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CHAPTER 4625, LODGING ESTABLISHMENTS

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

Table of Parts
Part Title
REQUIREMENTS FOR LODGING ESTABLISHMENTS
4625.0100 DEFINITIONS.
4625.0200 SCOPE.
4625.0300 SANITATION REQUIREMENTS.
4625.0400 BUILDING REQUIREMENTS.
4625.0500 FLOOR REQUIREMENTS.
4625.0600 WALL AND CEILING REQUIREMENTS.
4625.0700 SCREENING REQUIREMENTS.
4625.0800 LIGHTING AND VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS.
4625.0900 SPACE REQUIREMENTS.
4625.1000 BEDDING AND LINEN REQUIREMENTS.
4625.1100 ROOM FURNISHING REQUIREMENTS.
4625.1200 TOILET REQUIREMENTS.
4625.1300 WATER SUPPLY.
4625.1400 HAND-WASHING REQUIREMENTS.
4625.1500 EATING UTENSILS AND DRINKING VESSELS PROVIDED IN GUEST ROOMS.
4625.1600 WASTE DISPOSAL.
4625.1700 INSECT AND RODENT CONTROL.
4625.1800 PERSONNEL HEALTH AND CLEANLINESS.
4625.1900 CLEANLINESS OF PREMISES.
4625.2000 FIRE PROTECTION.
4625.2100 PLUMBING AND SWIMMING POOLS.
4625.2200 SANITARY DISPENSING OF ICE.
4625.2300 INITIAL AND RENEWAL LICENSE FEES, LICENSE EXPIRATION DATES.
4625.2355 VARIANCE TO RULES RELATING TO LODGING ESTABLISHMENTS.
4625.2400 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.2401 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.2500 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.2501 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.2600 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.2601 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.2650 [Repealed, 15 SR 1597]
4625.2655 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.2660 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.2700 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.2701 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.2800 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.2801 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.2900 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.2901 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.3000 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.3001 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.3100 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.3101 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.3200 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.3201 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.3300 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.3301 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.3400 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.3401 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.3500 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.3501 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.3600 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.3601 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.3700 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.3701 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.3800 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.3801 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.3900 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.3901 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.4000 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.4001 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.4100 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.4101 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.4200 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.4201 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.4300 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.4301 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.4400 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.4401 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.4500 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.4501 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.4600 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.4601 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.4700 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.4701 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.4800 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.4900 [Repealed, 13 SR 2862]
4625.4901 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.5000 [Renumbered 4625.2660]
4625.5001 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.5101 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.5201 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.5301 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.5401 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.5501 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.5601 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.5701 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.5801 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.5901 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.6001 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.6101 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.6201 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.6301 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.6401 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.6501 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.6601 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.6701 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.6801 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.6901 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.7001 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.7101 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.7201 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.7301 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.7401 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.7501 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.7601 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.7701 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]
4625.7801 [Repealed, 23 SR 519]

REQUIREMENTS FOR LODGING ESTABLISHMENTS

4625.0100 DEFINITIONS.

Subpart 1.

Approved.

The term "approved" shall mean acceptable to the commissioner following the commissioner's determination as to conformity with established public health practices.

Subp. 2.

Clean.

The term "clean" shall mean the absence of dirt, grease, rubbish, garbage, and other offensive, unsightly, or extraneous matter.

Subp. 3.

Commissioner.

The term "commissioner" shall mean the commissioner of health and the Minnesota Department of Health, which terms shall be synonymous.

Subp. 4.

Good repair.

The term "good repair" shall mean free of corrosion, breaks, cracks, chips, pitting, excessive wear and tear, leaks, obstructions, and similar defects so as to constitute a good and sound condition.

Subp. 5.

Usable floor space.

The term "usable floor space" means all floor space in a sleeping room not occupied by closets, toilet rooms, shower, or bathrooms.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

History:

17 SR 1279

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.0200 SCOPE.

Parts 4625.0100 to 4625.2300 shall be applicable to all lodging establishments, such as hotels, motels, lodging houses, and resorts as defined in Minnesota Statutes, chapter 157.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.0300 SANITATION REQUIREMENTS.

The construction, operation, maintenance, and equipment of lodging establishments shall be regulated as follows in parts 4625.0400 to 4625.2200.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.0400 BUILDING REQUIREMENTS.

Every building, structure, or enclosure used to provide lodging accommodations for the public shall be kept in good repair, and so maintained as to promote the health, comfort, safety, and well-being of persons accommodated.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.0500 FLOOR REQUIREMENTS.

The floors of all guest rooms, hallways, bathrooms, store rooms, and all other spaces used or traversed by guests shall be of such construction as to be easily cleaned, shall be smooth, and shall be kept clean and in good repair. Cleaning of floors shall be so done as to minimize the raising of dust and the exposure of guests thereto. The requirements of this part shall not prevent the use of rugs, carpets, or natural stone which can be kept clean. Abrasive strips for safety purposes may be used wherever deemed necessary to prevent accidents.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.0600 WALL AND CEILING REQUIREMENTS.

The walls and ceilings of all rooms, halls, and stairways shall be kept clean and in good repair. Studs, joists, or rafters shall not be left exposed except when suitably finished and kept clean.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.0700 SCREENING REQUIREMENTS.

When flies, mosquitoes, and other insects are prevalent, all outside doors, windows, and other outer openings shall be screened; provided that such screening shall not be required for rooms deemed by the commissioner to be located high enough in the upper stories of the building as to be free of such insects, or in such areas where other effective means are provided to prevent their entrance.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.0800 LIGHTING AND VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS.

All rooms and areas used by patrons and guests and all other rooms or spaces in which lighting and ventilation, either natural or artificial, are essential to the efficiency of the business operation shall be well lighted and ventilated.

An area shall be considered well ventilated when excessive heat, odors, fumes, vapors, smoke, or condensation is reduced to a negligible level and barely perceptible to the normal senses. During seasons when weather conditions require tempering of makeup air, adequate equipment shall be provided to temper the makeup air. Every gas-fired or oil-fired room heater and water heater shall be vented to the outside air.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.0900 SPACE REQUIREMENTS.

Every room occupied for sleeping purposes by one person shall contain at least 70 square feet of usable floor space, and every room occupied for sleeping purposes by more than one person shall contain not less than 60 square feet of usable floor space for each occupant thereof. Under no circumstances shall there be provided less than 400 cubic feet of air space per occupant. Beds shall be spaced at least three feet apart when placed side by side. No sleeping quarters shall be provided in any basement having more than half its clear floor to ceiling height below the average grade of the adjoining ground.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 14.05; 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

History:

15 SR 1597

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.1000 BEDDING AND LINEN REQUIREMENTS.

All beds, bunks, cots, and other sleeping places provided for guests in hotels, motels, resorts, and lodging houses shall be supplied with suitable pillow slips and under and top sheets. All bedding including mattresses, quilts, blankets, pillows, sheets, spreads, and all bath linen shall be kept clean. No bedding including mattresses, quilts, blankets, pillows, bed and bath linen shall be used which are worn out or unfit for further use. Pillow slips, sheets, and bath linen after being used by one guest shall be washed before they are used by another guest, a clean set being furnished each succeeding guest. For any guest occupying a guest room for an extended period of time, a fresh set of sheets and pillow slips shall furnished at least once each week, and at least two clean towels shall be furnished each day, except that the proprietor will not be responsible for the sheets, towels, pillow slips, and bath linen furnished by a guest.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.1100 ROOM FURNISHING REQUIREMENTS.

All equipment, fixtures, furniture, and furnishings, including windows, draperies, curtains, and carpets, shall be kept clean and free of dust, dirt, vermin, and other contaminants, and shall be maintained in good order and repair.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.1200 TOILET REQUIREMENTS.

Every hotel, motel, and lodging house shall be equipped with adequate and conveniently located water closets for the accommodation of its employees and guests. Water closets, lavatories, and bathtubs or showers shall be available on each floor when not provided in each individual room. Toilet, lavatory, and bath facilities shall be provided in the ratio of one toilet and one lavatory for every ten occupants, or fraction thereof, and one bathtub or shower for every 20 occupants, or fraction thereof. Toilet rooms shall be well ventilated by natural or mechanical methods. The doors of all toilet rooms serving the public and employees shall be self-closing. Toilets and bathrooms shall be kept clean and in good repair and shall be well lighted and ventilated. Hand-washing signs shall be posted in each toilet room used by employees. Every resort shall be equipped with adequate and convenient toilet facilities for its employees and guests. If privies are provided they shall be separate buildings and shall be constructed, equipped, and maintained in conformity with the standards of the commissioner and shall be kept clean.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.1300 WATER SUPPLY.

A safe adequate supply of water shall be provided. The water supply system shall be located, constructed, and operated in accordance with the rules of the commissioner. After September 30, 1980, the temperature of hot water which is provided in any public area or guest room, including but not limited to lavatories, bathtubs, or showers, shall not exceed 130 degrees Fahrenheit (approximately 55 degrees Celsius).

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.1400 HAND-WASHING REQUIREMENTS.

All lavatories for public use or furnished in guest rooms at hotels, motels, lodging houses, and resorts shall be supplied with hot and cold running water and with soap. Scullery sinks should not be used as hand-washing sinks.

In the case of separate housekeeping cabins at resorts not supplied with running hot water, equipment shall be provided for heating water in the cabin.

Individual or other approved sanitary towels or warm-air dryers shall be provided at all lavatories for use by employees or the public.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.1500 EATING UTENSILS AND DRINKING VESSELS PROVIDED IN GUEST ROOMS.

After each usage, all multiuse eating utensils and drinking vessels shall be thoroughly washed in hot water containing a suitable soap or synthetic detergent, rinsed in clean water, and effectively subjected to a bactericidal process approved by the commissioner. Approved facilities for manual dishwashing shall consist of a three-compartment sink with stacking and drainboards at each end. All mechanical dishwashing machines shall conform to Standard Number 3 of the National Sanitation Foundation, dated April 1965.

All dishes, glasses, utensils, and equipment after washing and bactericidal treatment shall be permitted to drain and air dry.

Single-service utensils or vessels as defined in part 4625.2400, subpart 20 must be handled in a sanitary manner. Such utensils may not be reused.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.1600 WASTE DISPOSAL.

All liquid wastes shall be disposed of in an approved public sewerage system or in a sewerage system which is designed, constructed, and operated in accordance with the rules of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, chapter 7080.

Prior to removal, all garbage and refuse in storage shall be kept in watertight, nonabsorbent receptacles which are covered with close-fitting, fly-tight lids. All garbage, trash, and refuse shall be removed from the premises frequently to prevent nuisance and unsightly conditions, and shall be disposed of in a sanitary manner. All garbage receptacles shall be kept clean and in good repair.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 115.03; 115.55; 115.56; 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

History:

24 SR 426

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.1700 INSECT AND RODENT CONTROL.

Every hotel, motel, lodging house, and resort shall be so constructed and equipped as to prevent the entrance, harborage, or breeding of flies, roaches, bedbugs, rats, mice, and all other insects and vermin, and specific means necessary, for the elimination of such pests such as cleaning, renovation, or fumigation shall be used. The commissioner may order the facility to hire an exterminator licensed by the state to exterminate pests when:

A.

the infestation is so extensive that it is unlikely that a nonprofessional can eradicate the pests effectively; or

B.

the extermination method of choice can only be carried out by a licensed exterminator; or

C.

upon reinspection, it is found that an establishment has not been brought into compliance with a prior order to rid the establishment of pests.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.1800 PERSONNEL HEALTH AND CLEANLINESS.

No person shall resume work after visiting the toilet without first thoroughly washing his or her hands.

Personnel of hotels, motels, lodging houses, and resorts may be required to undergo medical examination to determine whether or not they are cases or carriers of a communicable disease.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

History:

17 SR 1279

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.1900 CLEANLINESS OF PREMISES.

The premises of all hotels, motels, lodging houses, and resorts shall be kept clean and free of litter or rubbish.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.2000 FIRE PROTECTION.

All lodging establishments shall provide suitable fire escapes which shall be kept in good repair and accessible at all times. Hallways shall be marked and exit lights provided; fire extinguishers shall be provided and shall be recharged annually and kept accessible for use. No sleeping quarters shall be maintained in rooms which do not have unobstructed egress to the outside or to a central hall leading to a fire escape. All fire protection measures shall be in accordance with requirements of the state fire marshal.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.2100 PLUMBING AND SWIMMING POOLS.

All new plumbing in hotels, motels, lodging houses, and resorts, and all plumbing reconstructed or replaced after January 1, 1968, must be designed, constructed, and installed in conformity with chapter 4714 of the Minnesota Plumbing Code.

All public pools and facilities must be located, constructed, and operated in conformity with parts 4717.0150 to 4717.3975.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.05; 144.08; 144.12; 144.123; 145A.02; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

History:

19 SR 1419; 19 SR 1637; 40 SR 71

Published Electronically:

April 1, 2016

4625.2200 SANITARY DISPENSING OF ICE.

Subpart 1.

Scope of rule.

Any lodging establishment which makes ice available in public areas, including but not limited to lobbies, hallways, and outdoor areas shall restrict access to such ice in accordance with the following provisions.

Subp. 2.

Newly constructed structures.

After September 1, 1979, any newly constructed lodging establishment which installs ice-making equipment, and any existing lodging establishment which installs or replaces ice-making equipment, shall install only automatic dispensing, sanitary ice-making, and storage equipment in areas to which the public has access. Any such establishment may install open-type ice bins only if the ice therefrom is dispensed in the manner provided in subpart 3.

Subp. 3.

Existing structures.

After December 31, 1984, any existing lodging establishment which has not converted to automatic dispensing ice-making and storage equipment shall no longer permit unrestricted public access to open-type ice bins, and shall dispense ice to guests only by having employees give out prefilled, individual sanitary containers of ice, or by making available prefilled, disposable, closed bags of ice.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.08; 144.12; 157.01 to 157.14; 327.10 to 327.67

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.2300 INITIAL AND RENEWAL LICENSE FEES, LICENSE EXPIRATION DATES.

Subpart 1.

Fee schedule.

License applications for lodging establishments as defined in part 4625.0100 must be accompanied by a fee of $75 plus $4 per room, up to a maximum total fee of $475.

Subp. 2.

Expiration date.

Initial and renewal lodging establishment licenses shall be issued for the calendar year for which application is made and shall expire on December 31 of such year.

Subp. 3.

License renewals.

License renewals shall be obtained on an annual basis. License renewal applications shall be submitted to the commissioner of health on forms provided no later than December 31 of the year preceding the year for which application is made.

Subp. 4.

Penalty fee.

A penalty fee of $20 shall be added to the amount of the license fee if the application has not reached the office of the commissioner of health before January 31, or in the case of a new business, 30 days after opening the business.

Subp. 5.

Reduced license fee.

From and after October 1 of each year, the license fee for new establishments or new operators shall be one-half of the appropriate annual license fee plus any penalty which may be required.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144.05; 144.122; 157.03; 327.16

History:

10 SR 1687; 13 SR 1652; 18 SR 827

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.2355 VARIANCE TO RULES RELATING TO LODGING ESTABLISHMENTS.

The commissioner shall grant a variance to parts 4625.0400 to 4625.0600; 4625.0900; 4625.1200 to 4625.1600; 4625.2000, except the last sentence; and 4625.2200 only according to the procedures and criteria specified in parts 4717.7000 to 4717.7050.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 14.05

History:

15 SR 1597

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.2400

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.2401

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.2500

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.2501

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.2600

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.2601

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.2650

[Repealed, 15 SR 1597]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.2655

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.2660

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.2700

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.2701

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.2800

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.2801

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.2900

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.2901

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.3000

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.3001

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.3100

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.3101

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.3200

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.3201

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.3300

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.3301

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.3400

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.3401

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.3500

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.3501

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.3600

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.3601

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.3700

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.3701

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.3800

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.3801

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.3900

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.3901

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.4000

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.4001

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.4100

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.4101

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.4200

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.4201

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.4300

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.4301

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.4400

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.4401

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.4500

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.4501

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.4600

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.4601

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.4700

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.4701

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.4800

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.4900

[Repealed, 13 SR 2862]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.4901

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.5000

[Renumbered 4625.2660]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.5001

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.5101

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.5201

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.5301

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.5401

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.5501

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.5601

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.5701

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.5801

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.5901

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.6001

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.6101

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.6201

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.6301

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.6401

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.6501

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.6601

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.6701

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.6801

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.6901

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.7001

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.7101

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.7201

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.7301

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.7401

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.7501

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.7601

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.7701

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000

4625.7801

[Repealed, 23 SR 519]

Published Electronically:

January 21, 2000