or storage use has occurred; or
(2) complies with the rules for an H-3 building occupancy under the Indiana building code adopted by the fire prevention and building commission established under IC 22-12-2-1, or the equivalent occupancy classification adopted by subsequent rules of the fire prevention and building commission.
A registration under section 5(b)(3) of this chapter is required for operation in 2006 and following years.".
Page 10, delete lines 22 through 25.
Page 10, line 26, delete "building safety commission.".
Page 10, line 26, before "A" begin a new paragraph and insert:
Page 10, line 32, delete "gross".
Page 10, line 32, delete "structure," and insert " structure".
Page 10, line 33, delete "other than those set forth in section 8(a) of this chapter,".
Page 10, line 34, delete "one" and insert " three".
Page 10, line 34, delete "five hundred (1,500)" and insert " (3,000) gross".
Page 10, line 35, delete "product." and insert " consumer fireworks.".
Page 10, delete lines 36 through 39.
Page 10, line 40, delete "(5)" and insert " (4)".
Page 10, line 42, delete "(6)" and insert " (5)".
Page 11, line 5, delete "(c)" and insert " (d)".
Page 11, line 22, reset in roman "one thousand".
Page 11, line 22, delete "seven hundred".
Page 11, line 23, delete "fifty".
Page 11, line 23, reset in roman "($1,000)".
Page 11, line 23, delete "($750)".
Page 11, line 23, delete "an" and insert " a".
Page 11, delete lines 24 through 28, begin a new line block indented and insert:
" registration fee of:
(A) two hundred dollars ($200) for each additional sales location in a structure; and
(B) five hundred dollars ($500) for each additional sales location in a tent;
from which consumer fireworks are to be offered for sale. The registration fee shall be deposited in the fire and building services fund as set forth in IC 22-12-6-1(c).".
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person for an injury and identifies the person's injury as
resulting from fireworks or pyrotechnics, the practitioner; or
(2) a hospital or outpatient surgical center initially treats a person for an injury and the administrator of the hospital or outpatient surgical center identifies the person's injury as resulting from fireworks or pyrotechnics, the administrator or the administrator's designee;
shall report the case to the state health data center of the state department of health not more than five (5) business days after the time the person is treated. The report may be made in writing on a form prescribed by the state department of health.
(b) A person submitting a report under subsection (a) shall make a reasonable attempt to include the following information:
(1) The name, address, and age of the injured person.
(2) The date and time of the injury and the location where the injury occurred.
(3) If the injured person was less than eighteen (18) years of age, whether an adult was present when the injury occurred.
(4) Whether the injured person consumed an alcoholic beverage within three (3) hours before the occurrence of the injury.
(5) A description of the firework or pyrotechnic that caused the injury.
(6) The nature and extent of the injury.
(c) A report made under this section is considered confidential for purposes of IC 5-14-3-4(a)(1).
(d) The state department of health shall compile the data collected under this section and submit in an electronic format under IC 5-14-6 a report of the compiled data to the legislative council not later than December 31 of each year.
Your Committee of One, to which was referred House Bill 1099, begs leave to report that said bill has been
amended as directed.