1990 Ohio Attorney General Reports and Opinions 1-1 (1990)

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Complete to March 31, 1990

Chapter 109
ATTORNEY GENERAL

ORGANIZATION, POWERS,
AND DUTIES
109.01    Election; term
109.02    Duties
109.03    Appointment of assistant attorney general and
chief counsel; duties
109.04    Powers and duties of first assistant attorney
general
109.05    Employees
109.06    Bond
109.07    Special counsel
109.08    Special counsel to collect claims; letterhead
stationery
109.081   Claims fund
109.082   Problem resolution officers
109.09    Action on official bonds
109.10    Proceedings in quo warranto
109.11    Canal land disputes; title; reports-Repealed
109.12    Legal advice to state officers and board
109.121   Land title review and opinion
109.122   Defense of tort actions against certain employ-
ees-Repealed
109.13    General assembly may require written opinions
109.14    Attorney general shall advise prosecuting
attorneys
109.15    Forms of contracts
109.16    Suits may be brought in Franklin county
109.17    Writs in other counties
109.18    Service by publication
109.19    Security for costs and verification of pleadings
109.20    Actions to be taken out of their order
109.21    Annual report
109.22    Registers shall be kept
CHARITABLE TRUSTS
109.23    Definition of charitable trust; application
109.231   Administration of private foundation or split-
interest trust
109.232   Amendment of trust to conform to federal law;
approval
109.24    Enforcement
109.25    Service of process on charitable trust
109.26    Registration of charitable trusts; exemptions; duty
of trustees
109.27    Rules and regulations concerning information for
register
109.28    Inspection of register
Copyright 1990
Backs-Baldwin Law Publishing Company
OAG

109.29
109.30
109.31
109.32
109.33
109.36
109.361
109.362
109.363
109.364
109.365
109.366

Probate and common pleas papers relating to
charitable trusts
Notice to admit will involving charitable trust to
probate
Annual report by trustees; exceptions; fees
Charitable foundations fund
Assistants, employees, experts; compensation
REPRESENTATION OF OFFICER
OR EMPLOYEE
Definitions
Representation of officer or employee
Denial of request
Employer's report
Remedy in court of claims
Information privileged; exceptions
Rules

OBSCENITY LAWS
109.40   Compilation and distribution of statutes relative
to obscenity laws
AGENT IN ESCHEAT PROCEEDINGS
109.41   Agent in certain escheat matters
VICTIMS' RIGHTS PAMPHLET
109.42   Victims' rights pamphlet; publication and distri-
bution; costs
BUREAU OF CRIMINAL
IDENTIFICATION AND
INVESTIGATION

109.51
109.52
109.53
109.54
109.55
109.56
109.57
109.571
109.58

Creation of bureau of criminal identification and
investigation
Criminal analysis laboratory; investigators and
technicians
Equipment and furnishings of the bureau
Intergovernmental cooperation; drug investiga-
tions; recording and televising equipment for
child sex offense victims; list of persons to
question sex offense victims
Coordination of law enforcement activities
Training local law enforcement authorities
Duties of the superintendent of the bureau
L.aw enforcement communications committee cre-
ated; duties
Superintendent shall prepare a standard finger-
print impression sheet; may provide to schools

March 1990

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