Each board, commission, or agency created under or by virtue of Title XLVII  of the Revised Code and such other boards, commissions, and agencies as the director of the legislative service commission determines are regulating occupations and professions shall, on the first day of September, make a report to the legislative service commission of its receipts and disbursements and of its official acts of the preceding fiscal year, in such form as the commission may prescribe. The required report shall include an accounting of the fees such boards, commissions, and agencies charge and receive for examination, licensure, registration, certification, renewal of licensure, and providing of a duplicate copy of such certification or licensure; an accounting of fines charged by such boards, commissions, and agencies for violations of law and rules; the uses such boards, commissions, and agencies make of their revenue; the use of funds, as defined by section 131.01 of the Revised Code, by such boards, commissions, and agencies; the date on which the last adjustment was made to the fee charged; the percentage of increase or decrease of the last adjustment of fees; the authority by which such adjustment was made; and the extent to which such boards, commissions, or agencies have authority to adjust fees. The commission shall receive and consolidate the reports as required by division (H) of section 103.13 of the Revised Code.
Effective Date: 12-22-1992
Related Legislative Provision: See 129th General AssemblyFile No.39, SB 171, §4