2005 Uncodified Acts

2005 Virginia Uncodified Acts
10/16/2018
Chapter 7 (SB 753)
Opiate addiction; standards for issuance of new licenses to providers of treatment. 
Chapter 10 (HB 2566)
Claims; Walter S. Lingebach. 
Chapter 11 (SB 1136)
No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education to seek waiver. 
Chapter 13 (HB 2602)
No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education to seek waiver. 
Chapter 17 (SB 752)
University of Virginia; extends sunset provision for electronic meetings of Board of Visitors. 
Chapter 24 (SB 841)
Prescription Drug Payment Assistance Program; created, report. 
Chapter 29 (SB 897)
Income tax, state; charitable contributions for relief of tsunami victims. 
Chapter 32 (SB 939)
Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2005; created. 
Chapter 53 (HB 1550)
Child Day-Care Council; parental notification when a child is injured. 
Chapter 56 (HB 1624)
Insurance Plan for Seniors; created. 
Chapter 64 (HB 1778)
Methadone clinics; prohibited in certain counties. 
Chapter 74 (HB 1923)
Handley Board of Trustees; terms of office in City of Winchester. 
Chapter 83 (HB 2047)
Higher Educational Institutions Bond Act of 2005; created. 
Chapter 99 (HB 2316)
Nursing home bed projects; conditions for issuance of an amended certificate of public need. 
Chapter 120 (HB 2747)
Claims; Beulah K. Davidson. 
Chapter 126 (HB 2880)
Communications services; various revisions to taxation thereof. 
Chapter 134 (HB 1556)
Indigent care; physicians providing services without charge immune from liability. 
Chapter 155 (HB 1812)
Pregnant inmates; prohibits execution. 
Chapter 159 (HB 1897)
Lippa, Anthony A., Jr.; awarded handgun for noteworthy service to Capitol Police. 
Chapter 177 (HB 2366)
Hospitals and nursing homes; Bd. of Health must include min. standards for design and construction. 
Chapter 199 (HB 2831)
Clinical drug trials; publication of certain data. 
Chapter 202 (HB 2891)
Real property; Governor to convey certain in custody of Bd. of Corrections to Town of Marion. 
Chapter 220 (SB 943)
State Police, Department of; conveyance of easement to Earl J. Nipper. 
Chapter 222 (SB 1024)
Hospitals and nursing homes; Bd. of Health must include minimum standards for design, etc. 
Chapter 235 (SB 1278)
Clinical drug trials; publication of certain data. 
Chapter 241 (SB 778)
Interstate Route 81 Corridor Multistate Transportation Planning Initiative; created. 
Chapter 247 (SB 837)
King Family Memorial Bridge; designating as portion of Route 260. 
Chapter 249 (SB 887)
Mennel Milling Company; conveys land in Roanoke County to be used as VDOT maintenance facility. 
Chapter 253 (SB 919)
G.A. Treakle Memorial Bridge and T. Ray Hassell, III Memorial Highway; designating. 
Chapter 254 (SB 929)
Blue Star Memorial Highway; designating as Route 1 in Fairfax County. 
Chapter 256 (SB 944)
H. Paul Buskell Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 460 Cedar Bluff bypass bridge. 
Chapter 270 (SB 1261)
Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel Commission; provisions for members. 
Chapter 272 (SB 1297)
80th U.S. Army Reserve Division Highway; designating as portions of Rts. 144, 1, and 150. 
Chapter 279 (HB 1597)
Roanoke Regional Airport Commission; allows Commission to change name. 
Chapter 295 (HB 2049)
Virginia Capital Trail; designating portion of Route 5 between City of Richmond and Jamestown. 
Chapter 297 (HB 2067)
Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel Commission; provisions for members. 
Chapter 306 (HB 2298)
Mennel Milling Company; conveyance of land in Roanoke County. 
Chapter 319 (HB 2554)
Interstate Route 81 Safety Taskforce; created. 
Chapter 324 (HB 2620)
Forest and forestry; transfers current regulations from Dept. of Conservation to Dept. of Forestry. 
Chapter 328 (HB 2827)
Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions include certain truck trailers and cargo containers. 
Chapter 332 (SB 783)
Electrical transmission lines; location underground in certain localities. 
Chapter 362 (SB 1312)
William and Mary, College of; conveyance of certain property in City of Williamsburg. 
Chapter 388 (HB 1963)
Social benefits structure, current; Department of Social Services to assess report. 
Chapter 393 (HB 2036)
Long-term care; to ensure coordinated, effective, and efficient services to older adults. 
Chapter 426 (HB 2669)
Public safety personnel; certain persons exempt from liability, extends sunset provision. 
Chapter 442 (HB 2936)
Natural cut Christmas trees; use in certain place of worship and apartment dwelling units. 
Chapter 491 (SB 813)
Logo sign program; fee shall be collected by Transp. Comm. from entity for purpose of participating. 
Chapter 495 (SB 945)
Cemeteries; Buchanan County to expend county funds for maintenance of highways. 
Chapter 522 (HB 1668)
Game wardens; abolishes payment of salaries by Dickenson and Buchanan Counties. 
Chapter 523 (HB 1669)
Deer; abolishes rifle hunting in Essex County. 
Chapter 524 (HB 1670)
Hunting; abolishes unlawful rifles in Buckingham County. 
Chapter 525 (HB 1671)
Firearms; prohibits person carrying on any part of highway. 
Chapter 526 (HB 1705)
Manville Veterans Memorial Bridge; designating as Route 665 bridge over Copper Creek in Scott Co. 
Chapter 527 (HB 1708)
Joe D. Meade Bridge; designating as new pedestrian bridge over Route 71 in Scott County. 
Chapter 545 (HB 2336)
William H. Hume and Jean Emmons McCarty Hume Memorial Bridge; designating portion of Route 688. 
Chapter 555 (HB 2574)
Roads, private; localities may appropriate funds for maintenance. 
Chapter 566 (HB 2844)
Competitive Government Act; change in reporting dates. 
Chapter 570 (HB 2938)
Michael Todd Blanton Memorial Bridge. 
Chapter 577 (HB 2054)
Alternative, pilot project; VITA to study. 
Chapter 605 (HB 1787)
Teachers; extends sunset provision concerning retirement allowances, report. 
Chapter 606 (SB 817)
Teachers; extends sunset provision concerning retirement allowances, report. 
Chapter 607 (SB 761)
Teachers; extends sunset provision for division superintendent to report shortages to school board. 
Chapter 608 (HB 1781)
Teachers; extends sunset provision for division superintendent to report shortages to school board. 
Chapter 609 (HB 1782)
Teachers; extends provision for Superintendent of Public Instruction surveying shortage in schools. 
Chapter 615 (HB 1893)
Deputy Cliff Dicker Memorial Hwy.; designating as portion of Route 100 in Wythe County. 
Chapter 623 (HB 2013)
Heritage Music Trail: The Crooked Road; designating as certain highways in Southwest Virginia. 
Chapter 633 (HB 2321)
Reporting requirements of certain agencies and collegial bodies. 
Chapter 634 (HB 2400)
Heritage Music Trail: The Crooked Road; designating as certain highways in Southwest Virginia. 
Chapter 637 (HB 2429)
Prescription Monitoring Program; includes reporting by out-of-state dispensers. 
Chapter 655 (HB 2763)
Transportation projects; removes certain designated as funded from Priority Transpotation Fund. 
Chapter 659 (HB 2856)
Heritage Music Trail: The Crooked Road; designating as certain highways in Southwest Virginia. 
Chapter 660 (HB 2905)
Willard Owens Memorial Highway; designating as Route 609 in Buchanan County. 
Chapter 664 (SB 740)
Heritage Music Trail: The Crooked Road; designating as certain highways in Southwest Virginia. 
Chapter 678 (SB 1098)
Prescription Monitoring Program; includes reporting by out-of-state dispensers. 
Chapter 680 (SB 1113)
Clarksville-Boydton Airport Commission; created. 
Chapter 717 (SB 1184)
Newborn screening. 
Chapter 721 (HB 1824)
Infants; screening tests required after delivery. 
Chapter 750 (SB 1015)
Staunton Correctional Center; Governor to sell and convey. 
Chapter 752 (SB 1033)
Virginia Capital Trail. 
Chapter 763 (SB 1192)
Personal information; prohibits posting certain on Internet. 
Chapter 794 (HB 1943)
Staunton Correctional Center; Governor to sell and convey. 
Chapter 798 (HB 2052)
Clerks of court; prohibits posting personal information on Internet. 
Chapter 832 (HB 2576)
H. Paul Buskell Memorial Bridge. 
Chapter 838 (HB 2639)
Medical care facilities certificate of public need; reissuance of request for new nursing home beds. 
Chapter 841 (HB 2689)
Duck blinds; allows use in certain localities and waters. 
Chapter 846 (HB 2788)
Land preservation tax credit; transfer to other taxpayers. 
Chapter 852 (HB 2850)
Veterans' Care Center; Governor to request federal funds to expand capacity of beds. 
Chapter 874 (HB 1656)
Ronald Wilson Reagan Memorial Highway; designating a portion of Route 234 in Prince William County. 
Chapter 896 (HB 2341)
Claims; H. Steven Arrington, Carolyn Dixon, Betty Earle and E. Anthony Ware. 
Chapter 936 (SB 905)
Capitol restoration; sale of surplus property and transfer of proceeds. 
Chapter 946 (HJ 586)
Constitutional amendment; marriage may exist only between a man and woman (first reference). 
Chapter 947 (HJ 633)
Constitutional amendment; exempts certain property from taxation (first reference). 
Chapter 948 (SJ 275)
Constitutional amendment; exempts certain property from taxation (first reference). 
Chapter 949 (SJ 337)
Constitutional amendment (first resolution); marriage. 
Chapter 950 (SJ 339)
Constitutional amendment; prohibits General Assembly from incorporating churches (1st reference). 
Chapter 951 (HB 1500)
Budget Bill. Additional appropriations for 2004-2006 biennium. 

The Virginia General Assembly is offering access to the Code of Virginia on the Internet as a service to the public. We are unable to assist users of this service with legal questions nor respond to requests for legal advice or the application of the law to specific facts. Therefore, to understand and protect your legal rights, you should consult an attorney.

The Code of Virginia online database excludes material copyrighted by the publisher, Michie, a division of Matthew Bender. Copyrighted material includes annotations and revisors' notes, which may be found in the print version of the Code of Virginia. Annotated print copies of the Code of Virginia are available in most Virginia public library systems, from LexisNexis (1-800-446-3410), and from West, a Thomson-Reuters business (1-800-344-5008).