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RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing an allowance for each member and the president of the senate for periodicals, stamps and stationery. Senate Resolution No. 1–Senator Lamb.

1861

2

SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of senate attaches. Senate Resolution No. 2–Senators Monroe and Brown.

1861

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Adopting Joint Standing Rules and Standing Rules for the Senate of the Nevada legislature for the 57th regular session. Senate Resolution No. 3–Senator Brown.

1861

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTIONAdopting Joint Standing Rules and Standing Rules for the Assembly of the Nevada legislature for the 57th regular session. Assembly Resolution No. 1–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1862

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTIONProviding for the appointment of assembly attaches. Assembly Resolution No. 2Committee on Legislative Functions.

1863

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTIONProvides an allowance for each member of the assembly for periodicals, stamps and stationery. Assembly Resolution No. 3Committee on Ways and Means.

1863

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing necessary expenditure from legislative fund for travel and related expenses of designated members of the senate and assembly to be incurred in attending seminar in Phoenix, Arizona, on federal legislation on social services, welfare and medicaid programs. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 1Committee on Legislative Functions.

1864

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTIONAppointing additional assembly attaches for the 1973 session of the Nevada legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 4Committee on Legislative Functions.

1864

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Expressing the mutual consent of the Senate and Assembly to an adjournment from Wednesday, January 24, to Monday, January 29, 1973. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 2Senator Brown.

1864

10

SENATE RESOLUTIONAdopting joint standing rules and standing rules for the senate of the Nevada legislature for the 57th regular session; rescinding Senate Resolution 3 of the 57th session. Senate Resolution No. 4Senators Brown, Lamb and Swobe.

1865

11

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Congratulating Richard Milhous Nixon and Spiro Theodore Agnew on their inaugurations as President and Vice President, respectively, of the United States. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 4–Messrs. Jacobsen, Bickerstaff, Broadbent, Capurro, Mrs. Ford, Messrs. Fry, Getto, Hafen, Howard, Huff, Lowman, McNeel, Smith, Torvinen and Young.

1878

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late President Harry S. Truman. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 1–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1878

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ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing late President Lyndon Baines Johnson. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 2–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1879

14

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Providing for the expression of commendation to President Richard M. Nixon for securing an end to the American involvement in the conflict in Vietnam. Senate Joint Resolution No. 3–Senators Swobe, Dodge, Pozzi, Young, Raggio, Hecht, Drakulich, Close, Herr, Brown, Monroe, Walker, Blakemore, Foley, Bryan, Echols, Gibson, Lamb and Wilson.

1880

15

SENATE RESOLUTION–Appointing additional senate attaches for the 1973 session of the Nevada legislature. Senate Resolution No. 5–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1881

16

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Al Bramlet on his being selected National City of Hope Man of the Year. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 3–Senators Brown, Echols, Blakemore, Bryan, Close, Foley, Gibson, Hecht, Herr, Lamb and Walker.

1881

17

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Amending Assembly Standing Rule 40 for the 57th regular session of the legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 6–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1882

18

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to provide funds for fencing land adjacent to highways that pass through federal land. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 3–Committee on Transportation.

1882

19

SENATE RESOLUTION–Adopting revised and additional standing rules for the senate of the Nevada legislature for the 57th regular session. Senate Resolution No. 6–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1883

20

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTIONProposing to amend section 1 of article 2 of the constitution of the State of Nevada; eliminating the 6-month residency requirement for electors. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 1Mr. Dreyer.

1884

21

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONCommending former secretary of state John Koontz upon the occasion of his retirement. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 5Senators Foley, Blakemore, Brown, Bryan, Close, Dodge, Drakulich, Echols, Gibson, Hecht, Herr, Lamb, Monroe, Neal, Pozzi, Raggio, Swobe, Walker, Wilson and Young.

1884

22

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Adopting joint standing rules and standing rules for the assembly of the Nevada legislature for the 57th regular session; rescinding Assembly Resolution 1 of the 57th session. Assembly Resolution No. 5–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1885

23

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Congratulating the Parent-Teachers Association for its many successful activities and welcoming officers and members to PTA Day at the Legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 4–Messrs. Schofield, Vergiels, Fry, Bremner, Mrs. Brookman, Messrs. Bickerstaff, Hafen, May, Dini, Prince, Getto, Huff, Mrs. Gojack, Messrs. Ullom, Hickey, Smalley, Ashworth, Jacobsen, Capurro, McNeel, Dreyer, Barengo, Craddock, Robinson, Smith, Howard, Mello, Banner, Lowman, Bennett, Crawford, Broadbent, Mrs. Ford, Mr. Demers, Miss Foote, Messrs. Torvinen, Glover and Hayes.

1897

24

SENATE RESOLUTION–Commemorating the birthday of Abraham Lincoln. Senate Resolution No. 7–Senators Pozzi, Blakemore, Brown, Bryan, Close, Dodge, Drakulich, Echols, Foley, Gibson, Hecht, Herr, Lamb, Monroe, Neal, Raggio, Swobe, Walker, Wilson and Young.

1898

25

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Expressing the concern of the legislature over, and asking the President of the United States to rescind the order closing the Nuclear Rocket Development Station at Jackass Flats, Nevada, and requesting that further governmental research be directed to the Nuclear Rocket Development Station research team. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 6–Messrs. Robinson, Ashworth, Craddock, Dreyer, Demers, Glover, Bremner, Huff, Lowman and Hafen.

1899

26

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Appointing an additional assembly attache for the 1973 session of the Nevada legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 8–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1900

27

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating Nevada Boy Scout Day to be February 12, 1973. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 5–Messrs. Lowman, Ashworth, Banner, Howard, Robinson, Demers, Hayes, Craddock, Young, Huff, Wittenberg, May, Mrs. Ford, Messrs. Prince, Bennett, McNeel, Ullom, Capurro, Barengo, Hafen, Torvinen, Schofield, Vergiels, Smith, Hickey, Dini, Mello, Miss Foote, Mr. Glover, Mrs. Brookman, Messrs. Smalley, Bremner, Bickerstaff, Jacobsen, Dreyer, Crawford, Broadbent, Mrs. Gojack, Messrs. Fry and Getto.

1900

28

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Welcoming home Nevadans held as prisoners of war during the Viet-Nam conflict. Assembly Resolution No. 9–Messrs. Lowman, Smith, McNeel, Hayes, Hickey, Robinson, Getto, Howard, Craddock, Ullom, Young, Banner, Hafen, Torvinen, May, Vergiels, Smalley, Barengo, Crawford, Dreyer, Mrs. Ford, Messrs. Bremner, Mello, Jacobsen, Prince, Bennett, Huff, Miss Foote, Messrs. Demers, Broadbent, Capurro, Glover, Mrs. Gojack, Messrs. Dini, Wittenberg, Bickerstaff, Mrs. Brookman and Mr. Schofield.

1901

29

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Commending Mrs. Ruth B. Eason for her fine and outstanding service to the public as acting curator of the Capitol Building. Assembly Resolution No. 10–Mrs. Gojack, Messrs. Mello, Torvinen, Barengo, Lowman, Huff, Wittenberg, Mrs. Ford, Messrs. Broadbent, Jacobsen, Crawford, Bennett, McNeel, Smith, Dreyer, Howard, Robinson, Demers, Hayes, Craddock, Ullom, Young, Prince, Banner, Hafen, Bickerstaff, Mrs. Brookman and Miss Foote.

1901

30

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commemorating National Negro History Week. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 7–Mrs. Brookman, Messrs. Bennett, Crawford, Broadbent, Capurro, Mesdames Gojack, Ford, Messrs. Wittenberg, Lowman, Ullom, Huff, Craddock, Torvinen, Fry, Banner, Howard, Hafen, Dreyer, Smalley, Robinson, Bremner, Vergiels, Getto, Bickerstaff, Mello, Barengo, Hickey, Ashworth, Glover, McNeel, Young, May, Jacobsen, Schofield, Demers, Dini, Prince, Smith, Miss Foote and Mr. Hayes.

1902

31

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Adopting revised and additional standing rules for the assembly of the Nevada legislature for the 57th regular session. Assembly Resolution No. 7–Mrs. Ford, Mr. Jacobsen, Mrs. Brookman, Messrs. Lowman and Bremner.

1903

32

SENATE RESOLUTIONMemorializing George Washington, the first President of the United States, on the anniversary of his birth. Senate Resolution No. 8–Senators Brown, Blakemore, Bryan, Close, Dodge, Drakulich, Echols, Foley, Gibson, Hecht, Herr, Lamb, Monroe, Neal, Pozzi, Raggio, Swobe, Walker, Wilson and Young.

1904

33

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Irma M. Carville. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 10–Messrs. Glover, Ashworth, Dini, Dreyer, Young, Howard, Smalley, Prince, Banner, Robinson, May, Jacobsen and Mello.

1905

34

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late assemblyman, attorney and gentleman of the bar, John S. Sinai. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 11–Messrs. Barengo, Torvinen and Fry.

1905

35

SENATE RESOLUTION–Appointing an additional senate attache for the 1973 session of the Nevada legislature. Senate Resolution No. 9–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1906

36

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Designating March 5, 1973, as Legislative Day for Girl Scouts; inviting Girl Scout representatives to be the guests of the legislature on that day; and commending the Girl Scouts of the United States of America for their excellent programs. Assembly Resolution No. 12–Messrs. Lowman, Banner, Bennett, Bickerstaff, Bremner, Broadbent, Mrs. Brookman, Messrs. Capurro, Craddock, Crawford, Demers, Dini, Dreyer, Miss Foote, Mrs. Ford, Messrs. Fry, Getto, Glover, Mrs. Gojack, Messrs. Hafen, Hayes, Hickey, Howard, Huff, Jacobsen, May, McNeel, Mello, Prince, Robinson, Schofield, Smalley, Smith, Torvinen, Ullom, Vergiels, Wittenberg, Young and Ashworth.

1906

37

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Clark L. Prince. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 14–Mrs. Brookman, Messrs. Banner, Barengo, Bennett, Bickerstaff, Bremner, Broadbent, Capurro, Craddock, Crawford, Demers, Dini, Dreyer, Miss Foote, Mrs. Ford, Messrs. Fry, Getto, Glover, Mrs. Gojack, Messrs. Hafen, Hayes, Hickey, Howard, Huff, Jacobsen, Lowman, May, McNeel, Mello, Robinson, Schofield, Smalley, Smith, Torvinen, Ullom, Vergiels, Wittenberg, Young and Ashworth.

1907

38

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Paul D. McDermott. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 9–Senators Brown, Blakemore, Bryan, Close, Dodge, Drakulich, Echols, Foley, Gibson, Hecht, Herr, Lamb, Monroe, Neal, Pozzi, Raggio, Swobe, Walker, Wilson and Young.

1908

39

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending newspaper publisher Jack McCloskey for accomplishments in the field of journalism. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 15–Messrs. Hafen, Ashworth, Dreyer, Jacobsen, Dini and Getto.

1908

40

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to adopt certain legislation requiring the decennial United States census of each state to be made according to a plan and form approved by the governor of the state whose population is being tabulated. Senate Joint Resolution No. 2–Senator Young.

1909

41

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commemorating the centennial year of the University of Nevada. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 10–Senators Swobe, Blakemore, Brown, Bryan, Close, Dodge, Drakulich, Echols, Foley, Gibson, Hecht, Herr, Lamb, Monroe, Neal, Pozzi, Raggio, Walker, Wilson and Young.

1910

42

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Amending Standing Rule 104 for the 57th regular session of the legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 11–Mrs. Brookman.

1911

43

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 14 of article 5 of the constitution of the State of Nevada to permit the legislature to enact laws enabling courts inferior to district courts to suspend sentences and grant probation. Senate Joint Resolution No. 10–Senator Monroe.

1911

44

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Fred D. Gibson, Sr., mentor of Nevada’s mining industry. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 22–Messrs. Smith, Lowman, Ashworth, Ullom, Young, Howard, Jacobsen, Torvinen, Hafen, Mello, Hayes, Dreyer, May, Smalley, Getto, Miss Foote, Messrs. Prince, Banner and Schofield.

1912

45

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Thompson Douglas Magowan. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 23–Messrs. Torvinen, Broadbent, Glover, Barengo, Mrs. Gojack, Messrs. Wittenberg, Bickerstaff and Capurro.

1913

46

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Monsignor John J. Ryan. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 25–Mrs. Brookman, Messrs. Bremner, Lowman, Bickerstaff, Smalley, Ullom, Smith, Hickey, Fry, Mrs. Ford, Messrs. Banner, Torvinen, Vergiels, May, Crawford, Demers, Wittenberg, Capurro, Bennett, Huff, Barengo, Dreyer, Broadbent, Young, Schofield, Mello, Robinson, Jacobsen, McNeel, Mrs. Gojack, Messrs. Glover, Getto, Hafen, Howard, Hayes, Prince, Craddock, Ashworth and Dini.

1913

47

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Joseph R. Jackson for his service in the public interest. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 13–Senators Brown, Blakemore, Bryan, Close, Dodge, Drakulich, Echols, Foley, Gibson, Hecht, Herr, Lamb, Monroe, Neal, Pozzi, Raggio, Swobe, Walker, Wilson and Young.

1914

48

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Expressing the condolences of the members of the legislature to the family of the late Orville Smalley. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 26–Mrs. Brookman, Messrs. Hafen, Banner, Ashworth, Prince, Lowman, Huff, Wittenberg, Mrs. Ford, Messrs. Capurro, Ullom, Young, Broadbent, Bennett, Craddock, Crawford, McNeel, Demers, Robinson, Smith, Howard, Dreyer, Dini, Mello, Getto, Miss Foote, Messrs. May, Hickey, Vergiels, Schofield, Torvinen, Fry, Bremner, Bickerstaff, Jacobsen, Glover, Hayes, Barengo and Mrs. Gojack.

1915

49

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Theodore M. Michelas. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 14–Senator Lamb.

1915

50

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Welcomes home Lieutenant Commander David John Rollins, United States Navy, held prisoner of war during the Vietnam conflict. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 27–Mrs. Brookman, Messrs. Banner, Bennett, Hickey, May, Vergiels, Dini, Huff, Lowman, Wittenberg, Ullom, Jacobsen, Mrs. Ford, Messrs. Demers, Hafen, Young, Howard, Barengo, Glover, Robinson, Prince, Craddock, Bremner, Fry, Bickerstaff, Getto, Dreyer, Smith, McNeel, Crawford, Capurro and Mrs. Gojack.

1916

51

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the return to the Assembly from the governor’s office of Assembly Bill No. 75. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 30–Committee on Government Affairs.

1917

52

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Congratulating the Rancho High School basketball team and coach upon winning the Nevada state “AAA” basketball championship. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 29–Messrs. May, Hickey, McNeel, Bennett, Crawford and Craddock.

1917

53

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to correct inadequacies in grants of social security and supplemental benefits. Senate Joint Resolution No. 16–Senators Hecht, Echols, Walker, Lamb, Bryan, Swobe, Herr, Neal, Foley, Raggio, Pozzi, Young, Brown, Dodge, Wilson, Blakemore and Drakulich.

1918

54

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to enact legislation which transfers Red Rock Recreation Lands to the Nevada park system. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 9–Mr. Bremner, Mrs. Ford, Messrs. Smalley, Schofield, Hays, Robinson, Banner, Bennett, Dreyer, Vergiels, Crawford, Lowman, Jacobsen, Demers, Capurro, Ullom, May, Hickey, McNeel, Smith, Hafen, Craddock, Ashworth, Broadbent, Getto, Mrs. Gojack, Messrs. Mello, Glover, Howard, Huff, Prince, Fry, Mrs. Brookman, Messrs. Wittenberg, Bickerstaff, Miss Foote, Messrs. Barengo, Torvinen and Dini.

1919

55

SENATE RESOLUTION–Appointing an additional senate attache for the 1973 session of the Nevada legislature. Senate Resolution No. 10–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1920

56

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Approving “Governor Mike O’Callaghan’s State School Study”; directing boards of trustees of school districts to report on their implementation of certain recommendations contained therein; directing the state department of education to compile and distribute such reports; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 15–Committee on Education.

1920

57

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Congratulating Jim Padgett on his achievements as coach of the University of Nevada, Reno basketball team. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 17–Senators Drakulich, Wilson, Raggio, Swobe and Young.

1921

58

SENATE RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late William J. Frank. Senate Resolution No. 11–Senators Blakemore, Brown, Monroe, Lamb and Dodge.

1922

59

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Appointing an additional assembly attache for the 1973 session of the Nevada legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 14–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1923

60

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Appointing an additional assembly attache for the 1973 session of the Nevada legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 15–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1923

61

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Gerald F. Fisher. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 18–Senators Blakemore, Brown, Monroe, Dodge and Lamb.

1923

62

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Congratulating certain Catholic priests for attaining their respective priestly anniversaries. Assembly Resolution No. 16–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1924

63

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Expressing appreciation to the First National Bank of Nevada for the gift copies of the “Marsh Papers” given to each member of the legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 17–Messrs. Huff, Hayes, Torvinen, Glover, Lowman, Fry, Barengo, Hickey, Howard, May, Mrs. Brookman, Mr. Getto, Miss Foote, Mrs. Ford, Messrs. Jacobsen, Smith, Vergiels, Crawford, Schofield, Broadbent, Banner, Ullom, Smalley, Ashworth, Bremner, Mello, Bickerstaff, Capurro, Demers, Robinson, Prince, Wittenberg, Bennett, Dreyer, Hafen, Mrs. Gojack, Messrs. Dini, McNeel, Young and Craddock.

1924

64

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing California to cease taxing the income derived by Nevada residents in California. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 21–Messrs. May, Jacobsen, Ashworth and Torvinen.

1925

65

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the location of the county seat of Humboldt County at Winnemucca. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 38–Mr. Howard.

1926

66

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the compensation of clergy for services rendered to the assembly in the 57th session of the Nevada legislature. Assembly Resolution No. 18–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1926

67

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Endorsing Upper Humboldt River storage project. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 12–Senator Monroe.

1927

68

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Tom Miller for his outstanding service to the Nevada park system. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 19–Senators Young, Raggio, Wilson, Swobe and Drakulich.

1928

69

SENATE RESOLUTION–Commending Senator James I. Gibson upon his completion of 16 years of service as president of Lake Mead Stake of Church of Latter-day Saints. Senate Resolution No. 12–Senators Brown, Lamb, Walker, Blakemore, Bryan, Close, Dodge, Drakulich, Echols, Foley, Hecht, Herr, Monroe, Neal, Pozzi, Raggio, Swobe, Wilson and Young.

1929

70

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Requesting the governor to issue an annual proclamation calling for observance of Law Day U.S.A. Assembly Resolution No. 20–Messrs. Barengo, Torvinen, Fry, Hayes, Dreyer and Wittenberg.

1929

71

SENATE RESOLUTION–Commending Cyrus L. Meacham for his many years of public service. Senate Resolution No. 13–Senator Pozzi.

1930

72

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Nevada Air National Guard on its 25th anniversary. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 27–Senators Drakulich, Blakemore, Brown, Bryan, Close, Dodge, Echols, Foley, Gibson, Hecht, Herr, Lamb, Monroe, Neal, Pozzi, Raggio, Swobe, Walker, Wilson and Young.

1930

73

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Congratulating the University of Nevada System on the 100th Anniversary of its creation. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 30–Senators Swobe, Blakemore, Brown, Bryan, Close, Dodge, Drakulich, Echols, Foley, Gibson, Hecht, Herr, Lamb, Monroe, Neal, Pozzi, Raggio, Walker, Wilson and Young.

1931

74

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Pauline Norris. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 42–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1932

75

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending the Zephyr Cove Parents’ Protective Association for its endeavor to establish high-standard child care services. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 44–Mr. Jacobsen.

1932

76

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 33 of article 4 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, by permitting the payment of legislators for 100 days of session. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 26–Committee on Ways and Means.

1933

77

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 3 of article 9 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to state indebtedness, by increasing the maximum allowance for the state public debt to 3 percent of the state’s assessed valuation; and by providing a flexible method of determining such valuation. Senate Joint Resolution No. 7 of the 56th Session–Senators Gibson, Brown, Lamb, Hug, Harris, Young, Hecht, Pozzi and Drakulich.

1934

78

SENATE RESOLUTION–Commending the school districts of Clark and Washoe counties for adopting the “year-round” school program and urging the remaining school districts in this state to consider adopting this program. Senate Resolution No. 14–Committee on Education.

1935

79

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Alfred J. Proctor. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 52–Messrs. Ashworth and Prince.

1935

80

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Ernest J. Caramella, Sr. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 53–Mr. Capurro.

1936

81

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging preservation and protection of the Truckee River by all appropriate government agencies through proper and controlled development. Senate Joint Resolution No. 25–Senators Wilson, Young, Swobe, Drakulich and Raggio.

1936

82

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to repeal certain parts of the 1934 Gold Reserve Act. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 19–Messrs. Robinson, Howard and Hayes.

1937

83

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 1 of article 10 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to rates of assessment and taxation, by authorizing the legislature to make separate assessments of agricultural and open-space real property and to provide for tax recapture for such property when converted to a higher use. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 23 of the 56th Session–Messrs. Capurro and Glaser.

1938

84

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the Nevada constitution to permit the assessment of owner-occupied dwellings and land at a lower rate than other real property. Senate Joint Resolution No. 15–Senators Swobe, Blakemore, Brown, Bryan, Close, Dodge, Drakulich, Echols, Foley, Gibson, Hecht, Herr, Lamb, Neal, Pozzi, Raggio, Walker, Wilson and Young.

1939

85

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the assembly to return Senate Bill No. 326 to the senate for further consideration. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 38–Committee on Finance.

1940

86

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 7 of article 6 of the constitution of the State of Nevada to permit the supreme court of this state to hear oral argument outside of the seat of government. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 10–Messrs. Hickey, Hayes, Demers and May.

1940

87

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to conduct a study of the probate and related provisions in the statutes of the State of Nevada, to make recommendations and to report to the next regular session of the legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 19–Messrs. Fry, Torvinen, Howard, Getto, Dini, Young, Jacobsen and Capurro.

1940

88

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing health and care facilities in the State of Nevada to designate “No Smoking” rooms and areas in such facilities. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 43–Committee on Government Affairs.

1941

89

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing the board of regents of the University of Nevada to employ personnel from private funds to develop plans for establishing a law school at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 48–Messrs. Schofield, Lowman, McNeel, Bremner, Hickey, May, Dini, Barengo, Glover, Smalley, Crawford, Howard, Demers, Hayes, Ullom, Craddock, Broadbent, Mrs. Gojack, Messrs. Huff, Jacobsen, Banner, Bickerstaff, Prince, Bennett and Mrs. Brookman.

1942

90

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to repeal 26 U.S.C. § 4401 et seq., thereby repealing federal taxes on certain forms of wagering. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 37–Messrs. May, Bremner, Mrs. Brookman, Messrs. Hickey and Dreyer.

1942

91

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to enact federal legislation restricting states from withholding income tax of nonresidents. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 35–Messrs. Torvinen and May.

1943

92

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Requesting the Congress of the United States to call a constitutional convention for the purpose of amending the United States Constitution to prohibit the assignment of students to particular public schools on account of race, religion, color or national origin. Senate Joint Resolution No. 7–Senators Gibson, Lamb, Brown, Dodge, Walker, Close, Drakulich, Herr, Raggio, Young, Foley, Pozzi, Hecht, Swobe, Monroe, Echols and Blakemore.

1944

93

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to adopt legislation concerning the encouragement of recycling and shipment of recycled material. Senate Joint Resolution No. 26–Committee on Ecology and Public Resources.

1945

94

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Amending section 18 of article 4 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to adoption of consent calendar for uncontested bills. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 2–Mr. Jacobsen.

1946

95

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend sections 4 and 8 of article 6 of the state constitution, relating to the jurisdiction of the supreme court and to justices of the peace, respectively, by specifying the supreme court’s appellate jurisdiction to exclude civil cases decided in justices courts, and by enlarging the authority of the legislature over the jurisdictional limits of justices courts. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 15–Messrs. Fry, Torvinen and Lowman.

1946

96

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 2 of article 9 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to finance and state debt, declaring public employees’ retirement funds to be trust funds. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 10 of the 56th Session–Mr. Homer.

1948

97

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Authorizing the payment of a per diem expense allowance from the legislative fund to the chief clerk of the assembly. Assembly Resolution No. 21–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1948

98

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the board of regents of the University of Nevada System to consider establishing a doctoral program in education. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 56–Messrs. Lowman, Schofield, Bickerstaff, Mello, Bremner, Hafen, Banner, Prince, Getto, Dini, Fry, May, Smalley, Dreyer, Glover, Mrs. Brookman, Messrs. Huff, Wittenberg, Mrs. Gojack, Messrs. Young, Ullom, Craddock, Hayes, Demers, Smith, Bennett, Crawford and Broadbent.

1949

99

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending G. B. Henderson for his humanitarian activities. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 39–Committee on Health, Welfare and State Institutions.

1949

100

SENATE RESOLUTION–Designating certain members of the senate as members of the legislative commission of the legislative counsel bureau. Senate Resolution No. 15–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1950

101

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing board of regents of University of Nevada System to extend certain privileges to Vietnam veterans. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 16–Senator Swobe.

1950

102

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to conduct a study of the role of the lieutenant governor and to report to the 58th session of the legislature. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 33–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1951

103

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study various programs of temporary disability insurance and the possibility of enacting such a program in Nevada. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 36–Committee on Transportation.

1951

104

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend sections 2, 4 and 7 of article 6 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to the supreme court, by authorizing the legislature to expand the membership of the supreme court, and by authorizing the legislature to provide the supreme court with authority to divide into panels to hear certain cases. Senate Joint Resolution No. 30–Committee on Judiciary.

1952

105

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to change the state constitution to provide for appointments of judicial officers, to fill vacancies during a term of office, under a plan of merit selection. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 14–Messrs. Torvinen, Fry and Lowman.

1953

106

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the judicial article of the state constitution by providing for the discipline of incumbent judges. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 16–Messrs. Torvinen, Fry and Lowman.

1955

107

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to change the state constitution to provide for the succession and appointment of justices of the supreme court by a system of merit selection. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 17–Messrs. Fry, Torvinen and Lowman.

1958

108

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to change the state constitution to provide for a central administration of the court system. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 18–Messrs. Lowman, Fry and Torvinen.

1960

109

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Designating certain members of the assembly as regular and alternate members of the legislative commission of the legislative counsel bureau. Assembly Resolution No. 22–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1960

110

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the financial condition of public housing authorities in the state. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 12–Messrs. May, Hickey and Dreyer.

1961

111

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing legislative commission to study mobile home taxation. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 35–Messrs. Dini and Getto.

1962

112

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to conduct a study of state insurance policies and procedures and report to the next session of the legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 46–Committee on Ways and Means.

1962

113

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the feasibility of establishing a nursery facility of the division of forestry in southern Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 57–Mr. Demers and Mrs. Ford.

1962

114

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the development of the practice of Chinese medicine in this state and to make a report of the results of the study and recommendations for proposed legislation to the next regular session of the legislature. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 35–Senators Drakulich, Herr, Walker, Neal, Swobe and Young.

1963

115

SENATE RESOLUTION–Authorizing the payment of a per diem expense allowance from the legislative fund to the secretary of the senate. Senate Resolution No. 16–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1964

116

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to enact legislation concerning casino dealers’ tip income. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 47–Messrs. Fry, Bremner, Bickerstaff, Hickey, Capurro, Schofield, Mrs. Brookman, Messrs. Vergiels, Mello, May, Howard, Jacobsen, Torvinen, Smalley, Glover, Barengo, Prince, Getto, Mesdames Ford, Gojack, Messrs. Ullom, Smith, Hafen, Broadbent, Wittenberg, Huff, Lowman, Hayes, Banner, McNeel, Bennett, Demers, Dreyer, Robinson, Young and Crawford.

1964

117

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to amend 5 U.S.C. § 6103 to provide that Veterans’ Day will again be celebrated on November 11. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 41–Messrs. Schofield, Banner, Barengo, Bennett, Bickerstaff, Broadbent, Capurro, Craddock, Crawford, Demers, Dini, Dreyer, Mrs. Ford, Messrs. Fry, Getto, Mrs. Gojack, Messrs. Hafen, Hayes, Hickey, Howard, Huff, Jacobsen, Mello, Prince, Smith, Ullom, Wittenberg and Young.

1965

118

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Federal Communications Commission to adopt regulations prohibiting the release of national election returns prior to the closing of the polls in western states. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 36–Messrs. May, Bremner, Mrs. Brookman, Miss Foote, Messrs. Hickey, Getto, Dini, Mesdames Gojack and Ford.

1965

119

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to provide that the State of Nevada may obtain surplus military equipment for use in vocational education programs. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 38–Messrs. Schofield, Fry, Torvinen, Vergiels, Bremner, Hafen, Banner, Hickey, Barengo, Bickerstaff, May, Getto, Dini, Mrs. Brookman, Messrs. Mello, Smalley, Glover, Jacobsen, Howard, Demers, Craddock, Robinson, Ullom, Young, Mesdames Gojack, Ford, Messrs. Capurro, Crawford, Bennett, Smith, Hayes, Dreyer and Lowman.

1966

120

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 6 of article 19 of the Nevada constitution, relating to limitations on the operation of the initiative. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 23–Mr. Getto, Mrs. Ford and Mr. Dini.

1967

121

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Providing for the compensation of clergy for services rendered to the assembly and senate in the 57th session of the Nevada legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 54–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1967

122

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to conduct a study of the probate and related provisions in the statutes of the State of Nevada, to make recommendations and to report to the next regular session of the legislature. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 11–Senator Monroe.

1968

123

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study legislative organization, procedures and operations and report recommendations to next regular session of legislature. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 23–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1968

124

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to conduct a study of the feasibility of consolidating the administration of all welfare programs in the State of Nevada and report recommendations to the next regular session of the legislature. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 26–Committee on Health, Welfare and State Institutions.

1969

125

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to supervise interim studies more closely and to require earlier completion of such studies. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 34–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1970

126

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to initiate and supervise a study of Nevada laws on tax exemptions granted to benevolent and charitable societies. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 40–Committee on Taxation.

1971

127

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to extend and increase federal funding for veterans’ nursing homes. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 42–Committee on Education.

1972

128

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the governor of the State of Nevada to proclaim that each future winner of the Miss Nevada Scholarship Pageant will serve as the official hostess of the State of Nevada. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 46–Messrs. Bickerstaff, Fry, Lowman, Smalley, Ullom, Demers, McNeel, Bennett, Broadbent, Crawford, Craddock, May, Mrs. Brookman, Messrs. Vergiels, Ashworth and Bremner.

1972

129

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Secretary of the Interior to promulgate certain regulations relating to the use of offroad vehicles on public lands. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 49–Committee on Environment and Public Resources.

1973

130

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the President and the Civil Aeronautics Board to authorize competitive commercial air service between Las Vegas and Reno. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 43–Messrs. Wittenberg, Barengo, Bremner, Dreyer, Mesdames Ford, Gojack, Messrs. Huff, Capurro, Crawford, Bennett, Smith, Young, Ullom, Craddock, Robinson, Howard, Glover, Getto, Hickey, Vergiels, Bickerstaff, Banner, Hafen, Torvinen, Demers, Hayes, May, Prince, Smalley, Jacobsen, Mrs. Brookman, Mr. Mello, Miss Foote, Messrs. Fry, Lowman, Dini, Broadbent and McNeel.

1974

131

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the governor to appoint a committee from Clark County and a committee from Washoe County to make comprehensive studies of the need, feasibility and financing of multiuse community recreation and sports facilities for the respective counties and directing the committees to report to the next session of the legislature. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 29–Senators Hecht, Drakulich, Foley, Wilson, Herr, Raggio, Young, Echols, Dodge and Walker.

1974