L.30-1996, SECTION 8 (the latter statute amending the former statute); P.
L.182-2009, SECTION 8.(9) The following statutes relating to appropriations for education, including higher education: P.
L.182-2009, SECTION 6.(7) The following statutes relating to appropriations for transportation: P.
L.240-1991, SECTION 36.(34) The following statutes relating to use of the counter-cyclical revenue and economic stabilization fund: P.
L.182-2009, SECTION 35.(35) The following statutes relating to balances in the mental health fund: P.
L.182-2009, SECTION 20.(18) The following statutes requiring the approval of the budget agency for repairs to state buildings: P.
L.182-2009, SECTION 21.(19) The following statutes concerning the interpretation of statutory annual or continuing appropriations: P.
L.182-2009, SECTIONS 9, 11, and 12.(10) The following statutes relating to payment of utility bills and other claims at the end of a state fiscal year: P.
L.182-2009, SECTION 13.(11) The following statutes relating to state travel and related expenses: P. L.182-2009, SECTION 32.(30) The following statutes relating to the duration of appropriations for construction: P. L.182-2009, SECTION 33.(33) The following statutes relating to increase of expenditures for construction appropriations: P. Notwithstanding the inclusion in the Indiana Code of provisions relating to process, practice, procedure, or appeals that have been superseded by rules of court, those provisions have only such force as they had before the enactment of the Indiana Code. Punishments, penalties or forfeitures may be imposed and enforced as if this Code had not been enacted. The general assembly may preserve the legislative history of this subsection by adoption of a concurrent resolution and publication of the resolution in the legislative journals.(B) If any SECTION, legislative district, or other provision of P. L.224-2003 is found by a court with jurisdiction to be in violation of Article 4, Section 23 of the Constitution of the State of Indiana, it is the intent of the general assembly that the provision be given general application. However, such a statute expires on the expiration date provided in the statute.(b) An act of the general assembly that repeals IC 1-1-1-2, IC 1-1-1-2.1, or another section of this chapter has the effect of repealing all the statutes listed in IC 1-1-1-2, IC 1-1-1-2.1, or that section of this chapter, whichever is applicable. These descriptive headings are intended for organizational purposes only and are not intended to affect the meaning, application or construction of the statute they precede. This Code does not affect rights, privileges, or liabilities accrued, remedies provided, duties imposed, penalties incurred, or proceedings begun before the effectiveness of this Code. All actions, proceedings, and prosecutions, whether civil or criminal, for causes arising or acts committed before the effectiveness of this Code, may be commenced and prosecuted as if this Code had not been enacted. If any provision or application of a statute is held invalid, the invalidity does not affect the remainder of the statute unless:(1) the remainder is so essentially and inseparably connected with, and so dependent upon, the invalid provision or application that it cannot be presumed that the remainder would have been enacted without the invalid provision or application; or This subsection applies to every statute, regardless of whether enacted before or after the passage of this subsection. Section 2 of this chapter does not repeal a statute described in section 1 of this chapter that expires after June 30, 2011. Section 2 of this chapter does not repeal either P. L.21-1990, SECTION 60 (the latter statute amending the former statute) (concerning the change of fiscal years by a holding company or regulated financial corporation). Notwithstanding the inclusion in the Indiana Code of statutory provisions declared impliedly repealed, unconstitutional or otherwise invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, those provisions have only such force as they had before the enactment of the Indiana Code. All rules and regulations in force on January 21, 1976, shall be treated as if they were adopted under the corresponding provisions of this Code.(c) If a conflict existed between provisions of law that have been replaced by this Code, to resolve the conflict, the dates of enactment of the conflicting provisions may be considered along with other appropriate aids to statutory construction, but the order in which the corresponding provisions appear in this Code may not be considered.(d) References in the text of the Indiana Code, or in other statutes, to provisions of laws replaced by provisions of the Indiana Code, are intended to refer respectively to the corresponding provisions of this Code.(e) The numerical or alphabetical designations assigned to the several provisions of the Indiana Code, as originally enacted, or as added by amendment, are part of the law and may be altered only by specific amendment.(f) The headings of titles, articles, and chapters as they appear in the Indiana Code, as originally enacted or added by amendment, are not part of the law and may be altered by the lawful compilers, in any official publication, to more clearly indicate content. Preservation of Penalties, Offenses, Rights, Liabilities. All felonies and misdemeanors committed under acts in force before the effectiveness of the Indiana Code may be prosecuted and remain punishable as provided in those acts. The running of any period of limitation or any requirement of notice contained in any provisions of law repealed and replaced by provisions of the Indiana Code are not affected by the enactment of the Code. Severability (a) If any provision of this Code as now or later amended or its application to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity does not affect other provisions that can be given effect without the invalid provision or application.(b) Except in the case of a statute containing a nonseverability provision, each part and application of every statute is severable.