Issuance of State ID cards

Removes the requirement of displaying specific mandatory fields
on the state identification cared, such as the social security
number, issue date, attorney general's signature, and registrar's

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TWENTIETH LEGISLATURE, 1999                                
STATE OF HAWAII                                            

                   A  BILL  FOR  AN  ACT



 1      SECTION 1.  The purposes of this Act are (1) to remove the
 2 requirement of displaying specific mandatory fields on the
 3 certificate of identification (more commonly known as the state
 4 identification card), such as the social security number, issue
 5 date, attorney general's signature, and registrar's signature,
 6 thereby leaving the design of the card to the discretion of the
 7 attorney general and allowing the possible use of an
 8 identification number other than the social security number, and
 9 (2) to change the designated fingerprints to be obtained and
10 retained by the attorney general.
11      SECTION 2.  Section 846-28, Hawaii Revised Statutes, is
12 amended to read as follows:
13      "846-28  Information to be secured.  The department of the
14 attorney general shall require, collect, secure, make, and
15 maintain a record of the following items of information so far as
16 it is practicable to secure the same, with respect to each
17 applicant for registration:
18      (1)  The name of the person applying to be registered
19           (hereinafter called the "registrant" or "applicant"),

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 1           the street and number or address of the applicant's
 2           place of permanent residence, and the applicant's
 3           residence and business telephone numbers, if any;
 4      (2)  The applicant's occupation and any pertinent data
 5           relating thereto;
 6      (3)  The applicant's [nationality or] racial extraction;
 7      (4)  The applicant's citizenship;
 8      (5)  The date and place of the applicant's birth;
 9      (6)  The applicant's personal description including sex,
10           height, weight, hair, eyes, complexion, build, scars,
11           and marks;
12      (7)  The applicant's right [thumbprint] and left index
13           fingerprints or, if the applicant has no right [thumb,]
14           index finger or left index finger, other identifying
15           imprint as specified by rules of the department;
16           provided that this requirement shall not apply to
17           minors until they reach the age of three years;
18      (8)  The name, relationship, and address of the nearest
19           relative or other person to be notified in case of
20           sickness, accident, death, emergency, or need of the
21           applicant, if such notification is desired; and
22      (9)  The social security number of the applicant."
23      SECTION 3.  Section 846-30, Hawaii Revised Statutes, is

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 1 amended to read as follows:
 2      "846-30  Identification certificates; form.  The department
 3 of the attorney general, after taking the [thumbprint]
 4 fingerprints of each registrant as provided in this part (except
 5 as otherwise provided in the case of children under three years
 6 of age), and after securing the information required by or
 7 pursuant to this part, shall issue to each registrant a
 8 certificate of identification in such form, and with such
 9 information, as the attorney general deems necessary and
10 practicable[, the certificate to contain, among other things:
11 the registrant's social security number; the date of issue; the
12 legal name, residence, citizenship, date of birth, the
13 registrant's signature, a facsimile signature of the attorney
14 general, a facsimile signature of the officer or employee issuing
15 the certificate (to be designated as the "administrator of the
16 data center"), the name and address of the person to be notified
17 in case of need, and such other personal identification data as
18 the attorney general deems necessary and practicable]."
19      SECTION 4.  Statutory material to be repealed is bracketed.
20 New statutory material is underscored.
21      SECTION 5.  This Act shall take effect upon its approval. 

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