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    Laws of Minnesota 1993 

                        CHAPTER 266-H.F.No. 1709 
           An act relating to the organization and operation of 
          state government; appropriating money for the 
          department of transportation and other agencies with 
          certain conditions; modifying funds; creating a 
          justice information policy group; providing for 
          regulation of certain activities and practices; 
          increasing fees; amending Minnesota Statutes 1992, 
          sections 11A.21, subdivision 1; 161.081; 161.39, by 
          adding a subdivision; 168.345, by adding a 
          subdivision; 169.121, subdivision 7; 169.123, 
          subdivision 5a; 171.02, subdivision 1; 171.06, 
          subdivisions 2 and 4; 171.07, by adding a subdivision; 
          171.11; 171.12, by adding a subdivision; 171.22, 
          subdivision 1; 171.26; 174.02, by adding a 
          subdivision; 241.021, subdivision 1; 296.02, 
          subdivision 1a; 296.025, subdivision 1a; and 299C.10; 
          Laws 1992, chapter 513, article 3, section 77; 
          proposing coding for new law in Minnesota Statutes, 
          chapter 299C; repealing Minnesota Statutes 1992, 
          sections 171.20, subdivision 1; 296.01, subdivision 4; 
          and 296.026. 
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA: 
     Section 1.  [TRANSPORTATION AND OTHER AGENCIES; 
APPROPRIATIONS.] 
    The sums shown in the columns marked "APPROPRIATIONS" are 
appropriated from the general fund, or another named fund, to 
the agencies and for the purposes specified in this act, to be 
available for the fiscal years indicated for each purpose.  The 
figures "1993," "1994," and "1995," where used in this act, mean 
that the appropriation or appropriations listed under them are 
available for the year ending June 30, 1993, June 30, 1994, or 
June 30, 1995, respectively.  

                             SUMMARY BY FUND
            1993        1994          1995           TOTAL
General    $630,000  $ 74,582,000   $ 66,851,000   $142,063,000
Airports    385,000    16,884,000     15,681,000     32,950,000 
C.S.A.H.              246,890,000    247,890,000    494,780,000 
Environmental             240,000        240,000        480,000 
Highway User           11,551,000     11,458,000     23,009,000 
M.S.A.S.               71,990,000     71,990,000    143,980,000 
Special Revenue         1,252,000      1,252,000      2,504,000 
Trunk Highway         754,472,000    760,022,000  1,514,494,000 
Transfers to Other
Direct                 (2,398,000)    (2,346,000)    (4,744,000)
TOTAL    1,015,000  1,173,767,000  1,174,734,000  2,349,516,000
                                           APPROPRIATIONS 
                                       Available for the Year 
                                           Ending June 30 
                                          1994         1995 
Sec. 2.  TRANSPORTATION 
Subdivision 1.  Total 
Appropriation             385,000  1,036,111,000  1,040,203,000
 The appropriations in this section are 
from the trunk highway fund, except 
when another fund is named. 
              Summary by Fund
General              11,659,000     9,192,000
Airports   385,000   16,884,000    15,681,000
C.S.A.H.            246,890,000   247,890,000
Environmental           200,000       200,000
M.S.A.S.             71,990,000    71,990,000
Trunk Highway       688,488,000   695,250,000
 The amounts that may be spent from this 
appropriation for each program are 
specified in the following subdivisions.
Subd. 2.  Aeronautics     385,000     16,692,000     15,487,000
 This appropriation is from the state 
airports fund.  
 The amounts that may be spent from this 
appropriation for each activity are as 
follows:  
(a) Airport Development and Assistance 
   1993       1994           1995
  385,000  11,005,000     10,841,000
 $385,000 is appropriated for fiscal 
year 1993 from the state airports fund, 
to be used in conjunction with funds 
provided by the Canadian government for 
airport construction at the Piney-Pine 
Creek Border Airport, and is available 
until the project is either completed 
or abandoned. 
 $1,887,000 the first year and 
$2,146,000 the second year are for 
navigational aids.  
 $6,810,000 the first year and 
$6,387,000 the second year are for 
airport construction grants.  
 $2,100,000 the first year and 
$2,100,000 the second year are for 
airport maintenance grants. 
 If the appropriation for either year 
for navigational aids, airport 
construction grants, or airport 
maintenance grants is insufficient, the 
appropriation for the other year is 
available for it.  The appropriations 
for construction grants and maintenance 
grants must be expended only for 
grant-in-aid programs for airports that 
are not state owned. 
 These appropriations must be expended 
in accordance with Minnesota Statutes, 
section 360.305, subdivision 4. 
 The commissioner of transportation may 
transfer unencumbered balances among 
the appropriations for airport 
development and assistance with the 
approval of the governor after 
consultation with the legislative 
advisory commission.  
 $8,000 the first year and $8,000 the 
second year are for maintenance of the 
Pine Creek Airport.  
 $200,000 the first year and $200,000 
the second year are for air service 
grants. 
(b) Civil Air Patrol 
        65,000         65,000
(c) Aeronautics Administration 
     5,622,000      4,581,000
 Of the appropriation for the first 
year, $1,200,000 is for the purchase of 
an office building to house the office 
of aeronautics. 
 $15,000 the first year and $15,000 the 
second year are for the advisory 
council on metropolitan airport 
planning.  The commissioner of 
transportation shall transfer these 
funds to the legislative coordinating 
commission by July 15 of each year. 
Subd. 3.  Transit                    11,537,000      9,089,000
              Summary by Fund
General              11,239,000      8,789,000
Trunk Highway           298,000        300,000
 The amounts that may be spent from this 
appropriation for each activity are as 
follows:  
(a) Greater Minnesota Transit
Assistance 
    10,644,000     8,394,000
 This appropriation is from the general 
fund.  
(b) Transit Administration   
       693,000       695,000
              Summary by Fund
General                 395,000       395,000
Trunk Highway           298,000       300,000 
(c) Light Rail Transit 
       200,000 
This appropriation is from the general 
fund and is to match federal funds for 
the planning and design of a 
metropolitan light rail transit 
system.  This amount is available only 
if Hennepin county provides $400,000 
and Ramsey county provides $200,000 to 
the commissioner of transportation for 
this purpose. 
Subd. 4.  Railroads and Waterways  
     1,134,000      1,134,000
              Summary by Fund
General                 241,000       241,000
Trunk Highway           893,000       893,000 
Subd. 5.  Motor Carrier Regulation
     2,177,000      2,177,000
              Summary by Fund
General                 107,000        107,000
Trunk Highway         2,070,000      2,070,000
Subd. 6.  Local Roads        
   319,950,000    320,950,000
              Summary by Fund
C.S.A.H.            246,890,000   247,890,000
M.S.A.S.             71,990,000    71,990,000
Trunk Highway         1,070,000     1,070,000 
 The amounts that may be spent from this 
appropriation for each activity are as 
follows:  
(a) County State Aids 
   246,890,000    247,890,000
 This appropriation is from the county 
state-aid highway fund and is available 
until spent.  
(b) Municipal State Aids 
    71,990,000    71,990,000
 This appropriation is from the 
municipal state-aid street fund and is 
available until spent.  
 If an appropriation for either county 
state aids or municipal state aids does 
not exhaust the balance in the fund 
from which it is made in the year for 
which it is made, the commissioner of 
finance, upon request of the 
commissioner of transportation, shall 
notify the committee on finance of the 
senate and the committee on ways and 
means of the house of representatives 
of the amount of the remainder and 
shall then add that amount to the 
appropriation.  The amount added is 
appropriated for the purposes of county 
state aids or municipal state aids, as 
appropriate.  
(c) State Aid Technical Assistance 
     1,070,000      1,070,000
Subd. 7.  State Road Construction    360,961,000    363,335,000
              Summary by Fund
Environmental           200,000       200,000 
Trunk Highway       360,761,000   363,135,000 
 The amounts that may be spent from this 
appropriation for each activity are as 
follows:  
(a) State Road Construction 
   338,295,000    337,863,000
              Summary by Fund
Environmental           200,000       200,000
Trunk Highway       338,095,000   337,663,000 
 It is estimated that the appropriation 
from the trunk highway fund will be 
funded as follows:  
Federal Highway Aid 
   185,000,000    185,000,000
Highway User Taxes 
   153,095,000    152,663,000
 The commissioner of transportation 
shall notify the chair of the committee 
on finance of the senate and chair of 
the committee on ways and means of the 
house of representatives promptly of 
any events that should cause these 
estimates to change. 
 This appropriation is for the actual 
construction, reconstruction, and 
improvement of trunk highways.  This 
includes the cost of actual payment to 
landowners for lands acquired for 
highway right-of-way, payment to 
lessees, interest subsidies, and 
relocation expenses.  
(b) Highway Debt Service 
     14,380,000     17,186,000
 $14,380,000 the first year and 
$12,486,000 the second year are for 
transfer to the state bond fund. 
 If this appropriation is insufficient 
to make all transfers required in the 
year for which it is made, the 
commissioner of finance shall notify 
the committee on finance of the senate 
and the committee on ways and means of 
the house of representatives of the 
amount of the deficiency and shall then 
transfer that amount under the 
statutory open appropriation.  
 Any excess appropriation must be 
canceled to the trunk highway fund. 
(c) Highway Program Administration 
     2,042,000      2,042,000
 $243,000 the first year and $243,000 
the second year are available for 
grants for transportation studies 
outside the metropolitan area for 
transportation studies to identify 
critical concerns, problems, and 
issues.  These grants are available to 
(1) regional development commissions, 
and (2) in regions where no regional 
development commission is functioning, 
joint-powers boards established under 
agreement of two or more political 
subdivisions in the region to exercise 
the planning functions of a regional 
development commission. 
$180,000 the first year and $180,000 
the second year are available for 
grants to metropolitan planning 
organizations outside the seven-county 
metropolitan area. 
(d) Transportation Data Analysis 
     3,279,000      3,279,000
(e) Research and Strategic Initiatives
     2,965,000      2,965,000
 $75,000 the first year and $75,000 the 
second year are for a transportation 
research contingent account to finance 
research projects that are reimbursable 
from the federal government or from 
other sources.  If the appropriation 
for either year is insufficient, the 
appropriation for the other year is 
available for it. 
Subd. 8.  Highway Program Delivery   115,223,000    115,268,000
(a) Design Engineering
    50,493,000     50,538,000
(b) Construction Engineering
    64,730,000     64,730,000
Subd. 9.  State Road Operations      167,580,000    171,950,000
              Summary by Fund
Trunk Highway       167,554,000   171,941,000
General                  26,000         9,000
(a) State Road Operations
       157,994,000    162,381,000
(b) Electronic Communications
         3,365,000      3,348,000
              Summary by Fund
General                  26,000         9,000
Trunk Highway         3,339,000     3,339,000
$26,000 the first year and $9,000 the 
second year are for equipment and 
operation of the Roosevelt signal tower 
for Lake of the Woods weather 
broadcasting. 
(c) Traffic Engineering
     6,221,000      6,221,000
Subd. 10.  Equipment                  15,493,000     15,493,000
              Summary by Fund
General                   5,000         5,000
Airports                 59,000        59,000 
Trunk Highway        15,429,000    15,429,000 
 If the appropriation for either year is 
insufficient, the appropriation for the 
other year is available for it. 
Subd. 11.  General Administration    25,364,000     25,320,000
              Summary by Fund
General                  41,000        41,000
Airports                133,000       135,000 
Trunk Highway        25,190,000    25,144,000
 The amounts that may be spent from this 
appropriation for each activity are as 
follows:  
(a) General Management       
    15,022,000     15,022,000
(b) General Services 
     8,718,000      8,672,000
              Summary by Fund
General                  41,000        41,000
Airports                 75,000        75,000 
Trunk Highway         8,602,000     8,556,000 
 $2,045,000 the first year and 
$2,045,000 the second year are for data 
processing development.  If the 
appropriation for either year is 
insufficient, the appropriation for the 
other year is available for it. 
 The commissioner of transportation 
shall manage the department of 
transportation in such a manner as to 
provide seasonal employees of the 
department with the maximum feasible 
amount of employment security 
consistent with the efficient delivery 
of department programs. 
(c) Legal Services 
     1,566,000      1,566,000
 This appropriation is for the purchase 
of legal services from or through the 
attorney general.  
(d) Air Transportation Services 
        58,000         60,000
 This appropriation is from the state 
airports fund.  
Subd. 12.  Transfers
 The commissioner of transportation with 
the approval of the commissioner of 
finance may transfer unencumbered 
balances among the appropriations from 
the trunk highway fund and the state 
airports fund made in this section.  No 
transfer may be made from the 
appropriation for trunk highway 
development.  No transfer may be made 
from the appropriations for debt 
service to any other appropriation.  
Transfers may not be made between funds.
Transfers must be reported immediately 
to the committee on finance of the 
senate and the committee on ways and 
means of the house of representatives.  
Subd. 13.  Contingent Appropriation
 The commissioner of transportation, 
with the approval of the governor after 
consultation with the legislative 
advisory commission, may transfer all 
or part of the unappropriated balance 
in the trunk highway fund to an 
appropriation for trunk highway design, 
construction, or inspection in order to 
take advantage of an unanticipated 
receipt of income to the trunk highway 
fund, or to trunk highway maintenance 
in order to meet an emergency, or to 
pay tort or environmental claims.  The 
amount transferred is appropriated for 
the purpose of the account to which it 
is transferred. 
Sec. 3.  REGIONAL TRANSIT BOARD 
Subdivision 1.  Total 
Appropriation                         32,792,000     27,891,000
Subd. 2.  Regular Route
    15,492,000     12,307,000 
Of this amount, $14,692,000 the first 
year and $12,307,000 the second year 
are for the metropolitan transit 
commission.  The regional transit board 
must not reduce this appropriation to 
the metropolitan transit commission. 
Subd. 3.  Metro Mobility
    13,800,000     12,974,000
 The regional transit board must not 
spend any money for metro mobility 
outside this appropriation. 
Subd. 4.  Community Based
and Agency Costs
     3,500,000      2,610,000
Sec. 4.  TRANSPORTATION 
REGULATION BOARD                         705,000        707,000
 This appropriation is from the trunk 
highway fund. 
Sec. 5.  PUBLIC SAFETY
Subdivision 1.  Total 
Appropriation             630,000    104,796,000    103,178,000
              Summary by Fund
              1993      1994          1995
General    630,000   30,064,000    29,701,000
Highway User         11,426,000    11,333,000 
Special Revenue       1,252,000     1,252,000 
Trunk Highway        64,412,000    63,198,000 
Environmental            40,000        40,000 
Transfers to Other 
Direct               (2,398,000)   (2,346,000)
 The amounts that may be spent from this 
appropriation for each program are 
specified in the following subdivisions.
Subd. 2.  Administration and 
Related Services 
     4,640,000      4,473,000
              Summary by Fund
General                 552,000       522,000
Highway User             19,000        19,000 
Trunk Highway         4,069,000     3,932,000 
 $326,000 the first year and $326,000 
the second year are for payment of 
public safety officer survivor benefits 
under Minnesota Statutes, section 
299A.44.  If the appropriation for 
either year is insufficient, the 
appropriation for the other year is 
available for it. 
Subd. 3.  State Patrol 
    43,781,000     42,214,000 
              Summary by Fund
General                 389,000       389,000
Highway User             90,000        90,000
Trunk Highway        43,302,000    41,735,000
 During the biennium ending June 30, 
1995, no more than five positions, 
excluding the chief patrol officer, in 
the state patrol support activity may 
be filled by state troopers. 
 During the biennium ending June 30, 
1995, the commissioner may purchase 
other motor fuel when gasohol is not 
available for the operation of state 
patrol vehicles. 
 The state patrol shall not reduce the 
hours of operation or the level of 
service at the Saginaw, Worthington, 
and Erskine weigh stations.  The 
Moorhead weigh station shall be opened 
by January 31, 1995. 
Subd. 4.  Driver and Vehicle Services 
    29,680,000     30,058,000
              Summary by Fund
General               3,567,000     3,534,000
Highway User         10,152,000    10,074,000 
Trunk Highway        15,905,000    16,394,000 
Special Revenue          56,000        56,000 
 The appropriation from the special 
revenue fund is from the bicycle 
transportation account. 
 $43,000 the first year and $43,000 the 
second year are transferred to the 
commissioner of human services for 
reimbursement for chemical use 
assessments of juveniles under 
Minnesota Statutes, section 260.151. 
Subd. 5.  Traffic Safety    
       223,000        223,000
              Summary by Fund
General                  61,000        61,000
Trunk Highway           162,000       162,000
Subd. 6.  Pipeline Safety 
       736,000        736,000
 This appropriation is from the pipeline 
safety account in the special revenue 
fund. 
Subd. 7.  Emergency Management 
   630,000     2,005,000     1,941,000 
              Summary by Fund
General    630,000      1,965,000     1,901,000
Environmental              40,000        40,000
Subd. 8.  Criminal Apprehension 
    14,647,000     14,461,000
              Summary by Fund
General              13,213,000    13,026,000
Special Revenue         460,000       460,000
Trunk Highway           974,000       975,000
 $200,000 the first year and $200,000 
the second year are for use by the 
bureau of criminal apprehension for the 
purpose of investigating 
cross-jurisdictional criminal 
activity.  Any unencumbered balance 
remaining in the first year does not 
cancel but is available for the second 
year of the biennium.  
 $366,000 the first year and $366,000 
the second year from the bureau of 
criminal apprehension account in the 
special revenue fund are for laboratory 
activities. 
 $94,000 the first year and $94,000 the 
second year from the bureau of criminal 
apprehension account in the special 
revenue fund are for grants to local 
officials for the cooperative 
investigation of cross-jurisdictional 
criminal activity.  Any unencumbered 
balance remaining in the first year 
does not cancel but is available for 
the second year. 
 $25,000 in fiscal year 1994 and $25,000 
in fiscal year 1995 are appropriated 
from the general fund to the 
commissioner of public safety to 
reimburse local correctional agencies 
for costs incurred to comply with 
section 29.  
 Of this appropriation, $110,000 in 
fiscal year 1994 and $101,000 in fiscal 
year 1995 are for the implementation of 
the seven-day fingerprint 
identification service.  
 Of this appropriation, $175,000 in 
fiscal year 1994 and $152,000 in fiscal 
year 1995 are for the costs of 
addressing workload increases in 
maintaining the BCA's computerized 
criminal history data system.  
 Of this appropriation, $129,000 in 
fiscal year 1994 and $99,000 in fiscal 
year 1995 are for the costs of 
addressing workload increases in 
maintaining the criminal justice data 
communications network.  
 Of this appropriation, $125,000 is for 
the development of a community data 
model for state, county, and local 
criminal justice information systems.  
 $50,000 in fiscal year 1994 and $47,000 
in fiscal year 1995 are appropriated 
from the general fund for transfer to 
the supreme court for the costs of 
addressing workload increases in 
maintaining the supreme court 
information system. 
Subd. 9.  Fire Marshal 
     2,495,000      2,481,000
Subd. 10.  Capitol Security 
     1,420,000      1,420,000
Subd. 11.  Liquor Control 
       636,000        636,000
Subd. 12.  Gambling Enforcement
     1,131,000      1,133,000
Subd. 13.  Drug Policy and       
Violence Prevention 
     1,494,000      1,494,000
 Of this appropriation, $852,000 in each 
year of the biennium is to be 
distributed by the commissioner, after 
consulting with the chemical abuse 
prevention resource council, as follows:
 $66,000 each year to support the work 
of the chemical abuse prevention 
resource council.  These funds may not 
be spent until the council's 
recommendation concerning the planned 
expenditures has been submitted to and 
considered by the commissioner of 
public safety; 
 $174,000 each year to the commissioner 
of health to implement work plans 
regarding fetal alcohol syndrome 
research, training, public outreach, 
and policy development.  These funds 
may not be spent until the council's 
recommendation concerning the planned 
expenditures has been submitted to and 
considered by the commissioner of 
health; and 
 $612,000 each year to the commissioner 
of human services.  These funds may not 
be spent until the council's 
recommendation concerning the planned 
expenditures has been submitted to and 
considered by the commissioner of human 
services.  Of this amount, $100,000 
shall be used to develop a chemical 
health index model as required by 
Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 
299A.325, or other law; $75,000 shall 
be used to encourage treatment programs 
to expand their diagnostic methods and 
treatment scope to treat individuals 
using combined mental health and 
chemical dependency programs; $75,000 
is for treatment programs for pregnant 
women and women with children; $75,000 
is for treatment programs for 
chemically dependent children from ages 
six to 12; and $287,000 is for 
treatment programs for high-risk youth 
under Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 
254A.14, subdivision 3. 
Subd. 14.  Crime Victims Services 
     1,835,000      1,835,000
 Notwithstanding any other law to the 
contrary, the crime victims reparations 
board shall, to the extent possible, 
distribute the appropriation in equal 
monthly increments. 
 In no case shall the total awards 
exceed the appropriation made in this 
subdivision. 
Subd. 15.  Crime Victims Ombudsman 
        73,000         73,000
Subd. 16.  Deficiency Appropriation 
$630,000 is appropriated from the 
general fund to the commissioner of 
public safety for fiscal year 1993.  Of 
this appropriation, $545,000 is to 
match federal funds, for tornado damage 
in Southwestern Minnesota as provided 
by Presidential Disaster Declaration 
DSR946, awarded on June 22, 1992, and 
$85,000 is to match federal funds for 
winter storm damage as provided by 
Presidential Disaster Declaration 
DSR929, awarded December 26, 1991. 
Subd. 17.  Transfers 
The commissioner of public safety may 
transfer unencumbered balances among 
the programs specified in this section 
after getting the approval of the 
commissioner of finance.  The 
commissioner of finance shall not 
approve a transfer unless the 
commissioner believes that it will 
carry out the intent of the 
legislature.  The transfer must be 
reported immediately to the committee 
on finance of the senate and the house 
of representatives ways and means 
committee. 
Subd. 18.  Reimbursements 
 (a) $1,233,000 the first year and 
$1,196,000 the second year are 
appropriated from the general fund for 
transfer by the commissioner of finance 
to the trunk highway fund on January 1, 
1994, and January 1, 1995, 
respectively, in order to reimburse the 
trunk highway fund for expenses not 
related to the fund.  These represent 
amounts appropriated out of the trunk 
highway fund for general fund purposes 
in the administration and related 
services program.  
 (b) $449,000 the first year and 
$434,000 the second year are 
appropriated from the highway user tax 
distribution fund for transfer by the 
commissioner of finance to the trunk 
highway fund on January 1, 1994, and 
January 1, 1995, respectively, in order 
to reimburse the trunk highway fund for 
expenses not related to the fund.  
These represent amounts appropriated 
out of the trunk highway fund for 
highway user fund purposes in the 
administration and related services 
program. 
 (c) $716,000 the first year and 
$716,000 the second year are 
appropriated from the highway user tax 
distribution fund for transfer by the 
commissioner of finance to the general 
fund on January 1, 1994, and January 1, 
1995, respectively, in order to 
reimburse the general fund for expenses 
not related to the fund.  These 
represent amounts appropriated out of 
the general fund for operation of the 
criminal justice data network related 
to driver and motor vehicle licensing. 
Sec. 6.  PRIVATE DETECTIVE AND   
PROTECTIVE AGENT SERVICES BOARD           67,000        67,000
Sec. 7.  MINNESOTA SAFETY  
COUNCIL                                   67,000        67,000
 This appropriation is from the trunk 
highway fund. 
Sec. 8.  GENERAL CONTINGENT 
ACCOUNTS                                 325,000       325,000
 The appropriations in this section may 
only be spent with the approval of the 
governor after consultation with the 
legislative advisory commission 
pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, section 
3.30. 
 If an appropriation in this section for 
either year is insufficient, the 
appropriation for the other year is 
available for it.  
              Summary by Fund
Trunk Highway Fund  
       200,000        200,000
Highway User Tax Distribution Fund 
       125,000        125,000
Sec. 9.  TORT CLAIMS                    600,000        600,000
 To be spent by the commissioner of 
finance.  
 This appropriation is from the trunk 
highway fund. 
 If the appropriation for either year is 
insufficient, the appropriation for the 
other year is available for it. 
Sec. 10.  UNCODIFIED LANGUAGE 
 All uncodified language contained in 
sections 1 to 9 expires on June 30, 
1995, unless a different expiration is 
explicit. 
    Sec. 11.  [EFFECTIVE DATE FOR 1993 APPROPRIATIONS.] 
    Any appropriation in this act for fiscal year 1993 is 
effective the day following final enactment. 
    Sec. 12.  [STONE ARCH BRIDGE; REVERSION.] 
    Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, any provision in a 
deed of conveyance of legal title to the James J. Hill stone 
arch bridge from Hennepin county to the commissioner of 
transportation that provides for reversion of the bridge to the 
county is void. 
    Sec. 13.  Laws 1992, chapter 513, article 3, section 77, is 
amended to read: 
    Sec. 77.  [STONE ARCH BRIDGE.] 
    Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, the board of 
Hennepin county commissioners, in its capacity as the county 
board or as the Hennepin county regional rail authority, shall 
transfer legal title to the James J. Hill stone arch bridge to 
the commissioner of transportation for a consideration of 
$1,001.  The deed of conveyance shall provide for reversion of 
the property to the county in the event the county has need of 
the bridge for light rail transit.  The commissioner shall by 
order prohibit use of the bridge by motorized traffic, except 
that the commissioner may permit use of the bridge by the 
following vehicles if the commissioner determines that such use 
will not adversely affect the design of the bridge:  (1) 
vehicles used exclusively to transport persons with physical 
disabilities; (2) maintenance vehicles; and (3) a low-speed, 
motorized, rubber-tire bus that crosses the bridge not more than 
ten times each day. 
    Sec. 14.  Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 11A.21, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  [CERTIFICATION OF HIGHWAY FUNDS.] The 
commissioner of transportation shall certify to the state board 
those portions of the highway user tax distribution fund 
established pursuant to article XIV, section 5 of the 
Constitution of the state of Minnesota; the trunk highway fund 
established pursuant to article XIV, section 6 of the 
Constitution of the state of Minnesota,; the county state-aid 
highway fund established pursuant to article XIV, section 7 of 
the Constitution of the state of Minnesota; and the municipal 
state-aid street fund established pursuant to article XIV, 
section 8 of the Constitution of the state of Minnesota, which 
in the judgment of the commissioner are not required for 
immediate use.  
    Sec. 15.  Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 161.081, is 
amended to read: 
    161.081 [HIGHWAY USER TAX, DISTRIBUTION OF PORTION OF 
PROCEEDS, INVESTMENT.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [DISTRIBUTION OF FIVE PERCENT.] Pursuant to 
article 14, section 5, of the constitution, five percent of the 
net highway user tax distribution fund is set aside, and 
apportioned as follows: 
    (1) 28 percent to the trunk highway fund; 
    (2) 64 percent to a separate account in the county 
state-aid highway fund to be known as the county turnback 
account, which account in the state treasury is hereby created; 
    (3) 8 percent to a separate account in the municipal 
state-aid street fund to be known as the municipal turnback 
account, which account in the state treasury is hereby created.  
    Subd. 2.  [INVESTMENT.] Upon the request of the 
commissioner, money in the highway user tax distribution fund 
shall be invested by the state board of investment in those 
securities authorized for that purpose in section 11A.21.  All 
interest and profits from the investments must be credited to 
the highway user tax distribution fund.  The state treasurer 
shall be the custodian of all securities purchased under this 
section. 
    Sec. 16.  Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 161.39, is 
amended by adding a subdivision to read: 
    Subd. 5b.  [REIMBURSEMENT FOR SERVICES.] The office of 
electronic communication in the department of transportation may 
perform work for other state agencies and, to the extent that 
these services are performed beyond the level for which money 
was appropriated, may deposit revenue generated from this source 
as dedicated receipts to the account from which it was spent. 
    Sec. 17.  Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 168.345, is 
amended by adding a subdivision to read: 
    Subd. 3.  [REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION; SURCHARGE ON FEE.] The 
commissioner shall impose a surcharge of 25 cents on each fee 
charged by the commissioner under section 13.03, subdivision 3, 
for copies or electronic transmittal of public information 
concerning motor vehicle registrations.  This surcharge only 
applies to a fee imposed in responding to a request made in 
person or by mail, or to a request for transmittal through a 
computer modem.  The commissioner shall forward the surcharges 
collected under this subdivision to the commissioner of finance 
on a monthly basis.  Upon receipt, the commissioner of finance 
shall credit the surcharges to the general fund. 
    Sec. 18.  Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 169.121, 
subdivision 7, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 7.  [LICENSE REVOCATION; COURT PROCEDURES.] On behalf 
of the commissioner of public safety a court shall serve notice 
of revocation on a person convicted of a violation of this 
section unless the commissioner has already revoked the person's 
driving privileges or served the person with a notice of 
revocation for a violation of section 169.123 arising out of the 
same incident.  The court shall take the license or permit of 
the driver, if any, or obtain a sworn affidavit stating that the 
license or permit cannot be produced, and send it to the 
commissioner with a record of the conviction and issue a 
temporary license effective only for the period during which an 
appeal from the conviction may be taken.  No person who is 
without driving privileges at the time shall be issued a 
temporary license and any temporary license issued shall bear 
the same restrictions and limitations as the driver's license or 
permit for which it is exchanged. 
    The commissioner shall issue additional temporary licenses 
until the final determination of whether there shall be a 
revocation under this section. 
    The court shall invalidate the driver's license or permit 
in such a way that no identifying information is destroyed. 
    Sec. 19.  Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 169.123, 
subdivision 5a, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 5a.  [PEACE OFFICER AGENT FOR NOTICE OF REVOCATION OR 
DISQUALIFICATION.] On behalf of the commissioner of public 
safety a peace officer requiring a test or directing the 
administration of a chemical test shall serve immediate notice 
of intention to revoke and of revocation on a person who refuses 
to permit a test or on a person who submits to a test the 
results of which indicate an alcohol concentration of 0.10 or 
more.  On behalf of the commissioner of public safety, a peace 
officer requiring a test or directing the administration of a 
chemical test of a person driving, operating, or in physical 
control of a commercial motor vehicle shall serve immediate 
notice of intention to disqualify and of disqualification on a 
person who refuses to permit a test, or on a person who submits 
to a test the results of which indicate an alcohol concentration 
of 0.04 or more.  The officer shall either: 
    (1) take the driver's license or permit of the driver, if 
any, and issue a temporary license effective only for seven 
days.  The peace officer shall send the person's driver's 
license it to the commissioner of public safety along with the 
certificate required by subdivision 4, and issue a temporary 
license effective only for seven days; or 
    (2) invalidate the driver's license or permit in such a way 
that no identifying information is destroyed. 
    Sec. 20.  Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 171.02, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  [LICENSE REQUIRED.] No person, except those 
hereinafter expressly exempted, shall drive any motor vehicle 
upon any street or highway in this state unless such person has 
a license valid under the provisions of this chapter for the 
type or class of vehicle being driven.  No person shall receive 
a driver's license unless and until the person surrenders to the 
department all valid driver's licenses in possession issued to 
the person by any other jurisdiction.  All surrendered licenses 
shall be returned person's license from any jurisdiction has 
been invalidated by the department.  The department shall 
provide to the issuing department together with of any 
jurisdiction, information that the licensee is now licensed 
in new jurisdiction Minnesota.  No person shall be permitted to 
have more than one valid driver's license at any time.  No 
person to whom a current Minnesota identification card has been 
issued may receive a driver's license, other than an instruction 
permit or a limited license, unless the person surrenders to the 
department any person's Minnesota identification card issued to 
the person under section 171.07, subdivision 3 has been 
invalidated by the department. 
    Sec. 21.  Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 171.06, 
subdivision 2, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 2.  [FEES.] (a) The fees for a license and Minnesota 
identification card are as follows: 
     Classified Driver License  C-$15  CC-$19 B-$26    A-$34
                            C-$18.50 CC-$22.50 B-$29.50 A-$37.50
     Classified Under 21 D.L.   C-$15  CC-$19 B-$26    A-$14
                            C-$18.50 CC-$22.50 B-$29.50 A-$17.50
     Instruction Permit                                  $ 6 9.50
     Duplicate Driver or Under 21 License                $ 4.50
                                                         $ 8.00
     Minnesota identification card, except
      as otherwise provided in section 171.07,
      subdivisions 3 and 3a                              $ 9
                                                         $12.50
    Sec. 22.  Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 171.06, 
subdivision 4, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 4.  [APPLICATION, FILING; FEE RETAINED FOR EXPENSES.] 
Any applicant for an instruction permit, a driver's license, 
restricted license, or duplicate license may file an application 
with a court administrator of the district court or at a state 
office.  The administrator or state office shall receive and 
accept the application.  To cover all expenses involved in 
receiving, accepting, or forwarding to the department 
applications and fees, the court administrator of the district 
court may retain a county fee of $1 $3.50 for each application 
for a Minnesota identification card, instruction permit, 
duplicate license, driver license, or restricted license.  The 
amount allowed to be retained by the court administrator of the 
district court shall be paid into the county treasury and 
credited to the general revenue fund of the county.  Before the 
end of the first working day following the final day of an 
established reporting period, the court administrator shall 
forward to the department all applications and fees collected 
during the reporting period, less the amount herein allowed to 
be retained for expenses.  The court administrators of the 
district courts may appoint agents to assist in accepting 
applications, but the administrators shall require every agent 
to forward to the administrators by whom the agent is appointed 
all applications accepted and fees collected by the agent, 
except that an agent may retain one-half of the $1 county fee to 
cover the agent's expenses involved in receiving, accepting or 
forwarding the applications and fees.  The court administrators 
shall be responsible for the acts of agents appointed by them 
and for the forwarding to the department of all applications 
accepted and those fees collected by agents and by themselves as 
are required to be forwarded to the department. 
    Sec. 23.  Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 171.07, is 
amended by adding a subdivision to read: 
    Subd. 9.  [IMPROVED SECURITY.] The commissioner shall 
develop new drivers' licenses and identification cards, to be 
issued beginning January 1, 1994, that must be as impervious to 
alteration as is reasonably practicable in their design and 
quality of material and technology.  The driver's license 
security laminate shall be made from materials not readily 
available to the general public.  The design and technology 
employed must enable the driver's license and identification 
card to be subject to two or more methods of visual verification 
capable of clearly indicating the presence of tampering or 
counterfeiting.  The driver's license and identification card 
must not be susceptible to reproduction by photocopying or 
simulation and must be highly resistant to data or photograph 
substitution and other tampering. 
    Sec. 24.  Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 171.11, is 
amended to read: 
    171.11 [CHANGE OF DOMICILE OR NAME.] 
    When any person, after applying for or receiving a driver's 
license, shall change permanent domicile from the address named 
in such application or in the license issued to the person, or 
shall change a name by marriage or otherwise, such person shall, 
within 30 days thereafter, make application apply for a 
duplicate driver's license upon a form furnished by the 
department; such and pay the required fee.  The application or 
duplicate license shall show both the licensee's old address and 
new address or the former name and new name as the case may be.  
Such application for a duplicate license, upon change of address 
or change of name, shall be accompanied by all certificates of 
driver's license then in the possession of the applicant 
together with the required fee.  
    Sec. 25.  Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 171.12, is 
amended by adding a subdivision to read: 
    Subd. 8.  [REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION; SURCHARGE ON FEE.] The 
commissioner shall impose a surcharge of 25 cents on each fee 
charged by the commissioner under section 13.03, subdivision 3, 
for copies or electronic transmittal of public information 
concerning driver's license and Minnesota identification card 
applicants.  This surcharge only applies to a fee imposed in 
responding to a request made in person or by mail, or to a 
request for transmittal through a computer modem.  The 
commissioner shall forward the surcharges collected under this 
subdivision to the commissioner of finance on a monthly basis.  
Upon receipt, the commissioner of finance shall credit the 
surcharges to the general fund. 
    Sec. 26.  Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 171.22, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  [VIOLATIONS.] With regard to any driver's 
license, including a commercial driver's license, it shall be 
unlawful for any person:  
    (1) to display, cause or permit to be displayed, or have in 
possession, any: 
    (i) canceled, revoked, or suspended driver's license; 
    (ii) driver's license for which the person has been 
disqualified; or 
    (iii) fictitious or fraudulently altered driver's license 
or Minnesota identification card; 
    (2) to lend the person's driver's license or Minnesota 
identification card to any other person or knowingly permit the 
use thereof by another; 
    (3) to display or represent as one's own any driver's 
license or Minnesota identification card not issued to that 
person; 
    (4) to fail or refuse to surrender to the department, upon 
its lawful demand, any driver's license or Minnesota 
identification card which has been suspended, revoked, canceled, 
or for which the holder has been disqualified; 
    (5) to use a fictitious name or date of birth to any police 
officer or in any application for a driver's license or 
Minnesota identification card, or to knowingly make a false 
statement, or to knowingly conceal a material fact, or otherwise 
commit a fraud in any such application; 
    (6) (5) to alter any driver's license or Minnesota 
identification card; 
    (7) (6) to take any part of the driver's license 
examination for another or to permit another to take the 
examination for that person; 
    (8) (7) to make a counterfeit driver's license or Minnesota 
identification card; or 
    (9) (8) to use the name and date of birth of another person 
to any police officer for the purpose of falsely identifying 
oneself to the police officer. 
    Sec. 27.  Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 171.26, is 
amended to read: 
    171.26 [MONEY CREDITED TO FUNDS.] 
    All money received under the provisions of this chapter 
shall must be paid into the state treasury with 90 percent of 
such money and credited to the trunk highway fund, and ten 
percent credited to the general fund, except as provided in 
sections 171.06, subdivision 2a; 171.12, subdivision 8; and 
171.29, subdivision 2, paragraph (b). 
    Sec. 28.  Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 174.02, is 
amended by adding a subdivision to read: 
    Subd. 6.  [AGREEMENTS.] To facilitate the implementation of 
intergovernmental efficiencies, effectiveness, and cooperation, 
and to promote and encourage economic and technological 
development in transportation matters within and between 
governmental and nongovernmental entities: 
    (a) The commissioner may enter into agreements with other 
governmental or nongovernmental entities for research and 
experimentation; for sharing facilities, equipment, staff, data, 
or other means of providing transportation-related services; or 
for other cooperative programs that promote efficiencies in 
providing governmental services or that further development of 
innovation in transportation for the benefit of the citizens of 
Minnesota.  
    (b) In addition to funds otherwise appropriated by the 
legislature, the commissioner may accept and spend funds 
received under any agreement authorized in paragraph (a) for the 
purposes set forth in that paragraph, subject to a report of 
receipts to the commissioner of finance at the end of each 
fiscal year and, if receipts from the agreements exceed $100,000 
in a fiscal year, the commissioner shall also notify the 
governor and the committee on finance of the senate and the 
committee on ways and means of the house of representatives.  
    (c) Funds received under this subdivision must be deposited 
in the special revenue fund and are appropriated to the 
commissioner for the purposes set forth in this subdivision. 
    Sec. 29.  Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 241.021, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  [SUPERVISION OVER CORRECTIONAL 
INSTITUTIONS.] (1) The commissioner of corrections shall inspect 
and license all correctional facilities throughout the state, 
whether public or private, established and operated for the 
detention and confinement of persons detained or confined 
therein according to law except to the extent that they are 
inspected or licensed by other state regulating agencies.  The 
commissioner shall promulgate pursuant to chapter 14, rules 
establishing minimum standards for these facilities with respect 
to their management, operation, physical condition, and the 
security, safety, health, treatment, and discipline of persons 
detained or confined therein.  Commencing September 1, 1980, no 
individual, corporation, partnership, voluntary association, or 
other private organization legally responsible for the operation 
of a correctional facility may operate the facility unless 
licensed by the commissioner of corrections.  The commissioner 
shall annually review the correctional facilities described in 
this subdivision, except as otherwise provided herein, to 
determine compliance with the minimum standards established 
pursuant to this subdivision.  The commissioner shall grant a 
license to any facility found to conform to minimum standards or 
to any facility which, in the commissioner's judgment, is making 
satisfactory progress toward substantial conformity and the 
interests and well-being of the persons detained or confined 
therein are protected.  The commissioner shall have access to 
the buildings, grounds, books, records, staff, and to persons 
detained or confined in these facilities.  The commissioner may 
require the officers in charge of these facilities to furnish 
all information and statistics the commissioner deems necessary, 
at a time and place designated by the commissioner.  The 
commissioner may require that any or all such information be 
provided through the department of corrections detention 
information system.  
    (2) Any state agency which regulates, inspects, or licenses 
certain aspects of correctional facilities shall, insofar as is 
possible, ensure that the minimum standards it requires are 
substantially the same as those required by other state agencies 
which regulate, inspect, or license the same aspects of similar 
types of correctional facilities, although at different 
correctional facilities. 
    (3) Nothing in this section shall be construed to limit the 
commissioner of corrections' authority to promulgate rules 
establishing standards of eligibility for counties to receive 
funds under sections 401.01 to 401.16, or to require counties to 
comply with operating standards the commissioner establishes as 
a condition precedent for counties to receive that funding. 
    (4) When the commissioner finds that any facility described 
in clause (1), except foster care facilities for delinquent 
children and youth as provided in subdivision 2, does not 
substantially conform to the minimum standards established by 
the commissioner and is not making satisfactory progress toward 
substantial conformance, the commissioner shall promptly notify 
the chief executive officer and the governing board of the 
facility of the deficiencies and order that they be remedied 
within a reasonable period of time.  The commissioner may by 
written order restrict the use of any facility which does not 
substantially conform to minimum standards to prohibit the 
detention of any person therein for more than 72 hours at one 
time.  When, after due notice and hearing, the commissioner 
finds that any facility described in this subdivision, except 
county jails and lockups as provided in sections 641.26, 642.10, 
and 642.11, does not conform to minimum standards, or is not 
making satisfactory progress toward substantial compliance 
therewith, the commissioner may issue an order revoking the 
license of that facility.  After revocation of its license, that 
facility shall not be used until its license is renewed.  When 
the commissioner is satisfied that satisfactory progress towards 
substantial compliance with minimum standard is being made, the 
commissioner may, at the request of the appropriate officials of 
the affected facility supported by a written schedule for 
compliance, grant an extension of time for a period not to 
exceed one year. 
     (5) As used in this subdivision, "correctional facility" 
means any facility, including a group home, having a residential 
component, the primary purpose of which is to serve persons 
placed therein by a court, court services department, parole 
authority, or other correctional agency having dispositional 
power over persons charged with, convicted, or adjudicated to be 
guilty or delinquent. 
    Sec. 30.  Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 296.02, 
subdivision 1a, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 1a.  [EXCEPTIONS FOR TRANSIT AND ALTERNATIVE FUELS 
SYSTEMS EXEMPT.] The provisions of subdivision 1 do not apply 
to (1) gasoline purchased by a transit system receiving 
financial assistance under section 174.24 or 473.384, or (2) 
sales of compressed natural gas or propane for use in vehicles 
displaying a valid annual alternate fuel permit. 
    Sec. 31.  Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 296.025, 
subdivision 1a, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 1a.  [EXCEPTIONS FOR TRANSIT AND ALTERNATIVE FUELS 
SYSTEMS EXEMPT.] The provisions of subdivision 1 do not apply 
to (1) special fuel purchased by a transit system receiving 
financial assistance under section 174.24 or 473.384, or (2) 
sales of compressed natural gas or propane for use in vehicles 
displaying a valid annual alternate fuel permit. 
    Sec. 32.  Minnesota Statutes 1992, section 299C.10, is 
amended to read: 
    299C.10 [IDENTIFICATION DATA.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [LAW ENFORCEMENT DUTY.] It is hereby made 
the duty of the sheriffs of the respective counties and of the 
police officers in cities of the first, second, and third 
classes, under the direction of the chiefs of police in such 
cities, to take or cause to be taken immediately finger and 
thumb prints, photographs, and such other identification data as 
may be requested or required by the superintendent of the 
bureau; of all persons arrested for a felony, gross misdemeanor, 
of all juveniles committing felonies as distinguished from those 
committed by adult offenders, of all persons reasonably believed 
by the arresting officer to be fugitives from justice, of all 
persons in whose possession, when arrested, are found concealed 
firearms or other dangerous weapons, burglar tools or outfits, 
high-power explosives, or articles, machines, or appliances 
usable for an unlawful purpose and reasonably believed by the 
arresting officer to be intended for such purposes, and within 
24 hours thereafter to forward such fingerprint records and 
other identification data on such forms and in such manner as 
may be prescribed by the superintendent of the bureau of 
criminal apprehension. 
    Subd. 2.  [LAW ENFORCEMENT EDUCATION.] The sheriffs and 
police officers who take finger and thumb prints must obtain 
training in the proper methods of taking and transmitting finger 
prints under this section consistent with bureau requirements. 
    Subd. 3.  [BUREAU DUTY.] The bureau must enter in the 
criminal records system finger and thumb prints within five 
working days after they are received under this section. 
    Sec. 33.  [299C.65] [CRIMINAL AND JUVENILE JUSTICE 
INFORMATION POLICY GROUP.] 
     Subdivision 1.  [ESTABLISHING GROUP.] The criminal and 
juvenile information policy group consists of the chair of the 
sentencing guidelines commission, the commissioner of 
corrections, the commissioner of public safety, and the state 
court administrator.  
     The policy group shall study and make recommendations to 
the governor, the supreme court, and the legislature on:  
    (1) a framework for integrated criminal justice information 
systems, including the development and maintenance of a 
community data model for state, county, and local criminal 
justice information; 
    (2) the responsibilities of each entity within the criminal 
and juvenile justice systems concerning the collection, 
maintenance, dissemination, and sharing of criminal justice 
information with one another; 
    (3) actions necessary to ensure that information maintained 
in the criminal justice information systems is accurate and 
up-to-date; 
    (4) the development of an information system containing 
criminal justice information on felony-level juvenile offenders 
that is part of the integrated criminal justice information 
system framework; 
    (5) the development of an information system containing 
criminal justice information on misdemeanor arrests, 
prosecutions, and convictions that is part of the integrated 
criminal justice information system framework; 
    (6) comprehensive training programs and requirements for 
all individuals in criminal justice agencies to ensure the 
quality and accuracy of information in those systems; 
    (7) continuing education requirements for individuals in 
criminal justice agencies who are responsible for the 
collection, maintenance, dissemination, and sharing of criminal 
justice data; 
    (8) a periodic audit process to ensure the quality and 
accuracy of information contained in the criminal justice 
information systems; 
    (9) the equipment, training, and funding needs of the state 
and local agencies that participate in the criminal justice 
information systems; 
    (10) the impact of integrated criminal justice information 
systems on individual privacy rights; and 
    (11) the impact of proposed legislation on the criminal 
justice system, including any fiscal impact, need for training, 
changes in information systems, and changes in processes.  
    Subd. 2.  [REPORT.] The policy group shall file an annual 
report with the governor, supreme court, and legislature by 
December 1 of each even-numbered year.  
    The report must make recommendations concerning any 
legislative changes or appropriations that are needed to ensure 
that the criminal justice information systems operate accurately 
and efficiently.  To assist them in developing their 
recommendations, the chair, the commissioners, and the 
administrator shall appoint a task force consisting of the 
members of the criminal and juvenile justice information policy 
group or their designees and the following additional members:  
    (1) the director of the office of strategic and long-range 
planning; 
    (2) two sheriffs recommended by the Minnesota sheriffs 
association; 
     (3) two police chiefs recommended by the Minnesota chiefs 
of police association; 
     (4) two county attorneys recommended by the Minnesota 
county attorneys association; 
    (5) two city attorneys recommended by the Minnesota league 
of cities; 
    (6) two public defenders appointed by the board of public 
defense; 
    (7) two district judges appointed by the conference of 
chief judges, one of whom is currently assigned to the juvenile 
court; 
    (8) two community corrections administrators recommended by 
the Minnesota association of counties, one of whom represents a 
community corrections act county; 
    (9) two probation officers; 
    (10) two public members, one of whom has been a victim of 
crime; 
    (11) two court administrators; 
    (12) two members of the house of representatives appointed 
by the speaker of the house; and 
    (13) two members of the senate appointed by the majority 
leader.  
    Subd. 3.  [CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM.] The criminal and 
juvenile information policy group shall explore the feasibility 
of developing and implementing a continuing education program 
for state, county, and local criminal justice information 
agencies.  The policy group shall consult with representatives 
of public and private post-secondary institutions in determining 
the most effective manner in which the training shall be 
provided.  The policy group shall include recommendations in the 
1994 report to the legislature.  
    Subd. 4.  [CRIMINAL CODE NUMBERING SCHEME.] The policy 
group shall study and make recommendations on a structured 
numbering scheme for the criminal code to facilitate 
identification of the offense and the elements of the crime and 
shall include recommendations in the 1994 report to the 
legislature. 
    Sec. 34.  [REPEALER.] 
    Minnesota Statutes 1992, sections 171.20, subdivision 1; 
296.01, subdivision 4; and 296.026 are repealed. 
    Presented to the governor May 15, 1993 
    Signed by the governor May 19, 1993, 3:50 p.m.