2004 Uncodified Acts

2004 Virginia Uncodified Acts
8/22/2018
Chapter 1 (HB 1296)
James Madison University; facilitates ability to begin construction needed as result of fire damage. 
Chapter 2 (HB 31)
Higher Educational Institutions Bond Bill of 2004; created. 
Chapter 3 (HB 32)
Parking Facilities Bond Bill of 2004; created. 
Chapter 4 (HB 5001)
Budget Bill. 
Chapter 17 (HB 37)
Constitutional amendment; succession to office of Governor. 
Chapter 33 (HB 75)
Bear or deer; abolishes damage stamp requirement in Craig County. 
Chapter 58 (HB 14)
State agency reporting requirements; certain eliminated. 
Chapter 62 (HB484)
 
Chapter 76 (HB 16)
Health insurance; abolishes optional supplemental insurance for retired state employees. 
Chapter 82 (HB 235)
Inmate Data System; maint. by Compensation Board, recouping costs assoc. with incarcerating aliens. 
Chapter 85 (HB 501)
Nursing home bed projects; conditions for issuance of an amended certificate of public need. 
Chapter 91 (SB 388)
Nursing home bed projects; conditions for issuance of an amended certificate of public need. 
Chapter 117 (SB 560)
Monacan Bridge; desig. as Lynchburg bypass bridge across James River b/Amherst Cty & Lynchb. 
Chapter 119 (SB 590)
Woodlawn Road; Dept. of Transp. to assert property rights of State in Fairfax County & Ft. Belvoir. 
Chapter 120 (SB 654)
Hampton Roads Sanitation District; adding King and Queen County thereto. 
Chapter 129 (HB 302)
Translation contracts; Dept. of General Serv. to establish for telephonic language interpretation. 
Chapter 138 (HB 622)
Natural cut Christmas trees; use in certain places of worship and apartment dwelling units. 
Chapter 139 (HB 627)
Ambulance; definition. 
Chapter 148 (HB 642)
Miller School of Albemarle; membership of Board of Trustees. 
Chapter 156 (SB 44)
Health insurance; coverage for biologically based mental illness. 
Chapter 235 (HB 1291)
Woodlawn Road; Dept. of Transp. to assert property rights of State in Fairfax County & Ft. Belvoir. 
Chapter 244 (SB 110)
Water supply plan regulations; effective date. 
Chapter 249 (SB 365)
Environmental permit fees; applicable to water and nonhazardous solid waste. 
Chapter 257 (SB 623)
Campbell, Anthony Daryl; widow awarded serv. hdgn. which he used as member of St. Police. 
Chapter 258 (HB 25)
Deer or elk; spotlighting. 
Chapter 259 (HB 26)
Antlerless deer; hunting. 
Chapter 260 (HB 27)
Wild turkeys; hunting in Pittsylvania County. 
Chapter 261 (HB 28)
Squirrels; hunting in Floyd County. 
Chapter 265 (HB 76)
Bird sanctuary; abolishes establishment in Roanoke County. 
Chapter 266 (HB 77)
Deer and wild birds or animals; abolishes unlawful rifle hunting in Halifax & Cumberland Counties. 
Chapter 290 (HB 643)
Norfolk Southern Corporation; Dept. of Conserv. & Recreation to accept abandoned railroad prop. 
Chapter 324 (HB 1350)
Environmental permit fees; applicable to water and nonhazardous solid waste. 
Chapter 337 (SB 609)
Final judgments in circuit court; when modifiable and appealable. 
Chapter 393 (SB 227)
Firearms; permit to sell or purchase in certain counties. 
Chapter 454 (HB 949)
Elizabeth River; Governor to convey certain subaqueous lands to Norfolk City. 
Chapter 473 (HB 1257)
Diplomas; local school board to award verified units of credit. 
Chapter 483 (HB 1436)
Elizabeth River; Marine Resources Commission to grant easement to VEPCO for electr. transm. lines. 
Chapter 490 (SB 32)
Parking Facilities Bond Bill of 2004; created. 
Chapter 532 (HB 433)
School boards; fringe benefits, expenses and reimbursements in Arlington County. 
Chapter 537 (HB 547)
Higher educ. inst. & industry; development of policies and strategies to eliminate barriers between. 
Chapter 550 (HB 963)
Exterior lighting; allows James City Co. to regulate illumination levels of buildings and property. 
Chapter 571 (HB 1261)
Employment Commission; conveying certain real property located in Petersburg City. 
Chapter 572 (HB 1313)
William J. Hargis, Jr. Library; Institute of Marine Science to name library. 
Chapter 578 (SB 13)
Sam Snead Memorial Highway; designating as Route 220 in Bath County. 
Chapter 579 (SB 34)
Jack and Carter Hardesty Bridge; designating as Route 340 bridge in Clarke County. 
Chapter 581 (SB 155)
George Fortune, Jr., Memorial Bridges; designating as I-66 bridges over Rt. 29 in Fairfax County. 
Chapter 616 (HB 545)
Integrated research & academic campuses; Research & Tech. Adv. Comm. continue its exam. of establmt. 
Chapter 618 (HB 605)
York County Circuit Court; name changed to York County-Poquoson Circuit Court. 
Chapter 624 (HB 909)
Heritage Music Trail: The Crooked Road; designating as certain hwys. in Southwest Va. 
Chapter 625 (HB 910)
Country Music Highway; designating portion of Rt. 23 lying within Wise, Lee, and Scott Counties. 
Chapter 628 (HB 997)
Fairfax Station Road; designating entire length in Fairfax County as a Virginia byway. 
Chapter 629 (HB 998)
Pleasant Valley Road; designating portion thereof in Fairfax County as a Virginia byway. 
Chapter 633 (HB 1154)
Route 17; designating portion as a Virginia byway. 
Chapter 634 (HB 1174)
Telecommunications and video taxation; proposed changes. 
Chapter 641 (HB 1413)
Korean War, World War II, & Vietnam Veterans Mem. Hwys.; desig. as Interstate Routes 64, 81, & 95. 
Chapter 642 (HB 1432)
Lovettsville Union Cemetery Company; updating incorporation thereof. 
Chapter 643 (HB 1444)
Humelsine Parkway; designating as Route 199 between I-64 east and west of Williamsburg City. 
Chapter 660 (SB 107)
Toll facilities; allows operator or toll collection tech. to obtain vehicle owner inform. from DMV. 
Chapter 662 (SB 126)
Virginia-North Carolina Interstate High-Speed Rail Compact; created. 
Chapter 664 (SB 139)
High-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes; Dept. of Transportation when making improv. to I-66 to include. 
Chapter 698 (SB 419)
Motor vehicle registration; nonrenew. for nonpaymt. of parkg. citations, abol. sunset provisions. 
Chapter 705 (SB 516)
Staunton Correctional Center; Governor to sell and convey. 
Chapter 708 (SB 565)
Health-related data elements; Secretary of Health & Human Resources to create a reference database. 
Chapter 713 (SB 602)
Chamberlin Hotel at Fort Monroe; extends lease for operation. 
Chapter 763 (HB 1182)
Monacan Bridge; designating as Lynchburg bypass bridge across James River. 
Chapter 776 (SB 285)
Licensure by Bd. of Contractors; Dept. of Prof. & Occupat'l Regul. & Bd. for Contr. to est. progr. 
Chapter 777 (SB 434)
Administrative Rules, Joint Commission on; continued, staffing. 
Chapter 789 (HB 454)
Licensure by Bd. of Contractors; Dept. of Prof'l. & Occupat'l Regul. & Bd. for Contr. to est. progr. 
Chapter 813 (SB 31)
Higher Educational Institutions Bond Bill of 2004; created. 
Chapter 824 (SB 608)
Statewide Agencies Radio System (STARS); Secretary of Public Safety to implement. 
Chapter 825 (SB 614)
Occoneechee State Park; Dept. of Conserv. & Rec. to amend lease w/Sec. of Army in Mecklenburg. 
Chapter 852 (HB 848)
Relief; Ruffin, Julius Earl. 
Chapter 853 (HB 851)
Pharmacists; collaborative agreements with practitioner of med., etc. to continue. 
Chapter 861 (HB 1042)
Correctional facilities; utilization of private contracts. 
Chapter 873 (SB 18)
Constitutional amendment; effective dates of legislative and congressional redistricting. 
Chapter 880 (SB 234)
Claims; Julius Earl Ruffin. 
Chapter 897 (HB 105)
Capitol Square Preservation Act of 2003; changes in provisions. 
Chapter 910 (HB 635)
Assisted living facilities; exception to regula. requirement for those w/Alzheimer's care units. 
Chapter 969 (HB 1474)
Stuart Finley Bridge; desig. as bridge on Potterton Drive over Lake Barcroft in Fairfax County. 
Chapter 981 (SJ 6)
Constitutional amendment; effective dates of legislative and congressional redistricting. 
Chapter 982 (HJ 9)
Constitutional amendment; succession to office of Governor (second reference). 
Chapter 1000 (HB 1231)
Collegial bodies; changes and conformity of provisions. 
Chapter 1017 (SB 573)
Professional licensees; exp. of contin. educ. requir. for reg. who are on active military duty. 
Chapter 1020 (SB 661)
Real property owned by State; cert. restricted use may be satisfied if used for tourism in Va. Bch. 

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