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Title : Title 05. ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Chapter : Chapter 379. BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING. PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Title 5 - §12001. Purpose

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12001. Purpose

It is the purpose of this chapter to provide the State with a complete inventory and central listing of all boards, commissions, committees, councils, authorities and other similar organizations established by the Legislature as a means of controlling the proliferation of these organizations and as a means of reducing duplication and making the most efficient use of these organizations. It is also the purpose of this chapter to classify these organizations according to similarity of powers, duties and responsibilities in order to provide standards for the compensation and operation of these organizations. [1983, c. 812, § 39 (new).]
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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12002-A. Payment of expenses

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12002-A. Payment of expenses

1. Activities subject to reimbursement. Members of boards may be paid for expenses at a rate not to exceed the rate normally paid to state employees for the following:



A. Actual attendance at meetings called by the chairman of the board or a majority of members of the board; [1985, c. 295, § 6 (rpr).]




B. Actual attendance at public hearings held by the board necessary to fulfill the duties and responsibilities of the board; [1985, c. 295, § 6 (rpr).]




C. Actual attendance at meetings of groups advisory to the board; [1985, c. 295, § 6 (rpr).]




D. Actual attendance at a meeting held out-of-state which is necessary to the purpose of the board; or [1985, c. 295, § 6 (rpr).]




E. Participation in official business of the board required by law or by rule of the board or a procedure which is necessary to fulfill the statutory responsibilities of the board, but shall not include any of the prohibited activities as defined in section 12002-B, subsection 2. Members of occupational and professional licensing boards, as defined in section 12004-A, may receive expenses for meetings relating to the occupations and professions regulated by each board and which meetings are held out of state. [1989, c. 503, Pt. B, §25 (amd).]

[1989, c. 503, Pt. B, §25 (amd).]


2. Child care and personal care expenses. Child care expenses and personal care expenses may be reimbursed only as provided in this subsection.



A. For those board members who hold their positions because state statute, federal statute or federal regulation requires membership of low income people, those members may be reimbursed for reasonable child care expenses incurred while engaged in the official business of the board. [1985, c. 295, § 6 (new).]




B. For those board members who are selected because they are developmentally disabled or handicapped or who are the parents or guardians of handicapped persons, those members may be reimbursed for reasonable child care expenses and personal care expenses incurred while engaged in the official business of the board. [1985, c. 295, § 6 (new).]

[1985, c. 295, § 6 (new).]

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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12002-B. Compensation of board members

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12002-B. Compensation of board members

Members of boards shall be paid a legislative per diem, another specified daily rate of compensation, a salary, expenses only or no compensation, as established for each board in sections 12004-A to 12004-L. Any board for which a legislative per diem, another specified daily rate of compensation or a salary is specified shall also be authorized to receive expenses as provided in section 12002-A. If the rate of compensation specifies expenses only, the member shall receive expenses as provided in section 12002-A. If the rate of compensation specifies "not authorized," the member shall receive no compensation or expenses. [1989, c. 503, Pt. B, §26 (amd).]

1. Payment of compensation. The legislative per diem or any other specified daily rate of compensation or annual rate of compensation, as specified in sections 12004-A to 12004-K, may be paid only for a member's:



A. Actual attendance at meetings of the board within the State called by the chair or by a majority of the members of the board; [1989, c. 503, Pt. B, §27 (amd).]




B. Actual attendance at public hearings held by the board within the State to fulfill the duties and responsibilities of the board; [1983, c. 812, § 39 (new).]




C. Actual attendance at meetings within the State of groups advisory to the board; or [1983, c. 812, § 39 (new).]




D. Participation in official business of the board required by law or by rule of the board or a procedure which is necessary to fulfill the statutory responsibilities of the board, but shall not include any of the prohibited activities as defined in subsection 2. [1985, c. 295, § 7 (rpr).]

[1989, c. 503, Pt. B, §27 (amd).]


1-A. Payments of compensation for written decisions. A daily rate of compensation may be paid to the following persons for the preparation of a written decision of the board:



A. The chairman of any board who is required by law to prepare and issue a written decision of the board; and [1985, c. 295, § 8 (new).]




B. A member of the board who has been assigned to serve as a hearing examiner in an adjudicatory proceeding. [1985, c. 295, § 8 (new).]

The payment of compensation as provided in this subsection shall be provided only in the event that a statutorily required written decision cannot be prepared at a meeting or hearing of the board and shall not exceed the payment of 5 days of compensation for the preparation and issue of a written decision. [1985, c. 295, § 8 (new).]


2. Prohibition of payment of compensation. No daily, hourly or annual rate of compensation may be paid to any board member for any of the following:



A. Preparation or review of materials for any meetings or hearings of any board, unless the member is preparing or reviewing materials in his capacity as the assigned hearing examiner in an adjudicatory proceeding; [1985, c. 295, § 9 (new).]




B. Completion of work, except as provided in subsection 1-A, following meetings or hearings of the board; [1985, c. 295, § 9 (new).]




C. Lobbying activities; [1985, c. 295, § 9 (new).]




D. Attendance at meetings or conferences held out of state, unless attendance is mandatory for training purposes or for maintaining qualifications in order to remain on the board, exclusive of a member's professional or occupational requirements and the required training is not available within the State. Compensation may be paid to any board member for attendance at meetings out of state for the purpose of securing an approval by the Federal Government or another state government which the board is required to seek and a rate of compensation is not paid by the Federal Government or other state government to the board member for attendance at these meetings; and [1985, c. 295, § 9 (new).]




E. Any activity for which approval has not been granted by the chairman, a person authorized by statute to give approval or by a majority of the board members. [1985, c. 295, § 9 (new).]

[1985, c. 295, § 9 (rpr).]

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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12002-C. Per diem and expense vouchers

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12002-C. Per diem and expense vouchers

In order to receive per diem compensation or reimbursement for expenses as authorized by this chapter, a member of a board that is required to submit expense vouchers to the Department of Administrative and Financial Services for reimbursement must complete and sign an expense voucher form to the satisfaction of the Commissioner of Administrative and Financial Services. Every board member shall certify in writing on the voucher form whether the per diem or expenses incurred for each item is an official meeting or hearing activity required by statute that has been called by the chair of the board or by a person authorized by statute to call the meeting or hearing. In the event that the requested per diem or expense reimbursement is not the result of an official meeting or hearing of the board, the board member shall explain on the voucher the reason for the claim. The Commissioner of Administrative and Financial Services may disapprove those expenses or portion of expenses that do not comply with this chapter. [1991, c. 780, Pt. Y, §101 (amd).]
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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12002-D. Expenses of boards excluded by definition

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12002-D. Expenses of boards excluded by definition

Sections 12002-A, 12002-B and 12002-C governing the payment of compensation and reimbursement of expenses to boards subject to this chapter do not apply to boards that are excluded from this chapter, as defined in section 12002, subsection 1, paragraphs A to F. Reimbursement of expenses of boards excluded by the definition in section 12002, subsection 1, shall be governed by this section. [1985, c. 732, § 1 (new).] div>
Any boards excluded from the definition of a board subject to this chapter may be reimbursed for expenses, including meals and refreshments provided during the meeting of the board to the extent that the department or agency of State Government with which the board is associated has sufficient money in the budget of the department or agency to reimburse the expenses. [1985, c. 732, § 1 (new).]
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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12002. Definitions

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12002. Definitions

As used in this chapter, unless the context indicates otherwise, the following terms have the following meanings. [1983, c. 812, § 39 (new).]

1. Board. "Board" means any authority, board, commission, committee, council and similar organization, including independent organizations, established or authorized by the Legislature to fulfill specific functions the members of which do not serve full time. "Board" does not include:



A. Any informal advisory organization established exclusively by a state agency to advise the commissioner or director of that agency on an informal basis; [1983, c. 812, § 39 (new).]




B. Any authority, board, commission, committee, council and similar organization organized or appointed exclusively by a political subdivision of the State to include regional, county and local planning boards, economic development boards or district, or educational, cultural or recreational boards; [1983, c. 812, § 39 (new).]




C. Any authority, board, commission, committee, council and similar organization organized exclusively pursuant to federal law and which does not require authorization by the State; [1983, c. 862, § 39 (new).]




D. Any authority, board, commission, committee, council and similar organization organized or authorized exclusively by Executive Order; [1985, c. 295, § 3 (amd).]




E. Special study organizations as defined in subsection 4; [1993, c. 489, §1 (amd).]




F. A joint standing committee of the Legislature or any joint select committee, composed exclusively of Representatives and Senators; and [1993, c. 489, §2 (amd).]




G. The Maine Indian Tribal-State Commission, as established in Title 30, section 6212, subsection 1, as part of the Maine Indian Claims Settlement. [1993, c. 489, §3 (new).]

[1993, c. 489, §§1-3 (amd).]


2. Expenses. "Expenses" means travel, meals or lodging costs or other necessary costs incurred by a member of a board in the performance of his duties as a member of that board. Noonday meal expenses incurred while in attendance at a board meeting or hearing shall be deemed a reimbursable expense, but shall not exceed $5 per meal. [1985, c. 295, §4 (amd).]


3. Legislative per diem. "Legislative per diem" means the per diem authorized by Title 3, section 2, that is paid to Legislators for every day's attendance at meetings held when the Legislature is not in daily session. For the purpose of this subsection, "legislative per diem" does not mean the compensation authorized by Title 3, section 2, that is paid to Legislators for every day's attendance at special sessions of the Legislature. [1989, c. 600, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]


3-A. Personal care expenses. "Personal care expenses" means the cost of feeding, dressing, toileting, mobility and personal hygiene assistance provided to developmentally disabled or handicapped persons who are members or the children of members of boards established in this chapter. [1985, c. 295, §5 (new).]


4. Special study organization. "Special study organization" means any board established or authorized by the Legislature to undertake a study of a particular subject and which is required to complete its study during the biennium of the Legislature which created it. [1983, c. 812, §39 (new).]

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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12003-A. Standards

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12003-A. Standards

Boards established by this chapter shall comply with the following standards. [1985, c. 295, §12 (new).]

1. Compensation of substantive boards. Compensation provided to members of boards that are not classified as advisory boards in sections 12004-A to 12004-L shall not exceed the legislative per diem rate defined in section 12002 for the purposes defined in section 12002-B.



A. The only exception to this policy applies to boards which require members with special expertise for which there is an extremely limited supply and which require members to undertake very difficult tasks and render decisions that have a significant impact upon the State. [1985, c. 295, §12 (new).]

[1989, c. 503, Pt. B, §28 (amd).]


2. Compensation of advisory boards. Compensation provided to members of boards, defined in section 12004-I as advisory boards or boards with minimal authority, shall not exceed $25 per day and payment of expenses.



A. Advisory and other boards, as defined in section 12004-I, which are not authorized by law to be reimbursed for expenses shall not be eligible for this reimbursement. [1989, c. 503, Pt. B, §28 (amd).]

[1989, c. 503, Pt. B, §28 (amd).]


3. Compensation as provided in section 12004-A to 12004-K. Compensation to members of boards shall be in accordance with the rate established for each board in section 12004-A to 12004-K. The defined rate of compensation for each board in section 12004-A to 12004-K shall be in compliance with this section. [1989, c. 503, Pt. B, §28 (amd).]


4. Compensation of state employee members of boards. State employee members of boards may receive their regular wages or salaries or the authorized per diem compensation, but not both, as defined by this subsection.



A. Any state employee, classified or unclassified, who is a member of a board by virtue of the position held by that state employee or who has been designated by the commissioner or director of a state agency to represent the commissioner, director or agency shall not be paid compensation as provided in section 12002-B, subsection 1, for attendance at board meetings, hearings or other board activities. Any expenses incurred by this board member shall be paid from the budget of the agency or organization that the member represents. [1985, c. 295, §12 (new).]




B. Any state employee, classified or unclassified, who is a member of a board, who has been appointed at the request of the state employee or because of the personal interest of the state employee in the board's activities and who is not an ex officio member or a representative of a commissioner, director or state agency, shall not be paid his regular wages or salary for attendance at meetings or hearings of the board or for work performed for the board during the normal working hours of the state employee. [1985, c. 295, §12 (new).]

[1985, c. 295, §12 (new)]


5. Records of boards. Records and minutes of all boards shall be open and readily available in a place convenient and accessible to the public, unless the information is required by law to be kept confidential or is privileged information. [1985, c. 295, §12 (new).]


6. Meetings of boards. Meetings of boards shall be held in public places and whenever possible in a public building. [1985, c. 295, §12 (new).]


7. Prohibition of retirement benefits. No member of a board, as defined in this chapter, may be deemed eligible for state retirement and retirement benefits provided to classified and unclassified state employees pursuant to chapter 101. Any state employee member of a board shall be eligible for state retirement and retirement benefits by virtue of employment by the State and not as the result of membership of any board. No person may accumulate time or credit for any state retirement or retirement benefits for time served on a board or commission. [1985, c. 732, §2 (new).]


8. Accounting procedure. Every board defined in sections 12004-A to 12004-L has separate accounting activities as required and in the form prescribed by the Commissioner of Administrative and Financial Services. These accounting procedures must show the income, expenses and expenditures of the board as separate from the income and expenditures of the department with which the board is associated or separate from the expenditures of the staff associated with or employed by the board. The expenses of the board to be shown in the activity accounts, at a minimum, must include any per diem or rate of compensation paid to the board members, travel expenses in state and out of state of board members and any other expenses determined necessary or reasonable by the commissioner. [1991, c. 780, Pt. Y, §102 (amd).]


9. Compensation limited to one board meeting a day. No member of a board eligible for compensation for attendance at meetings, hearings or official business of the board may be compensated or reimbursed for expenses for more than one meeting, hearing or official board business per day. No person who is a member of more than one board may be compensated or reimbursed for expenses for attendance at more than one meeting, hearing or conduct of official business of one board per day. In the event that 2 boards meet, hold hearings or conduct official business on the same day, a person who is a member of both boards may only be compensated or reimbursed for expenses for the activity or business of one of the boards. [1985, c. 732, §2 (new).]


10. Advisory boards. Members of any board which serves exclusively as an advisory board, particularly those boards described in section 12004-I, shall be deemed not to be officers of the State within the meaning of the Constitution of Maine and shall not be required to be commissioned or certified by the Secretary of State as provided in section 84. [1987, c. 786, §3 (new).]

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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12003. Policy (REPEALED)

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12003. Policy (REPEALED)


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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12004-A. Occupational and professional licensing boards

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12004-A. Occupational and professional licensing boards

The primary responsibilities of occupational and professional licensing boards include the examination of applicants, issuance of licenses or certificates, registration of licenses and rules of licensees with respect to the practice of a particular occupation or profession. The primary powers of these boards include the authority to hold hearings, adopt rules, establish standards and procedures, issue licenses and initiate action for the revocation or suspension of occupational or professional licenses. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
For purposes of any occupational or professional licensing boards which have a public member or members, "public member" means a person who has no financial interest in the profession regulated by the board to which that member has been appointed and who has never been licensed, certified or given a permit in this or any other state for the occupation or profession that member is appointed to regulate. [1991, c. 286 (amd).] div>
This classification includes the following. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
NAME OF RATE OF STATUTORY div>
ORGANIZATION COMPENSATION REFERENCE

1. Board of $35Day 32 MRSA §3971 Accountancy [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]


2. Arborist Ex- amining Board [1999, c. 84, §1 (rp).]


3. Acupuncture Licensing Board [1995, c. 671, §4 (rp).]


4. Maine State $35Day 32 MRSA §211 Board for Licensure of Architects, Landscape Architects and Interior Designers [1993, c. 389, §2 (amd).]


5. Board of $35Day 32 MRSA §288 Licensing of Auctioneers [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]


5-A. Board of Bar Set by Supreme 4 MRSA §801 Examiners Judicial Court [1993, c. 381, §1 (new).]


6. Board of $35Day 32 MRSA §14211 Barbering and Cosmetology [1991, c. 397, §1 (rpr).]


7. Board of $35Day 32 MRSA §15103 Boilers and Pressure Vessels [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]


8. Board of $35Day 32 MRSA §501 Chiropractic Licensure [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]


8-A. Board of $35Day 32 MRSA §12502 Complementary Health Care Providers [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]


9. State Board of Cosmetology [1991, c. 397, §2 (rp).]


9-A. Board of Counseling Professionals Licensure. [T. 5, §12004-A, sub-§9-A (rp).]


9-B. Board of $35Day 32 MRSA §14011 Real Estate Appraisers [1999, c. 185, §1 (amd).]


9-C. Board of $35Day 32 MRSA §13852 Counseling Professionals Licensure [1999, c. 790, Pt. D, §5 (new).]


10. Board of Legislative 32 MRSA §1072 Dental Examiners per diem
div>
secretary- div>
treasurer, div>
as determined div>
by board [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]

11. Board of $35Day 32 MRSA §9903 Licensing of Dietetic Practice [1989, c. 878, Pt. B, §4 (amd).]


12. Board of Driver Education [1995, c. 505, §3 (rp); §22 (aff).]


13. Electricians' $35Day 32 MRSA §1151 Examining Board [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]


14. Board of $35Day 32 MRSA §15205 Elevator and Tramway Safety [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]


15. Emergency $20Day 32 MRSA §88 Medical Services' Board [1989, c. 503, Pt. A, §3 (amd).]


16. State Board $35Day 32 MRSA §1301 of Licensure for Professional Engineers [2005, c. 315, §1 (amd).]


17. Board $35Day 32 MRSA §5505 of Licensure of Foresters [2001, c. 261, §1 (amd).]


18. State Board $35Day 32 MRSA §1451 of Funeral Service [1989, c. 450, §2 (amd).]


19. State Board $35Day 32 MRSA §4907 of Certification for Geologists and Soil Sci- entists [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]


20. Board of $35Day 32 MRSA §1658 Hearing Aid Dealers and Fitters [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


21. Board of $35Day 32 MRSA §13902 Licensure for Professional Land Surveyors [1989, c. 346, §1 (amd).]


22. Manufactured $35Day 10 MRSA §9003 Housing Board [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


23. Nursing Home $35Day 32 MRSA §63-A Administrators Licensing Board [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]


24. Board of $1,250Year 32 MRSA §3263 Licensure in Medicine - Member


$1,500Year
div>
- Chair

$7,500Year
div>
- Secretary [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]

25. State Board Legislative 32 MRSA §2151 of Nursing Per Diem [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


26. Board of $35Day 32 MRSA §2273 Occupational Therapy Practice [1989, c. 450, §2 (amd).]


27. Oil and $35Day 32 MRSA §2351 Solid Fuel Board [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]


28. State Board $35Day 32 MRSA §2415 of Optometry [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]


29. Board of Legislative 32 MRSA §2561 Osteopathic Licensure Per Diem [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]


30. Board of Commissioners of the Profession of Pharmacy [1997, c. 245, §1 (rp).]


30-A. Maine Board $35Day 32 MRSA §13711 of Pharmacy [1997, c. 245, §2 (new).]


31. Board of $35Day 32 MRSA §3112 Examiners in Physical Therapy [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]


32. Plumbers' $35Day 32 MRSA §3401 Examining Board [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


33. Board of $35Day 32 MRSA §3601 Licensure of Podiatric Medicine [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]


33-A. Propane and $35Day 32 MRSA Natural Gas Board §14803 [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]


34. State Board $35Day 32 MRSA §3821 of Examiners of Psycholo- gists [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


35. Board of $35Day 32 MRSA §9703 Respiratory Care Practitioners [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


36. Radiologic $35Day 32 MRSA §9853 Tech-nology Board of Examiners [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]


37. Real Estate $35Day 32 MRSA §13062 Commission [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


38. State Board $35Day 32 MRSA §7026 of Social Worker Licensure [1989, c. 450, §2 (amd).]


39. Board of $35Day 32 MRSA §6010 Examiners on Speech-language Pathology and Audiology [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]


40. Maine Not Autho- 38 MRSA §89 Pilotage Commission rized [1999, c. 355, §1 (amd).]


41. State Board $35Day 32 MRSA §6201 of Alcohol and Drug Counselors [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]


42. State Board $35Day 32 MRSA §4854 of Veterinary Medicine [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §1 (amd).]


43. Board of Expenses 32 MRSA §10001 Underground Oil Storage Only Tank Installers [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


44. Maine Expenses 32 MRSA §13501 Athletic Commission Only



A. [1991, c. 338, §1 (rp).]

[2001, c. 166, §1 (amd).]


45. Board of Licensure of Railroad Personnel [1993, c. 428, §1 (rp).]


46. Board of Expenses Only 22 MRSA §2624-A Licensure of Water System Operators [2003, c. 33, §1 (amd).]

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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12004-B. Arbitration, mediation, valuation and board appeals

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12004-B. Arbitration, mediation, valuation and board appeals

The primary responsibilities of the boards in this section include the assessment of property for purchase, valuation or tax purposes; the hearing of appeals with respect to property valuation or assessment; and the arbitration, conciliation or mediation of disputes or grievances. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
The primary powers of these boards include the holding of hearings; the adoption of rules; the determination, modification or assessment of fees, taxes and penalties; arbitration, conciliation and mediation; the establishment of standards and procedures; and the adjudication of disputes. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
This classification includes the following. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
NAME OF RATE OF STATUTORY div>
ORGANIZATION COMPENSATION REFERENCE

1. State Board of $75Day 26 MRSA §931 Arbitration and Concilia- tion [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


2. Maine Labor $75Day 26 MRSA §968 Relations Board $100Day
div>
Chair [1989, c. 503, Pt. A, §7 (amd).]

3. Panel of $100Day 26 MRSA §892 Mediators 26 MRSA §965,
div>
sub-§2, !C [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]

4. State Civil $50Day 5 MRSA §7081 Service Appeals Board [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


5. State Claims $150Day 23 MRSA §152 Commission [1995, c. 438, §1 (amd).]


6. State Board $75Day 36 MRSA §271 of Property Tax Review [1997, c. 643, Pt. E, §4 (amd).]


7. Maine Agri- $75Day 13 MRSA §1956 cultural Bargaining Board [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


8. Committee on Set by 4 MRSA §9-B Judicial Responsibility Supreme and Disability Judicial
div>
Court [1993, c. 381, §2 (new).]

9. Baxter Com- pensation Program Compensation Panel [2001, c. 667, Pt. C, §2 (rp).]

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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12004-C. Educational policy boards

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12004-C. Educational policy boards

The primary responsibilities of the boards in this section include the formulation of educational policy; review and evaluation of educational policy; and the administration of educational institutions. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
This classification includes the following. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
NAME OF RATE OF STATUTORY div>
ORGANIZATION COMPENSATION REFERENCE

1. State Board Legislative 20-A MRSA §401 of Education Per Diem [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


2. Board of Expenses P&SL 1865, c. 532 Trustees, University of Only Maine System [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


3. Board of Legislative 20-A MRSA §12705 Trustees, Maine Technical Per Diem College System [1989, c. 443, §14 (amd).]


4. Board of Expenses P&SL 1941, c. 37 Trustees, Maine Maritime Only Academy [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


5. Board of Expenses 25 MRSA §2802 Trustees, Maine Criminal Only Justice Academy [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


6. Board of Expenses 20-A MRSA §8204 Trustees, Maine School of Only Science and Mathematics [1993, c. 706, Pt. A, §1 (new).]


7. School Board Legislative 20-A MRSA §7406 of the Governor Baxter Per Diem and School for the Deaf Expenses [1995, c. 676, §1 (new); §13 (aff).]

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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12004-D. Environmental regulation and control

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12004-D. Environmental regulation and control

The primary responsibility of environmental regulation and control boards is the protection of the State's natural resources and environment. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
The primary powers of these boards include regulation of activities that affect the environment and natural resources of the State, issuance of licenses and permits, setting of standards and procedures, assessment of fees and penalties, holding of hearings and the adoption of rules. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
This classification includes the following. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
NAME OF RATE OF STATUTORY div>
ORGANIZATION COMPENSATION REFERENCE

1. Maine Land Legislative 12 MRSA §683 Use Regulation Commission Per Diem [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


2. Board of Legislative 38 MRSA §341-A Environmental Protection Per Diem [1989, c. 503, Pt. A, §8 (amd); c. 890, Pt. A, §§3, 40 (amd).]


3. Board of Legislative 22 MRSA §1471-B Pesticides Control Per Diem [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


4. Facility $100 per 38 MRSA §2152 Siting Board day plus
div>
expenses [1989, c. 585, Pt. A, §5 (new).]

5. Nutrient Expenses 7 MRSA Management Review Only §4203 Board [1997, c. 642, §1 (new).]


6. Interagency Expenses 38 MRSA §1871 Task Force on Invasive Only Aquatic Plants and Nuisance Species [2001, c. 434, Pt. B, §1 (new).]

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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12004-E. Budget and rate regulation

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12004-E. Budget and rate regulation

The primary responsibilities of rate regulation boards include the setting of revenue or budget ceilings and the setting of prices or rates for commodities or services provided statewide. In addition to the power to hold hearings, adopt rules, establish policies and procedures, these boards may determine revenue limits, establish prices, conduct investigations and initiate action to revoke or suspend licenses and permits. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
This classification includes the following. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
NAME OF RATE OF STATUTORY div>
ORGANIZATION COMPENSATION REFERENCE

1. Maine Health Care Finance Commission [1995, c. 653, Pt. B, §1 (rp); §8 (aff).]


2. Maine Milk Legislative 7 MRSA §2952 Commission Per Diem [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


3. State Liquor Commission [1997, c. 373, §3 (rp).]

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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12004-F. Bonding and financing organization

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12004-F. Bonding and financing organization

Bonding and financing organizations have the primary responsibilities to finance construction of projects, new businesses or business expansions; administer pension funds or the proceeds of bond sales; and administer organizations created to fulfill these responsibilities. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
The primary powers of these boards include the authority to hold hearings and adopt rules; establish procedures and standards; lease or acquire property; enter into contracts; sell bonds; invest income; and borrow money. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
This classification includes the following. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
NAME OF RATE OF STATUTORY div>
ORGANIZATION COMPENSATION REFERENCE

1. Finance Legislative 10 MRSA §964 Authority of Maine Per Diem [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


2. Maine Legislative 30-A MRSA §5951 Municipal Bond Bank, Board Per Diem of Commissioners [1989, c. 503, Pt. A, §9 (amd).]


3. Maine Legislative 30-A MRSA §4722 State Housing Authority Per Diem [1989, c. 503, Pt. A, §9 (amd).]


4. Maine Legislative 23 MRSA §1965 Turnpike Authority Per Diem [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


5. Maine Public Legislative 35-A MRSA §2904 Utility Financing Bank, Per Diem Board of Commissioners [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


6. Maine Health Legislative 22 MRSA §2054 and Higher Educational Per Diem Facilities Authority [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


7. Maine School Building Authority [1993, c. 494, §1 (rp).]


8. Maine Port $25Day 23 MRSA §4420 Authority [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


9. Board of Legislative 5 MRSA §17102 Trustees, Maine State Per Diem Retirement System [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


10. State Expenses 5 MRSA §285-A Employee Health Com- Only mission [1989, c. 503, Pt. A, §10 (rpr).]


11. Maine Expenses 4 MRSA §1602 Governmental Facilities Only Authority [1999, c. 790, Pt. A, §2 (amd).]


12. Board of Directors, Student Educational Enhancement Deposit Plan [1991, c. 622, Pt. S, §6 (rp).]


13. Maine Low-level Radioactive Waste Authority [1993, c. 664, §1 (rp).]


14. Board of Trustees, Sludge and Residuals Utilization Research Foundation [1999, c. 668, §20 (rp).]


15. Maine Legislative 20-A MRSA Educational Loan Authority Per Diem §11414 [1989, c. 503, Pt. A, §11 (new).]


16. Northern New Legislative 23 MRSA §8111 England Passenger Rail Per Diem Authority [1995, c. 374, §1 (new).]


17. Small Enter- Expenses 10 MRSA §471 prise Growth Board Only [1995, c. 699, §1 (new).]


18. Maine Rural Expenses 5 MRSA Development Authority Only §13120-A [2001, c. 703, §1 (new).]

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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12004-G. General government (CONTAINS TEXT WITH VARYING EFFECTIVE DATES)

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Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12004-G. General government (CONTAINS TEXT WITH VARYING EFFECTIVE DATES)

The primary responsibilities of the boards in this section vary and are limited to a specific purpose. These responsibilities may include the regulation of a particular activity, the licensing of a particular activity, the establishment of policy for a specific purpose or organization and the acquisition of property for a specific purpose. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
In addition to the powers to hold hearings, adopt rules and establish policies and procedures, these boards may enter into contracts, establish just charges, conduct investigations, acquire property or enforce state laws. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
This classification includes the following. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] p align="center"> FIELD NAME OF RATE OF STATUTORY div>
ORGANIZATION COMPENSATION REFERENCE

1. Administration [2005, c. 12, Pt. SS, §17 (rp).]


2. Work Center Expenses 5 MRSA Administration Purchases Com- only for §1826-C
div>
mittee nonstate div>
employee div>
members to div>
be paid div>
from funds div>
of depart- div>
ments div>
represented div>
on the com- div>
mittee [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]

3. Agriculture [1991, c. 779, §1 (rp); §52 (aff).]


3-A. Pull Events Expenses 7 MRSA Agriculture Commission Only §75-A [2001, c. 421, Pt. B, §1 (amd); Pt. C, §1 (aff).]


3-B. Agriculture [1997, c. 528, §1 (rp).]


3-C. Integrated Expenses 7 MRSA Agriculture Pest Only §2404
div>
Management div>
Council [2001, c. 667, Pt. B, §2 (new); §5 (aff).]

4. Aroostook Water Expenses 7 MRSA Agriculture and Soil Manage- Only §332
div>
ment Board [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]

4-A. Board of Legislative 7 MRSA Agriculture Agriculture Per Diem §125 [1997, c. 711, §1 (new).]


4-B. Maine Expenses 5 MRSA Biomedical Biomedical Only §13104 Research Research
div>
Board [2001, c. 196, §1 (new).]

5. Business [1991, c. 622, Pt. S, §7 (rp).]


6. Civil Service [1999, c. 668, §21 (rp).]


6-A. Corrections [1999, c. 668, §22 (rp).]p align="center">font color="#AA0000">$HN6-B.$HN Maine Motor $100day 10 MRSA p align="center">font color="#AA0000">Commerce Vehicle §1187 p align="center">font color="#AA0000">and Trade Franchise p align="center">font color="#AA0000">Board [2003, c. 356, §1 (new).]


7. State Parole Legislative 34-A MRSA Corrections Board Per Diem §5201 [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


7-A. Maine State Expenses 27 MRSA §552 CultureHistory Cultural Only
div>
Affairs div>
Council [1989, c. 700, Pt. B, §2 (new).]

7-B. Maine Arts Expenses 27 MRSA §401 CultureHistory Commission Only [1989, c. 700, Pt. B, §2 (new).]


7-C. Maine State Expenses 27 MRSA §82 CultureHistory Museum Only
div>
Commission [1989, c. 700, Pt. B, §2 (new).]

7-D. Maine Expenses 27 MRSA §501 CultureHistory Historic Only
div>
Preservation div>
Commission [1989, c. 700, Pt. B, §2 (new).]

7-E. Maine Expenses 27 MRSA §111 CultureHistory Library Only
div>
Commission [1989, c. 700, Pt. B, §2 (new).]

7-F. Future Legislative 5 MRSA Economic for Youth Per Diem for §13161 Development in Maine Legislators
div>
State Work Only div>
Action div>
Tactics Team,

"S.W." Headnote="A.T." [2003, c. 704, §1 (new).]


8. Education [1991, c. 622, Pt. G, §1 (rp); §33 (aff).]


8-A. Interde- Expenses 20-A MRSA Education partmental Only §7733
div>
Coordinating div>
Council for div>
Early Inter- div>
vention [2001, c. 471, Pt. C, §1 (ren); §10 (aff).]

9. Education [1989, c. 700, Pt. B, §3 (rp).]


9-A. Education [2003, c. 643, §2 (rp).]


10. Education [1989, c. 700, Pt. B, §3 (rp).]


10-A. Kim Wallace Expenses 10 MRSA Education Adaptive Only §373
div>
Equipment div>
Loan Program div>
Fund Board [1999, c. 731, Pt. FF, §1 (amd).]

10-B. (TEXT EFFECTIVE ON CONTINGENCY: See PL 2001, c. 714, Pt. LL, §3)
div>
Maine Higher Legislative 20-A MRSA p align="center">Education Educational Per Diem §10401 div>
Attainment for div>
Council Legislators [2001, c. 658, §1 (new); §5 (aff).]

11. Baxter State Not Autho- 12 MRSA Environment Park Authority rized §901 Natural Resources [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


11-A. Fund Expenses 38 MRSA Environ- Insurance Only for §568-B ment Review Certain Natural Board Members Resources [1993, c. 363, §1 (new); §21 (aff).]


12. (General) River Not Autho- 30-A MRSA Environment Corridor Com- rized §4461 Natural Resources mission [1989, c. 104, Pt. C, §§3, 10 (amd).]


13. Saco River Cor- Expenses 38 MRSA Environment ridor Commis- Only §954 Natural Resources sion [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


13-A. State Emergency Not 37-B MRSA Environment Response Authorized §792 Natural Resources Commission [1989, c. 464, §1 (new); c. 503, Pt. A, §13 (new); c. 878, Pt. A, §16 (rpr).]


13-B. Maine Water $50 Per 32 MRSA Environment Well Commission Meeting §4700-G Health Plus Expenses Engineering [2001, c. 209, Pt. A, §1 (amd).]


13-C. Substance Expenses 5 MRSA Executive Abuse Only §20065 Drug Services Prevention Commission and Treatment [1993, c. 410, Pt. LL, §2 (new).]


13-D. Environment Natural Resources [2001, c. 460, §1 (rp).]


13-E. River Flow Expenses 37-B MRSA Environment Advisory Only §1131 Natural Commission Resources [2001, c. 662, §4 (new).]


14. State Liquor Legislative 5 MRSA Finance and Lottery Per Diem §283-A
div>
Commission p align="center">A. The chair may receive no more than $5,000 per year, including per diem and expenses. [1997, c. 373, §4 (amd).]p align="center">B. The other board members may each receive no more than $3,500 per year, including per diem and expenses. [1997, c. 373, §4 (amd).] [1997, c. 373, §4 (amd).]

14-A. Human Services [1995, c. 322, §2 (rp).]


14-B. Maine Health Expenses 22 MRSA Human Data Organi- Only §8703 Services zation [1995, c. 653, Pt. A, §1 (new); §7 (aff).]


14-C. Newborn Expenses 22 MRSA Human Hearing Only §8823 Services Screening
div>
Advisory div>
Board [1999, c. 647, §1 (new).]

14-D. Board of $100 24-A MRSA Health Care Directors per diem §6904
div>
of Dirigo and expenses div>
Health [2003, c. 469, Pt. A, §3 (new).]

14-E. Pharmaceu- Not 5 MRSA Human tical Cost Authorized §2031 Services Management
div>
Council [2005, c. 12, Pt. PP, §2 (new).]

15. Maine Human $25Day 5 MRSA Human Services: Rights $1,000 §4561 Human Rights Commission MaxYr [1989, c. 503, Pt. A, §15 (amd).]


15-A. Driver Edu- $75Day 5 MRSA Substance cation and §20078-A Abuse Evaluation
div>
Programs div>
Appeals Board [1993, c. 631, §1 (ren).]

16. Human Services: Child Protection [1991, c. 780, Pt. DDD, §1 (rp).]


17. Human Services Drug Prescriptions [1991, c. 377, §5 (rp).]


18. Human Services Health Facilities [1993, c. 600, Pt. B, §1 (rp).]


19. Human Services Drug Therapy [1993, c. 381, §4 (rp).]


20. Inland $50Day 12 MRSA Inland Fisher- Fisheries and §10151 ies and Wild- Wildlife life Advisory
div>
Council [2003, c. 414, Pt. B, §4 (amd); c. 614, §9 (aff).]

20-A. Atlantic $25Day 12 MRSA Inland Salmon Plus §9902-A Fisheries and Board Expenses Wildlife [1999, c. 401, Pt. BB, §1 (amd).]


20-B. ATV Not 12 MRSA Inland Enforcement Authorized §10324 Fisheries and Grant Review Wildlife Committee [2003, c. 695, Pt. B, §1 (new); Pt. C, §1 (aff).]


21. Insurance [1993, c. 410, Pt. R, §2 (rp); §4 (aff).]


21-A. Maine Self- Not Autho- 39-A MRSA Insurance Insurance rized §404
div>
Guarantee div>
Association div>
Board of div>
Directors [1993, c. 381, §5 (new).]

21-B. Board of Expenses 24-A MRSA Insurance Directors Only §4346
div>
of the Maine div>
Consumer div>
Choice Health div>
Plan [2001, c. 708, §2 (new).]

22. Insurance [1991, c. 622, Pt. L, §8 (rp); Pt. S, §7 (rp).]


22-A. Agriculture [2001, c. 667, Pt. B, §3 (rp); §5 (aff).]


23. State Court Li- Expenses 4 MRSA Judiciary: Law brary Committee Only §191 [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


23-A. Judicial Expenses 4 MRSA Judiciary Compensation Only §1701
div>
Commission [1995, c. 451, §2 (new).]

24. Board of Occu- Expenses 26 MRSA Labor pational Safety Only §564
div>
and Health [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]

25. State Appren- Expenses 26 MRSA Labor ticeship and Only §1002
div>
Training Council [1989, c. 483, Pt. A, §24 (amd); c. 503, Pt. A, §17 (amd).]

26. Commission on Expenses 26 MRSA Labor Safety and Only §51
div>
Health in the div>
Maine Workplace [1991, c. 93, §1 (amd).]

26-A. [2005, c. 178, §1 (rp); c. 294, §3 (rp).]


26-B. Marine Resources [1995, c. 406, §3 (rp).]


26-C. Labor [1999, c. 668, §24 (rp).]


26-D. State Legislative 3 MRSA Legislature Compensation Per Diem and §2-B
div>
Commission Expenses [1997, c. 506, §2 (new).]

26-E. Baxter Legislative 5 MRSA Legislature Compensation Per Diem §22002
div>
Authority and Expenses [2001, c. 439, Pt. T, §4 (new).]

27. Marine Expenses 12 MRSA Marine Resources Resources Only §6024
div>
Advisory div>
Council [1995, c. 382, §1 (amd).]

27-A. Marine Resources [1999, c. 668, §25 (rp).]


28. Mental Health, Mental Retard- ation and Substance Abuse Services [1999, c. 668, §26 (rp).]


29. Land for Legislative 5 MRSA Natural Resources Maine's Future Per Diem and §6202
div>
Board Expenses for div>
Appointed div>
Members [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]

29-A. Natural Resources [1993, c. 381, §6 (rp).]


29-B. Maine Legislative 12 MRSA Natural Outdoor Per Diem §10308 Resources Heritage and Travel
div>
Fund Board Expenses for div>
Appointed div>
Members [2003, c. 414, Pt. B, §5 (amd); c. 614, §9 (aff).]

30. Natural Resources [1995, c. 532, §1 (rp).]


30-A. InforME Legislative 1 MRSA Public Board Per Diem §534 Information and Expenses
div>
for Voting div>
Members [1997, c. 713, §3 (new).]

30-B. Maine Expenses 5 MRSA Public Library of Only §2003 Information Geographic
div>
Information div>
Board [2005, c. 12, Pt. SS, §18 (amd).]

31. Public Utilities [1991, c. 622, Pt. S, §7 (rp).]


31-A. Science and Technology [2003, c. 20, Pt. RR, §1 (rp); §18 (aff).]


31-B. Maine Not 5 MRSA Small Business Small Autho- §13032
div>
Business rized div>
and Entre- div>
preneurship div>
Commission [2005, c. 294, §4 (amd).]

32. State Harness Legislative 8 MRSA Sport and Enter- Racing Commis- Per Diem §261-A tainment sion [1991, c. 579, §2 (amd).]


33. Commission on Legislative 1 MRSA State Government Governmental Per Diem §1002
div>
Ethics and div>
Election Prac- div>
tices [I.B. 1995, c. 1, §9 (amd).]

33-A. Taxation [1993, c. 680, Pt. A, §15 (rp)]


33-B. Board of Not 5 MRSA Taxation Trustees, Authorized §453-A
div>
Mining Excise div>
Tax Trust Fund [1993, c. 680, Pt. A, §16 (ren).]

33-C. Motor Carrier Expenses 29-A MRSA Transportation Review Board Only §562 [1995, c. 376, §1 (new).]


33-D. Maine Expenses 5 MRSA Technology Technology Only §15302
div>
Institute [1999, c. 401, Pt. AAA, §1 (new).]

33-E.Technology Not 5 MRSA Technology Center Authorized §15321
div>
Coordinating div>
Board [2005, c. 19, §1 (amd).]

34. Board of Trust- Expenses 37-B MRSA Veterans' Affairs ees - of the Only §603
div>
Maine Veterans' div>
Homes [1989, c. 503, Pt. A, §20 (amd).]

35. Workers' Com- Lost wages 39-A MRSA Workers' pensation up to §151 Compensation Board $100; ex-
div>
penses [1991, c. 885, Pt. A, §5 (new); §§9-11 (aff).]
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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12004-H. Commodity or product protection and promotion boards

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12004-H. Commodity or product protection and promotion boards

The primary responsibility for commodity or product protection and promotion boards is to protect natural resources and agricultural products produced in the State and promote the sales of these goods in the State and outside the State. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
The primary powers of these organizations may include the assessment and collection of industry taxes, quality control inspections, establishment of grades and classifications, advertising, the holding of hearings and the adoption of rules. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
This classification includes the following. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
NAME OF RATE OF STATUTORY div>
ORGANIZATION COMPENSATION REFERENCE

1. Agriculture Promotion Committee [1995, c. 233, Pt. A, §1 (rp).]


2. Commodity Marketing Committee [1999, c. 668, §27 (rp).]


3. Maine Dairy Promotion Board [1995, c. 693, §1 (rp).]


4. Maine Dairy and Nutrition Council [1995, c. 693, §1 (rp).]


5. Seed Potato Expenses 7 MRSA §2151 Board Only [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


6. Maine Potato Quality Control Board [2005, c. 294, §5 (rp).]


7. Maine Potato Board [1995, c. 502, Pt. C, §2 (rp).]


8. Maine Sardine Council [1993, c. 585, §2 (rp).]


9. Maine Potato Marketing Committee [1999, c. 668, §28 (rp).]


10. Potato Marketing Improvement Committee [2005, c. 335, §1 (rp).]


11. Maine Marketing Advisory Board [1999, c. 668, §29 (rp).]


12. University of Expenses 36 MRSA §4312 Maine System Blueberry Only Advisory Committee [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


13. Maine Blueberry Commission [1997, c. 511, §1 (rp).]


13-A. Wild Expenses 36 MRSA Blueberry Commission Only §4312-C of Maine [1997, c. 511, §2 (new).]


14. Lobster $55 Per Diem 12 MRSA §6455 Promotion Council Plus Expenses [1991, c. 523, §1 (new).]

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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12004-I. Advisory boards; boards with minimal authority

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12004-I. Advisory boards; boards with minimal authority

The primary responsibilities and powers of advisory boards and boards with minimal authority include the responsibility and authority to advise state agencies, review policies and procedures, conduct studies, evaluate programs and make recommendations to the state agencies, the Legislature or the Governor. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
This classification includes the following. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] p align="center"> FIELD NAME OF RATE OF STATUTORY div>
ORGANIZATION COMPENSATION REFERENCE

1. Administration [1991, c. 622, Pt. S, §9 (rp).]


1-A. Maine Arborist Expenses 7 MRSA Agriculture Advisory Only §2191
div>
Council [2001, c. 299, §1 (new).]

2. Agriculture [1993, c. 251, Pt. A, §1 (rp).]


2-A. Agriculture [1993, c. 251, Pt. B, §1 (rp).]


2-B. Agriculture [1995, c. 532, §2 (rp); c. 693, §2 (rp).]


2-C. Animal Wel- Expenses 7 MRSA Agriculture fare Advisory Only §3906-C
div>
Council [2001, c. 399, §1 (amd).]

2-D. Business [2005, c. 155, §2 (rp); c. 294, §6 (rp).]


2-E. Advisory Not 5 MRSA Business Committee Authorized §55
div>
on Fair div>
Competition div>
with Private div>
Enterprise [1999, c. 566, §2 (new).]

2-F. Business [2005, c. 294, §7 (rp).]


3. Community Services [1991, c. 622, Pt. J, §18 (rp); §25 (aff).]


3-A. Natural Areas Not 12 MRSA Conservation Advisory Authorized §544-A
div>
Board [1999, c. 556, §4 (new).]

3-B. Snowmobile Expenses for 12 MRSA Conservation Trail Fund Nonsalaried §1893-B
div>
Advisory or Nonpaid div>
Council Public div>
Members div>
Only [2003, c. 260, §1 (new).]

3-C. ATV Trail Expenses 12 MRSA Conservation Advisory for Non- §1893-C
div>
Council salaried and div>
Nonpaid Public div>
Members Only [2005, c. 186, §1 (new).]

4. Corrections [1993, c. 225, §1 (rp).]


4-A. Policy Review Not 34-A MRSA Corrections Council Authorized §3002-A [1997, c. 752, §3 (new).]


5. Board of Visi- Expenses 34-A MRSA Corrections tors (For each Only §3002
div>
institution un- div>
der the department) [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]

5-A. State Poet Not 27 MRSA Culture Laureate Authorized §421
div>
Advisory div>
Selection div>
Committee [1999, c. 217, §1 (amd).]

5-B. Advisory Expenses 37-B MRSA Defense, Commission Only §1151 Veterans on Women and Emergency Veterans Management [1997, c. 742, §1 (new).]


6. Economic Development [1993, c. 359, Pt. A, §1 (rp).]


6-A. Economic Development [1993, c. 359, Pt. B, §1 (rp).]


6-B. Economic Development [2003, c. 643, §3 (rp).]


6-C. Economic Development [1999, c. 556, §5 (rp).]


6-D. Economic Development [1999, c. 668, §30 (rp).]


6-E. Economic Development [2001, c. 481, §1 (rp).]


6-F. Agricultural Legislative 10 MRSA Economic Products per diem for §997-B Development Utilization appointed
div>
Commission members plus div>
expenses [1999, c. 474, §1 (new).]

7. Advisory Com- Not Autho- 20-A MRSA Education mittee on Medi- rized §12106
div>
cal Education [1991, c. 832, §1 (amd).]

7-A. Education [1993, c. 252, Pt. A, §1 (rp).]


7-B. Education [2001, c. 352, §2 (rp).]


7-C. Advisory Not 20-A MRSA Education Committee on Authorized §12304
div>
Dental div>
Education [1999, c. 401, Pt. NN, §1 (new); c. 496, §1 (new).]

8. Archives Advis- Expenses 5 MRSA Education ory Board Only §96 [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


9. Education [1993, c. 252, Pt. B, §1 (rp).]


10. Education [1989, c. 932, §2 (rp).]


10-A. Interdepart- Expenses 20-A MRSA Education mental Commit- Only §7803
div>
tee on Trans- div>
ition [1989, c. 899, §1 (new).]

11. Education [2001, c. 519, §4 (rp).]


11-A. Education: Office of Rehabilitation Services [1995, c. 560, Pt. F, §6 (rp).]


12. Education [1993, c. 252, Pt. C, §1 (rp).]


12-A. Advisory 20-A MRSA Education Committee on §13022
div>
School div>
Psychological div>
Service div>
Providers [1993, c. 207, §2 (new).]

13. Education [1989, c. 700, Pt. B, §4 (rp).]


14. Education [1989, c. 700, Pt. B, §4 (rp).]


15. Education: Governor Baxter School [1995, c. 676, §2 (rp); §13 (aff).]


15-A. Education: Arthur R. Gould School [1997, c. 752, §4 (rp).]


16. Education: Student Assessment [1993, c. 252, Pt. D, §1 (rp).]


17. Advisory Com- Expenses 20-A MRSA Education, mittee Only §5152 Truants and Dropouts [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


18. Education: Elementary [1993, c. 252, Pt. E, §1 (rp).]


18-A. Education: Financial Aid [2001, c. 417, §1 (rp).]


18-B. Advisory Not 20-A MRSA Education: Committee Authorized §11484 Financial on College Aid Savings [1997, c. 732, §1 (new).]


18-C. Advisory Expenses 20-A MRSA Education Board of the only §19109
p align="center">Maine p align="center">Learning p align="center">Technology p align="center">Fund [2001, c. 358, Pt. II, §1 (new); 2003, c. 20, Pt. TT, §1 (amd).]

18-D. Maine Not 5 MRSA Education Historical Authorized §98
p align="center">Records p align="center">Advisory p align="center">Board [2001, c. 704, §4 (new).]

18-E. Maine Expenses 20-A MRSA Education: Engineers Only §12523 Financial Recruitment
p align="center">Aid and Retention div>
Advisory div>
Committee [2003, c. 710, §1 (new).]

19. Energy [1999, c. 668, §31 (rp).]


20. Energy [1989, c. 501, Pt. DD, §15 (rp); c. 503, Pt. A, §24 (rp).]


20-A. Environment [1999, c. 668, §32 (rp).]


21. Environment: Natural Resources [1991, c. 528, Pt. G, §1 (rp); Pt. RRR (aff); c. 591, Pt. G, §1 (rp).]


22. Environment: Natural Resources [1995, c. 465, Pt. A, §6 (rp); Pt. C, §2 (aff).]


22-A. Environment: Material Resources [1993, c. 226, Pt. A, §1 (rp).]


22-B. Pollution Pre- Expenses 38 MRSA Environ- vention Adviso- Only §343-D ment: Nat- ry Committee ural Re- sources [1991, c. 804, Pt. C, §1 (new).]


22-C. Environment [T. 5, §12004-I, sub-§22-C (rp).]


23. Advisory Board $50Day 12 MRSA Environment: for the Licens- §10153 Natural ing of Guides Resources [2003, c. 414, Pt. B, §6 (amd); c. 614, §9 (aff).]


23-A. Advisory $50Day 12 MRSA Environment: Board for the §10155 Natural Licensing Resources of Taxi-
div>
dermists [2003, c. 414, Pt. B, §7 (amd); c. 614, §9 (aff).]

23-B. Advisory $50Day 12 MRSA Environment: Board for §10156 Natural the Licensing Resources of Whitewater
div>
Guides [2003, c. 414, Pt. B, §8 (amd); c. 614, §9 (aff).]

24. Junior Maine Expenses 12 MRSA Environment: Guides and Only §10154 Natural Trip Leaders Resources Curriculum
div>
Advisory div>
Board [2003, c. 414, Pt. B, §9 (amd); c. 614, §9 (aff).]

24-A. Mercury Legislative 38 MRSA Environment: Products Per Diem §1670 Natural Advisory and Expenses Resources Committee for
div>
Legislators div>
and Expenses div>
Only for div>
Certain Members [1999, c. 779, §1 (new).]

24-B. Oil Spill Expenses and 38 MRSA Environment: Advisory Legislative §551-A Natural Committee per diem Resources [1991, c. 698, §1 (new).]


24-C. Environment [1993, c. 226, Pt. C, §1 (rp); §4 (aff).]


24-D. Environment [1993, c. 664, §2 (rp).]


24-E. Submerged Not Autho- 12 MRSA Environment: Lands rized §1864 Natural Advisory Resources Board [1997, c. 678, §1 (amd).]


24-F. Community Legislative 30-A MRSA Environment: Preservation Per Diem and §4350 Natural Advisory Expenses Resources Committee for Legislators
div>
and Expenses Only div>
for Certain div>
Members [2001, c. 648, §1 (new).]

25. Advisory Expenses 5 MRSA Finance Council on Only §884
div>
Tax-deferred div>
Arrangements [1997, c. 204, §8 (amd).]

25-A. Board of Expenses 30-A MRSA Finance Emergency Only §6101
div>
Municipal div>
Finance [1989, c. 503, Pt. A, §28 (new).]

25-B. Advisory Expenses for 10 MRSA Finance Committee on members §1079
div>
Family representing div>
Development account holders; div>
Accounts not authorized div>
for all other div>
members [2003, c. 673, Pt. QQ, §1 (amd).]

26. Finance [1993, c. 359, Pt. C, §1 (rp).]


27. Finance [1991, c. 622, Pt. S, §10 (rp).]


28. Finance [1995, c. 309, §4 (rp); §29 (aff).]


29. Finance [1995, c. 402, Pt. C, §3 (rp).]


29-A. Finance [1991, c. 830, §1 (rp).]


29-B. Consensus Not 5 MRSA Finance Economic Authorized §1710
div>
Forecasting div>
Commission [1995, c. 368, Pt. J, §2 (new).]

29-C. Commission on Not 5 MRSA Finance Performance Authorized §1710-L
div>
Budgeting [1997, c. 184, §11 (amd).]

30. Health [1991, c. 622, Pt. S, §11 (rp).]


30-A. Maine Expenses 24-A MRSA Health Care Quality Only §6952
div>
Forum div>
Advisory div>
Council [2003, c. 469, Pt. A, §4 (new).]

31. Housing [1993, c. 359, Pt. D, §1 (rp).]


31-A. Advisory Expenses 2 MRSA Health Care Council on Only §104
p align="center">Health p align="center">Systems p align="center"> Development [2003, c. 469, Pt. B, §2 (new).]

32. Passamaquoddy Not Autho- 22 MRSA Housing Indian Housing rized §4733
div>
Authority - In- div>
dian Township [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]

33. Passamaquoddy Not Autho- 22 MRSA Housing Indian Housing rized §4733
div>
Authority - div>
Pleasant Point [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]

34. Penobscot Trib- Not Autho- 22 MRSA Housing al Reservation rized §4733
div>
Housing Author- div>
ity [1989, c. 503, Pt. A, §31 (amd).]

35. Human Services [1993, c. 360, Pt. B, §1 (rp).]


35-A. Human Services [1993, c. 410, Pt. FFF, §1 (rp).]


35-B. Child Care Not 22 MRSA Human Advisory Authorized §3739 Services Council [1993, c. 158, §1 (new).]


36. Human Services [1997, c. 530, Pt. A, §1 (rp).]


36-A. Human Services [1995, c. 233, Pt. B, §1 (rp).]


36-B. Human Services [2001, c. 574, §1 (rp).]


36-C. Temporary Not 22 MRSA Human Services Assistance Authorized §3789-D
div>
for Needy div>
Families div>
Advisory div>
Council [1997, c. 530, Pt. A, §2 (new).]

36-D. Tobacco Expenses 22 MRSA Human Services Prevention Legislative §272
div>
and Control Per Diem div>
Advisory for Non- div>
Council salaried div>
Employee div>
Members [1997, c. 560, Pt. D, §1 (new).]

37. Human Services [1991, c. 622, Pt. S, §11 (rp).]


37-A. Human Services: Child and Family Services [2001, c. 352, §3 (rp).]


37-B. Human Services [1999, c. 668, §33 (rp).]


38. Human Services: Health Facili- ties [2003, c. 469, Pt. C, §1 (rp); c. 510, Pt. A, §3 (rp).]


39. Human Services [1993, c. 410, Pt. LL, §3 (rp).]


40. Education Rehabilitation Services [1995, c. 560, Pt. F, §7 (rp).]


40-A. Human Services: Bureau of Rehabilita- tion [1993, c. 708, Pt. E, §2 (rp).]


41. Human Services [1993, c. 360, Pt. D, §1 (rp).]


42. Maine HIV Expenses 5 MRSA Human Services Advisory Only §19202
div>
Committee [1993, c. 384, §1 (amd).]

42-A. Human Services [1991, c. 622, Pt. S, §12 (rp).]


43. Human Services: Public Health [1991, c. 622, Pt. S, §13 (rp).]


44. Human Services: Environmental Health [1991, c. 622, Pt. S, §13 (rp).]


44-A. Human Services: Hospitals [1995, c. 653, Pt. B, §2 (rp); §8 (aff).]


45. Human Services: Hospitals [1995, c. 653, Pt. B, §3 (rp); §8 (aff).]


46. Human Services: Health Finance [1995, c. 653, Pt. B, §3 (rp); §8 (aff).]


47. Human Services [1995, c. 653, Pt. B, §3 (rp); §8 (aff).]


47-A. Protection Not Autho- 5 MRSA Human Services and rized §19504,
div>
Advocacy sub-§2 div>
Agency, div>
Advisory div>
Council [1995, c. 462, Pt. A, §9 (rpr).]

47-B. Human Services: Nursing [1999, c. 668, §34 (rp).]


47-C. Maine Public Expenses 22 MRSA Human Services: Drinking Only §2660-C Public Health Water
div>
Commission [1995, c. 462, Pt. A, §10 (new).]

47-D. Human Services [2003, c. 465, §1 (rp).]


47-E. Prescription Expenses 22 MRSA Human Services Drug Legislative §2692,
div>
Advisory Per Diem sub-§6 div>
Commission for div>
Nonsalaried div>
or Nonpaid div>
Public div>
Members [1999, c. 786, Pt. A, §1 (new).]

47-F. Long-term Legislative 22 MRSA Human Services Care Over- Per Diem and §5107-J
div>
sight Com- Expenses for div>
mittee Legislators div>
Only [2003, c. 465, §2 (new).]

48. Human Services: Public Health [1999, c. 174, §1 (rp).]


49. Human Services: Public Health [1993, c. 360, Pt. E, §2 (rp).]


49-A. Maine Expenses 22 MRSA Human Services: Hospice Only §8611 Hospices Council [1989, c. 596, Pt. F, §1 (new).]


49-B. State Trauma Not 32 MRSA Human Services Prevention Authorized §87-A
div>
and Control div>
Advisory div>
Committee [1993, c. 311, §1 (new).]

49-C. Landowners Not 12 MRSA Inland and Sports- Authorized §7038 Fisheries men Relations and Wild- Advisory Board life [2003, c. 280, §1 (new).]


50. Insurance [1991, c. 701, §1 (rp).]


50-A. Insurance Health Care [2005, c. 294, §8 (rp).]


51. Judiciary [1997, c. 134, §8 (rp).]


52. Criminal Law Expenses 17-A MRSA Judiciary: Advisory Com- Only §1351 Criminal Law mission [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


52-A. Family Law None 19-A MRSA Judiciary: Advisory Authorized §351 Family Law Commission [1995, c. 694, Pt. D, §5 (new); Pt. E, §2 (aff).]


52-B. Judiciary: Family Law [2005, c. 294, §9 (rp).]


53. Labor [2001, c. 352, §4 (rp).]


54. Displaced Not Autho- 26 MRSA Labor Homemakers Ad- rized §1604
div>
visory Council [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]

54-A. Education: Office of Rehabilitation Services [1999, c. 58, §1 (rp).]


54-B. Advisory Expenses 26 MRSA Labor: Council to Only §1413-C Rehabilitation Division of Services Deafness [1995, c. 560, Pt. F, §8 (new).]


54-C. Legislative Legislative 3 MRSA Legislature Youth Per Diem §168-A
div>
Advisory and Expenses div>
Council for Legis- div>
lators and div>
Expenses Only div>
for Certain div>
Members [2001, c. 439, Pt. PPPP, §2 (new); §4 (aff).]

55. Local and County Government [1989, c. 304, §1 (rp).]


55-A. Local and County Government [1995, c. 148, §11 (rp).]


56. Local and County Government [1989, c. 304, §3 (rp); c. 503, Pt. A, §33 (amd); c. 878, Pt. A, §17 (rp).]


57. Local and County Government [1995, c. 233, Pt. C, §1 (rp).]


57-A. Lobster Expenses 12 MRSA Marine Management Only §6447 Resources: Policy Zones Councils [1995, c. 468, §1 (new).]


57-B. Sea Urchin Expenses 12 MRSA Marine Zone Council Only §6749-X Resources: Zones [2001, c. 327, §1 (amd).]


57-C. Aquaculture Not 12 MRSA Marine Advisory Authorized §6080 Resources Council [2003, c. 247, §1 (amd).]


57-D. Marine None 12 MRSA Marine Recreational §6033 Resources Fishing
div>
Advisory div>
Council [1999, c. 85, §1 (new).]

57-E. Commercial None 12 MRSA Marine Fishing §6034 Resources Safety
div>
Council [2003, c. 90, §1 (new).]

57-F. Scallop Expenses 12 MRSA Marine Advisory Only §6729-B Resources Council [2003, c. 319, §1 (new).]


58. Lobster Advis- Expenses 12 MRSA Marine Resources: ory Council Only §6462-A Industry



A. [2001, c. 93, §1 (rp).]

[2001, c. 93, §1 (amd).]


58-A. Medicine [1999, c. 668, §35 (rp).]


58-B. Medicine [1999, c. 668, §35 (rp).]


58-C. Medicine [1999, c. 668, §35 (rp).]


58-D. Medicine [1999, c. 668, §36 (rp).]


59. Mental Health and Mental Retardation [1999, c. 668, §37 (rp).]


59-A. Mental Health and Mental Retardation [1993, c. 360, Pt. G, §1 (rp).]


59-B. Mental Health and Mental Retardation [1999, c. 668, §38 (rp); 731, Pt. L, §1 (rp).]


59-C. Mental Health and Mental Retardation [1999, c. 668, §38 (rp); c. 731, Pt. L, §1 (rp).]


60. Mental Health and Mental Retardation [1987, c. 887, §2 (rp).]


60-A. Mental Health and Mental Retardation [1995, c. 395, Pt. G, §5 (rp); §20 (aff).]


61. Maine Advisory Expenses 34-B MRSA Mental Health and Committee on Only §1210 Mental Retard- Mental Retard- ation ation [1989, c. 73, §1 (amd).]


62. Mental Health and Mental Retardation [1987, c. 887, §2 (rp).]


63. Mental Health and Mental Retardation [1999, c. 668, §39 (rp).]


64. Mental Health and Mental Retardation [1993, c. 48, §1 (rp).]


65. Children's Services [1999, c. 668, §40 (rp).]


66. Maine Expenses 34-B MRSA Mental Health Developmental Only §17001 and Mental Disabilities Retardation Council [2003, c. 417, §1 (amd); §4 (aff).]


67. Mental Health and Mental Retardation [1993, c. 360, Pt. I, §1 (rp).]


68. Natural Resources: Forests [1991, c. 622, Pt. S, §13 (rp).]


68-A. State Expenses 12 MRSA Natural Conservation Only §51-A Resources District
div>
Advisory div>
Council [1995, c. 532, §3 (new).]

69. Natural Resources: Recreation [1993, c. 438, §1 (rp).]


70. Whitewater $25Day 12 MRSA Natural Safety §12910 Resources: Committee Recreation [2003, c. 414, Pt. B, §10 (amd); c. 614, §9 (aff).]


70-A. Continuing Expenses 24-A MRSA Occupations: Education Only §1481 Insurance Advisory
div>
Committee [1997, c. 457, §1 (amd); §55 (aff).]

71. Occupations: Insurance [1997, c. 457, §2 (rp); §55 (aff).]


71-A. Occupations: Fire Protection [1991, c. 622, Pt. S, §15 (rp).]


72. Occupations: Insurance [1999, c. 127, Pt. A, §9 (rp).]


72-A. Occupations: Insurance [1999, c. 127, Pt. A, §10 (rp).]


72-B. Occupations: Massage Practitioners [2005, c. 294, §10 (rp).]


72-C. Occupations: Advanced Practice Registered Nursing [1999, c. 668, §41 (rp).]


73. Continuing Edu- Not Autho- 32 MRSA Occupations: Real cation Commit- rized §4115-B Estate tee [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


73-A. Occupations: Nursing [1991, c. 622, Pt. S, §16 (rp).]


74. Occupations: Medicine [1993, c. 360, Pt. J, §1 (rp).]


74-A. E-9-1-1 Expenses 25 MRSA Public Safety Council Only §2925 [1993, c. 566, §1 (amd).]


74-A-1. Telecommunica- Not 35-A Public Utilities tions Authorized MRSA
div>
Relay §8704 div>
Services div>
Advisory div>
Council [1989, c. 851, §2 (new).]

74-B. State Government [1993, c. 361, Pt. A, §2 (rp).]


74-C. Maine Expenses 19-A MRSA Public Safety Commission Only §4013
div>
on Domestic div>
and Sexual div>
Abuse [2001, c. 240, §1 (amd).]

74-D. Maine Not 25 MRSA Public Communica- Authorized §1531 Safety tions System
div>
Policy div>
Board [2003, c. 678, §1 (new).]

75. Capitol Plan- Expenses 5 MRSA State Government ning Commission Only §298 [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


75-A. State House and Expenses 3 MRSA State Government Capitol Park Only §901-A
div>
Commission [1989, c. 410, §20 (new).]

75-B. Blaine Not 5 MRSA State Government House Authorized §322
div>
Commission [1993, c. 590, §2 (new).]

75-C. Intergovern- Legislative 30-A MRSA State Government mental Per Diem §2181
div>
Advisory and Expenses div>
Commission for Legis- div>
lators and div>
expenses only div>
for certain div>
members [2005, c. 222, §1 (amd).]

76. State Government [1993, c. 361, Pt. B, §3 (rp).]


77. State Government [1991, c. 622, Pt. S, §17 (rp).]


77-A. State Government [1999, c. 668, §42 (rp).]


78. State Planning [1993, c. 92, §11 (rp).]


78-A. Participating Not 5 MRSA State Retirement Local District Autho- §18802 System Advisory rized
div>
Committee [1989, c. 811, §1 (new).]

79. Telecommunications [1993, c. 361, Pt. C, §4 (rp).]


79-A. Citizen Trade Legislative 10 MRSA Trade Policy Per Diem §11
div>
Commission and Expenses div>
for Legislators div>
Expenses Only div>
for Other div>
Members [2003, c. 699, §1 (new).]

80. Telecommunications [1989, c. 503, Pt. A, §36 (rp).]


80-A. Transportation: Motor Carriers [1999, c. 470, §1 (rp).]


81. Maine Aeronau- Not Autho- 6 MRSA Transportation: tical Advisory rized §302 Motor Vehicles Board [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


82. Maine State Expenses 23 MRSA Transportation: Ferry Only §4301 Ferry Service Advisory
div>
Board [1997, c. 643, Pt. QQ, §1 (amd).]

83. Transportation: Highway [1999, c. 668, §43 (rp).]


84. Medical Advis- Expenses 29-A MRSA Transportation: ory Board (Li- Only §1258 Motor Vehicles censing of Drivers)
[1995, c. 65, Pt. A, §10 (amd); §153 (aff); Pt. C, §15 (aff).]

85. Transportation [1993, c. 420, §1 (rp).]


86. Travel Informa- $25Day 23 MRSA Transportation: tion Advisory §1904 Signs and Bill- Council boards [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]


87. Maine Tourism Expenses 5 MRSA Tourism Commission Only §13090-F [RR 1995, c. 2, §10 (cor).]


88. Maine State Expenses 5 MRSA Video and Film Only §13090-H Film Commission [RR 1995, c. 2, §10 (cor).]


89. Workers' Compensation [1991, c. 885, Pt. A, §6 (rp); §§9-11 (aff).]


90. Workers' Compensation [1991, c. 885, Pt. A, §6 (rp); §§9-11 (aff).]

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Office of the Revisor of Statutes
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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12004-J. Independent advisory boards

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12004-J. Independent advisory boards

Independent advisory boards are boards which are established by law as independent organizations, which have a separate line item in the budget document, and to which money is allocated or appropriated by the Legislature. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
The primary responsibilities of those boards are to evaluate the performance of departments or agencies of State Government, recommend policies and procedures to the Governor and Legislature for adoption, serve in an advocacy capacity for a specific group or sector of the population or hold hearings for the evaluation of policies and issues. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
This classification includes the following. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] p align="center"> FIELD NAME OF RATE OF STATUTORY div>
ORGANIZATION COMPENSATION REFERENCE

1. Employment: Disabled [1997, c. 410, §1 (rp).]


2. Environment [1993, c. 664, §3 (rp).]


2-A. Advisory Legislative 38 MRSA Environment Commission on Per Diem §1453-A
div>
Radioactive div>
Waste and div>
Decommissioning [1997, c. 700, §1 (amd).]

3. Human Development [1991, c. 9, Pt. I, §5 (rp).]


4. Human Services [1991, c. 622, Pt. S, §18 (rp).]


5. Marine Resources [1993, c. 361, Pt. D, §2 (rp).]


6. Women [1991, c. 622, Pt. S, §18 (rp).]


7. Mental Health [1991, c. 622, Pt. S, §19 (rp).]


8. Veterans' Services [1993, c. 273, §1 (rp).]


9. Families, Health and Rehabilitation [1991, c. 139, §1 (rp).]


10. Maine Criminal As Author- 5 MRSA Criminal Justice ized by §3358 Justice Commission Commission [1991, c. 417, §2 (new).]


11. Victims' Legislative 5 MRSA Criminal Compensation Per Diem §3360-A Justice Board and Expenses [1991, c. 806, §2 (new).]


12. Maine Fire Legislative 5 MRSA Fire Protection Per Diem §3371 Protection Services and Services Commission Expenses [1999, c. 731, Pt. AAAA, §2 (new).]


13. Sexual Expenses 5 MRSA Criminal Assault Only §3360-N Justice Forensic
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Examiner div>
Advisory div>
Board [2001, c. 439, Pt. Z, §2 (new).]
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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12004-K. Intergovernmental organizations

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12004-K. Intergovernmental organizations

The primary responsibility of intergovernmental organizations is to establish cooperation between this State and other states or Canadian provinces. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
This classification includes the following. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] p align="center"> FIELD NAME OF RATE OF STATUTORY div>
ORGANIZATION COMPENSATION REFERENCE

1. Education Com- Paid by Com- 20-A MRSA Education mission of the pact §603
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States [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]

2. New England Not Autho- 20-A MRSA Education Board of Higher rized §11002
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Education [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]

3. New England In- Expenses 38 MRSA Environment terstate Water Only §532
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Pollution Con- div>
trol Commission [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]

4. Northeastern Expenses P&SL 1949, Environment Forest Fire Only c. 75
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Protection Com- div>
mission [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]

4-A. Environment: Natural Resources [1997, c. 393, Pt. A, §12 (rp).]


5. St. Croix In- Legislative 38 MRSA Environment ternational Per Diem §991
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Waterway Com- div>
mission [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]

6. Atlantic States Expenses 12 MRSA Marine Resources Marine Fisher- Only §4603
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ies Commission [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]

7. State Government [2001, c. 352, §5 (rp).]


8. Commission on Expenses 3 MRSA State Government Uniform State Only §241
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Laws [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]

9. State Government [2003, c. 643, §4 (rp).]


10. Maine-Canadian Not Autho- 3 MRSA State Government Legislative rized §227
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Advisory Com- div>
mission [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]

11. New England and Expenses 3 MRSA State Government Eastern Canada Only §231
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Legislative Com- div>
mission [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]

11-A. State Government [2005, c. 294, §11 (rp); c. 332, §2 (rp).]


12. Maine-New Hamp- Expenses P&SL 1937, Transportation shire Inter- Only c. 18
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state Bridge div>
Authority [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).]

13. Tribal-State Government [1993, c. 489, §4 (rp).]

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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12004-L. Interagency organizations

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12004-L. Interagency organizations

The primary responsibilities of interagency organizations include the development or implementation of programs; coordination of programs; review of information, data and systems; planning; making recommendations; proposing legislation; holding hearings, entering into agreements; and receiving and administering funds. Those organizations are usually composed of commissioners, or their designees, or directors from different state executive agencies. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
This classification includes the following. [1987, c. 786, §5 (new).] div>
NAME OF RATE OF STATUTORY div>
ORGANIZATION COMPENSATION REFERENCE

1. Alcohol and Drug Abuse Planning Committee [1989, c. 934, Pt. A, §2 (rp).]


2. Employee Suggestion System Board [1995, c. 368, Pt. HH, §6 (rp).]


3. Maine Occupational Information Coordinating Committee [1997, c. 410, §2 (rp).]


4. Joint Committee of Licensure- Certification for School Psychological Services [1993, c. 207, §1 (rp).]


5. Commission Legislative 30-A MRSA §7206 on Municipal Deorganization Per Diem
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County Com- div>
missioner div>
Only [1989, c. 216, §1 (new); c. 601, Pt. B, §2 (new); c. 878, Pt. A, §18 (rpr).]

6. Interagency Task Force on Homelessness and Housing Opportunities [2005, c. 380, Pt. B, §1 (rp).]


7. Children's Residential Treatment Committee [1999, c. 668, §44 (rp).]


8. Human Resource Development Council [1997, c. 410, §3 (rp).]


9. Interdepart- mental Council [1999, c. 668, §44 (rp).]


10. Maine Drug Not Autho- 25 MRSA §2954 Enforcement Agency rized Advisory Board [1993, c. 381, §9 (new).]


11. Maine Governmental Information Network Board [2003, c. 643, §5 (rp).]


12. Council on Children and Families [2005, c. 294, §12 (rp).]


13. Statewide Not 30-A MRSA §5046 Homeless Council Authorized [2005, c. 380, Pt. B, §2 (new).]

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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12004. Classifications and definitions of boards

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12004. Classifications and definitions of boards

Boards established or authorized by this chapter shall be classified according to the similarities of the powers and duties of the several boards. Members of boards shall be eligible for the rate of compensation specified for each board, except when compensation is not authorized. A reference to the statutory description of each board shall also be provided. For the purposes of sections 12004-G to 12004-J, the term "field" does not designate the state agency or department with which a board is associated or affiliated, but only refers to the generic subject matter before the board. [1989, c. 503, Pt. A, §1 (rpr).] div>
The definitions of responsibilities and authority of each classification of boards may not necessarily apply in total to each board within each classification. Each board may possess some but not all of the responsibilities and authority as defined for the classification in which the board is included. The primary function of each board complies with the primary responsibilities and authority of the classification in which the board is included. [1989, c. 503, Pt. A, §1 (rpr).]

1. Occupational and professional licensing boards. [1987, c. 786, §4 (rp).]


2. Property assessment; valuation and appeals boards. [1987, c. 786, §4 (rp).]


3. Labor or management arbitration and commodity arbitration. [1987, c. 786, §4 (rp).]


4. Substantive regulatory boards; boards pursuant to federal law. [1987, c. 786, §4 (rp).]


5. Environmental regulation and control. [1987, c. 786, §4 (rp).]


6. Rate regulation. [1987, c. 786, §4 (rp).]


7. Financing and administrative organization. [1987, c. 786, §4 (rp).]


8. Policy-making boards for specific or limited purposes. [1987, c. 786, §4 (rp).]


9. Commodity or product protection and promotion boards. [1987, c. 786, §4 (rp).]


10. Advisory boards; boards with minimal authority. [1987, c. 786, §4 (rp).]


11. Independent advisory boards. [1987, c. 786, §4 (rp).]


12. Intergovernmental organizations. [1987, c. 786, §4 (rp).]


13. Interagency organizations. [1987, c. 786, §4 (rp).]

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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12005-A. Report to Secretary of State

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12005-A. Report to Secretary of State

Every board listed in this chapter is required to appoint a clerk of the board who is responsible for submitting reports to the Secretary of State as required by this chapter. This clerk shall submit an annual report to the Secretary of State on forms provided by the Secretary of State. This report must be submitted no later than December 31st of each calendar year and must include information required by this section and any other information determined necessary by the Secretary of State to fulfill the purposes of this chapter. This information must include: [1999, c. 668, §45 (amd).]

1. Clerk of board. The name, address and telephone number of the clerk of the board; [1987, c. 786, §7 (new).]


2. Names and addresses of members. The names and current addresses of each member of the board; [1987, c. 786, §7 (new).]


3. Date of appointment and expiration. The date of appointment of each member and the date of expiration of the term of each member; [1987, c. 786, §7 (new).]


4. Dates and locations of all meetings. The dates and locations of all meetings of the board during the calendar year for which the report is prepared.



A. In the event that a board reports no meetings for the calendar year of the report, the clerk shall indicate the last meeting of the board; [1987, c. 786, §7 (new).]

[1987, c. 786, §7 (new).]


5. Attendance at and length of meetings. The number of members attending each meeting and the length of each meeting; [1987, c. 786, §7 (new).]


6. Compensation. The total per diem compensation, if any, received by the board for each meeting and the total received for the calendar year; [1987, c. 786, §7 (new).]


7. Expenses. The total expenses for which the board is reimbursed, if any, for each meeting and the total expenses for which all board members were reimbursed for the calendar year; and [1987, c. 786, §7 (new).]


8. Vacancies. The number of vacancies on the board on December 31st and the term of the vacancy. [1999, c. 668, §46 (amd).]
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The Secretary of State may not waive the requirements of this section. [RR 1993, c. 1, §15 (new).]
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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12005. Report to Secretary of State (REPEALED)

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12005. Report to Secretary of State (REPEALED)


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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12006. Penalty for failure to report

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12006. Penalty for failure to report

Members of any board that fails to report to the Secretary of State, as required by section 12005-A, are not eligible to receive any daily rate or annual rate of compensation or any money for expenses incurred in the work of the board until the report to the Secretary of State is complete to the satisfaction of the Secretary of State. The Commissioner of Administrative and Financial Services, the Secretary of State or the person authorized to pay compensation or expenses to members of the boards may not pay any rate of compensation or expenses to any member of a board that has failed to report to the Secretary of State. [1993, c. 349, §13 (rpr).]

1. Notice of failure to report. The Secretary of State shall send notice by certified mail on or before January 5th of each year to any board that has failed to report pursuant to section 12005-A.



A. [1991, c. 844, §2 (rp).]




A. [1993, c. 349, §13 (rp).]




B. [1991, c. 844, §2 (rp).]




B. [1993, c. 349, §13 (rp).]

[1999, c. 668, §47 (amd).]


2. Legislative repeal of inactive boards. The Secretary of State shall submit legislation to the joint standing committee of the Legislature having jurisdiction over state government matters on or before January 15th in the first regular session of each biennium to repeal those boards that have not reported on their activities to the Secretary of State under this section or section 12005-A during either of the prior 2 calendar years or have been inactive during the preceding 24 months. [1999, c. 668, §47 (amd).]


3. Repeal requirement. The Secretary of State may not include in the legislation required under subsection 2 and may not require an annual report as required under section 12005-A from any of the following boards and commissions that has been inactive during the preceding 24 months:



A. Mining Excise Tax Trust Fund Board of Trustees, as established in section 12004-G, subsection 33-B; [2003, c. 643, §6 (new).]




B. Facility Siting Board, as established in section 12004-D, subsection 4; [2003, c. 643, §6 (new).]




C. State Poet Laureate Advisory Selection Committee, as established in section 12004-I, subsection 5-A; and [2003, c. 643, §6 (new).]




D. Board of Emergency Municipal Finance, as established in Title 30-A, section 6101. [2003, c. 643, §6 (new).]

[2003, c. 643, §6 (new).]

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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12007. Clerk of board

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12007. Clerk of board

1. Appointment. Each board shall appoint a clerk who is responsible for submitting reports to and responding to the Secretary of State and the Commissioner of Administrative and Financial Services. Each clerk shall provide the Secretary of State and Commissioner of Administrative and Financial Services with the mailing address of the board and the clerk as required in this chapter. Each clerk shall respond and report in a timely manner as provided in this chapter. [1991, c. 780, Pt. Y, §104 (amd).]


2. Penalty. Any board which fails to appoint a clerk and report as required shall be subject to the penalties in section 12006. [1987, c. 786, §8 (new).]

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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12008. Ad hoc advisory boards

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12008. Ad hoc advisory boards

The commissioner or chief executive officer of any state agency, as defined in section 8002, and the board of trustees of any state authority or organization may form informal, ad hoc advisory boards to advise the commissioner, director or board of trustees on any issue. In forming an ad hoc advisory board pursuant to this section, the commissioner, director or board of trustees shall make a reasonable effort to include a representative of all the interests that may be involved in or may be affected by the issue. [1987, c. 786, §8 (new).] div>
Any ad hoc advisory board shall be deemed an informal board and shall not be required to be listed in this chapter. A member of any ad hoc advisory board shall be deemed not to be an officer of the State within the meaning of the Constitution of Maine. [1987, c. 786, §8 (new).]
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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12009. Duty of Secretary of State

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 1: COMPENSATION (HEADING: PL 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))

§12009. Duty of Secretary of State

The Secretary of State shall compile and maintain the information provided pursuant to section 12005-A. [1987, c. 786, §8 (new).]

1. Report to Commissioner of Administrative and Financial Services. The Secretary of State, by January 15th of each year, shall submit to the Commissioner of Administrative and Financial Services a list of the boards, with the name and address of each clerk who failed to report as required in section 12005-A. [1999, c. 668, §48 (amd).]


2. Report of board activities. The Secretary of State, by January 30th of each year, shall submit a report to the Governor and the joint standing committee of the Legislature having jurisdiction over state and local government. This report, at a minimum, must include the following information with respect to boards in the previous calendar year:



A. The average meeting length of each board; [1987, c. 786, §8 (new).]




B. The number of meetings of each board; [1987, c. 786, §8 (new).]




C. The total compensation paid to each board; [1987, c. 786, §8 (new).]




D. The total amount of expenses reimbursed to each board; and [1987, c. 786, §8 (new).]




E. The average rate of attendance for each board. [1987, c. 786, §8 (new).]

This report must also include a list of all boards that have failed to report as required in section 12005-A and from whom the Secretary of State is seeking a report. This report must also include a list of boards that have sought an exemption from the reporting or other requirement of this chapter. [1991, c. 844, §3 (amd).]


3. Report on appointments. By December 30th of each year, the Secretary of State shall submit a report to the Governor, the Speaker of the House and the President of the Senate. This report shall include the following information and any additional information deemed important by the Secretary of State:



A. A list of appointments, by board, which will expire in the ensuing calendar year and for which reappointments or new appointments are required. This list shall include the date of expiration of the term of each appointment due to expire and the length of any existing vacancy; [1987, c. 786, §8 (new).]




B. The appointing authority responsible for making the appointments or reappointments as described in paragraph A; [1987, c. 786, §8 (new).]




C. A list of appointments due to expire in the following year which, by law, require a new appointment rather than reappointment of the person in that position; and [1987, c. 786, §8 (new).]




D. A list of appointments due to expire in the following year for which confirmation by the Senate is required. [1987, c. 786, §8 (new).]

[1987, c. 786, §8 (new).]

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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12011. Duty of Secretary of State

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 2: ORGANIZATION AND OPERATION (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 814, @1 (new); 1987, c. 786, @9 (rpr))

§12011. Duty of Secretary of State

The Secretary of State shall compile and maintain a current list of all boards in State Government, including the name of the board, the names of its members, positions in State Government held by any member, any vacancies, the date of the board's last reported meeting, its most recent reported expenditures on members' compensation and expenses and what other information the Secretary of State determines necessary. The list compiled under this section must at a minimum include all of the boards listed in this chapter. [1991, c. 844, §4 (amd).]
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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12012. Members from other branches of government

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 2: ORGANIZATION AND OPERATION (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 814, @1 (new); 1987, c. 786, @9 (rpr))

§12012. Members from other branches of government

Persons who serve in any branch of State Government may serve on a board that is solely advisory in authority. A person who serves in a branch of State Government may serve on a board of another branch of State Government as a nonvoting member in an advisory capacity only if that board is not solely advisory in authority. A person who serves in a branch of State Government may serve on any board that is solely advisory in authority, unless specifically prohibited by another provision of law. [1985, c. 295, § 23 (amd).] div>
A board is solely advisory in authority if its only authority is to review policies and procedures, conduct studies or advise or make recommendations to a branch of government. It may not have the authority to control expenditures, issue rules, approve decisions of other agencies or officials or enforce its decisions or recommendations. [1983, c. 814 (new).]
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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12013. Finances

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 2: ORGANIZATION AND OPERATION (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 814, @1 (new); 1987, c. 786, @9 (rpr))

§12013. Finances

All boards shall maintain such financial records as may be required by the State Comptroller and State Auditor. [1983, c. 814 (new).]
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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12014. Powers and duties

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 2: ORGANIZATION AND OPERATION (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 814, @1 (new); 1987, c. 786, @9 (rpr))

§12014. Powers and duties

1. Duties. Each board shall have the following duties:



A. Keep minutes of all meetings and record all actions; [1983, c. 814 (new).]




B. Limit all activities of the board to the confines of its authorization; and [1983, c. 814 (new).]




C. Observe that a majority of the members of the board shall constitute a quorum unless otherwise specified. [1983, c. 814 (new).]

[1983, c. 814 (new).]

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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007Title 5 - §12015. New boards

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 18: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES (HEADING: PL 1977, c. 551, @3 (new))
Chapter 379: BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 812, @39 (new); 1987, c. 786, @2 (rpr))
Subchapter 2: ORGANIZATION AND OPERATION (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 814, @1 (new); 1987, c. 786, @9 (rpr))

§12015. New boards

Any boards established on or after July 25, 1984 shall conform to the following provisions. [RR 1997, c. 2, §16 (cor).]

1. Membership; terms; vacancies. Each board may have no fewer than 3 members. Boards established after September 1, 2000 to regulate professions or occupations may have no more than 9 members, including at least 2 public members. Law establishing the board must provide for appointments, terms of office, qualifications and removal of its members. In the event of the death, resignation or removal of any member, the vacancy for that member's unexpired term must be filled in the same manner as that member's original appointment. [1999, c. 687, Pt. B, §2 (amd).]


2. Sunset. [1999, c. 668, §49 (rp).]


3. Sunrise review required. Any joint standing committee of the Legislature that considers proposed legislation to establish a board to license or otherwise regulate an occupation or profession not previously regulated or to substantially expand regulation of an occupation or profession currently regulated shall evaluate whether the occupation or profession should be regulated or further regulated. For the purposes of this section, "substantially expand regulation" means to add a new regulatory category or to expand the scope of practice for current practitioners. In order to evaluate this legislation, the joint standing committee shall, without a public hearing, briefly and informally review legislation referred to the committee that proposes a new occupational or professional board or substantial expansion of regulation and an applicant's answers pertaining to evaluation criteria as required by Title 32, section 60-J. Following this informal review, the committee shall:



A. Immediately hold a public hearing to accept information addressing the evaluation criteria listed in Title 32, section 60-J from any professional or occupational group or organization, any individual or any other interested party who is a proponent or opponent of the legislation; [1995, c. 686, §1 (rpr).]




B. Request that the Commissioner of Professional and Financial Regulation conduct an independent assessment of the applicant's answers to the evaluation criteria listed in Title 32, section 60-J and report the commissioner's findings back to the committee by a specific date; or [1995, c. 686, §1 (rpr).]




C. Request that the Commissioner of Professional and Financial Regulation establish a technical committee to assess the applicant's answers to the evaluation criteria listed in Title 32, section 60-J following the procedures of Title 32, chapter 1-A, subchapter II and report its findings to the commissioner within 6 months of establishment of the committee. [1995, c. 686, §1 (rpr).]




D. [1995, c. 686, §1 (rp).]




E. [1995, c. 686, §1 (rp).]




F. [1995, c. 686, §1 (rp).]




G. [1995, c. 686, §1 (rp).]

Any recommendation by a joint standing committee to the full Legislature for the establishment or expansion of jurisdiction of an occupational or professional regulatory board must include a written statement describing the manner in which the assessment of answers to the evaluation criteria was conducted and a concise summary of the evaluation. [1995, c. 686, §1 (rpr).]

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