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§29-1-1 Division of Culture and History continued; sections and commissions; purposes; definitions; effective date.
§29-1-1a Transfer of powers and duties; existing contracts and obligations.
§29-1-1b Continuation of the Division of Culture and History.
§29-1-2 General powers of commissioner.
§29-1-3 Commission on the arts.
§29-1-4 Arts section; director.
§29-1-5 Archives and history commission.
§29-1-6 Archives and history section; director.
§29-1-7 Museums section; director.
§29-1-7a Repealed
§29-1-8 Historic preservation section; director.
§29-1-8a Protection of human skeletal remains, grave artifacts and grave markers; permits for excavation and removal; penalties.
§29-1-8b Protection of historic and prehistoric sites; penalties.
§29-1-9 Administrative section; director.
§29-1-10 Division employees classified by civil service; exceptions.
§29-1-11 Power to accept and receive funds; power to apply for grants; disbursal of funds; restrictions on expenditure; disposition of funds heretofore received or appropriated.
§29-1-12 Publication of materials; agreements.
§29-1-13 Land; control and disposal; rules and regulations.
§29-1-14 Washington-Carver Camp; prohibition of disposition or removal of minerals without authorization by the Legislature.
§29-1A-1 Appointment and qualification; how vacancies filled.
§29-1A-2 Term of office; expenses.
§29-1A-2a Life members.
§29-1A-3 Meetings and officers.
§29-1A-4 Duties of commission to secure uniformity in state laws; report to Legislature.
§29-1A-5 Continuation of commission.
§29-1B-1 Senate committee on interstate cooperation.
§29-1B-2 House committee on interstate cooperation.
§29-1B-3 West Virginia commission on interstate cooperation.
§29-1B-4 Terms of Senate and House committees.
§29-1B-5 Function of commission.
§29-1B-6 Commission may establish delegations and committees.
§29-1B-7 Names of committees and commission.
§29-1B-8 Filing interstate compacts.
§16729-1C-1to29-1C-5 Repealed
§16729-1D-1to29-1D-6 Repealed
§29-1E-1 Definitions.
§29-1E-2 Enactment of compact.
§29-1E-3 Membership of board.
§29-1E-4 Employees of board.
§29-1E-5 Duties of members of board.
§29-1E-6 Supplementary agreements.
§29-1E-7 Cooperation of state agencies, boards, departments, etc.
§29-1E-8 Appropriations.
§29-1E-9 Severability clause.
§29-1E-10 Effective date of amendments to compact; prior compact to continue in force.
§29-1F-1 Wheeling Creek Watershed protection and flood prevention district compact approved.
§29-1F-2 Appointment of members of commission; vacancies.
§29-1F-3 Contributions by political subdivisions.
§29-1F-4 Ohio county board of commissioners authorized to transfer certain special levy receipts to the Wheeling Creek watershed protection and flood prevention commission.
§29-1F-5 When commission authorized to dispose of real and personal property.
§16729-1G-1to29-1G-5 Repealed
§29-1H-1 Appalachian states low-level radioactive waste compact approved.
§29-1H-2 Appointment of members of commission.
§29-1H-3 Powers of commission, duties of state officers, departments, etc.
§29-1H-4 Powers granted herein supplemental to other powers vested in Commission.
§29-1H-5 Cooperation of state agencies, boards, departments, subdivisions, etc.
§29-1H-6 Rules and regulations.
§29-1H-7 Enforcement.
§29-1H-8 Penalties.
§29-1H-9 Conflicting laws.
§29-1H-10 Fiscal implementation.
§29-1H-11 When article effective.
§29-1I-1 Legislative intent.
§29-1I-2 Voluntary check-off designation.
§29-1I-3 Contributions credited to special fund.
§29-1I-4 Use of funds.
§29-1I-5 Effective date.
§29-1J-1 Jennings Randolph Lake Project Compact authorized.
§29-1J-2 Date on which article becomes effective.
§29-2-1 Entry on lands for surveying under federal acts.
§29-2-2 Condemnation of land for such purposes.
§29-2-3 Unlawful interference with signal, monument or building; penalty.
§29-2-4 State geological and economic survey director; qualifications for appointment; administrative powers and duties.
§29-2-5 Objects of survey.
§29-2-6 Reports to Legislature.
§29-2-7 Distribution of reports.
§29-2-8 Distribution of surplus materials.
§29-2-9 Right of engineers and surveyors to enter on property.
§29-2-10 Continuation.
§29-2A-1 Repealed
§29-2A-2 Repealed
§29-2A-3 Repealed
§29-2A-3a Expenses of civil air patrol; commission may expend funds pursuant to rules.
§29-2A-4 Organization of commission; meetings; reports; offices.
§29-2A-5 Director of aeronautics; appointment, qualifications, compensation, powers and duties; administrative and other assistants.
§29-2A-6 State financial assistance for county, municipal and regional airports.
§29-2A-7 Repealed
§29-2A-8 Establishment and operation of state airports.
§29-2A-9 State airways.
§29-2A-10 Public purpose of activities.
§29-2A-11 Operation of aircraft while under influence of alcohol, controlled substances or drugs; criminal penalties.
§29-2A-11a Implied consent to test; administration at direction of law-enforcement officer; designation of type of test; definition of law-enforcement officer.
§29-2A-11b Preliminary analysis of breath to determine alcoholic content of blood.
§29-2A-11c How blood test administered; additional test at option of person tested; use of test results;
§29-2A-11d Interpretation and use of chemical test.
§29-2A-11e Right to demand test.
§29-2A-11f Fee for withdrawing blood sample and making urine test; payment of fees.
§29-2A-12 Operation of aircraft at low altitude or in careless and reckless manner; penalty.
§29-2A-13 Unauthorized taking or operation of aircraft; penalty.
§29-2A-14 Federal license required for operation of aircraft.
§29-2A-15 Repealed
§29-2A-16 Repealed
§29-2A-17 Investigations; hearings; power to subpoena witnesses; self-incrimination.
§29-2A-18 Disposition of fees.
§29-2A-19 Federal-state joint hearings; reciprocal services; accident reporting.
§29-2A-20 Repealed
§29-2A-21 Use of state and municipal facilities and services.
§29-2A-22 Commission orders, notices and opportunity for hearings.
§29-2A-23 Judicial review of commission's action.
§29-2A-24 Penalties for violation of provisions of article.
§29-2A-25 Exchange of information as to violations.
§29-2A-26 Severability.
§29-2A-27 Repeal.
§29-2A-28 Short title.
§16729-2B-1to29-2B-15 Repealed
§29-3-1 Short title.
§29-3-2 Legislative findings and declaration of policy.
§29-3-3 State fire commission created; composition; qualifications; appointment; terms of office; removal; vacancies; compensation and expenses.
§29-3-4 Chairman; vice chairman; meetings; quorum.
§29-3-5 Promulgation of regulations and state fire code.
§29-3-5a Hazardous substance emergency response training programs.
§29-3-5b Promulgation of rules and statewide building code.
§29-3-5c Liquified petroleum gas systems.
§29-3-6 Public hearings and notice.
§29-3-7 Commission's powers in conduct of public hearing.
§29-3-8 Repealed
§29-3-9 Powers, duties and authority of state fire commission and state fire marshal.
§29-3-10 State fire marshal's office transferred to state fire commission; powers and duties of state insurance commissioner with respect to fire marshal terminated; operation of commission prior
§29-3-11 Appointment of state fire marshal; term of office; removal; salary; qualifications; responsibilities; employees; equipment.
§29-3-12 Powers and duties of state fire marshal.
§29-3-12a Responsibilities of insurance companies in fire loss investigation.
§29-3-12b Fees.
§29-3-13 Annual reports.
§29-3-14 Maintenance of fire hazard; order for repair or demolition; order to contain notice to comply and right to appeal.
§29-3-15 Service of repair or demolition order.
§29-3-16 Work to be done at expense of owner or occupant upon failure to comply with repair or demolition order; action to recover.
§29-3-16a Smoke detectors in one- and two-family dwellings; carbon monoxide detectors in residential units; penalty.
§29-3-16b Use of live trees in public buildings; exceptions.
§29-3-16c Safety standards for bed and breakfast establishments; findings.
§29-3-16d Performance of installation of propane gas systems.
§29-3-17 Additional remedies to abate, etc., fire hazards.
§29-3-18 Appellate procedure generally.
§29-3-19 Establishment of demonstration buildings and equipment for educational instruction in fire prevention and protection; payment therefor.
§29-3-20 Repealed
§29-3-21 False alarm of fire; penalties.
§29-3-22 Tax on insurance companies.
§29-3-23 "Fireworks" defined; labels required.
§29-3-24 Unlawful sale, possession or use of fireworks; permit for public display.
§29-3-25 Interstate sale and shipment; permitted uses.
§29-3-26 Seizures by fire marshal; enforcement of law.
§29-3-27 Penalties.
§29-3-28 Transfer of certain state employees; perpetuation of rules, regulations and orders.
§29-3-29 Construction.
§29-3-30 Severability.
§29-3-31 Continuation of the state fire commission.
§29-3A-1 Authority of fire officers in charge of fire, service call or other emergency; definition.
§29-3A-2 Person in command at fire scene may take and preserve certain property; restitution.
§29-3A-3 Conducting investigation to determine cause of fire.
§29-3A-4 Person attacking or hindering or obstructing firefighter or emergency equipment; penalties.
§29-3B-1 Declaration of purpose.
§29-3B-2 Necessity of license; definitions.
§29-3B-3 Exemptions; nonapplicability of license requirements; legislative rules for limited reciprocity.
§29-3B-4 Licenses; classes of licenses; issuance of licenses by commissioner; qualifications required for
§29-3B-5 Rules; applications and examinations; fees.
§29-3B-6 Repealed
§29-3B-7 Denial of license; suspension and revocation of license.
§29-3B-8 Effect of noncompliance with article; failure to obtain license.
§29-3B-9 Nonapplicability of local ordinances; exclusive license.
§29-3B-10 Disposition of fees, fines and other receipts.
§29-3C-1 Purpose.
§29-3C-2 Definitions.
§29-3C-3 Certification of electrical inspectors required.
§29-3C-4 Certification program; duties of the state fire marshal; rulemaking.
§29-3C-5 Denial of license; suspension and revocation of license.
§29-3C-6 Suspension or revocation of certification.
§29-3C-7 Prohibited acts.
§29-3C-8 Required reporting of violations.
§29-3C-9 Noncompliance with article; failure to obtain certification; penalty.
§29-3C-10 Disposition of fees and other receipts.
§29-3D-1 Declaration of purpose.
§29-3D-2 Definitions.
§29-3D-3 License required; exemptions.
§29-3D-4 Rule-making authority.
§29-3D-5 Enforcement.
§29-3D-6 Denial, suspension and revocation of license.
§29-3D-7 Penalties.
§29-3D-8 Inapplicability of local ordinances.
§29-3D-9 Disposition of fees.
§29-4-1 Repealed
§29-4-2 Repealed
§29-4-2a Repealed
§29-4-2b Repealed
§29-4-3 Power as to oaths, affidavits and depositions.
§29-4-4 Power to take acknowledgments and as conservator of peace.
§29-4-5 Necessity for seal.
§29-4-6 Powers as to protests and other matters.
§29-4-7 Powers of notaries connected with banks or other corporations.
§29-4-8 Signature of notary to state date of expiration of commission.
§29-4-9 Repealed
§29-4-10 Repealed
§29-4-11 Repealed
§29-4-12 Commissioners out of state; qualifications; fee.
§;29-4-12 as to oaths, affidavits and depositions.
§29-4-14 Power of such commissioner to take acknowledgments.
§29-4-15 Seal of such commissioner.
§29-4-16 Authentication of such commissioner's certificate.
§16729-4A-1to29-4A-8 Repealed
§16729-5-1to29-5-4 Repealed
§29-5A-1 Creation of commission; members; officers; seal and rules.
§29-5A-2 Powers and duties of secretary; penalty for false swearing, etc.; biennial reports of commission.
§29-5A-3 Commission to have sole control of boxing, etc., matches; licenses; municipality not to tax boxing, etc., club.
§29-5A-4 Licenses to be in lieu of all other licenses.
§29-5A-5 Expense of commission.
§29-5A-6 Payment of official in charge.
§29-5A-7 Interference with or restraining of professional boxing or exhibitions.
§29-5A-8 Issuance of license; qualification for licenses; application of other provisions of chapter; hearings.
§29-5A-9 Sanction or permit from commission.
§29-5A-10 Sanction of commission and reports, etc., for showing of telecasts of boxing, sparring, etc.
§29-5A-11 Repealed
§29-5A-12 Length of rounds; weight of gloves.
§29-5A-13 Cancellation of license for fake boxing, etc., exhibition; penalty for participating in such exhibition.
§29-5A-14 Suspension, revocation, etc., of license.
§29-5A-15 Reports by clubs to commission; bonds of applicants for license.
§29-5A-16 Presence of members of commission or inspector at exhibitions and matches.
§29-5A-17 Referee and judges; appointment by commission; powers, payment.
§29-5A-18 Examination of contestants by physician; presence at contest; report to commission.
§29-5A-19 Weight of boxers.
§29-5A-20 Licenses for contestants, referees and managers.
§29-5A-21 Penalty for engaging in unlawful contest.
§29-5A-22 Penalty for violation not expressly provided for.
§29-5A-23 Injunctive relief for violation of chapter.
§29-5A-24 Rules and regulations governing contestants and matches.
§29-5A-25 Special permits to American Legion and other organizations.
§29-5A-25a Certain amateur matches exempt.
§29-5A-26 Severability.
§29-6-1 General purpose.
§29-6-2 Definition of terms.
§29-6-3 Classified service.
§29-6-4 Classified-exempt service; additions to classified service; exemptions.
§29-6-4a Repealed
§29-6-5 Division of Personnel continued; sections.
§29-6-5a Continuation of division.
§29-6-7 Director of personnel; appointment; qualifications; powers and duties.
§29-6-7a Report on a centralized personnel system.
§29-6-8 Duties of board generally.
§29-6-9 Civil service commission abolished; transfer of duties and responsibilities; rule of construction; transfer of employees, equipment, and records; continuation of programs, protections and rule
§29-6-9a Repealed
§29-6-10 Rules of division.
§29-6-10a Reduction in work force.
§29-6-11 Duty to furnish facilities for division's use.
§29-6-12 Duties of state officers and employees; legal proceedings to secure compliance with article and rules.
§29-6-13 Repealed
§29-6-14 Certification of payrolls; wrongfully withholding certification of payroll.
§29-6-15 Repealed
§29-6-16 Records of division.
§29-6-17 Services to political subdivisions; cooperation with agencies for other jurisdictions.
§29-6-17a Repealed
§29-6-17b Repealed
§29-6-18 Repealed
§29-6-19 Refusal to testify.
§29-6-20 Favoritism or discrimination because of political or religious opinions, affiliations or race; political activities prohibited.
§29-6-21 Acts prohibited.
§29-6-22 Penalties.
§29-6-23 Special fund; appropriations; cost of administering article; acceptance of grants or contribution; disbursements.
§29-6-24 Posting of job openings.
§29-6-25 Implementation; report to governor and Legislature.
§29-6-26 Employee representative organization bulletin boards.
§29-6-27 Leave donation program.
§29-6-28 Leave time for organ donation.
§16729-6A-1to29-6A-12 Repealed
§29-7-1 Appointment; qualifications; salary.
§29-8-1 Legislative findings.
§29-8-2 Blennerhassett Island historical state park commission established; members; terms; meeting; quorum; compensation; expenses.
§29-8-3 General powers of division of commerce with respect to the Blennerhassett Island historical state park.
§29-8-4 Duties of division of commerce with respect to the development of Blennerhassett Island.
§29-8-5 Cooperation of state agencies and local government with Blennerhassett historical state park commission and division of commerce; powers of local government with respect to development.
§29-8-6 Repealed
§29-8-7 Repealed
§29-8-8 Repealed
§29-8-9 Repealed
§29-8-10 Repealed
§16729-9-1to29-9-4 Repealed
§16729-10-1to29-10-11 Repealed
§16729-11-129-11-2 Repealed
§29-12-1 Intent and objects.
§29-12-2 Definitions.
§29-12-3 State board of risk and insurance management; creation, composition, qualifications, and compensation.
§29-12-4 Organization, meetings, records and reports of board.
§29-12-5 Powers and duties of board.
§29-12-5a Liability insurance for county boards of education, their employees and members, the county superintendent of schools, and for employees and officers of the State Department of Corrections.
§29-12-5b Transit insurance.
§29-12-5c Repealed
§29-12-6 Reports to be furnished board by state officers and departments; state records.
§29-12-7 Placement of insurance on state property, activities and responsibilities.
§29-12-8 Powers, duties, etc., of department of purchases pertaining to state insurance transferred to board.
§29-12-9 Penalties for violation of article.
§29-12-10 Repeal of inconsistent laws.
§29-12-11 Interpretation and purpose; constitutionality.
§29-12-12 Continuation of State Board of Risk and Insurance Management.
§29-12-13 Premium tax liability.
§29-12-14 Promulgation of rules.
§29-12A-1 Short title; purposes.
§29-12A-2 Legislative findings.
§29-12A-3 Definitions.
§29-12A-4 Governmental and proprietary functions of political subdivisions; liability for damages.
§29-12A-5 Immunities from liability.
§29-12A-6 Limitation of actions; specification of amount of damages not allowed.
§29-12A-7 Punitive damages not allowed; limitation on noneconomic loss; joint and several liability.
§29-12A-8 Suits.
§29-12A-9 Settlement or defense of suit; effect of liability insurance.
§29-12A-10 Enforcement of judgment.
§29-12A-11 Defense and indemnification of employees; settlement.
§29-12A-12 Recovery of payments from employees.
§29-12A-13 Venue; parties; real party in interest; service of process.
§29-12A-14 Application of West Virginia laws and statutes and rules of procedure.
§29-12A-15 Exempt claim.
§29-12A-16 Procurement of liability insurance and self-insurance.
§29-12A-17 Liability insurance rates; rate filings; cancellations; group insurance.
§29-12A-18 Applicability.
§29-12B-1 Short title.
§29-12B-2 Legislative findings.
§29-12B-3 Definitions.
§29-12B-4 State medical malpractice advisory panel; creation, composition, duties and compensation.
§29-12B-5 Organization, meetings, records and reports of panel.
§29-12B-6 Health care provider professional liability insurance programs.
§29-12B-7 Eligibility criteria for participation in health care provider professional liability insurance programs.
§29-12B-8 Preferred professional liability insurance program.
§29-12B-9 High risk professional liability insurance program.
§29-12B-10 Deposit, expenditure and investment of premiums.
§29-12B-11 Payments for settlement or judgment.
§29-12B-12 Information exempt from disclosure.
§29-12B-13 Appeal bond.
§29-12B-14 Effective date and termination of authority.
§29-12C-1 Patient injury compensation plan study board created; purpose; study of creation and funding of patient injury compensation fund; developing rules and establishing program; and report to th
§29-12C-2 Legislative rules.
§29-12D-1 Creation of patient injury compensation fund; purpose; initial funding of patient injury compensation fund.
§29-12D-2 Administration of fund; investment of fund assets; annual actuarial review and audit; fund assets and liabilities not assets and liabilities of the state.
§29-12D-3 Payments from the patient injury compensation fund.
§16729-13-1to29-13-11 Repealed
§16729-14-1to29-14-13 Repealed
§29-15-1 Creation and composition.
§29-15-2 Quorum; officers; meetings.
§29-15-3 Employment, salary and expenses of personnel.
§29-15-4 Repealed
§29-15-5 Purposes.
§29-15-6 State agency for federal mental retardation program.
§29-15-7 Donations and grants.
§29-15-8 Annual report required.
§16729-16-1to29-16-7 Repealed
§16729-17-1to29-17-7 Repealed
§29-18-1 Short title.
§29-18-2 Declaration of policy and responsibility; purpose and intent of article; findings.
§29-18-3 Definitions.
§29-18-4 West Virginia state rail authority continued; organization of authority; appointment of members; term of office, compensation and expenses; director of authority; termination date.
§29-18-5 Authority may construct, maintain, etc., railroad maintenance projects.
§29-18-6 Powers, duties and responsibilities of authority generally.
§29-18-7 Operations; purchases.
§29-18-8 Creation of railroad maintenance authority fund.
§29-18-9 Expenditure of funds for study and engineering of proposed projects.
§29-18-10 Authority empowered to issue bonds, renewal notes and refunding bonds; requirements and manner of such issuance.
§29-18-11 Trustee for bondholders; contents of trust agreement.
§29-18-12 Legal remedies of bondholders and trustees.
§29-18-13 Bonds and notes not debt of state, county, municipality or of any political subdivision; expenses incurred pursuant to article.
§29-18-14 Use of funds by authority; restrictions thereon.
§29-18-15 Investment of funds by authority.
§29-18-16 Rentals and other revenues from railroad projects; contracts and leases of authority; cooperation of other governmental agencies; bonds of such agencies.
§29-18-17 Maintenance, operation and repair of projects; reports by authority to governor and Legislature.
§29-18-18 Railroad maintenance bonds lawful investments.
§29-18-19 Exemption from taxation.
§29-18-20 Acquisition of property by authority; governmental agencies authorized to convey, etc., property.
§29-18-21 Property of public utilities and common carriers.
§29-18-22 Financial interest in contracts prohibited; penalty.
§29-18-23 Meetings and records of authority to be kept public.
§29-18-24 Continuation of State Rail Authority.
§29-19-1 Short title.
§29-19-1a General purpose.
§29-19-2 Definitions.
§29-19-3 Repealed
§29-19-4 Repealed
§29-19-5 Registration of charitable organizations; fee.
§29-19-6 Certain persons and organizations exempt from registration.
§29-19-7 Filing of solicitation contracts.
§29-19-8 Limitations on activities of charitable organizations.
§29-19-9 Registration of professional fund-raising counsel and professional solicitor; bonds; records; books.
§29-19-10 Information filed to become public records.
§29-19-11 Records to be kept by charitable organizations, professional fund-raising counsel and professional solicitors.
§29-19-12 Reciprocal agreements.
§29-19-13 Prohibited acts.
§29-19-14 Nonresident charitable organizations, professional fund-raising counsel and solicitors; designation of secretary of state as agent for service of process; notice of such service by attorne
§29-19-15 Enforcement and penalties.
§29-19-15a Private actions and class actions.
§29-19-15b Civil penalty for intentional violations.
§29-19-16 Repealed
§29-20-1 Membership; appointment and terms of members; organization; reimbursement for expenses.
§29-20-2 Powers and duties of commission.
§29-20-3 Commission administrative personnel.
§29-20-4 Power of commission to accept funds.
§29-20-5 Rules and regulations.
§29-20-6 Annual report.
§29-20-7 Continuation of the West Virginia Women's Commission.
§29-21-1 Legislative findings; purpose.
§29-21-2 Definitions.
§29-21-3 Establishment of public defender services.
§29-21-3a Continuation of Public Defender Services.
§29-21-3b Indigent Defense Commission.
§29-21-4 Purpose and duties of public defender services.
§29-21-5 Executive director.
§29-21-6 Powers, duties and limitations.
§29-21-7 Criminal law research center established; functions.
§29-21-8 Public defender corporations; establishment thereof.
§29-21-9 Panel attorneys.
§29-21-10 Repealed
§29-21-11 Repealed
§29-21-12 Repealed
§29-21-13 Approval of public defender corporation funding applications; funding; recordkeeping by public defender corporations.
§29-21-13a Compensation and expenses for panel attorneys.
§29-21-14 Limitation on use of funds; exceptions.
§29-21-14a Repealed
§29-21-14b Repealed
§29-21-15 Public defender corporations — Board of directors.
§29-21-16 Determination of maximum income levels; eligibility guidelines; use of form affidavit; inquiry by court; denial of services; repayment; limitation on remedies against affiant.
§29-21-17 Private practice of law by public defenders.
§29-21-18 Records and reports.
§29-21-19 Audits.
§29-21-20 Appointed counsel immune from liability.
§29-21-21 Forgiveness of loans; reversion of public defender corporation assets.
§29-21-22 Repealed
§29-22-1 Short title.
§29-22-2 Legislative findings and intent.
§29-22-3 Definitions.
§29-22-4 State lottery commission created; composition; qualifications; appointment; terms of office; chairman's removal; vacancies; compensation and expenses; quorum; oath and bond.
§29-22-5 State lottery commission; powers and duties; cooperation of other agencies.
§29-22-6 Lottery director; appointment; qualifications; oath and bond; salary.
§29-22-7 Divisions of the state lottery office.
§29-22-8 Lottery director; powers and duties; deputy directors; hiring of staff; civil service coverage; submission of proposed appropriations.
§29-22-9 Initiation and operation of lottery; restrictions; prohibited themes, games, machines or devices; distinguishing numbers; winner selection; public drawings; witnessing of results; testing and
§29-22-9a Veterans instant lottery scratch-off game.
§29-22-10 Licensed lottery sales agents; restrictions; annual license and fee; factors; application; bond; age; nonassignable license; organizations qualified; commissions; display of license; geograp
§29-22-11 Prohibited acts; restrictions on sales agents and retailers; unauthorized sales; sales to minors; gifts to minors; prizes to commission officers and staff prohibited; criminal penalties fo
§29-22-12 Crimes; forgery, counterfeiting, etc. of lottery tickets; penalties.
§29-22-13 Prohibited acts; conflict of interest; prohibited gifts and gratuities.
§29-22-14 Administrative violations of articles; hearing; administrative penalties.
§29-22-15 Payment of prizes to minors.
§29-22-16 Disposition of unclaimed prize money.
§29-22-17 Lottery proceeds; accounting therefor; deposit into account of state treasurer; reports; funds to be held in trust; failure to collect, account or deposit; personal liability.
§29-22-18 State Lottery Fund; appropriations and deposits; not part of general revenue; no transfer of state funds after initial appropriation; use and repayment of initial appropriation; allocation o
§29-22-18a State Excess Lottery Revenue Fund.
§29-22-18b Definition of term "state employees."
§29-22-19 Post audit of accounts and transactions of office.
§29-22-20 Monthly and annual reports.
§29-22-21 Officials who may appear at lottery drawing.
§29-22-22 Repealed
§29-22-23 Procurement; disclosures by vendors and related persons and entities; authorizing background investigation; unenforceability of contracts in contravention of section.
§29-22-24 Disclosures by vendors and related persons and entities of political contributions.
§29-22-25 Preemption of state laws or local regulation.
§29-22-26 Continuation of state lottery commission.
§29-22-27 Penalties for criminal violations.
§29-22-27a Payment of prizes to the bureau for child support enforcement.
§29-22-28 Severability.
§29-22-29 Moneys transferred or allocated to nongovernmental entities are state moneys and have been so in the past; right to audit state moneys transferred to nongovernmental entities.
§29-22A-1 Short title.
§29-22A-2 Legislative findings and declarations.
§29-22A-3 Definitions.
§29-22A-4 Video lottery games authorized.
§29-22A-5 Video lottery terminal requirements; filing of specific game rules with the secretary of state; application for approval of a video lottery terminal; testing of video lottery terminals; repo
§29-22A-7 License and permit qualifications; individual qualifications; applicant required to furnish information; waiver of liability; oath or affirmation; duty to provide accurate and material infor
§29-22A-8 Form of application; local option elections; issuance of license; notice of incomplete application; notice of license or permit denial, suspension or revocation; procedure for review of lic
§29-22A-9 General duties of all video lottery license and permit holders; duties of permitted manufacturers; duties of permitted service technicians; duties of permitted validation managers; duties of
§29-22A-10 Accounting and reporting; commission to provide communications protocol data; distribution of net terminal income; remittance through electronic transfer of funds; establishment of accounts
§29-22A-10a Lottery commission income to be deposited in state lottery fund.
§29-22A-10b Distribution of excess net terminal income.
§29-22A-10c Surcharge; Capital Reinvestment Fund.
§29-22A-11 Maintenance of video lottery terminals; manufacturers required to provide training; notice of availability of training; reports and certificates of training programs; terminals to be mainta
§29-22A-12 Number and location of video lottery terminals security.
§29-22A-13 Payment of credits; no state liability; method of payment; restrictions on payment of credits; redeemed tickets required to be defaced; liability for video lottery terminal malfunction.
§29-22A-14 Transportation and registration of video lottery.
§29-22A-15 Hearing and appeal procedure; order refusing license or permit or suspending or revoking same; petition for hearing; petition requirements; cost of hearings; subpoenas and subpoenas duces t
§29-22A-16 Offenses and penalties.
§29-22A-17 Disagreement as to duties of racing commission and lottery commission.
§29-22A-18 Severability.
§29-22A-19 Compulsive Gambling Treatment Fund; contract requirements for compulsive gamblers treatment program.
§29-22B-102 Authorization for limited video lottery; regulation by lottery commission.
§29-22B-103 Exceptions.
§29-22B-202 Legislative finding; state ownership of video lottery through outright ownership or possession of a proprietary interest in computer hardware and software.
§29-22B-203 Legislative finding; license to participate in limited video lottery is a privilege.
§29-22B-302 Applicant defined.
§29-22B-303 Associated equipment defined.
§29-22B-304 Background investigation defined.
§29-22B-305 Central computer, central control computer or central site system defined.
§29-22B-306 Commission or state lottery commission defined.
§29-22B-307 Control defined.
§29-22B-308 Director defined.
§29-22B-309 Disable or terminal disable defined.
§29-22B-310 Display defined.
§29-22B-311 EPROM and erasable programmable read-only memory chips defined.
§29-22B-312 Identification document defined.
§29-22B-313 Indirect ownership defined.
§29-22B-314 License defined.
§29-22B-315 Location defined.
§29-22B-316 Limited video lottery retailer defined.
§29-22B-317 Lottery defined.
§29-22B-318 Manufacturer defined.
§29-22B-319 National criminal history background check system defined.
§29-22B-320 Net terminal income and gross terminal income defined.
§29-22B-321 Operator defined.
§29-22B-322 Own defined.
§29-22B-323 Permit defined.
§29-22B-324 Permittee defined.
§29-22B-325 Person defined.
§29-22B-326 Player defined.
§29-22B-327 Resident of this state defined.
§29-22B-328 Restricted access adult-only facility defined.
§29-22B-329 Service technician defined.
§29-22B-330 Video lottery defined.
§29-22B-331 Video gambling machine defined.
§29-22B-332 Video lottery game defined.
§29-22B-333 Video lottery terminal defined.
§29-22B-334 Wager defined.
§29-22B-402 Powers and duties of the state lottery commission.
§29-22B-403 Powers and duties of the director.
§29-22B-502 General qualifications for all types of limited video lottery licenses.
§29-22B-503 Additional qualifications for an applicant for an operator's license.
§29-22B-504 Additional qualifications for an applicant for a limited video lottery retailer's license.
§29-22B-505 Additional qualification for an applicant for a service technician's license.
§29-22B-506 Additional qualifications for an applicant for a manufacturer's license.
§29-22B-507 Persons having control of an applicant for a limited video lottery license.
§29-22B-508 Commission action on applications.
§29-22B-509 Incomplete application not to be considered.
§29-22B-510 Burden of proving qualification for license.
§29-22B-511 Issuance of order refusing to issue or renew license, or suspending or revoking same.
§29-22B-512 Review of continuing eligibility for license.
§29-22B-513 Application forms and other documents.
§29-22B-514 Failure to reveal material fact; false or misleading material.
§29-22B-515 Bonding requirements for operators and limited video lottery retailers who are permittees.
§29-22B-516 Applicant bears the risk of adverse publicity.
§29-22B-517 Renewal of licenses.
§29-22B-518 Annual license fees.
§29-22B-602 Responsibility of state police in conducting background investigations.
§29-22B-603 Guidelines for background investigations.
§29-22B-604 Applicant's rights regarding background investigations.
§29-22B-702 Additional duties of limited video lottery retailers.
§29-22B-703 Additional duties of limited video lottery retailers who are permittees.
§29-22B-704 Duties of limited video lottery retailer regarding payment of credits.
§29-22B-705 Additional duties of manufacturers.
§29-22B-706 Additional duties of operators.
§29-22B-707 Additional duties of service technicians.
§29-22B-802 Testing of video lottery terminals and associated equipment.
§29-22B-803 Reporting of testing results.
§29-22B-902 Control of electrical power.
§29-22B-903 Coin or bill acceptors.
§29-22B-904 Security; access to the interior of video lottery terminals.
§29-22B-905 Printing mechanism.
§29-22B-906 Identification plate.
§29-22B-907 Display of information on terminal face or screen.
§29-22B-908 Communication with central computer system.
§29-22B-909 Random number generator required.
§29-22B-910 Payout standards.
§29-22B-911 Continuation of current game after malfunction.
§29-22B-912 Electronic accounting required.
§29-22B-1002 Manufacturers may sell or lease only to permittees.
§29-22B-1003 Terminals must be approved.
§29-22B-1004 Purchase or lease by permittees.
§29-22B-1102 Permits to operate video lottery terminals
§29-22B-1103 Permit fee
§29-22B-1104 Reservation of authority to have video lottery terminals on or before August 1, 2001.
§29-22B-1105 Determination of authorizations to be issued without bid and number of authorizations to be bid.
§29-22B-1106 Allocation of permits to own or lease video lottery terminals by sealed bid.
§29-22B-1107 Bidding process.
§29-22B-1108 Preference for current permit holders.
§29-22B-1109 Bid bond required.
§29-22B-1110 Operator permit.
§29-22B-1111 Reduction of video lottery terminals authorized in a retailer's license
§29-22B-1112 Reduction of gambling.
§29-22B-1113 Operation of authorized video lottery terminals
§29-22B-1202 No limited video lottery retailer license for premises within 150 feet of another licensed premises; no two license retailer locations within a common structure.
§29-22B-1203 Registration decals.
§29-22B-1204 Installation of approved lottery terminals.
§29-22B-1205 Transportation from manufacturer and registration of video lottery terminals.
§29-22B-1206 Any other transportation of video lottery terminals.
§29-22B-1302 Maintenance log.
§29-22B-1303 Master keys.
§29-22B-1304 Repairs to logic board or circuitry.
§29-22B-1402 Resolution of discrepancies.
§29-22B-1403 Payover of state's share of gross terminal income.
§29-22B-1404 Permittees to furnish bank authorizations.
§29-22B-1405 State's share of gross terminal income held in trust.
§29-22B-1406 Examination of permittee books and records.
§29-22B-1407 Civil penalty for failure to pay over state's share of gross terminal income.
§29-22B-1408 Distribution of state's share of gross terminal income.
§29-22B-1502 Contents of petition for hearing; security.
§29-22B-1503 Hearing procedures.
§29-22B-1504 Judicial review.
§29-22B-1602 Civil penalties applicable to limited video lottery retailers.
§29-22B-1603 Civil penalties applicable to service technicians.
§29-22B-1604 Civil penalties applicable to permittees.
§29-22B-1605 Civil penalties applicable to manufacturers.
§29-22B-1606 Civil penalties for failure of licensees to perform duties.
§29-22B-1607 Civil action to collect penalty.
§29-22B-1702 Criminal penalties for unlawful inducement.
§29-22B-1703 Criminal penalty for unauthorized game on authorized video lottery terminal.
§29-22B-1704 Criminal penalty for unauthorized video lottery terminal.
§29-22B-1705 Criminal penalty for possession of video gambling machine.
§29-22B-1706 Criminal penalty for expired operator or limited video lottery retailer's license.
§29-22B-1707 Criminal penalty for possession of altered or nonconforming video lottery terminal, device or related material.
§29-22B-1708 Criminal penalty for tampered game, terminal, device or other equipment.
§29-22B-1709 Criminal penalty for deceptive practices.
§29-22B-1710 Employment of unlicenced person who is required to be licensed.
§29-22B-1711 Criminal penalty for unlicensed person to work in a position for which license is required.
§29-22B-1712 Criminal penalty for use of device that gives player an unauthorized advantage.
§29-22B-1713 Criminal penalty for violation of rules of play.
§29-22B-1714 Criminal penalty for corrupt combinations, collusions or conspiracies prohibited.
§29-22B-1802 Legislative findings regarding seizure and sale of video gambling machines and other property.
§29-22B-1803 Items subject to forfeiture.
§29-22B-1804 Procedure for seizure of forfeitable property.
§29-22B-1805 Procedures for forfeiture.
§29-22B-1806 Disposition of forfeited moneys, securities or other negotiable instruments.
§29-22B-1807 Disposition of other forfeited property; distribution of proceeds.
§29-22B-1902 Preemption of state laws or local regulation.
§29-22B-1903 Timing of implementation.
§29-22C-1 Short title.
§29-22C-2 State authorization of table games at licensed racetrack facilities; legislative findings and declarations.
§29-22C-3 Definitions.
§29-22C-4 Commission duties and powers.
§29-22C-5 Appointment of commission staff; conditions of employment.
§29-22C-6 Licenses required.
§29-22C-7 Local option election.
§29-22C-8 License to operate a racetrack with West Virginia Lottery table games.
§29-22C-9 State ownership of table games.
§29-22C-10 Duties of racetrack table games licensee
§29-22C-11 Reports by a racetrack table games licensee.
§29-22C-12 License to supply a racetrack with gaming equipment or services
§29-22C-13 License to be employed in a racetrack with West Virginia Lottery table games
§29-22C-14 License to be a provider of management services.
§29-22C-15 License prohibitions.
§29-22C-16 License denial, revocation, suspension and reprimand
§29-22C-17 Hearing procedures.
§29-22C-18 Notice of license expiration and renewal.
§29-22C-19 Miscellaneous license provisions
§29-22C-20 Game rules of play; disputes.
§29-22C-21 Betting limits; operations and services.
§29-22C-22 Posting of betting limits.
§29-22C-23 Complimentary service, gift, cash or other item
§29-22C-24 Law enforcement.
§29-22C-25 Inspection and seizure.
§29-22C-26 Tax on the privilege of holding a license to operate West Virginia Lottery table games
§29-22C-27 West Virginia Lottery Racetrack Table Games Fund; Community-Based Service Fund; State Debt Reduction Fund; distribution of funds.
§29-22C-28 Prohibition on unauthorized wagering.
§29-22C-29 Offenses and penalties.
§29-22C-30 Forfeiture of property.
§29-22C-31 Civil penalties.
§29-22C-32 Preemption.
§29-22C-33 Exemption from federal law.
§29-22C-34 Shipment of gambling devices.
§29-23-1 Definitions.
§29-23-2 West Virginia boundary commission created; appointment; terms in office; expenses; powers and duties.
§29-23-3 Establishing and marking boundary line between Jefferson County, West Virginia, and Loudoun County, Virginia; effect of certain rights and prosecutions; transmission to members of Congress;
§29-24-1 Legislative findings and declarations.
§29-24-2 Terms defined.
§29-24-3 Board created, membership, terms, officers and staff.
§29-24-4 Compensation and expenses of board.
§29-24-5 Power, duties and responsibilities of the board; loans.
§29-24-6 Disbursements.
§29-24-7 Fund created.
§29-24-8 Deposits created by the board.
§29-24-9 Fund use.
§29-25-1 Authorization of limited gaming facility; findings; intent.
§29-25-2 Definitions.
§29-25-3 Commission duties and powers.
§29-25-4 Appointment of commission staff; conditions ofemployment.
§29-25-5 Rules.
§29-25-6 Law enforcement.
§29-25-7 Local option.
§29-25-8 Licenses required.
§29-25-9 License to operate a gaming facility.
§29-25-10 Reports by licensee
§29-25-11 License to supply gaming facility.
§29-25-12 License to be employed by operator of gaming facility.
§29-25-13 False statements on applications; other license requirements and prohibitions.
§29-25-14 Licenses; availability for inspection; change of address.
§29-25-15 Expiration date and renewal of gaming license.
§29-25-16 License denial, revocation and reprimand.
§29-25-17 Hearing procedures.
§29-25-18 Inspection and seizure.
§29-25-19 Consent to presence of law-enforcement officers; wagering limits; operations and services; posting of betting limits.
§29-25-20 Accounting and reporting of gross terminal income; distribution.
§29-25-21 Taxes on games other than video lottery games.
§29-25-22 Historic Resort Hotel Fund; allocation of adjusted gross receipts; disposition of license fees.
§29-25-22a Human Resource Benefit Fund.
§29-25-23 Prohibition on unauthorized wagering; complimentary service, gift, cash or other item.
§29-25-24 Individual gaming restrictions.
§29-25-25 Offenses and penalties.
§29-25-26 Forfeiture of property.
§29-25-27 Civil penalties
§29-25-28 Specific provision for video lottery games.
§29-25-29 Video lottery terminal requirements; application for approval of video lottery terminals; testing of video lottery terminals; report of test results; modifications to previously approved mod
§29-25-30 Video lottery terminal hardware and software requirements; hardware specifications; software requirements for randomness testing; software requirements for percentage payout; software requir
§29-25-31 The specific video lottery duties required of the gaming facility.
§29-25-32 Surcharge; Capital Reinvestment Fund.
§29-25-33 License to be a provider of management services.
§29-25-34 State ownership of West Virginia Lottery table games.
§29-25-35 Preemption.
§29-25-36 Exemption from federal law.
§29-25-37 Game rules of play; disputes.
§29-25-38 Shipment of gambling devices.
§29-26-1 West Virginia Courthouse Facilities Improvement Authority created; membership.
§29-26-2 Definitions.
§29-26-3 Development of guidelines and application for funding assistance.
§29-26-4 Requirements for assistance; review of application.
§29-26-5 Powers of the authority.
§29-26-6 The courthouse facilities improvement fund.
§29-27-1 Legislative findings.
§29-27-2 Definitions.
§29-27-3 Creation; appointment of board; terms; expenses; executive director.
§29-27-4 Board; quorum; chairperson; bylaws.
§29-27-5 Powers of authority.
§29-27-6 Continuation of legal obligations.
§29-28-1 Legislative findings.
§29-28-2 Definitions.
§29-28-3 Authority created.
§29-28-4 Appointment of board; terms.
§29-28-5 Board; quorum; bylaws.
§29-28-6 Executive director; powers and duties.
§29-28-7 Board expenses.
§29-28-8 Powers of authority.
§29-28-9 Limiting liability; insurance exemption for certain horsemen.
§29-28-10 Insurance policies.
§29-28-11 Exemption from taxation.
§29-28-12 Fund established; authorized expenditures; annual report.
§29-28-13 Continuation of legal obligations.