MCL - Act 44 of 1984


Act 44 of 1984

AN ACT to provide purity and quality standards for motor fuels; to regulate the transfer, sale, dispensing, or offering motor fuels for sale; to provide for an inspection and testing program; to provide for the powers and duties of certain state agencies; to prescribe certain powers of the governor; to provide for the licensing of certain persons engaged in the transfer, sale, dispensing, or offering of motor fuels for sale; to regulate stage I vapor-recovery systems at certain facilities; to provide for fees; to make appropriations; and to provide remedies and prescribe fines and penalties.

History: 1984, Act 44, Eff. Mar. 29, 1985 ;-- Am. 1993, Act 236, Imd. Eff. Nov. 13, 1993 ;-- Am. 2006, Act 104, Imd. Eff. Apr. 6, 2006

The People of the State of Michigan enact:
Document Type Description
Section 290.641 Section Short title.
Section 290.642 Section Definitions.
Section 290.643 Section Establishment of standards by rules.
Section 290.644 Section Transferring, selling, dispensing, or offering gasoline for sale; posting notice on pump dispensing gasoline; contents and design of notice; exception; rule to contain design for uniform notice; violation; liability; disposition of civil fine; applicability of subsection (1).
Section 290.644a Section Testing storage tank at retail outlet to determine water or water-alcohol level; prohibited sales; testing supplies.
Section 290.645 Section Prohibitions; contents of bill, invoice, or other instrument evidencing delivery of gasoline, diesel fuel, biodiesel, biodiesel blend, or hydrogen fuel; violation; disposition of civil fine.
Section 290.645a Section Renewable fuels fund; creation; deposits; investment; funds at close of fiscal year; disbursement; department as administrator; definitions.
Section 290.646 Section License required; coordination of licensing; expiration and renewal of license; application for license; grounds for suspending, denying, or revoking license; conviction under weights and measures act; effect of suspension, revocation, or denial of license or other licenses; registering blended products; "completed application" defined.
Section 290.647 Section Inspection, investigation, and testing program; establishment; purpose; monitoring; payment of expenses; consumer hot line; violation; providing documents; authority of director; enforcement powers; transmitting information; rules; implementation of program.
Section 290.648 Section Gasoline inspection and testing fund; creation; administration; investment of money; use of money and earnings from investment; disposition of civil fines, appropriations, federal money, and other funds.
Section 290.649 Section Civil action for damage to motor vehicle; costs; other rights to relief not restricted.
Section 290.649a Section Rules.
Section 290.649b Section Dispensing facility exempt from certain requirements; annual report; records; notice.
Section 290.649c Section Repealed. 2006, Act 104, Imd. Eff. Apr. 6, 2006.
Section 290.649d Section Maintenance of stage I vapor-recovery system; inspection of systems; repair, modification, or tampering prohibited.
Section 290.649e, 290.649f Section Repealed. 2006, Act 104, Imd. Eff. Apr. 6, 2006.
Section 290.649g Section Records.
Section 290.649h Section Duties of director to implement MCL 290.649a to 290.649h; rejected or condemned equipment; enforcement; temporary restraining order or permanent injunction.
Section 290.649i Section Dispensing permit; requirements; fees; issuance of license within certain time period; “completed application” defined.
Section 290.649j Section Delivery of gasoline; Stage I vapor-recovery system; applicability of subsection (7).
Section 290.649k Section Declaration of emergency.
Section 290.649l Section Variance; conditions for granting; fines; disposition.
Section 290.650 Section Hindering, obstructing, assaulting, or committing bodily injury upon director or authorized representative as misdemeanor; penalty.
Section 290.650a Section Violation; administrative fine; hearing; judicial review; action brought by attorney general; payment and disposition of fine, costs, and economic benefit.
Section 290.650b Section Conduct as misdemeanor or felony; assessment of costs.
Section 290.650c Section Stage I vapor control program; implementation.
Section 290.650d Section Areas requiring certain vapor pressure; termination of requirement.