Administrative Rules Filed With The
Revisor Of Statutes Bureau
The following administrative rules have been filed with the Revisor of Statutes Bureau and are in the process of being published. The date assigned to each rule is the projected effective date. It is possible that the publication of these rules could be delayed. Contact the Revisor of Statutes Bureau at (608) 266-7275 for updated information on the effective dates for the listed rules.
An order affecting chs. Comm 18 and ILHR 51 and ss. Comm 82.33 and 82.36 and ILHR 50.12 and 55.20, relating to the design and construction of elevators and other mechanical lifting devices.
Financial Institutions--Securities (CR 97-148):
An order repealing ss. DFI-Sec 7.01 (6), 27.01 (5) and 35.01 (4), relating to Division photocopying fee charges.
An order repealing and recreating s. Trans 201.15, relating to erecting outdoor advertising signs where messages may be changed by electronic process.
An order creating s. Trans 261.155, relating to multiple trip mobile home permits.
An order affecting ch. Trans 302, relating to vehicle marking.
An order repealing and recreating ch. VA 12, relating to the personal loan program.
The following administrative rule orders have been adopted and published in the March 31, 1998
Wisconsin Administrative Register. Copies of these rules are sent to subscribers of the complete Wisconsin Administrative Code, and also to the subscribers of the specific affected Code.
For subscription information, contact Document Sales at (608) 266-3358.
An order creating ch. Adm 68, relating to length, expiration date and fee for licenses issued to manufactured and mobile home dealers and salespeople and for registration plates issued to dealers.
An order affecting ch. Adm 1, relating to parking on state-controlled property.
An order repealing and recreating ch. Adm 2, relating to the use, care and preservation of property under the Department's control.
Agriculture, Trade & Consumer Protection (CR 97-43):
An order creating ss. ATCP 31.03 and 31.08, relating to standards for repealing site-specific prohibitions against the use of pesticides found in groundwater.
Effective 04-01-98. (corrected)
Chiropractic Examining Board (CR 97-65):
An order affecting ss. Chir 5.01, 5.02 and 5.03, relating to continuing education requirements and approval of continuing education programs for chiropractors.
An order affecting chs. Comm 5 and 17 and ss. ILHR 20.09, 20.10 and 41.16, relating to credentials.
An order affecting ss. ER 18.02, 18.03, 18.04 and 18.15, relating to annual leave, sick leave credits, the adjustment of sick leave balances for state employes, and catastrophic leave.
An order creating s. Ins 2.80, relating to valuation of reserve liabilities for life insurance.
An order affecting ss. Ins 2.14 and 2.16, relating to life insurance solicitations.
An order creating s. NR 10.02 (9), relating to adding the timber rattlesnake as a protected wild animal.
An order amending s. NR 24.09 (1) (a) and (2), as affected by Clearinghouse Rule 96-189
, relating to commercial clamming on the Wisconsin-Iowa boundary waters.
An order affecting s. NR 25.03 (2) (b), relating to relicensing Lake Michigan commercial fishers.
An order amending s. Trans 276.07 (15) and (31), relating to allowing the operation of “double bottoms” (and certain other vehicles) on certain specified highways.
Final Regulatory Flexibility Analyses
Ch. Adm 68 - Length, expiration date and fee for licenses issued to manufactured and mobile home dealers and salespersons and for registration plates issued to dealers.
Summary of Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis:
1. Types of small businesses that will be affected by the rule:
There are currently 158 licensed mobile home dealers who employe less than 25 individuals. We are unable to determine the gross annual sales for each mobile home dealer.
2. Reason for failing to include in the rule any of the methods specified in s. 227.114 (2), Stats.:
The proposed rule increased the licensing fee by an average of $40 per year in order to increase revenue to fully fund the program. In response to concerns raised, the department revised the fee increases to affect all dealers equally.
3. Summary of issues raised by small businesses during the hearing of the rule, any changes in proposed rule as a result of alternatives suggested by small businesses and the reasons for rejecting any alternatives suggested by small businesses.
4. Reporting, bookkeeping, and other procedures required for compliance with the rule:
5. Nature and cost of other measures and investments that will be required for compliance with the rule:
6. Additional cost, if any, to the agency of administering or enforcing a rule which includes any of the methods specified under s. 227.114 (2), Stats.:
7. Impact on public health, safety and welfare, if any, caused by including in the rule any of the methods specified under s. 227.114 (2), Stats.:
Summary of Comments: