Guide to the Willie L. Brown, Jr. Papers, 1965-1995 asc.2007.001

Eva Martinez
Special Collections and Archives, J. Paul Leonard Library
1630 Holloway Ave
San Francisco, California 94132-1722


Language of Material: English
Contributing Institution: Special Collections and Archives, J. Paul Leonard Library
J. Paul Leonard Library, Room 460
San Francisco State University
1630 Holloway Ave
San Francisco, CA 94132-1722
Title: Willie L. Brown, Jr. Papers
Creator: Brown, Willie L., Jr. (Willie Lewis), 1934-
Accession number: asc.2007.001
Extent: 100 Linear Feet (75 cartons, 5 oversize boxes)
Date (inclusive): 1955-1999
Abstract: The Willie L. Brown, Jr. Papers include Assembly Bill materials, correspondence, newspaper clippings, research files, awards, books, editorial cartoons, photographs and other materials created during his years in the California State Assembly (1965-1995).
Physical Location: Collection available on site.
Languages: Languages represented in the collection: English.

Conditions Governing Access

The collection is open for research. Some materials may require the use of a computer to view digital files.

Conditions Governing Use

Some materials are in the public domain; transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners. In addition, the reproduction of some materials may be restricted by terms of gift or purchase agreements, donor restrictions, privacy and publicity rights, licensing and trademarks. Works not in the public domain cannot be commercially exploited without permission of the copyright owner. Responsibility for any use rests exclusively with the user.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Willie L. Brown, Jr. Papers, Accession # 2007.001, San Francisco State University, J. Paul Leonard Library, Special Collections and Archives.

Separated Materials

Video footage is available online as a part of the J. Paul Leonard Library Bay Area Television Archive's Willie L. Brown, Jr. Collection 

Related Materials

The Willie L. Brown, Jr. Papers covering his mayoral years (1996-2004) are located at the San Francisco Public Library History Center.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

The papers of Willie L. Brown, Jr. (accession #2007.1) were gifted from Willie L. Brown, Jr. to San Francisco State University President Robert A. Corrigan on November 8, 2007 and transferred to San Francisco State University J. Paul Leonard Library Special Collections & Archives.

Processing Information

Processed by Eva Martinez from June-December 2018.

Arrangement

The Willie L. Brown, Jr. Papers are arranged into nine series: Series 1: Assembly Bill Materials, 1965-1976, Series 2: Subject Files, 1965-1995, Series 3: Political Appointments, 1981-1997, Series 4: Correspondence, 1965-1994, Series 5: Awards and Recognitions, 1972-1995, Series 6: Ephemera, 1962-1994, Series 7: Books, 1985-1999, Series 8: Art, 1970-1995, and Series 9: Photographs and Sound Recordings, 1966-1997. The Photograph and Sound Recordings series is further arranged into three subseries. Subseries 9.1: Events, 9.2: Individuals and 9.3: Sound Recordings.

Biography of Willie L. Brown, Jr.

Willie Lewis Brown, Jr. was born in 1934 in Mineola, Texas. Raised by his grandmother, Brown graduated high school in 1951, moving to San Francisco where he attended San Francisco State University, receiving a liberal studies B.A. in 1955. He studied law at University of California Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco, and became a lawyer in 1959. Brown established his own law practice shortly thereafter. In 1964, Brown was elected to the California State Assembly, beginning his thirty-year career in the Assembly (1965-1995). In 1980, Brown became Speaker of the Assembly, a post he held until 1995. Brown was elected Mayor of San Francisco in 1995, a position he held until 2003.

Scope and Contents

The Willie L. Brown, Jr. Papers include Assembly Bill materials, correspondence, newspaper clippings, research files, awards, books, editorial cartoons, and photographs created during his years in the California State Assembly (1965-1995).
Series 1: Assembly Bill Materials, 1965-1996, includes documents pertaining to legislative bills Brown introduced or co-sponsored in the California State Assembly. Also includes materials relating to House Resolutions, Assembly Constitutional Amendments, Assembly Concurrent Resolutions, and Assembly Joint Resolutions. Assembly Bill files minimally contain government published copies of the Assembly Bills, along with amended versions, and the Legislative Council Digest related to the bill. Files may also contain committee analyses of the bills, correspondence from government officials, constituent individuals and organizations, and newspaper or magazine articles, newsletters and brochures. Brown's legislative files reflect his early efforts to support health benefits for people with AIDS, support for dentists trained in foreign schools, and civil rights issues.
Series 2: Subject Files, 1965-1995, consists of documents on a variety of topics collected by Brown's legislative staff for research purposes.
Series 3: Political Appointments, 1981-1997, spans the years that Brown served as Speaker of the Assembly. Includes documentation of Brown's political appointments to California commissions, boards, and committees. Files include a description of each body, including its responsibilities, duties and membership; correspondence relating to potential appointees; and oath statements from appointed members.
Series 4: Correspondence, 1965-1994, includes endorsement letters from Brown in support of individuals and organizations; and letters to Brown seeking his support. There is also other correspondence throughout the collection in other series.
Series 5: Awards and Recognitions, 1972-1995, consists of paper certificates presented to Brown by various organizations for his achievements as a legislator. Related files include digital files of plaques presented to Brown. Special Collections and Archives has digital images of processed plaques and ephemera.
Series 6: Ephemera, 1962-1994, consists of newspaper clippings and memorabilia, such as printed programs from events.
Series 7: Books, 1985-1999, consists of books produced by or for Brown during his tenure as Speaker of the Assembly. Also includes a bound transcript of an oral history interview with Brown recorded in 1991-1992.
Series 8: Art, 1970-1995, contains framed and unframed artistic portrayals of Brown. Mostly editorial cartoons depicting his stance on various political issues and events.
Series 9: Photographs and Sound Recordings, 1966-1997, contains photographs, negatives, and slides that provide visual documentation of Brown's legislative career. The files include his early years, his family, assembly floor action, events hosted or attended by Brown including—his major fundraisers—and individuals he interacted with, including political figures, foreign dignitaries, athletes, celebrities, and friends. Also contains sound recordings of Brown and news programs. Formats include audio cassettes (bulk), open reel ¼-inch tape, and micro-cassettes.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

African American legislators -- California -- Archives.
Legislators -- California -- Archives.
California -- Politics and government -- 1951-
California. Legislature. Assembly. Speaker's Office.

 

Series 1: Assembly Bill Materials 1965-1995

Extent: 49 cartons

Arrangement

The Assembly Bill Series is arranged chronologically by legislative session and numerically by bill number.

Scope and Contents

Brown's Assembly Bill Materials (1965-1995) includes documents pertaining to legislative bills Brown introduced or co-sponsored in the California State Assembly. Also includes materials relating to House Resolutions, Assembly Constitutional Amendments, Assembly Concurrent Resolutions, and Assembly Joint Resolutions. Assembly Bill files minimally contain government published copies of the Assembly Bills, along with amended versions, and the Legislative Council Digest related to the bill. Files may also contain committee analyses of the bills, correspondence from government officials, constituent individuals and organizations, and newspaper or magazine articles, newsletters and brochures. Brown's legislative files reflect his early efforts to support health benefits for people with AIDS, support for dentists trained in foreign schools, and civil rights issues.
carton 1, folder 1

Assembly Constitutional Amendments: 4, 5 ,17 1965 January

Contents

ACA No. 4: Exempts persons 65 years of age or older with a gross annual income of $3,600 or less from taxation support of public schools in the amount of $5,000. ACA No.5: Provides persons 65 or older an exemption from property taxation of $5000. ACA No. 17: Resolves that no constitutional provision shall be construed to limit the power of the legislature to provide general law for making long-term, low-interest loans to assist citizens in the purchase of a farm or home.
carton 1, folder 2

Assembly Concurrent Resolutions: 8, 15, 21, 23, 24, 27, 31 1965 January

Contents

ACR No. 8: Extends sympathy to the victims of the December 1964 floods and requests all state departments and agencies to assist local government agencies. ACR No. 15: Congratulates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on receiving the Nobel Peace Prize. ACR No. 21: Authorizes the Dept. of Finance to spend $25,000 towards support of the Alcoholic Rehabiliation Center. ACR No. 23: Expresses sympathy on the death of Sir Winston Churchill. ACR No. 24: Memorializes the death of Sir Winston Churchill. ACR No. 27: Thanks State and local officials for working toegether to protect depositors affected by closure of the S.F. National Bank. ACR No. 31: Congratulates Walt Disney and all Disneyland employees on the growth of the park.
carton 1, Folder 3

House Resolution No. 35: Death of Harold Lanthier 1965 October 7

Contents

Expresses condolences on the death of labor leader Harold Lanthier.
carton 1, folder 4

House Resolution No. 55: Disqualification from Unemployment Benefits 1968

Contents

Requests the Dept. of Employment to study the characteristics and experience of persons disqualified from unemplyment insurance benefits under the 1965 amendments to the Unemployment Insurance Code.
carton 1, folder 5

House Resolution No. 61: Reverend Frederick Douglas Haynes 1965 October 20

Contents

Congratulates Rev. Haynes on his 33rd anniversary as minister of the Third Baptist Church.
carton 1, folder 6

House Resolution No. 20: Lim Poon Lee 1966

Contents

Congratulates Mr. Lee on his appointment as postmaster of San Francisco.
carton 1, folder 7

House Resolution No. 36: Negro History Week 1966 February 02

Contents

Calls attention to Negro History Week and the years of progress it commemorates.
carton 1, folder 8

House Resolution No. 120: Construction of Public Structures 1966 March

Contents

Urges all state and local agencies to refrain from calling for bids for any public works, unless necessary, until there is a reduction in construction costs.
carton 1, folder 9

House Resolution No. 121: Park Presidio and Golden Gate Freeways 1966 March

Contents

Request the Joint Legistlative Audit Committee and the Assembly Interim Committee on Natural Resources, Planning and Public Works to conduct a study on the Park Presidio-Panhandle and Golden Gate Freeways.
carton 1, folder 10

House Resolution No. 440: Court Review of Property Tax 1966 May 25

Contents

Requests a study of the authorizing of superior courts to review property taxation decisions of county and state boards.
carton 1, folder 11

Assembly Bill No. 204: Workmen's Compensation: Household Domestics 1967 January

Contents

Makes persons engaged in household domestic service for one employer for 60 or more days in a calendar year subject to the Workman's Compensation Law.
carton 1, folder 12

Assembly Bill No. 205: Agricultural Workers and Fair Employment Practice Act 1967

Contents

Makes permanent a provision that ended on September 17, 1967, to include certain agricultural workers under the coverage of the California Fair Employment Practice Act.
carton 1, folder 13

Assembly Bill No. 246: DMV News License Plates 1967

Contents

Authorizes the Dept. of Motor Vehicles to issue special News license plates to any person regularly employed as a reporter.
carton 1, folder 14

Assembly Bill No. 268: Increased Rental Allowance (Aged) 1967

Contents

Provides increased housing allowances to Old Age Security recipients living alone and paying rent.
carton 1, folder 15

Assembly Bill No. 269: Social Welfare 1967

Contents

Directs the state Dept. of Social Welfare to publish quarterly newsletters for recipients of Old Age Security, Aid to Families with Dependent Children, and Aid to Disabled.
carton 1, folder 16

Assembly Bill No. 270: Information Center for Aged 1967

Contents

Authorizes the state Dept. of Social Welfare to allocate funds to private organizations which establish and maintain centers that provide information to older persons.
carton 1, folder 17

Assembly Bill No. 271: Pre- and Post-Retirement Programs 1967

Contents

Appropriates funds to be allocated by the California Commission on Aging to agencies for staff salaries and printing costs incurred in developing pre- and post-retirement programs.
carton 1, folder 18

Assembly Bill No. 390: Destruction of Court Records 1967

Contents

Authorizes clerks in counties with more than 650,000 residents to destroy superior court records of proceedings where no action has taken place in 30 years.
carton 1, folder 19

Assembly Bill No. 391: Destruction of Superior Court Records 1967

Contents

Authorizes county recorders to destroy originals of documents which were not claimed by the owners within 10 years and are undeliverable by mail.
carton 1, folder 20

Assembly Bill No. 478: No Acquisition of Property before Agreement to Close Streets 1967

Contents

Prohibits the acquistion of property by the Dept. of Public Works for freeways thorough a city or unincorporated county area until there is an agreement with the city or county to close city streets or county roads.
carton 1, folder 21

Assembly Bill No. 479: Office of Conservation Education 1967

Contents

Establishes the Office of Conservation Education in the Dept. of Education with the function of encouraging school districts to develop education opportunities in conservation, interpretation, and the use of natural resources.
carton 1, folder 22

Assembly Bill No. 480: Repeals Requirement of No Acquisition Before Master Plan 1967

Contents

Repeals requirement calling for adoption of a master plan before a county can acquire, develop or protect any beach for public use.
carton 1, folder 23

Assembly Bill No. 481: One-Cent Tax on Fuel 1967

Contents

Imposes a license tax of one-cent per gallon on motor vehicle fuel. Appropriates revenues from this tax to be used for conservation education and the acquistion and maintenance of park land.
carton 1, folder 24

Assembly Bill No. 482: Rebuttal on Necessary Use for Property Appropriation as Public Park 1967

Contents

Establishes a rebuttable presumpton that the most necessary public use for propoerty appropriated for public use as a park is such use.
carton 1, folder 25

Assembly Bill No. 483: Sale of Surplus Unimproved Land 1967

Contents

Requires state or local agencies disposing of surplus unimproved land in excess of three acres to offer land for sale to city and county Parks and Recreation depts. and other public entities for use in the public interest.
carton 1, folder 26

Assembly Bill No. 570: Unemployment Disability Benefits (Domestics) 1967

Contents

Makes employment in a private home, local college club, or local fraternity/sorority houses subject to unemployment disability insurance law if wages exceed $200 per quarter.
carton 1, folder 27

Assembly Bill No. 571: Unemployment Insurance (Domestics) 1967

Contents

Makes employment in a private home, local college club and local fraternity/sorority houses subject to unemployment insurance law if wages exceed $200 per quarter.
carton 1, folder 28

Assembly Bill No. 572: Discovery in Administrative Proceedings 1965-1967

Contents

Provides for discovery in any state agency adjudication proceedings and specifies what information is discoverable, prerequisites to the use of different types of discovery, manners of taking, and means of enforcement.
carton 1, folder 29

Assembly Bill No. 775: Property Tax Relief for Aged Persons Renting their Property 1966-1967

Contents

Enacts Senior Citizens' State Tax Assistance Law and establishes procedures to give tax credits to persons 65 and older of limited means and who rent their dwellings.
carton 1, folder 30

Assembly Bill No. 861: Juvenile Halls 1967

Contents

Requires the Director of Youth Authority to establish standards for probation duties and the operation and maintenance of juvenile halls. Adds an annual investigation of juvenile halls.
carton 1, folder 31

Assembly Bill No. 1280: Welfare Newsletter (Braille) 1967

Contents

Directs the State Dept. of Social Welfare to publish a quarterly newsletter in both braille and print, to be mailed to recipients of aid of the blind and aid to the potentially self-supporting blind.
carton 1, folder 32

Assembly Bill No. 1281: Interest on Judgements 1967

Contents

Makes interest in a tort case manatory and requires that it be computed from the date of the cause of action.
carton 1, folder 33

Assembly Bill No. 1282: Older Workers Discrimination 1967

Contents

Makes it unlawful for an employer to discriminate against an individual of any age, rather than just an individual between the ages of 40 and 64.
carton 1, folder 34

Assembly Bill No. 1283: Low Income Housing 1967

Contents

Provides for a grant-in-aid to nonprofit sponsors of low-income housing from the Department of Housing and Community Development.
carton 1, folder 35

Assembly Bill No. 1284: Personal Income Tax Deductions 1967

Scope and Contents

Allows a deduction for any expenses paid during a taxable year for ordinary maintenance of that portion of the property that the taxpayer occupies exlusively as his principal residence.
carton 1, folder 36

Assembly Bill No. 1285: First Division Kindergartens 1967

Scope and Contents

Authorizes the establishment and maintenance of first division kindergartens for children between the ages of three and four years nine months.
carton 1, folder 37

Assembly Bill No. 1286: Redevelopment (Advocacy Grants) 1967

Scope and Contents

Establishes a program, administered by the Department of Housing and Community Development, to provide grants to groups of people subject to redevelopment to hire independent planning staff to advocate for the interests of groups being affected.
carton 1, folder 38

Assembly Bill No. 1287: Junior College State Aid 1967

Contents

Deletes the exclusion of the average daily attendance of adults from the computations of foundation programs and basic state aid for junior colleges.
carton 1, folder 39

Assembly Bill No. 1389: Auto Insurance 1967

Scope and Contents

Requires that an insurer that determines it will not renew a policy must give written notice to its insured at least 20 days prior to the expiration of the policy.
carton 1, folder 40

Assembly Bill No. 1542: Junior College Districts 1967

Scope and Contents

Repeals Sections 25430 and 25430.5 of the Education Code. Deletes requirement that the State Board of Education submit copy of petition for formation of junior college to the Coordinating Council for High Education.
carton 1, folder 41

Assembly Bill No. 1561: Counsel in Criminal Cases 1967

Contents

Amends exisitng provision in regards to providing counsel to a person charged with a crime who is unable to employ cousel to include representation in a criminal trial, proceeding or appeal.
carton 1, folder 42

Assembly Bill No.1562: Teacher's Retirement 1967

Contents

Gives teachers, whose districts made contributions to an earlier retirement plan but which have now ceased, credit for service as a non-local-fund member.
carton 1, folder 43

Assembly Bill No.1857: Central Committee Members 1967 April 10

Contents

Increases the elected number of members from each assembly district on the county central committee from five to six.
carton 1, folder 44

Assembly Bill No.2133: Legislative Advocates 1967 April

Contents

Specifies which information included in an employer's written authorization employing legislative advocates must be filed with the assembly clerk. Suspends advocate's registration upon failure to file monthly reports and requires information related to advocates on candidate's campagin statement.
carton 1, folder 45

Assembly Bill No. 2494: Discrimination in Housing 1967 April

Contents

Makes it unlawful for a real estate broker, subdivider, developer, or builder to discriminate in housing.
carton 1, folder 46

Assembly Bill No. 2495: Physicians 1966-1967

Contents

Allows persons with specified requirements to take the oral examination and receive a physician's and surgeon's certificate upon successful passage.
carton 1, folder 47

Assembly Bill No.2496: Fair Employment Practices 1967 April

Contents

Makes a technical, nonsubstantive change in language in Section 1410 of the Labor Code relating to fair employment practice.
carton 1, folder 48

Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 26: Park Acquistion Gas Tax Revenue 1967 January-February

Contents

Specifies that revenues derived from the Park Acquistion Gas Tax Law shall be used for the acquistion, development, and maintenance of public parks.
carton 1, folder 49

House Resolution No. 50: Adult Education 1967 January

Contents

Requests local school boards to review educational resources in terms of providing better facilities and teaching methods to serve adults.
carton 1, folder 50

House Resolution No. [no # indicated]: Creation of a "Northern Counties Conservation and Development Commission" 1967 February

Contents

Resolves that the State Legislature study the creation of a Northern Counties Conservation and Development Commission.
carton 1, folder 51

House Resolution No. 73: Janet Aitken 1967 December 8

Contents

Commends Janet Aitken for her outstanding contributions to the legal profession and congratulates her on her appointment to Municipal Court Judge.
carton 1, folder 52

House Resolution No. 81: Reverend George L. Bedford 1967 December 8

Contents

Congratulates Rev. Bedford on the 10th anniversary of his pastorship and his contributions to the community.
carton 1, folder 53

House Resolution No. 164: Uninsured Motorist Coverage for Non-Drivers and Non-Owners 1967 March

Contents

Urges insurance companies to study the feasibility of establishing a fund to be used to purchase uninsured motorist coverage for persons who are neither drivers nor owners of automobiles.
carton 1, folder 54

House Resolution No. 575: Lt. Dante Andreotti 1967

Contents

Biographical statement on Lt. Dante R Andreotti and news clipping.
carton 1, folder 55

House Resolution No. 567: Auto Insurance 1967

Contents

Resolves that a committee be assigned to study practices of the automobile insurance industry and report findings to the assembly.
carton 1, folder 56

House Resolution No. 592: First Division Kindergartens 1967 August

Contents

Calls for a study of the establishment and maintenance by school districts of first division kindergartens.
carton 1, folder 57

Assembly Bill No. 563: Attorneys' Fees 1968-1969

Contents

Declares that incurred contractual attorney fees shall be awarded to one party and the prevailing party, whether specified in the contract or not, shall be entitled to reasonable attorney fees.
carton 1, folder 59

Assembly Bill No. 565: Election Registration Information 1968

Contents

Provides that counties with populations of 5 million or more make copies of registrations affidavits kept on tabulating cards or electronic tape available to county central committees before the primary and general election.
carton 1, folder 58

Assembly Bill No. 564: Adoptions 1968

Contents

Requires the State Dept. of Social Welare act as a county adoption agency where none exists, except in counties contracting with an adjacent county for such services.
carton 1, Folder 60

Assembly Bill No. 566: Purchase of Drugs by Generic Name 1965, 1967, 1968

Contents

Requires all drug purchases by any state agency be by generic name. Requires that any prescription made by an employee of any state agency be by generic name.
carton 1, folder 61

Assembly Bill No. 567: Juvenile Halls 1968

Contents

Requires superior court judge and the Youth Authority to inspect juvenile halls, jails and lockups annually for suitability of confinement for minors and prohibits confinement of same until facilities are made suitable.
carton 1, folder 62

Assembly Bill No. 568: Auxiliary Organizations Education Code 1968 February-May

Contents

Authorizes trust funds for state college auxiliary organizations to be used for personal loans of a nonscholarship nature to students to continue their education.
carton 1, folder 63

Assembly Bill No. 569: Minimum Wages and Maximum Hours 1968 January-March

Contents

Establishes a minimum wage of $2 per hour and maximum 35-hour workweek for all public and private employees.
carton 1, folder 64

Assembly Bill No. 570: Public School Employee Organization 1968 January-March

Contents

Provides that any public school employer or governing board shall negotitate in good faith with representatives of employee organizations.
carton 1, folder 65

Assembly Bill No. 771: Rebuttable Presumption 1968

Contents

Establishes a rebuttable presumption that the most necessary public use for property appropriated for public use as a public park is such use.
carton 1, folder 66

Assembly Bill No. 772 1968

Contents

Requires any state or local agency disposing of surplus unimproved land which is capble of park or recreation development offer such land to sale to city and county parks and recreation departments, unless land is being held for purpsoe of exchange.
carton 1, folder 67

Assembly Bill No. 773: Master Plan: Beach Acquisition 1968 January-May

Contents

Repeals the requirement that any acquistion, development or protection of beaches for public use must be preceeded by that county having adopted a master plan.
carton 1, folder 68

Assembly Bill No. 774: Conservation Education Service 1968

Contents

Establishes a Conservation Education Service in the Dept. of Education with the function of encouraging school districts to develop educational opportunities in relation to conservation, interpretation, and use of natural resources.
carton 1, folder 69

Assembly Bill No. 778: Motor Vehicles 1968

Contents

Prohibits the Department of Motor Vehicles from sellling any information concerning vehicle registration or drivers' licenses.
carton 1, Folder 70

Assembly Bill No. 877: Sport Fishing 1968

Contents

Provides for the issuance of a free sport fishing license for state residents over the age of 65.
carton 1, folder 71

Assembly Bill No. 878: State Assistance for Senior Citizens 1967-1968

Contents

Enacts the Senior Citizens' State Income Tax Assistance Law. Establishes procedures for the Franchise Tax Board to pay funds or give tax credits for persons 65 and over of limited income and who rent their dwelling.
carton 1, Folder 72

Assembly Bill No. 879: Dept. of Social Welfare Bulletin and Appropriations 1967-1968

Contents

Requires the State Dept. of Social Welfare to publish for one year a quarterly bulletin for recipients of Old Age Security, Aid to Families with Dependent Children and Aid to the Disabled containing information on services and grants available to them. Appropriates $7,500 for such purposes.
carton 1, Folder 73

Assembly Bill No. 880: Dept. of Social Welfare Newsletter 1968

Contents

Directs the State Dept. of Social Welfare to publish a quarterly newsletter in both braille and print, and mail to recipients of Aid to the Blind.
carton 1, folder 74

Assembly Bill No. 881: Room and Board Minimum Need Allowance for Aged 1968

Contents

Proposes that the Director of Social Welfare increase aid to the aged by $32 per month for room and board.
carton 1, folder 75

Assembly Bill No. 1414: Medicine Reciprocity Certificate 1968

Contents

Prohibits the Board of Medical Examiners from rejecting an application for a reciprocity physicians and surgeons certificate solely on the basis that the licensing authority permitted the applicant to take the basic science exam given by the National Board of Medical Examiners as a part of that state's qualifying exam.
carton 1, folder 76

Assembly Bill No. 1448: Business and Professions 1968

Contents

Changes the name of the Department of Professional and Vocational Standard to the Department of Licensing.
carton 1, Folder 77

Assembly Bill No. 1449: Renewal Date - Licenses 1968

Contents

Provides that the Director of the Dept. of Professional and Vocational Standards may establish license periods and renewal dates to best distribute renewal work throughout the year. Provides for the prorating of fees.
carton 1, folder 78

Assembly Bill No. 1450: Licensees Directory 1968

Contents

Requires boards within the Dept. of Professional and Vocational Standards to cooperate with the Director in determinging form, time and price of directory of certificate licensees.
carton 1, folder 79

Assembly Bill No. 1451: Juvenile Justice Commission 1968

Contents

Requires that boards of supervisors, rather than juvenile court judges, appoint and swear in members of juvenile justice commissions
carton 1, folder 80

Assembly Bill No. 1932: Structural Pest Control 1968

Contents

Specifies terminology and meaning. Defines "termite or wood-destroying pests or organisms inspection" to mean an inspection of a structure by a properly licensed operator.
carton 1, folder 81

Assembly Bill No. 1933: Structural Pest Control 1968

Contents

Requires a subcontractor to render an inspection and report if the pest control work requires a branch 3 license. Prohibits licensee from rendering an estimate until an inspection has been made.
carton 1, folder 82

Assembly Bill No. 1935: Insurance 1968

Contents

Requires that if a person injured in an automobile accident and neither he nor the responsible party has insurance and the insurance compnay is judged insolvent then the aggrieved party shall file claim with the Insurance Commissioner who shall review the claim and determine validity and shall establish pro rate share to be contributed by all carriers.
carton 1, Folder 83

Assembly Bill No. 1937: Bail 1968

Contents

Makes technical changes to Section 1276 of the Penal Code, defines the term "magistrate."
carton 1, folder 84

Assembly Bill No. 1938: Stolen Property 1968

Contents

Permits the district attorney or grand jury in a crime involving stolen property not exeeding $200 in value to specify that the offense is a misdemeanor punishable only by imprisonment in a county jail.
carton 1, folder 85

Assembly Bill No. 1939: Narcotics - Penalites 1968

Contents

Makes nonsubstantive change to language in Section 11718 of the Health and Safety Code.
carton 1, folder 86

Assembly Bill No. 1940: Older Workers Discrimination 1968

Contents

Prohibits age discrimination applicable to employers of one or more employees rather than six or more. Makes it unlawful to take certain actions with respect to individuals of any age rather than those between the ages of 40 and 64.
carton 1, folder 87

Assembly Bill No. 1941: Insurance Rates 1968 April

Contents

Provides that no rate for any insurance policy in which Chapter 9 applies shall be judged fair unless the profits achieved from all sources are included in the calculations.
carton 1, folder 88

Assembly Bill No. 1942:Children's Entertainment 1968 April

Contents

Declares it state public policy to encourage the development and offering of enterainment suitable for children.
carton 1, folder 89

Assembly Bill No. 1943: Bail on Appeal 1968

Contents

Provides that an order admitting a defendent to bail upon appeal may be made by any magistrate or judge having the power to issue a writ of habeas corpus.
carton 1, folder 90

Assembly Bill No. 1944: Families with Dependent Children 1967-1968

Contents

Provides for Aid to Families with Dependent Children on the basis of the inadequate earnings of a parent or parents. Defines "inadequate earnings" as those from full-time employment, which when added to other income are below the amount set by the Dept. of Social Welfare as the minimum basic standard.
carton 1, folder 91

Assembly Bill No. 1945: S.F. Port Authority 1968

Contents

Authorizes S.F. Port Authority to provide supplemental pensions or annuities for its employees covered by the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937.
carton 1, folder 92

Assembly Bill No. 1946: Material Witnesses in Criminal Cases 1968

Contents

Makes technical change in provision requiring material witnesses in criminal cases to give written undertakings that they will appear and testify.
carton 1, folder 93

Assembly Bill No. 2080: Public Schools Financial Support 1968

Contents

Enacts the Municipal Overburden Allowance and Property Tax Relief Act of 1968. Requires Superintendent of Public Instruction to compute allowances to unified school districts with an ADA in the current fiscal year of 20,000 or more students.
carton 1, folder 94

House Resolution No. 38: 1968 As Human Rights Year 1968

Contents

Proclaims 1968 as Human Rights Year and calls upon California citizens to deepen their commitment to the defense of human rights.
carton 1, folder 95

House Resolution No. 59: Foreclosure of Home Loans 1968 January-February

Contents

Urges the Dept. of Veterans Affairs to forego cancelling contracts of persons purchasing homes under the Veterans' Farm and Home Purchase Act of 1943. Urges private lenders to forego foreclosing on loans where the cause of nonpayment is a catastrophic event.
carton 1, folder 96

House Resolution No. 181: Joseph Diviny 1968 March 18

Contents

Congratulates Joseph Diviny for his long and outstanding career of dedicated service to his community and organized labor.
carton 1, folder 97

House Resolution No. 223: Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 1968 April 5

Contents

Resolves that Assembly members join with the rest of the Nation in mourning the death of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr on this day.
carton 1, folder 98

House Resolution No. 234: Black Studies Curriculum 1968

Contents

Urges the State Department of Education, public school districts, and California colleges and universities to design and adopt Black Studies Programs and curricula.
carton 1, folder 99

Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 24: Japan World Expo 1970 1967-1968

Contents

Creates a Joint Committe on the 1970 Japanese World Exposition to consider action relative to having a California exhibit at the event.
carton 2, folder 1

Assembly Bill No. 483: In-Home Services for Needy Disabled 1969

Contents

Requires that services for the needy disabled be paid by the department to the provider of such services rather to than to the recipient.
carton 2, folder 2

Assembly Bill No. 484: Aid to Families with Inadequate Earnings 1968-1969

Contents

Provides for aid to families with dependent children on the basis of the inadquate earnings of a parent or parents.
carton 2, folder 3

Assembly Bill No. 485: Social Welfare Newsletter 1969

Contents

Directs the State Department of Social Welfare to publish a quarterly newsletter in both braille and print, and mail it to recipients of Aid to the Blind.
carton 2, folder 4

Assembly Bill No. 486: Social Welfare Newsletter 1969

Contents

Requires the Department of Social Welfare to publish a quarterly bulletin containing information on eligibility and limitations of financial assistance and services in the Old Age Security, Aid to the Needy Disabled and Aid to Families with Dependent Children. Appropriates $7,500 for such.
carton 2, folder 5

Assembly Bill No. 487: Older Workers Discrimination 1969

Contents

Makes law prohibiting discrimination in employment on account of age applicable to employers of one or more employees rather than six or more.
carton 2, folder 6

Assembly Bill No. 488: Increased Minimum Aid Allowance for Aged 1969

Contents

Appropriates $250,000 to the California State Education Agency for Surplus Property to cover costs of handling and distributing commodities to county welfare departments for their distribution to needy persons.
carton 2, folder 7

Assembly Bill No. 489: Property Tax Relief for Aged on Fixed Income 1969

Contents

Enacts Senior Citizens' State Income Tax Assistance Law.
carton 2, folder 8

Assembly Bill No. 577: Voter Registration Information 1969

Contents

Requires county clerks to submit voter registration information to county central committee instead of only to voters party.
carton 2, folder 9

Assembly Bill No. 578: Eminent Domain 1969

Contents

Provides for conclusive presumption that property used for public park purposes has been appropriated for the most necessary public use.
carton 2, folder 10

Assembly Bill No. 579: Public Schools Financial Support 1969

Contents

Enacts The Municipal Overburden Allowance and Property Tax Relief Act of 1969 and requires Superintendent of Public Instruction to compute allowances to unifed school districts with an ADA of 20,000 pupils.
carton 2, folder 11

Assembly Bill No. 580: Fair Labor Standard Act 1969

Contents

Establishes minimum wage of $2.25 per hour and maximum 35-hour workweek for all public and private employees and provides for over-time pay of twice regular rate.
carton 2, folder 12

Assembly Bill No. 581: State College Employees 1969

Contents

Provides that provision for automatic resignation of state college employee when absent for five consecutive days is not applicate if absence is due to a labor dispute.
carton 2, folder 13

Assembly Bill No. 582: Registration of Voters 1969

Contents

Allows general voter registration to continue up to 20 days rather than 53 days immediately preceding an election. Permits late voter registration up to 5 days preceeding an election.
carton 2, folder 14

Assembly Bill No. 583: Registration of Voters 1969

Contents

Allows for voter registration at all times except during the 30 days preceding an election. Defines late registration period and requires county clerks to furnish election officers with names of late registrants.
carton 2, folder 15

Assembly Bill No. 655: Juvenile Courts Degree of Proof 1969

Contents

Increases the standard of proof in juvenile court to "clear and convincing evidence" rather than "a preponderance of evidence."
carton 2, folder 16

Assembly Bill No. 656: Juvenile Courts D.A. Investigation 1969

Contents

Revises existing juvenile law relating to prosecution of juveniles charged with criminal offense. The D.A., rather than the probation officer, may initiate proceedings to declare minor a ward of the court because of violation of law.
carton 2, folder 17

Assembly Bill No. 657: Juvenile Court to Appoint Counsel 1969

Contents

Provides that the court must appoint counsel in Welfare and Institution Code 601 or 602 cases if the minor appears without counsel.
carton 2, folder 18

Assembly Bill No. 658: Juvenile Halls Youth Authority and Social Welfare to Adopt Standards 1969

Contents

Requires Youth Authority and state department of Social Welfare to adopt standards governing confinement of minors in juvenile halls.
carton 2, folder 19

Assembly Bill No. 659: Juvenile Justice Commission 1969

Contents

Requires presiding superior court judge rather than prescribed juvenile court judge only to appoint members of juvenile justice commissions.
carton 2, folder 20

Assembly Bill No. 698: Martin Luther King Jr. Day 1969

Contents

Designates January 15th of each year as Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
carton 2, folder 21

Assembly Bill No. 804: Cemetery Licensing Boards 1969

Contents

Increases the number of members on the State Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers from six to nine.
carton 2, folder 22

Assembly Bill No. 876: Vocation Nurse Examinations 1969

Contents

Provides that any person possessing either the education or the experience, or any combination of both, is eligible for licensure provided they pass the licensing examination.
carton 2, folder 23

Assembly Bill No. 877: Credit for Registered Nurses 1969

Contents

Amends existing law relating to application for licensing.
carton 2, folder 24

Assembly Bill No. 878: Credit for Vocational Nurses 1969

Contents

Provides that the Board of Vocational Nurse and Psychiatric Technician Examiners deny accredidation application to any nursing school which fails to give student applicants credit in the field of nursing for previous experience.
carton 2, folder 25

Assembly Bill No. 890: Embalmers 1969

Contents

Eliminates the requirement that a qualified out-of-state embalmer applying for a California embalmer license must serve a one year apprenticeship.
carton 2, folder 26

Assembly Bill No. 904: Probation and Parole Revocation 1969

Contents

Requires court to determine whether to revoke probation when probation is brought before court. Deletes authorization of Adult Authority, California Women's Board of Terms amd Parole and California Youth Authority to suspend or revoke parole without notice.
carton 2, folder 27

Assembly Bill No. 923: Probation Reports 1969

Contents

Provides that probation reports must be made avilable to the court, the prosecuting attorney and the defendant or his counsel at least 5 days prior to sentencing.
carton 2, folder 28

Assembly Bill No. 924: Probation and Parole Revocation 1969

Contents

Requires court in probation violations to determine whether to revoke probation. Probationee much be given written notice of such hearing. Delates authorization of Adult Authority, California Women's Board of Terms and Parole to revoke parole without notice.
carton 2, folder 29

Assembly Bill No. 925: Revocation of Paroles by Governor 1969

Contents

Eliminates statutory provision empowering Governor to revoke parole of any prisoner.
carton 2, folder 30

Assembly Bill No. 926: Probation and Parole Revocation 1969

Contents

Provides that parole can be suspended or revoked only upon a direct showing that parolee has violated a written condition of his parole.
carton 2, folder 31

Assembly Bill No. 940: Terms of Imprisonment 1969

Contents

Requires the Adult Authority and the Women's Board of Terms and Parole to determine length of confinement not later than the fifth year of imprisonment for life sentences and not later than the third year for all others. Requires same for Youth Authority, no later than the third year.
carton 2, folder 32

Assembly Bill No. 1017: Education Transportation Nurseries and preschools 1969

Contents

Provides that parents or guardians of children in district preschools, and state funded-child centers and parent cooperatives, may ride with child on transportation provided by district.
carton 2, folder 33

Assembly Bill No. 1105: Property Taxation 1969

Contents

Permits taxpayer to bring action to review determination with respect to equalizing the assessment of property on assessment rolls.
carton 2, folder 34

Assembly Bill No. 1106: Basic Health Care 1969

Contents

Permits pharmacist to provide a similar drug to people under Medi-Cal if his professional judgement deems it appropriate.
carton 2, folder 35

Assembly Bill No. 1107: Bail on Appeal 1969

Contents

Makes various provisions for the release of a defendent who has appealed a conviction not punishable by death.
carton 2, folder 36

Assembly Bill No. 1396: Insurance Rates 1969

Contents

Provides that no insurance rate shall be judged fair unless the profits from all sources are including in the calculations.
carton 2, folder 37

Assembly Bill No. 1397: Insurance 1969

Contents

Provides that if both a person injured in an automobile accident and the responsible party is without insurance and an insurance company is judged to be insolvent by a court then the aggrieved party shall file claim with the Insurance Commissioner.
carton 2, folder 38

Assembly Bill No. 1398: Uninsured Motorists 1969

Contents

Provides that any arbitration award shall not be conclusive in proceedings between insured, insurer, legal representative or heirs and the uninsured motorist to recover damages arising out of accident upon which award is based.
carton 2, folder 39

Assembly Bill No. 1399: Automobile Insurance Nonrenewal 1969

Contents

Eliminates requirement that automobile insurer notify insured for reason for nonrenewal following termination after insurer has notified insured of intent to not renew.
carton 2, folder 40

Assembly Bill No. 2142: Public School Employee Organizations 1969

Contents

Authorizes local governing boards to hold elections to determine which employee organization shall designate representatives to serve on negotiating council.
carton 2, folder 41

Assembly Bill No. 2143: Public Assistance 1969

Contents

Provides for cost-of-living increase in the allowance made to aid to dependent children recipients.
carton 2, folder 42

Assembly Bill No. 2144: Auto Insurance Premium Rates 1969

Contents

Prohibits increasing premium rates on private passenger insurance for reasons such as arrest or conviction of insured while operating a motor vehicle during hours of employment.
carton 2, folder 43

Assembly Bill No. 2145: Detention of Minors 1969

Contents

Brings the standards for juvenile misdemeanor arrests into conformity with adult misdemeanor standards.
carton 2, folder 44

Assembly Bill No. 2146: Campaign Publications 1969

Contents

Makes it a felony to publish campaign statement in opposition of a candidate without including information on the candidate it purports to represent.
carton 2, folder 45

Assembly Bill No. 2147: California State Colleges

Contents

Makes it state policy that state college academic employees shall have the opportunity to select a collective negotiation agenda by majority vote.
carton 2, folder 46

Assembly Bill No. 2148: New Communities Development 1969

Contents

Creates the Housing and New Communitiees Development Agency to encourage development.
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Assembly Bill No. 2149: Housing and Community Development 1969 April

Contents

Makes technical nonsubstantive changes in provision relating to Department of Housing and Community Development.
carton 2, folder 48

Assembly Bill No. 2150: Rent Control 1969

Contents

Creates the State Department of Rent Control as part of the Health and Welfare Agency.
carton 2, folder 49

Assembly Bill No. 2151: San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit 1969

Contents

Mandates the BART board of directors to call for a public vote to determine alternative financing for the San Francisco BART district.
carton 2, folder 50

Assembly Bill No. 2152: Surplus Land 1969

Contents

Authorizes the state to purchase all available surplus land within state boundries.
carton 2, folder 51

Assembly Bill No. 2154: Housing and Redevelopment 1969

Contents

Creates the Urban Development Guarantee Agency to assist financing of certain small business and housing developments.
carton 2, folder 52

Assembly Bill No. 2155: Conservation 1969

Contents

Makes technical, nonsubstantive changes to Section 601 of the Public Resources Code.
carton 2, folder 53

Assembly Bill No. 2156: Criminal Law 1969

Contents

Establishes procedure for suspension and resumption of criminal trial and medical consultation when the judge finds the defendent lacking self-control because of drug use.
carton 2, folder 54

Assembly Bill No. 2157: Criminal Law 1969

Contents

Provides for expungement of arrest and detention records on request in cases where there is a failure to bring to trial, dismissal, or acquittal
carton 2, folder 55

Assembly Bill No. 2158: Criminal Law 1969

Contents

Makes technical, nonsubstantive change to Section 1319.2 of Penal Code.
carton 2, folder 56

Assembly Bill No. 2159: Award in Eminent Domain 1969

Contents

Amends Section 1248 of Code of Civil Procedure relating to fair market value of specific condemned properties.
carton 2, folder 57

Assembly Bill No. 2160: Administration of Justice 1969

Contents

Requires one department of municipal court to be in session at all hours every day for cities and counties having population over 250,000.
carton 2, folder 58

Assembly Bill No. 2161: Criminal Records 1969

Contents

Provides that convicted persons who have fulfilled the conditions of his probation shall be permitted to withdraw his plea of guilty and enter a not guilty plea.
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Assembly Bill No. 2162: Criminal Records 1969

Contents

Provides for the destruction of records relating to criminal conviction after seven years have elasped from date of conviction providing the defendant has complied with all the terms and conditions of his sentence.
carton 2, folder 60

Assembly Bill No. 2329: Property Tax Exemptions 1969

Contents

Permits welfare recipients to qualify for homeowners' propoerty tax exemption.
carton 2, folder 61

Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 33: Property Taxation 1969

Contents

Permits taxpayers to bring action to review determination of governing bodies regarding equalization of property assessments.
carton 2, folder 62

Assembly Joint Resolution No. 51: Biafran Conflict 1969 May

Contents

Urges the President and U.S. Congress to take initiative in exercising efforts to bring about a cease-fire in Nigeria and to extend aid to the people of Biafra.
carton 2, folder 63

House Resolution No. 47: Donald Cleary 1969 January 14

Contents

Mourns the passing of legislative aide Donald W. Cleary and expresses appreciation for his work.
carton 2, folder 64

House Resolution No. 82: San Francisco Adult Literacy Center 1969 January 31

Contents

Commends the S.F. Adult Literacy Center and the devotion of its staff.
carton 2, folder 65

House Resolution No. 192: Parks Job Corps Center 1969 April 14

Contents

Congratulates the Parks Job Corps Center of Pleasanton on their fourth anniversary.
carton 2, folder 66

House Resolution No. 358: Dental Fees 1969 July 8

Contents

Instructs the Assembly Committee on Rules to study dental fee regulation and practices.
carton 2, folder 67

House Resolution No. 359: Relating to Urban Problems and the University of California 1969 June 27

Contents

Requests the University of California to study research capabilities and delivery systems relating to research in modern urban life with the object being to assist families and individuals.
carton 2, folder 68

Rules Committee Resolution: Thomatra N. "Scotty" Scott 1969 July 28

Contents

Commends Thomatra N. "Scotty" Scott for his outstanding services to his community.
carton 2, folder 69

Assembly Bill No. 210: Child Care Facilities 1970

Contents

Requires the Department of Social Welfare to adopt standards for group care of children under two years of age.
carton 2, folder 70

Assembly Bill No. 211: Black American Day (Martin Luther King, Jr.) 1970

Contents

Designates January 15th, Martin Luther King, Jr's birthday, of each year as Black American Day.
carton 2, folder 71

Assembly Bill No. 273: Probation Officers 1970

Contents

Permits the board of supersivors of any county consolidated with a city to hire a chief adult probation officer who does not meet the state and county residency requirement of existing law.
carton 2, folder 72

Assembly Bill No. 274: Automobile Insurance 1970

Contents

Eliminates requirement that insurer notify insured of reason for nonrenewal following termination of policy notification.
carton 2, folder 73

Assembly Bill No. 275: Registration of Voters 1970

Contents

Provides procedure for late registration after the close of regular registration for any statewide general or special election to fill a vacancy in the U.S. Congress or Legislature.
carton 2, folder 74

Assembly Bill No. 276: Vocational Nurses (U.S. Citizenship) 1969-1970

Contents

Eliminates requirement that applicant for vocational nurse license be a U.S. citizen or have indicated intentions to become one.
carton 2, folder 75

Assembly Bill No. 277: Eminent Domain 1970

Contents

Eliminates the four million population prerequisite for compensation to property owners and excludes relocation assistance to property owners.
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Assembly Bill No. 278: Property Taxation 1969-1970

Contents

Permits taxpayer to bring action to review the determination of a county property assessment appeals body. Also provides for a trial de novo on all questions of fact.
carton 2, folder 77

Assembly Bill No. 279: State College Employees 1969-1970

Contents

Provides that automatic resignation of state college employees absent for five consecutive working days is not applicatable if absence is due to a labor dispute.
carton 2, folder 78

Assembly Bill No. 280: Social Welfare Bulletin 1969-1970

Contents

Establishes a pilot program in two counties for the State Department of Social Welfare to publish a quarterly newsletter for aid recipients.
carton 2, folder 79

Assembly Bill No. 281: Discrimination of Older Workers 1969-1970

Contents

Makes law prohibiting discrimination in employment on account of age applicable to employers of one or more employees rather than six or more.
carton 2, folder 80

Assembly Bill No. 282: Public Assistance 1969-1970

Contents

Provides for aid to families with dependent children on the basis of the inadequate earnings of a parent or parents. Defines "inadequate earnings" as those from full-time employment which, when added to other income, are below the minimum standard set by the State Department of Social Welfare.
carton 2, folder 81

Assembly Bill No. 350: Lease-Purchase Agents 1970

Contents

Establishes the Lease-Purchase Commission to provide statewide regulation of lease-purchase agreements by agencies to protect the interests of taxpayers against indebtedness or liability.
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Assembly Bill No. 431: Aid to Senior Citizens 1969-1970

Contents

Enacts the Senior Citizens' Rent Assistance Law whereby the Franchise Tax Board reimburses senior citizens aged 62 years and older for a percentage of their rent.
carton 2, folder 83

Assembly Bill No. 432: School Transportation 1970

Contents

Provides that parents of children in district preschool programs may ride with their child on transportation provided by the district. Increases the statewide ADA to be allocated for transportation from $4.40 to $4.60.
carton 2, folder 84

Assembly Bill No. 554: State Documents (Spanish, Chinese Translations) 1970

Contents

Requires all forms, form letters, and circulars used by the Department of Human Resources Development in communicating with the public to be printed in English and contain a Spanish and Chinese translation.
carton 2, folder 85

Assembly Bill No. 555: Eminent Domain (Park Lands) 1970

Contents

Provides that property appropriated for specific public use is a conclusive, rather than rebuttable, presumption of its having been appropriated for the best and most necessary use.
carton 2, folder 86

Assembly Bill No. 588: Automobile Insurance Fund 1970

Contents

Establishes State Automobile Accident Liability Fund within the Department of Insurance to offer accident liability insurance to residents
carton 2, folder 87

Assembly Bill No. 641: Bay Area Air Pollution Control District 1970, 1972

Contents

Changes the governing body of Bay Area Air Pollution Control District from an appointed board to an elected board on January 1, 1973.
carton 2, folder 88

Assembly Bill No. 642: Bay Area Air Pollution Control Advisory Council (Membership) 1970

Contents

Revises the membership of the Bay Area Air Pollution Control Advisory Council to include representatives from public health agencies, conservationists, students, park district and park commissions, and mass transit agencies.
carton 2, folder 89

Assembly Bill No. 701: Sexual Offenses 1969-1970

Contents

Repeals state laws by removing criminal sanctions against certain private sexual conduct and relationships between persons of prescribed ages.
carton 2, folder 90

Assembly Bill No. 743: Sexual Offenses 1970

Contents

Removes criminal sanctions against certain private sexual conduct and relationshps between persons of prescribed ages.
carton 2, folder 91

Assembly Bill No. 775: Minimum Wages 1970

Contents

Establishes minimum wage of $2.25 per hour and maximum 35-hour workweek for all public and private employees and provides for overtime payment of twice the regular rate.
carton 2, folder 92

Assembly Bill No. 776: Vocational Nursing - Armed Services 1970

Contents

Reduces the active duty requirement for corpsman who wish to take the LVN examination from 34 to 24 months.
carton 2, folder 93

Assembly Bill No. 777: Unemployment Insurance Benefits 1970

Contents

Limits maximum disqualification for failure to report a material fact to obtain unemployment benefits from 10 weeks to 2 weeks.
carton 2, folder 94

Assembly Bill No. 791: Terms of Confinement 1970

Contents

Requires Adult Authority to fix the term of imprisonment not later than expiration of 12th month of imprisonment when the mimimum term is less than five years, and not later than the 30th month for other cases. Requires the Youth Authority to fix the term of commitment to California Youth Authority no later than the end of the third year of confinement.
carton 2, folder 95

Assembly Bill No. 792: Criminal Records Destruction 1970

Contents

Provides for destruction of criminal records after 7 years have elasped since the date of conviction and if the probation officer has no objections.
carton 2, folder 96

Assembly Bill No. 793: Probation and Parole Revocation 1970

Contents

Establishes that at any time during the probationary period of a person any probation or peace officer may, without warrant, rearrest said person and bring him before the court to revoke or terminate probation.
carton 2, Folder 97

Assembly Bill No. 794: Probation and Parole Violations 1970

Contents

Deletes authorization of Adult Authority, California Women's Board of Terms and Parole, and California Youth Authority to suspend or revoke parole without notice and deletes authorization to cancel parole.
carton 2, folder 98

Assembly Bill No. 808: Administrative Tenure 1969-1970

Contents

Prohibits certified school personnel from achieving permanent status in an administrative position.
carton 2, folder 99

Assembly Bill No. 860: Insurance Contractors' Bonds 1970

Contents

Creates a Contractors' Bond Fund within the State Treasury that provides for payment of obligations incurred on bonds. Requires Department of Housing and Community Development to issue bond to contractor denied required surety because of racial prejudice or bias.
carton 2, Folder 100

Assembly Bill No. 861: Housing Resources Grants 1969-1970

Contents

Authorizes Department of Housing and Community Development to make housing resource grants to cities and counties that agree to comply with the housing element of their general plan, to inventory all housing, to develop low- and middle-income housing programs, and to establish a local office of housing resources.
carton 2, folder 101

Assembly Bill No. 862: Veterans Cal-Vet Purchases 1970

Contents

Specifies that no new loans may be made under the present Cal-Vet provisions after June 30, 1971. Establishes a new Veterans' Farm and Home Purchase Act for loans made on or after July 1, 1971
carton 2, folder 102

Assembly Bill No. 918: Division of the State of California 1969-1970

Contents

Establishes a Commission on the Division of the State for the purpose of assisting the Governor and Legislagture in considering such division. Provides for membership, powers and duties thereof.
carton 3, folder 1

Assembly Bill No. 1006: Special Education Allowances 1970

Contents

Requires Superintendent of Public Instruction to grant allowances to schools for mentally disabled minors who have been in special day classes but when retested are determined to have capacity for regular school enrollment. Requires the Superintendent to make an annual report of these pupils academic progress.
carton 3, folder 2

Assembly Bill No. 1007: Hiring of Real Property 1970

Contents

Declares that when a lessor of premises enters into a rental agreement that is an implied convenant making the receipt of rent dependent upon the lessor maintaining the premises in "tenantable condition."
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Assembly Bill No. 1028: Alcoholic Beverages Minor Musicians 1970

Contents

Permits employment of persons 18 to 21 years of age as musicians in premises selling and serving alcoholic beverages. Restricts area of employment as limited to portion of premises used exclusively by entertainers and no alcohol can be sold, served or consumed in that area.
carton 3, folder 4

Assembly Bill No. 1097: Detention of Minors Without Arrest Warrants 1970

Contents

Provides that an officer can take a minor into custody for a misdemeanor only if the misdemeanor was committed in his presence as opposed to having reasonable cause to believe a crime has been committed.
carton 3, folder 5

Assembly Bill No. 1098: Determination of Statements Juvenile Court 1970

Contents

Provides that juvenile court judges shall be notified within one day of request for counsel and such counsel will be immediately appointed. Provides that a minor taken into temporary custody shall be immediately released to parents, guardian or responsible relative.
carton 3, folder 6

Assembly Bill No. 1099: Orders to Detain a Minor 1970

Contents

Extends the current criteria for detaining a minor from just the period before a juvenile hearing to include the period between the hearing and the time the court disposes of a case.
carton 3, folder 7

Assembly Bill No. 1100: Detention During Continuance of Hearing - Minor 1970

Contents

Provides that a minor shall not be detained during continuance of a hearing unless court finds specific grounds exist for detention, and establishes a procedure to determine if such grounds exist.
carton 3, folder 8

Assembly Bill No. 1101: Juvenile Court Appeals Remaining at Liberty 1970

Contents

Provides the court discretion to leave a minor at liberty pending an appeal when it feels doing so will protect the best interests of the minor and the community and will insure the minor's cooperation.
carton 3, folder 9

Assembly Bill No. 1102: Detention and Dismissals (Juvenile) 1970

Contents

Prohibits probation officer from asking for continuance of hearing in any case in which the minor is detained. Requires release on reasonable bail or own recognizance when hearing is continued. Requires dismissal with prejudice in any case in which hearing does not happen within five judicial days of petition.
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Assembly Bill No. 1103: Juvenile Appointment of Counsel 1970

Contents

Requires that court appoint counsel at a detention of Jurisdictional hearing in 601 and 602 cases if the minor appears without counsel whether or not he is able to afford counsel. The court shall appoint counsel at the expense of the parent or guardian.
carton 3, folder 11

Assembly Bill No. 1104: Basis for Juvenile Court Jurisdiction 1970

Contents

Provides one of the basis upon which a juvenile court can take jurisdiction over a minor who is leading an idle, dissolute, lewd, or immoral life rather then that he be in danger of doing so.
carton 3, folder 12

Assembly Bill No. 1105: Juvenile Courts Degree of Proof 1970

Contents

Increases the standard of proof to "beyond a reasonable doubt" in a juvenile hearing on a 602 peitition, rather than a preponderance of the evidence.
carton 3, folder 13

Assembly Bill No. 1106: Juvenile Courts Probation Officer's Role 1970

Contents

Creates a special court unit within the probation department with sole responsibility for handling 620 (criminal) cases
carton 3, Folder 14

Assembly Bill No. 1107: Sealing of Criminal Records 1970

Contents

Provides that the conviction, arrest and other proceeding of a person convicted of a misdemeanor and released from penalties shall be deemed not to have occurred. Provides that conviction records of persons under 21 may be sealed upon his petition under certain circumstances.
carton 3, Folder 15

Assembly Bill No. 1108: Sealing of Records 1970

Contents

Allows a person to have his juvenile records sealed immediately after the jurisdiction of the juvenile court has terminated, with the exclusion of any violation of the Vehicle Code.
carton 3, folder 16

Assembly Bill No. 1109: Juvenile Justice Commission 1970

Contents

Requires boards of supervisors rather than prescribed judges to appoint and swear in members of juvenile justice commissions.
carton 3, folder 17

Assembly Bill No. 1110: Statements at the Arrest of Minors 1970

Contents

Requires arresting peace officer to advise minor that anything he says can be used against him and cause him to be temporarily or permanently removed from his home. Also provides that no in-custody statement can be used against him unless there is clear and convincing proof that he understood and waived his rights.
carton 3, folder 18

Assembly Bill No. 1184: Unlawful Detainer 1970

Contents

Allows person claiming title to personal property which is recovered by unlawful detainer action to obtain property within 30 days from judgment.
carton 3, folder 19

Assembly Bill No. 1185: Summary Proceedings for Possession 1970

Contents

Provides that a defendant may counterclaim when appearing in summary proceedings for possession of real property.
carton 3, folder 20

Assembly Bill No. 1186: Extension of Time for Complaints 1970

Contents

Extends time to respond to complaint from forcible entry or unlawful detainer from three days to seven days.
carton 3, folder 21

Assembly Bill No. 1187: Writ of Possession 1970

Contents

Deletes provision which authorizes issuance of writ of possession if defendant is insolvent or has no property sufficient to satisfy amount of damages sought to be recovered by plaintiff.
carton 3, folder 22

Assembly Bill No. 1188: Landlord's Liens 1970

Contents

Declares that no landlord shall have a lien on a tenant's personal property.
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Assembly Bill No. 1189: Tenant Deposits 1970

Contents

Regulates payments to secure rental agreements, requiring landlord to hold such money for tenant specifying reasons for withholding and procedure for transfers upon termination of landlord's interest in tenancy.
carton 3, folder 24

Assembly Bill No. 1190: Landlord-Tenant Repairs and Improvements 1970

Contents

Requires lessor to repay untenantable condition notwithstanding any agreement to the contrary, rather than only in absence of such agreement. Authorizes lessee, if lessor neglects to do so, to make repairs where expense does not exceed two months rent.
carton 3, Folder 25

Assembly Bill No. 1191: Indirect Property Tax Repayments 1970

Contents

Requires landlords with two or more units to furnish tenants and county assessors with a statement of the amount of property taxes included within the rental charge. Permits Tenant to deduct $50 from rent if landord fails to furnish statements as required.
carton 3, Folder 26

Assembly Bill No. 1405: Confinement of Juveniles 1969-1970

Contents

Specifies that if a juvenile court judge or Department of Youth Authority upon inspection finds a jail, juvenile hall, or lockup not being operated and maintained as a suitable place for confinement of minors to make specific notice of such findings and prohibit the use of these facilities.
carton 3, folder 27

Assembly Bill No. 1406: Senior Citizen Property Tax Assistance Law - Filing Extension 1970

Contents

Extends claim filing time for medically incapacitated claimants of the Senior Citizens' Property Tax Assistance Law.
carton 3, folder 28

Assembly Bill No. 1407: Execution Sales Real Property 1970 March 19

Contents

Provides that purchaser at execution sale loses his right, title and interest in real property when he fails to request a deed from the sheriff within 90 days after redemption expires. And that purchaser loses interest in property when he fails to record the sheriff's deed within 180 days of redemption expiration.
carton 3, Folder 29

Assembly Bill No. 1408: Schools Contracting for Services 1970

Contents

Authorizes a school district board to contract for services with district employees. Authorizes certain repairs and construction of school property to be done by day labor or district employees.
carton 3, folder 30

Assembly Bill No. 1409: Insurance for Depositories 1970

Contents

Requires certain depositaries to furnish customers with receipts containing statement as to whether depositoary has fire or theft insurance covering deposited goods. Imposes strict liability on depository who fails to furnish receipt or makes misrepresentation in receipt.
carton 3, folder 31

Assembly Bill No. 1410: Licenses Credential Public Employment 1970

Contents

Provides that after enactment of SB 701, any license, credential or employee shall not be suspended solely for commission of an act which does not constitute a crime relating to sexual offense.
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Assembly Bill No. 2213: Labs - Unlicensed Persons Drawing Blood 1970

Contents

Permits an unlicensed person employed in a licensed clinical laboratory who meets specified requirements, to perform venipuncture or skin puncture for the purpose of drawing blood for test purposes
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Assembly Bill No. 2214: Lab Technician and Trainee Licensing 1970

Contents

Provides for the issuance of a clinical laboratory technician and trainee licenses. Describes qualifications of obtaining such license.
carton 3, Folder 34

Assembly Bill No. 2215: State College Auxiliary Licensing 1970

Contents

Provides that state college auxiliary organizations may enter into an agreement with any organization representing its employees requiring membership in the organization as a condition of continued employment by the auxiliary organization.
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Assembly Bill No. 2216: Soliciting by Charitable Organizations on School Property 1970

Contents

Authorizes nonpartisan, charitable organizations to solicit on school premises for purposes approved by the governing board of the school district.
carton 3, folder 36

Assembly Bill No. 2217: Nolo Contendere Pleas 1970

Contents

Deletes requirement that the district attorney consent to the entry of a nolo contendere plea to indictment, information, or criminal complaint before such plea may be entered.
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Assembly Bill No. 2218: Qualifications for Registered Nurse Exams 1970

Contents

Allows applicants for a registered nurse license to qualify after successfully completing minimum course requirements, basic sciences and general eduation as established by board, if other conditions are met.
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Assembly Bill No. 2219: Revocation of Accreditation to Nursing Schools 1970

Contents

Required the Board of Nursing Education and Nurse Registration to deny or revoke accreditation of any nursing school which does not grant full credit for courses given in other accredited nursing schools.
carton 3, folder 39

Assembly Bill No. 2481: Landlord and Tenant Reprisals 1970

Contents

Makes it unlawful for a lessor to threaten reprisal against a lessee who reports a violation of health, building or safety code which is intended to protect the health and safety of occupants.
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Assembly Bill No. 2482: Housing Code Enforcement 1970 April 3

Contents

Permits lessee of residential property to seek court determination of compliance of premise with laws regulating health or safety of occupants.
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Assembly Bill No. 2483: State Colleges 1970

Contents

Autorizes State College Trustees to transfer funds between budgeted functions. Requires trustees to provide an annual audit procedure.
carton 3, folder 42

Assembly Bill No. 2484: Drug Addicts and Mental Hospitals 1970

Contents

Authorizes Department of Mental Hygiene to admit patients or clients of private, nongovernmental, outpatient drug treatment centers who have drug abuse problems to state mental hospitals.
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Assembly Bill No. 2485: Auto Insurance 1970 April

Contents

Makes technical, nonsubstantive change to Sec. 488 of the Insurance Code.
carton 3, folder 44

Assembly Bill No. 2486: Higher Education 1970

Contents

Establishes Work Study Program to provide state-subsidized part-time employment for students with financial need.
carton 3, Folder 45

Assembly Bill No. 2487: Physicians 1969-1970

Contents

Revises the Medical Practice Act relating to members of the Board of Medical Examiners that they shall hold office past the four year term until the appointment and qualification of his successor.
carton 3, folder 46

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 84: Civil Service 1970

Contents

Directs the State Personnel Board and encourages local civil service commissions to review class specification and job classification procedures to elimination unnecessary education requirements and to revise written tests to conform to the job to be performed.
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Rules Committee Resolution No. 649: Alex Haley 1970 July

Contents

Commends writer Alex Haley.
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Rules Committee Resolution No. 179: Jimmy Lester 1970 February

Contents

Commends Jimmy Lester for his outstanding career as a boxer and his community and civic work.
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Rules Committee Resolution No. 532: The Henry George School 1970 June

Contents

Honors the founding of The Henry George School of Northern California and recognizes its 21st anniversary on June 19, 1970.
carton 3, folder 50

House Resolution No. [number missing]: White House Conference on Aging, Prison Investigation, Fort Funston 1970

Contents

Urges Congress to appropriate funds for the 1971 White House Conference on Aging. Creates the Assembly Investingating Committee on Prisoner Mistreatment and authorizes it to study and analyze treatment of prisoners. Requests that the federal government and General Services Administration call for public hearings on the future of Fort Funston.
carton 3, folder 51

House Resolution No. 103: Comparability Requirements 1970

Contents

Authorizes the State Department of Education to develop a comparability poliocy statement and plan for the purpose of assuring that school districts adhere to equitable distribution of services and personnel.
carton 3, folder 52

Assembly Bill No. 2: 18 Year Old Vote 1971

Contents

Changes the age qualification of voters from 21 to 18 years. Shortens the required duration to vote for naturalized citizenship from 90 to 30 days; state residency from one year to 30 days; county residency from 90 to 30 days; precinct residency from 54 to 30 days. Eliminates literacy as a qualification to vote.
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Assembly Bill No. 63: Accountants 1969, 1971

Contents

Revises experience qualifications for certification of public accountants.
carton 3, folder 54

Assembly Bill No. 136: Administrative Tenure 1971

Contents

Prohibits certified personnel from achieving permanent status in an administrative position.
carton 3, folder 55

Assembly Bill No. 350: Budget Bill 1971

Contents

Makes appropriation for support of state government for 1971-1973 in relation to the Budget Act of 1971.
carton 3, folder 56

Assembly Bill No. 437: Sexual Conduct 1970-1971

Contents

Removes criminal sanctions against certain private sexual conduct and relationships between persons of prescribed ages.
carton 3, folder 57

Assembly Bill No. 438: Licenses, Credentials - Employment Sexual Offenses 1971

Contents

Provides that a public officer or employee shall not be suspended, dismissed nor that their license or credential suspended solely for commission of a non-criminal act relating to sexual offenses.
carton 3, folder 58

Assembly Bill No. 566: Minimum Wage Bill 1971

Contents

Establishes minimum wage of $1.85 per hour after January 1, 1972 and $2.00 per hour after Jaunary 1, 1973 and a maximum 40-hour workweek for all public and private employees. Provides overtime payment of one and one-half times the regular rate.
carton 3, folder 59

Assembly Bill No. 642: Grand Jury 1971

Contents

Eliminates the power of grand jury to prosecute by indictment except in cases of felony escape by prisoner.
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Assembly Bill No. 787: Grand Juries Selection 1971

Contents

Establishes that all grand juries shall be slected at random from a list of a county's registered voters from previous presidental elections; the most current county census of persons 18 and older; all other county residents over 18; and all residents 18 and older who are naturalized citizens.
carton 3, folder 61

Assembly Bill No. 788: Public Employee Organizations State College 1971

Contents

Permits state college auxiliary organizations to enter into an agreement with an organization representing its employees who have membership as a condition of continued employment with the auxiliary organization.
carton 3, folder 62

Assembly Bill No. 789: Grand Juries 1971

Contents

Provides for two grand juries in a county. One for regular indictment and the other a civil grand jury. Person brought before indictment grand jury may be presented by counsel, has the right to question others brought before such grand jury, can call and question other witnesses, and can rebut evidence against him.
carton 3, folder 63

Assembly Bill No. 790: Salary and Wage Payments 1970-1971

Contents

Extends existing provisions in Government Code relating to payroll deductions to include employees of University of the California and State College.
carton 3, folder 64

Assembly Bill No. 910: Juvenile Arrest Warrents 1970-1971

Contents

Provides that a peace officer can only take a minor into custody if the misdemeanor was committed in his presence as opposed to having reasonable cause to believe a crime was committed. Amplifies existing law relating to advising minor on his rights; that anything he says will be used against him and could cause him to be removed temporaily or permamently from his home.
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Assembly Bill No. 911: Juvenile Warning at Time of Arrest 1970-1971

Contents

Specifies that all minors and parents be informed that any statement made by minor could cause his removal from his home. Gives the right to counsel for both minor and parents. Requires probation officer to inform minors of right to telephone an attorney and his parents. Provides that any minor in temporary custody be immediately released to his parents.
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Assembly Bill No. 912: Juvenile Length of Holding Time 1971

Contents

Prohibits probation officers from requesting a hearing continuance for a minor. Requires release on reasonable bail or own recognizance when hearing is continued.
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Assembly Bill No. 913: Juvenile Court Probation Officer 1971

Contents

Provides that probation officer or assistant/deputy probation officer may file petition to initiate proceeding to declare minor a ward of the court.
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Assembly Bill No. 914: Juvenile Sealing of Records 1971

Contents

Permits the sealing of records in juvenile court after the jurisdiction has terminiation, rather than 5 years or more, and at any time when no petition is filed.
carton 3, folder 69

Assembly Bill No. 915: Juvenile Justice Commission 1971

Contents

Requires the board of supervisors rather than designated judge, to appoint and swear in members of juvenile justice commissions.
carton 3, folder 70

Assembly Bill No. 970: Workmen's Comp Permanent Disability 1971

Contents

Increases maximum permanent disability weekly payments from $52.50 to $100.00 and provides that if an employee receives a permanent disability rating of 70% or higher he shall receive benefits for life.
carton 3, folder 71

Assembly Bill No. 971: Workmen's Comp Temporary Disability 1971

Contents

Increases maximum weekly indemnity benefit from $87.50 to $150.00 for temporary disability.
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Assembly Bill No. 972: Workmen's Compensation 1971

Contents

Allows injured employee the right to select a physician of his choice if he is injured on the job.
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Assembly Bill No. 973: Workmen's Compensation 1971

Contents

Requires the Administrative Directror of the Division of Industrial Accidents to establish a rehabilitation unit. Requires the employer or insurance carrier to provide reasonable living expenses and vocational training for injured employees in a rehabilitation program.
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Assembly Bill No. 974: Workmen's Compensation Domestic Service 1971 March

Contents

Deletes exclusion from workmen's compensation law of persons engaged in household domestic services.
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Assembly Bill No. 975:Workmen's Compensation Hearing Aids 1971

Contents

Includes hearing aids as an compensable medical appliance under workmen's compensation law.
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Assembly Bill No. 976: Workmen's Compensation 1971

Contents

Changes the composition of the Workmen's Compensation Appeals Board from five attorneys plus two others to an attorney, representatives from labor, management and the public.
carton 3, folder 77

Assembly Bill No. 977: Workmen's Compensation Temporary Disability 1971

Contents

Reduces the required period of disablement before an injured employee can begin receiving temporary disability indemnity benefits from 49 to 25 days. This bill only affects the seven days following injury.
carton 3, folder 78

Assembly Bill No. 978: Disability Payments Negotiable Instruments 1971

Contents

Requires that any written instrument issued in payment of workmen's compensation benefits be immediately negotiable and payable in cash on demand.
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Assembly Bill No. 979: Workmen's Compensation Death Benefits 1971

Contents

Changes the formula for computation of workmen's compensation death benefits for widows, widows with dependent children, other dependents and partial dependents.
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Assembly Bill No. 980: Workmen's Compensation

Contents

Increases the statute of limitations in all workmen's compensation cases from one to 10 years.
carton 3, folder 81

Assembly Bill No. 981: Workmen's Compensation Hearings Depositions 1971

Contents

Provides that in hearings before Workmen's Compensation Appeals Board employee is entitle to reimbursement for transportation, meals and lodging; and for any loss of wages incurred for deposition at hearing.
carton 3, folder 82

Assembly Bill No. 982: Workmen's Compensation Payment Penalty 1971

Contents

Increases the penalty for unreasonable delay or refusal of Workmen's Compensation benefit payments from 10 to 20 percent.
carton 3, folder 83

Assembly Bill No. 1138: Terms of Confinement 1971

Contents

Requires the Adult Authority and California Women's Board of Terms and Parole to fix inmates terms for those not previously confined in a state prison within 12 months of imprisonment when the miminmum term is less than five year and within 36 months when the minimum term is five or more years. Requires Youth Authority Board to fix terms not later than the expiration of third year of confinement.
carton 3, folder 84

Assembly Bill No. 1139: Probation and Parole Violations 1971

Contents

Establishes that in a probation or parole violation a person is entitled to a hearing to determine termination or revocation of probation. Requires notice be given 15 days prior to hearing and that the probationer is entitled to counsel and to cross-examine witnesses appearing against him. Specifies that probation or parole can only be revoked on good cause by clear and convincing evidence.
carton 3, folder 85

Assembly Bill No. 1140: Prisoners 1971

Contents

Permits prisoner in state prison to correspond with any person at his own expense. Permits prison authorities to open and inspect such correspondence.
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Assembly Bill No. 1141: Probation and Parole Revocation 1971

Contents

Requires direct showing that a person violated a written condition of probation or parole before it can be revoked. Prohibits the Adult Authority from revoking parole without given the parolee notice, which must contain basis for suspension or cancellation.
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Assembly Bill No. 1196: Taxation Travel Expense 1971

Contents

Specifies that business travel expenses are deductiable under the Bank and Corporation Tax Law.
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Assembly Bill No. 1197: Taxation Travel Expense 1971

Contents

Specifies that business travel expenses are deductiable under the Personal Income Tax Law.
carton 3, folder 89

Assembly Bill No. 1307: Pawnbrokers Fingerprinting 1971

Contents

Prohibits fingerprinting of people who pledge property at pawn shops in order to obtain a loan.
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Assembly Bill No. 1308: Dentists 1971

Contents

Provides that the fee for examination and reexamination be set by the Board of Dental Examiners.
carton 3, folder 91

Assembly Bill No. 1791: Tidelands and Submerged Lands 1971 April

Contents

Makes technical, nonsubstantive changes to Sec. 9, Chapter 138 of the Statutes of 1964
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Assembly Bill No. 1792: Tidelands and Submerged Lands 1971 April

Contents

Makes technical, nonsubstantive changes to Sec. 6 Chapter 138 of the Statutes of 1964.
carton 3, folder 93

Assembly Bill No. 1793: Public Assistance 1971

Contents

Makes nonsubtantive changes to Section 10052 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.
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Assembly Bill No. 1791: Medical Assistance 1971 April

Contents

Makes technical correction to Section 14005.3 of the welfare and Institutions Code
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Assembly Bill No. 1795: Medical Assistance 1971 April

Contents

Makes nonsubtantive change to Sec. 14000 of the Welfare and Institutions Code
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Assembly Bill No. 1796: Landlord Tenant 1971

Contents

Permits withholding of rent payments in cases of violation of fitness for habitation standards.Specifies remedies and obligation of tenant and landlord in such conditions. Prohibits retaliatory action by landlord.
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Assembly Bill No. 1797: Landlord Tenant 1971

Contents

Prohibits waiver of tenant's rights of habitability. Revises provision giving lessee remedy to repair untenantable conditions and deduct cost of repairs from rent.
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Assembly Bill No. 1889: School Testing Program 1971

Contents

Deletes authority of State Board of Education to designate scholastic aptitude test. Prohibits same from requiring intelligence test but permits school districts to administer such tests.
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Assembly Bill No. 2232: Planning 1971 April

Contents

Makes technical, nonsubstantive change to Set. 65030 of Government Code
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Assembly Bill No. 2428: Alcoholic Beverage Suspension 1971

Contents

Revises provisions permitting Department of Alcohol Beverage Control to accept compromise offer from retail licensee in lieu of license suspension where licensee has had no similar action taken against him in the prior 3 years.
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Assembly Bill No. 2429: Wine Tax 1971

Contents

Deletes excise tax on wine, champagne, sparkling wine and hard cider and imposes 10 percent tax of retail sales price on these beverages.
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Assembly Bill No.2430 1971

Contents

Requires insurer wishing to canel fire or homeowner's policy to give notice before cancellation. Insurer receiving cancellation notice may request Insurance Commissioner to conduct hearing on reasons for cancellation.
carton 4, folder 8

Assembly Bill No. 2893: Alcoholic Beverages Sales in Bulk 1971

Contents

Permits off-sale licensees to join together in making bulk sale purchases of alcoholic beverages at a discount.
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Assembly Bill No. 2894: Criminal Procedure 1971 April

Contents

Makes nonsubstantive technical changes to Sec. 1093.5 of the Penal Code.
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Assembly Bill No. Criminal Procedure 1971 April

Contents

Makes technical, nonsubstantive changes to Sec. 1191 of the Penal Code.
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Assembly Bill No. 2896: Community College Employees 1968, 1971

Contents

Requires the principal office of the Trustees of the California State Colleges be established and maintained in Sacramento by January 1, 1973
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Assembly Bill No. 2897: Conservation 1971 April

Contents

Makes technical, nonsubstantive changes to Sec. 1700 of the Fish and Game Code.
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Assembly Bill No. 2898: Nursing Medical Corps 1971

Contents

Requires Calif. Board of Nursing Education and Nurse Registration to attempt to contact persons who served in medical corps of armed services to inform them of application procedure for licensure as nurse.
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Assembly Bill No. 2899: Public Assistance 1971 April

Contents

Makes technical correction in Sec. 12658 of Welfare and Institutions Code.
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Assembly Bill No. 2900: Short-Doyle Act 1971

Contents

Provides that claims for state reimbursements under the Short-Doyle Act shall be payable from appropriations made for the next fiscal year in which expenses were incurred.
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Assembly Bill No. 2901: Public Assistance 1971 April

Contents

Makes nonsubstantive change to Sec. 10052 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.
carton 4, folder 17

Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 7: 18-Year-Old Vote 1971

Contents

Reduces the minimum voting age from 21 to 18 years.
carton 4, folder 18

Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 35: Grand Juries 1971

Contents

Eliminates prosecution by indictment except in the case of an escaped prisoner from any penal, detention or correctional institution where such escape is a felony.
carton 4, folder 19

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 158: Peace Officers 1971

Contents

Requests the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training to provide programs to assist local law enforcement agencies in the recruitment of minority police candidates.
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Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 167: Joint Legislative Planning Committee 1971

Contents

Directs the state legislature to immediately appoint a Joint Legislative Planning Committee with the responsibility to determine best route for economic strength, avoiding damaging patterns of consumption, and population distribution.
carton 4, folder 21

Assembly Joint Resolution No. 55: Federal Grants 1971

Contents

Urges the U.S. Congress to assess the long-range effect of all aid to local and state governments.
carton 4, folder 22

Rules Committee Resolution No. (no #number given): German-American Day 1971

Contents

Congratulates the members of the United German-American Societies of San Francisco and vicinity on the observation of German-American Day.
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Rules Committee Resolution No. 622: Anti-Poverty Election Month 1971

Contents

Recognizes August 23 through September 18, 1971 as Anti-Poverty Election Month and commends all city agencies for registering voters.
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Rules Committee Resolution No. 640: Workmen's Compensation 1971 September

Contents

Requests a committee to study SB No. 1707 relating to workmen's compensation.
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Rules Committee Resolution No. 656: Mark Berke 1971

Contents

Commends Mark Berke of Mount Zion Hospital.
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House Resolution No. 55: Credit Sales to Retailers of Intoxicants 1971 April

Contents

Requests the Committee on Rules to assign a committee to study Sec. 25509 of the Business and Professions Code relating to delinquent credit sales of alcoholic beverages.
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House Resolution No. 92: Institute of Ecology, UC Davis 1971 July

Contents

Resolves the Assembly Rules Committee to establish liaison with UC Davis for utilization of the Institute of Ecology's data bank and capabilities.
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Assembly Bill No. 291: Highway Funds 1972

Contents

Provides that funds in the State Highway Account of the State Transportation Fund may not be used until the Legislature appropriates funds in the Budget Act and divests the Highway Commission of all powers except that of route selection.
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Assembly Bill No. 348: Prisoner Discharge Funds 1972

Contents

Provides payment of $350 to each prisoner upon discharge from state prison in addition to compensation for labor performed.
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Assembly Bill No. 411: Automobile Insurance 1972

Contents

Eliminates requirement that insurer notify insured of reason for nonrenewal following termination of policy after notification of intent not to renew.
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Assembly Bill No. 470: Consenting Adults 1971-1972

Contents

Removes criminal sanctions against certain private sexual conduct and relationship between persons of prescribed ages.
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Assembly Bill No. 483: School Testing 1972

Contents

Deletes authority of State Board of Education to designate scholastic aptitude test used in school testing program. Prohibits school districts from administering any group of standardized test to measure scholastic aptitude of pupils but allows qualified psychologist to administer test to pupils on individual basis for purpose of postsecondary awards. Requires scores from group tests to be purged from school records.
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Assembly Bill No. 614: Dentists 1972

Contents

Amends Dental Practice Act by permitting one member of the Board of Dental Examiners to be a faculty member of a California dental or medical school. Eliminates the initial license fee that was in addition to the application fee.
carton 4, folder 34

Assembly Bill No. 615: Licentiates Newsletters 1972

Contents

Requires each license-issuing agency in the Department of Consumer Affairs to publish and mail an informational newsletter twice a year to licentiates.
carton 4, folder 35

Assembly Bill No. 616: Contractors 1972

Contents

Requires contractors to include their license number and contact information for the regional offices of Contractors' State License Board.
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Assembly Bill No. 617: Complaints - Department of Consumer Affairs 1972

Contents

Requires each agency issuing licenses in the Department of Consumer Affairs upon receipt of a complaint of licentiate to take steps to secure relief for complainant.
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Assembly Bill No. 636: Reading and Mathematics Program 1972

Contents

Extends demonstration programs in intensive instruction in reading and mathematics for low achieving pupils in grades 7 through 12. Extends termination date from 1972 to 1974.
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Assembly Bill No. 652: Corrections Contracts 1972

Contents

Permits the Director of Department of Youth Authority to enter into contracts with the Federal Government for the leasing of personal property for use in institutions subjects to his control.
carton 4, folder 39

Assembly Bill No. 758: Health Care Services - Dental Care 1972

Contents

Eliminates the limit to two provider visits per month under the Medi-Cal program and inserts a limit to 24 visit per year. Provides that dental services are covered within these visits but work exceeding $50 requires prior approval. Provides that hospitalization for pregnancy or delivery is covered without prior authorization.
carton 4, folder 40

Assembly Bill No. 759: Medi-Cal Dental Services 1972

Contents

Adds dental services within the definition of minimum coverage of the Welfare and Institutions Code relating to Medi-Cal.
carton 4, folder 41

Assembly Bill No. 760: Navigating Pilots 1972

Contents

Requires bar pilots for San Francisco, San Pablo and Suisun Bays to safely pilot any vessel under their charge.
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Assembly Bill No. 761: Alcoholic Beverages 1972

Contents

Permits Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control to suspend or revoke license of person violating minimum retail price schedules for distilled spirits. Increases monetary penalties for such violations.
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Assembly Bill No. 816: Reading Achievement 1972

Contents

Establishes Elementary School Reading Achievement Program and Fund. Requires the Superintendent of Public Instruction to designate eligible list of schools.
carton 4, folder 44

Assembly Bill No. 1176: Abolish Special Funds 1972

Contents

Abolishes the special funds of all agencies in the Department of Consumer Affairs with funds to be credited to the General Fund.
carton 4, folder 45

Assembly Bill No. 1177: Insurance 1972

Contents

Prohibits licensed insurance agent from receiving commission from an insurance policy transacted on an object he or his employer has sold.
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Assembly Bill No. 1178: Pawnbrokers 1972

Contents

Prohibits pawnbroker from fingerprinting of a person pledging property to receive a loan
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Assembly Bill No. 1179: Residential Housing Tax Levy 1972

Contents

Disallows any deduction on income derived from substandard residential property under the Personal Income Tax Law and the Bank Corporation Tax Law. This doesn't not apply to property rendered substandard by natural disasters or by reason of change in local building codes.
carton 4, folder 48

Assembly Bill No. 1180: Retirement Benefits 1972

Contents

Includes painters, ironworkers and tow truck drivers employed by bridge and highway districts within the Public Employees' Retirement System. Originally introduced as a bill to establish Office of State Planning and Budgeting.
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Assembly Bill No. 1181: Physicians and Surgeons Medical School Requirements 1972

Contents

Revises required medical school curriculum for physician and surgeon license applicants.
carton 4, folder 50

Assembly Bill No. 1182: Non-Instructional Employees Cal State Universities and Colleges 1972

Contents

Requires Trustees of State University and Colleges to establish a personnel board for noninstructional employees.
carton 4, folder 51

Assembly Bill No. 1219: Probation and Parole 1972

Contents

Establishes that revocation of probation and parole can only be made after a hearing on alleged violation.
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Assembly Bill No. 1220: Petition Proceedings Juvenile Courts 1972

Contents

Creates a special court unit consisting of probation officer and deputy probation officer to handle criminal cases.
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Assembly Bill No. 1221: Sealing of Records 1972

Contents

Deletes the required age (21) and waiting period that allows a minor or probation officer to petition the court to have juvenile records sealed.
carton 4, folder 54

Assembly Bill No. 1222: Terms of Confinement 1972

Contents

Requires Adult Authority, California Women's Board of Terms and Parole and Youth Authority Board to initially fix and determine length of confinement within specific time periods.
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Assembly Bill No. 1700: Tidelands and Submerged Lands 1972

Contents

Requires Long Beach city to file detailed description of any project in excess of $5,000 with the State Lands Commission.
carton 4, folder 56

Assembly Bill No. 1701: Navigation 1972

Contents

Creates the Division of Marine Traffic Control in the Department of Navigation and Ocean Development and a new employee classification of ship controller to direct vessels within specific control zones.
carton 4, folder 57

Assembly Bill No. 1702: Workmen's Compensation (Disability and Death Benefits) 1972

Contents

Increases from one to seven years the period in which death benefits must begins. Increases from five to 10 years the period in which proceedings may be brought for injury causing new and further disability
carton 4, folder 58

Assembly Bill No. 1703: Education Opportunity Programs 1972

Contents

Appropriates funds to the Trustees of California State University and Colleges and Board of Governors of California Community Colleges for higher education opportunity programs.
carton 4, folder 59

Assembly Bill No. 1704: State Highways 1972

Contents

Requires the Department of Public Works to create, landscape and maintain parks on lands it acquires for highway purposes in cities of 1000,000 or more.
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Assembly Bill No. 1705: Workmen's Compensation Attorney Fees 1972

Contents

Specifies when an employee's deposition is requires he shall received a transcript copy and an allowance for attorney fees paid by the employer or insurer.
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Assembly Bill No. 1706: Grand Juries 1972

Contents

Provides that in cases where an indictment is not returned the court which impaneled the grand jury shall order disclosure of the testimony of a witness for use in subsequent criminal proceedings.
carton 5, folder 2

Assembly Bill No. 1707: Taking Minors into Custody 1972

Contents

Eliminates peace officer authority to arrest minor without a warrant and put him in temporary custody when there is reasonable cause to believe that the minor falls under Sect. 602 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.
carton 5, folder 3

Assembly Bill No. 1708: Pilots 1972

Contents

Increases bar pilotage rates for San Francisco, San Pablo and Suisun bays.
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Assembly Bill No. 1709: Pharmacy Board 1972

Contents

Permits California State Board of Pharmancy to allow persons meeting education and experience requirements to take examination for registration as pharmacist.
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Assembly Bill No. 1710: Minimum Wage (Amended into AB 1713) 1972

Contents

Makes specified provisions on wages, hours and working conditions that are applicable to adult women also applicable to adult men.
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Assembly Bill No. 1711: Minimum Wages (Amended into AB 1713) 1972

Contents

Defines pertinent terms and sets minimum wage at $2.00 per hour.
carton 5, folder 7

Assembly Bill No. 1712: Workmen's Compensation Choice of Physicians 1972

Contents

Permits injured employee to select physician of his own choice, subject to certain rules, and that employer shall be liable for cost of treatment.
carton 5, folder 8

Assembly Bill No. 1713: Minimum Wage 1972

Contents

Extends minimum wage to all employees except an outside salesman.
carton 5, folder 9

Assembly Bill No. 1875: Bilingual Education 1972

Contents

Authorizes a study program for limited-English-speaking pupils that will is supervised by the Superintendent of Public Education.
carton 5, folder 10

Assembly Bill No. 1876: Education Improvement Act 1972

Contents

Permits tuition due from nonresident foreign students at California State Colleges during 1972 Fall term to be collected in installments during the 1972-1973 college year.
carton 5, folder 11

Assembly Bill No. 1877: Salaries of State Officials 1972

Contents

Increases salary of Chairman and board members of Board of Equalization.
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Assembly Bill No. 2195: Public Representatives on Licensing Boards 1972

Contents

Requires every public member appointed to a board under the Department of Consumer Affairs to have demonstrated an interest in consumer affairs before his appointment.
carton 5, folder 13

Assembly Bill No. 2196: Department of Consumer Affairs 1972

Contents

Provides that no rules, with the exception of those relating to exams and qualification for licensure, shall take effect until reviewed by the director of the department.
carton 5, folder 14

Assembly Bill No. 2197: Regional Government 1972

Contents

Makes technical, non-substantive change in law relating to the California Tahoe Regional Planning Agency.
carton 5, folder 15

Assembly Bill No. 2198: Public Assistance Recipients 1972

Contents

Exempts public assistance recipients who successfully complete job training programs from certification and exam fees if certain conditions are met.
carton 5, folder 16

Assembly Bill No. 2199: Overtime State Employees 1972

Contents

Appropriates funds for overtime for state employees.
carton 5, folder 17

Assembly Bill No. 2200: Office of Planning and Research 1972

Contents

Makes technical, non-substantive change to Sect. 65037 of the Government Code.
carton 5, folder 18

Assembly Bill No. 2201: Conservation Education Contracts 1972

Contents

Makes no substantive change.
carton 5, folder 19

Assembly Bill No. 2202: Nurses 1972

Contents

Changes the required membership of the Council on Continuing Education for the Health Occupations to include 5 registered nurses and 5 licensed vocational nurses.
carton 5, folder 20

Assembly Bill No. 2332: Drivers' License Suspension 1972

Contents

Requires Department of Motor Vehicles to suspend driving privileges for 6 months of person convicted of first offense of driving under the influence only if the court orders such suspension.
carton 5, folder 21

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 120: Joint Committee on Siting of Teaching Hospitals 1972

Contents

Creates the Joint Committee on Siting of Teaching Hospitals and an advisory committee.
carton 5, folder 22

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 131: Relative to Expenses for Joint Committee on Siting of Teaching Hospitals 1972

Contents

Allocates $200,000 to Joint Legislative Committee on siting of Teaching Hospitals.
carton 5, folder 23

Rules Committee Resolution No. 104: Wally Kelso 1972

Contents

Commends Wallace W. Kelso on his distinguished career of service to the Legislature and the State.
carton 5, folder 24

Rules Committee Resolution No. 113: San Francisco 49ers 1972 February

Contents

Congratulations the San Francisco 49ers on winning the NFL Western Division Championship and salutes Coach Dick Nolan.
carton 5, folder 25

Rules Committee Resolution No. 164: Mrs. Charlie Mae Haynes 1972 March

Contents

Commends Mrs. Charlie Mae Haynes for 26 years of service to the Third Baptist Church.
carton 5, folder 26

Rules Committee Resolution No. 420: Willie Mays 1972 May

Contents

Expresses regret that Willie Mays will no longer play for the San Francisco Giants and extends wishes for a successful career as "dean" of the baseball players.
carton 5, folder 27

Rules Committee Resolution No. 440: Mary Jane Scharff 1972 June

Contents

Commends Mary Jane Scharff for her service as the citywide program coordinator for the San Francisco Police Community Relations organization.
carton 5, folder 28

Rules Committee Resolution No. 464: Henry George School of Social Science 1972 June

Contents

Commends the Henry George School of Social Science on its 40th anniversary.
carton 5, folder 29

Rules Committee Resolution No. 477: Cruz Reynoso 1972

Contents

Commends Cruz Reynoso for service as Director of California Rural Legal Assistance and his new job as professor at the University of New Mexico Law School.
carton 5, folder 30

Rules Committee Resolution No. 491: San Francisco Opera 1972 July

Contents

Commends the San Francisco Opera on its 50th anniversary.
carton 5, folder 31

Rules Committee Resolution No. 526: Ray Charles 1972

Contents

Congratulates Ray Charles on his birthday and commends his for his musical achievements.
carton 5, folder 32

Rules Committee Resolution No. 529: U.C. School of Pharmacy 1972 September

Contents

Commends the U.C. School of Pharmacy on its centennial year.
carton 5, folder 33

Rules Committee Resolution No. 571: Dr. Adolph E. Schmidt 1972

Contents

Commends Dr. Schmidt on his years of medical instruction and service.
carton 5, folder 34

Assembly Bill No. 23: State Scholarships 1973-1974

Contents

Establishes a major student financial aid proposal relating to federal student aid policy, graduate fellowship program, college opportunity grants, and occupational training grants.
carton 5, folder 35

Assembly Bill No. 110: Budget Act of 1973 1973

Contents

Appropriates support of the state government for 1973-1974 fiscal year.
carton 5, folder 36

Assembly Bill No. 197: Department of Consumer Affairs 1973

Contents

Makes two technical amendments to Chap. 1412, Statutes of 1972, relating to rule-making procedures of the Department of Consumer Affairs.
carton 5, folder 37

Assembly Bill No. 347: Foreign Dentist Graduates 1973

Contents

Provides for a temporary permit to practice dentistry under supervision by licensed dentist to be issued to foreign-trained applicants for licensure.
carton 5, folder 38

Assembly Bill No. 348: Sealing of Records 1973

Contents

Deletes the age and waiting provision under Sect. 781 of the Welfare and Institutions Code and allows minors to petition the court as any time after the case has terminated to petition for sealing juvenile records.
carton 5, folder 39

Assembly Bill No. 349: Public Representation on Licensing Boards 1973

Contents

Requires every public member appointed to a board under the Department of Consumer Affairs to have demonstrated an interest in consumer affairs prior to appointment.
carton 5, folder 40

Assembly Bill No. 350: U.C. Dental School 1973

Contents

Expresses findings relating to the need for new facilities at the Dental School of U.C. San Francisco and appropriates funds to the U.C. Regents for planning purposes.
carton 5, folder 41

Assembly Bill No. 350: Elementary School Reading Program 1973

Contents

Establishes the Elementary School Reading Achievement Program.
carton 5, folder 42

Assembly Bill No. 368: Education Opportunity Programs 1973

Contents

Provides permanent source of funding to the University of California, the State University and the Community College systems for higher educational opportunity programs.
carton 5, folder 43

Assembly Bill No. 368: Scholastic Aptitude Tests 1972-1973

Contents

Prohibits school districts from administering scholastic aptitude tests with the exception of qualified school psychologists who can give tests to individual pupils.
carton 5, folder 44

Assembly Bill No. 372: High School Equivalency Certificates 1973-1974

Contents

Provides for high school equivalency certificates to be issued to persons upon completion of general educational development test.
carton 5, folder 45

Assembly Bill No. 373: Renter's Tax Credit 1973

Contents

Revises the definition of qualified renters and sets the credit under the Personal Income Tax Law at $40 rather than a range based on income.
carton 5, folder 46

Assembly Bill No. 382: C.S.U.C. Nonresident Tuition Fees 1973

Contents

Prohibits the C.S.U.C. from charging foreign students the nonresident tuition fee if such student graduated from a California high school, has lived continuously in the state for three years and is not receiving public assistance.
carton 5, folders 47-48

Assembly Bill No. 475: Substandard Housing Tax Deductions 1973

Contents

Disallows taxpayers to deduct capital expenses on residential property found to be substandard, which is defined as housing found to be in violation of state or local laws.
carton 6, folder 1

Assembly Bill No. 476: Prisoner Discharge Payments 1973

Contents

Provides for payment of $350 to each prisoner upon discharge from a state prison as compensation for labor performed.
carton 6, folder 2

Assembly Bill No. 477: Unused Highway Lands 1973

Contents

Requires that land purchased but not being used for state highway purposes shall be used for parks for public use.
carton 6, folder 3

Assembly Bill No. 478: Labor Employees 1973

Contents

Extends to men spefici regulations regarding hours and working conditions now applicable to women and minors
carton 6, folder 4

Assembly Bill No. 553: State Employee's Benefits 1973

Contents

Provides that an employer's share of cost of health benefit plan shall be based on a percentage of premium charges rather than $16.
carton 6, folder 5

Assembly Bill No. 705: Health Care Services 1973

Contents

Requires the Department of Health to establish and maintain a system for providers to bill by recipient's identification number. Eliminates the limit of two visits per month and inserts a limit to 24 per year. Adds dental services costing less than $50 to out-patient services under the basic schedule.
carton 6, folder 6

Assembly Bill No. 756: Workmen's Compensation Temporary Disability 1973

Contents

Decreases from 28 to 14 days the period temporary disability must last before injured employee will receive disability benefits.
carton 6, folder 7

Assembly Bill No. 757: Workmen's Compensation 1973

Contents

Increases from $105 to an unspecified amount the maximum weekly benefit payable for temporary disability.
carton 6, folder 8

Assembly Bill No. 758: Workmen's Compensation 1973

Contents

Includes within provisions of workmen's compensation certain vendors of newspapers. It excludes part-time gardeners who work less than 20 hours per month and household domestic service workers who work less than 20 hours weekly for one employer.
carton 6, folder 9

Assembly Bill No. 759: Workmen's Compensation 1973

Contents

Increases the maximum weekly benefit for permanent disability from $70 to $105.
carton 6, folders 10-11

Assembly Bill No. 760: Workmen's Compensation Rehabilitation 1973-1974

Contents

Requires the establishment of a rehabilitation unit within the Division of Industrial Accidents to foster and approve rehabilitation plans and identify and refer injured employees to such services.
carton 6, folder 12

Assembly Bill No. 761: Workmen's Compensation Appeals Board 1973

Contents

Changes the composition of the 7-person Appeals Board to include one attorney, two representatives of management and two from the general public.
carton 6, folder 13

Assembly Bill No. 762: Workmen's Compensation 1973

Contents

Deletes the statutory limits for death benefits and provides that total dependency payments will be paid until the death or remarriage of the widow and throughout the dependency of the children.
carton 6, folder 14

Assembly Bill No. 835: Council on Intergovernmental Relations 1973

Contents

Provides for matching grants to cities to aid in reorganization of local governmental services.
carton 6, folder 15

Assembly Bill No. 964: State Capitol Picketing 1973

Contents

Deletes the prohibition against picketing in the State Capitol.
carton 6, folder 16

Assembly Bill No. 965: Nurses 1972-1973

Contents

Permits licensed registered nurse to administer medication by injection and withdraw blood.
carton 6, folders 17-18

Assembly Bill No. 992: Sexual Offenses 1970-1974

Contents

Removes criminal sanctions against certain private sexual conduct and relationship between persons of prescribed ages.
carton 6, folder 19

Assembly Bill No. 1045: Automobile Insurance 1973

Contents

Eliminates the requirement that auto insurer notify insured for nonrenewal reason following termination of policy after insurer notified insured of intent not to renew.
carton 6, folder 20

Assembly Bill No. 1151: Grand Jury Transcripts 1973

Contents

Requires court that impaneled grand jury, if no indictment was returned, under specific circumstances, to order disclosure to witness testimony to defendent and prosecutor for use in further proceedings.
carton 6, folder 21

Assembly Bill No. 1306: Crime Prevention 1973

Contents

Abolishes the California Council on Criminal Justice as currently constituted and establish new entity with same name with revised responsibilities. Increases membership of council from 30 to 32.
carton 6, folder 22

Assembly Bill No. 1806: Public Assistance Checks 1973

Contents

Authorizes the Department of Social Welfare to provide, by contract, the distribution of aid warrants by local banks.
carton 6, folder 23

Assembly Bill No. 1807: Redevelopment Agencies - School Districts 1973

Contents

Requires the county or city to pay school districts a proportionate share of in lieu payments received. Defines "proportionate share."
carton 6, folder 24

Assembly Bill No. 1808: Medical Assistant Program 1973-1974

Contents

Eliminates limitations on expenditures during the 1973-74 fiscal year for the Medi-Cal management prototype system. Requires the Department of Health to enter into contract for implementation of a claims processing and information retrieval system.
carton 6, folder 25

Assembly Bill No.1809: School Finance 1973

Contents

Provides funding for the educationally disadvantaged program on an automatics continuing basis through the State School Fund
carton 6, folder 26

Assembly Bill No. 1810: Community Colleges Student Aid 1973

Contents

Appropriates funds for Community College student financial aid.
carton 6, folder 27

Assembly Bill No. 1811: CSUC Student Aid 1973

Contents

Appropriates funding for California State University and Colleges for student financial assistance.
carton 6, folder 28

Assembly Bill No. 1812: UC Student Aid 1973

Contents

Appropriates funding for University of California for student financial assistance.
carton 6, folder 29

Assembly Bill No. 1813: Small Claims Court 1973

Contents

Provides that a claimant in small claims court has a right to appeal a judgment against him.
carton 6, folders 30-31

Assembly Bill No. 1814: Certified Attorney Assistants 1973-1974

Contents

Enacts the Certified Attorney Assistant Act and creates a board with members appointed by the State Bar, the State Judicial Council and the legislature.
carton 6, folder 32

Assembly Bill No. 1815: State Purchases and Contracts 1973

Contents

Makes technical, non-substantive change to Sect. 14780 of the Government Code.
carton 7, folder 1

Assembly Bill No. 1816: Small Businesses Contracts 1973

Contents

Enacts Small Business Procurement and Contract Act for increased participation of small businesses in state procurement and contract awards.
carton 7, folder 2

Assembly Bill No. 1817: Weapons 1973

Contents

Makes technical, non-substantive change in Sect. 12021.5 of the Penal Code.
carton 7, folder 3

Assembly Bill No. 1818: Workmen's Compensation 1973

Contents

Specifies that an injured employee is entitled to select a physician of his own choice and that employer or insurer is liable for cost of treatment.
carton 7, folder 4

Assembly Bill No. 1819: Navigation 1972-1974

Contents

Establishes the Division of Marine Traffic Control and creates a new public employee classification of ship controller. Establishes marine traffic control zones.
carton 7, folder 5

Assembly Bill No. 1820; Street and Highway Expenditures 1971-1974

Contents

Prohibits the new Department of Transportation from spending funds until they are appropriated by the Legislature.
carton 7, folder 6

Assembly Bill No. 1914: Law Enforcement (Ca. Council on Criminal Justice) 1973

Contents

Appropriates funding for support of the California Council on Criminal Justice.
carton 7, folder 7

Assembly Bill No. 1950: Department of Benefit Payments 1973

Contents

Transfers remaining functions of the Department of Social Welfare to a new Department of Benefit Payments.
carton 7, folder 8

Assembly Bill No. 1977: Housing Authorities Rent Subsidies 1971-1973

Contents

Allocates funds to the Commission of Housing and Community Development to be used to supplement federal grants to local housing authorities for leased low-rent housing.
carton 7, folder 9

Assembly Bill No. 1978: Certifying Witnesses 1973

Contents

Changes the term certifying witness to notary public.
carton 7, folder 10

Assembly Bill No. 1979: Workmen's Compensation 1973-1974

Contents

Increases from one to three years the period within which an injured worker must initiate a claim for medical and hospital benefits.
carton 7, folder 11

Assembly Bill No. 2068: Child Health Disability Program 1973-1975

Contents

Establishes the State Child Health Board and a Child Health and Disability Prevention Program.
carton 7, folder 12

Assembly Bill No. 2318: Haslett Warehouse 1973

Contents

Extends for one year the authority of the Director of Parks and Recreation to sell, lease or transfer the Haslett Warehouse and delays for one year the authority of the Director of General Services to do the same.
carton 7, folder 13

Assembly Bill No. 2335: Geothermal Resources 1973

Contents

Makes non-substantive change to Sect. 3741 of the Public Resources Code.
carton 7, folder 14

Assembly Bill No. 2466: Parks and Recreation 1973

Contents

Makes non-substantive change to Sect. 5010 of the Public Resources Code.
carton 7, folder 15

Assembly Bill No. 2467: Air Pollution Bay Area 1973

Contents

Requires the Bay Area Air Pollution Control District board to have a governing body of 22 members and specifies per diem rates for members.
carton 7, folder 16

Assembly Bill No. 2468: State Park - Candlestick Park 1973

Contents

Requires the Department of Parks and Recreation to acquire and develop property at Candlestick Point for the state park system.
carton 7, folders 17-18

Assembly Bill No. 2572: State Capitol - Legislative Buildings 1973

Contents

Requires a legislative building to be constructed unless an expansion of the annex of the State Capitol Building is more feasible. Provides that restoration of west wing of State Capitol be undertaken.
carton 7, folder 19

Assembly Bill No. 2604: Payroll Deductions 1973

Contents

Authorizes any charitable organization not affiliated with principal combined fund drive to receive deductions on payroll authorization forms of the principal fund drive.
carton 7, folder 20

Assembly Bill No. 2605: Retirement Benefits 1973-1974

Contents

Appropriates funds to pay retirement contributions for certain state employees.
carton 7, folder 21

Assembly Bill No. 2750: Budget Act of 1974 1974

Contents

Makes appropriation for support of state government for 1974-1975 fiscal year.
carton 7, folder 22

Assembly Bill No. 2839: Dog Licenses 1974

Contents

Requires dog license tag fees to be one-half cost when a certificate showing the dog has been fitted with a breeding control device is presented.
carton 7, folder 23

Assembly Bill No. 2840: Hastings Law School - San Diego 1972-1974

Contents

Establishes the Hastings Civic Center Law School in San Diego and appropriates funding to the Regents of the U.C.
carton 7, folder 24

Assembly Bill No. 3145: Condemnation Non-Profit Hospitals 1974

Contents

Provides that the Department of Health cannot issue a Certificate of Necessity to a nonprofit hospital unless it has offered a public hearing, given written notice of such hearing and waited 90 days.
carton 7, folder 25

Assembly Bill No. 3276: California Council on Criminal Justice 1974

Contents

Provides for selection of a chairman and increases the membership from 13 to 14.
carton 7, folder 26

Assembly Bill No. 3277: Personal Income Tax Credits 1974

Contents

Eliminates provisions prohibiting renters who receive public assistance grants from receiving personal income tax credits. Provides that credits shall not be taken into account in determining aid.
carton 7, folder 27

Assembly Bill No. 3339: School Employees 1974

Contents

Permits State Teachers' Retirement System and CSUC academic employees to received one year retirement credit for part-time teaching under specific conditions. These employees would also receive health benefits.
carton 7, folder 28

Assembly Bill No. 3407: California College of Podiatric Medicine 1973-1975

Contents

Appropriates $750,000 to the UC Regents to develop and support a podiatry program in conjunction with the California College of Podiatric Medicine.
carton 7, folder 29

Assembly Bill No. 3459: Practice of Law - Age Requirement 1974

Contents

Eliminates the age requirement for admission to practice law.
carton 8, folder 1

Assembly Bill No. 3468: CSUC Nonresident Tuition Fees 1974

Contents

Revises the criteria for exempting foreign students from paying the nonresident fee if they graduated from a California high school and have lived continuously in the state for three years.
carton 8, folder 2

Assembly Bill No. 3469: Public Social Services (SSI) 1974

Contents

Determines that any income below $352.50 per month of a spouse of an aged, blind or disabled welfare recipient will not be calculated into the grant.
carton 8, folder 3

Assembly Bill No. 3761: Taxation 1974 April

Contents

Makes non-substantive change to Sect. 28 of the Revenue and Taxation Code.
carton 8, folder 4

Assembly Bill No. 3762: Higher Education 1974 April

Contents

Determines that each segment of public higher education shall strive for excellence in its sphere.
carton 8, folder 5

Assembly Bill No. 3763: Conflicts of Interest 1974 April

Contents

Makes non-substantive change in law relating to conflicts of interest.
carton 8, folder 6

Assembly Bill No. 3764: Corrections 1974 April

Contents

Makes non-substantive technical change in Sect. 5051 of the Penal Code.
carton 8, folder 7

Assembly Bill No. 3765: Child Health Disability Prevention 1974

Contents

Makes minor revisions in the Child Health Disability Prevention Program.
carton 8, folder 8

Assembly Bill No. 3766: Consumer Reporting 1974 April

Contents

Makes technical, non-substantive changes in Sect. 1785.2 of the Civil Code.
carton 8, folder 9

Assembly Bill No. 3802: Helicopters 1974

Contents

Makes non-substantive change in Sec. 21006 of the Public Utilities Code.
carton 8, folder 10

Assembly Bill No. 3803: Open Space Historic Property 1974

Contents

Declares the inclusion of property of historical significance within the California Land Conservation Act of 1965.
carton 8, folder 11

Assembly Bill No. 3906: Child Health 1974 April

Contents

Makes non-substantive change in Sect. 300 of the Health and Safety Code.
carton 8, folder 12

Assembly Bill No. 3907: Taxation 1974 April

Contents

Makes technical non-substantive change in Sect. 1 of the Revenue and Taxation Code.
carton 8, folder 13

Assembly Bill No. 4109: Medical Education 1974

Contents

Establishes a nine-member Medical Education Policy Board to advise the UC Regents, the legislature and the governor on the development of a community -based medical education program in the Fresno-San Joaquin Valley region.
carton 8, folder 14

Assembly Bill No. 4110: Transit District - San Francisco BART 1974 April

Contents

Makes non-substantive change in Section 28500 of the Public Utilities Code.
carton 8, folder 15

Assembly Bill No. 4111: Bar Pilots 1974

Contents

Revised bar pilotages rates for San Francisco, San Pablo and Suisun bays and establishes a San Francisco bar pilot pension plan.
carton 8, folder 16

Assembly Bill No. 4164: Public Schools 1974 April

Contents

Makes technical, non-substantive change in Section 8501 of the Education Code.
carton 8, folder 17

Assembly Bill No. 4165: Public Social Services 1974 April

Contents

Makes technical, non-substantive change in Sec. 13103 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.
carton 8, folder 18

Assembly Bill No. 4166: County Central Committees 1974 April

Contents

Makes a technical amendment and nonsubstantive change to Sect. 9329 of the Elections Code.
carton 8, folder 19

Assembly Bill No. 4167: Medi-Cal 1974 April

Contents

Makes technical, non-substantive change to Sect. 14005.13 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.
carton 8, folder 20

Assembly Bill No. 4168: State Universities and Colleges - Transfer Fund 1974

Contents

Grants the CSUC Trustees additional authority to transfer funds within budgetary programs and between campuses.
carton 8, folder 21

Assembly Bill No. 4169: Department of Benefit Payments 1974

Contents

Makes the Department of Employment Development responsible for the computation of unemployment and disability benefits.
carton 8, folder 22

Assembly Bill No. 4196: Child Care 1974

Contents

Authorizes county funds to be used to supplement children development services. Creates the Child Care Facilities Fund with the purpose of building, renting, purchasing and renovating child care facilities.
carton 8, folder 23

Assembly Bill No. 4275: State Scholarships 1974

Contents

Considers federal scholarship awards as offset to state awards and grants whenever the combined total exceeds students' financial need. increases the number of college opportunity and occupational training grants annually.
carton 8, folder 24

Assembly Bill No. 4276: Graduate Fellowships 1974

Contents

Requires graduate fellowship awards to consider the financial status of the applicant's parents. Requires plans for selection of disadvantages students for fellowships.
carton 8, folder 25

Assembly Bill No. 4400: Consumer Affairs Public Members 1974

Contents

Revises membership of several boards under the Consumer Affairs licensing agencies.
carton 8, folder 26

Assembly Bill No. 4401: Executive Secretaries 1974

Contents

Deletes the authority of boards withing the Department of Consumer Affairs to elect a secretary and that the governor will appoint the executive secretary.
carton 8, folder 27

Assembly Bill No. 4402: Consumer Affairs Boards 1974

Contents

Revises the membership of the healing arts boards withing the Department of Consumer Affairs to provide for a majority of public members on each board.
carton 8, folder 28

Assembly Bill No. 4448: Board of Medical Examiners 1974

Contents

Increases the per diem for members of the Board of Medical Examiners and of district review committees and creates the Physician's Assistants Examining Committee.
carton 8, folder 29

Assembly Bill No. 4499: Parks and Recreation 1974

Contents

Amends and supplements the Budget Act of 1974 to re-appropriate capital outlay to the Department of Parks and Recreation.
carton 8, folder 30

Assembly Joint Resolution No. 2: Code Enforcement Program 1972-1973

Contents

Urges the U.S. President and Congress to take necessary steps to provide adequate funding to continue the Federally Assisted Code Enforcement (FACE) program.
carton 8, folder 31

Assembly Joint Resolution No. 32: Nicaraguan Earthquake Relief 1973-1975

Contents

Supports continuous assistance to the Nicaraguan earthquake victims.
carton 8, folder 32

Assembly Joint Resolution No. 37: State Employee Salaries 1973

Contents

Urges Congress to exempt state governments from the Economic Stabilization Act of 1970 as it relates to control over state employee salaries.
carton 8, folder 33

Assembly Joint Resolution No. 81: Child Support 1973-1974

Contents

Urges the President and Congress to enact legislation based on Sect. 151 of House Resolution 3154.
carton 8, folder 34

Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 40: Public Housing Project Law 1973-1974

Contents

Prohibits the development, construction or acquisition of low rent housing projects by any public body unless approved by a majority of the voters where the project is to be located.
carton 8, folder 35

Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 108: Open Space Property and Historical Sites 1974

Contents

Provides that open space land shall be considered property of historical significance for purposing of conserving and assessing such property.
carton 8, folder 36

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 19: Joint Committee Teaching Hospitals 1973

Contents

Continues existence of Joint Committee on Siting of Teaching Hospitals until June 30, 1974.
carton 8, folder 37

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 48: State General Obligation Bonds 1973

Contents

Directs State Treasurer to offer state general obligation bonds.
carton 8, folder 38

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 103:Joint Legislative Audit Committee 1973

Contents

Creates the Joint Legislative Audit Committee that will consist of 4 senators and 4 assemblymen.
carton 8, folder 39

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 203: Legislative Computer Services 1974

Contents

Declares it essential that the legislative printing be provided without interruptions and at reasonable costs.
carton 8, folder 40

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 210: Health Sciences Education Committee 1974

Contents

Creates Joint Committee on Health Sciences Education and an attendant advisory committee.
carton 8, folder 41

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 277: SFSU Student Housing 1974

Contents

Expresses need for additional student housing at San Francisco State University and requests the CSUC Trustees to delay the planned demolition of existing married-student housing.
carton 8, folder 42

Rules Committee Resolution: Several Numbers 1973-1974

Contents

RCR: Supports the Bethune Memorial and the efforts of the National Council of Negro Women; RCR4 Harold Zellerbach; Mrs. Joyce Brown Pleasants; RCR430 Leonard Airriess; MR 735 St. Francis Square Cooperative Apartments; RCR142 Louis Freeman; RCRT 382 Bishop Luther Elder Cleaver; Jesus "Jesse" Monroy; San Francisco Minority Police Recruitment Project; Noah W. Griffin, Sr.; Bob Moretti; RCR 338 National Urban League's 64th conference; HR 159 Earl C. "Squire" Behrens; Mission Rebels; RCR 267 Henry George School of Social Science; RCR 118 National Council of Negro Women's Black Women's Unity Drive; RCR 76 Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame; MR 89 Monsignor Bernard Aloisius Cummins; RCR 17 Apprenticeship Opportunities Foundation; Marian Johnson; and RCR 140 Space Program.
carton 8, folder 43

Assembly Bill No. 204: County and City Charters 1974

Contents

Reduces the number of registered electors needed on a signed petition for a city or county to amend its charter from 15 to 10 percent.
carton 8, folder 44

Assembly Bill No. 241: Payroll Deductions for Charities 1974-1975

Contents

Authorizes the State Board of Control to allow charitable organizations to receive payroll deductions.
carton 8, folder 45

Assembly Bill No. 242: Renter Credit for Recipients 1974

Contents

Deletes the provision which reduces a renter's credit by 1/12 for every month the renter received public assistance which contained a housing allowance.
carton 8, folder 46

Assembly Bill No. 245: Child Care Facilities 1974-1975

Contents

Authorizes county funds to be used to supplement child development services.
carton 8, folder 47

Assembly Bill No. 280: Air Pollution Control District 1974-1975

Contents

Revises the Governing Board of the Bay Area Pollution Control district in regards to composition, selection, duties and compensation.
carton 8, folder 48

Assembly Bill No. 281: Public Social Services 1974-1975

Contents

Liberalizes current practices by disregarding up to an addition $100 per month of an ineligible spouse of an aged, blind or disabled welfare recipient.
carton 8, folder 49

Assembly Bill No. 282: Rent Credit 1973-1976

Contents

Repeals the existing renter tax relief schedule of assistance, ranging from $25 to $45, and provides a flat amount of $36 to all renters regardless of income.
carton 8, folder 50

Assembly Bill No. 283: I.Q. Testing 1973-1976

Contents

Prohibits school districts from administering any standardized group tests.
carton 8, folder 51

Assembly Bill No. 284: Grand Juries 1974-1975

Contents

Requires the court that impaneled a grand jury where no indictment is returned to order disclosure of witness testimony to defendant and prosecutor for subsequent criminal proceedings.
carton 8, folder 52

Assembly Bill No. 356: Kindergarten Teachers 1974-1975

Contents

Revises kindergarten class requirements by permitting a single session teacher to be assigned to a class so long as hourly requirements do not exceed those of other primary grade teachers in the district.
carton 8, folder 53

Assembly Bill No. 357: School Buildings 1974-1975

Contents

Permits school districts to levy a permissive override tax to rehabilitate educationally unsound school buildings without voter approval.
carton 8, folder 54

Assembly Bill No. 358: Increases in Prisoners' Compensation 1974-1975

Contents

Directs the Department of Corrections to provide for paid employment opportunities for prisoners in every state prison and to compensate them for their labor.
carton 8, folder 55

Assembly Bill No. 359: Marine Traffic Control 1974-1975

Contents

Establishes the Division of Marine Traffic Control and a new public employee classification of ship controller.
carton 8, folder 56

Assembly Bill No.360: Highway Budget 1974-1975

Contents

Provides that funding for highway purposes shall only be made available after the Legislature has appropriated it and deletes the special treatment of the Department of Transportation's budget.
 

Assembly Bill No. 3801: California Highway Patrol Salaries 1974

Contents

Requires the State Personnel Board to make salary increase recommendations for state highway patrolmen.
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Assembly Bill No. 361: Highway Land for Use as Parks 1974-1975

Contents

Requires that land purchased by the Department of Public Works for state highways must be landscaped and maintained as a park for public use if it is not used to highway purposes within 2 years of acquisition.
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Assembly Bill No. 362: Employment of Prisoners 1974-1975

Contents

Requires provision for 10,950 position for prisoner employment.
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Assembly Bill No. 417: Public Utilities Commission Appropriation for Auditors 1974-1975

Contents

Appropriates funds to the Public Utilities Commission for support.
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Assembly Bill No. 418: Medi-Cal Visits 1974-1976

Contents

Changes the limitations on outpatient services and prescription drugs under the Medi-Cal schedule of benefits to a maximum of 24 services and 24 prescription drugs per year.
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Assembly Bill No. 419: Inmate Welfare Fund 1972-1975

Contents

Prohibits the Inmate Welfare Fund from being used to pay for specific expenditures.
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Assembly Bill No. 489: Consenting Adults 1973-1975

Contents

Removes criminal sanctions from adulterous cohabitation and removes specific sanctions from sodomy and oral copulation.
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Assembly Bill No. 490: Automobile Insurance on Volunteers 1975

Contents

Amends auto insurance law to encourage nonprofit organizations to provide volunteer transportation services to seniors and mentally or physically handicapped persons.
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Assembly Bill No. 491: Sealing of Records 1974-1976

Contents

Makes the sealing of records applicable to any person who is arrested then released from custody with proceeding against him dismissed or acquitted.
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Assembly Bill No. 647: Cost of Living Adjustments - Aged, Blind, Disabled 1975

Contents

Provides for semi-annual COLA for the state supplementary program for the aged, blind and disabled.
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Assembly Bill No. 648: Social Service Workers 1975

Contents

Requires one social worker to be out-stationed at federal social security offices for each 500 recipients
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Assembly Bill No. 649: Public Utilities Commission Budget 1975

Contents

Appropriates additional funds to the PUC to provide additional financial examiners to conduct triennial compliance audits.
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Assembly Bill No. 650: Cost of Living Adjustments - AFDC 1975

Contents

Provides for semiannual COLA for the AFDC program.
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Assembly Bill No. 805: Impounded Vehicles 1975

Contents

Requires registered automobile mileage to be included in the notification of removal.
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Assembly Bill No. 806: Juvenile Court - Recording of Testimony 1975-1975

Contents

Requires court reporters to record all hearings before juvenile court referees.
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Assembly Bill No. 940: Judgment: Effect Upon Non-Parties 1975

Contents

Makes the restatement rule a part of the statutory law and provides a procedure for determining whether it applies in a given situation.
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Assembly Bill No. 941: Probate Code: Inheritance 1975

Contents

Repeals language in Probate Code that prevents whose who unintentionally cause the death of someone while committing certain felonies from inheriting from the deceased.
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Assembly Bill No. 1137: Workmen's Compensation Depositions 1975

Contents

Extends the statute of limitations for medical, hospital and disability benefits from one to three years and extends limitations of death benefit claims and reopening cases in which new or further disabilities arise
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Assembly Bill No. 1138: Workmen's Compensation - Extension of Statutory Periods 1975

Contents

Expands existing law applying to injured employees to compensate all persons for expenses incurred in giving deposition at request of employer or insurer.
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Assembly Bill No. 1172: Vocational Rehabilitation 1975

Contents

Appropriates funding to the Department of Industrial Relations for implementation of a rehabilitation unit.
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Assembly Bill No. 1268: Environmental Impact: School Districts 1975

Contents

Authorizes school districts that have coterminous boundaries with a city or county to use the same Environmental Quality Act requirements for preparation of Environmental Impact Reports.
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Assembly Bill No. 1454: Station Wagon License Plates 1975

Contents

Allows an employee who is required to use a station wagon for business to receive special plates that permit use of designated loading zones.
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Assembly Bill No. 1459: Public Employees Retirement System - Service Credits 1974-1975

Contents

Permits members of PERS to receive up to 2 years of retirement service credit for approved leaves of absence.
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Assembly Bill No. 1505: Department of Transportation - Project Report Distribution 1975

Contents

Requires every highway district to mail its "Status of Unadvertised Projects" report to any library located within the district upon the request of the library.
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Assembly Bill No. 1532: Child Health and Disability Prevention Program 1975

Contents

Makes changes to the Child Health and Disability Prevention Program relating to health screening examinations, information to parents, and school district reports.
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Assembly Bill No. 1689: CSUC Employees 1975

Contents

Requires the Trustee of the CSUC to equalize rules for all nonacademic employees; creates and adjusts nonacademic job classifications, fill vacant positions, establish a system-wide selection procedure.
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Assembly Bill No. 1750: Pilotage Rates 1975

Contents

Increases pilotage charges assessed against shipping companies for the purchase of a new pilot boat.
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Assembly Bill No. 1751: Podiatry 1975

Contents

Redefines podiatry as the examination, diagnosis and treatment of the human foot and changes the name of certification to podiatric physician and surgeon.
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Assembly Bill No. 1752: State Agencies: Printing and Binding Contracts 1975

Contents

Requires all state agencies to provide for prevailing industry wages and fringe benefits in all printing and binding contracts
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Assembly Bill No. 1753: Pregnancy Leaves 1975

Contents

Requires all public agencies to grant leaves for pregnancy and childbirth convalescence.
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Assembly Bill No. 1828: Small Claims Court 1975

Contents

Establishes pilot program to review small claims court procedure to stimulate its use by individual litigants by offering night and Saturday sessions; revising forms and times and more.
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Assembly Bill No. 1957: Medi-Cal Podiatry Services 1975-1976

Contents

Provides that podiatric services are covered on an in- or outpatient basis.
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Assembly Bill No. 1958: Health and Welfare Agency 1975

Contents

Designates the Department of Benefit Payments as the single administrator of aid and the Department of Health as the single administrator of services.
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Assembly Bill No. 2103: Medi-Cal 1975-1976

Contents

Removes the Health and Welfare Agency as the single state agency responsible for the administration of social services and Aid to Families with Dependent Children programs.
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Assembly Bill No. 2223: Labor Rehabilitation 1975-1976

Contents

Establishes new system to ensure rehabilitation services to injured workers by creating the Workers' Rehabilitation Unit and setting standards for personnel.
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Assembly Bill No. 2430: Crimes 1975-1976

Contents

Makes a change to the diversion law relating to being under the influence of a controlled substance.
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Assembly Bill No. 2431: Marriage 1975-1976

Contents

Repeals Sect. 159a of the Penal Code that prohibits advertising offering aid in procuring a divorce.
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Assembly Bill No. 2446: Home Furnishings Fire Retardant Equipment 1975-1976

Contents

Exempts certain furniture from the fire retardant requirement.
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Assembly Bill No. 2449: Department of Justice 1975

Contents

Appropriates fund to pay a judgment in favor of named individuals against eight state employees for an incident at Soledad prison in which a white officer shot and killed three black inmates.
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Assembly Bill No. 2497: Highway Patrol Salaries 1975

Contents

Appropriates funds for the State Transportation Fund to account for increasing compensation of Highway Patrol personnel.
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Assembly Bill No. 2542: Public Social Services 1975

Contents

Transfers the administration of In-home supportive services to the State Department of Health.
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Assembly Bill No. 2543: Public Social Services 1975-1976

Contents

Provides COLA for social services personnel.
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Assembly Bill No. 2550: Public Social Services 1975-1976

Contents

Appropriates funds for in-home supportive services under the State Supplementary Program.
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Assembly Bill No. 2901: Condominiums 1976

Contents

Authorizes an incorporated condominium owner's association to maintain actions for damages caused by others.
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Assembly Bill No. 2920; Fire Insurance 1976

Contents

Prohibits insurers from suing tenants to recover money paid to landlords to recover costs of repairs. It also prohibits landlords from using tenants for fire damage if they have already been paid by insurers.
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Assembly Bill No. 3013: Inheritance Tax Referees 1976

Contents

Limits the appraisal fee received by an inheritance tax referee to a maximum of $5,000 unless the court grants the referees application for a higher amount.
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Assembly Bill No. 3068: Limitations of Actions 1976

Contents

Changes the length of time an action can be taken against an attorney for professional negligence.
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Assembly Bill No. 3069: University of California Podiatry 1976

Contents

Appropriates funds to the UC Regents to support an educational and research program in podiatric medicine.
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Assembly Bill No. 3070: Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Insurance 1976-1977

Contents

Authorizes the State Compensation Insurance Fund to insure workers under the U.S. Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act.
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Assembly Bill No. 3151: Labor - Collective Bargaining Agreements 1976

Contents

Makes any collective-bargaining agreement binding for successor employers during the duration of the agreement.
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Assembly Bill No. 3152: Controlled Substances - Fines and Forfeitures 1976

Contents

Requires all counties to establish a special account for deposit of all fines and bail forfeitures relating to marijuana offenses. Funds are to be used to support drug abuse services.
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Assembly Bill No. 3154: Housing Authorities - Commissioners - San Francisco 1976

Contents

Requires the mayor to appoint 5 members plus 2 additional tenants to the authority. Requires all commissioners appointed to be residents of that city.
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Assembly Bill No. 3401: Pharmacists 1976

Contents

Modifies criteria required for graduates of foreign pharmacy schools to take the pharmacy licensing examination.
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Assembly Bill No. 3406: Community Colleges Capital Outlay 1976

Contents

Allows community college districts which operate more than one campus or center to submit a separate capital construction plan for each college.
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Assembly Bill No. 3412; Senior Citizens' Property Tax Assistance Budget 1976

Contents

Augments appropriation the Budget Act of 1976 to fund the senior citizens' property tax assistance program.
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Assembly Bill No. 3472: Fire Prevention Suits 1976

Contents

Provides that in actions brought against landlords for failure to comply with fire prevention rules, the landlord is liable for court costs and attorney fees if he did not prevail.
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Assembly Bill No. 3606: Small Claims Courts 1976-1978

Contents

Establishes experimental projects to revise small claims court procedures to stimlate their use by individual litigants.
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Assembly Bill No. 3759: Public Employer-Employee Relations 1976

Contents

Gives public employees the right to form an employee organization and bargain collectively through representatives of their choosing and provides for binding arbitration for fire fighters and police officers. Establishes a Public Employment Relations Board of members appointed by the governor.
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Assembly Bill No. 3765: Personal Income Tax - Minimum Tax 1976

Contents

Excludes capital gains from the sale of certain farm property and includes the non-taxed portion as farm gross income.
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Assembly Bill No. 4027: Student Financial Aid Programs 1976

Contents

Requires that income from an applicant's parents or spouse be considered in determining need-based, state-funding student aid.
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Assembly Bill No. 4085: University & College Employee Health Benefits 1973-1976

Contents

Allows CSUC employees working less than half-time and on approved leave to enroll in the health benefits plan.
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Assembly Bill No. 4086: Vehicle Salvage Certificates 1976

Contents

Makes changes regarding salvage certificates for total loss vehicles.
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Assembly Bill No. 4087: Workmen's Compensation Lump Sum Payments 1976

Contents

Changes the prohibition regarding commutation of benefits into a lump sum for certain medical and hospital treatments.
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Assembly Bill No. 4221: Licensing Agencies - Public Members Department of Consumer Affairs 1976

Contents

Requires the Governor to appoint public members to vacancies on licensing boards and thereby revise the composition of the boards.
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Assembly Bill No. 4284: Child Health and Disability Prevention Program 1976

Contents

Increases the number of voting members on the State Child Health Board and revises the qualifications of membership.
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Assembly Bill No. 4285: Mentally Disordered Sex Offenders 1976-1977

Contents

Allows persons ineligible for probation to be committed to state hospitals as mentally disordered sex offenders. Makes other changes in existing law related to mentally disordered sex offenders.
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Assembly Bill No. 4286: Vehicles Special Permits 1976

Contents

Permits local authorities to issue special permits relating to movement on highways but does not authorized them to collection a fee for this issuance.
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Assembly Bill No. 4315: Educational Opportunity Grants 1976

Contents

Increases the maximum amount of grants to $1,000 per year and extends the permissible renewal period to 5 years.
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Assembly Bill No. Parking - Exemption from Restrictions 1976, 1983

Contents

Permits local authorities to designate certain streets upon which preferential parking privileges can be given to residents and merchants.
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Assembly Bill No. 4317: Insurance Investment Return Assurance 1976

Contents

Removes authority for life insurers to sell investment return assurance insurance and creates a separate class of for this type of insurance.
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Assembly Bill No. 4329: Highway Patrol Equipment 1976

Contents

Appropriates funds for the purchase of safety and protective equipment for the California Highway Patrol.
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Assembly Bill No. 4343: Hastings College of Law 1975-1976

Contents

Makes statutory changes in the board of directors.
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Assembly Bill No. 4344: CSUC Employees 1976

Contents

Requires the trustees to establish a 4-step systemwide grievance procedure for non-academic employees.
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Assembly Bill No. 4345: Practice of Medicine 1976

Contents

Requires the licensing division of the Board of Medical Quality Assurance to administer an oral examination and issue a physician's and surgeon's certificate to any person with a degree from a foreign medical school who successfully passes and meets specific requirements.
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Assembly Bill No. 4346: Rape 1976

Contents

Redefines rape as sexual battery, removes the requirement that the victim resists the perpetrator; removes the exception that a husband cannot rape his wife.
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Assembly Bill No. 4347: Bank and Corporation Taxes 1976

Contents

Requires corporate taxpayers to capitalize the development costs of all fruit and nut trees.
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Assembly Bill No. 4436: Schools - Special Education Apportionment 1976

Contents

Requires that the apportionments to reimburse school districts for tuition payments to parents of children in private special education facilities be made as soon as possible after submission of reports and claims.
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Assembly Bill No. 4440: Eminent Domain Quasi-Public Entities 1976

Contents

Changes the effective date in which local legislative bodies adopt resolutions consenting to eminent domain proceedings by quasi-public entities.
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Assembly Bill No. 4458: Alcoholic Beverages 1976

Contents

Redefines bona fide public eating place to include venues featuring professional sporting events which contain at least 40,000 seats and food preparation facilities.
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Assembly Bill No. 4503: Taxation 1976

Contents

Amends several sections of the Revenue and Taxation Code.
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Assembly Bill No. 4510: Landlord-Tenant Renewal and Termination 1976

Contents

Increases the period for giving notice of intent to terminate to tenants who are 65 or older from 30 to 90 days.
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Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 55: Higher Education 1975-1976

Contents

Requires that regulation of employees of the UC and CSUC systems be in conformity with those governing state employees generally.
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Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 12: SFSU Student Housing 1974-1975

Contents

Requests the CSUC Trustees to retain family student housing at SFSU until an equivalent number of low-cost housing units are made available.
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Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 44: City and County Charter - San Francisco 1975

Contents

Approves amendments to the charter of the City and County of San Francisco.
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Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 73 1975

Contents

Requests the Judicial Council to compile data to pertaining claims filed in small claims court.
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Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 104 1975

Contents

Requests the CSUC Trustees to establish labor study programs in Northern and Southern California.
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Assembly Joint Resolution No. 73: Regarding Senate Bill No. 1 - Criminal Justice Report Act 1976

Contents

Urges the President and Congress to prevent enactment of Senate Bill No. 1
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House Resolution No. 78: Prostitution 1975-1976

Contents

Requests a study of prostitution laws in California.
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Preprint Assembly Bill No. 7: Small Claims Courts 1975-1976

Contents

Establishes experimental projects to revise small claims court procedures and stimulate their use by individual litigants.
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Assembly Bill No. 298: Legal Malpractice - Statute of Limitations 1977

Contents

Creates a separate statute of limitations of four years from date of negligent act of legal malpractice.
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Assembly Bill No. 385: Birth Certificate Revision 1977-1994

Contents

Authorizes a procedure for establishment of a new birth certificate for a person whose sexual characteristics have been surgically altered to the opposite sex.
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Assembly Bill No. 803: Discrimination 1977-1978

Contents

Bans discrimination based on ethnic group, religion, age, sex, color, physical or mental disability.
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Assembly Bill No. 1341: Retirement - Golden Gate Bridge Employees 1977

Contents

Applies PERS "patrol" formula to the Golden Gate Bridge Highway District Employees.
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Assembly Bill No. 1345: Unemployment Insurance Appropriation 1977 April

Contents

Provides that wages for purposes of contribution for unemployment insurance does not include remuneration paid to an individual in excess of an unspecified amount.
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Assembly Bill No. 1370: Horseracing 1977

Contents

Increases the members of the Horse Racing Board appointed by the Governor from 3 to 5 and extensively revises the Horse Racing Law.
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Assembly Bill No. 1371: Violent Offenders 1977

Contents

Defines and provides commitment procedures for mentally disordered violent offenders.
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Assembly Bill No. 1402: Sex Offenders 1977

Contents

Makes specific provisions for calculation of terms of imprisonment.
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Assembly Bill No. 1801: Community College Employees 1977

Contents

Removes mandatory order of termination based on ADA and specifies that staff reductions shall be based on seniority, program needs and affirmative action.
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Assembly Bill No. 1802: State Bar Financial Disclosures 1977-1978

Contents

Requires a member of the Board of Governors of the State Bar to disqualify himself if there is a conflict of interest issue.
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Assembly Bill No. 1844: Rental Termination 1977

Contents

Requires a landlord to give 90 days written notices of termination.
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Assembly Bill No. 1845: Home Furnishing Dealer License Fees 1977

Contents

Increases the maximum license fees for the Bureau of Home Furnishings.
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Assembly Bill No. 2152: Birth Certificates 1977-1980

Contents

Specifies that only the minimum content necessary to establish the fact of birth shall be on the certificate.
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Assembly Bill No. 2153: University Employee Workload 1978

Contents

Extends option of participation in the reduced workload program to all academic employees.
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Assembly Bill No. School Employee Workload 1977-1978

Contents

Changes qualification for participation in the reduced workload program for school district and community college employees.
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Assembly Bill No. 2293: Alcoholic Beverages Licenses 1977-1978

Contents

Authorizes the Department of Alcoholic Beverages to issue licenses to nonprofit organizations for buying or selling wine on special occasions.
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Assembly Bill No. 2466: Interest on Security Deposits 1978

Contents

Requires landlords to pay interest on security deposits and requires financial institutions to pay a minimum of 5% on impound accounts.
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Assembly Bill No. 2467: Notice of Termination - Property 1978

Contents

Requires that a landlord or a tenant who wants to terminate an unspecified term rental agreement must give the other party 60 days written notice.
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Assembly Bill No. 2478: Tax Levy Personal Income 1978

Contents

Increases personal income tax credit to $25; adds new 12% tax bracket, exempts amounts paid into retirement or social security.
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Assembly Bill No. 2479: Alcohol Sales - Sports Events 1978

Contents

Eliminates the requirement that balls parks have a seating capacity of at least 40,000.
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Assembly Bill No. 2540: Rehabilitation Hospitals 1978-1981

Contents

Adds a new category of licensure of general acute care/rehabilitation hospitals.
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Assembly Bill No. 2541: Deductions Business Expense 1978

Contents

Denies all allowable business expense deductions for business done in a foreign country practicing apartheid.
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Assembly Bill No. 2662: Public Records 1978

Contents

Tightens exemptions in the California Public Records Act.
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Assembly Bill No. 2663: Assessor Records 1977-1978

Contents

Revises the calculations of inheritance and gift taxes and access to county assessor records by tax referees.
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Assembly Bill No. 2684: Martin Luther King Jr. Day 1978

Contents

Adds MLK day to the holidays specified in the Government Code.
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Assembly Bill No. 2729: Medi-Cal Advertising 1978

Contents

Repeals the law prohibiting providers of medical assistance under Medi-Cal from advertising their services.
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Assembly Bill No. 2730: Medi-Cal Reimbursements 1978

Contents

Shortens the period in which MediCal claims are reviewed and paid.
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Assembly Bill No. 2791: DMV Business Records 1978

Contents

Authorizes the DMV to inspect business records of persons with occupational licenses.
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Assembly Bill No. 2792: Loans to Blind Persons 1978-1979

Contents

Changes the provisions for making low-interest loans to blind persons to establish themselves in businesses and gainful employment.
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Assembly Bill No. 2793: Residential Treatment Facilities 1978

Contents

Provides support for a 5-year project relating to alternative residential treatment for mental illness.
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Assembly Bill No. 2794: School Certified Employees 1978

Contents

Requires school districts to count services in special, bilingual or compensatory education under contract with private or other public agencies as tenure services.
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Assembly Bill No. 2918: Worker's Compensation Contractors 1978

Contents

Provides that where an employer elects for an independent contractor to come under the worker's compensation by election, that contractor retains his status as an independent contractor for all other purposes.
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Assembly Bill No. 2919: Consumer Affairs Exam Review 1978

Contents

Creates an examination unit in the Department of Consumer Affairs to provide technical assistance to licensing agencies.
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Assembly Bill No. 2967: Medi-Cal 1978

Contents

Appropriates additional funding to cover anticipated deficit for the 1977-1978 fiscal year.
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Assembly Bill No. 2993: Food Labeling 1975-1978

Contents

Requires nutritional labeling on prepackaged dairy products.
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Assembly Bill No. 3035: Commission State/Local Finance 1977-1978

Contents

Establishes a commission to develop financial data on state and local government finances to enhance economic growth.
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Assembly Bill No. 3057: Property Tax Assessment 1978

Contents

Changes tax assessments on Section 8 and federally-subsidized housing.
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Assembly Bill No. 3058: Dental Disease - Children 1977-1978

Contents

Provides financial assistance to children suffering from severe dental disease.
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Assembly Bill No. 3341: Tenure - Department Heads 1978

Contents

Revised provisions for certified employees-- department heads in school districts and community colleges--allowing them to acquire tenure.
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Assembly Bill No. 3342: Unemployment Insurance 1978

Contents

Increases unemployment benefits in two stages.
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Assembly Bill No. 3343: Department of Benefits 1978

Contents

Revises procedure for addressing noncompliance by county welfare directors.
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Assembly Bill No. 3344: Jury Duty 1978

Contents

Prohibits an employer from discouraging employees from fulfilling jury duty and prohibits discrimination against employees who fulfill their duty.
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Assembly Bill No. 3513: Juvenile Court 1978

Contents

Provides that a minor may elect to have a preliminary hearing to determine his fitness for juvenile court.
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Assembly Bill No. 3514: Psychotherapists 1944, 1977-1978

Contents

Provides psychotherapists with legal protection when a patient is deemed a danger to a third person.
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Assembly Bill No. 3515: Personal Income Deductions 1978-1980

Contents

Repeals the sunset provision on existing law relating to denial of tax deduction on sub-standard housing.
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Assembly Bill No. 3516: Admission Day 1978

Contents

Requires that school districts that do not designate Sept. 9 (Admission Day) as a paid holiday must provide a substitute holiday.
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Assembly Bill No. 3517: Longshormen's and Harbor Workers' Insurance 1978

Contents

Authorizes the State Compensation Insurance Fund to California employers for exposure under the Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers Compensation Act or other federal maritime laws.
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Assembly Bill No. 3518: Student Financial Aid 1976-1978

Contents

Provides that an applicant for a need-based student grant who is 30 or older is not required to provide information on his parents finances.
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Assembly Bill No. 3519: Post Secondary Education 1978

Contents

Requires all California public and private colleges to adopt rules regarding disclosure of academic criteria and appeals procedures regarding grades academic probation and expulsion.
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Assembly Bill No. 3639: Retaliatory Eviction 1978-1979

Contents

Specifies what constitutes a retaliatory act by a landlord and provides a time frame.
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Assembly Bill No. 3694: Discrimination State-Funded Activities 1978

Contents

Provides that no person shall be discriminated against in any state-funded program or activity.
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Assembly Bill No. 3768: Real Estate Licenses 1978

Contents

Prohibits a real estate licensee from demanding or receiving a commission for referring clients to any escrow agent, pest control firm, title issuer or underwriting title company. Authorizes the Real Estate Commissioner to deny, suspend or revoke licenses for these actions.
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Assembly Bill No. 3830: General Election 1978

Contents

Specifies that ACA 47 (housing) will appear on the November 1978 ballot.
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Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 47: Low Rent Housing 1978

Contents

Deletes the prohibition on developing, constructing or acquiring low rent housing projects unless 50% of the registered voters approve the action. Instead, these projects are subject public notice and a referendum.
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Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 67: Rehabilitation Hospitals 1977

Contents

Resolves that the State Department of Health shall adopt regulations regarding the Special Hospitals (Rehabilitation) category.
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Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 72: Assessment - Golf Courses 1978

Contents

Denies special property tax assessment procedures to any nonprofit golf course which discriminates on the basis of race, sex, age, nationality or religion.
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Assembly Concurrent Resolution: ACA 47 Withdrawal 1978

Contents

Directs the Secretary of State to withdraw ACA No. 47 from the ballot.
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Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 56: Bay Bridge Run 1977-1978

Contents

Authorizes closure of two lanes on the Bay Bridge for use in a marathon race.
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Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 57: Bay Bridge Run 1978

Contents

Authorizes closure of two lanes on the Bay Bridge for use in a marathon race.
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Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 91: Office of Alcoholism 1978

Contents

Requests that the State Alcoholism Advisory Board review all advertising materials 10 days before implementation.
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Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 109: Child Health Disability Program 1978

Contents

Directs the Director of Health Services to make the Child Health Disability Program a separate branch in the Department of Health Services.
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Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 134: Dept. of Food and Agricultural Advertising 1978

Contents

Requires the director of Food and Agriculture to adopt advertising guidelines to promote good taste and non-discriminatory content for use by the agriculture advisory boards.
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Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 136: Medi-Cal Reimbursements 1978

Contents

Requests adoption of reimbursement regulations regarding physicians working in health care teams with nurses.
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Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 153: State and Local Finance 1978

Contents

Establishes a Joint Legislative Committee on State and Local Finance and an Advisory Task Force to collect and analyze data on financial matters.
carton 15, Folder 21

Assembly Joint Resolution No. 23: Workers' Compensation - Fishing 1977

Contents

Requests Congress to amend the Longshoremen's and Harbor Worker's Compensation Act to exempt the recreational boating and commercial fishing industries from its provisions.
carton 15, Folder 22

Assembly Joint Resolution No. 70: Native American 1978

Contents

Urges the President and U.S. Congress to take action to defeat all proposed legislation that threaten the treaty rights of Native Americans or their tribal sovereignty.
carton 16, folder 1

Assembly Bill No. 83: Property Tax Allocation 1978-1979

Contents

Provides for the allocation of property tax revenue to local agencies and schools.
carton 16, folders 2-4

Assembly Bill No. 93: Personal Income Tax 1979-1980

Contents

Revises various provisions of California's Bank and Corporation, Personal Income, and Inheritance Tax laws so they conform to federal law.
carton 16, folder 5

Assembly Bill No. 94: Property Tax Assistance 1979

Contents

Allows blind persons of any age to claim assistance under the Senior Citizen's Property Tax Assistance Program.
carton 16, folder 6

Assembly Bill No. 156: Property Taxation - Full Cash Value 1979

Contents

Enacts a comprehensive measure addressing all aspects of assessment practice under Article XIII of the California Constitution.
carton 16, folder 7

Assembly Bill No. 189: Health Funding - Family Practice 1975-1979

Contents

Renews funding for the Song-Brown Family Physician Training Act to increase the number of physicians and assistants in family practice.
carton 16, folder 8

Assembly Bill No. 315: Marijuana 1979

Contents

Reduces penalties from cultivation of marijuana for personal use from a felony to a misdemeanor.
carton 16, folder 9

Assembly Bill No. 380: Charter Commission 1979

Contents

Provides a procedure to fill vacancies on Charter Commissions by mayoral appointment.
carton 16, folder 10

Assembly Bill No. 402: Kindergarten - Minimum Day 1979

Contents

Authorizes school districts to maintain double session kindergarten classes.
carton 16, folder 11

Assembly Bill No. 770: Interest - Personal Injury 1979

Contents

Extends the period in which an award for personal injury damages collects interest.
carton 16, folder 12

Assembly Bill No. 818: San Francisco Bar Pilot Pension 1979

Contents

Increases the pilotage rates for San Francisco, San Pablo and Suisun Bays and the charges levied for pilotage services to finance the bar pilots pension plan.
carton 16, folders 13-14

Assembly Bill No. 819: Alcoholic Beverages Liability 1979

Contents

Deletes the existing immunity of a person selling or furnishing alcohol making them liable in the event a third person is injured or killed.
carton 17, folder 1

Assembly Bill No. 841: SF Bar Pilots Pension 1979

Contents

Increases the pension for widows of deceased pilots and deletes the 5-year service requirement for qualification for a pension.
carton 17, folder 2

Assembly Bill No. 858: Permit Fees 1979

Contents

Authorizes local authorities to charge a fee for issuance of special permits allowing vehicles otherwise considered unlawful to travel on highways.
carton 17, folder 3

Assembly Bill No. 911: Notaries Public 1979

Contents

Deletes one of the fees that can be charged for a notary public relating to depositions.
carton 17, folder 4

Assembly Bill No. 915: Payroll Deductions - Charities 1979-1980

Contents

Allows the State Board of Control to approve payroll deduction requests from charitable organizations.
carton 17, folder 5

Assembly Bill No. 962: No Profit on Crime 1979-1980

Contents

Requires that persons who contracts with criminal defendants for interviews, books, movies, etc. must pay the proceeds to the Board of Control for compensation to victims of the crime.
carton 17, folder 6

Assembly Bill No. 962: Small Claims Court 1979

Contents

Authorizes funding for the continuation of a pilot program in small claims courts.
carton 17, folder 7

Assembly Bill No. 963: Real Estate Licenses 1979

Contents

Adds home protection companies to the list of service companies which a real estate licensee is prohibited from referring clients to for a commission or other compensation.
carton 17, folders 8-9

Assembly Bill No. 964: High Rise Fire Protection 1978-1980

Contents

Exempts residential owner-occupied structures containing 10 or less units from high rise structure fire safety regulations.
carton 17, folder 10

California Black Commission on Alcoholism 1975-1979

Contents

Correspondence from the CBCA and news clippings.
carton 17, folder 11

Assembly Bill No. 965: Alcoholic Beverages - Free Port 1980

Contents

Permits retail licensees who purchase alcoholic beverages in California to store them in a free port warehouse out of state.
carton 17, folder 12

Assembly Bill No. 965: Alcoholic Beverages - Advertising 1980

Contents

Prohibits the Dept. of Alcoholic Beverage Control from regulating advertising of licensees.
carton 17, folder 13

Assembly Bill No. 1077: Dental Disease - Children 1979

Contents

Adds severe dental disease as a benefit to the California Children's Services Programs.
carton 17, folder 14

Assembly Bill No. 1078: Taxation 1979 March

Contents

Exempts from the sales and use tax any amount designated as a service charge added tot he price of a meal and made in lieu of tips.
carton 17, folder 15

Assembly Bill No. 1131: State Contracts 1979-1980

Contents

Establishes a system for awarding contracts over $100,000.
carton 17, folder 16

Assembly Bill No. 1471: Inheritance and Gift Tax 1979

Contents

Makes a technical change to Chapter 1388, Statutes of 1978.
carton 17, folder 17

Assembly Bill No. 1488: Property Tax Conformity 1979

Contents

Makes administrative and technical changes relating to property assessment and tax collection.
carton 17, folder 18

Assembly Bill No. 1501: Horse Racing Policies 1979

Contents

Adds the providing and maintaining of employment as a policy of the Horse Racing Law.
carton 17, folder 19

Assembly Bill No. 1514: Department of Health Grants 1979

Contents

Authorizes the Department of Health to administer a grant program for the purposes of providing health care in underserved urban areas.
carton 17, folder 20

Assembly Bill No. 2372: Renters Credit 1978

Contents

Appropriates funds for the Renters' Tax Relief program to cover an expected shortfall.
carton 18, folders 1-3

Assembly Bill No. 1514: Urban Primary Health Care 1979-1980

Contents

Extends eligibility for the Health Facility Construction Loan Insurance Program to primary care clinics. Enacts the Primary Care Clinics Facility Grants and Loans Act.
carton 18, folder 4

Assembly Bill No. 1515: Education - Arts 1979-1980

Contents

Specifies that arts and humanities be included in school improvement plans.
carton 18, folder 5

Assembly Bill No. 1535: Inheritance Tax 1979-1980

Contents

Prohibits a person from acting as an Inheritance Tax Referee after expiration of his term.
carton 18, folder 6

Assembly Bill No. 1886: State Teachers Retirement System 1978-1979

Contents

Amends STRS law to eliminate the off-set against federal military disability benefits.
carton 18, folder 7

Assembly Bill No. 1887: Postsecondary Education Student Aid 1979-1980

Contents

Authorizes the Student Aid Comission to contract with Meharry Medical College to reserve space in its first-year class for California residents to promote preparation of physicians and dentists who will serve in underserved areas of the state.
carton 18, folder 8

Assembly Bill No. 1888: CPA Exam Waiver 1979

Contents

Authorizes waiver of exam upon determination of education and experience qualifications.
carton 18, folder 9

Assembly Bill No. 2353: Legal Assistance - Paternity 1980-1981

Contents

Authorizes public defenders to represent any person in a civil case relating to paternity with the potential of criminal liability.
carton 18, folder 10

Assembly Bill No. 2360: Counsel - Paternity Cases 1980

Contents

Requires the appointment of counsel to represent person alleged to be the parent of a child in any action brought to establish relationship.
carton 18, folder 11

Assembly Bill No. 2609: Petroleum Franchise Sale 1980

Contents

Enacts certain restrictions on the ability of a franchise grantor of a gasoline station to restrict the franchisee from selling his interest.
carton 18, folder 12

Assembly Bill No. 2690: Minimum Wage Maximum Workweek 1980

Contents

Enacts the California Fair Labor Standards Act requiring a minimum wage of $4.50/hour and a maximum workweek of 35 hours.
carton 18, folder 13

Assembly Bill No. 2835: Voter Registration - Schools 1980

Contents

Allows school staff to be deputized for the purpose of registering qualified voters.
carton 18, folder 14

Assembly Bill No. 2995: Pilots San Francisco Bay 1980

Contents

Increases the pilotage rates, lowers the minimum retirement age, and increases the pension rate.
carton 19, folder 1

Assembly Bill No. 2999: Peace Officer Employment 1980

Contents

Prohibits the employment as a peace officer of any person who is a member of an organization that denies the constitutional rights of any class of people.
carton 19, folder 2

Assembly Bill No. 3000: State Employees Discipline 1980

Contents

Adds to the listed causes for discipline the use of any materials not authorized during on-duty hours.
carton 19, folder 3

Assembly Bill No. 3189: Civil Action - New Trial 1980

Contents

Limits the power of courts to overturn jury verdicts by narrowing the standards for granting a new trial.
carton 19, folder 4

Assembly Bill No. 3334: Optician Rental Space 1980

Contents

Prohibits landlord-tenant relationships between optometrists and dispensing opticians unless it is based on fair market value.
carton 19, folder 5

Assembly Bill No. 3335: State Bar Referral Liability 1980-1981

Contents

Provides immunity for organizations authorized by the State Bar to provide referral services.
carton 19, folder 6

Assembly Bill No. 15: Property Tax - Diplomatic Use 1980

Contents

Cancels taxes levied on property used by a foreign government for diplomatic purposes and leased to a tax-exempt organization for non-diplomatic purposes.
carton 19, folder 7

Assembly Bill No. 83: Funding - Local Agencies 1978-1979

Contents

Reallocates property tax revenue from K-14 (community college) schools to cities, counties and special districts.
carton 19, folder 8

Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 8: Low Rent Housing Referendum 1978-1979

Contents

Corrects a technical error in Article 34 of the referendum.
carton 19, folder 9

Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 28: Assessment - Golf Courses 1979-1980

Contents

Denies special property tax assessment procedure to any non-profit golf course that discriminates on any basis.
carton 19, folder 10

Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 40: Superior Court 1979-1980

Contents

Reduces the requisite period of State Bar membership or service as a judge from 10 to 7 years in order to be eligible to become a superior court judge.
carton 19, folder 11

Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 85: City and County Charters - Residents 1980

Contents

Permits a chartered city or county to impose an employee residency requirement in its charter.
carton 19, folder 12

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 4: Withdraws ACA 47 1978

Contents

Withdraws ACA 47 from the ballot.
carton 19, folder 13

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 14: Martin Luther King, Jr. 1979

Contents

Honors MLK on the 50th anniversary of his birth.
carton 19, folder 14

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 60: Brown Decision 1979

Contents

Proclaims May 17 as a day to remember and rededicate to the ideals of the Brown v. Board of Education decision on its 25th anniversary.
carton 19, folder 15

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 70: University of California Employee Benefits 1979

Contents

Requests the UC Regents to revise the retirement regulations to provide for industrial death and disability benefits for employees of the Neuropsychiatric Institute.
carton 19, folders 16-17

Assembly Bill No. 622: Counsel Paternity Cases 1981-1982

Contents

Allows the court to appoint an attorney for a paternity suit defendant who is indigent.
carton 19, folder 18

Assembly Bill No. 799: Public Assistance 1981-1982

Contents

Addresses changes in the Aid for Families with Dependent Children program.
carton 19, folder 19

Assembly Bill No. 800: Senator Hotel 1981

Contents

Allows for the State to purchase the Senator Hotel for legislative office space.
carton 19, folder 20

Assembly Bill No. 981: Sentencing - Victims Testimony 1981

Contents

Grants victims the right to attend a sentencing hearing and to submit a written statement.
carton 19, folder 21

Assembly Bill No. 985: Local Public Prosecution and Defender 1981-1982

Contents

Appropriates funding for the Office of Criminal Justice Planning to train public prosecutors and defenders.
carton 19, folder 22

Assembly Bill No. 990: Cling Peaches 1981

Contents

Authorizes the state to match industry research funding to develop higher natural fructose in cling peaches.
carton 19, folder 23

Seniors' Nonpartisan Legislative Club 1979 February

Contents

Proclaims a resolution by the Senior's Nonpartisan Legislative Club protesting the decision in the Brian Weber case.
carton 20, folder 1

Assembly Bill No. 1215: Agricultural Investment Program 1981

Contents

Appropriates fund to create the Agricultural Investment Fund to provide grants for research in energy and soil conservation, water quality management and genetic engineering.
carton 20, folder 2

Assembly Bill No. 1835: San Francisco Bar Pilots 1981

Contents

Alters regulations governing activities and pension plan for Bay Area bay pilots.
carton 20, folder 3

Assembly Bill No. 1836: SF Bar Pilots Rate Adjustment 1981

Contents

Increases on component of the pilotage rates.
carton 20, folder 4

Assembly Bill No. 1913: Acute Care Certificate 1981

Contents

Exempts general acute care hospitals from requiring a certificate of need to establish a cardiac surgery service.
carton 20, folder 5

Assembly Bill No. 1966: UC Regents - Conflict of Interest 1981

Contents

Prohibits UC Regents from having ownership interest in a corporation in which the university funds are invested.
carton 20, folder 6

Assembly Bill No. 2180: Golden Gate Bridge Board 1981

Contents

Abolishes the current Board of Directors of the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District, and requires the California Transportation Commission to serve in its place.
carton 20, folder 7

Assembly Bill No. 2240: Legislators Cost of Living Increase 1981

Contents

Increases the salaries of the members of the legislature, constitutional officers and the chairman and members of the Board of Equalization.
carton 20, folder 8

Assembly Bill No. 2909: Airport Noise Abatement 1982

Contents

Prohibits civil action for damages against an airport operating in compliance with state noise standards.
carton 20, folder 9

Assembly Bill No. 3474: Economic and Business Development 1982

Contents

Adds to the responsibilities of the Department of Economic and Business Development the mobilization of state resources to assist new and expanding industries in training workers.
carton 20, folder 10

Assembly Bill No. 3480: Health Services 1982

Contents

Abolishes the California Health Facilities Commission and creates a new one with less members and revised responsibilities.
carton 20, folder 11

Assembly Bill No. 3500: Retail Liquor License 1982

Contents

Permits a hotel with at least 150 guest rooms to have an on-sale and off-sale liquor license.
carton 20, folder 12

Assembly Bill No. 3603: Inland Pilot License 1982

Contents

Intends is to create a unified system of regulations for inland and bay pilots.
carton 20, folder 13

Assembly Bill No. 3604: Bar Pilotage Rate Adjustment 1982-1983

Contents

Increases pilotage rates and raises the monthly pension for retired or disabled pilots.
carton 20, folder 14

Assembly Bill No. 3727: Medical Corporation Shareholders 1982

Contents

Authorizes medical corporations to own stock in other medical corporations.
carton 20, folders 15-16

Assembly Bill No. 3757: International Trade 1982-1983

Contents

Creates a California State World Trade Commission to expand the state's international trade.
carton 20, folders 17

Assembly Bill No. 95: Golden Gate Board of Directors 1981-1982

Contents

Creates the Golden Gate Transit District and abolishes the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District. Transfers ownership of the Golden Gate Bridge to the California Transportation Commission.
carton 20, folder 18

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 23: Joint Committee - Mass Transit 1981

Contents

Creates the Joint Committee on Mass Transit and defines its membership and responsibilities.
carton 20, folder 19

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 35: Ella Hill Hutch 1981

Contents

Memorializes Ella Hill Hutch on her death.
carton 20, folder 20

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 59: Frank Lanterman 1981

Contents

Commemorates Frank Lanterman.
carton 20, folder 21

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 83: San Francisco 49ers 1982

Contents

Congratulates the SF 49ers on winning the World Championship.
carton 20, folder 22

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 84: Joint Rules Audits 1982

Contents

Requires that all Rules Committees submit a detailed budget to the Dept. of Finance and that an annual audit take place.
carton 20, folder 23

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 92: Wiley W. Manuel 1981-1982

Contents

Names the Administrative Hearing Room in honor of Justice Wiley W. Manuel.
carton 20, folder 24

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 118: Cling Peach Week 1982

Contents

Proclaims April 5-9 as "Cling Peach Week."
carton 20, folder 25

Assembly Joint Resolution No. 36: Intercity Rail System 1981

Contents

Expresses support for a national railroad passenger system and urges Congress to fund Amtrak to maintain passenger service.
carton 20, folder 26

Assembly Joint Resolution No. 46: Continental Airlines 1981

Contents

Supports Continental employees in their efforts to acquire control of the airlines through the creation of an Employee Stock Ownership Trust.
carton 20, folder 27

Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 48: Labor Disputes - Students 1977, 1981-1982

Contents

Prohibits any person involved in education from encouraging students to become employed where a labor dispute exists.
carton 20, folder 28

Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 49: Commission on Judicial Appointments 1981-1982

Contents

Revises the membership of the commission and fixes their terms.
carton 20, folder 29

House Resolution No. 45: Agriculture Day 1982

Contents

Proclaims March 18, 1982 as "Agriculture Day."
carton 20, folder 30

House Resolution No. 58: Howard L. Berman 1982

Contents

Expresses appreciation to Berman for his work in the California Legislature.
carton 20, folder 31

House Resolution No. 62: Leroy F. Green 1982

Contents

Expresses appreciation to Green for his work in the California Legislature.
carton 20, folder 32

House Resolution No. 64: Gary K. Hart 1982

Contents

Expresses appreciation to Hart for his work in the California Legislature.
carton 20, folder 33

House Resolution No. 70: Mel Levine 1982

Contents

Expresses appreciation to Levine for his work in the California Legislature.
carton 20, folder 34

House Resolution No. 72: Leo T. McCarthy 1982

Contents

Expresses appreciation to McCarthy for his service as member, speaker and speaker pro tempore of the California State Assembly.
carton 21, folder 1

Assembly Bill No. 84: San Francisco Harbor 1983-1984

Contents

Requires the Director of Transportation to negotiate with the San Francisco Port Commission for a parcel of land for a future sports stadium.
carton 21, folder 2

Assembly Bill No. 328: Junior Driver Permits 1983

Contents

Allows the DMV to issue junior permits to disabled persons between 15 and 18 years of age.
carton 21, folder 3

Assembly Bill No. 626: Public Prosecutor and Defender Training 1983

Contents

Creates a Local Public Proscecutors and Public Defenders Training Fund.
carton 21, folder 4

Assembly Bill No. 1978: Restaurant Tax Levy 1979

Contents

Exempts from the sales and use tax any amount designated as a service charge added to the price of meals and which is made in lieu of tips.
carton 21, folder 5

Assembly Bill No. 1077: Dental Disease 1979

Contents

Requires that children with severe dental disease be covered by the California Children's Services Program.
carton 21, folder 6

Assembly Bill No. 1428: Payment in Kind 1982

Contents

Amends the Personal Income Tax Law and the Bank and Corporation Tax Law to eliminate various tax loopholes.
carton 21, folder 7

Assembly Bill No. 1428: Closing Tax Loopholes 1983-1984

Contents

Makes changes to the Personal Income Tax Law and the Bank and Corporation Tax Law authorizing a taxpayer to elect tax treatment to conform with federal law.
carton 21, folder 8

Assembly Bill No. 1480: California Highway Patrol Salary 1983

Contents

Requires the State Personnel Board to make recommendations on salaries and benefits for California Highway Patrolmen.
carton 21, folder 9

Assembly Bill No. 1481: San Francisco Harbor Development 1981-1983

Contents

Obligates San Francisco to use port revenues to pay on state bonds.
carton 21, folder 10

Assembly Bill No. 1515: UC Health Science Program 1983

Contents

Addresses the oversupply of specialist physicians and the undersupply of primary care physicians by reviewing the General Fund support of UC Health Science program and the UC's role in meeting the state's medical and social health needs.
carton 21, folder 11

Assembly Bill No. 1720: Profit from Wrongdoing 1983

Contents

Makes non-substantive change to Sect. 3517 of the Civil Code.
carton 21, folder 12

Assembly Bill No. 1721: Wrongful Acts 1983

Contents

Authorizes the Attorney General to sue a convicted felon for government costs of trial, conviction and incarceration.
carton 21, folder 13

Assembly Bill No. 1722: Historic State Capitol Complex 1983-1984

Contents

Creates a Historic State Capitol Commission to manage restoration and operation of reconstructed portion of the State Capitol.
carton 21, folder 14

Assembly Bill No. 1723: Float Bill 1983

Contents

Requires all financial institutions to make deposited amounts available for customer withdrawal.
carton 21, folder 15

Assembly Bill No. 1797: Target Area Contract Preference 1983-1984

Contents

Repeals the sunset date on a provision of the Target Area Contract Preference Act.
carton 21, folder 16

Assembly Bill No. 1798: Elections - Legal Residence 1984

Contents

Sepecifies the domicile of representative in Congress and members of the legislature as the address indicated on the person's current affidavit of registration.
carton 22, folders 1-3

Assembly Bill No. 1944: Agriculture Cooperative Bargaining 1983-1984

Contents

Strengthens existing law which allows farmers to organize into cooperative bargaining associations and requires processors, handlers and distributors to bargain with those associations.
carton 22, folder 4

Assembly Bill No. 1945: Agriculture Investment Fund 1983

Contents

Creates an agricultural investment program to provide grants for research and development.
carton 22, folder 5

Assembly Bill No. 2000: California World Trade Commission 1983

Contents

Establishes the California State World Trade Commission Export Guarantee Fund and authorizes it to provide loans.
carton 22, folder 6

Assembly Bill No. 2105: Small Business Procurement 1983

Contents

Makes technical changes to the Small Business Procurement and Contract Act.
carton 22, folder 7

Assembly Bill No. 2337: San Francisco MUNI Fares 1984

Contents

Authorizes the Metropolitan Transportation Commission to redefine fare revenue to include local support for the transit system.
carton 22, folder 8

Assembly Bill No. 2635: Mendocino V. People 1984

Contents

Responds to recent State Supreme Court ruling and calls for the continuation of state control over the use and application of pesticides.
carton 22, folders 9-11

Assembly Bill No. 2767: Historic State Capitol Commission 1984

Contents

Creates a Historic State Capitol Commission and defines its membership and duties.
carton 22, folder 12

Assembly Bill No. 3147: Fair Political Practices Commission 1984

Contents

Strengthens existing conflict of interest laws affecting state legislators.
carton 22, folders 13-14

Assembly Bill No. 3165: Controlled Substances 1983-1984

Contents

Establishes a new criminal provision and increases penalties for the manufacturing and compounding of controlled substances.
carton 23, folder 1

Assembly Bill No. 3260: Excusable Homicide 1984

Contents

Repeals certain out of date laws in the Penal Code.
carton 23, folder 2

Assembly Bill No. 3365: Judges Salaries 1984

Contents

Provides additional compensation to judges under certain circumstances.
carton 23, folder 3

Assembly Bill No. 3366: Pacific Islanders 1984

Contents

Requires state agencies to include the category of Pacific Islander in statistical tabulations.
carton 23, folder 4

Assembly Bill No. 3619: San Francisco Bay 1984

Contents

Requires the State Water Resources Control Board to set water quality standards for the San Francisco Bay and establishes a monitoring program to test the effectiveness of the standards.
carton 23, folders 5-7

Assembly Bill No. 3632: Special Education 1984

Contents

Makes the educational and related services for handicapped students the joint responsibility of the Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Secretary of Health and Welfare.
carton 23, folder 8

Assembly Bill No. 3670: Public Employee Benefits 1984

Contents

Amends the Public Employees' Medical and Hospital Care Act.
carton 23, folder 9

Assembly Bill No. 3761: Pesticide Research 1984

Contents

Requires the Department of Food and Agriculture to undertake a program to fund an agricultural research program to develop alternative methods for pest control.
carton 23, folder 10

Assembly Bill No. 3960: Special Education - Juveniles 1984

Contents

Extends the provision of existing law which provides for the educational needs of children in licensed institutions.
carton 23, folder 11

Assembly Bill No. 4034: Regional Science Resource Centers 1984-1985

Contents

Requires the Superintendent of Public Instruction to designate nonprofit agencies to serve as regional science resource centers.
carton 23, folder 12

Assembly Bill No. 4055: Assembly Appropriations 1984

Contents

Reverts funds appropriated to the Assembly in the Budget Act of 1984.
carton 23, folder 13

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 26: Day of Rememberance 1983

Contents

Commemorates February 19, 1983, as "A Day of Remembrance" regarding the detention of Japanese Americans during WWII.
carton 23, folder 14

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 29: Great California Resources Rally 1983

Contents

Declares support for the Great California Resources Rally event.
carton 23, folder 15

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 97: Campaign and Election Reform 1983

Contents

Creates the Joint Committee on Campaign and Election Reform to review pending legislation on campaign financing, ethics and materials.
carton 23, folder 16

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 173 1984

Contents

Assigns the subject matter of AB3147 (conflict of interest violation affecting legislators) to assembly committees for interim study purposes
carton 23, folders 17-18

November 1984 Initiatives 1984

Contents

Introduces state propositions 39 (Reapportionment); 40 (Campaign Finance Reform); State Lottery; Welfare-Public Assistance Programs; Nuclear-Free Zone; Taxation; Voting Materials in English Only; Balanced Federal Budget; and 25 (Clean Water Bond Act of 1984).
carton 23, folder 19

House Resolution No. 11: Count Basie Day 1983

Contents

Declares February 16, 1983 as "Count Basie Day."
carton 23, folder 20

House Resolution No. 20: ILGWU Roll Back 1983 April

Contents

Supports the International Ladies Garment Workers Union's campaign to roll back the flood of imported apparel.
carton 23, folder 21

House Resolution No. 22: Ella Fitzgerald 1983 April

Contents

Commends Fitzgerald for her nearly 50-year reign as top female vocalist.
carton 23, folder 22

House Resolution No. 33: Guion S. Bluford Jr. 1983 September

Contents

Congratulates Lt. Col. Bluford Jr. for his achievements as America's first Black astronaut.
carton 23, folder 23

House Resolution No. 35: Rev. Jesse Jackson 1984

Contents

Congratulates Rev. Jackson for his role in obtaining the release of Navy Lt. Robert Goodman Jr. from Syria.
carton 24, folder 1

Assembly Bill No. 25: Water - Sacramento San Joaquin Delta 1984-1985

Contents

Acquires key islands in the Sacramento/San Joaquin Delta to address water supply and high flood risk.
carton 24, folders 2-9

Assembly Bill No. 27: Mandatory Seatbelts 1983-1985

Contents

Requires passengers in vehicles to wear seatbelts when on a highway and that each new vehicle sold after September 1, 1989 contain an automatic restraint system.
carton 24, folders 10-12

Property Tax Reform Files 1977, 1979

Contents

Contains documents pretaining to the Property Tax Relief Act of 1977; Tax Reform Act of 1977/AB 302; and Property Tax Assessment.
carton 24, folder 13

Auto Safety Materials 1985

Contents

Contains partial transcripts of news coverage relating to auto safety.
carton 25, folders 1-2

Assembly Bill No. 40: Bank Float 1984-1985

Contents

Reduces the time banks are allowed to hold checks to determine if they are good, known as "float" period.
carton 25, folder 3

Assembly Bill No. 44: Political Reform Act 1984

Contents

Strengthens existing conflict of interest laws affecting state legislators by instituting sanctions against violators.
carton 25, folders 4-6

Assembly Bill No. 55: Day Care Centers 1985

Contents

Expands child care and development programs and creates a Student Parents Education Program to provide services to teen parents.
carton 25, folder 7

Assembly Bill No. 105: Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee 1985

Contents

Gives amateur sports organizations the power to provide facilities and pay volunteers in connection with a national or international sports competition.
carton 25, folder 8

Assembly Bill No. 275: Controlled Substance 1984-1985

Contents

Corrects drafting error in AB3165.
carton 25, folder 9

Assembly Bill No. 368: Public Officers Salaries 1986

Contents

Clarifies language in Sect. 8901 of the Government Code relating to voluntary flexible benefit plans for state employees who are not represented in state employee collective bargaining.
carton 25, folder 10

Assembly Bill No. 525: Peace Officer Time Bank 1985

Contents

Permits peace officers to donate earned vacation or holiday time to a time bank for the benefit of an employee organization.
carton 25, folders 11-12

Assembly Bill No. 559: Student Financial Aid 1985-1986

Contents

Makes changes to the Cal Grant A Program: increases the number of awards, places greater priority on financial need in regards to eligibility, requires a certain percentage of award go to HS students.
carton 26, folders 1-3

Assembly Bill No. 882: Special Education 1985

Contents

Enacts a cleanup bill to SB3632 of the 1984 session. Clarifies procedure for assessing medical needs for students suspected of being handicapped.
carton 26, folders 4-8

Assembly Bill No. 1012: Wastewater and Toxic Cleanup - Tijuana 1985-1986

Contents

Appropriates $100 million to correct environmental problems associated with flow of sewage and industrial wastewater flowing from Mexico into California.
carton 26, folders 9

Assembly Bill No. 1332: Liability 1985-1986

Contents

Provides an exception of the rule of joint and several liability for public entity defendants.
carton 26, folders 10

Assembly Bill No. 2086: California Coastal Commission 1985-1986

Contents

Increases the commissioners payment for meeting attendance and preparation.
carton 26, folders 11

Assembly Bill No. 2087: Malpractice Insurance 1985-1986

Contents

Requires physicians, surgeons, attorneys, clinics and endowment hospitals to maintaining malpractice liability insurance.
carton 26, folders 12

Assembly Bill No. 2088: Public Broadcasting Fund 1985

Contents

Creates a checkoff on state personal income tax return to taxpayers to donate to the California Public Broadcasting Fund.
carton 26, folders 13

Assembly Bill No. 2222: Commission on California State Government Organization & Economy 1985

Contents

Adds two members to the commission, also known as the "Little Hoover Commission."
carton 26, folders 14

Assembly Bill No. 2240: Real Estate Promissory Note 1985-1986

Contents

Revises law relating to balloon payments, usury exemptions, assignments and appraisals.
carton 26, folders 15

Assembly Bill No. 2288: Street Closures 1985

Contents

Prohibits closures where the street continues into a neighboring jurisdiction.
carton 27, folder 1

Assembly Bill No. 2400: Bay Bridge 1985

Contents

Establishes an advisory board to work with the Director of Transportation to study ways to accelerate traffic flow on the bridge.
carton 27, folders 2-3

Assembly Bill No. 2613: Education - Pass to Play 1986

Contents

Establishes rule that in order to participate in extracurricular activities pupil in grades 7 through 12 must maintain a 2.0 GPA
carton 27, folder 4

Assembly Bill No. 2617: CSU Educational Opportunity Program Aid 1986

Contents

Increases the maximum EOP grant and provides for future increases.
carton 27, folder 5

Assembly Bill No. 2618: Neil Young V. California 1986

Contents

Appropriates funds to pay the case settlement.
carton 27, folder 6

Assembly Bill No. 2639: Seatbelt Cleanup 1986

Contents

Adds to existing seatbelt law: Requires that four-year-olds be restrained and exempts passengers in limousines for hire or emergency vehicles from seatbelt law.
carton 27, folder 7

Assembly Bill No. 2681: Campaign Reform 1986

Contents

Establishes a state-funded system of campaign financing for legislative races with contribution and expenditure limits. Imposes limits on receipt of gifts and honoraria by legislative members and candidates.
carton 27, folder 8

Assembly Bill No. 2753: Sports Corruption 1986

Contents

Prohibits the offering of money or gifts to students as incentives for participation in intercollegiate sports.
carton 27, folders 9-11

Assembly Bill No. 2813: Educational Programs - Sunset 1985-1986

Contents

Extends the sunset dates of five educational programs: Bilingual education, Miller-Unruh Basic Reading Act of 1965; School Improvement Program; Indian Early Childhood Education and the Economic Impact Act.
carton 27, folders 12

Assembly Bill No. 2893: Service Stations Refueling Service 1986

Contents

Adds to existing law by including senior citizens 62 or age or older as eligible to request refueling service.
carton 27, folders 13

Assembly Bill No. 3300: Trial Court Delay Education Act 1986

Contents

Enacts the Trial Court Delay Reduction Act requiring the judicial council to reduce court delays.
carton 27, folders 14

Assembly Bill No. 3400: Self-Insurance - Local Agencies 1986

Contents

Creates the Local Government Self-Insurance Authority and defines its membership and duties.
carton 28, folder 1

Assembly Bill No. 3522: PUC Rate Setting 1986

Contents

Requires the PUC to hold annual rate review proceedings and modifies the rate-making process of large utility corporations.
carton 28, folders 2-3

Assembly Bill No. 3700: Childcare 1986

Contents

Increases the amount of state child care credit claimed by taxpayers.
carton 28, folder 4

Assembly Bill No. 3710: Bank Escrow 1986

Contents

Provides that credit for a deposited check in a bank account can be withdrawn in a "reasonable time" of five days or less and requires depository institutions to provide customers with information regarding funds withdrawal.
carton 28, folder 5

Assembly Bill No. 3720: In-Home Services - Minimum Wage 1986

Contents

Specifies the minimum wage rate for certified in-home attendants at not less than $4.75 per hour.
carton 28, folder 6

Assembly Bill No. 3870: Statue of Liberty 1986

Contents

Acknowledges the Statue of Liberty as a national historic monument and appropriates fund for restoration expenses.
carton 28, folders 7-8

Assembly Bill No. 3875: Commercial Insurance 1986

Contents

Prohibits the cancellation or non-renewal of certain insurance policies without advance notice.
carton 28, folders 9-10

Assembly Bill No. 3880: Joint and Several Rate Reduction 1986

Contents

Establishes a review board in the Department of Insurance and prohibits certain insurers from raising rates unless approved by the board.
carton 28, folders 11-12

Assembly Bill No. 3885: Low Cost Insurance 1986

Contents

Provides participants in the California Automobile Assigned Risk Plan (CAARP) choices in auto policies.
carton 28, folder 13

Assembly Bill No. 3935: California Lottery 1986

Contents

Requires electronic fund transfer payments to be made through a financial institution authorized by the Lottery Commission.
carton 28, folder 14

Assembly Bill No. 3940: California State World Trade Commission 1986

Contents

Restructures the Commission and redefines its role, duties and responsibilities in trade promotion.
carton 28, folders 15-17

Assembly Bill No. 4185: Safety Belt Rebate 1986

Contents

Requires all auto coverage insurers to provide a rebate due to the statutory requirement of seat belts and child restraints.
carton 29, folder 1

Assembly Bill No. 4200: Safety Belt Usage 1986

Contents

Requires the Department of California Highway Patrol to annually determine average usage rates of safety belts.
carton 29, folders 2-3

Assembly Bill No. 4205: Bay Area Port Task Force 1986

Contents

Creates the Bay Area Port Advisory Task Force to address specific questions, including whether a regional port authority should be formed. Defines its membership and tasks.
carton 29, folder 4

Assembly Bill No. 4210: Possessory Interest - Open Space Land 1986

Contents

Makes managed rangeland eligible for coverage under the Williamson Act and imposes a state-mandated program to value land under a rangeland lease in a specific manner.
carton 29, folder 5

Assembly Bill No. 4215: Farm Credit Bond Act 1986

Contents

Enacts the Farm Credit Bond Act to authorize the issuance of bonds for the purpose of financing a farm credit program.
carton 29, folder 6

Assembly Bill No. 4261: California Farm Recovery Advisory Commission 1986

Contents

Establishes the California Farm Recovery Finance Authority Act to authorize issuance of revenue bonds to assist agricultural producers by providing financing to the debt.
carton 29, folder 7

Assembly Bill No. 4406: Insurance Data 1986

Contents

Requires every insurer to file an addition report containing data on specific classes of insurance.
carton 29, folder 8

Assembly Bill No. 4407: Assigned Risk Hearings 1986

Contents

Requires insurers doing business in California to offer every category of commercial liability insurance they offer in other states.
carton 29, folder 9

Assembly Constitutional Amendment No. 18: Appellate Jurisdiction - Death Penalty 1985-1986

Contents

Abolishes the California Supreme Court's exclusive appellate jurisdiction over capital cases.
carton 29, folder 10

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 81: American Hostages 1985-1986

Contents

Calls upon all local, county and state governing bodies to adopt resolutions supporting the US Governments efforts to ensure safe release of the hostages in Lebanon.
carton 29, folder 11

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 94: Elizabeth Taylor 1985-1986

Contents

Commends Taylor for her artistic achievements and her work in combatting AIDS.
carton 29, folder 12

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 119: Employment Discrimination Clinics 1986

Contents

Urges the Department of Fair Employment to continue support for the successful clinic as UCB and to establish one as each UC law school.
carton 29, folder 13

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 167: Gov. Edmund G. "Pat" Brown Building 1986

Contents

Commends Brown for his service to California and recognizes him by naming the state building in San Francisco in his honor.
carton 29, folder 14

Assembly Joint Resolution No. 59: Social Security 1985

Contents

Goes on record opposing President Reagan's proposed cuts to social security funding.
carton 29, folder 15

Assembly Joint Resolution No. 65: Hostages TWA Flight #847 1985

Contents

Urges the President and US Congress to continue using all diplomatic channels to secure release of the TWA #847 hostages in addition to the seven hostages taken previously.
carton 29, folder 16

House Resolution No. 8: Western Agricultural Policy Center 1985, 1991

Contents

Commends the UC Regents for proposing the establishment of a Center for the Analysis of Western Agricultural Issues and requests that the research focus on international trade; the impact of productivity and technology; the role of natural resources; and methods to increase minority participation.
carton 29, folder 17

House Resolution No. 19: California Firefighters 1985

Contents

Commends the performance of the men and women of the California fire services.
carton 29, folder 18

House Resolution No. 21: Information Utility Industry Research Center 1985

Contents

Requests that the Assembly Committee on Economic Development and New Technologies produce a workplan for accomplishing a study to explore alternative means for public management of information technology.
carton 29, folder 19

House Resolution No. 29: Space Shuttle Challenger 1986

Contents

Extends sympathy to the families of the crew members who lost their lives in the Space Shuttle Challenger explosion.
carton 29, folder 20

House Resolution No. 30: Richard Alatorre 1986

Contents

Expresses appreciation to Alatorre for his contributions to California.
carton 29, folder 21

House Resolution No. 41: Frank Vicencia 1986

Contents

Expresses appreciation to Vicencia for his contributions to California.
carton 29, folder 22

House Resolution No. 54: Michael R. Forman 1986

Contents

Congratulates Forman on being named "Pioneer of the Year" by the Motion Picture Industry.
carton 29, folder 23

Assembly Bill No. 2X: Earthquake Housing Assistance 1987

Contents

Authorizes the state to issue and sell bonds to stregthen unreinforced masonry stuructures pending ratification by voters,
carton 29, folder 24

Assembly Bill No. 4: Bank Acquisition - Bank of America 1986-1987

Contents

Allows out-of-state bank holding companies to bid on purchase of California banks.
carton 29, folders 25-27

Assembly Bill No. Educational Programs Sunset Date 1986-1987

Contents

Extends the sunset dates of the Miller-Unruh Reading Program, School Improvement Program, Native American Education Program, Economic Impact Act, and the Bilingual Education program.
carton 29, folder 28

Assembly Bill No. 612: Trial Court Funding Program 1988

Contents

Restructures the State Trial Court Funding Program. This is a companion bill to AB1197.
carton 29, folder 29

Assembly Bill No. 792: Fuel Emissions Control 1987

Contents

Installs new regulations regarding on-vehicle control of refueling vapors.
carton 30, folder 1

Assembly Bill No. 930: Wastewater and Toxic Cleanup 1987-1988

Contents

Proposes to submit the International Border Wastewater and Toxics Cleanup Bond Act to the June 1988 statewide election. The bond would authorize funding for pollution control facilities and research into alternative wastewater management.
carton 30, folder 2

Assembly Bill No. 1016: Air Quality 1987

Contents

Requires the air quality management district to adopt and implement emission standards for new motor vehicles.
carton 30, folder 3

Assembly Bill No. 1173: Senior Judge Status 1987

Contents

Makes clarifying changes relative to Senior Judge Status and expands the categories of judges who may apply for SJS.
carton 30, folders 4-5

Assembly Bill No. 1197: Trial Court Funding 1988

Contents

Clarifies annual adjustment to county block grants under the Trial Court Funding Act.
carton 30, folder 6

Assembly Bill No. 1414: Underground Tanks 1987

Contents

Authorizes the governing city which owns and operates property with an underground storage tank located in another county to assume responsibility for monitoring the tank.
carton 30, folders 7-12

Assembly Bill No. 1530: Corporate Director Liability 1987-1988

Contents

Makes changes in the Corporation Code with regard to corporate authority.
carton 30, folder 13

Assembly Bill No. 1675: California Academy of Sciences 1987

Contents

Appropriates funds for the Academy of Sciences capital improvement campaign.
carton 30, folder 14

Assembly Bill No. 1777: Toxic Management Reorganization 1987

Contents

Establishes the Department of Waste Management and transfers regulatory authority to it from the Dept. of Health Services and the California Waste Management Board.
carton 30, folder 15

Assembly Bill No. 2032: California Earthquake Bond 1987-1988

Contents

Enacts the California Earthquake Safety and Housing Rehabilitation Bond Act of 1988 to authorize funds for loans to improve the ability of multifamily structures to survive earthquakes.
carton 30, folder 16

Assembly Bill No. 2200: Campaign Reform 1987

Contents

Enacts the Legislative Election Reform Act of 1987 to address public funding and expenditures limits.
carton 31, folder 1

Assembly Bill No. 2222: Treatment - Eating Disorders 1987-1988

Contents

Specifies that in-patient treatment of eating disorders must be provided in general acute care hospitals, acute psychiatric hospitals or health facilities.
carton 31, folder 2

Assembly Bill No. 2440: Air Pollution - Bakeries 1987

Contents

Requires the Air Resources Board to conduct a study on controlling emissions from bread ovens of commercial bakeries.
carton 31, folder 3

Assembly Bill No. 2500: Public Assistance Checks 1987

Contents

Directs county treasurers to negotiate with financial institutions to develop a program for public assistance.
carton 31, folder 4

Assembly Bill No. 2600: Joint Underwriting and Reinsurance 1987

Contents

Requires each group of insurers to file a copy of its policies with the Insurance Commissioner.
carton 31, folder 5

Assembly Bill No. 2616: Public Liability 1987

Contents

Provides that local government members are not vicariously libel for injuries caused by the public entity they are associated with.
carton 31, folder 6

Assembly Bill No. 2640: Trial Court Delay 1987-1988

Contents

Makes various modifications to the Trail Court Funding Program.
carton 31, folder 7

Assembly Bill No. 2641: Home School Partnership 1987

Contents

Enacts the Home-School Partnership Act highlighting the importance of parents in their children's education and the need for cooperation between home and school.
carton 31, folder 8

Assembly Bill No. 2642: Agriculture Bargaining Mediation 1987

Contents

Authorizes the Director of Food and Agriculture to provide mediation services if requested to do so.
carton 31, folder 9

Assembly Bill No. 2643: Legislative Ethics 1987

Contents

Creates a commission to develop standards for conflicts of interest and to investigate complaints against legislators.
carton 31, folder 10

Assembly Bill No. 2659: San Francisco Harbor Seawall Lots 1987

Contents

Declares three seawall lots to be free of the public trust use restrictions.
carton 31, folder 11

Assembly Bill No. 2677: Health - Drugs and Food 1987

Contents

Provides remedies for the enforcement of existing health and safety statutes.
carton 31, folder 12

Assembly Bill No. 2792: Earthquake Housing Assistance 1987-1988

Contents

Provides funds through general obligation bonds to finance structural work on unreinforced masonry buildings.
carton 31, folder 13-14

Assembly Bill No. 3030: Community Children Services 1988

Contents

Establishes the At-Risk Youth Assistance Demonstration Act to identify resources to address the needs of at-risk youth.
carton 31, folder 15

Assembly Bill No. 3465: California Port Commission 1981-1988

Contents

Directs the California Association of Port Authority to develop a long-range economic plan.
carton 31, folder 16

Assembly Bill No. 3636: Automated Card Benefit - Public Assistance 1988

Contents

Requires all counties to establish an electronic distribution system for food stamps and other public assistance resources.
carton 31, folder 17

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 50: Public Pension Fund 1987

Contents

Extends the life of the Joint Committee on Public Pension Fund Investments.
carton 31, folder 18

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 70: UC Admissions 1987

Contents

Requests the UC Regents to diversify the admission and enrollment committees at each campus; to publicly disclose their criteria for student selection; visit local high schools, and form an advisory committee of ethnic minority leaders.
carton 31, folder 19

Assembly Joint Resolution No. 30: Filipino Veterans 1986-1988

Contents

Urges the US Congress to grant immediate US citizenship to Filipino veterans of WWII.
carton 31, folder 20

Assembly Joint Resolution No. 32: National Maritime Museum 1987

Contents

Urges the President and US Congress to support and enact legislation establishing a national maritime museum in San Francisco.
carton 31, folder 21

House Resolution No. 10: Policy Research Management 1987

Contents

Amends Rule 117 of the Permanent Standing Rules of the Assembly to define its duties and activities.
carton 32, folder 1

Willie L. Brown Jr.: A 20-Year History Undated

Contents

An 8-page booklet on Brown's legislative history.
carton 32, folder 2

Assembly Bill No. 3737: Urban Impact Aid Task Force 1988

Contents

Reimburses members of the Urban Impact Aid Task Force for expenses incurred.
carton 32, folder 3

Assembly Bill No. 3830: Trial Court Delay Reduction 1988

Contents

Begins effort to develop uniform standards for effectively reducing trial delays and authorizes more counties to participate in the program.
carton 32, folder 4

Assembly Bill No. 3850: Vehicle Emissions 1988

Contents

Requires the State Air Resources Board to report to the legislature on the status of regulations to control emissions.
carton 32, folder 5

Assembly Bill No. 3899: Public Library 1988

Contents

Appropriates funds to establish the Public Library Relief Act of 1988 to provide grants to financially needy public libraries.
carton 32, folder 6

Assembly Bill No. 3947: Water Protection and Toxic Cleanup 1988

Contents

Requires the state and regional water quality control boards to develop a program to identify toxic hot spots in California's bays and estuaries and to remedy these sites, and establishes policies for removal of hazardous waste.
carton 32, folder 7

Assembly Bill No. 4100: Trial Court Filing Fees 1988

Contents

Makes exceptions to the Trial Court Funding Act.
carton 32, folder 8

Assembly Bill No. 4222: Worker's Compensation Delay Reduction 1988

Contents

Establishes pilot programs in certain Worker's Compensation Appeals Board offices to examine the effectiveness of methods to reduce delay in workers' compensation claims.
carton 32, folder 9

Assembly Bill No. 4391: State Bar Membership Fees 1987-1988

Contents

Sets membership fees for 1989 and 1990
carton 32, folder 10

Assembly Bill No. 4392: Toxic Air Contaminants 1988

Contents

Requires the Air Resources Board to give greater priority to toxic air contaminants emitted by vehicles, including holding public hearings.
carton 32, folder 11

Assembly Bill No. 4471: Bay Protection and Toxic Cleanup 1988

Contents

Eancts the Bay Protection and Toxics Cleanup Bond Act pending adoption by voters in the November 1988 election. Provides funding to identify toxic hot spots and support techniques for removal and treatment of bottom sediment.
carton 32, folder 12

Assembly Bill No. 4475: AIDS 1988

Contents

Permits the Department of Health to designate sites for anonymous testing of people with HIV infection; provides grants to counties for public health services and medical assistance to individuals eligible for Medi-Cal.
carton 32, folder 13

Assembly Bill No. 4488: Government Reorganization 1988

Contents

Establishes the Government Reorganization Commission to review the relationship between state and local agencies providing public services.
carton 32, folder 14

Assembly Bill No. 4489: Tax Rebate 1988

Contents

Establishes a claim-based second chance rebate program for California residents who are senior citizens, disabled or who qualified for renter's credit and who did not previously receive a 1986-1987 tax rebate.
carton 32, folder 15

Assembly Bill No. 4607: Tire disposal 1988

Contents

Regulates the disposal or storage of used tires.
carton 32, folder 16

Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 128: Joint Committee Tort Liability 1988

Contents

Creates the Joint Committee on Tort Liability to study law related to tort liability and related insurance laws.
carton 32, folders 17-20

Assembly Bill No. 350: Tucker Health Insurance Act 1989

Contents

Enacts the Tucker Health Care Coverage Act of 1989: requires research on employee health care coverage and requires certain employers to provide health coverage for their employees.
carton 33, folders 1-2

Assembly Bill No. 400: High School Scholarships 1989

Contents

Creates the Willie L. Brown, Jr. Community Service Fellowship Program to provide scholarships to graduating high school students.
carton 33, folder 3

Assembly Bill No. 1175: Trial Court Funding 1989

Contents

Codifies an agreement between Santa Clara county and four cities limiting property tax transfer.
carton 33, folder 4

Assembly Bill No. 1363: Auto Insurance 1989-1990

Contents

Revises the civil liability process for auto accidents, creates a California Auto Plan vehicle insurance system and a vehicle safety inspection program.
carton 33, folder 5

Assembly Bill No. 1575: Agricultural Cooperative Bargaining 1989

Contents

Requires the Dept. of Industrial Relations and the Director of Food and Agriculture to review and mediate commodity price disputes.
carton 33, folder 6

Assembly Bill No. 1580: California Academy of Sciences 1989

Contents

Appropriates funds for capital improvement at the Academy of Sciences.
carton 33, folder 7

Assembly Bill No. 1616: Office of Conciliator 1989

Contents

Creates the Office of Conciliator to review bargaining disputes.
carton 33, folder 8

Assembly Bill No. 1843: Tire Disposal 1989

Contents

Enacts the California Tire Recycling Act to reduce landfill disposal by implementing a statewide tire recycling program.
carton 33, folder 9

Assembly Bill No. 2030: Hastings College 1989

Contents

Reduces the size of the Board of Directors of Hastings Law College and eliminates term limits.
carton 33, folders 10-11

Assembly Bill No. 2030: Preschool Expansion 1989-1990

Contents

Establishes kindergarten programs for all 4-year-olds in school districts selected by the State Dept. of Education, with priority on low-income children.
carton 33, folder 12

Assembly Bill No. 2092: Toxic Hot Spots 1989

Contents

Requires state and regional Water Resources Control boards to develop a comprehensive program to identify hot spots and plan for cleanup.
carton 33, folder 13

Assembly Bill No. 2093: Hazardous Waste Management 1989

Contents

Exempts cities that are a city and county from adopting a regional hazardous water management plan since the county will do so.
carton 33, folders 14-15

Assembly Bill No. 2101: At-Risk Youth 1990

Contents

Establishes the At-Risk Youth Assistance Demonstration Act to create 3-year projects to identify resources and provide services to at-risk youth.
carton 33, folder 16

Assembly Bill No. 2121: Substandard Housing 1989

Contents

Makes technical non-substantive changes to Sects. 17274 an 24436.r of the Revenue and Taxation Cole.
carton 33, folder 17

Assembly Bill No. 2151: Global Warming 1989

Contents

Declares it is state policy to reduce use of fossil fuels and improve energy efficiency to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
carton 34, folder 1

Assembly Bill No. 2152: Gas Service 1989

Contents

Requires the Public Utilities Commission to annually determine a reasonable cost for local distribution utilities to provide natural gas service.