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                         Laws of Minnesota 1991 

                        CHAPTER 326-S.F.No. 861 
           An act relating to commerce; removing or modifying 
          certain bond requirements; amending Minnesota Statutes 
          1990, sections 6.26; 10.38; 46.08, subdivision 1; 
          84.01, subdivision 4; 115A.06, subdivision 12; 116.03, 
          subdivision 4; 233.08; 234.06; 241.08, subdivision 1; 
          246.15, subdivision 1; 257.05, subdivision 1; 280.27; 
          281.38; 299C.08; 299D.01, subdivision 4; 299D.03, 
          subdivision 1; 340A.316; 375.03; 386.06; 388.01; 
          390.05; 398.10; 473.375, subdivision 5; 480.09, 
          subdivision 2; 480.11, subdivision 1; and 488A.20, 
          subdivision 2; repealing Minnesota Statutes 1990, 
          sections 60B.08; 84.081, subdivision 2; 160.24, 
          subdivision 5; 166.04; 196.02, subdivision 2; 234.07; 
          246.03; 340A.302, subdivision 4; 383A.20, subdivision 
          8; and 514.52. 
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA: 
    Section 1.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 6.26, is 
amended to read: 
    6.26 [SALARY, BOND.] 
    The salary of the state auditor shall be as provided by 
law.  The state auditor shall give a corporate bond of $50,000 
to the state for the faithful discharge of duties.  
    Sec. 2.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 10.38, is amended 
to read: 
    10.38 [OATH OF OFFICE AND BONDS.] 
    Unless otherwise provided by law, the several officials 
mentioned in Laws 1925, chapter 426, shall take the oath of 
office and give bond, if required, in such sum as the 
commissioner of administration may prescribe.  
    Sec. 3.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 46.08, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  [ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER, EXAMINERS AND 
OTHER EMPLOYEES.] The commissioner of commerce may appoint an 
assistant commissioner and such examiners, assistant examiners, 
stenographers, and such other employees as may be necessary to 
carry out the duties and responsibilities entrusted, subject to 
such rules as may be established by civil service with regard to 
qualifications and general fitness.  The assistant commissioner 
and examiners shall each give bond to the state in the sum of 
$10,000 and the other employees, whenever so provided, shall 
each give bond to the state in such sum as may be designated by 
the commissioner of commerce; all such bonds to be approved by 
the commissioner of commerce and filed in the office of the 
secretary of state.  During the absence or disability of the 
commissioner of commerce said assistant commissioner shall have 
charge of the office and administer its affairs.  Such examiners 
shall confine their work to those institutions which are subject 
to the supervision of the commissioner of commerce and may be 
transferred from one supervisory district to another at the 
option of said commissioner when it shall appear that the 
interest of the department of commerce shall be better served by 
so doing.  
    Sec. 4.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 84.01, 
subdivision 4, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 4.  Before entering upon the duties of office the 
commissioner of natural resources shall take and subscribe an 
oath and give bond to the state of Minnesota, to be approved by 
the governor and filed with the secretary of state, in the sum 
of $50,000 conditioned for the faithful performance of the 
duties. 
    Sec. 5.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 115A.06, 
subdivision 12, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 12.  [INSURANCE.] The director may require any 
employee to obtain and file with it an individual bond or 
fidelity insurance policy.  It may procure insurance in amounts 
it deems necessary to insure against liability of the office and 
employees or both, for personal injury or death and property 
damage or destruction, with the force and effect stated in 
chapter 466, and against risks of damage to or destruction of 
any of its property as it deems necessary.  
    Sec. 6.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 116.03, 
subdivision 4, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 4.  Before entering upon the duties of the office the 
commissioner of the pollution control agency shall take and 
subscribe an oath and give a bond to the state of Minnesota, to 
be approved by the governor and filed with the secretary of 
state, in the sum of $25,000, conditioned for the faithful 
performance of the commissioner's duties. 
    Sec. 7.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 233.08, is 
amended to read: 
    233.08 [LICENSE.] 
    No public terminal warehouse may be operated or receive 
grain for storage until the owners or parties in charge and 
operating the warehouse obtain a license from the department 
authorizing the warehouse operator to operate a warehouse under 
this chapter.  Licenses issued or renewed annually expire at 
midnight on June 30 following the date of issuance or renewal.  
Before a license may be issued, written application must be made 
to the department for a license specifying the kind of 
warehouse, the nature of its construction, its capacity and 
location, the name of the firm or corporation operating it, each 
member of the firm or officer of the corporation, and other 
facts the department requires.  The department shall act on the 
application with reasonable dispatch.  If no reason exists for 
refusing the application, a license must be issued upon the 
payment of the fee set by the commissioner.  The amount of the 
fee must be set to cover the costs of administering and 
enforcing this chapter. 
    A license may be issued only upon the warehouse operator 
furnishing to the department a bond to the state, to be approved 
by the department, in a penal sum to be fixed by the department 
but not less than $50,000 for each warehouse.  The bond must be 
conditioned on the faithful discharge of the duties of warehouse 
operator and full compliance with the laws of the state and 
rules of the department relative to the operation of public 
terminal warehouses and the delivery to parties storing grain in 
the warehouses under the terms of this chapter of the grain, an 
equal amount of the same kind and grade of grain stored, or 
payment of the value of the grain in case of failure to make the 
delivery. 
    A license may be revoked by the department for violation of 
the law or a rule of the department, but may only be revoked 
upon a written notice or complaint specifying the charges and 
after a hearing before the department.  A license may be refused 
to a warehouse operator whose license has been revoked within 
the preceding year.  If a warehouse operator applies for a 
license for more than one warehouse in the same county, only one 
bond needs to be furnished but the bond must be in proportion to 
the capacity of all warehouses. 
    Fees collected under this chapter must be paid into the 
grain buyers and storage fund established in section 232.22. 
    Sec. 8.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 234.06, is 
amended to read: 
    234.06 [MAY APPOINT LOCAL SEALER.] 
    The department may, upon the recommendation of a local 
supervisory board or upon the request in writing of ten or more 
producers of grain, appoint a local sealer for all or part of a 
county or counties.  A sealer must take an oath similar to that 
required of public officials.  A sealer appointed under this 
section has the same authority as a peace officer with respect 
to this chapter, rules adopted under it, and its enforcement.  
    Sec. 9.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 241.08, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  The chief executive officer of each 
institution under the jurisdiction of the commissioner of 
corrections shall have the care and custody of all money 
belonging to inmates thereof which may come into the chief 
executive officer's hands, keep accurate accounts thereof, and 
pay them out under rules prescribed by law under section 243.23, 
subdivision 3, or by the commissioner of corrections, taking 
vouchers therefor.  The chief executive officer shall give such 
additional bond as the commissioner may require, conditioned to 
safely keep and account for such funds.  All such money received 
by any officer or employee shall be paid to the chief executive 
officer forthwith.  Every such executive officer, at the close 
of each month, or oftener if required by the commissioner, shall 
forward to the commissioner a statement of the amount of all 
money so received and the names of the inmates from whom 
received, accompanied by a check for the amount, payable to the 
state treasurer.  On receipt of such statement, the commissioner 
shall transmit the same to the commissioner of finance, together 
with such check, who shall deliver the same to the state 
treasurer.  Upon the payment of such check, the amount shall be 
credited to a fund to be known as "Correctional Inmates Fund," 
for the institution from which the same was received.  All such 
funds shall be paid out by the state treasurer upon vouchers 
duly approved by the commissioner of corrections as in other 
cases.  The commissioner may permit a contingent fund to remain 
in the hands of the executive officer of any such institution 
from which necessary expenditure may from time to time be made.  
    Sec. 10.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 246.15, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  The chief executive officer of each 
institution under the jurisdiction of the commissioner of human 
services shall have the care and custody of all money belonging 
to inmates thereof which may come into the chief executive 
officer's hands, keep accurate accounts thereof, and pay them 
out under rules prescribed by law or by the commissioner of 
human services, taking vouchers therefor.  The chief executive 
officer shall give such additional bond as the commissioner may 
require, conditioned to safely keep and account for such funds.  
All such money received by any officer or employee shall be paid 
to the chief executive officer forthwith.  Every such executive 
officer, at the close of each month, or oftener if required by 
the commissioner, shall forward to the commissioner a statement 
of the amount of all money so received and the names of the 
inmates from whom received, accompanied by a check for the 
amount, payable to the state treasurer.  On receipt of such 
statement, the commissioner shall transmit the same to the 
commissioner of finance, together with such check, who shall 
deliver the same to the state treasurer.  Upon the payment of 
such check, the amount shall be credited to a fund to be known 
as "Inmates Fund," for the institution from which the same was 
received.  All such funds shall be paid out by the state 
treasurer upon vouchers duly approved by the commissioner of 
human services as in other cases.  The commissioner may permit a 
contingent fund to remain in the hands of the executive officer 
of any such institution from which necessary expenditure may 
from time to time be made.  
    Sec. 11.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 257.05, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  No person, except as provided by 
subdivision 2, shall bring or send into the state any child for 
the purpose of placing the child out or procuring the child's 
adoption without first obtaining the consent of the commissioner 
of human services, and such person shall conform to all rules of 
the commissioner of human services and laws of the state of 
Minnesota relating to protection of children in foster care.  
The person bringing or sending the child shall file with the 
commissioner of human services a bond to the state, approved by 
the commissioner of human services, in the penal sum of $1,000, 
conditioned that the person will not send or bring into the 
state any child who is incorrigible or unsound of mind or body 
and will remove any such child who becomes a public charge or 
who, in the opinion of the commissioner of human services, 
becomes a menace to the community prior to adoption or becoming 
of legal age; provided however, that the commissioner of human 
services may waive the filing of a bond and accept in lieu 
thereof a written guarantee of responsibility in such form as 
the commissioner shall prescribe.  Before any child shall be 
brought or sent into the state for the purpose of being placed 
in foster care, the person bringing or sending the child into 
the state shall first notify the commissioner of human services 
of the person's intention, and shall obtain from the 
commissioner of human services a certificate stating that the 
home in which the child is to be placed is, in the opinion of 
the commissioner of human services, a suitable adoptive home for 
the child if legal adoption is contemplated or that the home 
meets the commissioner's requirements for licensing of foster 
homes if legal adoption is not contemplated.  The commissioner 
is responsible for protecting the child's interests so long as 
the child remains within the state and until the child reaches 
the age of 18 or is legally adopted.  Notice to the commissioner 
shall state the name, age, and personal description of the 
child, and the name and address of the person with whom the 
child is to be placed, and such other information about the 
child and the foster home as may be required by the commissioner.
    Sec. 12.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 280.27, is 
amended to read: 
    280.27 [APPLICATIONS FOR STATE TAX DEEDS.] 
    All applications for tax deeds under this chapter shall be 
made to the commissioner of revenue and the applicant shall 
present to such official the original tax certificate and 
certified copy of the notice of expiration of redemption, with 
proof of service thereof and of the filing of such proof in the 
office of the county auditor, and certificate of such auditor 
that the time of redemption has expired and that no redemption 
has been made, and such other proof as the commissioner of 
revenue may require.  All of these papers shall be filed in the 
office of the commissioner of revenue, and shall remain therein 
as permanent records.  If the original tax certificate, or any 
assignment thereof, has been lost or destroyed, the county 
auditor shall issue a duplicate thereof, upon proof of such loss 
or destruction, by the filing in the auditor's office of an 
affidavit by such owner or some other person having knowledge of 
the facts and upon the giving of a bond, with good and 
sufficient sureties approved by the county auditor, in double 
the amount due on such certificate, payable to the county 
treasurer, for the benefit of all persons who may be damaged by 
the issuance of a duplicate certificate or assignment, 
conditioned for the payment of any damage to any such person 
resulting from such issuance.  Any such duplicate certificate or 
assignment shall be of the same force and effect as if it were 
an original.  
    Sec. 13.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 281.38, is 
amended to read: 
    281.38 [REDEMPTION MONEY TO PURCHASER; LOST CERTIFICATE.] 
    When the owner of any tax certificate is entitled to any 
money paid into the county treasury for redemption from any tax 
sale, the county auditor may draw a warrant upon the county 
treasurer in favor of such person for the amount to which the 
person is so entitled.  All moneys so paid shall be charged to 
the proper funds.  If such certificate, or any assignment 
thereof, has been lost or destroyed, the auditor shall not give 
such warrant until the person entitled to such money make and 
file with the auditor an affidavit of being the owner of such 
certificate, and that the same or such assignment is lost or 
destroyed; and, if the amount of such redemption money shall 
exceed $5, the affiant shall give a bond, with surety, approved 
by the auditor, in double the amount of such redemption money, 
payable to the treasurer, conditioned that if such certificate 
or assignment is produced to the auditor by any other person 
entitled to such redemption money as owner thereof, and a 
warrant demanded for such money, the affiant shall, on demand, 
refund the same to the treasurer.  
    Sec. 14.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 299C.08, is 
amended to read: 
    299C.08 [BONDS OF SUPERINTENDENT AND EMPLOYEES.] 
    The superintendent and each employee in the bureau whom the 
superintendent shall designate, before entering upon the 
performance of duties under sections 299C.03 to 299C.08, 
299C.10, 299C.11, 299C.17, 299C.18, and 299C.21, shall take the 
usual oath and give bond to the state, in such amount as the 
governor shall direct and approve, conditioned for the faithful 
performance of the duties.  If a surety bond is given, the 
premium thereon shall be paid as an expense of the bureau, upon 
the approval of the amount of the premium by the commissioner of 
administration.  The state, the several governmental 
subdivisions thereof, or any person damaged by any wrongful act 
or omission of either the superintendent or any of such 
employees in the performance of duties under sections 299C.03 to 
299C.20, may maintain an action on such bond for the recovery of 
damages so sustained.  
    Sec. 15.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 299D.01, 
subdivision 4, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 4.  Before entering upon the duties of office the 
chief supervisor of the Minnesota state patrol shall take and 
subscribe an oath and give bond to the state of Minnesota, to be 
approved by the commissioner of public safety and filed with the 
secretary of state, in the sum $10,000 conditioned for the 
faithful performance of duties.  
    Sec. 16.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 299D.03, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  [MEMBERS.] The commissioner is hereby 
authorized to employ and designate a chief supervisor, a chief 
assistant supervisor, and such assistant supervisors, sergeants 
and officers as are provided by law, who shall comprise the 
Minnesota state patrol.  The members of the Minnesota state 
patrol shall have the power and authority: 
     (1) As peace officers to enforce the provisions of the law 
relating to the protection of and use of trunk highways. 
     (2) At all times to direct all traffic on trunk highways in 
conformance with law, and in the event of a fire or other 
emergency, or to expedite traffic or to insure safety, to direct 
traffic on other roads as conditions may require notwithstanding 
the provisions of law. 
     (3) To serve warrants and legal documents anywhere in the 
state. 
     (4) To serve orders of the commissioner of public safety or 
the commissioner's duly authorized agents issued under the 
provisions of the Drivers License Law, the Safety Responsibility 
Act, or relating to authorized brake and light testing stations, 
anywhere in the state and to take possession of any license, 
permit or certificate ordered to be surrendered. 
     (5) To inspect official brake and light adjusting stations. 
     (6) To make appearances anywhere within the state for the 
purpose of conducting traffic safety educational programs and 
school bus clinics. 
     (7) To exercise upon all trunk highways the same powers 
with respect to the enforcement of laws relating to crimes, as 
sheriffs, constables and police officers. 
     (8) To cooperate, under instructions and rules of the 
commissioner of public safety, with all sheriffs and other 
police officers anywhere in the state, provided that said 
employees shall have no power or authority in connection with 
strikes or industrial disputes. 
     (9) To assist and aid any peace officer whose life or 
safety is in jeopardy. 
     (10) As peace officers to provide security and protection 
to the governor, governor elect, either or both houses of the 
legislature, and state buildings or property in the manner and 
to the extent determined to be necessary after consultation with 
the governor, or a designee.  Pursuant to this clause, members 
of the state patrol, acting as peace officers have the same 
powers with respect to the enforcement of laws relating to 
crimes, as sheriffs, constables and police officers have within 
their respective jurisdictions. 
     (11) To inspect school buses anywhere in the state for the 
purposes of determining compliance with vehicle equipment, 
pollution control, and registration requirements. 
     (12) As peace officers to make arrests for public offenses 
committed in their presence anywhere within the state.  Persons 
arrested for violations other than traffic violations shall be 
referred forthwith to the appropriate local law enforcement 
agency for further investigation or disposition. 
    The state may contract for state patrol members to render 
the services described in this section in excess of their 
regularly scheduled duty hours and patrol members rendering such 
services shall be compensated in such amounts, manner and under 
such conditions as the agreement provides. 
    Employees thus employed and designated shall subscribe an 
oath and furnish a bond running to the state of Minnesota, said 
bond to be approved and filed in the office of the secretary of 
state. 
    Sec. 17.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 340A.316, is 
amended to read: 
    340A.316 [SACRAMENTAL WINE.] 
    The commissioner may issue licenses for the importation and 
sale of wine exclusively for sacramental purposes.  The holder 
of a sacramental wine license may sell wine only to a rabbi, 
priest, or minister of a church, or other established religious 
organization, or individual members of a religious organization 
who conduct ceremonies in their homes, if the purchaser 
certifies in writing that the wine will be used exclusively for 
sacramental purposes in religious ceremonies.  The annual fee 
for a sacramental wine license is $25.  Each licensee must also 
post a $1,000 penal bond in favor of the state, conditioned upon 
compliance with this section.  
    A rabbi, priest, or minister of a church or other 
established religious organization may import wine exclusively 
for sacramental purposes without a license.  
    Sec. 18.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 375.03, is 
amended to read: 
    375.03 [TERM OF COMMISSIONERS.] 
    In each new county, and in each county that has an increase 
of the number of commissioners, a commissioner shall be elected 
from each odd-numbered district for a term of two years, and 
from each even-numbered district for a term of four years.  
Thereafter all commissioners shall be elected for a term of four 
years, except that elections to fill vacancies shall be for the 
unexpired term only.  In counties having a population of more 
than 150,000, every commissioner, before beginning duties, shall 
give bond to the state in the sum of $10,000, with a legally 
authorized surety company as surety, conditioned for the 
faithful performance of official duties.  The bond shall be 
approved by a judge of the district court, and together with the 
oath of office and certificate of election, be filed with the 
county recorder.  The premium on the bond shall not exceed that 
prescribed by law for county treasurers, and shall be paid by 
the county. 
    Sec. 19.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 386.06, is 
amended to read: 
    386.06 [TRACT INDEX BOOKS; CONTRACTS FOR MAKING.] 
    The board of county commissioners of any county in the 
state which does not have a tract index, belonging to the 
county, in the office of the county recorder, of lands within 
the county, is hereby authorized and empowered to cause or have 
a tract index made, and may hire, employ, or contract with any 
competent person, without advertising therefor, to prepare and 
make such tract index, and may require such person to furnish a 
bond in such form and with such sureties as the board shall 
designate and approve. 
    Sec. 20.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 388.01, is 
amended to read: 
    388.01 [ELECTION; QUALIFICATIONS; TERM; BOND.] 
    There shall be elected in each county a county attorney who 
shall be learned in the law, and whose term of office shall be 
four years and until a successor qualifies.  Before entering 
upon duties the county attorney shall give bond to the state in 
the penal sum of $1,000, to be approved by the county board, 
conditioned that the county attorney will faithfully and 
impartially discharge the duties of office and pay over without 
delay to the county treasurer all moneys received by virtue 
thereof, which bond and take an oath shall.  The oath must be 
filed for record with the county recorder. 
    Sec. 21.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 390.05, is 
amended to read: 
    390.05 [DEPUTIES.] 
    A coroner shall appoint one or more deputies.  When the 
coroner is absent or unable to act, deputies have the same 
powers and are subject to the same liabilities as coroners.  A 
deputy shall be appointed in writing.  The coroner may require 
the deputy to post bond before taking office.  The bond, oath, 
and appointment shall be filed for record with the county 
recorder.  The deputy shall act by name as deputy coroner and 
hold office at the same time as the coroner. 
    Sec. 22.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 398.10, is 
amended to read: 
    398.10 [PARK SUPERINTENDENT; EMPLOYEES.] 
    The board shall, by secret ballot, elect a park 
superintendent to serve as the chief administrative officer of 
the park district.  Such election shall be for terms of not to 
exceed two years and the superintendent shall serve at the 
pleasure of the board.  No person shall be elected 
superintendent unless the person has had at least ten years 
experience in business or in public administration, at least 
five years of which shall have been in a responsible 
administrative capacity and at least three years in the 
administration of parks or recreation.  The salary of the 
superintendent shall be set by the board.  The superintendent or 
a designee shall serve as secretary to the board.  The chair and 
the secretary shall, promptly after their selection, file with 
the secretary of state of Minnesota a bond in the penal sum of 
$10,000, with good and sufficient sureties acceptable to the 
board of park district commissioners.  
    The board shall have power to appoint such officers, agents 
and employees as it deems necessary for the proper 
administration of the district.  The officers, agents and 
employees shall perform such duties and receive such 
compensation as the board may determine and shall be removable 
at the pleasure of the board.  
    Sec. 23.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 473.375, 
subdivision 5, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 5.  [INSURANCE.] The board may require any employee 
to obtain and file with it an individual bond or fidelity 
insurance policy.  It may procure insurance in the amounts 
it deems considers necessary against the liability of the board 
or its officers and employees for personal injury or death and 
property damage or destruction, with the force and effect stated 
in chapter 466, and against risks of damage to or destruction of 
any of its facilities, equipment, or other property.  
    Sec. 24.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 480.09, 
subdivision 2, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 2.  The justices of the supreme court shall appoint a 
state law librarian to serve at their pleasure.  The law 
librarian shall give bond to the state in an amount not less 
than $2,000, to be approved by the chief justice, conditioned 
for the faithful performance of official duties.  Subject to the 
approval of the justices, the librarian may appoint an assistant 
librarian who shall perform the librarian's duties when the 
librarian is absent or disabled, and, subject to the approval of 
the justices, the librarian may employ necessary assistants.  
    Sec. 25.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 480.11, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  [BOND; FILES.] The reporter of its 
decisions, appointed by the supreme court, shall give bond to 
the state in the sum of $500, to be approved by the governor, 
conditioned for the faithful discharge of duties.  The reporter 
shall be entitled to the possession, for a reasonable time, of 
the files of the court in all cases decided.  
    Sec. 26.  Minnesota Statutes 1990, section 488A.20, 
subdivision 2, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 2.  [OATH, BOND.] (a) The administrator and other 
employees of the court shall each take and subscribe an oath to 
support the Constitutions of the United States and the state of 
Minnesota and to perform faithfully the duties of office.  
    (b) The administrator and other employees of the court 
exclusive of court reporters shall each give bond to the county 
of Ramsey in such sum and with such surety as the county board 
directs, conditioned upon the faithful discharge of official 
duties and for payment as required by law or order of the court 
of all moneys coming into the administrator's or other 
employee's hands.  
    (c) Neither the administrator nor other employees of the 
court shall may not enter upon their official duties until their 
respective appointment, and oath, and bond are filed with the 
county auditor.  
    Sec. 27.  [REPEALER.] 
    Minnesota Statutes 1990, sections 60B.08; 84.081, 
subdivision 2; 160.24, subdivision 5; 166.04; 196.02, 
subdivision 2; 234.07; 246.03; 340A.302, subdivision 4; 383A.20, 
subdivision 8; and 514.52, are repealed. 
    Presented to the governor May 30, 1991 
    Signed by the governor June 3, 1991, 9:42 a.m.