 1989

1495

653

AN ACT relating to state financial administration; increasing the allowable size of a petty cash account of a state agency; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 951–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved July 2, 1989

1501

654

AN ACT relating to the county motor vehicle fuel tax; providing for an increase in such a tax; requiring the approval of the registered voters of the county to increase the tax under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 347–Committee on Taxation. Approved July 2, 1989

1502

655

AN ACT relating to veterans’ cemeteries; making an appropriation to complete the development of land for veterans’ cemeteries in northern and southern Nevada; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 418–Senators Vergiels, Rawson, Horn, Beyer, Coffin, Getto, Hickey, Jacobsen, Joerg, Malone, Mello, Neal, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend and Wagner. Approved July 2, 1989

1503

656

AN ACT relating to taxation; making various changes to the provisions concerning the tax imposed when real property is conveyed; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 432–Committee on Taxation. Approved July 2, 1989

1503

657

AN ACT relating to emergency medical services; clarifying the scope of authority of local boards of health; exempting the records of certain committees relating to emergency medical services from discovery; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 500–Senator Jacobsen. Approved July 2, 1989

1505

658

AN ACT relating to taxes on retail sales; clarifying that certain retailers are deemed to maintain an agent or place of business in this state requiring the collection of the use tax and certain analogous taxes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 444–Senators Joerg, Beyer, Coffin, Getto, Raggio, Shaffer and Smith. Approved July 2, 1989

1506

659

AN ACT relating to crimes; extending the period during which an application for compensation for certain victims of crime must be filed; authorizing the payment of compensation for psychological counseling for certain relatives of victims of crime; requiring compensation officers to receive instruction in the methods of interviewing victims of crime; prohibiting the abuse or neglect of a child by a minor; making various changes concerning the punishment and eligibility for parole of a person convicted of certain offenses concerning minors; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 436–Committee on Judiciary. Approved July 2, 1989

1509

660

AN ACT relating to state personnel; increasing the subsistence allowance for state officers and employees who are traveling on state business; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 50–Assemblymen Adler, Sheerin, Gaston, Regan, Bergevin, Freeman, Porter, Banner, Swain, Spinello, Wendell Williams, Nevin, Gibbons, Brookman, Garner, Thompson, Arberry, Myrna Williams, Kissam, Evans, Sedway, Diamond and Dini. Approved July 2, 1989

1513

661

AN ACT relating to cigarettes; prohibiting the sale of cigarettes by a wholesale dealer below cost; prohibiting a retail dealer from purchasing cigarettes below cost to the wholesale dealer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 287–Committee on Commerce. Approved July 2, 1989

1514

662

AN ACT relating to state museums; revising the provisions governing the administration of the department of museums and history; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 578–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved July 2, 1989

1518

663

AN ACT relating to the state fire marshal; expanding his authority regarding certain training programs; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 586–Assemblymen Dini, Jeffrey, Adler and Thompson. Approved July 2, 1989

1522

664

AN ACT relating to the control of floods; exempting certain contracts of a flood control district from bidding and other requirements; expanding the authority of the board of directors of a district relating to the acquisition and construction of projects for the control of flood and storm waters; permitting a board to authorize certain changes to a facility without amending the master plan of the district; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 628–Assemblymen McGaughey, Thompson, Schofield, Garner, Regan, Dini, Brookman, Myrna Williams, Banner, Freeman, Humke, Wendell Williams, Spinello, Kerns, DuBois, Fay, Marvel, Gibbons, Carpenter, Gaston, Porter, Evans, Swain, Bergevin, Nevin, Sedway, Diamond, Spriggs, Wisdom, Lambert, McGinness, Bogaert, Adler, Arberry, Triggs, Kissam, Sheerin, Price, Callister and Chowning. Approved July 2, 1989

1523

665

AN ACT relating to taxes on fuels; revising the definition of “dealer” to include certain persons who produce ethyl alcohol; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 656–Assemblyman Price. Approved July 2, 1989

1526

666

AN ACT relating to unemployment compensation; creating a fund to establish an employment training program for claimants; requiring certain employers to make payments to the fund; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 679–Committee on Labor and Management. Approved July 2, 1989

1527

667

AN ACT relating to taxation of minerals; allowing quarterly reporting of the actual production, gross yield and net proceeds of certain mines to determine additional estimated tax liability; establishing a penalty for underestimating the amount of the tax; requiring that certain larger mines pay tax at the highest rate regardless of its ratio of net proceeds to gross proceeds; creating a trust fund into which must be deposited a portion of the state’s share of revenue from the tax on the net proceeds of minerals; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 770–Assemblyman Sheerin. Approved July 2, 1989

1536

668

AN ACT relating to psychologists; providing for licensure of psychologists; extending the terms of members of the board of psychological examiners; prohibiting a person from serving on the board who has a conflict of interests; stating the rights of a psychologist named in a complaint; providing for the waiver of a written examination in certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 799–Committee on Commerce. Approved July 2, 1989

1539

669

AN ACT relating to pupils; requiring schools to admit handicapped minors to programs of special education; reducing the minimum age for admission to such programs; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 55–Committee on Finance. Approved July 2, 1989

1554

670

AN ACT relating to excavations; granting immunity from liability to a person or governmental entity which fences or otherwise secures a dangerous condition at an abandoned mine under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 469–Committee on Natural Resources. Approved July 2, 1989

1556

671

AN ACT relating to public employees’ retirement; allowing any employee with 5 years of contributing creditable service to purchase up to 5 years of service; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 633–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved July 2, 1989

1556

672

AN ACT relating to local governmental finance; revising the limitation on the amount of revenue certain local governments may receive from taxes ad valorem for operating expenses; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 276–Committee on Taxation. Approved July 2, 1989

1564

673

AN ACT relating to casualty insurance; prohibiting an insurer from requiring that a claimant’s insurer waive its right to subrogation to the claimant’s rights as a condition of payment of a claim; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 402–Assemblymen Porter and Callister. Approved July 2, 1989

1567

674

AN ACT relating to state board of pharmacy; making information obtained during an investigation by the board confidential; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 561–Committee on Commerce. Approved July 2, 1989

1568

675

AN ACT relating to highways and roads; providing for designation of the Lovell Summit Road in Clark County as state route 94; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 587–Assemblymen Kissam, Nevin and Spriggs. Approved July 2, 1989

1569

676

AN ACT relating to marriage and family therapists; making information obtained during an investigation by the board of examiners for marriage and family therapists confidential; revising certain provisions governing licensing; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 634–Assemblyman Gaston (by request). Approved July 2, 1989

1569

677

AN ACT relating to minors; requiring certain information to be included in the petition for the compromise of a claim of a minor; requiring the petitioner to submit health care and medical records to the court if the case involves a personal injury to the minor; requiring the establishment of a blocked trust account with the proceeds of the compromise; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 663–Assemblyman Gaston (by request). Approved July 2, 1989

1571

678

AN ACT relating to the state controller; revising the provisions governing the storage and access to certain records concerning federal revenue and income tax laws; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 707–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved July 2, 1989

1573

679

AN ACT relating to physical therapists; providing for licensing of physical therapists; limiting the licensing of physical therapists without examination; revising various requirements for licensing; exempting certain proceedings of the state board of physical therapy examiners from the open meeting law; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 713–Assemblyman Diamond. Approved July 2, 1989

1574

680

AN ACT relating to peace officers; expanding the group of persons defined as “peace officers” for the purposes of certain rights of employees; revises provisions regarding the requirement that a peace officer submit to a polygraph examination under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 796–Committee on Judiciary. Approved July 2, 1989

1582

681

AN ACT relating to taxation; authorizing a refund of money lost by certain counties because of credits for net proceeds issued by the county for the year in which the revenue from the tax on the net proceeds of mines was transferred to the state; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 815–Assemblyman Dini. Approved July 2, 1989

1584

682

AN ACT relating to the City of Henderson; amending the charter to reduce the number of appraisals required for a conveyance of land owned by the city; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 817–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved July 2, 1989

1585

683

AN ACT relating to state employees; revising provisions concerning a request for a hearing by a state employee who is transferred, dismissed, demoted or suspended; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 859–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved July 2, 1989

1587

684

AN ACT relating to the state militia; repealing the provision exempting certain persons from service in the militia; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 895–Assemblymen Brookman, Freeman, Gibbons, Bogaert, Price, Thompson, Spinello and Callister. Approved July 2, 1989

1588

685

AN ACT making an appropriation to and authorizing certain expenditures by the division of state parks of the state department of conservation and natural resources for capital improvements and land acquisition in parks, recreational areas and historical monuments; extending the time for repayment and reversion of money previously appropriated; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 941–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved July 2, 1989

1588

686

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Supreme Court for sponsoring conferences for chief justices and court administrators; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 227–Committee on Finance. Approved July 2, 1989

1590

687

AN ACT relating to elections; authorizing a voter to demand a recount of the vote for a ballot question; providing for payment of the costs of the recount; prohibiting a second recount of the same district; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 243–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved July 2, 1989

1591

688

AN ACT relating to industrial insurance; changing the amount of an administrative fine which may be imposed against an insurer or employer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 258–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved July 2, 1989

1593

689

AN ACT relating to mining; requiring that certain filing and administrative fees be paid directly to the department of minerals for deposit with the state treasurer; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 287–Senator Jacobsen. Approved July 2, 1989

1595

690

AN ACT relating to the tax on special fuels; reducing the rate of the tax on compressed natural gas; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 307–Committee on Taxation. Approved July 2, 1989

1596

691

AN ACT relating to handicapped persons; limiting the frequency of required reports of proposed construction or remodeling by certain airports for the purpose of planning the operation of vending stands by blind persons; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 310–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved July 2, 1989

1596

692

AN ACT relating to taxes on tobacco; repealing the provision imposing a special penalty for delinquent payment of the use tax on cigarettes; changing the basis for calculating certain credits; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 353–Committee on Taxation. Approved July 2, 1989

1597

693

AN ACT relating to general improvement districts; authorizing the board of trustees of a general improvement district created wholly or in part to furnish electric light and power to annex property to the district upon the petition of certain owners of real property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 430–Senator Jacobsen. Approved July 2, 1989

1598

694

AN ACT relating to accountants; removing requirement of liability insurance for accounting corporations; allowing licensing of nonresidents; clarifying the fees charged by the Nevada state board of accountancy; providing for waiver of certain requirements for certification; prohibiting licensees from paying or accepting commissions; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 443–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved July 2, 1989

1600

695

AN ACT relating to repairs by garages; including motor homes and recreational vehicles under provisions governing repairs by garages; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 481–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved July 2, 1989

1606

696

AN ACT relating to public utilities; requiring that the plan submitted by an electrical utility to increase the supply of or reduce the demand for electricity must demonstrate the economic and environmental benefits to be realized through the use of certain efficiency measures and sources of supply; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 497–Senators Getto, Townsend, Beyer, Hickey, Horn, Joerg, O’Donnell, Smith and Vergiels. Approved July 2, 1989

1607

697

AN ACT relating to trade practices; recognizing a right of publicity in the identity of a person; requiring that the consent of a person or his successor in interest be obtained for certain commercial uses of his name, likeness or other personal characteristics; providing remedies for any unauthorized use; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 502–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved July 2, 1989

1608

698

AN ACT relating to persons licensed to sell real estate; making various changes concerning disciplinary proceedings against a licensee; clarifying the time within which a broker or owner-developer must notify the real estate division of the department of commerce of the termination of his association with a broker-salesman or salesman; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 504–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved July 2, 1989

1610

699

AN ACT relating to vehicle licensing; revising provisions concerning the issuance of license plates for radio amateurs; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 512–Senator Jacobsen. Approved July 2, 1989

1615

700

AN ACT relating to public health; changing the date by which the state board of health is required to adopt certain regulations pursuant to Senate Bill No. 56 of this session; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 525–Senator Horn. Approved July 2, 1989

1617

701

AN ACT relating to state property; expanding the legislative grounds; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 537–Senator Jacobsen. Approved July 2, 1989

1617

702

AN ACT relating to passenger cars; regulating various practices concerning the short-term lease of a passenger car; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 612–Assemblyman Nevin. Approved July 5, 1989

1618

703

AN ACT making an appropriation to the Nevada Child Seekers to aid in the location of missing and abducted children; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 95–Senator Malone. Approved July 5, 1989

1624

704

AN ACT relating to the University of Nevada; authorizing the construction of an office and laboratory building at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas; authorizing the issuance of revenue bonds to pay a portion of the cost of construction; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 724–Committee on Ways and Means. Approved July 5, 1989

1624

705

AN ACT relating to public health; prohibiting the smoking of tobacco in public buildings except in designated areas; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 25–Senators Wagner, Mello, Beyer, Coffin, Getto, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Joerg, Malone, Neal, O’Connell, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rawson, Rhoads, Shaffer, Smith, Titus, Townsend and Vergiels. Approved July 5, 1989

1626

706

AN ACT relating to property tax; requiring the county treasurer to mail notice of a pending sale of property for delinquent taxes to the owner and any holder of a lien; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 956–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved July 5, 1989

1628

707

AN ACT relating to contractors; creating a rebuttable presumption of intent concerning the sale of certain buildings by their owners; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 381–Assemblymen Arberry and McGaughey. Approved July 5, 1989

1629

708

AN ACT relating to peace officers; revising the composition, powers and duties of the peace officers’ standards and training committee; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 802–Assemblymen Spinello, Nevin, Sedway, Jeffrey, Adler, McGinness, Marvel and Callister. Approved July 5, 1989

1630

709

AN ACT relating to public health; requiring the University of Nevada School of Medicine to conduct a study of chronic fatigue syndrome; making an appropriation to conduct the study; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 35–Committee on Human Resources and Facilities. Approved July 5, 1989

1632

710

AN ACT making an appropriation to the School of Medicine of the University of Nevada System to provide primary medical care for emancipated children from foster homes; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 331–Committee on Finance. Approved July 5, 1989

1633

711

AN ACT relating to the support of dependent children; establishing a procedure to expedite the enforcement of an order for the support of a dependent child; authorizing a hearing officer or the chief of the program for the enforcement of child support to determine the paternity of a child and financial responsibility of a parent for a child; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 758–Committee on Judiciary. Approved July 5, 1989

1634

712

AN ACT relating to juries; extending to the district court in each county the authority to designate a jury commissioner empowered to select jurors from a computerized list; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 955–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved July 5, 1989

1644

713

AN ACT relating to estates in property; requiring that an instrument conveying real property contain the mailing address of the grantee and the assessor’s parcel number of the property; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 938–Committee on Judiciary. Approved July 5, 1989

1645

714

AN ACT relating to county public defenders; restricting the establishment by certain counties of the office of county public defender; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 906–Assemblyman Sheerin. Approved July 5, 1989

1646

715

AN ACT relating to state employees; authorizing persons who hold positions in the executive branch of government to work for the legislature during a legislative session without losing certain benefits; expanding eligibility to transfer from a position in the legislative branch of government to a position in the classified service; authorizing employees in the unclassified service of the executive branch of government to transfer to the classified service under the same conditions as legislative employees; placing certain restrictions on such transfers; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 899–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved July 5, 1989

1647

716

AN ACT relating to administrative law; specifying the time for filing a petition and cross-petition for judicial review; specifying the procedure for applying for a stay of the final decision of an administrative agency; exempting the state engineer from certain requirements; allowing presentation of additional evidence under certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 884–Committee on Judiciary. Approved July 5, 1989

1649

717

AN ACT relating to health care; revising provisions governing prohibitions on the transfer or refusal of patients by hospitals and physicians; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 858–Assemblyman Arberry. Approved July 5, 1989

1660

718

AN ACT relating to elections; requiring county clerks to provide the secretary of state with maps of election precincts; authorizing the secretary of state to designate the boundaries of certain election precincts; requiring election precincts to be composed only of contiguous territory; requiring the absent ballot vote to be added to the regular vote of the precinct; requiring the secretary of state to adopt regulations setting forth a standard method of mechanized reporting of the abstract of the result and the abstract of votes of elections; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 854–Assemblymen Evans, Wisdom, Lambert and Sheerin. Approved July 5, 1989

1664

719

AN ACT relating to state obligations; authorizing the director of the department of commerce to promote the establishment of privately financed fund for venture capital; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 837–Assemblymen Dini, Jeffrey, Brookman, Sedway, Spinello, Wendell Williams, Humke, Sheerin and Adler. Approved July 5, 1989

1668

720

AN ACT relating to public employment; requiring each local government employer to report certain information to the local government-employee relations board; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 808–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved July 5, 1989

1669

721

AN ACT relating to public employment; revising the procedure for the mediation of a dispute between a local government employer and an employee organization; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 807–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved July 5, 1989

1669

722

AN ACT relating to law enforcement agencies; prohibiting the manufacture, sale or possession of a counterfeit badge or identification of any law enforcement agency; providing a penalty; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 635–Committee on Judiciary. Approved July 5, 1989

1670

723

AN ACT relating to public employment; expanding the authority of the local government employee-management relations board to adopt rules and enforce its orders; permitting certain matters to be decided without a hearing; abolishing the employee-management relations advisory committee; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Bill No. 527–Committee on Government Affairs. Approved July 5, 1989

1671

724

AN ACT relating to public lands; expanding the jurisdiction of the state land use planning agency to include planning for the state to acquire federal land; expanding the powers of the legislative committee on public lands; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 113–Committee on Finance. Approved July 5, 1989

1672

725

AN ACT relating to credit unions; limiting investments in stocks and bonds; allowing the commissioner of financial institutions to determine whether an audited statement substituted for an examination is equivalent to examination by the commissioner; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 488–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved July 5, 1989

1675

726

AN ACT relating to child abuse and neglect; establishing a committee to define and make available the training necessary for persons who are required to report abuse or neglect of a child; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 472–Senators Rawson and Coffin. Approved July 5, 1989

1677

727

AN ACT relating to crimes against the person; expanding the provision which prohibits a person who claims a right to custody or visitation of a child from removing the child in certain circumstances; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 388–Committee on Judiciary. Approved July 5, 1989

1678

728

AN ACT relating to casualty insurance; requiring every policy of liability insurance covering a motor vehicle to provide for reduced premiums for certain persons 55 years of age or older; requiring the approval of the commissioner of insurance before the delivery or issuance of such a policy; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 370–Committee on Commerce and Labor. Approved July 5, 1989

1679

729

AN ACT relating to controlled substances; requiring the state board of pharmacy to regulate steroids; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 308–Senator Rawson. Approved July 5, 1989

1680

730

AN ACT relating to telecommunications; establishing the telecommunications division of the department of general services; establishing the advisory board on telecommunications; making an appropriation; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 247–Senators Beyer, Shaffer, Getto, Rawson, O’Connell, Coffin, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Joerg, Malone, Mello, Neal, O’Donnell, Raggio, Rhoads, Smith, Titus, Townsend, Vergiels and Wagner. Approved July 5, 1989

1682

731

AN ACT relating to pollution; creating a fund to be used to clean up discharged petroleum; imposing a fee upon distributors of petroleum and operators of storage tanks to support the fund; limiting payments and the amount of the fund; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 238–Senator Jacobsen. Approved July 5, 1989

1686

732

AN ACT making an appropriation to the mental hygiene and mental retardation division of the department of human resources for expenses related to the acquisition and installation of an advanced institutional management system; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Bill No. 158–Senator Rawson. Approved July 5, 1989

1691

733

AN ACT specifying sources for the payment of expenses related to the issuance of general obligation bonds for the state; and providing other mat