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RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS

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SENATE RESOLUTION–Adopting Senate Standing Rules for the 59th session of the legislature. Senate Resolution No. 1–Senators Echols, Gibson and Raggio.

1649

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ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of assembly attaches. Assembly Resolution No. 1–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1654

3

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Provides an allowance for each member of the assembly for periodicals, stamps and stationery. Assembly Resolution No. 3–Assemblymen Mello and Bennett.

1654

4

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Directing that a special committee composed of seven members of the assembly study promotion of tourism and economic development. Assembly Resolution No. 4–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1654

5

SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of senate attaches. Senate Resolution No. 2–Senators Echols, Gibson and Raggio.

1655

6

SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing an allowance for each member of the senate for periodicals, stamps and stationery. Senate Resolution No. 3–Senator Lamb.

1655

7

SENATE RESOLUTION–Amending Senate Resolution No. 19 of the 58th session of the legislature to designate certain members of the senate as regular members of the legislative commission in the legislative counsel bureau. Senate Resolution No. 4–Senator Gibson.

1655

8

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Adopting Joint Rules of the Senate and Assembly for the 59th session of the legislature. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 1–Senators Echols, Gibson and Raggio.

1656

9

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional assembly attache. Assembly Resolution No. 6–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1658

10

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Commending Glen C. Taylor for his services to education in Clark County. Assembly Resolution No. 8–Assemblymen Mann, Sena, Jeffrey, Schofield, Kissam, May, Bennett, Chaney, Horn, Craddock, Hickey, Robinson, Banner, Vergiels, Harmon, Demers, Bremner, Brookman and Price.

1658

11

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Congratulating Jimmy Carter and Walter Mondale on their inaugurations as President and Vice President, respectively, of the United States. Senate Joint Resolution No. 4–Senators Neal, Ashworth, Blakemore, Bryan, Close, Dodge, Echols, Faiss, Foote, Gibson, Glaser, Gojack, Hernstadt, Hilbrecht, Lamb, Raggio, Schofield, Sheerin, Wilson and Young.

1659

12

SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional senate attache. Senate Resolution No. 9–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1659

13

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Adding Assembly Standing Rule 111 and amending Assembly Standing Rule 120 for the 59th session of the legislature to provide for a consent calendar. Assembly Resolution No. 9–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1660

14

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional assembly attache. Assembly Resolution No. 11–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1661

15

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Amending Assembly Resolution No. 33 of the 58th session of the legislature to designate certain members of the assembly as regular members of the legislative commission in the legislative counsel bureau. Assembly Resolution No. 5–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1661

16

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing expenditures of not more than $1,500 from the legislative fund for certain expenses in connection with joint hearings of the senate and assembly committees on judiciary held outside Carson City. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 7–Committee on Judiciary.

1662

17

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late legislator Phil M. Tobin. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 8–Senators Glaser, Ashworth and Raggio.

1662

18

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Kiwanis International and designating Kiwanis Club Day to be February 3, 1977. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 10–Senator Sheerin.

1663

19

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to enact legislation enabling the U.S. Forest Service to purchase lands at Lake Tahoe. Senate Joint Resolution No. 9–Senator Sheerin.

1663

20

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the President of the United States not to suspend the operation of the Nevada atomic test site. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 16–Assemblymen Price, Banner, Harmon, Murphy, Barengo, Hayes, Polish, Bennett, Hickey, Rhoads, Bremner, Horn, Robinson, Brookman, Howard, Ross, Chaney, Jacobsen, Schofield, Coulter, Jeffrey, Sena, Craddock, Kissam, Serpa, Demers, Kosinski, Vergeils, Dini, Mann, Wagner, Dreyer, May, Westall, Glover, Mello, Goodman and Moody.

1664

21

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating Nevada Boy Scout Day to be February 7, 1977. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 13–Assemblymen Schofield, Glover, Banner, Barengo, Bennett, Bremner, Brookman, Chaney, Coulter, Craddock, Demers, Dreyer, Gomes, Goodman, Harmon, Hayes, Hickey, Horn, Howard, Jacobsen, Jeffrey, Kissam, Kosinski, Mann, May, Mello, Moody, Murphy, Polish, Price, Rhoads, Robinson, Ross, Sena, Serpa, Vergiels, Wagner, Weise, Westall and Dini.

1665

22

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Commemorating the observance of Black History Week at the Doolittle Center in Las Vegas. Assembly Resolution No. 14–Assemblymen Brookman, Chaney, Bennett, Banner, Barengo, Bremner, Coulter, Craddock, Demers, Dreyer, Glover, Gomes, Goodman, Harmon, Hayes, Hickey, Horn, Howard, Jacobsen, Jeffrey, Kissam, Kosinski, Mann, May, Mello, Murphy, Polish, Price, Rhoads, Robinson, Ross, Schofield, Sena, Serpa, Vergiels, Wagner, Weise, Westall, Dini and Moody.

1666

23

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Commending United States Senator Paul Laxalt. Assembly Resolution No. 15–Assemblymen Jacobsen, Howard, Rhoads, Wagner and Weise.

1667

24

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Calling upon the Congress of the United States to amend the Social Security Act by eliminating the reduction in old-age benefits on account of earnings. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 10–Assemblymen Sena, Dreyer, Murphy, Bennett, Brookman, Coulter, Hayes, Craddock, Jeffrey, Robinson, Mann, Price, Kosinski, Barengo, Schofield, Westall, Demers, Goodman, Harmon, Vergiels, Serpa, Horn, Wagner, Chaney, Bremner, Weise, Howard, Moody, Rhoads, Glover, Ross, Kissam, Gomes, Mello, May, Jacobsen, Hickey, Dini and Polish.

1668

25

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Commending Gerald R. Ford and Nelson A. Rockefeller, former President and Vice President, respectively, of the United States upon their service to this nation. Senate Joint Resolution No. 6–Senators Young, Raggio, Dodge, Schofield, Bryan, Lamb, Blakemore, Ashworth, Wilson, Hernstadt, Foote, Echols, Close, Gibson, Hilbrecht, Neal, Glaser, Gojack, Sheerin and Faiss.

1669

26

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commemorating the birthday of Abraham Lincoln. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 17–Assemblymen Weise, Howard, Jacobsen, Wagner and Rhoads.

1669

27

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Robert Baskin. Assembly Resolution No. 16–Assemblymen Brookman, Banner, Bennett, Bremner, Chaney, Craddock, Demers, Dreyer, Harmon, Hayes, Hickey, Horn, Jeffrey, Kissam, Mann, May, Price, Robinson, Ross, Schofield, Sena and Vergiels.

1670

28

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Congress of the United States and the Secretary of the Interior to expedite the study of the feasibility of increasing the capacity of Hoover Dam. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 6–Assemblymen Harmon, Schofield, Demers, Mello, Weise and Dini.

1671

29

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to study and act on the hazards posed by the use of certain chlorofluorocarbon compounds in aerosol propellants. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 18–Assemblymen Wagner, Vergiels, Jeffrey, Gomes, Price, Hayes, Moody and Serpa.

1671

30

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to study the feasibility of long-distance transfer of surplus water to alleviate future water shortages. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 11–Assemblymen Dini, Mello, Serpa, Howard, Jacobsen, Moody, Demers, Vergiels, Sena, Mann, Barengo, Coulter, Goodman, Bremner, Westall, Brookman, Hickey, Price, May, Kissam, Dreyer, Wagner, Weise and Glover.

1672

31

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to enact legislation which would provide depletion allowances to private firms engaged in the development of geothermal well production. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 5–Assemblymen Demers, Harmon, Dini and Mello.

1673

32

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Amending Assembly Standing Rule 40 to add one member to the Committee on Ways and Means. Assembly Resolution No. 17–Assemblymen Demers, Dini, Harmon and Mello.

1674

33

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the effect of regulation of small business by state and local government agencies. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 3–Assemblymen Coulter, Weise, Dini, Wagner, Jacobsen, Howard, May, Serpa, Rhoads, Hickey, Westall, Polish, Banner, Hayes and Gomes.

1674

34

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending the General Federation of Women’s Clubs and the Nevada Federation of Women’s Clubs for their “HANDS UP” program to combat crime. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 11–Assemblymen Price, Mann, Ross, Hayes, Craddock, Banner, Wagner, Bremner, Sena, Jacobsen, Hickey, Vergiels, Dini, Jeffrey, Westall, Coulter, Glover, May, Murphy, Demers, Howard, Moody, Rhoads, Serpa, Horn, Harmon, Bennett, Kissam, Schofield, Kosinski, Barengo, Polish, Goodman, Robinson, Dreyer, Gomes, Chaney and Weise.

1675

35

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional assembly attache. Assembly Resolution No. 19–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1676

36

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating March 2, 1977, as Nevada PTA Day and recognizing the outstanding service of the Parent-Teacher Association to the cause of education. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 15–Committee on Education, Health and Welfare and State Institutions.

1676

37

SENATE RESOLUTION–Amending Standing Rule 92 relating to notices of bills, topics and public hearings by specifying the contents and availability of the notice and providing a procedure for suspending the rule. Senate Resolution No. 5–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1677

38

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commemorating the Decade for Women. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 20–Assemblymen Wagner, Murphy, Coulter, Kosinski, Brookman, Westall, Hayes, Gomes, Weise, May, Goodman, Robinson, Craddock, Barengo, Ross, Mann, Moody, Horn, Bennett, Jeffrey, Rhoads, Chaney, Banner, Polish, Demers, Vergiels, Schofield, Harmon, Jacobsen, Dreyer, Dini, Serpa, Kissam, Glover, Price, Sena, Mello, Bremner and Hickey.

1677

39

SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional senate attache. Senate Resolution No. 11–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1678

40

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Assemblyman L. G. Carruthers. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 21–Assemblymen Howard and Rhoads.

1678

41

SENATE RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late George B. Maxey. Senate Resolution No. 12–Senators Young, Raggio, Gojack, Wilson and Foote.

1679

42

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Creating a select committee on public lands to meet with appropriate members of Congress and officials of the executive branch in Washington, D.C., concerning Nevada’s need for additional lands in nonfederal ownership and related matters. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 9–Senators Blakemore, Gibson, Bryan, Neal, Gojack, Glaser, Echols, Ashworth, Hilbrecht, Raggio, Dodge, Lamb, Close, Sheerin, Wilson and Schofield.

1679

43

SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional senate attache. Senate Resolution No. 14–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1681

44

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing augmentation from federal moneys of amounts appropriated for certain capital improvement projects. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 13–Committee on Finance.

1681

45

SENATE RESOLUTION–Amending Senate Standing Rule 40 to change the names of certain standing committees. Senate Resolution No. 10–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1682

46

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Honoring former State Senator B. Mahlon Brown. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 20–Senators Lamb, Dodge, Gibson, Young, Close, Wilson, Bryan, Raggio, Blakemore, Echols, Neal, Foote, Schofield, Gojack, Hilbrecht, Sheerin, Ashworth, Glaser, Faiss and Hernstadt.

1683

47

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Honoring former State Senator Warren L. Monroe. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 21–Senators Lamb, Dodge, Gibson, Young, Close, Wilson, Bryan, Raggio, Blakemore, Echols, Neal, Foote, Schofield, Gojack, Hilbrecht, Sheerin, Ashworth, Glaser, Faiss and Hernstadt.

1684

48

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Honoring former State Senator Helen Herr. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 22–Senators Lamb, Dodge, Gibson, Young, Close, Wilson, Bryan, Raggio, Blakemore, Echols, Neal, Foote, Schofield, Gojack, Hilbrecht, Sheerin, Ashworth, Glaser, Faiss and Hernstadt.

1685

49

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the former state senator, Charles D. Gallagher. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 23–Senators Blakemore, Raggio, Young, Dodge, Lamb, Gibson and Close.

1686

50

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 3 of article 15 of the constitution of the State of Nevada relating to eligibility for public office by deleting restrictions relating to dueling and restrictions concerning female electors. Senate Joint Resolution No. 14 of the 58th Session–Committee on Judiciary.

1687

51

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending the Girl Scouts of the United States of America. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 24–Assemblymen Hayes, Dini, Banner, Barengo, Bennett, Bremner, Brookman, Chaney, Coulter, Craddock, Demers, Dreyer, Glover, Gomes, Goodman, Harmon, Hickey, Horn, Howard, Jacobsen, Jeffrey, Kissam, Kosinski, Mann, May, Mello, Moody, Murphy, Polish, Price, Rhoads, Robinson, Ross, Schofield, Sena, Serpa, Vergiels, Wagner, Weise and Westall.

1687

52

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Assemblyman Raymond R. Germain. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 24–Senators Ashworth, Gibson, Lamb, Close, Echols, Neal, Faiss, Hernstadt, Hilbrecht, Schofield, Bryan and Blakemore.

1688

53

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Expressing concern over new mining and grazing regulations of the United States Bureau of Land Management and requesting the President of the United States and the Congress to cause full deliberation before their imposition. Senate Joint Resolution No. 11–Senators Glaser and Blakemore.

1689

54

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the constitution of the State of Nevada by empowering the legislature to fix the limit of original jurisdiction of the justices’ courts and the related appellate jurisdiction of the district courts and supreme court. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 36 of the 58th Session–Assemblymen Barengo, Hayes, Sena, Wagner, Heaney, Lowman, Banner, Polish and Hickey.

1690

55

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Dan C. Murphy, special master of the juvenile court for Carson City. Assembly Resolution No. 21–Assemblymen Glover, Dini, Jacobsen and Serpa.

1692

56

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to reject proposed amendments to the McCarran-Ferguson Act and retain state control of insurance. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 28–Assemblymen Dini and Demers.

1692

57

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Congress to provide equitable treatment for the expenses which state legislators may claim while temporarily at the state capital. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 39–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1694

58

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to refrain from enacting any law which would establish federal supervision over public retirement systems or require public employees to enroll under Social Security. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 30–Assemblyman May.

1694

59

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the return to the senate from the governor’s office of Senate Bill No. 35. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 27–Senator Gibson.

1695

60

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Creating a committee to study the public service commission of Nevada; requiring the committee to report its findings and recommendations to the legislature; and providing other matters properly relating thereto. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 22–Assemblymen Demers, Dini and Harmon.

1696

61

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 7 of article 1 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to bail, by expanding the classification of crimes for which bail may be denied. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 21–Assemblymen Hickey, Westall, May, Price and Dreyer.

1697

62

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the return to the assembly from the governor’s office of Assembly Bill No. 298. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 27–Assemblyman Glover.

1697

63

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Amending Joint Rule 1 to limit conference committees to one and require open and announced meetings. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 4–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1697

64

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Providing for the adjournment of the legislature for specified purposes and periods during the session. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 6–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1698

65

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Designating certain members of the assembly as regular and alternate members of the legislative commission. Assembly Resolution No. 23–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1699

66

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of additional assembly attaches. Assembly Resolution No. 24–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1700

67

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating April 4, 1977, as Deaf Awareness Day. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 32–Assemblymen Brookman, Banner, Barengo, Bennett, Bremner, Chaney, Coulter, Craddock, Demers, Dreyer, Glover, Gomes, Goodman, Harmon, Hayes, Hickey, Horn, Howard, Jacobsen, Jeffrey, Kissam, Kosinski, Mann, May, Mello, Moody, Murphy, Polish, Price, Rhoads, Robinson, Ross, Schofield, Sena, Serpa, Vergiels, Wagner, Weise, Westall and Dini.

1700

68

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 32 of article 4 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to county officers, by removing auditors and public administrators from the list of elective officers. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 8–Assemblymen Mann, Schofield, Bennett and Chaney.

1700

69

SENATE RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Earl Wooster, civic and education leader. Senate Resolution No. 15–Senators Raggio, Young, Foote, Gojack and Wilson.

1701

70

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Eyer Boies. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 29–Senators Glaser and Bryan.

1702

71

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 31 of article 4 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to the property rights of married persons, by more clearly delineating the property rights of such persons and by deleting the constitutional requirement that the legislature adopt laws providing for the registration of the separate property of married women. Senate Joint Resolution No. 16 of the 58th Session–Committee on Judiciary.

1703

72

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the Nevada constitution to permit different appropriate forms of county government. Senate Joint Resolution No. 1–Committee on Government Affairs.

1703

73

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the board of regents of the University of Nevada to extend the medical school of the university to a 4-year school which would award the degree of Doctor of Medicine. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 18–Assemblymen Mello, Harmon, Dini, Demers, Barengo, Howard, Kosinski, Jeffrey, Weise, Serpa, Jacobsen, Sena, Murphy, Dreyer, Glover, Chaney, Westall, Schofield, Rhoads, Wagner, Polish, Price, Moody, May, Bennett, Bremner, Banner, Brookman, Craddock, Hayes, Hickey, Horn, Goodman, Gomes, Mann and Kissam.

1705

74

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional assembly attache. Assembly Resolution No. 25–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1705

75

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Adding Assembly Standing Rule 23 to create a Committee on Ethics, and amending Rules 41 and 44. Assembly Resolution No. 20–Assemblymen Murphy, Dini, Vergiels, Harmon, Demers, Mello, Mann, Jeffrey, Barengo, Hickey, Hayes, Kosinski, May, Westall, Coulter, Sena, Brookman, Craddock, Bremner, Gomes, Serpa, Kissam, Wagner, Moody, Dreyer and Chaney.

1706

76

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals to require establishment of risk management program as prerequisite to accreditation. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 11–Committee on Judiciary.

1707

77

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late William C. “Bill” Bernardini, Carson City juvenile probation officer. Assembly Resolution No. 26–Assemblymen Jacobsen and Glover.

1708

78

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the United States Civil Aeronautics Board to expedite hearings on applications of air carriers to provide passenger service between Reno and Las Vegas. Senate Joint Resolution No. 8–Senator Hernstadt.

1709

79

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the former state treasurer Dan Franks. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 36–Assemblymen Glover, Dini, Demers, Harmon, Mello, Murphy, Robinson, Price, Hickey, Polish, Mann, Gomes, Hayes, May, Ross, Schofield, Chaney, Vergiels, Weise, Westall, Jacobsen, Serpa, Banner, Goodman, Bremner, Howard, Kosinski, Coulter, Sena, Horn, Craddock, Dreyer, Moody, Kissam, Barengo, Jeffrey, Wagner, Bennett, Rhoads and Brookman.

1709

80

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the United States Civil Aeronautics Board to expedite its consideration of the applications of air carriers who wish to provide passenger service between Las Vegas and Reno. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 31–Assemblymen Robinson, Mann, Harmon, Dreyer, Hayes and Weise.

1710

81

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 1 of article 10 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to taxation, by authorizing the legislature to provide for tax upon watercraft in lieu of the property tax. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 12–Committee on Taxation.

1711

82

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 33 of article 4 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to certain expenses of legislators, by providing that the monetary limitation may be fixed by law. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 23–Assemblymen Goodman, Robinson, Craddock, May, Bennett, Horn, Wagner, Coulter, Barengo, Glover, Sena and Polish.

1712

83

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing expenditure from the legislative fund for travel and subsistence for Mr. Bruce Scott for appearance before the assembly committee on environment and public resources. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 33–Committee on Environment and Public Resources.

1712

84

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Assemblyman John P. Harriman. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 45–Assemblyman Gomes.

1713

85

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Designating May 13, 1977, as Senior Citizens’ Day in Nevada and requesting all citizens and state officials to join with the Nevada legislature in recognition of the observance. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 46–Assemblymen Brookman, Dini, Banner, Barengo, Bennett, Bremner, Chaney, Coulter, Craddock, Demers, Dreyer, Glover, Gomes, Goodman, Harmon, Hayes, Hickey, Horn, Howard, Jacobsen, Jeffrey, Kissam, Kosinski, Mann, May, Mello, Moody, Murphy, Polish, Price, Rhoads, Robinson, Ross, Schofield, Sena, Serpa, Vergiels, Wagner, Weise and Westall.

1713

86

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the supreme court to study proposals for full state funding and unitary budgeting for the court system of the state. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 3–Committee on Judiciary.

1714

87

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing the unobligated balance of certain appropriations to be utilized to construct a service center at the Clark County Community College, Clark County, Nevada. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 16–Committee on Finance.

1715

88

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend section 3 of article 11 of the constitution of the State of Nevada relating to sources of revenue pledged for educational purposes by permitting the legislature to determine the policies for investment of such revenues. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 26–Committee on Government Affairs.

1716

89

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. 29–Assemblymen Glover, Mello, Howard, Vergiels and Mann.

1717

90

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the United States Department of the Interior to reconsider its mining regulations. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 38–Committee on Environment and Public Resources.

1717

91

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing expenditure from the legislative fund for travel, subsistence and honorarium to Mr. Hardin Jones for appearance before senate judiciary committee. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 26–Committee on Judiciary.

1719

92

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Amending Joint Rule 11 to permit each house to choose independently its method of selecting alternate members of the legislative commission. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 31–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1719

93

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Requesting the Congress of the United States to submit to the state legislatures an amendment to the United States Constitution which would limit federal appropriations for any fiscal year to federal revenues estimated for that year, except during national emergencies. Senate Joint Resolution No. 3–Committee on Finance.

1720

94

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the Nevada constitution to create an intermediate appellate court. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 2–Assemblymen Barengo, Mann, Hickey, Wagner and Schofield.

1721

95

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the Nevada constitution to provide for election of the chief justice by the justices of the supreme court and a change in his term. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 3–Assemblymen Barengo, Mann, Hickey, Wagner and Schofield.

1726

96

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing an amendment to section 1 of article 10 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to taxation, by requiring the legislature to provide for a progressive exemption of business inventories from property taxation and permitting the legislature to exempt any other personal property from such taxation. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 21 of the 58th Session–Committee on Taxation.

1727

97

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Amending Assembly Standing Rule 40 to add one member to the Committee on Ways and Means. Assembly Resolution No. 30–Assemblymen Dini, Mello, Jeffrey, Harmon and Demers.

1728

98

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional assembly attache. Assembly Resolution No. 31–Assemblyman Glover.

1729

99

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the United States Federal Communications Commission to permit ambulance services in certain Nevada areas to make emergency use of frequencies reserved to the Forestry-Conservation Radio Service. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 44–Assemblymen Demers, Jacobsen, Howard, Glover and Dini.

1729

100

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Amending Standing Rule 104, by reducing the period of limitation for submission of bill drafting requests and introduction of bills. Assembly Resolution No. 22–Assemblymen Dini, Harmon, Murphy, Bremner, Demers and Sena.

1730

101

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Commending Assemblyman Robert E. Robinson and security guard Mike Presti for their emergency lifesaving action for Assemblyman Eileen Brookman. Assembly Resolution No. 32–Assemblymen Dini, Harmon, Demers, Jeffrey, Mello, Vergiels, Schofield, Wagner, Horn, Rhoads, Serpa, Moody, Craddock, Chaney, Sena, Bennett, Hayes, Gomes, Dreyer, Jacobsen, Murphy, Westall, Howard, Weise, Glover, Kissam, Price, Mann, May, Coulter, Kosinski, Hickey, Bremner, Goodman, Polish, Banner, Ross and Barengo.

1730

102

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the return to the assembly from the governor’s office of Assembly Joint Resolution No. 35. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 58–Assemblyman Rhoads.

1731

103

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending secretaries for their valuable contributions to government and private enterprise and designating April 24 through April 30, 1977, as Secretaries’ Week. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 43–Senators Ashworth and Foote.

1731

104

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the return to the senate from the governor’s office of Senate Bill No. 40. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 44–Committee on Government Affairs.

1732

105

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the return to the senate from the governor’s office of Senate Bill No. 341. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 45–Senator Gibson.

1732

106

SENTE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the United States Department of Defense to discontinue consideration of Nevada as a site for project Seafarer or any successor project. Senate Joint Resolution No. 12–Clark County Delegation.

1733

107

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Assemblyman Melvin B. (Bode) Howard. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 60–Assemblymen Dini, Banner, Barengo, Bennett, Bremner, Brookman, Chaney, Coulter, Craddock, Demers, Dreyer, Glover, Gomes, Goodman, Harmon, Hayes, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Jeffrey, Kissam, Kosinski, Mann, May, Mello, Moody, Murphy, Polish, Price, Rhoads, Robinson, Ross, Schofield, Sena, Serpa, Vergiels, Wagner, Weise and Westall.

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108

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Commending Dr. Mary Fulstone on her contribution to public service in Nevada. Assembly Resolution No. 33–Assemblymen Dini, Banner, Barengo, Bennett, Bremner, Chaney, Coulter, Craddock, Demers, Dreyer, Glover, Gomes, Goodman, Harmon, Hayes, Hickey, Horn, Jacobsen, Jeffrey, Kissam, Kosinski, Mann, May, Mello, Moody, Murphy, Polish, Price, Rhoads, Robinson, Ross, Schofield, Sena, Serpa, Vergiels, Wagner, Weise and Westall.

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109

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to enact legislation requiring the Bureau of Land Management to hold local public hearings, issue economic impact statements and obtain congressional approval before adopting regulations. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 42–Assemblymen Gomes, Weise, Rhoads, Serpa, Murphy, Howard, Jacobsen, Glover, Polish, Bremner, Moody, Hickey, Harmon, Sena, May, Robinson, Banner, Dreyer, Craddock, Chaney, Bennett, Jeffrey, Schofield and Horn.

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SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend sections 6 and 33 of article 4 and sections 17 and 22 of article 5 of the Nevada constitution to remove the lieutenant governor as president of the senate and permit his assumption of other duties. Senate Joint Resolution No. 20–Senators Gibson, Lamb, Close, Foote, Blakemore, Dodge, Echols, Ashworth, Glaser, Schofield and Raggio.

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111

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Encouraging political subdivisions to enter cooperative agreements which foster community education. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 35–Senators Schofield, Hilbrecht, Neal, Ashworth, Raggio, Blakemore, Bryan, Young, Glaser, Echols, Faiss, Hernstadt, Sheerin, Wilson and Close.

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112

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing Brock Adams, the Secretary of Transportation, to designate to the State of Nevada the additional mileage necessary to construct the Interstate 80 Spur in Reno. Senate Joint Resolution No. 21–Committee on Transportation.

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113

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Justice David Zenoff for his outstanding service to the State of Nevada. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 46–Senators Raggio, Glaser, Gibson, Neal, Blakemore, Faiss, Hernstadt, Young, Hilbrecht, Schofield, Wilson, Dodge, Echols, Foote, Close, Gojack, Bryan, Lamb, Sheerin and Ashworth.

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114

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Expressing gratitude to the superintendent of the state printing and records division of the department of general services and his staff for their work during the 59th session of the Nevada legislature. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 47–Senators Ashworth, Blakemore, Bryan, Close, Dodge, Echols, Faiss, Foote, Gibson, Glaser, Gojack, Hernstadt, Hilbrecht, Lamb, Neal, Raggio, Schofield, Sheerin, Wilson and Young.

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115

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending Frank W. Daykin for his service to the 59th session of the Nevada legislature. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 48–Senators Gibson, Close, Wilson, Lamb, Dodge, Young, Bryan, Raggio, Blakemore, Echols, Neal, Foote, Schofield, Gojack, Hilbrecht, Sheerin, Ashworth, Glaser, Faiss and Hernstadt.

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116

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the return to the senate from the governor’s office of Senate Bill No. 229. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 49–Senator Dodge.

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117

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Providing for the return of Assembly Bill 606 to the senate for correction. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 50–Senators Blakemore and Wilson.

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118

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Ordering a study of the conditions at the state prison by the legislative commission. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 1–Assemblymen Mann, Schofield, Kosinski, Sena, Harmon, Demers, Jeffrey and Barengo.

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119

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study all provisions of law relating to obscenity. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 6–Assemblymen Wagner, Murphy, Jeffrey, Hayes, Weise and Coulter.

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120

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study methods of assessing and taxing geothermal resources, products and byproducts. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 8–Assemblymen May, Craddock, Serpa and Horn.

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121

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the feasibility of creating a new county to govern the north shore area of Lake Tahoe. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 25–Assemblymen Weise and Murphy.

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122

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the extent of unclaimed property in the state and recommend legislation to provide for disposition of such property. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 34–Assemblymen Robinson and Murphy.

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123

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the regulation of air and surface transportation, including public transportation. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 40–Assemblyman Hayes.

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124

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the community college division of the University of Nevada System. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 44–Assemblymen Hickey, Howard, Chaney, Jeffrey, Rhoads, Price, May, Kosinski, Vergiels and Horn.

1745

125

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the structures and functions of the state board of education and the state department of education. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 54–Committee on Education.

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126

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the administration of mental hygiene and mental retardation programs in Nevada. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 55–Committee on Ways and Means.

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127

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Providing for the compensation of clergy for services rendered to the assembly and senate in the 59th session of the Nevada legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 57–Assemblymen Glover, Mello, Howard, Vergiels and Mann.

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128

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Assemblyman Thomas M. Kean. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 61–Assemblyman Jacobsen.

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129

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing an amendment to section 1 of article 10 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to taxation, by permitting a property tax exemption for the conservation of energy by using nonfossil resources. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 7–Assemblymen Harmon, Mello, Demers, Weise, Dini and Schofield.

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130

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress promptly to enact legislation to protect cacti and yucca on federal land. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 43–Assemblymen Schofield, Jeffrey, Vergiels, Gomes, Murphy, Harmon, Bennett, Moody and Horn.

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131

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Congress of the United States to ratify the California-Nevada Interstate Compact. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 47–Assemblymen Dini, Serpa, Rhoads, Howard, Glover, Moody and Jacobsen.

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132

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing legislative commission to study feasibility of establishing a state home for veterans in Nevada. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 38–Senators Schofield, Close, Echols, Hilbrecht, Neal, Hernstadt, Glaser, Blakemore, Bryan, Raggio, Young, Wilson and Sheerin.

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133

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Congress of the United States to transfer to the State of Nevada the public lands in the checkerboard ownership pattern situated along the railroad right-of-way which crosses northern Nevada. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 53–Assemblyman Rhoads.

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134

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Allocating $5,000,000 from the sale of park bonds to acquisition and construction, bicycle paths and historic preservation. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 26–Assemblymen Mello, Howard, Kosinski, Dini, Glover, Dreyer, Harmon, Demers, Jeffrey, Kissam, Bremner, Gomes, Hickey, May, Murphy, Moody, Polish, Rhoads, Price, Robinson, Schofield, Serpa, Sena, Vergiels, Wagner, Westall, Hayes, Horn, Jacobsen, Mann, Barengo, Bennett, Banner, Chaney and Craddock.

1752

135

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the return to the assembly from the governor’s office Assembly Bill No. 623. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 63–Committee on Ways and Means.

1754

136

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing the legislative commission to study certain problems concerning professional liability insurance. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 12–Committee on Judiciary.

1754

137

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to conduct a study recodifying Nevada’s education laws. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 36–Senator Dodge.

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138

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress to enact S.B. 1118 which raises the threshold of reporting gaming payouts for income tax purposes. Senate Joint Resolution No. 25–Senators Ashworth, Close, Bryan, Dodge, Foote, Sheerin, Gibson, Lamb, Raggio, Glaser and Wilson.

1755

139

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the administrative procedures followed by the Nevada industrial commission and alternative methods of providing workmen’s compensation coverage. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 39–Committee on Commerce and Labor.

1756

140

SENATE RESOLUTION–Amending Senate Standing Rule 118 relating to resolutions for certain purposes. Senate Resolution No. 7–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1757

141

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the United States Bureau of Land Management and the United States Department of the Interior to take prompt action to reduce the number of wild horses and burros on public lands. Senate Joint Resolution No. 23–Senators Lamb and Glaser.

1757

142

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Petitioning the Congress of the United States to restrain federally protected free-roaming horses and burros or pay for the damages caused by such animals. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 59–Committee on Agriculture.

1758

143

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to direct certain federal agencies to contract with Nevada for the administration of certain federal lands. Senate Joint Resolution No. 26–Senators Dodge, Blakemore and Glaser.

1760

144

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the Congress of the United States to authorize and appropriate money for a veterans’ hospital in Clark County, Nevada. Senate Joint Resolution No. 24–Senators Schofield, Neal, Faiss, Hilbrecht, Hernstadt, Blakemore, Glaser, Echols, Ashworth, Bryan, Gibson, Lamb and Close.

1761

145

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Memorializing the President of the United States to appoint a mineral affairs adviser to the White House staff. Senate Joint Resolution No. 18–Senator Blakemore.

1762

146

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Requesting the Economic Adjustment Committee to assist the University of Nevada’s Desert Research Institute in its efforts to revitalize Walker Lake in Mineral County, Nevada. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 51–Assemblyman Moody.

1763

147

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional assembly attache. Assembly Resolution No. 34–Assemblyman Glover.

1764

148

ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION–Memorializing the late Matthew “Matt” Bernard, Douglas County clerk-treasurer. Assembly Resolution No. 35–Assemblymen Jacobsen and Dini.

1764

149

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the return to the assembly from the governor’s office Assembly Bill No. 689. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 64–Assemblyman Demers.

1765

150

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commemorating Cinco de Mayo for 1977, and honoring the Latin American celebration. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 65–Assemblymen Sena, Mello, Dini, Mann, Goodman, Bennett, Craddock, Serpa, Rhoads, Horn, Chaney, Kissam, Hayes, Howard, Harmon, Demers, Vergiels, Jeffrey, Wagner, Dreyer, Jacobsen, Glover, Gomes, Weise, Coulter, Polish, Banner, Barengo, Bremner, Schofield, Kosinski, Price, Ross, Hickey, Murphy, May, Westall, Moody and Robinson.

1765

151

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study the problems and treatment of alcoholism and drug abuse in Nevada and the feasibility of requiring health insurance to cover treatment thereof. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 34–Committee on Commerce and Labor.

1766

152

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study and make recommendations on the subject of pupil achievement. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 14–Senators Bryan, Gibson, Close and Hilbrecht.

1766

153

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study local government liability insurance and employee group insurance available to local governments. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 37–Senator Dodge.

1767

154

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the Nevada constitution by removing the designation of the county clerks as ex officio clerks of the courts of record. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 1–Assemblymen Barengo, Mann, Wagner and Hickey.

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155

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing an amendment to section 1 of article 10 of the constitution of the State of Nevada, relating to taxation, by permitting a property tax exemption for the reduction of any form of pollution. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 9–Assemblymen Robinson, Price, Brookman and Hickey.

1768

156

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Creating a committee to undertake a study of labor-management relations in private enterprise and develop a plan to avert or resolve serious labor disputes. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 19–Senator Blakemore.

1769

157

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Authorizing the state department of conservation and natural resources to acquire certain real property for park purposes from the proceeds of the 1970 park bond issue. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 51–Committee on Finance.

1770

158

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Expressing the appreciation of the State of Nevada to the Max C. Fleischmann Foundation of Nevada. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 56–Committee on Judiciary.

1771

159

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the return to the assembly from the governor’s office Assembly Bill No. 307. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 67–Assemblyman Demers.

1772

160

SENATE RESOLUTION–Providing for the appointment of an additional senate attache. Senate Resolution No. 17–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1772

161

SENATE RESOLUTION–Designating certain members of the senate as members of the legislative commission. Senate Resolution No. 16–Senators Gibson and Raggio.

1772

162

SENATE RESOLUTION–Amending Senate Standing Rule 104 by reducing the period for submission of individual bill drafting requests or introduction of bills. Senate Resolution No. 8–Committee on Legislative Functions.

1773

163

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the return to the senate from the governor’s office Senate Bill No. 480. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 55–Senator Wilson.

1773

164

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the return to the senate from the governor’s office of Senate Bill No. 359. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 53–Senator Gibson.

1774

165

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Directing the legislative commission to study crimes and punishments. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 38–Committee on Judiciary.

1774

166

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Requesting the return to the assembly from the governor’s office of Assembly Bill No. 556. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 66–Assemblyman Kissam.

1775

167

ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION–Commending the staff of the Nevada legislative counsel bureau for their service to the 59th session of the Nevada legislature. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 68–Assemblymen Dini, Mello, Harmon, Demers, Glover, Banner, Barengo, Bennett, Bremner, Brookman, Chaney, Coulter, Craddock, Dreyer, Gomes, Goodman, Hayes, Hickey, Horn, Howard, Jacobsen, Jeffrey, Kissam, Kosinski, Mann, May, Moody, Murphy, Polish, Price, Rhoads, Robinson, Ross, Schofield, Sena, Serpa, Vergiels, Wagner, Weise and Westall.

1775

168

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the United States Secretary of the Interior to develop water-based recreational facilities at Fire Mountain in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Senate Joint Resolution No. 28–Senator Gibson.

1776

169

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the Congress to enact tax credit for employers of newly hired handicapped persons. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 50–Assemblymen Brookman, Gomes, Wagner, Hayes, Westall, Banner, Barengo, Bennett, Bremner, Chaney, Coulter, Craddock, Demers, Dreyer, Glover, Goodman, Harmon, Hickey, Horn, Howard, Jacobsen, Jeffrey, Kissam, Kosinski, Mann, May, Mello, Moody, Murphy, Polish, Price, Rhoads, Robinson, Ross, Schofield, Sena, Serpa, Vergiels, Weise and Dini.

1777

170

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION–Proposing to amend the Nevada constitution to provide for the election of one-third of the district judges at each general election. Senate Joint Resolution No. 10–Senators Gibson, Dodge, Close, Faiss, Glaser, Young, Bryan, Foote, Schofield, Raggio, Hilbrecht, Ashworth and Lamb.

1777

171

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTION–Urging the President and Congress to reevaluate the importance of completing the Humboldt River and Tributaries Project and to provide money to complete advanced planning studies. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 34–Assemblyman Rhoads.

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