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Table of Contents
    Title Page
        Page i
    Members of the House of Representatives - Special Session, 1971
        Page ii
        Page iii
    June 1971
        Wednesday, June 9
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        Monday, June 14
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        Tuesday, June 15
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        Wednesday, June 16
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        Thursday, June 17
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        Friday, June 18
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        Monday, June 21
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        Tuesday, June 22
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        Wednesday, June 23
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        Thursday, June 24
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        Monday, June 28
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    Index
        Contents
            Page 166
        Members of the House, Bills Introduced and Committee Assignments
            Page 167
            Page 168
            Page 169
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        Bills, Resolutions and Memorials Introduced by Committees
            Page 171
        Miscellaneous Subjects
            Page 171
        Vetoed Bills
            Page 171
        Subject Index of House and Senate Bills, Resolutions and Memorials
            Page 171
            Page 172
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            House Bills, Resolutions, and Memorials by Number, Subject, Introducer, and Disposition
                Page 174
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            Senate Bills, Resolutions, and Memorials ( Received in House) by Number, Subject, and Introducer
                Page 176
Full Text
Journal
of the
House of Representatives


SPECIAL SESSION
of the
SECOND LEGISLATURE
[under the Constitution as Revised in 1968]
JUNE 9, 1971 through JUNE 24, 1971
[Including a record of transmittal of Acts
subsequent to sine die adjournment]



MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Special Session 1971
[Democrats in roman (81); Republicans in italic (88)]


District
ESCAMBIA
1 Roy L. Hess, Pensacola (D)
2 Gordon W. Tyrrell, Pensacola (D)
3 Tom Tobiassen, Pensacola (R)
4 Jim Reeves, Pensacola (D)
SANTA ROSA-OKALOOSA-WALTON-
HOLMES-WASHINGTON
5 Edmond M. Fortune, Pace (D)
6 Henton D. Elmore, Crestview (D)
7 Jerry G. Melvin, Fort Walton Beach (D)
BAY-GULF-CALHOUN
8 William J. Rish, Port St. Joe (D)
9 Joe Chapman, Panama City (D)
LIBERTY-JACKSON-GADSDEN
10 R. D. Woodward, Jr., Quincy (D)
11 Wayne Mixson, Marianna (D)
FRANKLIN-WAKULLA-LEON
12 Miley Miers, Tallahassee (D)
13 Donald L. Tucker, Tallahassee (D)
JEFFERSON-MADISON-TAYLOR-
LAFAYETTE
14 Jack Burke, Jr., Perry (D)
SUWANNEE-DIXIE-HAMILTON-
GILCHRIST-LEVY
15 Howell Lancaster, Trenton (D)
NASSAU-BAKER-COLUMBIA--
BRADFORD-UNION-CLAY
16 Eugene F. Shaw, Starke (D)
17 Wayne Hollingsworth, Lake City (D)
DUVAL
18 Hugh J. Grainger, Jr., Jacksonville (D)
19 Ted Alvarez, Jacksonville (D)
20 Carl Ogden, Jacksonville (D)
21 Bill Birchfield, Jacksonville (D)
22 John E. Santora, Jr., Jacksonville (D)
23 John R. Forbes, Jacksonville (D)
24 Joseph G. Kennelly, Jr., Jacksonville (D)
25 R. Earl Dixon, Jacksonville (R)


District
26 J. Wertz Nease, Jacksonville (R)
27 Don Nichols, Jacksonville (D)
28 Harry Westberry, Jacksonville (D)
ALACHUA-MARION
29 Ralph D. Turlington, Gainesville (D)
30 Kenneth H. MacKay, Jr., Ocala (D)
31 Bill Andrews, Gainesville (D)
PUTNAM-FLAGLER-ST. JOHNS-LAKE
32 L. E. Brown, Tavares (D)
33 James A. Glisson, Eustis (R)
34 A. H. Craig, St. Augustine (D)
VOLUSIA
35 William R. Conway, Ormond Beach (D)
36 James H. Sweeny, Jr., DeLand (D)
37 William M. Gillespie, New Smyrna Beach (D)
ORANGE-SEMINOLE
38 Eugene C. Mooney, Orlando (R)
39 Harvey W. Matthews, Orlando (R)
40 Bill Fulford, Orlando (D)
41 Walter Sims, Orlando (R)
42 William D. Gorman, Winter Park (R)
43 Lewis S. Earle, Maitland (R)
44 Robert C. Milburn, Winter Park (D)
45 William L. Gibson, Orlando (R)
PINELLAS
46 John J. Savage, Redington Beach (R)
47 Mary R. Grizzle, Clearwater (1)
48 Roger H. Wilson, St. Petersburg (R)
49 Jack Murphy, Clearwater (R)
50 Ed S. Whitson, Jr., Clearwater (R)
51 A. S. Robinson, St. Petersburg (R)
52 Donald R. Crane, Jr., St. Petersburg (R)
53 William H. Fleece, St. Petersburg (R)
54 Dennis McDonald, St. Petersburg (R)
POLK-SUMTER
55 John R. Clark, Lakeland (D)
56 Larry Libertore, Lakeland (D)
57 Ray Mattox, Winter Haven (D)



District
58 Quillian S. Yancey, Lakeland (D)
59 Fred Jones, Auburndale (D)
HILLSBOROUGH-CITRUS-PASCO--
HERNANDO
60 Ed Blackburn, Jr., Tampa (D)
61 James L. Redman, Plant City (D)
62 Guy Spicola, Tampa (D)
63 Elvin L. Martinez, Tampa (D)
64 Julian B. Lane, Tampa (D)
65 T. Terrell Sessums, Tampa (D)
66 John L. Ryals, Brandon (D)
67 Paul W. Danahy, Jr., Tampa (D)
68 Richard S. Hodes, Tampa (D)
69 John R. Culbreath, Brooksville (D)
70 Tommy Stevens, Dade City (D)
BREVARD-OSCEOLA-INDIAN RIVER-
OKEECHOBEE
71 Jack Shreve, Merritt Island (D)
72 F. Eugene Tubbs, Rockledge (R)
73 Jane W. Robinson, Merritt Island (R)
74 William E. Powell, Indialantic (R)
ST. LUCIE
75 Charles Nergard, Fort Pierce (R)
MARTIN-PALM BEACH
76 Donald H. Reed, Jr., Boca Raton (R)
77 Jack M. Poorbaugh, Delray Beach (R)
78 Donald F. Hazelton, West Palm Beach (R)
79 Raymond J. Moudry, West Palm Beach (R)
80 Russell E. Sykes, North Palm Beach (R)
81 David C. Clark, North Palm Beach (R)
BROWARD
82 Dave Smith, Pompano Beach (R)
83 George Williamson, Fort Lauderdale (R)
84 George L. Caldwell, Fort Lauderdale (R)
85 William G. Zinkil, Sr., Hollywood (D)
86 Jon C. Thomas, Fort Lauderdale (R)
87 Joel K. Gustafson, Fort Lauderdale (R)
88 Van B. Poole, Fort Lauderdale (R)
89 Edward J. Trombetta, Fort Lauderdale (D)


District
DADE
90 Maxine E. Baker, Miami (D)
91 Richard R. Renick, South Miami (D)
92 George Firestone, Coral Gables (D)
93 Dick Clark, Coral Gables (D)
94 Lew Whitworth, Miami Lakes (D)
95 Murray H. Dubbin, Miami (D)
96 Gwendolyn S. Cherry, Miami (D)
97 Richard A. Pettigrew, Miami (D)
98 Talbot D'Alemberte, Miami (D)
99 Joe Lang Kershaw, Miami (D)
100 Walter W. Sackett, Jr., Miami (D)
101 Harold G. Featherstone, Hialeah (D)
102 Vernon C. Holloway, Miami (D)
103 Carl A. Singleton, Coral Gables (D)
104 Robert C. Hector, Miami (D)
105 Sherman S. Winn, North Miami (D)
106 Robert C. Hartnett, Miami (D)
107 George Ira Baumgartner, North Miami (D)
108 Marshall S. Harris, Miami (D)
DADE-MONROE
109 Jeff D. Gautier, Miami (D)
110 Carey Matthews, Miami Beach (D)
111 Louis Wolfson II, Miami Beach (D)
COLLIER-GLADES-HENDRY-LEE
112 Ted Randell, Fort Myers (D)
113 James Lorenzo Walker, Naples (D)
MONROE
114 Fred Tittle, Tavernier (D)
HARDEE-MANATEE
115 John Harllee, Bradenton (D)
116 Tom Gallen, Bradenton (D)
DESOTO-HIGHLANDS-CHARLOTTE-
SARASOTA
117 Jim K. Tillman, Sarasota (R)
118 Robert M. Johnson, Sarasota (R)
119 Granville H. Crabtree, Jr., Sarasota (R)


OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Special Session 1971


Speaker-Richard A. Pettigrew
Speaker pro tempore-Eugene F. Shaw

Clerk-Allen Morris
Sergeant at Arms-Claude E. Wingate



THE JOURNAL OF THE FLORIDA
House of Representatives
Proceedings at Tallahassee of the Second Legislature
[under the Constitution as Revised in 1968]
SPECIAL SESSION
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1971
Beginning of a Special Session of the Second Legislature under the Constitution as Revised in 1968, convened
by Proclamation of the Governor and held at the Capitol in Tallahassee, Florida, on Wednesday, June 9, 1971.


The House of Representatives was called to order at 11:00
A.M. by the Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew, Speaker, pur-
suant to the following Proclamation of the Governor, which
was read:
PROCLAMATION
State of Florida
Office of the Governor
Tallahassee
To the Honorable Members of the Senate and House of Repre-
sentatives:
WHEREAS, the Legislature of the State of Florida convened
in Regular Session for the year 1971 on the 6th day of April
A. D. 1971, and
WHEREAS, the Legislature adjourned the Regular Session
of 1971, sine die, on the 4th day of June A. D. 1971, and
WHEREAS, the Legislature, during the Regular Session of
1971 failed to enact a General Appropriations Act or provide
adequate financing for necessary programs and activities of
State Government, and
WHEREAS, it is my duty as Governor under Section 1 of
Article IV, Florida Constitution, to take care that the laws be
faithfully executed, and
WHEREAS, the enactment of a General Appropriations Act
which is properly and adequately financed is essential in order
to insure the benefits of the constitutional liberty, perfect our
government, insure domestic tranquility, maintain public order
and guarantee equal civil and political rights due all the citizens
of the State of Florida;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, REUBIN O'D. ASKEW, as Governor
of the State of Florida, in obedience to my constitutional duty
and by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by Sec-
tion 3, Article III, of the Constitution of Florida (1968), do
hereby proclaim as follows:
1. That the Legislature of the State of Florida be and it
is hereby convened in Special Session at the Capital, Tallahassee
Florida, for a period of approximately ten (10) consecutive
days, commencing at 11 o'clock A.M., Wednesday, the 9th day
of June A. D. 1971, and ending at 5 o'clock P. M., on the 18th
day of June A. D. 1971.
2. That the Legislature of the State of Florida is convened
for the sole and exclusive purpose of considering the enact-
ment of a General Appropriations Bill and such revenue bills
as are necessary to adequately and properly finance the Gen-
eral Appropriations Bill.
3. That the only legislative business which may be transacted
during the said Special Session is that business which is within
the purview of paragraph 2 of this Proclamation, or within the
purview of a communication to the Florida Legislature from
the Governor, or that which is introduced by consent of two-
thirds (%) of the membership of each house of the Florida
Legislature.

4. That the Proclamation of the Governor issued and filed
with the Secretary of State on the 4th day of June A. D. 1971
is suspended by this Proclamation.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused the
Great Seal of the State of Florida to
be affixed at Tallahassee, the Capitol,
this 8th day of June A. D. 1971.
Reubin O'D. Askew
Governor
ATTEST:
Richard (Dick) Stone
Secretary of State
The following Members were recorded present:


Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartnei
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Caldwell
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece
Forbes

Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harllee
Harris
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hodes
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.

Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Redman
Reed
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Sessums
Shaw
Shreve


Sims
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil


Excused: Representatives Chapman, Crane, Gillespie, Hart-
nett, C. Matthews, Randell, Santora, and Williamson. Also
Representative Reeves for the Morning Session.
A quorum was present.
Prayer
Prayer by The Reverend Douglas Watterson, Pastor of the
First Baptist Church, Tallahassee:
Our Father, because we recognize our human limitations,
because we understand the depth of our responsibility, be-


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cause we truly seek the best interests of the peoples of
this state, we invoke the presence, the power, and the direc-
tion of Almighty God in this assembly. Help us to be
attentive to the inner voice, sensitive to the needs of all
men, and courageous in the exercising of our power. We
pray in Thy great name. Amen.
Pledge
The Members pledged allegiance to the Flag.
Communication from the Governor
Governor Reubin O'D. Askew advised that he desired to
address the Legislature in Joint Session at 11:15 A.M. today.
Introduction of House Concurrent Resolution
On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the rules were waived and-
By Representative Dubbin-
HCR 1-C Org.-A concurrent resolution providing that the
House of Representatives and the Senate convene in joint ses-
sion.
WHEREAS, His Excellency, Governor Reubin O'D. Askew
has expressed a desire to address the Legislature in joint ses-
sion; NOW, THEREFORE,
Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State
of Florida, the Senate Concurring:
That the House of Representatives and the Senate convene in
joint session in the chamber of the House of Representatives
at 11:15 A.M. this day, June 9, 1971, for the purpose of receiv-
ing the message from the Governor.
-was read the first time by title. On motions by Mr. Dubbin,
the rules were waived and HCR 1-C Org. was read the second
time in full, adopted and immediately certified to the Senate.
Messages from the Senate
The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 9, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has adopted-
HCR 1-C Org.
Respectfully,
Elmer O. Friday, Jr.
Secretary of the Senate
The concurrent resolution, contained in the above message,
was ordered enrolled.
JOINT SESSION
Arrival of Supreme Court and Cabinet
Mr. Chief Justice B. K. Roberts, Mr. Justice Richard W. Ervin,
Mr. Justice Vassar B. Carlton, Mr. Justice James C. Adkins, Jr.,
Mr. Justice Joseph A. Boyd, Jr., and Mr. Justice Hal P. Dekle,
members of the Supreme Court, and The Honorable Richard
Stone, Secretary of State; The Honorable Fred O. Dickinson, Jr.,
Comptroller; and The Honorable Floyd T. Christian, Commis-
sioner of Education, members of the Cabinet, were escorted into
the Chamber by the Sergeant at Arms and seated.


Arrival of the Senate
Pursuant to the provisions of HCR 1-C Org., the Members of
the Senate, escorted by the Secretary and the Sergeant at Arms
of the Senate, were seated in the Chamber.
The Joint Session was called to order by the Speaker at 11:15
A.M.
A quorum of the Joint Session was declared present.
The Speaker asked the President of the Senate to preside
over the Joint Session.
THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE IN THE CHAIR
Prayer
Prayer by The Reverend Douglas Watterson, Pastor of the
First Baptist Church, Tallahassee:
Our Father, we know that the essence of sin is not un-
belief but indifference to God. We believe that the tragedy
of man is his rejection of the authority of God in his in-
dividual life, in his family, in his government, and in his
world. History bears mute evidence to the human misery
which man, apart from God, has perpetrated upon himself
and upon his fellows. Human arrogance has not always
been absent in this assembly and the consequent error has
sometimes redounded to the hurt of our people. For that
cause we invoke the presence and the direction of Almighty
God in this assembly. We remember that the scripture
promises "if any man lack wisdom, let him ask of God who
gives to all men freely and it shall be given to him."
Keep us from the foolishness of making orphans of our-
selves in the universe, from the arrogance of human self-
sufficiency, and make us attentive to the inner voice. We
pray in Thy great name. Amen.
Pledge
The Joint Session pledged allegiance to the Flag, led by
Representative Westberry at the request of President Thomas.
Committee to the Governor
On motion by Mr. Nichols, the President appointed Senators
de la Parte, Bishop, and Stolzenburg, and the Speaker appointed
Representatives Nichols, Lancaster, and Reed as a joint com-
mittee to notify Governor Askew that the Legislature had
assembled to receive his message.
The committee retired and presently returned escorting the
Governor.
Governor's Address
The President then presented Governor Askew, who addressed
the Joint Session as follows:
Welcome again to Tallahassee.
In the Session just ended, you took historic action to put
this state on the road to reform in many areas.
You authorized an early vote on the corporate profits tax,
passed a severance tax on the mining of phosphates and other
minerals, and repealed unjustified exemptions in local property
taxes.
In the area of criminal justice, you took steps to turn our
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toward rebuilding wasted lives. You took a more realistic
approach to our problems with marijuana and alcoholism, and
you ended the election of judges on the irrelevant issue of party
label.
You also armed citizens, through individual or class action
suits, to crack down on violators of our pollution laws. You
moved to reform our insurance laws, and you made a beginning
in the critical area of housing and in other areas as well.
With this kind of responsive action, you are restoring the
faith of the people in their government and in those who govern.
The people are watching us now.
This is why it is so important that we not allow divisions of
house against house, district against district, or philosophy
against philosophy to obscure the progress that has been
made. You are not expected to compromise your principles-
but rather your legitimate differences. Because to refuse to
settle those differences now would not only be an indictment of
the bicameral system but of the legislative process, as well.
We have made progress in many areas. We now must act
swiftly and economically to complete the major task left un-
done in the Regular Session.
When the Legislature adjourned last Friday without agreeing
on a general appropriations bill for the coming year, I an-
nounced that I would propose, at this Special Session, a modified
spending bill and the revenue measures to finance it. I was
convinced then that the houses were, in fact, so far apart and
the atmosphere so uncompromising that it was necessary for
me to present new, specific recommendations. I have every rea-
son to believe this has now changed.
I have spent long hours conferring with your leadership and
my fiscal advisers-seeking areas of possible compromise which
your leaders could bring before you.
I am now convinced that substantial progress has been made
in a new atmosphere of cooperation and compromise. I am, in
fact, encouraged by the prospect that you can resolve your
differences through the normal legislative processes.
And so, rather than recommend a revised program of my
own-which would in effect force me to choose one House over
the other and risk an untimely polarization of the two-I
suggest that we work together to hammer out a realistic com-
promise.
With the concurrence of your leadership, I recommend that
you:
(1) Take action on your respective bills today.
(2) Assign those bills to conference committees today, and
(3) Adopt a joint resolution today recessing this Special
Session until Monday.
This will allow time for the conferees to reach the agree-
ment which has been so illusive up to now.
It also will save the taxpayers much of the expense usually
attendant to a Special Session of this kind.
My hope my expectation is that you will return
Monday and demonstrate how smoothly and responsibly a truly
effective Legislature can work when the need is urgent.
Neither of your houses has passed a tax this year that I
would not be inclined to accept.
There is no reason why you should not be able to complete
your basic fiscal obligations in short order next week-this the
people expect.


Once you have acted upon a responsible appropriations
bill-and the revenue measures to finance it-I will consider
expanding this Session to deal with other critical matters-
such as proper funding for the cities and reorganization of
the department of commerce.
My staff, in fact, is working with members of the legislative
staff on a new divorce reform bill, which I would like to recom-
mend at that time. This bill incorporates many good features
of the measure which I vetoed last week. It will strengthen
and support the family and minimize the unrealistic and often
bitter adversary nature of divorce proceedings.
It also removes my objections to the original version. It
provides for counseling. Most importantly, it insures that divorce
in Florida will not become simply a routine, unilateral pro-
cedure.
I would like to say, in closing, that there will be times when
we will have disagreements between the houses and between
the executive and legislative branches times when I must
and shall exercise my responsibility of veto and times when
you must and will exercise your prerogatives under the consti-
tution.
We all expect that.
Because a good and open fight is one of our more vigorous
ways of searching for the truth.
But there will also be times when we must put aside our
private dreams of what might have been and work together
for what must be done.
This, my friends, is one of those times.
We have work to do.
Thank you ... and good luck.
Following the address, Governor Askew, the members of the
Cabinet and the members of the Supreme Court were escorted
from the Chamber.
On motion by Senator Hollahan, the Joint Session was dis-
solved and the Senators retired to the Senate Chamber.
THE SPEAKER IN THE CHAIR
Reconvened
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 11:35 A.M.
A quorum was present.
Recess
On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the House recessed at 11:36 A.M.
to reconvene at 3:00 P.M. today.
AFTERNOON SESSION
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 3:00 P.M.
The following Members were recorded present:

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn

Brown
Burke
Caldwell
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.

Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon

Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece
Forbes




4 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES June 9, 1971


Fortune Kershaw Poorbaugh Sykes
Fulford Lancaster Powell Thomas
Gallen Lane Redman Tillman
Gautier Libertore Reed Tittle
Gibson MacKay Reeves Tobiassen
Glisson Martinez Renick Trombetta
Gorman Matthews, H. Rish Tubbs
Grainger Mattox Robinson, A. S. Tucker
Grizzle McDonald Robinson, J. W. Turlington
Gustafson Melvin Ryals Tyrrell
Harllee Miers Sackett Walker
Harris Milburn Savage Westberry
Hazelton Mixson Sessums Whitson
Hector Mooney Shaw Whitworth
Hess Moudry Shreve Wilson
Hodes Murphy Sims Winn
Hollingsworth Nease Singleton Wolfson
Holloway Nergard Smith Woodward
Johnson Nichols Spicola Yancey
Jones Ogden Stevens Zinkil
Kennelly Poole Sweeny
A quorum was present.
Without objection, the rules were waived and the House pro-
ceeded to the order of-
Introduction and Reference
By the Committee on Appropriations-
HB 1-C-A bill to be entitled An act making appropriations;
providing moneys for the annual period beginning July 1, 1971,
and ending June 30, 1972, to pay salaries, other expenses,
capital outlay-buildings and improvements, and for other
specified purposes of the various agencies of state govern-
ment; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and placed on the Calendar
without reference.
Rule Waiver for Appropriations Bill
On motion by Mr. Harris, the rules were waived and the
House agreed to allow the General Appropriations Bill to be
exempted from the requirements of Rule 7.
By Representatives Brown and Craig-
HB 2-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to St. Augustine
historical restoration and preservation commission; appropriat-
ing funds from the state general revenue fund to the St. Au-
gustine historical restoration and preservation commission for
the annual cross and sword pageant for fiscal years 1971-1972,
1972-1973, 1973-1974; providing an effective date.
-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.
By Representatives Gorman, Gibson, Milburn, Fulford, Earle,
H. W. Matthews, and Mooney-
HB 3-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Orange
County, fire control districts; amending subsection (1) of sec-
tion 2, chapter 67-1821, Laws of Florida, to change number of
registered freeholders to number of registered voters required
to sign petition; adding subsections (3) and (4) to section 2,
chapter 67-1821, Laws of Florida, to provide for designation of
alternative methods of assessment; amending section 10, chap-
ter 67-1821, Laws of Florida, as amended by section 2, chapter
69-1380, Laws of Florida, to provide for an alternative method
of assessment for the special benefit; amending sections 11, 15,
and 18, chapter 67-1821, Laws of Florida, to reflect the alterna-
tive method of assessment; providing an effective date.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 3-C.
-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.


By Representative Forbes-
HB 4-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to alcoholic
beverage licenses in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida; pro-
viding for an additional beverage license for "The Jury Room,
Inc."; providing for the waiver of the term of existence of the
licensee; providing an effective date.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 4-C.
-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.
Consideration of the General Appropriations Bill
On motion by Mr. Harris, the rules were waived to allow
staff members of the Committee on Appropriations to be
present in the Chamber during consideration of the general
appropriations bill.
HB 1-C-A bill to be entitled An act making appropriations;
providing moneys for the annual period beginning July 1, 1971,
and ending June 30, 1972, to pay salaries, other expenses,
capital outlay-buildings and improvements, and for other
specified purposes of the various agencies of state govern-
ment; providing an effective date.
-was taken up. On motion by Mr. Harris, the rules were
waived and HB 1-C was read the second time by title.
The Committee on Appropriations offered the following
amendment:
On page 20, Item 208, Section 1 after proviso shown add new
proviso to read as follows: Notwithstanding the provisions of
section 242.62(1), Florida Statutes, as amended, the state shall
pay the first accredited and approved medical school estab-
lished in the state the sum of six thousand five hundred dollars
($6,500) per year for each student admitted and enrolled in
such institution. For the 1971-72 fiscal year the number of
students authorized for such support shall not exceed four
hundred and thirty (430).
Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.
"The Committee on Appropriations offered the following
amendment:
On page 16a., strike all of proviso language at top of page
after all of (8) down to "Migrant Labor" and insert the follow-
ing.
(9) Every law enforcement officer who has met or meets an
"approved training course" as defined in this act, shall effec-
tive September 1, 1971, and thereafer receive a lump sum
amount in the manner as provided in subsection (1), of twenty-
five dollars ($25.00) per month, which amount shall be in
addition to any supplements, increments, annual or merit raises
which were a part of existing salary structure and salary plans
of the local unit at the time this act became law.
(10) Every law enforcement officer who has met or meets
a junior college degree or equivalent as defined in this act,
shall, effective September 1, 1971, and thereafter, receive a
lump sum amount, in the manner as provided in subsection (1),
of thirty dollars ($30.00) per month, which amount shall be
in addition to any supplements, increments, annual or merit
raises which were a part of existing salary structure and salary
plans of the local unit at the time this act became law.
(11) Every law enforcement officer who has met or meets a
"bachelor degree" as defined in this act, after obtaining a
"junior college degree or equivalent," as defined herein, shall
effective September 1, 1971 and thereafter, recieve a lump sum
amount, in the manner as provided in subsection (1) of fifty
dollars ($50.00) per month, which amount shall be in addition
to any supplements, increments, annual or merit raises which
were a part of existing salary structure and salary plans of
the local unit at the time this act became law.




June 9, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 5


(12) Every law enforcement officer who has met or meets
a bachelor degree as defined in this act, after obtaining a junior
college degree, as defined, shall, effective September 1, 1971,
and thereafter, receive a lump sum amount, in the manner as
provided in subsection (1), of eighty dollars ($80.00) per month,
which amount shall be in addition to any supplements, incre-
ments, annual or merit raises which were a part of existing
salary structure and salary plans of the local unit at the time
this act became law.
(13) The maximum amount any law enforcement officer may
receive under this act shall not exceed one hundred thirty
dollars ($130.00) per month.
(14) It is the express intent of the legislature that no local
unit shall use any state funds received pursuant to this act,
or any federal funds made available under section 163.557,
Florida Statutes, for the purpose of circumventing payment of
any existing salary or compensation plans which provide normal
pay increases periodically to its law enforcement officers.
(15) The police standards council shall establish such rules
and regulations as are necessary to effectively provide for the
proper administration of this act. Such rules and regulations
shall include, but not be limited to:
(a) proper documentation and verification of any claimed
educational requirement;
(b) verification by employing agency that applicant is still
employed before issuance of any lump sum amount;
(c) plan for distribution of warrants for lump sum amount
on a calendar quarter basis by the local unit, and return of
warrants when employee not entitled.
(16) None of the money appropriated under this act shall
be paid to any law enforcement officer who strikes, walks-off,
or otherwise violates the "no-strike" provision of the constitu-
tion or the laws of this state, nor shall any officer who, after
receiving this supplement from the state, strikes, as outlined
above, be eligible to receive any supplement to his pay as may
be provided under this act.
Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.
The Committee on Appropriations offered the following
amendment:
On page 48, following Item 539a, insert the following: Pro-
vided that the Department of HRS through the Division of
Family Services establish a program of surgical contraception
through a vendor payment plan with surgery prescribed by a
doctor of medicine for any person in need of permanent surgical
contraception provided further that the applicant be a parent
of at least two (2) living natural children and that the appli-
cant's filed income tax return shows an individual gross income
or combined income, if married, of not more than $5400. How-
ever, an amount of $600 may be added to the gross income eli-
gibility level for each additional living natural child.
Maximum use of federal funds shall be effected.
Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.
The Committee on Appropriations offered the following
amendment:
On page 47, following Item 520a, insert the following: It is
the intent of the Legislature that this appropriation be used to
encourage and promote the adoption of hard-to-place children
who are residing in foster home care. This program shall in-
clude public information for prospective adoptive families and
an adoption resource exchange. It may include a maintenance
subsidy not to exceed three years in an amount not to exceed
the maximum monthly amount which would have been paid had
the child remained in foster care. The financial status of the
adoptive parents will not alter the eligibility of the child to re-
ceive the services of any health program which previously had
been approved for the child for a physical or mental condition
which existed prior to the adoption placement. The program may
also include a waiver of adoption fees, and assistance in com-
pleting legal and procedural requirements for adoption.


Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.
The Committee on Appropriations offered the following
amendment:
On page 61, after Item 717, insert the following: The Florida
Department of Law Enforcement with the advice and consent
of the Supreme Court of Florida shall have the authority to re-
ceive and expend funds for the purpose of developing and im-
plementing a system of court disposition reporting.
Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.
The Committee on Appropriations offered the following
amendment:
On page 61, Items 718 through 721, strike
"Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching
of 2 Positions __________________________________ 26,218
Other Personal Services _________________________ 20,620
Expenses ________________________________________ 8,000
Operating Capital Outlay ________________________ 260"
and insert the following:
718. Deleted
719. Deleted
720. Deleted
721. Deleted
Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.
Without objection, the rules were waived and the House re-
verted to the order of--
Messages from the Senate
The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 9, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed-
By the Committee on Ways and Means-
SB 13-C-A bill to be entitled An act making appropriations;
providing moneys for the annual period beginning July 1, 1971,
and ending June 30, 1972, to pay salaries, other expenses,
capital outlay-buildings and improvements, and for other
specified purposes of the various agencies of state government;
providing an effective date.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Respectfully,
Elmer O. Friday, Jr.
Secretary of the Senate
SB 13-C, contained in the above message, was read the first
time by title. On motion by Mr. Harris, the rules were waived
and SB 13-C was taken up in lieu of HB 1-C.
On motion by Mr. Harris, the rules were further waived and
SB 13-C was read the second time by title.
Representative Harris offered the following amendment:
Strike everything after the enacting clause and insert the
text of HB 1-C, as amended. Under Rule 11.7, the amendment
was not set forth in the Journal at the time.




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Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.
Representatives Savage and Fleece offered the following
amendment:
On page 74, insert the following:
Item 914C. Lump Sum-Presidential Primary
Election _________________________________1,500,000.00
From General Revenue Fund.
Mr. Savage moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption. The vote was:
Yeas-42
Blackburn
Burke
Caldwell
Clark, David
Danahy
Earle
Elmore
Fleece
Gallen
Gibson
Glisson

Gorman
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harllee
Hazelton
Hollingsworth
Johnson
Lane
Libertore
Matthews, H.
Mattox

McDonald
Melvin
Mixson
Mooney
Murphy
Nease
Reed
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Savage

Sims
Sykes
Tillman
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Walker
Whitson
Wilson
Woodward


Nays-53
Mr. Speaker
Andrews
Baker
Baumngartner
Birchfield
Brown
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Craig
Culbreath
Dixon
Dubbin
Featherstone
Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gautier
Grainger
Harris
Hector
Hess
Hodes
Holloway
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Martinez

Miers
Milburn
Moudry
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Powell
Redman
Rish
Sackett
Sessums
Shaw
Shreve
Singleton

Spicola
Sweeny
Tittle
Trombetta
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Whitworth
Winn
Wolfson
Zinkil

Representative Yancey was recorded as voting Nay.
Representatives Shaw, Hollingsworth, Gustafson, and Till-
man offered the following amendment:
On pages 3 and 3a, strike
"19a. Lump Sum-Pay Adjustments _________________ $6,213,660
Provided, however, these moneys are to be
administered by the Department of Adminis-
tration for the purpose of providing funds for
critical job categories throughout state agen-
cies, taking into prime consideration the
relative inability of the state to compete on a
uniform salary scale as against private indus-
try competition with regard the same or sim-
ilar job categories. The Department of Ad-
ministration is further authorized to release
trust funds from the various state agencies
to implement pay adjustments authorized
above." and insert the following:
19a. Lump Sum-Pay Adjustments __________________ $5,043,459
Provided, however, these moneys are to be ad-
ministered by the Department of Administra-
tion for the purpose of providing funds for
critical job categories throughout state agen-
cies, taking into prime consideration the rela-
tive inability of the state to compete on a
uniform salary scale as against private in-
dustry competition with regard the same or
similar job categories. The Department of
Administration is further authorized to re-
lease trust funds from the various state
agencies to implement pay adjustments
authorized above.


Mr. Shaw moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.
Representatives Shaw, Hollingsworth, Gustafson, and Till-
man offered the following amendment:
On pages 39 and 40, insert the following:
400 a. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching to re-
classify Tower Officers and upgrade institu-
tional salaries with Correctional Officers
equal to Wildlife and Conservation Officers $1,141,140
406 a. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching to
upgrade institutional salaries with Correc-
tional Officers equal to Wildlife and Con-
servation Officers _____________________________ 29,061
412 a. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching to
upgrade institutional salaries with Correc-
tional Officers equal to Wildlife and Con-
servation Officers
From Road Prison Trust Fund ___________________ 203,681
417 a. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching to
upgrade institutional salaries with Correc-
tional Officers equal to Wildlife and Con-
servation Officers
From Industrial Trust Fund ____________________ 86,281
Mr. Shaw moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.
Representatives Wolfson and Melvin offered the following
amendment:
On page 12, Item 136, under "General Administrative" insert
the following:
Lump sum (f) _______________________________ 250,000
(f) Money appropriated in this lump sum may be
used by the department for either (a) or
(b) above.
Mr. Wolfson moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption.
Representatives Earle, Hazelton, and Tubbs offered the fol-
lowing amendment:
On page 38, Item 385, strike "34 Positions 272,810" and
insert the following: 43 Positions 384,395
Dr. Earle moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption. The vote was:



Yeas-44
Alvarez
Baker
Baumgartner
Blackburn
Burke
Caldwell
Clark, David
Conway
Dixon
Earle
Fleece

Gibson
Gorman
Grizzle
Gustafson
Hazelton
Hodes
Johnson
Kershaw
Matthews, H.
McDonald
Miers

Mooney
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Poole
Poorbaugh
Reed
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Sackett

Savage
Sims
Smith
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tubbs
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson

Nays---50
Mr. Speaker
Andrews
Birchfield
Brown
Clark, J. R.
Craig
Culbreath
Danahy
Dubbin
Elmore
Featherstone
Forbes
Fortune

Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Glisson
Grainger
Harllee
Harris
Hector
Holloway
Kennelly
Lancaster
Lane
Mattox
Melvin
Milburn
Mixson
Moudry
Nichols
Ogden
Powell
Redman
Reeves
Ryals
Sessums
Singleton
Spicola

Sweeny
Tittle
Trombetta
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Woodwar
Zinkil


June 9, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 7


Representative J. W. Robinson offered the following amend-
ment:
On page 16A, Item 180, subsection (8), line 2 after "act"
insert the following: or has passed an equivalency test as pre-
scribed by the Police Standards Council,
Mrs. Robinson moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.
Representative Fortune offered the following amendment:
On page 7, Item 68, strike the following proviso language:
"Provided, however, that the 15% payment of gross receipts
to counties housing state forests as established in sections
589.08 and 589.081, F. S., will no longer apply thereto."
Mr. Fortune moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption.
Representative Earle offered the following amendment:
On page 93, strike all of Section 15 and insert the following:
Section 15. Method of obtaining part of the cost of providing
the services provided in items 528 and 529 of section 1 of this
act.
(a) Although the state is responsible for the full portion of
the state's share of the matching funds required in the medical
assistance program for the needy under the social security act
as amended, which state's share is as shown in this act, the
state, in order to acquire a certain portion of these funds, shall
charge the counties for certain items of care and service as here-
after provided.
(b) County participation which began January 1, 1970, is
continued, and each county shall participate in the following
items of care and service:
(1) Payments for inpatient hospitalization in excess of 12
days.
(2) Payments for nursing home care in excess of $120 per
month.
(c) County participation shall be thirty-five percentum
(35%) of the total cost of providing the above items.
(d) Each county shall set aside sufficient funds to pay for
items of care and service provided to the county's eligible recip-
ients, regardless of where in the state the care or service is
rendered, in those items of care and service in which the coun-
ties participate. Each county shall pay into the general revenue
fund unallocated its pro rata share of the total county partici-
pation based upon statements rendered by the department of
health and rehabilitative services, division of family services.
The comptroller shall withhold from the cigarette tax receipts
or any other funds to be distributed to the counties the individ-
ual county share which has not been remitted within thirty (30)
days after billing.
(e) In any county where there is located a special taxing dis-
trict or authority which will benefit from the medical assistance
programs contemplated by this act, the board of county com-
missioners may divide the county's financial responsibility for
this purpose proportionately and each such authority or district
shall furnish its share to the board of county commissioners in
time for the board to comply with the requirements of subsec-
tion (d) above. Appeals of the aforesaid proration by the board
of county commissioners shall be made to the comptroller who
shall then set the proportionate share of each party.
Dr. Earle moved the adoption of the amendment, which failed
of adoption.
Representative H. W. Matthews offered the following amend-
ment:
On page 17, Item 190, strike "138 Positions" and insert the
following: 69 Positions


Mr. H. W. Matthews moved the adoption of the amendment,
which failed of adoption.
Representative H. W. Matthews offered the following amend-
ment:
On page 18, Item 198, strike "350 Positions" and insert the
following: 175 Positions
Mr. H. W. Matthews moved the adoption of the amendment,
which failed of adoption.
Representative H. W. Matthews offered the following amend-
ment:
On page 21, Item 210, strike "25 Positions" and insert the
following: 50 Positions
Mr. H. W. Matthews moved the adoption of the amendment,
which failed of adoption.
Representative H. W. Matthews offered the following amend-
ment:
On page 22, Item 215, strike "98 Positions" and insert the
following: 50 Positions
Mr. H. W. Matthews moved the adoption of the amendment,
which failed of adoption.
Representative Sims offered the following amendment:
On page 15, strike Item 166.
Mr. Sims moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption. The vote was:

Yeas-45
Burke
Caldwell
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Earle
Fleece
Fulford
Gibson
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle

Gustafson
Hazelton
Hess
Hollingsworth
Jones
Kennelly
Libertore
Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Miers
Milburn

Mooney
Moudry
Poole
Poorbaugh
Tucker
Powell
Redman
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Sackett
Sims
Smith
Sweeny

Thomas
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Walker
Whitson
Wilson
Yancey
Zinkil

Nays-46
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Cherry
Clark, Dick
Culbreath
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Elmore
Featherstone
Forbes
Fortune
Gallen
Gautier
Harllee
Harris
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Kershaw

Lane
MacKay
Martinez
Melvin
Mixson
Nease
Reed
Renick
Ryals
Savage
Sessums
Singleton

Spicola
Sykes
Tittle
Trombetta
Turlington
Tyrrell
Whitworth
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward



Dr. Glisson moved that the House reconsider the vote by
which the amendment by Dr. Earle to Item 385, failed to pass,
which was agreed to. The vote was:

Yeas-51
Alvarez
Blackburn
Burke
Caldwell
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Crabtree

Dixon
Earle
Fleece
Forbes
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson

Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Hazelton
Hess

Hodes
Hollingsworth
Lane
Libertore
Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald






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Miers
Mooney
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Poole

Poorbaugh
Reed
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Sackett

Shreve
Sims
Smith
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman

Tittle
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Whitworth
Wilson





Nays-44

Mr. Speaker
Andrews
Baker
Birchfield
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dubbin
Elmore
Featherstone
Fortune

Fulford
Harllee
Harris
Hector
Holloway
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
MacKay
Martinez

Milburn
Mixson
Nichols
Ogden
Powell
Redman
Ryals
Savage
Sessums
Singleton
Spicola

Sweeny
Trombetta
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Zinkil


The question recurred on the adoption of the amendment,
which was adopted. The vote was:

Yeas-51

Alvarez
Burke
Caldwell
Clark, David
Crabtree
Dixon
Earle
Fleece
Forbes
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Glisson

Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Hazelton
Hess
Hodes
Hollingsworth
Lane
Libertore
Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald

Miers
Mooney
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Poole
Poorbaugh
Reed
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Sackett
Savage

Shreve
Sims
Smith
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Whitson
Whitworth
Wilson


Nays-44

Mr. Speaker
Andrews
Baker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Clark, J. R.
Craig
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy

Dubbin
Elmore
Featherstone
Fortune
Fulford
Harris
Hector
Holloway
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster

MacKay
Martinez
Milburn
Mixson
Nichols
Ogden
Powell
Redman
Ryals
Sessums
Singleton

Spicola
Sweeny
Trombetta
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Representative Shreve offered the following amendment:
On page 12, Item 136, strike all proviso language in (e) and
insert the following: (e) Money appropriated in the amount
of $50,000 in either (b) or (c) above shall be used for promo-
tional efforts to effectuate the designation of Kennedy Space
Center as the operations base for the space shuttle program.

Mr. Shreve moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Kennelly offered the following amendment:

On page 23, Item 221, strike "10,647 positions 101,184,596" and
insert the following: 9,961 positions 90,580,413

Mr. Kennelly moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption. The vote was:


Yeas-22

Alvarez
Earle
Gibson
Glisson
Gorman
Jones

Kennelly
Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Mooney
Nergard

Poorbaugh
Redman
Savage
Sims
Smith
Tillman

Walker
Whitson
Wilson
Woodward




Nays-71
Mr. Speaker
Andrews
Baker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Caldwell
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Elmore

Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece
Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Grainger
Grizzle
Harllee
Harris
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hodes
Holloway
Kershaw

Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mixson
Nease
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Powell
Reed
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals

Sackett
Sessums
Shreve
Singleton
Spicola
Sweeny
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Whitworth
Winn
Wolfson
Yancey
Zinkil


The Committee on Appropriations offered the following
amendment:
On page 77a, strike

"From General Revenue Fund _______________________ $1,348,510,190
From Trust Funds __________________________________ $1,313,458,007"

and insert the following:

From General Revenue Fund ___________________________ $1,348,566,677
From Trust Funds ____________________________________ $1,313,747,969

Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

On motion by Mr. Harris, the rules were waived and SB 13-C,
as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage, the
vote was:



Yeas-67
Mr. Speaker
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Caldwell
Cherry
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy

Dubbin
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece
Forbes
Fortune
Gautier
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harllee
Harris
Hector
Hess
Hodes
Hollingsworth

Holloway
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
MacKay
Martinez
Melvin
Milburn
Mixson
Nease
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Powell
Reed
Reeves
Renick

Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Sessums
Shreve
Singleton
Spicola
Sweeny
Trombetta
Turlingtonz
Tyrrell
Whitworth
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Zinkil

Nays-41

Alvarez
Burke
Clark, David
Dixon
Earle
Fulford
Gallen
Gibson
Glisson
Gorman
Hazelton

Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Libertore
Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Miers
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy

Nergard
Poorbaugh
Redman
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Sims
Smith
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman

Tittle
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Wilson
Yancey



Representatives Shaw and Stevens were recorded as voting
Yea.

So the bill passed, as amended, and was ordered engrossed.



June 9, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 9


The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 9, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has adopted-
By Senator Hollahan-
SCR 14-C-A Concurrent Resolution calling for adjournment
of the special session of the legislature from 12:00 midnight on
June 9, 1971, to reconvene at 10:00 A.M. on June 14, 1971.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Jr.
Secretary of the Senate
SCR 14-C, contained in the above message, was read the
first time by title and placed on the Calendar without reference.
The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 9, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has passed-
By the Committee on Ways and Means-
SB 5-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to corporations,
defining corporations; amending section 608.32, Florida Stat-
utes, prescribing the contents of annual reports required to be
filed by corporations; creating sections 608.321 and 608.3211,
Florida Statutes, prescribing the taxable period for corporation
reports and setting a due date for filing and a delinquency
date; creating sections 608.322 and 608.3221, Florida Statutes,
prescribing dates for the valuation of net worth and the de-
termination of other information for all taxable periods; amend-
ing section 608.33, Florida Statutes, removing exemptions for
railroad, pullman, telephone, telegraph, insurance, banking
and trust companies, building and loan associations and coop-
erative marketing associations, providing for imposition of an
annual corporate privilege tax on corporate net worth, setting
a due date and a delinquency date for payments; creating sec-
tions 608.331 and 608.3311, Florida Statutees, prescribing taxes
and tax rates; creating section 608.332, Florida Statutes, pre-
scribing special rules for corporations in existence less than
twelve months, for bankrupt, dissolved and withdrawing cor-
porations, for consolidated returns by controlled groups of
corporations, and adjustment powers of the department of
revenue; creating section 608.333, Florida Statutes, providing
for an apportionment of net worth to ascertain the portion at-
tributable to Florida; creating section 608.334, Florida Stat-
utes, providing for a credit of intangible personal property
taxes against the corporate privilege tax attributable to sub-
sidiary corporations, providing for a credit of insurance pre-
mium tax paid under chapter 624; creating section 608.335,
Florida Statutes, providing for refund, hearing and appeal
procedures, establishing a general three year statute of limi-
tations for refunds and for assessments, and providing for the
issuance of tax warrants for the collections of delinquent taxes;
creating section 608.336, Florida Statutes, conforming refer-
ences in the Florida Statutes; amending section 608.35, Florida
Statutes, providing penalties for delinquent reports and pay-
ments and providing for interest on delinquent and overpaid
taxes; creating section 608.311, Florida Statutes, defining cor-
porations to include mutual insurers and other non-stock busi-
ness associations subject to state regulation; amending sec-
tion 608.05 and subsection (1) of section 613.02, Florida Stat-
utes, providing for payment of the corporate privilege tax upon
incorporation and qualification to do business in Florida; re-
quiring the department of revenue to provide information re-
garding this act; repealing section 193.701, Florida Statutes,
relating to railroad license tax; providing for effective dates;
providing for excision of certain sections of this act when
no longer needed; providing for sections 2 through 18 of this
act to become inoperative if and so long as a tax is imposed by
the state on the net income of corporations.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Respectfully,
Elmer O. Friday, Jr.
Secretary of the Senate



SB 5-C, contained in the above message, was read the first
time by title and referred to the Committee on Finance &
Taxation.
The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 9, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has passed-
By the Committee on Ways and Means-
SB 11-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on sales,
admissions, use, storage, consumption, or rentals levied pur-
suant to chapter 212, Florida Statutes; repealing 212.08(3) (a),
Florida Statutes, as amended by chapter 70-206, Laws of Flor-
ida, to eliminate partial exemption from tax on motor vehicles
and certain farm equipment; amending 212.j08(3) (b), Florida
Statutes, by increasing from three percent (3%) to four per-
cent (4%) the value of leased motor vehicles at which the
exemption shall commence; providing an effective date.
By the Committee on Ways and Means-
SB 3-C-A bill to be entitled An act authorizing expenditures
for fixed capital outlay projects at junior colleges, area voca-
tional-technical centers, and institutions under the board of
regents; providing an effective date.
By the Committee on Ways and Means-
SB 12-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the excise
tax on documents; adding subsection (3) to 201.02, Florida
Statutes, as amended by chapter 70-304, Laws of Florida; re-
quiring the recording of evidence of ownership in cooperative
apartment associations; providing that no documentary stamp
tax shall be payable upon tenant-stockholder documents exe-
cuted prior to October 1, 1970; providing an effective date.
By the Committee on Ways and Means-
SB 6-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the tax on
cigarettes; amending subsections (1), (3), (4), (5), and (8) of
section 210.02, Florida Statutes, to provide for an increase of
three cents per pack; amending subsection (1) of section 210.-
025, Florida Statutes, to provide for an increase of one cent per
pack in the additional cigarette tax; providing for a retailers'
floor tax; amending subsection (3) (a) of section 210.05, Florida
Statutes, to limit discounts of agents or wholesalers; providing
an effective date.
By the Committee on Ways and Means-
SB 7-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on sales,
admissions, use, storage, consumption, or rentals levied pursuant
to chapter 212, Florida Statutes; amending section 212.05(6),
Florida Statutes, to increase the tax on the sale, rental, use,
consumption or storage for use in this state on certainin dustrial
equipment to four percent (4%); providing an effective date
and an expiration date.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Respectfully,
Elmer O. Friday, Jr.
Secretary of the Senate
SB's 11-C, 3-C, 12-C, 6-C, and 7-C, contained in the above
message, were read the first time by title and referred to the
Committee on Finance & Taxation.
The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 9, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has adopted-



10 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES June 9, 1971


By the Committee on Ways and Means-
SCR 4-C-A concurrent resolution approving the types,
amounts and use of registration fees, tuition fees, and course
fees to be charged and collected from students enrolled in the
institutions of higher learning under the board of regents
during the 1971-72 school year.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Jr.
Secretary of the Senate
SCR 4-C, contained in the above message, was read the first
time by title and referred to the Committee on Finance & Tax-
ation.
Consideration of Senate Concurrent Resolution
SCR 14-C-A Concurrent Resolution calling for adjournment
of the special session of the legislature from 12:00 midnight on
June 9, 1971, to reconvene at 10:00 A.M. on June 14, 1971.
WHEREAS, the Governor of the State of Florida has called
a special session of the legislature beginning at 11:00 A.M.
on June 9, 1971, for the purpose of enacting a General Appro-
priations Act and such revenue acts as are necessary to ade-
quately and properly finance the General Appropriations Act,
and
WHEREAS, legislative measures passed independently by
both Houses will of necessity require a conference committee
study, NOW THEREFORE
Be It Resolved by the Senate of the State of Florida, the
House of Representatives Concurring:
That both Houses adjourn at 12:00 midnight on June 9,
1971, to reconvene on Monday, June 14, 1971, at 10:00 A.M.
During such adjournment no per diem shall be paid except to
those Senators and Representatives actually engaged in con-
ference committee meetings on appropriations and tax measures.
-was taken up and, by two-thirds vote, read the second time
in full. On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the concurrent resolution
was adopted and immediately certified to the Senate.
Introduction and Reference
By Representatives Gautier and Tittle-
HB 5-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to title certifi-
cates for motor vehicles; amending section 319.23(5), Florida
Statutes, by increasing ten (10) day delinquency fee to five
dollars ($5.00) and requiring a ten dollar ($10.00) fee for
twenty (20) day delinquency for failure to apply for transfer
of ownership of a motor vehicle; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.
By Representatives Gautier and Tittle-
HB 6-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to drivers' li-
censes; amending 322.18(2)(a), (b) and (4), Florida Statutes,
providing an elective four (4) year driver's license upon
examination; amending 322.21(1) (a), (b), (c) and (d), Flor-
ida Statutes, changing the fees; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.
By Representatives Gautier and Tittle-
HB 7-C--A bill to be entitled An act relating to courses of
study and instructional aids; amending section 233.063(2),
Florida Statutes; increasing the license fee for driver education
from fifty cents (50) to one dollar ($1.00); providing an
effective date.


-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.
Recess
At 5:34 P.M. the House stood in informal recess subject to
the call of the Speaker.
Reconvened
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 5:50 P.M.
A quorum was present.
Messages from the Senate
The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 9, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has refused to concur in House Amendment to-
By the Committee on Ways and Means-
SB 13-C-A bill to be entitled An act making appropriations;
providing moneys for the annual period beginning July 1. 1971,
and ending June 30, 1972, to pay salaries, other expenses,
capital outlay-buildings and improvements, and for other
specified purposes of the various agencies of state government;
providing an effective date.
(Amendment attached to original bill)
And requests the House to recede therefrom, and, in the event
the House refuses to recede, requests that a Conference Com-
mittee be appointed.
Respectfully,
Elmer O. Friday, Jr.
Secretary of the Senate
On motion by Mr. Harris, the House refused to recede from
the House amendment to SB 13-C and acceded to the request of
the Senate for the appointment of a Conference Committee.
Thereupon, the Speaker appointed Representatives Harris,
Chairman; Fortune, Vice Chairman; Turlington, Mixson, Ses-
sums, D'Alemberte, and Gustafson as the House conferees. The
action of the House was ordered immediately certified to the
Senate.
The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 9, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has appointed Senators de la Parte, Gunter, Wil-
liams, Myers, Lane, Broxson and Saunders as a conference com-
mittee to confer with a like committee appointed by the Speaker
of the House to adjust the differences existing between the two
bodies on House amendment to-
SB 13-C
Respectfully,
Elmer O. Friday, Jr.
Secretary of the Senate
Engrossing Reports
June 9, 1971
Your Engrossing Clerk reports amendments to-
SB 13-C



June 9, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 11


-have been examined and the bill herewith returned.
-and the bill with amendment, was ordered immediately
certified to the Senate.


Adjournment
On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the House recessed at 5:55 P.M.
until 12:00 Midnight. The House adjourned at 12:00 Midnight
to reconvene at 10:00 A.M., Monday, June 14, pursuant to
SCR 14-C.



THE JOURNAL OF THE FLORIDA
House of Representatives
Proceedings at Tallahassee of the Second Legislature
[under the Constitution as Revised in 1968]
SPECIAL SESSION
MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1971


The House was called to order by the Speaker at 10:00 A.M.
The following Members were recorded present:


Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Caldwell
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark,;J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece

Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hodes
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay

Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Savage
Sessums

Shreve
Sims
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Williamson
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Excused: Representatives Dubbin, Gallen, C. Matthews, Ryals,
Santora, and Thomas.

A quorum was present.

Prayer

Prayer by The Honorable Philip F. Ashler, Vice Chancellor of
the Florida University System:

Almighty God, Father of all men, we ask divine guidance
for these men and women who have been chosen to repre-
sent the silent masses who themselves cannot be heard in
this chamber. A time like this demands strong minds, great
hearts, true faith and ready hands. Lord, give us men who
possess opinions and the courage to express them. But teach
them that life itself is compromise-that we cannot, yes we
need not, win all the battles-that even in defeat there is a
shadow of victory-that each failure is another step toward
success. So guide this House, we pray, that its labors may
govern us in a manner pleasing to Thee. This we ask in the
name of our Lord and Saviour, and the Messiah of Israel.
Amen.

Pledge

The Members pledged allegiance to the Flag.

The Journal

The Journal of June 9 was corrected and approved as follows:



On page 8, column 2, counting from top, strike lines 26 and 27,
and insert the following:
From General Revenue Fund _____________________ $1,348,566,677
From Trust Funds ______________________________ $1,313,747,969

Communications

The following communication was received:

Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 9, 1971
Speaker
House of Representatives
The Capitol
Tallahassee, Florida

Dear Sir:

In compliance with the provisions of Article III, Section 8(b),
of the State Constitution, I am transmitting to you for con-
sideration of the House the following vetoed bill, 1971 Regular
Session, with the Governor's objections attached thereto:

HB 1003-An act relating to Pinellas County Juvenile Court
Judges, providing for the salary of Judges of this Court and
the manner of its payment; repealing all conflicting laws;

providing an effective date.
Cordially,
Richard (Dick) Stone

Vetoed Bill (1971 Regular Session)

The following veto message was read:

The Honorable Richard Stone June 7, 1971
Secretary of State
The Capitol
Tallahassee, Florida

Dear Sir:

Pursuant to the authority vested in me as Governor of
Florida under the provisions of Section 8, Article III, Florida
Constitution (1968), I hereby transmit to you, with my ob-
jections, House Bill No. 1003, enacted by the Legislature of 1971,
and entitled:

"An act relating to Pinellas County Juvenile Court
Judges, providing for the salary of Judges of this Court and
the manner of its payment; repealing all conflicting laws;
providing an effective date."

The members of the Pinellas County Legislative delegation
have requested that I withhold approval of this bill, and ad-
vised that House Bill No. 1003 has been replaced by Senate
Bill No. 1636, reflecting a change in the effective date of
this legislation. This change in effective date is required to
conform with the budgetary procedures of Pinellas County.

For this reason I am withholding my approval from House
Bill No. 1003, and do hereby veto same.

Respectfully
Reubin Askew
Governor


12



June 14, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 13


The question recurred on the passage of HB 1003 (1971
Regular Session), the veto of the Governor to the contrary
notwithstanding. The vote was:

Yeas-None

Nays-105

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Caldwell
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece

Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harllee
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hodes
Hollingsworth
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox

McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W
Savage
Sessums
Shreve
Sims
Singleton

Smith
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Williamson
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Representative Reeves was recorded as voting Nay.

So HB 1003 (1971 Regular Session) failed to pass by the
required Constitutional two-thirds vote of all Members present.
The veto of the Governor was sustained and the bill was
ordered certified to the Secretary of State.

Introduction and Reference

By the Committee on Finance & Taxation-

HB 8-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to courses of
study and instructional aids; amending section 233.063(2), Flor-
ida Statutes; increasing the license fee for driver education from
fifty cents (500) to one dollar ($1.00); providing an effec-
tive date.

-was read the first time by title and placed on the Calendar
without reference.

By the Committee on Finance & Taxation-

HB 9-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the regula-
tion of boats; amending sections 371.021(2) and (9) and 371.-
041, Florida Statutes; removing the ten (10) horsepower exemp-
tion from registration, numbering and registration certificate
tax for all boats; amending section 371.65(4), Florida Statutes,
to repeal the two thirds distribution of registration fees to
county school boards; amending subsection (1) of section 371.-
75, Florida Statutes, to not require title on such boats; pro-
viding an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and placed on the Calendar
without reference.

By the Committee on Finance & Taxation-

HB 10-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxation;
amending subsection 167.431(1), Florida Statutes, relating to
the grant of authority to municipalities to levy a municipal tax
upon utility services; providing a requirement for uniform rate
of tax; providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar.




By the Committee on Finance & Taxation-

HB 11-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to ad valorem
taxes; amending section 193.122(1), Florida Statutes, provid-
ing certification of tax rolls; repealing section 194.033, Flor-
ida Statutes, providing review of assessment by arbitration;
providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar.

By the Committee on Finance & Taxation-

HB 12-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxation of
motor vehicles; amending section 319.23, Florida Statutes, by
adding new subsection (6) to provide conditions precedent to
issuance of title; amending chapter 320, Florida Statutes, by
adding new section 320.0811, which provides requirements for
utility services to mobile homes; providing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and placed on the Calendar
without reference.

By the Committee on Finance & Taxation-

HB 13-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the ex-
cise tax on documents; amending section 201.02, Florida Stat-
utes, providing that the affixing of documentary stamps on an
instrument transferring an interest in realty in an amount
other than that of the actual consideration for such a transfer
shall be subject to a penalty; providing for an affidavit stat-
ing, under oath, that the stamps affixed represent the true
and actual consideration for the transfer and other informa-
tion relating to transfer of personalty, requiring the recording
of evidence of ownership in co-operative apartment associa-
tions; providing that a failure to file the affidavit required
shall not prevent an instrument from becoming constructive
notice; providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar.

By the Committee on Finance & Taxation and Representative
Ogden-

HB 14-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending section 236.07(5) and (9) (a), Florida Statutes, as
amended by chapter 70-94, Laws of Florida, removing the re-
quirement that the department of education add to the value of
each instruction unit for current expenses other than instruc-
tional salaries and transportation the per unit difference be-
tween the amount determined by the application of the tax re-
quired for participation in the minimum foundation program for
all counties collectively for the preceding calendar year as de-
termined by the auditor general and the amount determined by
the application of the tax required for participation in the mini-
mum foundation program for all counties collectively for the
preceding calendar year; creating a new section requiring the
auditor general to conduct ratio studies; requiring certification
of ratio study by April 1 instead of May 1; providing for a
board of appeals; providing for delaying the application of the
results of the ratio study of assessment levels conducted by the
auditor general until the 1972-1973 fiscal year; defining one
hundred percent (100%) nonexempt assessed valuation; remov-
ing the requirement that if the one thousand one hundred dollars
($1,100) annual increase for current expenses other than in-
structional salaries and transportation is not appropriated in
full for a given year the minimum required local effort for such
year revert to the level required for the year in which current
expenses other than instructional salaries and transportation
was last fully funded; amending 236.0725, Florida Statutes, as
amended by chapter 70-94, Laws of Florida, delaying the appli-
cation of the results of the ratio study of assessment levels until
the 1972-1973 fiscal year; amending 236.251, Florida Statutes,
as amended by chapter 70-94, Laws of Florida, removing ob-
solete provisions by increasing the exclusions from the millage
limitation; providing that the assessment ratio study shall be
conducted only on the real property tax rolls; providing an ef-
fective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar.

By Representative Fortune-

HB 15-C--A bill to be entitled An act relating to public as-
sistance; adding a new section to chapter 409, Florida Stat-













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utes; providing legislative declaration; providing for a five (5)
year emergency period during which the state will require a one
(1) year residency in determining eligibility for such assist-
ance; providing for certain transportation expenses for persons
not eligible for public assistance; providing exceptions; provid-
ing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar.

By Representatives Sessums and Nease-

HB 16-C-A bill to be entitled An act establishing a citizens'
study commission on education; providing for the membership
of the commission; providing for the duties and responsibilities
of said commission; providing for a supporting staff; providing
for an appropriation; providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar.

By the Committee on Judiciary, and Representatives Nichols,
Forbes, Whitworth, and Crabtree-

HB 17-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to dissolution
of marriage; providing a state policy concerning dissolution of
marriages; changing the word divorce to dissolution of mar-
riage; creating section 61.043, Florida Statutes, to provide pro-
cedures for dissolution of marriage; creating section 61.044,
Florida Statutes, to abolish certain defenses; creating section


61.052, Florida Statutes, to establish a basis for dissolution of
marriage; providing that children of a dissolved marriage are
legitimate; providing for alimony for either spouse and a pro-
ceeding in case of nonsupport; providing for child support by
either parent and for child custody; providing for attorney's
fees and costs to be paid by either party; repealing sections 61.-
041, 61.042, 61.051 and 61.15, Florida Statutes; providing an
effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar.

Enrolling Reports

HCR 1-C Org.

-has been enrolled, signed by the required Constitutional
Officers and filed with the Secretary of State on June 14,
1971.
Allen Morris, Clerk

Adjournment

On motion by Mr. Westberry, the House adjourned at 11:32
A.M. to reconvene at 10:00 A.M. tomorrow.




THE JOURNAL OF THE FLORIDA
House of Representatives
Proceedings at Tallahassee of the Second Legislature
[under the Constitution as Revised in 1968]
SPECIAL SESSION
TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1971


The House was called to order by the Speaker at 10:00 A.M.

The following Members were recorded present:

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Brown
Burke
Caldwell
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece
Forbes

Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harllee
Harris
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox

McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Sessums
Shaw
Shreve
Sims

Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Williamson
Wilson
Winn
"Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Excused: Representatives Blackburn, Hartnett, Hodes, C.
Matthews, A. S. Robinson, and Santora.

A quorum was present.
Prayer

Prayer by Representative Robert M. Johnson:

Let us each, according to the dictates of our own faith,
pray to Almighty God. Our Father God,
As in days of old, the scribes write volumes about our
affliction.
The Philistines are daily upon us.
Our people still demonstrate the patience of Job.
Give us now the wisdom of Solomon. Amen.

The Journal

The Journal of June 14 was approved.

Report of the Committee on Rules & Calendar

The following report was read:

The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrezw June 15, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives

Sir:

Your Committee on Rules & Calendar herewith submits as the
Special Order Calendar under Rule 8.16 for Tuesday, June 15,
1971, the consideration of the following bills:


HB 9-C-Regulation of boats
HB 12-C-Taxation of motor vehicles
Your Committee further recommends for introduction the
following measures:
HB 3-C-Relating to Orange County/Fire control districts
HB 11-C-Ad valorem taxes
HB 17-C-Dissolution of marriage

A quorum of the Committee was present in person, and a
majority of those present agreed to the above Report.

Respectfully submitted,
Murray H. Dubbin
Chairman, Committee on
Rules & Calendar

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the above report was adopted.

On motions by Mr. Dubbin, consented to by the required Con-
stitutional two-thirds vote, HB's 3-C and 11-C were admitted for
later introduction, the Speaker having ruled that the measures
were not within the purview of the Governor's call.

Mr. Dubbin moved that HB 17-C be admitted for introduction,
the Speaker having ruled that the measure was not within the
purview of the Governor's call. The vote was:


Yeas-70
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Birchfield
Brown
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Crane
D'Alemberte
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Firestone
Fleece
Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gorman
Grainger
Harllee
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw

Libertore
MacKay
Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Milburn
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Renick
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Sackett
Shreve
Sims

Singleton
Spicola
Stevens
Sykes
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Westberry
Whitworth
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey


Nays-25
Burke
Caldwell
Clark, David
Culbreath
Dixon
Featherstone
Grizzle

Hollingsworth
Kennelly
Lancaster
Lane
Matthews, H.
Miers
Nease

Powell
Randell
Redman
Rish
Savage
Sweeny
Tillman

Walker
Whitson
Wilson
Zinkil


Representative Shaw was recorded as voting Nay.


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The motion was not consented to by the required Constitu-
tional two-thirds vote, and HB 17-C was not admitted for intro-
duction.

Subsequently, Mr. Wolfson moved that the House reconsider
the vote by which HB 17-C was not admitted for introduction,
which was agreed to.

The absence of a quorum was suggested. A quorum of 104
Members was present.

The question recurred on the motion to admit HB 17-C for in-
troduction. The vote was:

Yeas-78
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Brown
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, Dick
Conway
Crabtree
Crane
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Firestone
Fleece


Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gautier
Gillespie
Gorman
Grainger
Gustatson
Harllee
Harris
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Lane
Libertore
MacKay


Martinez
Mattox
Melvin
Milburn
Moudry
Murphy
Nergard
Nichols
Ogder
Poole
Poorbaugh
Reed
Reeves
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Sackett
Sessums
Shreve
Sims
Singleton


Smith
Spicola
Sykes
Thomas
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Westberry
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey

Nays-27
Burke
Caldwell
Clark, David
Culbreath
Dixon
Featherstone
Gibson


Glisson
Grizzle
Hollingsworth
Kennelly
Lancaster
Matthews, H.
McDonald


Miers
Mixson
Nease
Powell
Randell
Redman
Rish


Savage
Stevens
Tillman
Walker
Whitson
Zinkil

Representative Renick was recorded as voting Yea.

The motion was not consented to by the required Constitu-
tional two-thirds vote, and HB 17-C was not admitted for in-
troduction.

Consideration of the Special Order

HB 9-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the regula-
tion of boats; amending sections 371.021(2) and (9) and 371.-
041, Florida Statutes; removing the ten (10) horsepower exemp-
tion from registration, numbering and registration certificate
tax for all boats; amending section 371.65(4), Florida Statutes,
to repeal the two thirds distribution of registration fees to
county school boards; amending subsection (1) of section 371.-
75, Florida Statutes, to not require title on such boats; pro-
viding an effective date.

-was taken up and read the second time by title.

On motion by Mr. MacKay, the rules were waived and HB 9-C
was read the third time by title.

THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE IN THE CHAIR

Kennelly raised a point of order that HB 9-C affects ap-
propriations and therefore, under Rule 8.7, should be referred
to the Committee on Appropriations. The Speaker pro tempore
ruled the point not well taken.

Representative Powell offered the following amendment:

On page 3, lines 3 and 4, strike "the number of boats regis-
tered in the county" and insert the following: each county's



proportionate amount of funds collected under the provisions of
this section

Mr. Powell moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted by two-thirds vote.


Representatives Hess and Craig offered the following amend-
ment:
Strike everything after the enacting clause.

Mr. Craig moved the adoption of the amendment.

Pending consideration thereof-

Representative Mattox offered the following substitute
amendment:


Strike the enacting clause.
Mr. Mattox moved the adoption of the substitute amendment.

Pending consideration thereof, Mr. Whitson moved that the
substitute amendment be laid on the table, which was not agreed
to.

The question recurred on the adoption of the substitute
amendment. Pending consideration thereof, Mr. Hess moved that
HB 9-C be referred to the Committee on Natural Resources,
which was agreed to by two-thirds vote.

HB 12-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxation of
motor vehicles; amending section 319.23, Florida Statutes, by
adding new subsection (6) to provide conditions precedent to
issuance of title; amending chapter 320, Florida Statutes, by
adding new section 320.0811, which provides requirements for
utility services to mobile homes; providing an effective date.

-was taken up and read the second time by title.

On motion by Mr. Andrews, the rules were waived and
HB 12-C was read the third time by title.

On motion by Mr. Crabtree, the House reconsidered the vote
by which HB 12-C was read the third time and the bill was
placed on second reading.

Representatives Crabtree and Savage offered the following
amendment:

On page 2, after line 13, insert the following:

Section 3. Subsections (1) and (6) of section 320.081, Florida
Statutes, is amended to read:

320.081 License fees for mobile homes, trailer coaches, house
trailers, campers or other trailers used for housing accommoda-
tions or recreational purposes.-

(1) This section shall apply only to mobile homes, trailer
coaches, house trailers, campers or other vehicles not self-
propelled and used for housing accommodations or recreational
purposes, hereafter referred to collectively in this section as
mobile homes.

(6) The department shall keep records showing the total
number of mobile home licenses issued in each county and the
total amount of license taxes collected in each county, and shall
from month to month certify to the comptroller the amount de-
rived from mobile homes license taxes in each county and such
amount less the amount of one dollar and fifty cents ($1,50)
$15.00 collected on each license, shall be paid in equal shares to
the board of county commissioners and to the school board of
the county issuing the license and collecting the taxes by war-
rant drawn by the comptroller upon the said treasury, which










June 15, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 17


amount is hereby appropriated monthly out of the license tax
collection trust fund.

Renumber subsequent section.

Mr. Crabtree moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representatives Crabtree and Savage offered the following
amendment:

In title, line 12, after the semicolon insert the following:
amending 320.081(6), Florida Statutes, to reduce to one dollar
and fifty cents ($1.50) per license sold the amount to be re-
tained by the department of highway safety and motor ve-
hicles;

Mr. Crabtree moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

On motion by Mr. Andrews, the rules were waived and HB
12-C, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage,
the vote was:

Yeas-79
Mr. Speaker pro tempore
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Brown
Caldwell
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon

Earle
Elmore
Firestone
Fleece
Forbes
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gillespie
Gorman
Grainger
Gustafson
Harllee
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw

Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.
Melvin
Milburn
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Redman
Renick
Sackett
Savage

Sessums
Shreve
Sims
Spicola
Sweeny
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil


Nays-20
Burke
Chapman
Featherstone
Gibson
Grizzle


Hollingsworth
Holloway
Kennelly
Mattox
McDonald


Nease
Powell
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Smith


Stevens
Sykes
Thomas
Tubbs
Williamson

Representatives Fortune and Tucker were recorded as voting
Yea.

So the bill passed, as amended.

THE SPEAKER IN THE CHAIR

Mr. Turlington moved that the House reconsider the vote by
which HB 12-C passed, which was agreed to.

The question recurred on passage of HB 12-C. Pending roll
call-
Printing of HB 25-C

On motion by Mr. Reeves, the House agreed to waive the
rules and dispense with the printing of HB 25-C because of its
length.

Mr. Dubbin moved that the House adjourn upon completion
of Introduction and Reference to reconvene at 10:00 A.M. tomor-
row, which was agreed to.


MR. GAUTIER IN THE CHAIR

Introduction and Reference

By Representative Gorman and others-

HB 3-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Orange
County, fire control districts; amending subsection (1) of sec-
tion 2, chapter 67-1821, Laws of Florida, to change number of
registered freeholders to number of registered voters required
to sign petition; adding subsections (3) and (4) to section 2,
chapter 67-1821, Laws of Florida, to provide for designation of
alternative methods of assessment; amending section 10, chap-
ter 67-1821, Laws of Florida, as amended by section 2, chapter
69-1380, Laws of Florida, to provide for an alternative method
of assessment for the special benefit; amending sections 11, 15,
and 18, chapter 67-1821, Laws of Florida, to reflect the alterna-
tive method of assessment; providing an effective date.

Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 3-C.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Community Affairs, consent for its introduction hav-
ing earlier been given by the required Constitutional two-thirds
vote.

By the Committee on Finance & Taxation-

HB 11-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to ad valorem
taxes; amending section 193.122(1), Florida Statutes, provid-
ing certification of tax rolls; repealing section 194.033, Flor-
ida Statutes, providing review of assessment by arbitration;
providing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and placed on the Calendar
without reference, consent for its introduction having earlier
been given by the required Constitutional two-thirds vote.

By the Committee on Appropriations-

HB 18-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to educational
loans and grants; amending subsection (2) of section 239.41,
Florida Statutes, providing that no new teaching scholarship
awards shall be made after July 1, 1971; amending section 239.-
44, Florida Statutes, providing that any monies collected by the
department of education as repayment of teaching scholarship
awards shall be deposited to the credit of the student financial
aid trust fund; amending subsection (6) of section 239.47, Flori-
da Statutes, providing that no new nursing scholarship awards
shall be made after July 1, 1971; amending subsection (5) of sec-
tion 239.52, Florida Statutes, providing that repayments on nurs-
ing scholarships shall be deposited to the credit of the student fi-
nancial aid trust fund; amending subsection (4) of section 239.-
67, Florida Statutes, by establishing eligibility criteria for loans;
amending subsections (5) and (7) of section 239.67, Florida Stat-
utes, by establishing repayment procedures for loans; providing
an increase in student fees to support the loan program; provid-
ing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.

By the Committee on Appropriations-

HCR 19-C-A concurrent resolution approving the types,
amounts and use of registration fees, tuition fees, and course
fees to be charged and collected from students enrolled in the
institutions of higher learning under the board of regents dur-
ing the 1971-72 school year.

-was read the first time by title and placed on the Calendar
without reference.

By the Committee on Appropriations-

HB 20-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state fi-
nance; adding subsection (27) to 215.22; amending 570.20,
Florida Statutes; providing that all income of a revenue nature
deposited in the citrus inspection trust fund be subject to the
four percent (4%) deduction pursuant to 215.20, Florida Stat-
utes, and be deposited in the general revenue fund; repealing the:
requirement that two percent (2%) of the moneys deposited
in the general inspection trust fund be deposited in the general
revenue fund; providing an effective date.

















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-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.

By the Committee on Appropriations-

HB 21-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to ad valorem
taxation; prescribing certain criteria and methods to be used in
preparing valuations of property for taxation; providing for
physical inspections of property; providing for reassessment of
property based on mass data or ratio studies; authorizing stud-
ies to determine the appropriate value for the criteria set forth
in section 193.011(8), Florida Statutes, in each county; provid-
ing for an affidavit stating, under oath, that the stamps af-
fixed under section 201.02, Florida Statutes, represent the true
and actual consideration for the transfer, and such other in-
formation deemed necessary by the department of revenue; pro-
viding a method for fixing millage; amending section 194.015,
Florida Statutes, by prescribing membership and duties of the
board of tax adjustment; amending subsection 193.181(6), Flor-
ida Statutes, by providing that the tax assessor may be a party
to tax suits involving the level of the county tax assessment
roll; creating sections 200.031, 200.041, 200.051, and 200.052,
Florida Statutes, to provide that the governing and budget-
making authorities of any county, tax district, or other tax
levying agency shall decrease the mileage required of such
county or district in proportion to the increase in the fair
market value of the same assessed property; authorizing a ten
percent (10%) increase in millage; providing for further
millage increases in emergencies subject to limitations and re-
view by the department of revenue; providing for verification
of budgets and millage increases; specifying millages to be ex-
cluded from the reductions required by this act; providing an
effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.

By the Committee on Appropriations-

HB 22-C-A bill to be entitled An act authorizing expendi-
tures for fixed capital outlay projects at junior colleges, area
vocational-technical centers, and institutions under the board of
regents; providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.

HB 23-C-Withdrawn

By Representatives Reeves, Tobiassen, Hess, and Tyrrell-

HB 24-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Escambia
County; providing for an increase in the limits authorized for
compensation to justices of the peace of Escambia County upon
resolution of the board of county commissioners of Escambia
County; providing an effective date.

Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 24-C.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.

By Representative Reeves-

HB 25-C-A reviser's bill to be entitled An act relating to
the Florida Statutes; amending various sections to conform the
statutory language to the terminology of chapter 69-106, Laws
of Florida, the Reorganization Act of 1969; repealing various
sections and portions of sections that were rendered obsolete
by chapter 69-106, Laws of Florida.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.

By Representative Forbes-

HB 26-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to grand
juries; amending section 905.01, Florida Statutes, as amended
by chapter 70-339, Laws of Florida, to provide that an elected
public official shall not be eligible for service on a grand jury;
providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.


By the Committee on Transportation-

HB 27-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to outdoor ad-
vertising, amending section 479.01, Florida Statutes, relating to
definitions; amending section 479.02, Florida Statutes, pertain-
ing to enforcement of provisions by the department, providing
procedures; adding section 479.025, F. S., providing for execu-
tion of agreement; adding section 479.026, F. S., providing for
guarantee against loss of funds; amending section 479.03, F. S.,
relating to territory to which act applies; amending section 479.-
11(1), F. S., prohibiting the erection of outdoor signs in certain
areas; creating section 479.111, F. S., permitting certain adver-
tising signs; amending section 479.16(12), F. S., excepting cer-
tain advertisements; adding section 479.23, F. S., providing for
removal of signs; adding section 479.24, F. S., providing for com-
pensation for removal of signs; adding section 479.25, F. S.,
providing that the State of Florida shall not be held responsible
for the cost of removal of all signs installed after the effective
date of act; providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.

By the Committee on Transportation and Representative
Holloway-

HB 28-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to transporta-
tion; providing for establishment of regional transportation au-
thorities; providing purposes and powers of the authorities for
public transportation systems in and throughout Florida; pro-
viding exemptions to the authority from regulation and taxa-
tion; providing special district ad valorem taxing; providing for
issuance of bonds, pledging of assets and revenue; defining the
transportation area and providing for operation and expansion;
providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.

By Representative Milburn-
HB 29-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to obscene
materials and privacy; authorizing a civil action for invasion
of right of privacy; providing for damages and assessment of
attorney's fees; providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.

By Representatives Andrews, Turlington, and MacKay-

HB 30-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Alachua
County; providing an annual salary for the judge and county
solicitor of the Alachua County Court of Record; providing an
effective date.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 30-C.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.

By Representatives Andrews, Turlington, and MacKay-

HB 31-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to county
judges; amending 44.12, Florida Statutes, providing an annual
salary for the county judge of Alachua County; providing an
effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.

By Representatives Fulford and Craig-

HB 32-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the game
and fresh water fish commission; providing an appropriation
to the commission for the purpose of identifying and destroying
the source of a certain malady infecting the fresh waters of
central Florida; providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.

By Representatives Kennelly, Nease, Dixon, and Alvarez-

HB 33-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the City of
Jacksonville; adding section 14.14 to article 14 of chapter 67-



June 15, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 19


1320, Laws of Florida, as amended by chapter 69-1032, Laws of
Florida; prohibiting the expenditure of public funds for court-
ordered transportation of school pupils, except upon approval
of the electors; providing for a referendum.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.
By Representative Spicola-

HB 34-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax assess-
ments; amending 194.011(2), Florida Statutes, as amended by
chapter 70-243, Laws of Florida, to provide that a notice to a
taxpayer of increase in ad valorem taxes shall contain an ex-
planation of the taxpayer's right to petition the board of tax
adjustment; amending 194.032(5), Florida Statutes, as amend-
ed by chapter 70-243, Laws of Florida, to provide that notice
to petitioner by board of tax adjustment of its decision shall
contain an explanation of petitioner's right to arbitrate; pro-
viding an effective date.
-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.
By Representative Spicola-

HCR 35-C-A concurrent resolution creating the local govern-
ment financing study committee to study the financial opera-


tions and methods of financing local governments, both munici-
pal and county.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.

Reports of Standing Committees

The Committee on Community Affairs recommends the fol-
lowing be placed on the local calendar:

HB 3-C


The bill was placed on the Calendar.

Adjournment

Pursuant to the motion previously adopted, the House ad-
journed at 12:05 P.M. to reconvene at 10:00 A.M. tomorrow.



THE JOURNAL OF THE FLORIDA
House of Representatives
Proceedings at Tallahassee of the Second Legislature
[under the Constitution as Revised in 1968]
SPECIAL SESSION
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1971


The House was called to order by the Speaker at 10:00 A.M.
The following Members were recorded present:


Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Caldwell
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece

Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harllee
Harris
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.


Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Sessums
Shaw


Shreve
Sims
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Williamson
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Excused: Representatives Hodes, C. Matthews, and Santora.
Also Representative Hartnett for the Morning Session and
Representative Martinez for the Afternoon Session.

A quorum was present.

Prayer

Prayer by Representative William J. Rish:

Almighty God, our Heavenly Father, we thank Thee
for this wonderful day with all its blessings; a day in
which we can work and witness for our fellow man, thereby
serving Thee. Teach us to number our days, that we may
apply our hearts unto wisdom. Grant us the humility to
compromise when justice demands it, and grant us the
courage to stand fast when compromise does not do jus-
tice. And, most of all, give us wisdom to understand
when we should compromise or stand fast. Amen.

The Journal

The Journal of June 15 was approved.

Communications from the Governor

The following Proclamation was read:




PROCLAMATION
State of Florida
Office of the Governor
Tallahassee
To the Honorable Members of the Florida Senate and House
of Representatives:

WHEREAS, the Legislature of the State of Florida is now
in Special Session, having been convened pursuant to Procla-
mation of the Governor issued and filed with the Secretary of
State on the 4th day of June A. D. 1971, as superseded by
Proclamation of the Governor issued and filed with the Secre-
tary of State on the 9th day of June A. D. 1971, and

WHEREAS, the Legislature adjourned the Regular Session
of 1971 sine die without enacting certain urgently needed
legislation as set forth as described in paragraph one (1)
below, and

WHEREAS, it is necessary to amend the Proclamation of
the Governor dated the 9th day of June A. D. 1971, in order
to permit the Legislature to take up, consider, and enact such
urgently needed legislation;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, REUBIN O'D. ASKEW, Governor
of the State of Florida, in obedience to my constitutional
duty and by virtue of the power and authority vested in me
by Section 3, Article III, Constitution of Florida (1968), do
hereby proclaim as follows:

1. That paragraph two (2) of the Proclamation of the Gover-
nor dated the 9th day of June A. D. 1971, is amended to
read:
"2. That the Legislature of the State of Florida is con-
vened for the sole and exclusive purpose of considering
the enactment of the following:
(a) A General Appropriations Bill,
(b) Such legislation as is necessary to adequately and
properly finance the General Appropriations Bill,
(c) Such other legislation as is incorporated in, imple-
menting of, or otherwise referred to in the General Appro-
priations Bill.
(d) Legislation relating to financing of local governments
including the expiration date of village limitations.
(e) Legislation relating to outdoor advertising, prohibiting
the erection of outdoor signs in certain areas, and amend-
ing parts of Chapter 479, Florida Statutes, in order to
comply with the Federal Highway Standards and criteria.
(f) Legislation relating to regional transportation authori-
Sties.
(g) Legislation relating to dissolution of marriage, amend-
ing provision in Chapter 69, Florida Statutes.
(h) Legislation relating to the ad valorem tax exemption
of property leased from governmental units by non-
governmental lessees.
(i) Legislation relating to ad valorem taxation, providing
changes in the procedures for determination of full value
assessment and ratio studies relating thereto.


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June 16, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 21


(j) Legislation relating to the reorganization of the De-
partment of Commerce.

2. Except as amended by this Proclamation, the Proclamation
of the Governor dated the 9th day of June A. D. 1971, is
ratified and confirmed.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused
the Great Seal of the State of Flor-
ida to be affixed at Tallahassee, the
Capitol, this 16th day of June A. D.
1971.
Reubin O' D. Askew
Governor

ATTEST:
Richard (Dick) Stone
Secretary of State

Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 15, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives

Sir:

I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has passed-

By Senator Stolzenburg and others-

SB 24-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor ve-
hicle, trailer, and semitrailer registration license plates; amend-
ing sections 320.06, 320.061, 320.0611, 320.13(3), 320.26(1),
320.261, and 320.271, Florida Statutes; providing for certifi-
cates of registration, three (3) year reflectorized license plates,
revalidation stickers, and for certain fees; providing for the
transfer of license plates and for a transfer fee; providing that
the changing or altering of revalidation stickers shall be un-
lawful; providing for an increase in reflectorization fee; pro-
viding a fee for duplicate certificates of registration or regis-
tration license plates or revalidation stickers; providing for
annual renewal of registration; providing registration taxes;
prohibiting the counterfeiting of revalidation stickers; making
it a misdemeanor to attach to a motor vehicle license plates
or revalidation stickers not assigned or transferred to said
vehicle; providing for removal of registration license plates
from used motor vehicles; providing for automobile dealers to
register motor vehicles, trailers, or semitrailers; authorizing a
prepayment by the department of highway safety and motor
vehicles to division of corrections for manufacture of license
plates; providing an effective date.

-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.

Respectfully,
Elmer O. Friday, Jr.
Secretary of the Senate

SB 24-C, contained in the above message, was read the first
time by title and referred to the Committees on Finance & Taxa-
tion and Appropriations.

The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 16, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives

Sir:

I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has passed as amended--

By Senator Stolzenburg and others--

SB 25-C--A bill to be entitled An act relating to the depart-
ment of highway safety and motor vehicles; providing for
personalized prestige automobile license plates; providing for
application, fees, and issuance; providing for right of rejection
of certain applications and recall of certain plates and return
of fees; prohibiting duplicate plates; providing for transfer of


plate to a replacement automobile with fee; defining prestige
p
lates; providing an effective date.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.

Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Jr.
Secretary of the Senate

SB 25-C, contained in the above message, was read the first
time by title and referred to the Committees on Finance &
Taxation and Appropriations.

Report of the Committee on Rules & Calendar

The following report was read:

The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 16, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives

Sir:

Your Committee on Rules & Calendar herewith submits as the
Special Order Calendar under Rule 8.16 for Wednesday, June 16,
1971, the consideration of the following bills upon attainment of
Calendar status:

HB 11-C-Review of assessment by arbitration

HB 17-C-Dissolution of marriage

HB 18-C-Educational loans and grants

HB 27-C-Outdoor advertising

HB 28-C-Transportation

Your Committee further recommends for introduction the fol-
lowing measures:

HB 24-C-Escambia County/Justices of the peace

HB 30-C-Alachua County/Annual salary for judge and
county solicitor of court of record

HB 31-C-County judges/Annual salary

HB 46-C-Designation of Kirby Storter Park

HB 33-C-City of Jacksonville

HB 26-C-Grand juries

A quorum of the Committee was present in person, and a
majority of those present agreed to the above Report.

Respectfully submitted,
Murray H. Dubbin
Chairman, Committee on
Rules & Calendar

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the above report was adopted.

On motions by Mr. Dubbin, consented to by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote, HB's 24-C, 30-C, 31-C, 46-C,
33-C, and 26-C were admitted for later introduction, the Speaker
having ruled that the measures were not within the purview
of the Governor's call.

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the rules were waived and the
House proceeded to the order of-

Unfinished Business


By the Committee on Finance & Taxation-
HB 12-C--A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxation of
motor vehicles; amending section 319.23, Florida Statutes, by
adding new subsection (6) to provide conditions precedent to



22 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES June 16, 1971


issuance of title; amending chapter 320, Florida Statutes, by
adding new section 320.0811, which provides requirements for
utility services to mobile homes; amending section 320.081
(6), Florida Statutes, to reduce to one dollar and fifty cents
($1.50) per license sold the amount to be retained by the depart-
ment of highway safety and motor vehicles; providing an ef-
fective date.

-was taken up, having passed as amended and been recon-
sidered yesterday, and now pending roll call.

Mr. Harris raised the point of order that the bill, as amended,
affected appropriations and therefore should be referred to the
Committee on Appropriations. The Speaker ruled the point
not well taken inasmuch as the bill did not appear to increase
or decrease appropriations on the state level.

The question recurred on passage of HB 12-C, as amended.
The vote was:

Yeas-45
Mr. Speaker
Andrews
Baker
Birchfield
Brown
Clark, J. R.
Crabtree
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Earle
Elmore
Fleece

Fortune
Gallen
Gillespie
Gorman
Harllee
Hess
Johnson
Kershaw
Lane
MacKay
Matthews, H.
Melvin

Milburn
Mooney
Murphy
Nergard
Ogden
Poole
Reeves
Ryals
Savage
Sessums
Shreve
Spicola

Tittle
Trombetta
Turlington
Walker
Whitson
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Zinkil

Nays-55
Alvarez
Baumgartner
Blackburn
Burke
Chapman
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Craig
Dixon
Featherstone
Firestone
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson

Glisson
Grainger
Grizzle
Harris
Hector
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Jones
Kennelly
Lancaster
Libertore
Mattox
McDonald
Miers

Mixson
Moudry
Nease
Poorbaugh
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Sims
Singleton

Smith
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Westberry
Williamson
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey

Representative Forbes was recorded as voting Nay.

So the bill failed to pass.

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the rules were waived and the
House proceeded to the order of-

Introduction and Reference

By the Committee on Finance & Taxation-

HB 10-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxation;
amending subsection 167.431(1), Florida Statutes, relating to
the grant of authority to municipalities to levy a municipal tax
upon utility services; providing a requirement for uniform rate
of tax; providing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By the Committee on Finance & Taxation and Representative
Ogden-

HB 14-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
amending section 236.07(5) and (9) (a), Florida Statutes, as
amended by chapter 70-94, Laws of Florida, removing the re-
quirement that the department of education add to the value of
each instruction unit for current expenses other than instruc-



tional salaries and transportation the per unit difference be-
tween the amount determined by the application of the tax re-
quired for participation in the minimum foundation program for
all counties collectively for the preceding calendar year as de-
termined by the auditor general and the amount determined by
the application of the tax required for participation in the mini-
mum foundation program for all counties collectively for the
preceding calendar year; creating a new section requiring the
auditor general to conduct ratio studies; requiring certification
of ratio study by April 1 instead of May 1; providing for a
board of appeals; providing for delaying the application of the
results of the ratio study of assessment levels conducted by the
auditor general until the 1972-1973 fiscal year; defining one
hundred percent (100%) nonexempt assessed valuation; remov-
ing the requirement that if the one thousand one hundred dollars
($1,100) annual increase for current expenses other than in-
structional salaries and transportation is not appropriated in
full for a given year the minimum required local effort for such
year revert to the level required for the year in which current
expenses other than instructional salaries and transportation
was last fully funded; amending 236.0725, Florida Statutes, as
amended by chapter 70-94, Laws of Florida, delaying the appli-
cation of the results of the ratio study of assessment levels until
the 1972-1973 fiscal year; amending 236.251, Florida Statutes,
as amended by chapter 70-94, Laws of Florida, removing ob-
solete provisions by increasing the exclusions from the millage
limitation; providing that the assessment ratio study shall be
conducted only on the real property tax rolls; providing an ef-
fective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Appropriations.

By Representative Sessums-

HB 16-C-A bill to be entitled An act establishing a citizens'
study commission on education; providing for the membership
of the commission; providing for the duties and responsibilities
of said commission; providing for a supporting staff; providing
for an appropriation; providing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Appropriations.

By the Committee on Judiciary and Representative Nichols
and others-

HB 17-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to dissolution
of marriage; providing a state policy concerning dissolution of
marriages; changing the word divorce to dissolution of mar-
riage; creating section 61.043, Florida Statutes, to provide pro-
cedures for dissolution of marriage; creating section 61.044,
Florida Statutes, to abolish certain defenses; creating section
61.052, Florida Statutes, to establish a basis for dissolution of
marriage; providing that children of a dissolved marriage are
legitimate; providing for alimony for either spouse and a pro-
ceeding in case of nonsupport; providing for child support by
either parent and for child custody; providing for attorney's
fees and costs to be paid by either party; repealing sections 61.-
041, 61.042, 61.051 and 61.15, Florida Statutes; providing an
effective date.

-was read the first time by title and placed on the Calendar
without reference.

By the Committee on Appropriations-

HB 18-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to educational
loans and grants; amending subsection (2) of section 239.41,
Florida Statutes, providing that no new teaching scholarship
awards shall be made after July 1, 1971; amending section 239.-
44, Florida Statutes, providing that any monies collected by the
department of education as repayment of teaching scholarship
awards shall be deposited to the credit of the student financial
aid trust fund; amending subsection (6) of section 239.47, Flori-
da Statutes, providing that no new nursing scholarship awards
shall be made after July 1, 1971; amending subsection (5) of sec-
tion 239.52, Florida Statutes, providing that repayments on nurs-
ing scholarships shall be deposited to the credit of the student fi-
nancial aid trust fund; amending subsection (4) of section 239.-
67, Florida Statutes, by establishing eligibility criteria for loans;
amending subsections (5) and (7) of section 239.67, Florida Stat-
utes, by establishing repayment procedures for loans; providing










June 16, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 23


an increase in student fees to support the loan program; provid-
ing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and placed on the Calendar
without reference.

By the Committee on Appropriations-

HB 21-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to ad valorem
taxation; prescribing certain criteria and methods to be used in
preparing valuations of property for taxation; providing for
physical inspections of property; providing for reassessment of
property based on mass data or ratio studies; authorizing stud-
ies to determine the appropriate value for the criteria set forth
in section 193.011(8), Florida Statutes, in each county; provid-
ing for an affidavit stating, under oath, that the stamps af-
fixed under section 201.02, Florida Statutes, represent the true
and actual consideration for the transfer, and such other in-
formation deemed necessary by the department of revenue; pro-
viding a method for fixing millage; amending section 194.015,
Florida Statutes, by prescribing membership and duties of the
board of tax adjustment; amending subsection 193.181(6), Flor-
ida Statutes, by providing that the tax assessor may be a party
to tax suits involving the level of the county tax assessment
roll; creating sections 200.031, 200.041, 200.051, and 200.052,
Florida Statutes, to provide that the governing and budget-
making authorities of any county, tax district, or other tax
levying agency shall decrease the millage required of such
county or district in proportion to the increase in the fair
market value of the same assessed property; authorizing a ten
percent (10%) increase in village; providing for further
millage increases in emergencies subject to limitations and re-
view by the department of revenue; providing for verification
of budgets and millage increases; specifying millages to be ex-
cluded from the reductions required by this act; providing an
effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By the Committee on Appropriations-

HB 22-C-A bill to be entitled An act authorizing expendi-
tures for fixed capital outlay projects at junior colleges, area
vocational-technical centers, and institutions under the board of
regents; providing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and placed on the Calendar
without reference.


By Representative Reeves and others-
HB 24-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Escambia
County; providing for an increase in the limits authorized for
compensation to justices of the peace of Escambia County upon
resolution of the board of county commissioners of Escambia
County; providing an effective date.

Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 24-C.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Commit-
tee on Community Affairs, consent for its introduction having
earlier been given by the required Constitutional two-thirds
vote.

By Representative Forbes--

HB 26-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to grand
juries; amending section 905.01, Florida Statutes, as amended
by chapter 70-339, Laws of Florida, to provide that an elected
public official shall not be eligible for service on a grand jury;
providing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Commit-
tee on Judiciary, consent for its introduction having earlier been
given by the required Constitutional two-thirds vote.

By the Committee on Transportation--

HB 27-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to outdoor ad-
vertising, amending section 479.01, Florida Statutes, relating to
definitions; amending section 479.02, Florida Statutes, pertain-
ing to enforcement of provisions by the department, providing
procedures; adding section 479.025, F. S., providing for execu-
tion of agreement; adding section 479.026, F. S., providing for
guarantee against loss of funds; amending section 479.03, F. S.,


relating to territory to which act applies; amending section 479.-
11(1), F. S., prohibiting the erection of outdoor signs in certain
areas; creating section 479.111, F. S., permitting certain adver-
tising signs; amending section 479.16(12), F. S., excepting cer-
tain advertisements; adding section 479.23, F. S., providing for
removal of signs; adding section 479.24, F. S., providing for com-
pensation for removal of signs; adding section 479.25, F. S.,
providing that the State of Florida shall not be held responsible
for the cost of removal of all signs installed after the effective
date of act; providing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and placed on the Calendar
without reference.

By the Committee on Transportation and Representative
Holloway-

HB 28-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to transporta-
tion; providing for establishment of regional transportation au-
thorities; providing purposes and powers of the authorities for
public transportation systems in and throughout Florida; pro-
viding exemptions to the authority from regulation and taxa-
tion; providing special district ad valorem taxing; providing for
issuance of bonds, pledging of assets and revenue; defining the
transportation area and providing for operation and expansion;
providing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and placed on the Calendar
without reference.

By Representative Andrews and others-

HB 30-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Alachua
County; providing an annual salary for the judge and county
solicitor of the Alachua County Court of Record; providing an
effective date.

Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 30-C.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Commit-
tee on Community Affairs, consent for its introduction having
earlier been given by the required Constitutional two-thirds
vote.

By Representative Andrews and others-

HB 31-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to county
judges; amending 44.12, Florida Statutes, providing an annual
salary for the county judge of Alachua County; providing an
effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Community Affairs, consent for its introduction hav-
ing earlier been given by the required Constitutional two-thirds
vote.

By Representative Kennelly and others-

HB 33-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the City of
Jacksonville; adding section 14.14 to article 14 of chapter 67-
1320, Laws of Florida, as amended by chapter 69-1032, Laws of
Florida; prohibiting the expenditure of public funds for court-
ordered transportation of school pupils, except upon approval
of the electors; providing for a referendum.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Commit-
tees on Education and Appropriations, consent for its introduc-
tion having earlier been given by the required Constitutional
two-thirds vote.

By Representative Spicola-

HCR 35-C-A concurrent resolution creating the local govern-
ment financing study committee to study the financial opera-
tions and methods of financing local governments, both munici-
pal and county.

-was read the first time by title and placed on the Calendar
without reference.

By Representative Gautier-

HB 36-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the imple-
mentation of Florida traffic court rules; providing for addition-
al duties of the director of the governor's highway safety com-
mission; requiring assessment of additional costs upon con-



24 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES June 16, 1971


viction of traffic violations or estreature or forfeiture of bond;
providing exceptions; providing for revenue sharing between
municipalities and state; providing for depositing and expend-
ing of amounts collected for use in implementing Florida traffic
court rules, assistance to local courts and gathering statistical
data; providing for audit; providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar.

By Representative Cherry-

HB 37-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to discrimina-
tory practices based on sex; amending 13.201(2), 13.211(3)
and 13.251, Florida Statutes, and 409.026(5), Florida Statutes,
1970 Supplement, as created by chapter 70-255, Laws of Florida,
to add discrimination based on sex to discriminatory practices
prohibited therein; providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar.

By Representative Cherry-

HB 38-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to punishment
for capital offenses, death penalty; amending 779.07, 782.04
(1), 790.16(1), 790.161 (as amended by chapter 70-85, Laws of
Florida), 794.01 and 805.02, Florida Statutes, and 919.23, Flor-
ida Statutes, as amended by chapter 70-339, Laws of Florida,
and appearing as 921.141, Florida Statutes, 1970 Supplement,
to reduce all death penalty sentences to imprisonment for a term
of years or life; repealing 790.16(3) and (4), Florida Statutes,
relating to jury recommendations to mercy, to conform to said
changes; providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar.

By Representative Cherry-

HB 39-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to elections in
municipalities and governmental entities exercising municipal
powers; providing, pursuant to Section 6 of Article VI of the
State Constitution, that every citizen who is a bona fide resident
of any municipality or governmental entity exercising municipal
powers who is at least eighteen (18) years of age and who is
registered as provided by law shall be an elector for such elec-
tions; providing for referenda.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar.

By Representative Cherry-

HM 40-C-A memorial to the Congress of the United States
requesting Congress to call a constitutional convention for the
purpose of proposing an amendment to the United States Con-
stitution which would guarantee equal rights for women.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar.

By Representative Cherry-

HM 41-C-A Memorial to the Congress of the United States
requesting the enactment of the Equal Rights Amendment to
the United States Constitution.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar.

By Representative Cherry-

HB 42-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to local govern-
ment; creating 167.79, Florida Statutes, authorizing the volun-
tary adoption of rent control legislation by a municipality; pro-
viding an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar.

By Representatives Redman, Sessums, Martinez, Ryals,
Danahy, Spicola, and Culbreath-

HB 43-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Hillsborough
County; amending subsection (2) of 2 of chapter 71- Laws


of Florida, (House Bill 1928, 1971 session), to provide for and
clarify the annual compensation of the judge of the Hillsborough
County civil court of record; providing an effective date.

Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 43-C.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar.

By Representative Craig-

HM 44-C-A memorial to the Congress of the United States
requesting that no further funds be appropriated for the Cross
Florida Barge Canal until a complete evaluation of the project
has been made.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar.

By Representative Craig-

HR 45-C-A resolution requesting that the Congress of the
United States appropriate no further funds for the Cross Flor-
ida Barge Canal until a complete evaluation of the project has
been made.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar.

By Representative Walker-

HB 46-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the designa-
tion of Kirby Storter Park; providing for the naming of a
specifically described roadside park on state road 90 in Collier
County; authorizing the erection of appropriate markers; pro-
viding an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on General Legislation, consent for its introduction
having earlier been given by the required Constitutional two-
thirds vote.

Subsequently, on motion by Mr. Wolfson, agreed to by two-
thirds vote, HB 46-C was withdrawn from the Committee on
General Legislation and placed on the Calendar.

By Representatives Johnson, Tillman, and Crabtree-

HB 47-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the salary
of the County Judge of Highlands County, Florida, amending
Florida Statute 44.12 from 15,500.00 to 19,000.00, providing an
effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Cal-
endar.

By Representatives Tucker and Miers-

HB 48-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Leon Coun-
ty; providing compensation for the judge of juvenile court,
pursuant to chapter 39; providing an effective date.

Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 48-C.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Cal-
endar.

Consideration of the Special Order

HB 11-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to ad valorem
taxes; amending section 193.122(1), Florida Statutes, provid-
ing certification of tax rolls; repealing section 194.033, Flor-
ida Statutes, providing review of assessment by arbitration;
providing an effective date.

-was taken up and read the second time by title.


Representative Spicola offered the following amendment:

On page 1, line 27, strike Section 3 and insert the following:



June 16, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 25



Section 3. Subsection (2) of section 194.011, Florida Statutes,
as amended by chapter 70-243, Laws of Florida, is amended to
read:

194.011 Completion of assessment rolls.-
(2) On or before the completion of the tax rolls each tax
assessor shall notify by first class mail each person subject
to real or tangible personal ad valorem taxes of the assessment
of each taxable item of real property and tangible personal prop-
erty as the item appears on the tax roll which he proposes to
increase from the previous year's assessment, unless such in-
creased assessment is not greater than the value declared by
the taxpayer on his return,- and the tax assessor shall include
in such notice an explanation of the taxpayer's right to peti-
tion the board of tax adjustment as provided in this section
opposing such assessment.

Section 4. This act shall take effect immediately upon be..
coming a law.

Mr. Spicola moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption.


Representative Featherstone offered the following amend-
ment:

On page 1, line 23, strike "of" and insert the following: by

Mr. Featherstone moved the adoption of the amendment,
which was adopted.

On motion by Mr. MacKay, the rules were waived and HR
11-C, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage,
the vote was:

Yeas-106
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Caldwell
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone

Fleece
Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harllee
Harris
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez

Matthews, H.
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Redman
Reed
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Sessums
Shaw

Shreve
Sims
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Williamson
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Zinkil

Nays-1

Glisson


Representatives Danahy, Randell, Reeves, Tyrrell, and Yancey
were recorded as voting Yea.

So the bill passed, as amended, and was ordered engrossed.

HB 17-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to dissolution
of marriage; providing a state policy concerning dissolution of
marriages; changing the word divorce to dissolution of mar-
riage; creating section 61.043, Florida Statutes, to provide pro-
cedures for dissolution of marriage; creating section 61.044,
Florida Statutes, to abolish certain defenses; creating section



61.052, Florida Statutes, to establish a basis for dissolution of
marriage; providing that children of a dissolved marriage are
legitimate; providing for alimony for either spouse and a pro-
ceeding in case of nonsupport; providing for child support by
either parent and for child custody; providing for attorney's
fees and costs to be paid by either party; repealing sections 61.-
041, 61.042, 61.051 and 61.15, Florida Statutes; providing an
effective date.

-was taken up. On motion by Mr. Nichols, the rules were
waived and HB 17-C was read the second time by title.

Representative Gustafson offered the following amendment:

On page 6, line 4, strike "restore" and insert the following:
result

Mr. Gustafson moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Gustafson offered the following amendment:

On page 3, line 26, strike "three (3)" and insert the following:
two (2)

Mr. Gustafson moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption. The vote was:


Yeas-42
Andrews
Baumgartner
Burke
Caldwell
Conway
Craig
Dixon
Earle
Elmore
Fleece
Forbes

Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Gustafson
Harllee
Hazelton
Hollingsworth
Johnson
Lancaster
Matthews, H.
Mattox

Moudry
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Reed
Robinson, A. S.
Sessums
Shaw
Sims
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Trombetta
Tubbs
Whitson
Williamson
Wilson


Nays-55
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Baker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Dubbin
Featherstone

Firestone
Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Grizzle
Harris
Hector
Hess
Holloway
Jones
Kennelly

Lane
Libertore
Martinez
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mooney
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Randell
Redman
Renick
Rish

Ryals
Sackett
Sweeny
Tittle
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Whitworth
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Zinkil




Representative Gautier offered the following amendment:

On page 6, strike line 4 and insert the following: result in
each spouse having the status of being single and

Mr. Gustafson moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Spicola offered the following amendment:

On page 3, line 19, strike "shall" and insert the following:
may

Mr. Spicola moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption.




26 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES June 16, 1971


Representative Spicola offered the following amendment:

On page 12, line 25, strike the period and insert the following:
; provided however, that such non-payment of accrued obliga-
tions may be considered by the court in determining a reduction
of alimony and child support payments.

Mr. Spicola moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption.

Representative Savage offered the following amendment:

On page 3, line 26, strike the period after the word "years"
and insert the following: and provided further, however, that no
dissolution shall be allowed if the incompetent condition was
brought about by action of the party alleging mental incom-
petency as grounds for the dissolution.

Mr. Savage moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption.

Representative Whitson offered the following amendment:

On page 7, strike all of lines 1 through 23 and insert the fol-
lowing: (1) In a proceeding for dissolution of marriage, the
court may grant alimony to either party. Allowance of alimony
shall be essentially rehabilitative in nature and payments of
alimony shall be limited in amount and duration to the re-
habilitative period: provided however that the court may provide
for permanent alimony where from circumstances of the parties
and the facts of the case it would be appropriate to do so.

(2) Where the final judgment of dissolution of marriage pro-
vides that a party shall pay, as partial alimony, or otherwise,
for training, completion of education, or attainment of a college
degree, it shall be prescribed that said provision is rehabilitative,
and that within a reasonable time after the completion of said
training, alimony shall be terminated by the court.

Mr. Whitson moved the adoption of the amendment.

Pending consideration thereof-

Representative Dubbin offered the following substitute
amendment:

On page 7, line 7, strike "shall" and insert the following:
may

Mr. Dubbin moved the adoption of the substitute amend-
ment.

Pending consideration thereof-

Representative D'Alemberte offered the following amend-
ment to the amendment:

After the last line of the amendment, insert the following:
(3) In any award of alimony the court has jurisdiction to order
periodic payments or payment in lump sum or both.

Mr. D'Alemberte moved the adoption of the amendment to
the amendment, which was adopted.

The question recurred on the adoption of the substitute amend-
ment.

Pending consideration thereof--


Representatives Crabtree and Johnson offered the following
amendment to the substitute amendment:

On page 7, line 7, strike the colon and lines 8 through 21
and insert the following: any factor necessary to do equity
and justice between the parties.

Mr. Crabtree moved the adoption of the amendment to the
substitute amendment, which failed of adoption.

Representatives Johnson and Crabtree offered the following
amendment to the substitute amendment:

On page 7, line 7, strike subparagraphs (a), (e) and (f)

Mr. Johnson moved the adoption of the amendment to the
substitute amendment, which failed of adoption.

The question recurred on the adoption of the substitute
amendment, which was adopted. The vote was:


Yeas-59
Mr. Speaker
Andrews
Baker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
D'Alemberte
Dubbin
Elmore

Featherstone
Firestone
Fortune
Fulford
Gautier
Gillespie
Grainger
Harris
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster

Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Mattox
Melvin
Milburn
Mixson
Ogden
Randell
Redman
Renick
Rish
Sackett
Shaw

Shreve
Singleton
Sweeny
Tittle
Trombetta
Tucker
Tyrrell
Walker
Whitworth
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil


Nays-46

Alvarez
Caldwell
Clark, Dick
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
Dixon
Earle
Fleece
Forbes
Gibson

Glisson
Gorman
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harllee
Johnson
Matthews, H.
McDonald
Miers
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy

Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Reed
Reeves
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Sims
Smith

Spicola
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Westberry
Whitson
Williamson
Wilson


Subsequently, Mr. Wolfson moved that the House reconsider
the vote by which the substitute amendment was adopted. On
motion by Mr. Yancey, the motion to reconsider was laid on
the table. The vote was:


Yeas-55

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway

Dubbin
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fortune
Gautier
Gillespie
Grainger
Harris
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Jones
Kennelly

Kershaw
Lancaster
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Melvin
Mixson
Randell
Redman
Renick
Rish
Ryals
Sackett
Shaw

Shreve
Singleton
Sweeny
Tittle
Trombetta
Tyrrell
Walker
Whitworth
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil



June 16, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 27


Nays-51

Caldwell
Clark, Dick
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Dixon
Earle
Fleece
Forbes
Gallen
Gibson

Glisson
Gorman
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harllee
Hazelton
Johnson
Lane
Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Miers
Milburn

Mooney
Moudry
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Reed
Reeves
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Savage

Sims
Smith
Spicola
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Tucker
Whitson
Williamson
Wilson

Representatives Redman and Featherstone offered the follow-
ing amendment:

On page 7, line 5, after the period insert the following: Pro-
vided, however, in no event shall alimony be granted to an
adulterous spouse.

Mr. Redman moved the adoption of the amendment.

Pending consideration thereof-

Recess


On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the House recessed at 12:14 P.M.
to reconvene at 1:30 P.M. today.
AFTERNOON SESSION

The House was called to order by the Speaker at 1:30 P.M.

The following Members were recorded present:

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Caldwell
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece

Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Matthews, H.

Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Sessums
Shaw

Shreve
Sims
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Williamson
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

A quorum was present.

Continuation of Consideration of the Special Order

HB 17-C was taken up on second reading, pending on motion
by Mr. Redman to adopt the following amendment:




On page 7, line 5, after the period, insert the following:
Provided, however, in no event shall alimony be granted to an
adulterous spouse.

Representative Spicola offered the following amendment to
the amendment:

On page 7, line 4, strike the period and insert the following:
; provided however, that no alimony shall be granted to an
adulterous spouse unless the court determines that both parties
are guilty of such marital misconduct, and in that event the
court may grant alimony to either party.

Mr. Spicola moved the adoption of the amendment to the
amendment, which failed of adoption.

The question recurred on the adoption of the amendment,
which was adopted. The vote was:


Yeas-55
Baumgartner
Blackburn
Burke
Chapman
Clark, Dick
Conway
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
Dixon
Featherstone
Fortune
Gallen
Gibson

=Harllee
Hazelton
Hess
Hollingsworth
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
Matthews, H.
McDonald
Melvin
Mixson

Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nergard
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Savage

Shaw
Shreve
Spicola
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tobiassen
Tyrrell
Walker
Williamson
Wilson
Woodward


Nays-50
Mr. Speaker
Andrews
Baker
Birchfield
Brown
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Crabtree
D'Alemberte
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore

Firestone
Fleece
Forbes
Fulford
Gautier
Gillespie
Gorman
Grainger
Gustarson
Hartnett
Hector
Kershaw
MacKay

Mattox
Milburn
Nease
Nichols
Ogden
Renick
Robinson, A. S.
Sackett
Sessums
Sims
Singleton
Smith
Stevens

Tittle
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Whitson
Whitworth
Winn
Wolfson
Yancey
Zinkil


Subsequently, Mr. Savage moved that the House reconsider
the vote by which the amendment by Representatives Redman
and Featherstone was adopted. Mr. Rish moved that the motion
to reconsider be laid on the table.

Pending consideration thereof, the absence of a quorum was
suggested. A quorum of 100 Members was present.

The question recurred on the motion to lay the motion to
reconsider on the table, which was not agreed to. The vote was:



Yeas-49
Alvarez
Baumgartner
Blackburn
Burke
Clark, Dick
Crane
Culbreath
Dixon
Featherstone
Fortune
Fulford
Grizzle
Harllee

Hazelton
Hess
Hollingsworth
Johnson
Kennelly
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
Matthews, H.
Mattox
Mixson
Moudry
Murphy

Nease
Nergard
Poorbaugh
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Savage
Sessums

Shaw
Shreve
Spicola
Sweeny
Tillman
Tyrrell
Walker
Williamson
Wilson
Woodward




28 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES June 16, 1971


Nays-55
Mr. Speaker
Andrews
Baker
Birchfield
Caldwell
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
D'Alemberte
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore

Firestone
Fleece
Forbes
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Holloway
Jones

Kershaw
MacKay
Miers
Milburn
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Renick
Sackett
Sims
Singleton
Smith
Stevens
Sykes

Thomas
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Whitson
Whitworth
Winn
Wolfson
Yancey
Zinkil


Representative Reeves was recorded as voting Nay.

The question recurred on the motion to reconsider. Pending
consideration thereof, on motion by Mr. J. R. Clark, the rules
were waived and debate was limited to five minutes per side.

The absence of a quorum was suggested. A quorum of 104
Members was present.

The question again recurred on the motion to reconsider,
which was not agreed to. The vote was:

Yeas-50
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Birchfield
Brown
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
D'Alemberte

Dubbin
Elmore
Firestone
Fleece
Forbes
Gillespie
Gorman
Grainger
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector

Holloway
Jones
Kershaw
Mattox
Milburn
Nichols
Poole
Reeves
Robinson, A. S.
Sackett
Sims
Singleton
Smith

Thomas
Tittle
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Whitworth
Winn
Wolfson
Yancey
Zinkil


Nays-55
Baumgartner
Blackburn
Burke
Clark, Dick
Crane
Culbreath
Dixon
Earle
Featherstone
Fortune
Fulford
Gibson
Glisson
Grizzle


Harllee
Hess
Hollingsworth
Johnson
Kennelly
Lancaster
Lane
Matthews, H.
Melvin
Miers
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy

Nease
Nergard
Ogden
Poorbaugh
Powell
Redman
Reed
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Savage
Sessums
Shaw

Shreve
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Tillman
Tobiassen
Tyrrell
Walker
Whitson
Williamson
Wilson
Woodward

Representative Blackburn offered the following amendment:

On page 5, line 14, strike "three (3)" and insert the fol-
lowing: six (6)

Mr. Blackburn moved the adoption of the amendment.

Pending consideration thereof, on motion by Mr. Nichols, the
amendment was laid on the table.

Representative Zinkil offered the following amendment:

On page 15, line 24, strike "twenty days have" and insert the
following: one year has

Mr. Zinkil moved the adoption of the amendment.

Pending consideration thereof, on motion by Mr. Williamson,
the amendment was laid on the table.



Representatives Whitson and D'Alemberte offered the follow-
ing amendment:

On page 7, strike lines 6 through 23 and insert the following:
(2) In determining a proper award of alimony, the court may
consider any factor necessary to do equity and justice between
the parties.

Mr. Whitson moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Shaw offered the following amendment:

On page 5, line 4, strike "may" and insert the following: shall

Mr. Shaw moved the adoption of the amendment.

Pending consideration thereof, on motion by Mr. Nichols, the
amendment was laid on the table. The vote was:

Yeas-63
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Birchfield
Brown
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Crane
D'Alemberte
Earle
Elmore
Firestone
Fleece

Fulford
Gibson
Gillespie
Gorman
Grainger
Gustafsor
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
MacKay
Mattox

McDonald
Milburn
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Reed
Robinson, A. S.
Sackett
Shreve
Sims
Singleton
Smith

Spicola
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Whitson
Whitworth
Williamson
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Yancey

Nays-36
Baker
Baumgartner
Blackburn
Burke
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Culbreath
Dixon
Featherstone

Fortune
Glisson
Grizzle
Harllee
Hess
Hollingsworth
Kennelly
Lancaster
Lane

Matthews, H.
Melvin
Miers
Nease
Nergard
Redman
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Savage
Sessums
Shaw
Sweeny
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tyrrell
Walker
Woodward
Zinkil


Mr. Lancaster moved the previous question, which was agreed
to.

On motion by Mr. Nichols, the rules were waived and HB 17-C,
as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage, the
vote was:


Yeas-77
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore

Firestone
Fleece
Forbes
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Libertore
MacKay
Mattox

McDonald
Milburn
Mooney
Moudry
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Sackett
Sessums
Shreve
Sims

Singleton
Smith
Sykes
Thomas
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Whitson
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Yancey



June 16, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 29


Nays-32
Baumgartner
Caldwell
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Dixon
Featherstone
Fortune
Fulford

Gallen
Gibson
Grizzle
Harllee
Hollingsworth
Kennelly
Lancaster
Matthews, H.

Melvin
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Nease
Randell
Redman
Savage

Shaw
Spicola
Sweeny
Tillman
Walker
Williamson
Woodward
Zinkil


Representatives Danahy, Gautier, Lane, and Stevens were
recorded as voting Yea and Representative Powell was recorded
as voting Nay.

So the bill passed, as amended, and was ordered engrossed.

HB 18-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to educational
loans and grants; amending subsection (2) of section 239.41,
Florida Statutes, providing that no new teaching scholarship
awards shall be made after July 1, 1971; amending section 239.-
44, Florida Statutes, providing that any monies collected by the
department of education as repayment of teaching scholarship
awards shall be deposited to the credit of the student financial
aid trust fund; amending subsection (6) of section 239.47, Flori-
da Statutes, providing that no new nursing scholarship awards
shall be made after July 1, 1971; amending subsection (5) of sec-
tion 239.52, Florida Statutes, providing that repayments on nurs-
ing scholarships shall be deposited to the credit of the student fi-
nancial aid trust fund; amending subsection (4) of section 239.-
67, Florida Statutes, by establishing eligibility criteria for loans;
amending subsections (5) and (7) of section 239.67, Florida Stat-
utes, by establishing repayment procedures for loans; providing
an increase in student fees to support the loan program; provid-
ing an effective date.

-was taken up. On motions by Mr. Sessums, the rules were
waived and HB 18-C was read the second time by title and the
third time by title. On passage, the vote was:


Yeas-104
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Caldwell
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece

Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Gustafson
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay

Matthews, H.
Mattox
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Sackett
Savage
Sessums

Shreve
Sims
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey


Nays-1

Zinkil


Representatives Chapman, Gautier, and Powell were recorded
as voting Yea.

So the bill passed and was ordered immediately certified to
the Senate.

HB 27-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to outdoor ad-
vertising, amending section 479.01, Florida Statutes, relating to





definitions; amending section 479.02, Florida Statutes, pertain-
ing to enforcement of provisions by the department, providing
procedures; adding section 479.025, F. S., providing for execu-
tion of agreement; adding section 479.026, F. S., providing for
guarantee against loss of funds; amending section 479.03, F. S.,
relating to territory to which act applies; amending section 479.-
11(1), F. S., prohibiting the erection of outdoor signs in certain
areas; creating section 479.111, F. S., permitting certain adver-
tising signs; amending section 479.16(12), F. S., excepting cer-
tain advertisements; adding section 479.23, F. S., providing for
removal of signs; adding section 479.24, F. S., providing for com-
pensation for removal of signs; adding section 479.25, F. S.,
providing that the State of Florida shall not be held responsible
for the cost of removal of all signs installed after the effective
date of act; providing an effective date.

-was taken up. On motions by Mr. Hess, the rules were
waived and HB 27-C was read the second time by title and
the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:


Yeas-87
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
Danahy
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone

Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Gustatson
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Libertore
MacKay

Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Milburn
Mixson
Mooney
Murphy
Nergard
Ogden
Poole
Randell
Reed
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Sessums
Shreve

Sims
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tucker
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Williamson
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward

Nays-18

Burke
Clark, J. R.
D'Alemberte
Dixon
Fleece

Gibson
Hollingsworth
Miers
Moudry
Poorbaugh

Powell
Redman
Shaw
Tittle
Tubbs

Tyrrell
Yancey
Zinkil


Representatives Firestone, Gautier and Nease were recorded
as voting Yea.

So the bill passed and was ordered immediately certified to
the Senate.

HB 28-C--A bill to be entitled An act relating to transporta-
tion; providing for establishment of regional transportation au-
thorities; providing purposes and powers of the authorities for
public transportation systems in and throughout Florida; pro-
viding exemptions to the authority from regulation and taxa-
tion; providing special district ad valorem taxing; providing for
issuance of bonds, pledging of assets and revenue; defining the
transportation area and providing for operation and expansion;
providing an effective date.

-was taken up. On motion by Mr. Holloway, the rules were
waived and HB 28-C was read the second time by title.

Representative Sims offered the following amendment:

On page 4, line 30, strike "not"

Mr. Sims moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption. The vote was:







30 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES June 16, 1971


Yeas-44

Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Burke
Clark, David
Crane
Culbreath
Earle
Fleece
Fulford
Glisson

Gorman
Hazelton
Hollingsworth
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Lancaster
Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Melvin

Miers
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Poorbaugh
Powell
Robinson, A. S.
Savage
Shaw

Sims
Smith
Sykes
Thomas
Trombetta
Tubbs
Walker
Whitson
Williamson
Wilson
Zinkil

Nays-46

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Brown
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
D'Alemberte
Danahy

Elmore
Featherstone
Fortune
Gallen
Gibson
Gillespie
Grainger
Harllee
Hector
Holloway
Kershaw
Libertore

MacKay
Milburn
Mixson
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Randell
Redman
Renick
Rish
Sackett
Shreve

Singleton
Spicola
Stevens
Tittle
Tucker
Tyrrell
Westberry
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey


Representative Ogden offered the following amendment:

On page 11, line 4, insert the following after the period:
Provided, however, it is not the intention of this act to super-
sede the provisions of SCS for HB 753 passed in the 1971
session of the Florida Legislature.

Mr. Ogden moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

On motion by Mr. Holloway, the rules were waived and HB
28-C, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage,
the vote was:


Yeas-81
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Caldwell
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore

Featherstone
Firestone
Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gibson
Gillespie
Gorman
Grainger
Gustafson
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Holloway
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Matthews, H.

McDonald
Melvin
Milburn
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nergard
Nichols
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell.
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Ryals
Sackett
Shreve
Sims

Singleton
Smith
Stevens
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Turlington
Tyrrell
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Williamson
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson

Nays-22

Burke
Dixon
Fleece
Gallen
Harllee
Hollingsworth

Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Mattox
Mixson
Nease

Randell
Savage
Sessums
Shaw
Spicola
Trombetta

Walker
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil


Representatives Crabtree and Gautier were recorded as voting
Yea and Representative Whitson changed his vote from Yea to
Nay.
So the bill passed, as amended, and was ordered engrossed.





Interpretation by Speaker
of Expanded Proclamation

The Speaker told the House:

"Several Members of the House have asked about the Gov-
ernor's extension of the call today, particularly section (c) of
paragraph 2. Section (c) allows this Special Session to take up
and consider:

"(c) Such other legislation as is incorporated in, implement-
ing of, or otherwise referred to in the General Ap-
propriations Bill.

"I interpret this section to allow the introduction of only those
bills which are necessary to implement a line item in the Gen-
eral Appropriations Bill or bills which are specifically referred
to by number or by subject in a provision in the General Ap-
propriations Bill.

"This amendment to the call was necessary to allow this
Legislature in Special Session to implement several line items
which have remained in the appropriations bill, particularly the
creation of an education study commission and the adoption of
a student loan program, both of which have been recommended
by the Governor. I do not think that this section (c) opens the
Governor's call to all matters and I assure you that I will so
rule."

Mr. Dubbin moved that the House adjourn upon completion of
Introduction and Reference to reconvene at 10:00 A.M. tomor-
row, which was agreed to.

Introduction and Reference

By Representative Grainger-

HJR 49-C-A joint resolution proposing an amendment to Sec-
tion 7 of Article X of the State Constitution; providing that lot-
teries may, under certain conditions, be authorized by law.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.

By Representatives Conway, Sweeny, and Gillespie-

HB 50-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
retirement system; providing that any member of the Florida
retirement system who has served as a city or municipal judge
may claim retirement credit for such judicial service; providing
procedures and requirements relating to evidence to be given
and amounts to be paid to the Florida retirement system in
order to obtain such retirement credit; providing that the credit-
able service granted shall be credited as provided in 121.091(1),
Florida Statutes, 1970 Supplement; providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.

By Representatives Sweeny, Conway, and Gillespie-

HB 51-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the disposal
of evidence; providing for the destruction or sale of certain
items of physical evidence held in excess of ten (10) years in
the custody of clerks of the circuit court or of any civil or crim-
inal court of record; providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.

By Representatives Chapman and Firestone-

HB 52-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public of-
ficers and employees; amending 112.12, Florida Statutes, to
authorize the payment of life insurance premiums by govern-
mental agencies for their employees; providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.








June 16, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 31


By the Committee on Finance & Taxation-
HB 53-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to ad valorem
taxation; prescribing certain criteria and methods to be used
in preparing valuations of property for taxation; providing for
physical inspections of property; providing for reassessment
of property based on mass data or ratio studies; authorizing
studies to determine the appropriate value for the criteria set
forth in section 193.011(8), Florida Statutes, in each county;
providing for an affidavit stating, under oath, that the stamps
affixed under section 201.02, Florida Statutes, represent the
true and actual consideration for the transfer, and such other
information deemed necessary -by the department of revenue;
providing a method for fixing millage; amending section 194.-
015, Florida Statutes, by prescribing membership and duties
of the board of tax adjustment; amending subsection 193.181
(6), Florida Statutes, by providing that the tax assessor may
be a party to tax suits involving the level of the county tax
assessment roll; creating sections 200.031, 200.041, 200.051, and
200.052, Florida Statutes, to provide that the governing and
budget-making authorities of any county, tax district, or other
tax levying agency shall decrease the millage required of such
county or district in proportion to the increase in the fair
market value of the same assessed property; authorizing a ten
percent (10%) increase in village; providing for further mill-
age increases in emergencies subject to limitations and review
by the department of revenue; providing for verification of
budgets and millage increases; specifying millages to be ex-
cluded from the reductions required by this act; providing an
effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Appropriations,


Reports of Standing Committees

The Committee on Judiciary recommends the following pass:

HB 26-C

The bill was placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar.

The Committee on Community Affairs recommends the fol-
lowing local bills pass:

HB 24-C HB 30-C HB 31-C

The bills were placed in the Committee on Rules & Calendar.
Engrossing Reports
June 16, 1971

Your Engrossing Clerk reports amendments to-

HB 11-C HB 17-C HB 28-C

-have been incorporated and the bills herewith returned.

-and the bills were ordered immediately certified to the
Senate.

Adjournment

Pursuant to the motion previously adopted, the House ad-
journed at 3:16 P.M. to reconvene at 10:00 A.M. tomorrow.



THE JOURNAL OF THE FLORIDA
House of Representatives
Proceedings at Tallahassee of the Second Legislature
[under the Constitution as Revised in 1968]
SPECIAL SESSION
THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1971
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 10:00 A.M.


The following Members were recorded present:


Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Caldwell
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece

Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez

Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Sessums
Shaw

Shreve
Sims
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Williamson
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Excused: Representatives Hodes, C. Matthews, Poorbaugh,
and Santora.

A quorum was present.

Prayer

Prayer by Representative James L. Redman:

Our dear Heavenly Father, help us to remain true to that
which our conscience tells us is right! Amen.

The Journal

The Journal of June 16 was corrected and approved as fol-
lows: On page 20, column 1, in Members excused, insert "and
Representative Martinez for the Afternoon Session."

Co-introducers

Representative Powell was given permission to be recorded
as a co-introducer of HB 10-C.

Representative Poole was given permission to be recorded as
a co-introducer of HB 28-C.

Report of the Committee on Rules & Calendar


The following report was read:

The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 17, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives

Sir:

Your Committee on Rules & Calendar herewith submits as the
Special Order Calendar under Rule 8.16 for Thursday, June 17,
1971, the consideration of the following bills:

HB 26-C-Grand juries

HB 46-C-Kirby Storter Park

HB 21-C-Ratio study

HB 10-C-Uniform local utility tax

Your Committee further recommends for introduction the fol-
lowing measures:

HB 43-C-Hillsborough County (local)

HB 52-C-Public Officers and employees

HCR 56-C-Achievements of Moccasins of Florida Southern
College

In addition your Committee recommends the attached local
bills as part of the Special Order Calendar. (List distributed to
Members)

A quorum of the Committee was present in person, and a
majority of those present agreed to the above Report.

Respectfully submitted,
Murray H. Dubbin
Chairman, Committee on
Rules & Calendar

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the above report was adopted.

On motions by Mr. Dubbin, consented to by the required Con-
stitutional two-thirds vote, HB's 43-C and 52-C, and HCR 56-C
were admitted for later introduction, the Speaker having ruled
that the measures were not within the purview of the Gov-
erpor's call.

Consideration of House Bills of a
Local Nature on Second Reading

HB 3-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Orange
County, fire control districts; amending subsection (1) of sec-
tion 2, chapter 67-1821, Laws of Florida, to change number of
registered freeholders to number of registered voters required
to sign petition; adding subsections (3) and (4) to section 2,
chapter 67-1821, Laws of Florida, to provide for designation of
alternative methods of assessment; amending section 10, chap-
ter 67-1821, Laws of Florida, as amended by section 2, chapter
69-1380, Laws of Florida, to provide for an alternative method
of assessment for the special benefit; amending sections 11, 15,
and 18, chapter 67-1821, Laws of Florida, to reflect the alterna-
tive method of assessment; providing an effective date.
-was taken up and read the second time by title.

32



June 17, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 33


On motion by Dr. Earle, the rules were waived and HB 3-C
was read the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:


Yeas-106
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburnp
Brown
Burke
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece

Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Harllee
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez

Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Shaw
Shreve

Sims
Singleton
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Williamson
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil


Nays-None

So the bill passed and was ordered immediately certified
to the Senate.

HB 24-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Escambia
County; providing for an increase in the limits authorized for
compensation to justices of the peace of Escambia County upon
resolution of the board of county commissioners of Escambia
County; providing an effective date.

-was taken up and read the second time by title.

On motion by Mr. Reeves, the rules were waived and HB
24-C was read the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:



Yeas-106
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece

Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Harllee
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez

Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Shaw
Shreve

Sims
Singleton
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Williamson
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil


Nays-None
So the bill passed and was ordered immediately certified
to the Senate.



HB 31-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to county
judges; amending 44.12, Florida Statutes, providing an annual
salary for the county judge of Alachua County; providing an
effective date.

-was taken up and read the second time by title.

On motion by Mr. Andrews, the rules were waived and HB
31-C was read the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-106

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburrn
Brown
Burke
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece

Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Harllee
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez

Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Shaw
Shreve

Sims
Singleton
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Williamson
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil


Nays-None
So the bill passed and was ordered immediately certified
to the Senate.


HB 30-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Alachua
County; providing an annual salary for the judge and county
solicitor of the Alachua County Court of Record; providing an
effective date.

-was taken up and read the second time by title.

On motion by Mr. Andrews, the rules were waived and HB
30-C was read the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:



Yeas-106
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle

Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece
Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Harllee
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson

Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Powell

Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Shaw
Shreve
Sims
Singleton
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tubbs










34 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES June 17, 1971


Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker

Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Williamson

Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward

Yancey
Zinkil

Nays-None

So the bill passed and was ordered immediately certified
to the Senate.

Consideration of the Special Order

HB 26-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to grand
juries; amending section 905.01, Florida Statutes, as amended
by chapter 70-339, Laws of Florida, to provide that an elected
public official shall not be eligible for service on a grand jury;
providing an effective date.

-was taken up and read the second time by title.

On motion by Mr. Forbes, the rules were waived and HB 26-C
was read the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:


Yeas-92
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone

Firestone
Fleece
Forbes
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Harllee
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster

Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Ogden
Poole
Powell
Redman
Reed
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W.

Ryals
Sackett
Shaw
Shreve
Sims
Singleton
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Tucker
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil


Nays---None


Representatives Chapman, Cherry, Fortune, Holloway, Reeves,
Spicola, Stevens, Whitson, and Wolfson were recorded as voting
Yea and Representative Savage was recorded as voting Nay.

So the bill passed and was ordered immediately certified to
the Senate.

HB 46-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the designa-
tion of Kirby Storter Park; providing for the naming of a
specifically described roadside park on state road 90 in Collier
County; authorizing the erection of appropriate markers; pro-
viding an effective date.

-was taken up and read the second time by title.

On motion by Mr. Walker, the rules were waived and HB 46-C
was read the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:


Yeas-96
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield

Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David

Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane

Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore





Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece
Forbes
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Harllee
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth

Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mooney
Moudry

Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Ogden
Poole
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Sackett
Shaw
Shreve
Sims
Singleton

Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Tucker
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitworth
Williamson
Wilson
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil


Nays-None



Representatives Fortune, Hartnett, Reeves, Savage, Spicola,
Stevens, Whitson, and Winn were recorded as voting Yea.

So the bill passed and was ordered immediately certified to
the Senate.

HB 21-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to ad valorem
taxation; prescribing certain criteria and methods to be used in
preparing valuations of property for taxation; providing for
physical inspections of property; providing for reassessment of
property based on mass data or ratio studies; authorizing stud-
ies to determine the appropriate value for the criteria set forth
in section 193.011(8), Florida Statutes, in each county; provid-
ing for an affidavit stating, under oath, that the stamps af-
fixed under section 201.02, Florida Statutes, represent the true
and actual consideration for the transfer, and such other in-
formation deemed necessary by the department of revenue; pro-
viding a method for fixing millage; amending section 194.015,
Florida Statutes, by prescribing membership and duties of the
board of tax adjustment; amending subsection 193.181(6), Flor-
ida Statutes, by providing that the tax assessor may be a party
to tax suits involving the level of the county tax assessment
roll; creating sections 200.031, 200.041, 200.051, and 200.052,
Florida Statutes, to provide that the governing and budget-
making authorities of any county, tax district, or other tax
levying agency shall decrease the millage required of such
county or district in proportion to the increase in the fair
market value of the same assessed property; authorizing a ten
percent (10%) increase in village; providing for further
millage increases in emergencies subject to limitations and re-
view by the department of revenue; providing for verification
of budgets and millage increases; specifying millages to be ex-
cluded from the reductions required by this act; providing an
effective date.

-was taken up and read the second time by title.

MR. GAUTIER IN THE CHAIR

Representative Shaw offered the following amendment:

On page 3, strike all on lines 8 through 19

Mr. Shaw moved the adoption of the amendment.

Pending consideration thereof-

Representative Tillman offered the following substitute
amendment:

On page 3, strike all of Section 2 and renumber subsequent
sections

Mr. Tillman moved the adoption of the substitute amendment,
which failed of adoption: The vote was:













June 17, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 35


Yeas-43

Alvarez
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Chapman
Clark, David
Craig
Culbreath
Earle
Gallen
Gibson

Glisson
Gorman
Hazelton
Hollingsworth
Jones
Kennelly
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
Matthews, H.
Mattox

Miers
Mooney
Moudry
Nergard
Reed
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Shaw
Sims
Smith
Stevens

Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tobiassen
Tucker
Whitson
Williamson
Wilson
Woodward
Yancey

Nays-50

The Chair
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Cherry
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Crane
D'Alemberte
Dixon

Dubbin
Featherstone
Fleece
Forbes
Fulford
Gillespie
Grainger
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Kershaw
MacKay

Martinez
McDonald
Melvin
Murphy
Nichols
Ogden
Powell
Randell
Redman
Renick
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Sackett

Savage
Sessums
Singleton
Spicola
Sweeny
Tittle
Tubbs
Turlington
Walker
Winn
Wolfson

Representatives Firestone and Shreve were recorded as voting
Nay.

The question recurred on the adoption of the amendment.

Pending consideration thereof-

Representative Andrews offered the following substitute
amendment:

On page 3, strike lines 8 through 19 and insert the following:
On any deed or other conveyance upon which the tax imposed
by section 201.02 is paid, the true and actual consideration,
expressed in money value, for such conveyance shall be stated
on such conveyance before it is recorded.

Mr. Andrews moved the adoption of the substitute amend-
ment, which failed of adoption.

The question again recurred on the adoption of the amend-
ment, which was adopted.

Representative Sweeny offered the following amendment:

On page 3, lines 21 and 22, strike "or the department of
revenue or the auditor general"

Mr. Sweeny moved the adoption of the amendment.

Pending consideration thereof-

Representative Shaw offered the following amendment to the
amendment:

On line 22, strike "is hereby authorized" and insert the
following: is hereby directed

Mr. Shaw moved the adoption of the amendment to the
amendment.

Pending consideration thereof-

Representative D'Alemberte offered the following substitute
amendment:

On page 3, lines 21 and 22, strike "or the department of
revenue or the auditor general" and insert the following after
line 27: The auditor general may audit such studies and if






the studies are found to be incorrect by the auditor general
he may conduct such study.

Mr. D'Alemberte moved the adoption of the substitute
amendment.

The question recurred on the adoption of the amendment to
the amendment, which was adopted.

The question recurred on the adoption of the substitute
amendment.

Pending consideration thereof, on motion by Mr. Fulford, the
rules were waived and debate on the substitute amendment
was limited to three minutes per person.

The question again recurred on the adoption of the substi-
tute amendment, which failed of adoption. The vote was:



Yeas-40
The Chair
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Crabtree



D'Alemberte
Dubbin
Featherstone
Firestone
Grainger
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hess
Johnson


Kershaw
MacKay
Melvin
Mooney
Moudry
Nichols
Ogden
Renick
Sackett
Savage


Sessums
Shreve
Singleton
Spicola
Turlington
Tyrrell
Westberry
Whitworth
Winn
Wolfson


Nays-50
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Chapman
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
Dixon
Earle
Elmore
Fortune
Fulford
Gallen


Gibson
Glisson
Gorman
Harllee
Hazelton
Hollingsworth
Jones
Kennelly
Lancaster
Libertore
Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox


McDonald
Mixson
Murphy
Nergard
Powell
i Randell
Redman
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Shaw
Sims
Sweeny


Sykes
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Tucker
Walker
Whitson
Wilson
Woodward
Yancey


The question recurred on the adoption of the amendment,
as amended, which was adopted. The vote was:


Yeas-55
Alvarez
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Chapman
Clark, David
Conway
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
Dixon
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone

Fulford
Gallen
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Harllee
Hollingsworth
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Lancaster
Lane

Libertore
Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Milburn
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nergard
Randell
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Shaw

Sims
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Tillman
Tittle
Tubbs
Tucker
Walker
Whitson
Wilson
Woodward
Yancey


Nays-34

The Chair
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Cherry
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Crabtree

D'Alemberte
Dubbin
Firestone
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Kershaw
MacKay

Nichols
Ogden
Powell
Reeves
Renick
Sackett
Sessums
Shreve
Singleton

Spicola
Tobiassen
Turlington
Tyrrell
Westberry
Whitworth
Wolfson




36 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES June 17, 1971


Mr. Yancey moved that the House reconsider the vote by
which the amendment, as amended, was adopted. On motion
by Mr. Shaw the motion to reconsider was laid on the table.

Recess

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the House recessed at 12 Noon
to reconvene at 1:30 P.M. today.

AFTERNOON SESSION

The House was called to order by Mr. Gautier at 1:30 P.M.

The following Members were recorded present:

The Chair
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Caldwell
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece

Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.

Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Pettigrew
Poole
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Sessums
Shaw
Shreve

Sims
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stevens'
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Williamson
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil


A quorum was present.

Continuation of Consideration of the Special Order

HB 21-C was taken up on second reading, as amended.

Representative Shaw offered the following amendment:

In title, strike "providing for an affidavit stating, under oath,
that the stamps affixed under section 201.02, Florida Statutes,
represent the true and actual consideration for the transfer, and
such other information deemed necessary by the department of
revenue;"

Mr. Shaw moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representatives Conway and Sweeny offered the following
amendment:


On page 4, line 7, after "board," add: or two representatives
of the school board

Mr. Conway moved the adoption of the amendment which
failed of adoption.

Representative Powell offered the following amendment:

In title, line 22, strike "193.181(6)" and insert the following:
194.181(6)






Mr. Powell moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.


Representative Tucker offered the following amendment:

On page 3, line 27, strike the period and insert the following:
and shall be for the confidential use of the tax assessor and the
results of such studies shall not be divulged to others without a
court order requiring such disclosure.

Mr. Tucker moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption.

Representative MacKay offered the following amendment:

On page 12, line 8, insert: Section 7. Municipal Millages-The
millage rollback provisions of section 200.031 and 200.041, Flor-
ida Statutes, shall apply to municipal millages only when such
millages will exceed 5 mills after the increase.

Renumber subsequent section.

Mr. MacKay moved the adoption of the amendment.


Pending consideration thereof-

Representative Tyrrell offered the following amendment to
the amendment:

After the last period insert the following:

Those cities that by their charter, as of this date, restrict
millage below 5 mills shall be exempt, and to those a 3 mill limit
shall apply.

Mr. Tyrrell moved the adoption of the amendment to the
amendment, which was adopted.

The question recurred on the adoption of the amendment,
as amended, which was adopted. The vote was:



Yeas-55

The Chair
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Cherry
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig

Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dubbin
Featherstone
Firestone
Fortune
Fulford
Gillespie
Hartnett
Hector
Johnson
Kennelly
Kershaw

Lane
MacKay
Melvin
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Powell
Randell
Renick
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Sackett
Sessums

Singleton
Spicola
Sweeny
Sykes
Tittle
Trombetta
Turlington
Tyrrell
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Yancey
Zinkil


Nays-30

Burke
Chapman
Clark, David
Dixon
Earle
Gallen
Gibson
Glisson

Gorman
Grainger
Harllee
Hazelton
Hess
Hollingsworth
Jones
Lancaster

Libertore
Matthews, H.
Mattox
Mixson
Moudry
Poole
Rish
Shaw

Sims
Smith
Thomas
Tillman
Whitson
Woodward


Representative Reeves was recorded as voting Nay.

On motion by Mr. Ogden, the rules were waived and HB 21-C,
as amended, was read the third time by title.

The absence of a quorum was suggested, A quorum of 89
Members was present.



June 17, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 37


On passage of HB 21-C, as amended, the vote was:


Yeas-81

The Chair
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Caldwell
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone

Firestone
Fleece
Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gibson
Gillespie
Gorman
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hollingsworth
Johnson
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Libertore
MacKay

Matthews, H.
McDonald
Melvin
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Powell
Randell
Reed
Renick
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Sessums
Shreve
Sims
Singleton

Smith
Spicola
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Trombetta
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Whitworth
Williamson
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Yancey
Zinkil

Nays-20
Blackburn
Burke
Chapman
Culbreath
Glisson

Grainger
Harllee
Hess
Jones
Lane

Martinez
Mattox
Miers
Mixson
Moudry

Reeves
Rish
Shaw
Whitson
Woodward

Representatives Milburn, Redman, and Tubbs were recorded
as voting Yea and Representative Tobiassen was recorded as
voting Nay.

So the bill passed, as amended, and was ordered engrossed.

HB 10-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxation;
amending subsection 167.431(1), Florida Statutes, relating to
the grant of authority to municipalities to levy a municipal tax
upon utility services; providing a requirement for uniform rate
of tax; providing an effective date.

-was taken up and read the second time by title.

Representative Wolfson offered the following amendment:

On page 1, line 19, after the comma insert the following:
fuel oil,

Mr. Wolfson moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption. The vote was:


Yeas-26

Alvarez
Baker
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, Dick
Conway
Crane

Fleece
Gillespie
Kershaw
Murphy
Nease
Ogden
Poole

Renick
Rish
Sackett
Sims
Singleton
Smith
Thomas

Tyrrell
Westberry
Williamson
Winn
Wolfson


Nays-72

The Chair
Andrews
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Crabtree
Craig
Culbreath
Dixon

Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gibson
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
SGrizzle
Harllee

Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Matthews, H.
Mattox

McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mixson
Moudry
Nergard
Nichols
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves




Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Savage
Shaw
Shreve


Spicola
Sweeny
Sykes
Tiilman
Tittle

Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington

Whitworth
Wilson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil


Representative Alvarez changed his vote from Yea to Nay.

On motion by Mr. Powell, the rules were waived and HB 10-C
was read the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:


Yeas-38

The Chair
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Brown
Caldwell
Conway
Crabtree
D'Alemberte
Dubbin

Featherstone
Firestone
Gillespie
Hector
Johnson
Kershaw
MacKay
Nergard
Ogden
Poole

Powell
Robinson, J. W.
Sackett
Savage
Sessums
Shaw
Shreve
Singleton
Smith
Tillman

Tittle
Trombetta
Tubbs
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Zinkil




Nays-55

Alvarez
Birchfield
Blackburn
Burke
Chapman
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
Dixon
Earle
Elmore
Fortune

Gallen
Gibson
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Harllee
Hazelton
Hess
Hollingsworth
Jones
Kennelly
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore

Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Milburn
Mixson
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nichols
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves

Rish
Sims
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tobiassen
Tucker
Westberry
Whitson
Woodward
Yancey


Representatives Forbes, Holloway, and Tyrrell were recorded
as voting Yea and Representatives Cherry and Miers were
recorded as voting Nay.

So the bill failed to pass.

Mr. Dubbin moved that the House recess upon completion of
Introduction and Reference and Messages from the Senate, to
reconvene upon the call of the Speaker, which was agreed to.

Introduction and Reference

By Representatives Redman, Sessums, Martinez, Ryals,
Danahy, Spicola, and Culbreath-

HB 43-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Hillsborough
County; amending subsection (2) of 2 of chapter 71- Laws
of Florida, (House Bill 1928, 1971 session), to provide for and
clarify the annual compensation of the judge of the Hillsborough
County civil court of record; providing an effective date.

Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 43-C.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Community Affairs, consent for its introduction by
the required Constitutional two-thirds vote having been given
earlier.

By Representatives Chapman and Firestone-

HB 52-C--A bill to be entitled An act relating to public of-
ficers and employees; amending 112.12, Florida Statutes, to
authorize the payment of life insurance premiums by govern-
mental agencies for their employees; providing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Appropriations, consent for its introduction by the
required Constitutional two-thirds vote having been given
earlier.







38 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES June 17, 1971


Subsequently, on point of order by Mr. Harris, Chairman of
Appropriations, that HB 52-C does not affect appropriations,
the bill was withdrawn from the Committee on Appropriations
and placed on the Calendar.

By Representative Firestone-

HB 54-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to mobile
homes; providing grounds for which a mobile home park owner
or operator may evict a mobile home owner; providing for
posting of regulations; providing for additional eviction pro-
ceedings in leases; authorizing tenant to raise affirmative de-
fenses; providing that no mobile home park owner or operator
shall require a resident of the park to purchase certain equip-
ment from the park, or charge an additional fee for certain
interior installations and improvements in mobile homes; pro-
viding that mobile home park owners or operators shall disclose
all fees, charges, assessments, rules and regulations to tenants;
providing that undisclosed fees, charges, and assessments shall
not be collectible; providing that mobile home park owners or
operators shall not unreasonably restrict the sale of mobile
homes within the park, require that removal of a mobile home
solely on the basis of such sale, or exact a fee for such sale
unless the park owner or operator acted as agent for the mobile
home owner in the sale pursuant to a written contract; provid-
ing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Cal-
endar.

By the Committee on Finance & Taxation-

HB 55-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to ad valorem
taxation; amending subsection (5) of section 196.012, Florida
Statutes, and amending paragraphs (b) and (c) of subsection
(1), paragraph (a) of subsection (2) and subsection (3) of
section 196.199, Florida Statutes, to define further the exempt
use of governmental property; providing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and placed on the Calen-
dar without reference.

By Representatives Yancey, Libertore, J. R. Clark, Jones,
Mattox, and Grainger-

HCR 56-C-A concurrent resolution recognizing the achieve-
ments of the Moccasins of Florida Southern College.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on General Legislation, consent for its introduction by
the required Constitutional two-thirds vote having been given
earlier.

By Representatives J. W. Robinson, Shreve, Tubbs, and
Powell-

HB 57-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Brevard
County; amending section 2 of chapter 71- Laws of Florida
(House Bill 2130, 1971 regular session); providing that the net
interest cost to the board of county commissioners of Brevard
County shall not exceed eight percent (8%) on the sale of cer-
tificates of indebtedness issued for the acquisition and con-
struction of county-related projects; providing an effective
date.

--was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Cal-
endar.

By Representatives Kennelly, Grainger, and Alvarez--

HB 58-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
repealing paragraphs (a), (b), and (c) of subsection (1) of
232.01, Florida Statutes, to remove the provision that children
between the ages of seven (7) and sixteen (16) are required to
attend school regularly; providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Cal-
endar.

By Representatives Wilson, Savage, Murphy, McDonald, and
A. S. Robinson--

HB 59-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Pinellas
County; amending 2 and 3, the initial paragraph and sub-
sections (a) and (e) of 8, and 19 of chapter 31182, Laws of


Florida, 1955; adding clarifying language both as to purpose
and jurisdiction of the Pinellas County water and navigation
authority; providing procedure for establishment of bulkhead
lines; providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Cal-
endar.

By Representatives Wilson, Savage, Murphy, A. S. Robinson,
and McDonald-

HB 60-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Pinellas
County; providing for the establishment of an aquatic preserve;
providing restrictions upon the sale and use of submerged lands
and waters within the boundaries of the preserve; providing for
administration by the board of trustees of the internal improve-
ment trust fund; preserving riparian rights; preserving the
authority of the Pinellas County water and navigation control
authority; providing severability; providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Cal-
endar.

By Representatives Elmore, Melvin, and Fortune-

HB 61-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the City of
Valparaiso, Okaloosa, County; amending article V section 19,
article IX section 39 and article 11 section 3 of chapter 9101,
Laws of Florida, being the charter of the City of Valparaiso;
providing that the City of Valparaiso may borrow money at a
rate not to exceed nine and one half percent (91/ %) for the
making of civic improvements; providing that the city may issue
special assessment certificates bearing an interest rate not to
exceed four percent (4%) above prevailing bank interest rates;
providing for qualifications for city officers; providing an effec-
tive date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Cal-
endar.

By Representative Firestone-

HB 62-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor ve-
hicle license plate taxes; amending 320.10, Florida Statutes, to
provide an exemption from payment for any local transit system
motor bus; providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Cal-
endar.

By Representatives Melvin, Turlington, and Mixson-

HB 63-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to retirement;
amending 112.362, Florida Statutes, 1970 Supplement, as
created by chapter 70-224, Laws of Florida, relating to the re-
computation of benefits, to include the surviving spouse or
beneficiary of a retiree and to apply the actuarial percentage
used in the option elected by the retiree; providing an appro-
priation; providing an effective date.


-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Cal-
endar.

By Representatives Tucker and Miers-

HB 64-C-A bill to be entitled An act creating a consolidated
charter government for Leon County and the City of Tallahas-
see; providing general and urban services districts; providing
legislative, executive, and judicial branches and providing for
the organization, powers, duties, and functions thereof; pro-
viding the powers of the consolidated government; providing
powers and procedures with respect to budget and financial
matters, including the levy of ad valorem and other taxes, ex-
penditures, investments, debt service, bonds and pledges there-
for; providing for local improvements, election of officers, re-
tirement and pension systems and miscellaneous matters; pro-
viding method of amending this charter; providing for orderly
transition of present governmental functions to the consolidated
government; providing for a special election to ratify this
charter; providing an effective date.

--was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Cal-
endar.



June 17, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 39


By Representative Shreve-

HB 65-C-A bill to be entitled An act authorizing the Florida
Nuclear and Space Council to embark upon a program of main-
taining the Kennedy Space Center and Cape Kennedy Missile
Launch Complex as a focal point in operations of the launch
facilities in the nation's space program; providing an effective
date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Cal-
endar.

Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 17, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives

Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has admitted for introduction and consideration by two-
thirds vote and passed as amended-

By Senator Poston and others-

SB 20-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor
fuels; amending 208.08(3), Florida Statutes, as amended and
transferred by chapter 70-995, Laws of Florida, to 206.45(3),
Florida Statutes, and creating 206.45(4) and 206.605, Florida
Statutes, to require payment of an additional one cent (10)
tax on each gallon of motor fuel sold or brought into the
state by a distributor; designating use for counties and cities
and manner of apportionment and disbursement; amending
206.57 and 206.87, Florida Statutes, to reflect the increase in
tax levy; amending 206.91, Florida Statutes, in connection with
deduction allowed dealer; adding section 206.961, Florida Stat-
utes, granting exemptions to certain dealers; providing an ef-
fective date.

-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.

Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Jr.
Secretary of the Senate

SB 20-C, contained in the above message, was read the first
time by title and referred to the Committee on Finance & Taxa-
tion.


Recess

Pursuant to the motion previously adopted, the House recessed
at 3:01 P.M. to reconvene upon call of the Speaker.

Reconvened

The House was called to order by the Speaker at 3:21 P.M.

A quorum was present.

On point of order by Mr. Harris, Chairman of Appropriations,
that HCR 35-C affects appropriations, the concurrent resolution
was also referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

Reports of Standing Committees

The Committee on Finance & Taxation recommends the fol-
lowing pass:

SB 12-C with amendment HB 10-C
SB 3-C HB 21-C
SCR 4-C

The bills were placed on the Calendar.

Engrossing Reports

June 17, 1971

Your Engrossing Clerk reports amendments to-

HB 21-C

-have been incorporated and the bill herewith returned.

-and the bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.

Adjournment

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the House adjourned at 3:29 P.M.
to reconvene at 10:00 A.M. tomorrow.



THE JOURNAL OF THE FLORIDA

House of Representatives

Proceedings at Tallahassee of the Second Legislature
[under the Constitution as Revised in 1968]
SPECIAL SESSION

FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1971


The House was called to order by the Speaker at 10:00 A.M.
The following Members were recorded present:


Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Caldwell
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece
Forbes

Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.

Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Sackett
Savage
Sessums
Shaw
Shreve

Sims
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Williamson
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil


Excused: Representatives Dick Clark, Culbreath, Harllee,
Hodes, C. Matthews, Poorbaugh, Ryals, and Santora.

A quorum was present.

Prayer

Representative John J. Savage shared with the Members the
following Prayer of St. Francis of Assisi:

Lord, make me an instrument of Thy peace.
Where there is hatred, let me sow love.
Where there is injury, pardon.
Where there is doubt, faith.
Where there is despair, hope.
Where there is darkness, light.
Where there is sadness, joy.
O Divine Master, grant that I may not so much seek to be
consoled as to console; to be understood, as to understand;
to be loved, as to love; for it is in giving that we receive, it
is in pardoning that we are pardoned, and it is in dying
that we are born to Eternal Life.

The Journal

The Journal of June 17 was approved.

Motions Relating to Committee Reference

On motion by Mr. Wolfson, agreed to by two-thirds vote,
HCR 56-C was withdrawn from the Committee on General
Legislation and placed on the Calendar.




Report of the Committee on Rules & Calendar

The following report was read:

The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 18, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives

Sir:

Your Committee on Rules & Calendar herewith submits as
the Special Order Calendar under Rule 8.16 for Friday, June
18, 1971, the consideration of the following bill and such local
bills as have attained Calendar status:

HB 14-C-Education

Your Committee further recommends for introduction the
following measures:

HB 47-C-County Judge of Highlands
HB 48-C-Leon County Judge of juvenile court
HB 57-C-Brevard County
HB 59-C-Pinellas County/water navigation authority
HB 60-C-Pinellas County/aquatic preserve
HB 61-C-City of Valparaiso
HB 64-C-Leon County consolidation
HB 25-C-Reviser's bill
HB 54-C-Mobile homes
HB 62-C-Mobile home license plates

A quorum of the Committee was present in person, and
a majority of those present agreed to the above Report.

Respectfully submitted,
Murray H. Dubbin
Chairman, Committee on
Rules & Calendar

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the above report was adopted.

On motions by Mr. Dubbin, consented to by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote, HB's 47-C, 48-C, 57-C, 59-C,
60-C, 61-C, 64-C, 25-C, 54-C, and 62-C were admitted for later
introduction, the Speaker having ruled that the measures were
not within the purview of the Governor's call.

Recess

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the House recessed at 10:17 A.M.
to reconvene at 12:30 P.M. today.

AFTERNOON SESSION

The House was called to order by the Speaker at 12:30 P.M.

The following Members were recorded present:


40




June 18, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 41


Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Caldwell
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece
Forbes

Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.

Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Sackett
Savage
Sessums
Shaw
Shreve

Sims
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Whitson
Whitworth
Williamson
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

A quorum was present.

Communication from the Governor

Governor Askew advised that he desired to address the Legis-
lature in Joint Session at 1:00 P.M. today.

Introduction of House Concurrent Resolution

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the rules were waived and-

By Representative Dubbin-

HCR 70-C-A concurrent resolution providing that the House
of Representatives and the Senate convene in joint session.

WHEREAS, His Excellency, Governor Reubin O'D. Askew
has expressed a desire to address the Legislature in joint ses-
sion; NOW, THEREFORE,

Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State
of Florida, the Senate concurring:

That the House of Representatives and the Senate convene in
joint session in the chamber of the House of Representatives at
1:00 P.M. this day, June 18, 1971, for the purpose of receiving
the message from the Governor.

-was read the first time by title. On motions by Mr. Dubbin,
the rules were waived and HCR 70-C was read the second time
in full, adopted and immediately certified to the Senate.

Reports of Standing Committees

The Committee on Appropriations recommends a committee
substitute for the following:

HB 14-C (fiscal note attached)

The bill with committee substitute was placed on the Calendar.

Report of the Committee on Rules & Calendar


The following report was read:

The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 18, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives

Sir:
Your Committee on Rules & Calendar recommends that the
first Rules Committee Report filed this date be amended as
follows:
The Special Order Calendar shall consist of:
HB 14-C-Education


Supplemental Appropriations Bill

SB 3-C-Fixed capital expenditure for education
Thereafter, such local bills as have attained Calendar status.

A quorum of the Committee was present in person, and a
majority of those present agreed to the above Report.

Respectfully submitted,
Murray H. Dubbin
Chairman, Committee on
Rules & Calendar

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the above report was adopted.
Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 18, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives

Sir:

I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has adopted-

HCR 70-C
Respectfully,
Elmer O. Friday, Jr.
Secretary of the Senate
The concurrent resolution, contained in the above message,
was ordered enrolled.

Consideration of the Special Order

HB 14-C was taken up, together with:

By the Committee on Appropriations-

CS for HB 14-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to edu-
cation; amending paragraph (9) (a) of section 236.07, Florida
Statutes, as amended by chapter 70-94, Laws of Florida; creat-
ing a new section requiring the auditor general to conduct ratio
studies; requiring certification of ratio study by April 1 in-
stead of May 1; providing for a board of appeals; providing for
delaying the application of the results of the ratio study of as-
sessment levels conducted by the auditor general until the 1972-
73 fiscal year; defining one hundred percent (100%) non-exempt
assessed valuation; removing the requirement that if the one
thousand one hundred dollars ($1,100) annual increase for cur-
rent expenses other than instructional salaries and transporta-
tion is not appropriated in full for a given year the minimum
required local effort for such year revert to the level required
for the year in which current expenses other than instructional
salaries and transportation was last fully funded; amending sec-
tion 236.0725, Florida Statutes, as amended by chapter 70-94,
Laws of Florida, delaying the application of the results of the
ratio study of assessment levels until the 1972-73 fiscal year;
providing that the assessment ratio study shall be conducted
only on the real property tax rolls; providing an effective date.

--which was read the first time by title and HB 14-C was
laid on the table.

On motion by Mr. Ogden, the rules were waived and CS
for HB 14-C was read the second time by title.

Representatives Tubbs, MacKay, Ogden, D'Alemberte, and
Crabtree offered the following amendment:

On page 2, line 16, after the period insert the following:
In addition to these statutory and regulatory standards, the
auditor general shall also use accepted economic measuring in-
dices to establish the percentage of assessed value which is
due to inflation or deflation. This inflation-deflation factor
shall be calculated for each county and shall be incorporated
in any study of real property assessment.

Dr. Tubbs moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.




42 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES June 18, 1971


Representative Gustafson offered the following amendment:

On page 6, strike lines 2 through 4 and insert the following:
subsection (5), allocated to any district for a&t-y year- the
years 1970-1971 through 1973-1974, is less than the amount
of the increase o- ene m-41 of in the required local

Mr. Gustafson moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Harris offered the following amendment:

On page 8, line 27, insert the following:

Section 4. Section 236.03, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:

236.03 Department of education to determine units; state
board to authorize recalculation.-The department of education
shall determine from reports submitted as prescribed by regula-
tions of the state board by superintendents, principals of schools
and presidents of junior colleges the average daily attendance of
students, the instructional personnel employed, the area served
by public school transportation and the number of pupils trans-
ported in grades one (1) through twelve (12), inclusive, in the
public schools of each district in Florida, and also in the kinder-
gartens, and in the junior colleges in districts which meet the re-
quirements of law for instruction for such groups. On the basis
of said reports, the department shall calculate the number of
instruction and transportation units in each district as herein-
after prescribed. The state board shall determine by regulation
the basis for classifying small schools and special classes or
courses for the purpose of computing instruction units. If, for
any reason beyond the control of the school board of any dis-
trict, the ratio between the total average daily attendance and
the total average daily membership of students in the entire
district for the year is below the ratio for the highest two (2)
of the preceding four (4) years in that district, the department
shall, in accordance with regulations prescribed by the state
board, use the average ratio between the average daily atten-
dance and the average daily membership in that district for the
highest two (2) of the preceding four (4) years as the basis for
calculating the total number of instruction units for instruc-
tional personnel for the district. The superintendent in each dis-
trict of the state shall be required to submit to the department,
not later than December 1 of each school year, a report of the
average daily attendance for each school for the first two (2)
months of the current school year. If in any district the average
daily attendance of all pupils in the district for the first two (2)
months of school during the current year, when compared with
the average daily attendance of all pupils in the district during
the first two (2) months of the preceding school year, is greater,
then four per cent in 1965-66, three per cent in 1966-67, two
per cent in 1967-68, one per cent in 1968-69, the department
shall have authorityto authorize an increase in the amount
of state funds allocated for the minimum foundation program
for that district by the percentage of increase which is in ex-
cess of the applicable percentage for that respective year as
shown above, provided that for the fiscal year 1969-70 and each
year thereafter, the percentage by which the state funds are
ineseased for the district shall be increased by the per cent
increase in the average daily attendance of all pupils in that dis-
trict for the first two (2) months of the current school year
compared to the average daily attendance of all pupils in that
district for the first two (2) months of the preceding school
year; provided further that all percentages referred to herein
shall be computed to the nearest one one hundredth per cent
(0.01%), provided, further that state funds provided in section
236.07(7), Florida Statutes, relating to capital outlay and debt
service and the state funds provided in section 236.075, Florida
Statutes, relating to district school sales tax funds shall be in-
creased by the same percentage by which the state funds for the
minimum foundation program are increased for that district
pursuant to this section.

Renumber subsequent section.

Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Harris offered the following amendment:

In title, on page 2, line 5, insert the following after the
semicolon: amending section 236.03, Florida Statutes, by plac-


ing allocation of recalculation funds on the same basis as other
minimum foundation program funds;

Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Whitson offered the following amendment:

On page 2, line 16, after the period insert the following: Prior
to making such determination and certification the auditor
general shall conduct a public hearing thereon, after reasonable
notice to the respective assessors and counties affected, which
shall be afforded an opportunity to hear all evidence and to
offer any evidence relevant to such determination.

Mr. Whitson moved the adoption of the amendment.

Further consideration of CS for HB 14-C was temporarily
deferred.

JOINT SESSION

Arrival of the Senate

Pursuant to HCR 70-C, the Members of the Senate, escorted
by the Secretary and Sergeant at Arms of the Senate, were
seated in the Chamber.

The Joint Session was called to order by the Speaker at
1:00 P.M.

A quorum of the Joint Session was declared present.

The Speaker asked the President of the Senate to preside
over the Joint Session.

THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE IN THE CHAIR

Prayer

Prayer by Representative James L. Redman:

Our dear Heavenly Father we thank Thee for being able
to call upon Thee in prayer. Please give guidance to all of
those in authority and motivate each one of us to live up
to our capabilities. Cool our tempers, soften our voices and
give us patience which endures. We are thankful that You
are watching over us. Amen.

Pledge

The Joint Session pledged allegiance to the Flag, led by
Speaker pro tempore Shaw at the request of President Thomas.

Committee to the Governor

On motion by Mr. Nichols, the President appointed Senators
Fincher, Barron, and Henderson, and the Speaker appointed
Representatives Nichols, Lancaster, and Reed as a joint com-
mittee to notify Governor Askew that the Legislature had as-
sembled to receive his message.

The committee retired and presently returned escorting the
Governor.

Governor's Address

The President presented Governor Askew, who addressed
the Legislature extemporaneously as follows:

Mr. President, Mr. Speaker, Mr. President pro tempore, Mr.
Speaker pro tempore, members of the Legislature, and ladies





June 18, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 43


and gentlemen. First of all I want to thank you for granting
me permission to address this joint session. I recognize that
the request was extraordinary, but I believe that the situation
is extraordinary. I don't come before you offering an address-
but rather an informal review of what I consider a very im-
portant matter. I've had many happy memories in both of the
ends of this hall, and the transition from the second floor to
the first floor for a person who has served and worked among
you in both ends of the hall, I must confess, has been difficult.
I find myself so many times wanting to come up on the floor
and just help you a little. I find the only safe time to come
up is after everybody has gone home. (laughter) You don't
know how hard it is to be able to just listen to a little (public
address sound system) box, but I do appreciate, Mr. President,
that I can now listen to the Senate over that little box.
(laughter) So I want to be honest with you and tell you that
it has, indeed, been a learning process for me. I've been told
by some that I have not pushed you hard enough, but I've
been with you for twelve years, and I can recall the last four
years in which, as a Legislature, we were prodded many times,
and I must confess that even prior to that we were prodded,
and the time to prod and not to prod, if such be the case and
a necessity, is not an easy one. I've been told that maybe I
should have told you exactly what to do, and I should have
told you sooner than now my feelings, but I also know that
that's a two-edged sword, and attempting to assert yourself
prematurely can also have very grave complications. Because,
as I seek to learn my job with your help, I'm going to learn
it, and I'll learn the full power of the executive, but I also
intend during my term always to be mindful that the Legis-
lative Branch is a coordinate branch of the Executive Branch
of our state government. I'm not a king-the people elected
me only as a governor, and so I have some respect for your
authority and your power to decide. How each of us may have
arrived at the situation we now have, I think is immaterial.
The point is that we are in the process of passing a general
appropriations bill in which a major portion of it-that re-
lating to K-12 and junior colleges-is not what I consider to
be the best program which can be achieved by this Legisla-
ture. I, of course, would have preferred my own recommenda-
tions, but in fairness to you, I am mindful that by the courts
striking the ratio studies, it altered my recommendations. I am
also mindful that you passed an early election on the corpor-
ate profits tax. We now know that that money, if it is to
become approved, will not be available to us on any full-year
basis, and my budget was predicated upon some possible antic-
ipation. And, while I think that there are many areas within
the bill in its present posture, which do not go as far as I
think they should go, my biggest concern is in the one area.

The hour is late. You have been in almost continuous ses-
sion since the beginning of April. We are less than two weeks
away from the beginning of a new fiscal year, and still we
have not arrived at what I believe to be an adequate financial
program for Florida.

It became obvious yesterday that there are a good number
of members in each house of the Legislature who really believe
that the present appropriations bill is not adequate in K-12
and junior colleges. I share that feeling. I have asked to come
before you today for two reasons: to share with you that I
am extending this Special Session through next Wednesday
at 5:00 P.M. and that I am presenting to you a program which
is designed to resolve what I think to be a difficult situation.
And I am recommending that we resolve this situation by re-
committing the proposed appropriations bill to the Conference
Committee. This is the easiest and the most economical way
of enacting a better spending program for the coming year.
If it be the decision of this chamber to pass the Conference
Report in its present posture in the Legislature, I feel that in


all candor, I must also share with you that you will be return-
ing to the education portion of the budget later at a greater
expense in time and money.

The present appropriations bill does not properly fund the
public school system for the coming year. And it will cost
the taxpayers far more in the long run if we fall behind now.
Some of you may feel that I should have expressed this to you
yesterday and you may well be right, but yesterday can never
be recalled and we must act only in the time that is within our
prerogative, and that is today. It is my feeling by taking some
$35 million and building it into the program of spending on a
recurring basis without taking any meaningful step toward
equalization will, in the long run, prove very costly, because
we will be enlarging the base without seeking to reach still
a very fundamental problem in our state and that is how best
do we fulfill the constitutional mandate of giving an equal
education to every child in the state. If we build this money
(the $35 million) in now, it will make it even harder next year
to come back next year and address ourselves to it. I think,
however, by rearranging it, adding some money-not a sub-
stantial amount of money but money that I think certainly
is within your grasp to fund-I think that we can do a better
job. I'm not here to point my finger at anybody, and certainly
I must share responsibility with you, but I think that we are
very close to being able to do something far better than it
looks like we may be "fixin" to do. At times, it looked like
we were very close. Who knows why a moment passes and
you're not able to seize upon it.

I'm recommending a partial step-a step to continue on a
program of equalization which we began last year. This pro-
gram includes going to 4.5 mills at $550 per unit, $19.6 million
for capital outlay, $4.9 million for full funding of kindergartens,
and approximately $2 million for junior colleges.

Now, this recommendation should not come as any shock
to anyone, nor any surprise. You've come very, very close at
times to achieving the same. The increase that we're talking
about is only in the neighborhood of approximately $11-$12
million. I think in doing so, also, that the only other area that
I feel so strongly that I would suggest that you consider is
in the area of nursing homes, the area of health and rehabili-
tative services, and I recognize that in some instances, neither
house addressed to it, but certainly within the broad scope of
Medicaid, it can be done between the adjustments of each house.

Both houses of the Legislature have passed enough revenue
measures to finance this recommendation. The Legislature has
held its regular sixty-day Regular Session and today completes
a ten-day Special Session. Hour after hour has been spent in
committee meetings, floor debates and conferences striving to
reach agreements. And as all of those who are privileged to
be in leadership positions within your houses know, I have
spent many long hours with the leadership of both houses
trying to do what I could to bring the two houses together on
a program that they could accept. And time after time we
appeared close to a settlement, but a settlement did not come.
Instead of completing the job and going home today, we find
the differences, for whatever reasons they may be, are still
apparent for settlement of a proper funding of our educational
program.

Time is too short. We now need to put aside our differences
and achieve a meaningful end. I've had the privilege of visiting
almost every part of your state and my state since the begin-
ning of this session of the Legislature and I have bragged on
the accomplishments of this session of the Legislature, and I
haven't done so with the idea to curry your favor or neces-
sarily to do it just for the sake of pleasing anyone. But, it's
a fact. This has been a good Legislature. You've grappled with
and solved some of the most difficult issues that have been




44 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES June 18, 1971


kicking around this Legislature for many, many years, and
I commend you for it. But ladies and gentlemen, I think
we all know what can be achieved. I'm asking that you do it.
It's time for final action. Each of us came here to serve the
people we represent. But most importantly, all of us came
here to serve Florida, its people, and in this instance, its school
children now and for the future. I think we deserve it to
ourselves to revisit this, not to build in $35 more million to
delay any step toward equalization and possibly put off any
possible hope in the near future of achieving any step toward
it, but to revisit that area. Only as responsible leaders can
we do this well, and the time has now come for responsible
leadership. I know how strongly so many of you feel. I don't
question the convictions of a person in this chamber, and I
know how strongly at times one house can feel against another,
because I've been among you and I know. All I say to you
now is-now is the time to achieve it. We're this close. Let's
don't lose it. Let's do it and save a lot of money and time on
your part of coming back to do it when it's this close to being
done now. Thank you.

Following the above address, Governor Askew was escorted
from the Chamber.

On motion by Senator Hollahan, the Joint Session was dis-
solved and the Senators retired to the Senate Chamber.

THE SPEAKER IN THE CHAIR

Recess

The House stood in informal recess at 1:27 P.M.
Reconvened

The House was called to order by the Speaker at 1:45 P.M.
A quorum was present.

Communications from the Governor

The following Proclamation was received:

PROCLAMATION
State of Florida
Office of the Governor
Tallahassee

To the Honorable Members of the Florida Senate and House


of Representatives:

WHEREAS, the Legislature of the State of Florida is now in
Special Session, having been convened pursuant to Proclamation
of the Governor issued and filed with the Secretary of State on
the 4th day of June A. D. 1971, as superseded by Proclamation
of the Governor issued and filed with the Secretary of State on
the 9th day of June A. D. 1971, and

WHEREAS, the Legislature adjourned the Regular Session of
1971 sine die without enacting certain urgently needed legisla-
tion as set forth and described in paragraph two (2) below, and

WHEREAS, it was necessary to amend the Proclamation of
the Governor issued and filed on the 9th day of June A. D. 1971,
by a Proclamation dated and filed the 16th day of June A. D.
1971, in order to permit the Legislature to take up, consider,
and enact such urgently needed legislation, and

WHEREAS, the Legislature has not completed its considera-
tion of such urgently needed legislation, and

WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the citizens of the
State of Florida that the said Special Session of the Legislature


be extended in order to permit full and adequate consideration
of such legislation;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, REUBIN O'D. ASKEW, Governor of
the State of Florida, in obedience to my constitutional duty and
by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by Section 3,
Article III, Constitution of Florida (1968), do hereby proclaim
as follows:

1. That the Legislature of the State of Florida be and it is
hereby convened in Special Session at the Capital, Tallahassee,
Florida, for a period commencing at 11 o'clock a.m., Wednesday,
the 9th day of June A. D. 1971, and ending at 5 o'clock p.m.,
Wednesday, the 23rd day of June A. D. 1971.

2. That the Legislature of the State of Florida is convened for
the sole and exclusive purpose of considering the enactment of
the following:

(a) A General Appropriations Bill,

(b) Such legislation as is necessary to adequately and
properly finance the General Appropriations Bill,

(c) Such other legislation as is incorporated in, im-
plementing of, or otherwise referred to in the General
Appropriations Bill,

(d) Legislation relating to financing of local govern-
ments including the expiration date of millage limita-
tions,

(e) Legislation relating to outdoor advertising, pro-
hibiting the erection of outdoor signs in certain areas,
and amending parts of Chapter 479, Florida Statutes,
in order to comply with the Federal Highway standards
a
(f) Legislation relating to regional transportation au-
thorities,

(g) Legislation relating to dissolution of marriage and
amending provisions in Chapter 61, Florida Statutes,

(h) Legislation relating to the ad valorem tax exemp-
tion of property leased from governmental units by
non-governmental lessees,

(i) Legislation relating to ad valorem taxation, pro-
viding changes in the procedures for determination of
full value assessment and ratio studies relating thereto,

(j) Legislation relating to the reorganization of the
Department of Commerce.

3. That this Proclamation supersedes all the Proclamations of
the Governor issued in connection with this Special Session, to-
wit: Proclamations of the Governor filed with the Secretary of
State on June 4, 1971, June 9, 1971, and June 16, 1971.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused
Great Seal of the State of
Florida to be affixed at the Capitol,
Tallahassee, Florida, this 18th day
of June A. D. 1971.

Reubin O'D. Askew
Governor
ATTEST:
Richard (Dick) Stone
Secretary of State

Continuation of Consideration of the Special Order

CS for HB 14-C was taken up on second reading, as amended,
and pending on motion by Mr. Whitson to adopt an amendment.

Pending consideration thereof, on motion by Mr. Dubbin,
further consideration of CS for HB 14-C was temporarily de-
ferred in order to take up the Conference Committee Report on
SB 13-C and the supplemental appropriation bill, HB 71-C.

Without objection, the House reverted to the order of-





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Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 17, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives

Sir:

I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has accepted the conference committee report as an
entirety on-

By the Committee on Ways and Means -

SB 13-C-A bill to be entitled An act making appropriations;
providing moneys for the annual period beginning July 1, 1971,
and ending June 30, 1972, to pay salaries, other expenses,
capital outlay-buildings and improvements, and for other
specified purposes of the various agencies of state government;
providing an effective date.

-and has adopted Conference Committee amendment (attach-
ed to original bill) and passed SB 13-C as amended by the
Conference Committee amendment.

Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Jr.
Secretary of the Senate

Conference Committee Report on SB 13-C

On motion by Mr. Harris, the House took up the following
Report of the Conference Committee on SB 13-C.

The Honorable Jerry Thomas June 17, 1971
President of the Senate

The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew
Speaker, House of Representatives

Dear Sirs:

Your Conference Committee on the disagreeing votes of the two
Houses on the House amendment to Senate Bill 13-C, same
being:

An act making appropriations; providing moneys for the
annual period beginning July 1, 1971, and ending June 30,
1972, to pay salaries; other expenses, capital outlay-build-
ings and improvements, and for other specified purposes of
the various agencies of state government; providing an
effective date.

having met, and after full and free conference, have agreed
to recommend and do recommend to their respective Houses,
as follows:

1. That the House recede from Amendment Number 1.

2. That the Senate and House of Representatives adopt the
Conference Committee Amendment attached hereto, and
by reference made a part of this report.

Louis de la Parte Marshall S. Harris
John R. Broxson Talbot D'Alemberte
Bill Gunter Edmond M. Fortune
David C. Lane (Dissenting) Joel K. Gustafson (Dissenting)
Dempsey J. Barron Wayne Mixson
Bob Saunders T. Terrell Sessums (Dissenting)
J. H. Williams Ralph D. Turlington

Managers on the Part Managers on the Part
of the Senate of the House of
Representatives

Conference Committee Amendment to SB 13-C:

Strike everything after the enacting clause and insert the
following in lieu thereof:

Section 1. The moneys in the following items are appro-
priated from the named funds for the 1971-72 fiscal year to
the state agency indicated, as the amounts to be used to pay
the salaries and other expenditures of the named agencies, and
are in lieu of all moneys appropriated for these purposes in
other sections of the Florida Statutes, except that if additional
moneys are needed to meet the requirements of a continuing
appropriation of a trust fund and additional moneys are avail-


able in the named trust fund, the department of administration
is authorized to approve the expenditure of additional, available
moneys in such trust fund in such amounts) as may be neces-
sary to meet such deficiency.

Item Amount

ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF
Office of the Secretary
1. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 3 Positions
From General Revenue Fund .................. 36,857
From Administrative Trust Fund ................ 21,997
2. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund .................... 4,500
From Administrative Trust Fund ................. 2,000
3. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ........................ 975
Planning and Budgeting, Division of
4. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 77 Positions
From General Revenue Fund .................... 888,138
From State Planning Trust Fund ................ 34,500
From Administrative Trust Fund ................ 57,661
5. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ................... 20,225
From State Planning Trust Fund ................. 4,500
6. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ................... 160,527
From State Planning Trust Fund ................. 9,000
From Administrative Trust Fund ............... 5,200
7. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund .................... 10,260
From Administrative Trust Fund ................. 1,000
8. Lump Sum-Bureau of Management
Improvement
From General Revenue Fund ................... 110,000
Provided, however, the department of ad-
ministration shall furnish written state-
ments to the affected departments con-
cerning any suggestions or recommenda-
tions to improve management in those
departments, and copies of said statements
shall be furnished to the appropriations
committees.
Personnel and Retirement, Division of
9. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 161 Positions
From Operating Trust Fund .................. 99,092
From State Personnel System Trust Fund 652,821
From Florida Retirement System Trust
Fund ..................................... 518,580
10. Other Personal Services
From State Personnel System Trust Fund 14,810
From Florida Retirement System Trust
Fund ................................... 9,000
11. Expenses
From Operating Trust Fund ................ 39,242
From State Personnel System Trust Fund 342,617
From Florida Retirement System Trust
Fund ..................................... 445,624
12. Operating Capital Outlay
From Operating Trust Fund ....................... 650
From State Personnel System Trust Fund 3,990
From Florida Retirement System Trust
Fund .......................................... 687
13. Pensions and Benefits
From General Revenue Fund
Retirement of State Officers and Em-
ployees (Non-Contributory) (In Lieu of
Section 112.05, F.S.) .................... 1,050,000
Confederate Pensions ........................ 41,400
Special Pensions and Relief Acts ............ 8,419
Retirement of Justices and Judges (Non-
Contributory) (In Lieu of Sections 25.-
131, 38.19 and 123.21, F.S.) ................ 100,000
From Judicial Retirement Trust Fund .......... 350,000
From Florida Retirement System Trust
Fund ..................................... 60,490,000
14. Funeral Expenses
From Florida Retirement System Trust
Fund ......................................... 1,000
15. Judicial Retirement System, State Contribu-
tions to the



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Item Amount
$
From General Revenue Fund
Transfer to Judicial Retirement Trust
Fund ...................................................... 500,000
Transfer to Social Security Contribution
Trust Fund .................................................. 31,000
Administered Funds
From General Revenue Fund
16. Deficiency ...................................................... 400,000
17. Emergency ...................................................... 250,000
18. Deleted
19. Contingent-Relocation Expenses .................................. 75,000
19a. Lump Sum-Postage Increases .................................... 603,789
Provided, however, these funds are to be
distributed to the affected departments
in accordance with the Governor's supple-
mental recommendations of May 25, 1971,
and the department of administration is
further authorized to release $306,414 in
the appropriate trust funds of the affected
departments as contained in the same sup-
plemental recommendation of the Gover-
nor, dated May 25, 1971.
19b. Lump Sum-For Pay Scale Adjustments .......................... 6,213,660
Provided, however, these moneys are to
be administered by the department of ad-
ministration for the purpose of providing
funds for critical job categories through-
out state agencies, taking into prime con-
sideration the relative inability of the
state to compete on a uniform salary
scale as against private industry compe-
tition with regard to the same or similar
job categories. The department of adminis-
tration is further authorized to release
trust funds from the various state agen-
cies to implement pay adjustments author-
ized above. Provided further, such pay
scale adjustments are to be implemented
January 1, 1972.

AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES,
DEPARTMENT OF AND COMMISSIONER OF
AGRICULTURE
Office of the Commissioner and Division of
Administration
20. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 158 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ................................... 457,606
From Administrative Trust Fund ............................... 806,568
21. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund .................................... 7,283
From Administrative Trust Fund ................................ 17,741
22. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ................................... 389,324
From Administrative Trust Fund .............................. 629,683
From Harness Horse Racing Trust Fund .......................... 10,000
23. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ..................................... 9,571
From Administrative Trust Fund ................................ 16,074
24. Grants and Aids
From Administrative Trust Fund ................................ 45,000
From Harness Horse Racing Trust Fund ................... 135,000
25. Lump Sum--Soil Survey and Watershed
Planning
From General Revenue Fund .................................... 50,000
Inspection, Division of
26. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 309 Positions
From General Revenue Fund .................................... 447,631
From General Inspection Trust Fund ........................ 1,696,832
27. Other Personal Services
From General Inspection Trust Fund .......................... 9,370
28. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ................................... 142,052
From General Inspection Trust Fund ........................... 400,006
29. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Inspection Trust Fund ............................ 10,627
Standards, Division of
From General Inspection Trust Fund
30. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 138 Positions ............................................... 1,120,409
31. Other Personal Services ............................................ 5,880


Item Amount
$
32. Expenses ........................................................ 522,662
33. Operating Capital Outlay ....................................... 50,420
Chemistry, Division of
34. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 100 Positions
From General Revenue Fund .................................... 275,984
From General Inspection Trust Fund ............................ 623,253
35. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ....................................... 2,800
From General Inspection Trust Fund ............................... 4,200
36. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ....................................... 51,738
From General Inspection Trust Fund ............................ 112,932
37. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Inspection Trust Fund ............................. 55,022
Dairy Industry, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
38. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 43 Positions ................................................. 413,027
39. Other Personal Services .......................................... 2,450
40. Expenses ........................................................ 145,963
41. Operating Capital Outlay ......................................... 18,245
Marketing, Division of
42. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 181 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ..................................... 121,944
From General Inspection Trust Fund ......................... 1,244,782
43. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ...................................... 14,276
From General Inspection Trust Fund ............................. 45,004
44. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ..................................... 100,972
From General Inspection Trust Fund ............................. 475,573
45. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Inspection Trust Fund .............................. 20,452
Fruit and Vegetable Inspection, Division of
From General Inspection Trust Fund
46. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 588 Positions .............................................. 4,460,407
47. Other Personal Services .......................................... 28,000
48. Expenses ........................................................ 864,964
49. Operating Capital Outlay .......................................... 19,519
Plant Industry, Division of
50. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 223 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ................................... 1,807,378
From Nursery Inspection Trust Fund ............................ 111,247
51. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ....................................... 8,975
From Fire Ant Control Trust Fund ................................ 1,000
52. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ...................................... 600,797
From Nursery Inspection Trust Fund ............................. 146,580
From Fire Ant Control Trust Fund ................................ 76,240
53. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ...................................... 28,080
From Nursery Inspection Trust Fund ............................. 22,300
From Fire Ant Control Trust Fund ................................. 6,000
Animal Industry, Division of
54. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 374 Positions
From General Revenue Fund .................................... 2,366,492
From General Inspection Trust Fund ............................. 834,753
55. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ........................................ 1,900
56. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ...................................... 658,096
From General Inspection Trust Fund ............................. 106,966
57. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ....................................... 36,222
From General Inspection Trust Fund ................................. 304
Consumer Services, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
58. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 12 Positions .................................................. 98,781
59. Other Personal Services ............................................ 2,025
60. Expenses .......................................................... 46,688
61. Operating Capital Outlay ........................................... 8,638




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Item Amount
$
Forestry, Division of
62. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 1,022 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ......................... 4,724,888
From Incidental Trust Fund ........................ 2,285,559
From Neighborhood Youth Corps Trust
Fund ................................................. 29,337
63. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ............................ 78,505
From Incidental Trust Fund ......................... 43,650
From Neighborhood Youth Corps Trust
Fund ................................................ 199,680
64. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ......................... 1,089,532
From Incidental Trust Fund .......................... 517,888
From Neighborhood Youth Corps Trust
Fund ................................................ 15,200
65. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ........................... 753,337
From Incidental Trust Fund ........................ 368,427
66. Debt Service
From Withlacoochee State Forest Trust
Fund ................................................ 165,000
67. Grants and Aids
From Incidental Trust Fund .......................... 160,500
From Withlacoochee State Forest Trust
Fund ................................................. 67,500
68. Capital Outlay Land Acquisition
From Withlacoochee State Forest Trust
Fund ................................................ 138,240
Provided, however, that the charge for
seedlings be not less than seven dollars
($7.00) per thousand.
69. Deleted
70. Deleted
71. Deleted
72. Deleted

AIR AND WATER POLLUTION CONTROL,
DEPARTMENT OF
73. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 163 Positions
From General Revenue Fund .......................... 1,316,503
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund ................. 305,476
74. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund .............................. 6,601
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund .................. 15,000
75. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ........................... 294,068
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund ................. 225,410
76. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ............................. 56,035
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund .................. 70,414

BANKING AND FINANCE, DEPARTMENT OF
AND COMPTROLLER
Office of the Comptroller and Division of
Administration
77. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 63 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ............................ 471,605
From Administrative Trust Fund ...................... 105,086
78. Deleted
79. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ............................ 238,219
80. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ............................. 16,110

Accounting and Auditing, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
81. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 97 Positions ......................................... 707,746
82. Other Personal Services ................................... 6,345
83. Expenses ................................................ 847,426
84. Operating Capital Outlay ................................. 22,907

Banking, Division of
85. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 63 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ............................. 71,833
From Bank and Trust Company Trust
Fund ................................................. 524,323


Item Amount
$
86. Other Personal Services
From Bank and Trust Company Trust
Fund .................................................. 600
87. Expenses
From Bank and Trust Company Trust
Fund .................................................. 178,390
88. Operating Capital Outlay
From Bank and Trust Company Trust
Fund ................................................... 2,400

Finance, Division of
From Regulatory Trust Fund
89. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 80 Positions ......................................... 696,987
90. Other Personal Services ................................ 5,600
91. Expenses ................................................ 246,006
92. Operating Capital Outlay ............................... 10,848

Securities, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
93. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 44 Positions ......................................... 365,017
94. Other Personal Services ................................. 3,325
95. Expenses ................................................ 147,313
96. Operating Capital Outlay ................................ 4,527
97. Deleted
98. Deleted
99. Deleted

BUSINESS REGULATION, DEPARTMENT OF
Office of Executive Director
100. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 35 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ........................... 179,828
From Administrative Trust Fund ..................... 131,719
101. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ............................ 1,440
102. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ............................ 62,566
103. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ............................ 3,381

Beverage, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
104. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 264 Positions .................................... 2,240,756
105. Other Personal Services ................................ 55,183
106. Expenses ............................................... 697,489
107. Operating Capital Outlay .............................. 110,086

Hotels and Restaurants, Division of (a)
From General Revenue Fund
108. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 128 Positions ...................................... 984,268
109. Other Personal Services ................................. 80,530
110. Expenses ............................................... 247,792
111. Operating Capital Outlay ............................... 11,098
112. Grants and Aids-Industry Education ..................... 42,000
(a) Provided, however, that no moneys be
spent in excess of fees collected.

General Regulation, Division of
113. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 11 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ............................ 72,398
From Yacht and Ship Brokers Trust Fund ................ 16,242
114. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ............................. 25,667
From Yacht and Ship Brokers Trust Fund ................. 6,000
115. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ........................... 10,830

Pari-Mutuel Wagering, Division of
116. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 61 Positions
From Operating Trust Fund ........................... 310,594
117. Other Personal Services
From Operating Trust Fund .......................... 782,498
118. Expenses
From Operating Trust Fund .......................... 1,075,494
From Additional Dog/Harness Tax
Trust Fund ........................................... 352,488
119. Operating Capital Outlay
From Operating Trust Fund ............................ 7,000




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Item Amount
$
Florida Land Sales, Division of
From Operating Trust Fund
120. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 25 Positions ............................................. 193,943
121. Other Personal Services ..................................... 9,000
122. Expenses .................................................... 68,982
123. Operating Capital Outlay .................................... 3,337

CITRUS, DEPARTMENT OF
From Citrus Advertising Trust Fund
124. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 208 Positions .......................................... 2,197,065
125. Other Personal Services ................................... 163,200
126. Expenses ................................................. 17,858,875
127. Advertising Rebates ...................................... 270,200
128. Operating Capital Outlay .................................. 70,000

COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF
Offices of the Secretary and Administrative
Services
129. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 355 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ............................... 230,313
From Administrative Trust Fund ......................... 2,095,971
From Special Employment Security
Trust Fund ............................................. 95,450
From Revolving Trust Fund .............................. 148,561
130. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ............................... 1,971
From Administrative Trust Fund ........................... 21,555
From Special Employment Security
Trust Fund ............................................... 15,475
From Revolving Trust Fund ................................ 14,599
131. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ............................... 123,651
From Administrative Trust Fund ......................... 1,451,225
From Special Employment Security
Trust Fund ............................................. 111,436
From Revolving Trust Fund ............................... 611,469
132. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ............................... 2,165
From Administrative Trust Fund .......................... 4,195
From Special Employment Security
Trust Fund .............................................. 570
From Revolving Trust Fund ............................... 570
133. Debt Service
From Revolving Trust Fund ............................... 69,500

Commercial Development, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
134. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 120 Positions ........................................... 962,805
135. Other Personal Services .................................... 25,000
136. Expenses
Paid Advertising (a) ..................................... 475,000
Promotion (b) .......................................... 165,000
General Administrative (c) ............................... 351,000
(a) Money appropriated for paid adver-
tising expenses shall be used only for
definitive, identifiable advertising time
or space for the promotion of Florida,
and such expenses as are directly nec-
essary to the placing of such adver-
tising.
(b) Money appropriated for promotion
shall be used only for goods and serv-
ices directly related to the promotion
of Florida. Such moneys shall not be
spent for paid advertising as defined
in (a) above, nor shall they be spent
for the expenses or services of divi-
sion personnel who are engaged in
promoting Florida or in other activ-
ities of the division.
(c) Money appropriated for general ad-
ministrative expenses shall be spent
for authorized necessary expenses of
the division other than those defined
in (a) and (b) above.
(d) Money appropriated in either (b) or
(c) above, not to exceed a total of
$8,000 from either or both appropri-
ations, may be spent for goods, com-
modities or other items to be given
away directly for promotion of Florida
and/or for the accommodation and
entertainment of industrial, business
and/or tourist attraction prospects for
location in Florida; provided, however,
all such expenditures shall be person-
ally authorized and approved in ad-
vance by the director or assistant di-
rector of the division; provided further,
orange juice may be dispensed at wel-
come stations and printed publications,
letters and pamphlets may be dis-
pensed to the general public.
(e) Money appropriated in the amount of
$25,000 in either (b) or (c) above shall
be used for promotional efforts to ef-
fectuate the designation of Kennedy
Space Center as the operations base
for the space shuttle program.
Item Amount
$
137. Operating Capital Outlay ................................. 15,300
No money appropriated in items 134-137
shall be spent for maintaining an office in
Washington, D. C., or any other location
outside the state of Florida. No money ap-
propriated in items 134-137 is provided for
the operation of welcome stations located
on U. S. highway 90 west of Pensacola, on
U. S. highway 19 north of Monticello, on
U. S. highway 27 north of Havana, or on
U. S. highway 331 north of DeFuniak
Springs. Provided, however, it is the in-
tent of the legislature that all other wel-
come stations which were in operation dur-
ing 1970-71 fiscal year be operated during
the 1971-72 fiscal year.

Labor and Employment Opportunities, Division of
138. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 2,254 Positions (a)
From General Revenue Fund ............................... 155,901
From Employment Security Administration
Trust Fund ........................................... 13,738,550
From Workmen's Compensation Trust
Fund .................................................. 2,833,664
From Special Disability Trust Fund .................... 30,751
From State Approval Trust Fund ........................ 73,420
From WIN Administrative Trust Fund ...................... 834,912
(a) Provided, the salary of 23 judges of
industrial claims included herein is to
be $22,500 per year each, notwith-
standing the provisions of section 440.-
45(3), Florida Statutes. Provided fur-
ther, the two members of the indus-
trial relations commission other than
the chairman shall each be paid a sal-
ary of $7,200 per year in lieu of the
salary provided in sections 440.44(2)
and 443.11(1), Florida Statutes.
139. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ................................. 42,775
From Workmen's Compensation Trust
Fund ...................................................... 284,313
From Special Disability Trust Fund ....................... 1,212
From State Approval Trust Fund ............................ 1,641
From WIN Administrative Trust Fund ........................ 15,949
From Employment Security Administration
Trust Fund ............................................... 192,568
140. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ................................. 78,316
From Workmen's Compensation Trust
Fund ..................................................... 716,662
From Special Disability Trust Fund ....................... 48,790
From State Approval Trust Fund ............................ 22,574
From WIN Administrative Trust Fund ....................... 400,284
From Employment Security Administration
Trust Fund ............................................. 2,524,745
141. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund .................................. 4,165
From Workmen's Compensation Trust
Fund ...................................................... 38,611
From Special Disability Trust Fund ........................ 950
From State Approval Trust Fund .............................. 281





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Item Amount
$
From WIN Administrative Trust Fund .......... 9,575
From Employment Security
Administration Trust Fund .................... 71,313
142. Benefits, Subsistence Allowances, and
Reimbursements
From Special Disability Trust Fund ........... 1,000,000
From Unemployment Compensation
Benefit Trust Fund .......................... 33,900,000
From M.D.T.A. Subsistence Trust Fund .......... 5,142,500
From WIN Benefits Trust Fund .................. 2,805,464

COMMISSIONERS FOR THE PROMOTION OF
UNIFORMITY OF LEGISLATION IN THE
UNITED STATES
From General Revenue Fund
143. Expenses ......................................... 5,700

COMMUNITY AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
Office of the Secretary
From General Revenue Fund
144. Salaries, Retirement and S.S.
Matching of 13 Positions ......................... 146,915
145. Expenses ......................................... 26,879
146. Operating Capital Outlay ........................ 2,120

Commission on Human Relations
From General Revenue Fund
147. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 2 Positions .................................. 22,046
148. Deleted
149. Expenses ........................................ 12,347
150. Operating Capital Outlay ....................... 575

Economic Opportunity, Division of
151. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 27 Positions
From General Revenue Fund .................... 43,364
From Economic Opportunity Trust Fund .......... 201,507
From Neighborhood Youth Corps Trust
Fund ......................................... 35,792
152. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund .................... 700
From Economic Opportunity Trust Fund ......... 91,429
From Neighborhood Youth Corps
Trust Fund ...................................... 300,728
153. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ....................... 16,094
From Economic Opportunity Trust Fund 129,622
From Neighborhood Youth Corps
Trust Fund ..................................... 35,220
154. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ..................... 200
From Economic Opportunity Trust Fund .......... 800

Emergency Government, Division of
155. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 40 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ...................... 121,460
From Personnel and Administration
Trust Fund .................................... 121,458
From Community Shelter Planning Trust
Fund .......................................... 34,550
From Radiological Equipment Facility
Trust Fund .................................... 38,863
156. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund .................... 1,450
From Personnel and Administration
Trust Fund ................................... 1,450
157. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund .................... 37,984
From Personnel and Administration
Trust Fund ................................... 35,484
From U.S. Contributions Trust Fund ........... 2,500
From Community Shelter Planning
Trust Fund ................................... 9,216
From Radiological Equipment Facility
Trust Fund ................................... 11,077
158. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund .................... 700
From Personnel and Administration
Trust Fund ................................... 100
From U.S. Contributions Trust Fund ........... 600
159. Grants and Aids
From Personnel and Administration
Trust Fund ................................... 560,000


Item Amount
$
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
160. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 57 Positions .................................. 411,555
161. Expenses ......................................... 42,556
162. Operating Capital Outlay ......................... 2,750

Technical Assistance, Division of
163. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 31 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ..................... 179,148
From Revolving Trust Fund ..................... 158,213
164. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ..................... 45,889
From Revolving Trust Fund ..................... 32,830
164a. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund .................... 5,952
165. Special Categories
From Revolving Trust Fund-Local
Assistance .................................... 142,236

Housing, Division of
166. Deleted
167. Deleted
168. Deleted
169. Deleted

Training and Professional Development, Division of
Fire College, Bureau of
From General Revenue Fund
170. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 13 Positions ................................. 123,954
171. Other Personal Services ......................... 600
172. Expenses ........................................ 51,326
173. Operating Capital Outlay ........................ 6,606

Fire Fighters Standards, Bureau of
From General Revenue Fund
174. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 2 Positions .................................. 22,443
174a.Other Personal Services ......................... 2,500
175. Expenses ........................................ 11,180
176. Operating Capital Outlay ........................ 220

Police Standards, Bureau of
From General Revenue Fund
177. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 7 Positions ................................... 77,056
178. Other Personal Services .......................... 1,500
179. Expenses ......................................... 44,062
180. Deleted

Migrant Labor, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
181. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 3 Positions ................................... 31,644
182. Expenses ......................................... 12,218
183. Deleted

EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF
(In lieu of Sections 236.074,
236.075, and 236.0725, F.S.)
Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind
184. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 447 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ...................... 2,903,518
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund ........... 261,081
185. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ....................... 19,092
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund 19,208
186. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ...................... 290,016
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund ............ 36,000
187. Food Products
From General Revenue Fund ....................... 157,688
188. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ...................... 124,938
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund ........... 12,618
189. Grants and Aids
From General Revenue Fund ...................... 27,000

Commissioner and State Board Staff
190. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 137 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ....................... 996,295





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Item Amount
$
From County Capital Outlay and Debt
Service School Trust Fund-Administra-
tive ............................................... 20,413
From Institutions of Higher Education
Bond Program Capital Outlay and Debt
Service Trust Fund-Administrative .................. 19,906
From Educational Aids Trust Fund .................. 254,313
From Manpower Development Training
Trust Fund ....................................... 10,673
191. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ...................... 12,308
From County Capital Outlay and Debt
Service School Trust Fund-Administra-
tive .............................................. 16,400
From Institutions of Higher Education
Bond Program Capital Outlay and Debt
Service Trust Fund-Administrative.................. 15,000
From Educational Aids Trust Fund .................. 39,866
192. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ......................... 526,136
From County Capital Outlay and Debt
Service School Trust Fund-Administra-
tive ............................................... 35,891
From Institutions of Higher Education
Bond Program Capital Outlay and Debt
Service Trust Fund-Administrative ................ 19,013
From Educational Aids Trust Fund 420,274
From Manpower Development Training
Trust Fund ......................................... 1,341
193. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ......................... 13,881
From County Capital Outlay and Debt
Service School Trust Fund-Administra-
tive ............................................... 255
From Institutions of Higher Education
Bond Program Capital Outlay and Debt
Service Trust Fund- Administ rativee ............... 1,800
From Educational Aids Trust Fund .................. 1,017
194. Debt Service
From Institutions of Higher Education
Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust
Fund-Bond Account .............................. 16,190,205
195. Pensions
From General Revenue Fund .................... 34,200
196. Deleted
197. Deleted

Elementary and Secondary Education, Division of
198. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
349 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ...................... 1,947,029
From Education Certification Trust Fund 115,520
From Student Financial Aid Trust Fund 41,486
From County Capital Outlay and Debt
Service School Trust Fund--Administrative 381,437
From Educational Aids Trust Fund ---- 1,232,622
From Professional Practices Council Trust
Fund .......................................... 68,108
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund .......... 14,387
From Speech Pathology and Audiology
Trust Fund .................................... 2,162
From Food and Nutrition Services Trust
Fund .......................................... 40,731
199. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund .......------- 85,017
From Education Certification Trust Fund 12,785
From County Capital Outlay and Debt
Service School Trust Fund-Administrative 5,618
From Educational Aids Trust Fund 108,505
From Professional Practices Council Trust
Fund ------------------- 16,825
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund 15,299
From Speech Pathology and Audiology
Trust Fund ................................... 4,000
From Food and Nutrition Services Trust
Fund ......................................... 9,000
From Student Financial Aid Trust Fund ....... 4,984
200. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ..................... 1,003,960
From Education Certification Trust Fund 138,669
From Student Financial Aid Trust Fund .......... 16,753
From County Capital Outlay and Debt
Service School Trust Fund-Administrative 165,880


Item Amount
$
From Educational Aids Trust Fund ............... 2,102,504
From Professional Practices Council Trust
Fund ............................................ 44,980
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund ............ 10,320
From Speech Pathology and Audiology
Trust Fund ...................................... 4,754
From Food and Nutrition Services Trust
Fund ............................................ 36,098
201. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ........................ 730,078
From Education Certification Trust Fund ........... 4,972
From County Capital Outlay and Debt
Service School Trust Fund-Administrative ......... 6,575
From Educational Aids Trust Fund ................. 1,045,730
From Professional Practices Council Trust
Fund ............................................ 2,205
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund ............ 593
From Student Financial Aid Trust Fund ........... 855
Monies heretofore or hereafter appropriated
to the department of education may properly
be expended for the purpose of purchasing
equipment for educational television broad-
casting stations located in Florida, whether
such stations are licensed to governmental
agencies or to private non-profit domestic
corporations.
202. Grants and Aids
From General Revenue Fund
Minimum Foundation Program K-12 (a) 612,074,251
County School Sales Tax .................... 34,205,500
County Capital Outlay and Debt
Service Recalculation ...................... 440,000
Educational Research and Development
Program (b) ................................ 1,350,000
State Textbook Program
Purchase of Textbooks ....................... 8,962,590
Exceptional Child Summer Institutes ......... 40,000
Driver Education ............................ 2,100,000
Educational Leadership Training Act ......... 50,000
General Scholarships ........................ 930,000
Nursing Scholarships ........................ 176,000
Seminole Indian Scholarships ................ 4,800
Children of Deceased Veterans ............... 11,000
Exceptional Child Scholarships .............. 213,750
Board of Regents Scholarships ............... 600,000
Quinmester Program .......................... 382,625
Community School Program .................... 150,000
(a) From the appropriation for educa-
tional improvement funds the
amount of $2,750,000 is designated
for the school lunch program to be
allocated by commissioner of educa-
tion to respective school districts
pro rata according to the number of
type "A" lunches (a type "A" lunch
meaning a lunch that meets the nu-
trition requirements as specified in
the National School Lunch Act) dis-
tributed to economically needy chil-
dren ("economically needy children"
meaning children who in accordance
with the requirements of the Nation-
al School Lunch Act are determined
to be eligible for a free or a reduced
price lunch because they are unable
to pay a portion of the price of or
the full price of the lunch). No
school district shall be eligible to
receive educational improvement ex-
pense funds under section 236.07(6),
F.S., until it has produced evidence
satisfactory to the commissioner of
education that the district has imple-
mented a school lunch program pro-
viding free or reduced price lunches
to economically needy children.
It is the intent of the legislature
that each school district shall train
and employ occupational specialists
and that from the appropriation for
educational improvement expense
funds allocated to each district an



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Item Amount
$
amount sufficient for the training
and employment of occupational
specialists at a ratio of one occupa-
tional specialist for each forty voca-
tional education instruction units
shall be used for this purpose; pro-
vided, however, that if the amount
required for occupational specialists
is greater than the net amount of
educational improvement expense
funds received by the district after
replacement of local funds lost be-
cause of required millage rollback or
if funds from a source other than
the educational improvement ex-
pense allocation are used for occupa-
tional specialists a school district
shall not be required to train and
employ occupational specialists from
the educational improvement ex-
pense fund allocation.
(b) (1) The amount of $37,750 is al-
located to the University of
West Florida for their use in
conducting a feasibility study
for an Educational Research
and Development Center.
(2) Be it provided that no moneys
herein provided for the depart-
ment of education research and
development program shall be
expended either directly or in-
directly for any project or con-
tract where a member of the
board of governors or the ad-
visory council receives any fi-
ancial remuneration as a result
of said expenditures.
From Trust Funds
County Capital Outlay and Debt
Service School Trust Fund ......................... 26,481,594
Educational Aid Trust Fund-Aid
to Counties ....................................... 40,647,147
Student Financial Aid Trust Fund-
Loans ............................................. 900,000
Grants and Donations Trust Fund ................... 5,000
Ex-Confederate Soldiers and Sailors
Endowment Trust Fund-Scholarships ................. 4,000
Teachers of Mentally Retarded-
Scholarships ...................................... 167,869
Food and Nutrition Services
Trust Fund ........................................ 24,388,308

The monies provided in item 202 for
minimum foundation program K-12 con-
tains an amount sufficient to provide a
unit value of two thousand six hundred
sixty-five dollars ($2,665) for current
expense other than instructional salaries
and transportation for 1971-72 and this
amount is in lieu of the three thousand
two hundred fifty dollars ($3,250) con-
tained in Section 236.07(5)(a), Florida
Statutes, as amended by Chapter 70-94,
Laws of Florida; provided, further, that
the district required effort for participa-
tion in the minimum foundation program
K-12 shall remain at four (4) mills for
1971-72 in lieu of the five mill require-
ment in Section 236.07(9) (a), Florida
Statutes, as amended by Chapter 70-94,
Laws of Florida.

The department of education shall ap-
prove kindergarten units for 1971-72 on
the basis of one (1) such unit for each
forty (40) pupils or a fractional part of
a unit for less than forty (40) pupils in
average daily attendance in kinder-
gartens in a district in lieu of the pro-


Item Amount
$
visions of Section 236.04(3), Florida
Statutes.
For each vocational education unit ap-
proved to provide instructional services
in the area of useful home economics in
a district, one half (1/) an instruction
unit earned on the basis of average daily
attendance as provided in Sections 236.-
04(1) and (2), Florida Statutes, shall be
subtracted from the total of such units
computed for that district and incorpo-
rated in that district's minimum founda-
tion program for 1971-72.
The monies appropriated in item 202
do not include funds for occupational
specialist authorized in House Bill 917
enacted by the 1971 legislature.
Recalculation funds as provided by sec-
tions 236.03 and 236.031, Florida Stat-
utes, shall be calculated only on pro-
grams where the basic allocation has
been determined on prior year attendance
and the units including special units re-
sulting therefrom.
203. Transfer to Trust Fund
From General Revenue Fund
Student Financial Aid ............................... 1,000,000
$500,000 contingent upon enactment of
House Bill 18-C or similar legislation
becoming law for purpose of implement-
ing new scholarship loan program for
limited income students.

Vocational Education, Division of
204. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
202 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ............................ 152,021
From Educational Aids Trust Fund ..................... 1,986,075
From Manpower Development Training
Trust Fund ........................................... 152,031
205. Other Personal Services
From Educational Aids Trust Fund ..................... 39,535
From Manpower Development Training
Trust Fund ........................................... 1,200
206. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ............................ 60,143
From Educational Aids Trust Fund .................... 1,049,329
From Manpower Development Training
Trust Fund ........................................... 128,774
207. Operating Capital Outlay
From Educational Aids Trust Fund ..................... 15,726
From Manpower Development Training
Trust Fund .......................................... 1,259
208. Grants and Aids
From General Revenue Fund ............................ 35,000
From Educational Aids Trust Fund ..................... 10,048,283
From Manpower Development Training
Trust Fund ........................................... 3,138,218
209. Transfers to Trust Fund
From General Revenue Fund
Mannower Development Training Trust
Fund ............................................... 332,000

Community Colleges, Division of
210. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
24 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ............................ 259,590
From Capital Outlay and Debt Service
School Trust Fund-Administrative ..................... 7,892
211. Other Personal .Services
From General Revenue Fund ............................ 2,850
212. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ............................ 83,991
From Junior College Conference Trust
Fund ................................................. 2,500
From Capital Outlay and Debt Service
School Trust Fund-Administrative ..................... 74
213. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ............................ 5,350
From Junior College Conference Trust
Fund ................................................. 1,248



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Item Amount
214. Aid to Counties
From General Revenue Fund
Minimum Foundation Program ............................... 85,103,645
County School Sales Tax .................................. 4,908,000
From County Capital Outlay and Debt
Service School Trust Fund .................................. 3,825,420
The monies appropriated in item 214 are in
lieu of subsection (2) of Section 320.765, F. S.,
as amended by chapter 70-116.
The monies appropriated in item 214 provide
a 3% factor for staff and program develop-
ment in lieu of amounts provided in section
230.767(2)(d), F. S.

Universities, Division of-General Office
215. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
96 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ................................. 1,151,051
From Extension Incidental Trust Fund ...................... 20,963
From Educational Survey Trust Fund ........................ 108,798
216. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ................................. 76,500
From Extension Incidental Trust Fund ...................... 3,431
From Educational Survey Trust Fund ........................ 16,078
217. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ................................. 280,059
From Westcott Trust Fund .................................. 100
From Educational Survey Trust Fund ........................ 105,599
218. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ................................. 22,915
219. Grants and Aids
From General Revenue Fund
First Accredited Medical School (a) ..................... 2,795,000
Regional Education ...................................... 749,200
Southern Regional Council on Mental
Health .................................................. 8,000
Institute on Higher Education Oppor-
tunities ................................................ 20,000
From Racing Scholarship Trust Fund ........................ 575,000
From Extension Incidental Trust Fund ...................... 300,000
From Student Financial Aid Trust Fund ..................... 950,000
(a) Notwithstanding the provisions of
section 242.62(1), F. S., as amended, the
state shall pay the first accredited and
approved medical school established in
the state the sum of six thousand five
hundred dollars ($6,500) per year for
each student admitted and enrolled in
such institution. For the 1971-72 fiscal
year the number of students authorized
for such support shall not exceed four
hundred and thirty (430).
220. Lump Sum
From General Revenue Fund
Payment to State Fire Fund .............................. 10,000
Lump sum to the board of regents for
development and implementation of a
program or programs to identify and
meet the state's veterinary and health
care needs. Such programs include, but
are not limited to, additional scholar-
ships, grants, interstate agreements, in-
centive programs, reduction of length of
professional programs, professional ad-
mission practices, student or grad-
uate support programs, and such other
programs as may reduce costs. A report
setting forth and evaluating all such
programs shall be made to the governor
and legislature by January 1, 1972 ...................... 50,000
To fund the development of a program
for the coordination and assistance of
community hospital education pro-
grams ................................................... 25,000
For allocation by the Board of Regents to
the following institutions for the Educational
and General Activities. University of Florida,
Florida State University, Florida A&M Uni-
versity, University of South Florida (includ-.
ing the USF-St. Petersburg campus and the
SUS-Extension Library), Florida Atlantic
University, University of West Florida, and
Florida Technological University.


Item Amount
$
221. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
10,434 Positions
From General Revenue Fund .................................. 97,727,408
From Incidental Trust Fund ................................. 23,811,000
From Extension Incidental Trust Fund ....................... 469,184
From Science Development Trust Fund
(FSU) ...................................................... 525,958
222. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund .................................. 8,979,817
From Incidental Trust Fund ................................. 4,000,000
From Extension Incidental Trust Fund ....................... 276,600
From Science Development Trust Fund
(FSU) ...................................................... 300,000
223. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund .................................. 8,184,572
From Incidental Trust Fund ................................. 12,017,905
From Extension Incidental Trust Fund ....................... 368,156
From Science Development Trust Fund
(FSU) ...................................................... 200,000
224. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund .................................. 2,857,439
From Incidental Trust Fund ................................. 6,549,729
From Extension Incidental Trust Fund ....................... 47,000
From Science Development Trust Fund
(FSU) ...................................................... 59,000
The Board of Regents shall allocate sala-
ries to provide comparable pay for com-
parable responsibilities performed by indi-
viduals of equal training, experience and
rank. Both faculty salary increase money
and salary dollars for new faculty positions
shall be used for this purpose provided
that no university shall receive a faculty
salary increase less than one third of the
rate of increase allocated to the state uni-
versity system. In addition, faculty posi-
tions shall be allocated by level and disci-
pline on the basis of uniform productivity
factors with the exception that no univer-
sity shall lose more than 11/ % of its facul-
ty positions authorized on June 30, 1971.
224a. Lump Sum-School of Business, Florida Agri-
cultural and Mechanical University
From General Revenue Fund ................................... 150,000
Provided, however, that the above amount
shall be used for additions to the business
school for faculty, staff, expenses, operat-
ing capital outlay and library acquisitions.

University of Florida
Auxiliary Enterprises
225. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 1,225 Positions
From Auxiliary Trust Fund ................................... 3,837,093
From Working Capital Trust Fund ............................. 2,224,791
From Housing System Trust Fund .............................. 2,128,106
226. Other Personal Services
From Auxiliary Trust Fund ................................... 472,681
From Working Capital Trust Fund ............................. 100,000
From Housing System Trust Fund .............................. 225,000
227. Expenses
From Auxiliary Trust Fund ................................... 4,391,698
From Working Capital Trust Fund ............................. 2,200,000
From Housing System Trust Fund .............................. 1,320,000
From Revenue Certificates, Repair and
Replacement Trust Funds
1948 Issue ................................................. 7,500
1954 Issue ................................................. 7,500
1955 Issue ................................................. 5,000
1959 Issue ................................................. 5,000
Laboratory School Issue .................................... 2,000
1962 Issue ................................................. 2,000
228. Operating Capital Outlay
From Auxiliary Trust Fund .................................... 727,800
From Working Capital Trust Fund .............................. 100,000
From Housing System Trust Fund ............................... 100,000
229. Debt Service
From Revenue Certificate I&S Trust
Funds
1948 Issue .................................................. 213,500
1954 Issue .................................................. 45,600
1955 Issue .................................................. 28,200
Laboratory School Issue ..................................... 27,000




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Item Amount
$
1959 Issue ........................................... 576,500
1962 Issue ........................................... 19,600
1964 Issue ........................................... 83,200

Contracts and Grants
230. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
From Contracts and Grants Trust Fund
Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences .................................... 1,950,000
University and Health Center-Non-
sponsored Projects .......................... 994,000
University and Health Center-Spon-
sored Projects .............................. 7,416,000
From Health Center Family Planning
Trust Fund .................................... 112,000
231. Other Personal Services
From Contracts and Grants Trust Fund
University and Health Center-Non-
Sponsored Projects .......................... 615,000
Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences .................................... 500,000
From Health Center Family Planning
Trust Fund .................................... 5,000
232. Expenses
From Contracts and Grants Trust Fund
University and Health Center-Non-
sponsored Projects .......................... 453,000
Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences .................................... 950,000
From Health Center Family Planning
Trust Fund ................................. 1,367,200
233. Operating Capital Outlay
From Contracts and Grants Trust Fund
University and Health Center-Non-
sponsored Projects .......................... 250,000
Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences .................................... 600,000
From Health Center Family Planning
Trust Fund .................................... 1,500

Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
234. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 1,789 Positions
From General Revenue Fund .......................... 15,133,223
From Incidental Trust Funds
Experiment Station ................................... 130,850
Extension Service .................................... 4,732
From Federal Grant Funds
Experiment Station ................................... 835,922
Extension Service .................................... 1,142,601
235. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund .......................... 773,023
From Incidental Trust Funds
Experiment Station ................................... 103,610
Extension Service .................................... 10,400
From Federal Grant Funds
Experiment Station ................................... 61,490
Extension Service .................................... 14,000
236. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund .......................... 2,267,930
From Incidental Trust Funds
Experiment Station ................................... 718,575
Extension Service .................................... 102,200
From Federal Grant Funds
Experiment Station ................................... 95,000
Extension Service .................................... 165,000
237. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund .......................... 646,781
From Incidental Trust Funds
Experiment Station ................................... 144,337
Extension Service .................................... 13,000
From Federal Grant Funds
Experiment Station ................................... 99,356
Extension Service .................................... 14,000
Health Center
238. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 1,818 Positions
From General Revenue Fund .......................... 10,175,106
From Operations and Maintenance
Trust Fund ........................................... 5,244,055
239. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund .......................... 666,670


Item Amount
$
From Operations and Maintenance
Trust Fund ......................................... 1,060,000
240. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ......................... 2,633,948
From Operations and Maintenance
Trust Fund ......................................... 3,408,103
241. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ......................... 590,026
From Operations and Maintenance
Trust Fund ......................................... 594,850
Appropriate funds from the above appro-
priations shall be used to continue a de-
partment of community health and family
medicine within the overall programs of
the health center.
Graduate Engineering Education System
(GENESYS)
242. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 26 Positions
From General Revenue Fund .............................. 380,125
From Incidental Trust Fund .............................. 64,392
243. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ............................... 922
From Incidental Trust Fund .............................. 15,252
244. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ............................. 69,998
From Incidental Trust Fund ............................. 114,756
245. Operating Capital Outlay
From Incidental Trust Fund ........................... 69,600
Engineering Industrial Experiment Station
245a. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 410 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ............................. 400,000
From EIES Research Contracts Trust
Fund ................................................... 2,367,006
245b. Other Personal Services
From EIES Research Contracts Trust
Fund ................................................... 1,157,916
245c. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ............................. 75,000
From EIES Research Contracts Trust
Fund ................................................... 611,289
245d. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ............................. 25,000
From EIES Research Contracts Trust
Fund ................................................... 372,000
Florida State University
Auxiliary Enterprises
246. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 766 Positions
From Auxiliary Trust Fund .............................. 3,687,889
From Working Capital Trust Fund ....................... 1,426,350
247. Other Personal Services
From Auxiliary Trust Fund .............................. 643,326
From Working Capital Trust Fund ........................ 115,000
248. Expenses
From Auxiliary Trust Fund ............................. 4,303,909
From Working Capital Trust Fund ........................ 675,000
249. Operating Capital Outlay
From Auxiliary Trust Fund .............................. 683,252
From Working Capital Trust Fund ....................... 64,200
250. Debt Service
From Revenue Certificates I&S Trust
Fund
Senior Hall ............................................ 10,160
Bryan Hall ............................................. 6,570
Series 1950 ............................................ 220,449
Demonstration School ................................... 38,755
Series 1954 ............................................ 13,541
Series 1956 ............................................ 6,280
Series 1957 ............................................ 92,026
Series 1959 ............................................ 85,740
Series 1961 ............................................ 71,000
From Revenue Certificates Revenue Trust
Fund
Series 1963 Dormitory .................................. 81,600
Series 1963 Apartment .................................. 177,000
Series 1964 Hospital ................................... 23,300
Contracts and Grants
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund
251. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching ............ 4,300,000





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Item Amount
$
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
Auxiliary Enterprises
252. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 207 Positions
From Auxiliary Trust Fund .................................. 806,867
From Revenue Certificates O&M Trust
Hospital .................................................... 72,279
1951 Issue .................................................. 110,995
From Revenue Certificates Revenue Trust
Fund
1963 Apartment .............................................. 20,504
1964 Issue .................................................. 96,253
253. Other Personal Services
From Auxiliary Trust Fund ................................... 95,946
From Revenue Certificates O&M Trust
Fund
Hospital .................................................... 9,578
1952 Issue .................................................. 16,766
From Revenue Certificates Revenue Trust
Fund
1963 Apartment .............................................. 1,070
1964 Issue .................................................. 20,454
254. Expenses
From Auxiliary Trust Fund ................................... 965,144
From Revenue Certificates O&M Trust
Fund
Hospital .................................................... 92,041
1952 Issue .................................................. 80,543
From Revenue Certificates Revenue Trust
Fund
1963 Apartment .............................................. 15,702
1964 Issue .................................................. 52,752
From Revenue Certificates Repair and Re-
placement Trust Fund
1952 Issue .................................................. 12,000
255. Operating Capital Outlay
From Auxiliary Trust Fund --------- -39,920
From Revenue Certificates O&M Trust
Fund
Hospital .................................................... 1,961
1952 Issue .................................................. 13,238
From Revenue Certificates Revenue Trust
Fund
1963 Apartment .............................................. 3,052
1964 Issue .................................................. 8,390
1970 Issue .................................................. 3,342
256. Debt Service
From Revenue Certificates I&S Trust Fund
1952 Issue .................................................. 34,339
1963 Issue .................................................. 22,032
1964 Issue .................................................. 40,963
Hospital Issue .............................................. 23,490
Contracts and Grants
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund
257. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching ................. 770,973
258. Other Personal Services ................................ 421,050
259. Expenses ............................................... 113,400
260. Operating Capital Outlay ............................... 211,050
261. Grants and Aids ........................................ 441,000
University of South Florida
Auxiliary Enterprises
262. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 360 Positions
From Auxiliary Trust Fund ................................... 1,673,048
From Working Capital Trust Fund ............................. 753,609
263. Other Personal Services
From Auxiliary Trust Fund ................................... 211,808
From Working Capital Trust Fund ............................. 30,000
264. Expenses
From Auxiliary Trust Fund ................................... 2,972,971
From Working Capital Trust Fund ............................. 418,000
From Dormitory Revenue Certificates
Trust Fund
1961 Issue .................................................. 47,500
1962 Issue .................................................. 70,000
1965 Issue .................................................. 87,085
From Dormllitory Revenue Certificates
O&M Trust Fund
1959 Issue .................................................. 42,250
1960 Issue .................................................. 44,350


Item Amount
$
265. Operating Capital Outlay
From Auxiliary Trust Fund ................................... 184,000
From Working Capital Trust Fund ............................. 50,000
From Dormitory Revenue Certificates
Trust Fund
1961 Issue .................................................. 3,000
1962 Issue .................................................. 3,000
1965 Issue .................................................. 3,000
From Dormitory Revenue Certificates
O&M Trust Fund
1959 Issue .................................................. 3,000
1960 Issue .................................................. 3,000
266. Debt Service
From Dormitory Revenue Certificates
I&S Trust Fund
1959 Issue .................................................. 53,450
1960 Issue .................................................. 65,740
1961 Issue .................................................. 111,384
1962 Issue .................................................. 101,095
1965 Issue .................................................. 143,600
Contracts and Grants
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund
267. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching ................. 2,095,000
268. Other Personal Services ................................ 1,962,000
269. Expenses ............................................... 2,130,000
270. Operating Capital Outlay ............................... 1,000,000
Medical Center
From General Revenue Fund
271. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 115 Positions ............................................ 1,667,739
272. Other Personal Services ................................ 64,500
273. Expenses ............................................... 171,900
274. Operating Capital Outlay ............................... 529,700
Florida Atlantic University
Auxiliary Enterprises
275. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 70 Positions
From Auxiliary Trust Fund ................................... 434,962
276. Other Personal Services
From Auxiliary Trust Fund ................................... 103,027
277. Expenses
From Auxiliary Trust Fund ................................... 1,163,156
278. Operating Capital Outlay
From Auxiliary Trust Fund ................................... 32,333
279. Debt Service
From Revenue Certificates Revenue
Trust Fund
1964 Issue .................................................. 46,130
1966A Issue ................................................. 52,600
1966B Issue ................................................. 46,250
Contracts and Grants
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund
280. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching ................. 500,000
281. Other Personal Services ................................ 425,000
282. Expenses ............................................... 216,150
283. Operating Capital Outlay ............................... 173,000
284. Grants and Aids ........................................ 300,000
Dade County Continuing Education Center
285. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 54 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ................................... 276,523
From Incidental Trust Fund .................................. 506,500
286. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ................................... 22,988
From Incidental Trust Fund .................................. 5,000
287. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ................................... 80,000
From Incidental Trust Fund .................................. 10,000
288. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ................................... 5,000
From Incidental Trust Fund .................................. 15,000
University of West Florida
Auxiliary Enterprises
289. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 34 Positions
From Auxiliary Trust Fund ................................... 107,247
From Dormitory Revenue Certificates
Revenue Trust Fund
1966 Issue .................................................. 62,224
1970 Issue .................................................. 37,618



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Item Amount
$
290. Other Personal Services
From Auxiliary Trust Fund .............................. 15,600
From Dormitory Revenue Certificates
Revenue Trust Fund
1966 Issue ............................................. 15,600
1970 Issue ............................................. 7,240
291. Expenses
From Auxiliary Trust Fund .............................. 567,996
From Dormitory Revenue Certificates
Revenue Trust Fund
1966 Issue ............................................. 74,318
1970 Issue ............................................. 61,205
292. Operating Capital Outlay
From Auxiliary Trust Fund .............................. 9,600
From Dormitory Revenue Certificates
Revenue Trust Fund
1966 Issue ............................................. 24,500
1970 Issue ............................................. 1,000
293. Debt Service
From Auxiliary Trust Fund .............................. 7,500
From Dormitory Revenue Certificates
Revenue Trust Fund
1966 Issue ............................................. 73,060
1970 Issue ............................................. 49,500
Contracts and Grants
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund
294. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching ........... 375,000
295. Other Personal Services ........................... 125,000
296. Expenses .......................................... 80,000
297. Operating Capital Outlay .......................... 50,000
Florida Technological University
Auxiliary Enterprises
298. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching
of 64 Positions
From Auxiliary Trust Fund ............................. 358,752
From Revenue Certificates Revenue Trust
Fund
1967 Issue Revenue Trust Fund .......................... 80,191
299. Other Personal Services
From Auxiliary Trust Fund .............................. 107,342
From Revenue Certificates Revenue Trust
Fund
1967 Issue Revenue Trust Fund .......................... 10,000
300. Expenses
From Auxiliary Trust Fund .............................. 1,113,826
From Revenue Certificates Revenue Trust
Fund
1967 Issue Revenue Trust Fund .......................... 63,000
301. Operating Capital Outlay
From Auxiliary Trust Fund ............................. 39,715
From Revenue Certificates Revenue Trust
Fund
1967 Issue Revenue Trust Fund .......................... 1,000
302. Debt Service
From Auxiliary Trust Fund .............................. 25,000
From Revenue Certificates Revenue Trust
Fund
1967 Issue Revenue Trust Fund .......................... 65,625
Contracts and Grants
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund
303. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching ........... 175,000
304. Other Personal Services ........................... 200,000
305. Expenses .......................................... 200,000
306. Operating Capital Outlay .......................... 275,000
Florida International University
Educational and General
307. Lump Sum for Salaries, Retirement and S. S.
Matching, Other Personal Services, and
Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ............................. 3,430,583
From Extension Incidental Trust Fund ................... 100,000
308. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund .............................. 1,000,000
Contracts and Grants
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund
309. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching ........... 100,000
310. Other Personal Services ........................... 75,000
311. Expenses .......................................... 85,000
312. Operating Capital Outlay .......................... 25,000


Item Amount
$
University of North Florida
Educational and General
From General Revenue Fund
313. Lump Sum for Salaries, Retirement and S.S.
Matching, Other Personal Services and
Expenses ............................................... 2,336,047
314. Operating Capital Outlay .......................... 600,000
Knott Data Center
From Working Capital Trust Fund
315. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
59 Positions ........................................... 503,506
316. Other Personal Services ........................... 1,492
317. Expenses .......................................... 188,861
318. Operating Capital Outlay .......................... 249,733
GENERAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF
Office of the Executive Director
From General Revenue Fund
319. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
25 Positions ........................................... 256,927
320. Deleted
321. Expenses .......................................... 91,146
322. Operating Capital Outlay .......................... 3,280
Purchasing, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
323. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
47 Positions ........................................... 443,509
324. Deleted
325. Expenses .......................................... 124,904
326. Operating Capital Outlay .......................... 1,496
Electronic Data Processing, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
327. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
31 Positions ........................................... 385,706
328. Other Personal Services ........................... 1,200
329. Expenses .......................................... 87,890
330. Operating Capital Outlay .......................... 1,075
Building Construction and Maintenance, Division of
331. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
278 Positions
From General Revenue Fund .............................. 955,903
From Architects Incidental Trust Fund .................. 395,923
From Supervision Trust Fund ............................ 514,157
332. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund .............................. 21,950
From Architects Incidental Trust Fund .................. 5,000
From Supervision Trust Fund ............................ 3,000
333. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund .............................. 696,687
From Architects Incidental Trust Fund .................. 125,369
From Supervision Trust Fund ............................ 436,269
334. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund .............................. 29,864
From Architects Incidental Trust Fund .................. 3,540
From Supervision Trust Fund ............................ 6,445
335. Special Categories
From General Revenue Fund
Lease Purchase Payments ................................ 1,692,000
From Supervision Trust Fund
Debt Service Payments .................................. 1,205,500
Motor Pool, Division of
336. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
20 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ............................. 243,239
From Motor Vehicle Operating Trust Fund ................ 435,727
337. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ............................. 1,500
338. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ............................. 199,965
From Motor Vehicle Operating Trust Fund ................ 316,314
339. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ............................. 71,826
From Motor Vehicle Operating Trust Fund ................ 12,200
From Bureau of Aircraft Trust Fund ..................... 212,000
Provided, however, it is the intent of the leg-
islature that the division of motor pool shall
activate a central motor vehicle pool and
maintenance district II only by transferring
positions, equipment and facilities in ac-
cordance with the plan of operations pre-




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Item Amount
$
sented in the 1971-72 legislative budget re-
quest. Trust fund appropriations provide for
53 authorized current positions to be trans-
ferred from other Departments. Provided
further, it is the intent that funds received
from the disposal of surplus passenger carry-
ing aircraft shall be deposited in the bureau
of aircraft trust fund and shall be disbursed
only for the purchase of aircraft authorized
by the legislature. Any funds remaining in
this bureau's trust fund after all surplus
aircraft has been disposed of and the new
aircraft acquired shall be deposited to Gen-
eral Revenue unallocated.
Communications, Division of
340. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
23 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ...................................... 264,292
From Telpak Revolving Trust Fund ................................ 10,557
From Communications Survey Trust Fund ........................... 10,448
341. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ..................................... 284,320
342. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ...................................... 41,708
From Telpak Revolving Trust Fund ................................ 467,957
343. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ...................................... 6,575
From Telpak Revolving Trust Fund ................................ 1,199
Provided however, it is the intent that
general revenue funds for this division
shall be reserved to the extent of any ad-
ditional federal grant moneys made avail-
able in fiscal 1971-72.
Bond Finance, Division of
From Revenue Bond Fee Trust Fund
344. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
6 Positions ..................................................... 61,976
345. Other Personal Services .................................... 112,500
346. Expenses ................................................... 112,750
Surplus Property, -Division of
347. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
81 Positions
From Surplus Property Revolving Trust
Fund ............................................................ 451,769
From Surplus Property Operating Trust
Fund ............................................................ 10,410
348. Other Personal Services
From Surplus Property Revolving Trust
Fund ............................................................ 3,980
349. Expenses
From Surplus Property Revolving Trust
Fund ............................................................ 141,382
From Surplus Property Operating Trust
Fund ............................................................ 5,750
350. Operating Capital Outlay
From Surplus Property Revolving Trust
Fund ............................................................ 13,566
From Surplus Property Operating Trust
Fund ............................................................ 1,425
351. Special Categories
From General Revenue Fund
For Transfer to Surplus Property Op-
erating Trust Fund-Lump Sum ..................................... 17,585
GOVERNOR, OFFICE OF THE
General Office
From General Revenue Fund
352. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
56 Positions .................................................. 683,698
353. Other Personal Services .................................. 14,280
354. Expenses ................................................. 185,093
355. Operating Capital Outlay ................................. 11,553
356. Contingent-Discretionary ................................. 30,000
356a. Lump Sum-National Governor's Conference ................. 10,000
356b. Lump Sum-For a Citizen's Committee on
Education to be Appointed by the Governor
which shall make a report to the legislature
by February 1, 1972 ........................................... 50,000


Item Amount
$
Operation of the Governor's Mansion
From General Revenue Fund
357. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
16 Positions .................................................. 122,120
358. Other Personal Services .................................. 800
359. Expenses ................................................. 59,300
360. Operating Capital Outlay ................................. 300
Governor's Law Enforcement and Highway
Safety Programs
361. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
47 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ..................................... 130,399
From Highway Safety Trust Fund ................................ 96,539
From Law Enforcement Trust Fund ............................... 304,904
362. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ..................................... 2,055
From Highway Safety Trust Fund ................................ 1,013
From Law Enforcement Trust Fund ............................... 9,392
363. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ..................................... 50,374
From Highway Safety Trust Fund ---39,944
From Law Enforcement Trust Fund ............................... 73,687
364. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ..................................... 725
From Highway Safety Trust Fund ................................ 587
From Law Enforcement Trust Fund ............................... 1,238
365. Grants and Aids
From General Revenue Fund ..................................... 451,000
From Highway Safety Trust Fund ................................ 2,521,347
From Law Enforcement Trust Fund ............................... 14,990,544
Provided, however, a total of $40,000 from
general revenue fund or law enforcement
trust fund may be used to develop a Judicial
System funding formula and to develop an
information reporting system.
HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES,
DEPARTMENT OF
Appropriations made in items 400-405, 442-446,
457-461, and 484-488, notwithstanding the pro-
visions of Section 216.292, Florida Statutes, may be
transferred upon request of the Department to the
State Comptroller, to accounts established for each
institution within the respective divisions for dis-
bursement purposes, and upon release of said ap-
propriations by the Secretary of Administration.
Provided, however, such transfers may only be made
to accounts similar in purpose to the category of
appropriation from which transferred.
Administrative Services, Division of
Office of the Secretary and Administrative
Services
366. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
55 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ....................................... 305,732
From Administrative Trust Fund ................................... 310,163
367. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ....................................... 8,925
From Administrative Trust Fund ................................... 9,075
368. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ....................................... 105,607
From Administrative Trust Fund ................................... 107,310
369. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ....................................... 9,126
From Administrative Trust Fund ................................... 9,274
369a. Lump Sum-Treatment of Kidney Disease
From General Revenue Fund ....................................... 100,000
Provided, however, $15,000 of this amount
shall be used for funding of the Council.
369b. Lump Sum--State Institutions Claims
From General Revenue Fund ....................................... 25,000
Community Medical Facilities, Bureau of
370. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
17 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ....................................... 122,506
From Hospital Grants U.S. Trust Fund ............................. 80,004
371. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ....................................... 203
From Hospital Grants U.S. Trust Fund ............................. 590



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Item Amount
$
372. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ............................ 47,630
From Hospital Grants U.S. Trust Fund .................. 4,826
373. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ............................ 865
From Hospital Grants U.S. Trust Fund .................. 2,580
374. Grants and Aids
From Hospital Grants U.S. Trust Fund
Hospital Construction ................................. 14,250,768
Loan Guarantees and Subsidies ......................... 13,688,750
Model State Project
From Model State Trust Fund
375. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
6 Positions ........................................... 63,412
376. Other Personal Services .......................... 270,500
377. Expenses ......................................... 252,670
Jacksonville Data Center
From Working Capital Trust Fund
378. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
267 Positions ......................................... 1,891,850
379. Other Personal Services .......................... 7,488
380. Expenses ......................................... 1,427,944
381. Operating Capital Outlay ......................... 1,000
Grants and Donations
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund
382. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 38 Positions ....................................... 234,427
383. Other Personal Services .......................... 76,155
384. Expenses ......................................... 65,475
Drug Abuse Program
385. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 32 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ............................. 194,900
386. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ............................. 5,800
387. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ............................. 16,750
From Drug Abuse Trust Fund ............................ 50,000
388. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ............................. 2,000
389. Grants and Aids
From General Revenue Fund ............................ 375,000
Planning and Evaluation, Division of
390. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 52 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ............................ 143,214
From Comprehensive Health Planning
Trust Fund ............................................ 144,846
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund .................. 50,951
From Planning and Evaluation Trust Fund ............... 284,796
391. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ............................ 18,355
From Comprehensive Health Planning
Trust Fund ............................................ 35,750
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund .................. 42,123
From Planning and Evaluation Trust Fund ............... 19,315
392. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ............................. 59,875
From Comprehensive Health Planning
Trust Fund ............................................ 84,717
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund .................. 180,512
From Planning and Evaluation Trust Fund ............... 94,908
393. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ............................ 2,047
From Comprehensive Health Planning
Trust Fund ............................................ 568
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund .................. 756
From Planning and Evaluation Trust Fund ............... 5,573
Corrections, Division of
General Office
From General Revenue Fund
394. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 51 Positions ....................................... 513,930
395. Other Personal Services .......................... 28,800
396. Expenses ......................................... 311,306
397. Operating Capital Outlay ......................... 40,450
398. Discharge and Travel Pay ......................... 115,715
399. Return of Parole Violators ....................... 12,000


Item Amount
$
Major Institutions
From General Revenue Fund
400. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 1,762 Positions ................................... 113,169,575
401. Other Personal Services ......................... 28,332
402. Expenses ........................................ 3,222,700
403. Food Products ................................... 2,247,122
404. Operating Capital Outlay ........................ 528,244
405. Lump Sum-Improve Medical Services ............... 800,000
Community Correctional Centers
From General Revenue Fund
406. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 52 Positions ...................................... 355,323
407. Other Personal Services ......................... 7,140
408. Expenses ........................................ 181,320
409. Food Products ................................... 98,420
410. Operating Capital Outlay ........................ 57,955
411. Lump Sum-Eight Additional Centers ............... 861,364
Road Prisons
412. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 307 Positions
From Road Prison Trust Fund .......................... 2,295,145
413. Other Personal Services
From Road Prison Trust Fund .......................... 251,110
414. Expenses
From Road Prison Trust Fund .......................... 655,719
415. Food Products
From Road Prison Trust Fund .......................... 416,100
416. Operating Capital Outlay
From Road Prison Trust Fund .......................... 100,350
Correctional Industries
From Industrial Trust Fund
417. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 166 Positions ..................................... 1,267,124
418. Other Personal Services ......................... 11,020
419. Expenses ........................................ 3,694,386
420. Food Products ................................... 12,130
421. Operating Capital Outlay ........................ 229,975
Airport Operations
From Airport Operation Trust Fund
422. Expenses ........................................ 1,272
423. Operating Capital Outlay ........................ 3,348
Grants and Donations
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund
424. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 22 Positions ...................................... 171,967
425. Other Personal Services ......................... 4,360
426. Expenses ........................................ 100,580
427. Food Products ................................... 17,520
428. Operating Capital Outlay ........................ 512,209
Youth Services, Division of
General Office
From General Revenue Fund
429. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 48 Positions ...................................... 438,985
430. Other Personal Services ......................... 4,606
431. Expenses ........................................ 186,592
432. Operating Capital Outlay ........................ 9,483
Aftercare Program
From General Revenue Fund
433. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 117 Positions ..................................... 946,570
434. Other Personal Services ......................... 4,050
435. Expenses ........................................ 259,945
436. Operating Capital Outlay ........................ 5,785
436a. Lump Sum-Probation and Aftercare
Service .............................................. 1,991,403
Halfway Houses
From General Revenue Fund
437. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 42 Positions ...................................... 251,820
438. Other Personal Services ......................... 2,275
439. Expenses ........................................ 158,054
440. Food Products ................................... 48,156
441. Operating Capital Outlay ........................ 4,463
441a. Lump Sum-Youth Services Complexes .............. 352,813




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Item Amount
Training Schools
From General Revenue Fund
442. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 1,084 Positions --------------- 7,142,816
443. Other Personal Services .---------------- 69,900
444. Expenses ------------------------- 1,356,762
445. Food Products ---------------------- 482,302
446. Operating Capital Outlay .. _---- -- -- 220,900
Grants and Donations
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund
447. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 2 Positions ---------------------- 61,911
448. Other Personal Services _-____-------------- 350
449. Expenses --------- ----------------- 28,569
450. Food Products ---- ------------------ 7,408
451. Operating Capital Outlay ------- 1,185
451a. Lump Sum-Probation and Aftercare Services 4,709,951
451b. Lump Sum-Youth Services Complexes .-- 589,012
451c. Lump Sum-Title I Funds-Trust ----------- 343,342
Mental Health, Division of
General Office and Community Mental Health
Program
452. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
77 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ------..-------- 357,019
From Operations and Maintenance
Trust Fund ----- ------------ 530,539
453. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ---------------- 74,775
From Operations and Maintenance
Trust Fund .- --- ..-----------. --------- 8,500
454. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund --------- ------ 125,270
From Operations and Maintenance
Trust Fund ----------------- 143,300
455. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ---- ------ 1,132
From Operations and Maintenance
Trust Fund ---......--- ----- ----------------- 5,389
456. Grants and Aids
From General Revenue Fund -- --------- 55,000
From Operations and Maintenance
Trust Fund ------ ----------- 4,400,000
456a. Lump Sum-New Mental Health Law
From General Revenue Fund ....--- -----------. 51,000
Mental Hospitals
From General Revenue Fund
457. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 5,729 Positions ---------------------------- 34,720,408
458. Other Personal Services --------------- 158,748
459. Expenses --------------------------- 3,555,261
460. Food Products --------------------- 2,785,852
461. Operating Capital Outlay ------------------ 406,113
Bureau of Alcoholic Rehabilitation
462. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 109 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ...----------- --- 924,545
463. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ---------------------- 63,155
464. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ------------- 155,672
From Alcoholic Rehabilitation Trust Fund 59,791
465. Food Products
From General Revenue Fund -------------- 32,860
466. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund .------------- 21,707
467. Grants and Aids
From General Revenue Fund -------------- 59,596
Grants and Donations
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund
468. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 12 Positions _.-----------------------.. 53,536
469. Other Personal Services ----..-------------- 19,322
470. Expenses ------------------ 347,526
471. Operating Capital Outlay ---------------.-. 14,582
472. Grants and Aids --- ---------------- 48,000


Item Amount
$
Retardation, Division of
General Office and Community Mental
Retardation Program
From General Revenue Fund
473. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 53 Positions _--------------------- ------- 504,225
474. Other Personal Services ------------------ 44,121
475. Expenses -------------------------- 158,930
476. Operating Capital Outlay _------------- --- 4,618
477. Grants and Aids ------------------- 1,566,450
478. Community Residential Services --------- 1,123,300
Regional Community Centers
From General Revenue Fund
479. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
58 Positions ------------------------- 304,817
480. Other Personal Services --------------- 42,223
481. Expenses --- -------------- 118,853
482. Food Products ---------------------- 10,312
483. Operating Capital Outlay .----------------- 74,873
Major Institutions
From General Revenue Fund
484. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
4,374 Positions -----.----------------- 25,210,814
485. Other Personal Services --- --- 133,474
486. Expenses --------------- ----------- 2,741,109
487. Food Products .. -------------------- 1,773,607
488. Operating Capital Outlay .--..-----. ---- 417,237
Grants and Donations
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund
489. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
150 Positions ------------------------- 840,958
490. Other Personal Services --------------------- 239,276
491. Expenses ------------------ 61,375
492. Operating Capital Outlay -------------------- 35,800
Vocational Rehabilitation, Division of
Vocational Rehabilitation Services
493. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
1,219 Positions
From Federal Rehabilitation Trust Fund 8,942,772
494. Other Personal Services
From Federal Rehabilitation Trust Fund 72,498
495. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund --- --------- 3,793,690
From Federal Rehabilitation Trust Fund 10,775,084
From Workshop and Rehabilitation Trust
Fund --------------------- 200,000
496. Food Products
From Federal Rehabilitation Trust Fund 16,193
497. Operating Capital Outlay
From Federal Rehabilitation Trust Fund -- 84,910
Medical and Social Services-Blind
From General Revenue Fund
498. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching
of 58 Positions --------------------- 378,499
499. Other Personal Services --- ---- --- 4,700
500. Expenses -------------------------- 660,440
501. Operating Capital Outlay .------------ 12,581
502. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 114 Positions --------- ---- 974,736
503. Expenses ------------------ 1,406,500
504. Operating Capital Outlay -------------- 4,164
Vending Stand Section
505. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 16 Positions
From U.S. Trust Fund ----.....--------- 103,956
From Training and Operating Trust Fund 27,016
506. Other Personal Services
From U.S. Trust Fund ------------------ 1,600
From Training and Operating Trust Fund_ 400
507. Expenses
From U.S. Trust Fund -......----------. 324,555
From Training and Operating Trust Fund 135,138
508. Operating Capital Outlay
From U.S. Trust Fund ---------------- 3,090
From Training and Operating Trust Fund__ 772



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Item Amount
Crippled Children, Bureau of
509. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
95 Positions
From General Revenue Fund --....------------ 441,197
From U. S. Trust Fund ..---- --- -------- 300,000
510. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ...--------------- 1,246,602
From U. S. Trust Fund ------------------------ 100,000
511. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ..- -------------- 3,377,046
From U. S. Trust Fund _------------- ------- 1,011,347
Fr om Donations Trust Fund ------------------ 115,000
512. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ---- ------- 31,300
From U. S. Trust Fund _------------------------ 2,000
513. Deleted
514. Lump Sum-Cystic Fibrosis Program
From General Revenue Fund -------------- 175,700
Family Services, Division of
(Provided the General Revenue Fund Appropria-
tions may be transferred to the proper Trust Fund
for disbursement)
General Administration
515. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
4,293 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ----------------- 12,558,717
From State Welfare Trust Fund ------- 17,328,758
From Child Adoption Trust Fund .----------- 60,965
From Child Day Care Trust Fund ..---------- 41,088
Deleted
516. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund --- ------. 145,991
From State Welfare Trust Fund ----------- 250,183
From Child Day Care Trust Fund -------- 6,254
517. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ---------------- 5,701,897
From State Welfare Trust Fund ---------- 8,588,574
From Child Adoption Trust Fund ------------- 45,845
From Child Day Care Trust Fund ----- 282,747
518. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ....-------------- 167,709
From State Welfare Trust Fund ----------- 229,989
519. Grants and Aids
From State Welfare Trust Fund ------------- 2,126,152
520. Lump Sum-Food Stamp Program
From General Revenue Fund ------------------ 1,292,785
From State Welfare Trust Fund ----------- 407,215
520a. Lump Sum-Hard-to-Place Children
From General Revenue Fund ---------------- 25,000
Direct Assistance and Service Programs
521. Old Age Assistance
From General Revenue Fund ----------------- 10,194,222
From State Welfare Trust Fund ---- ------- 29,250,928
522. Aid to the Blind
From General Revenue Fund ------------------- 624,216
From State Welfare Trust Fund -..-.---..- 1,471,280
523. Aid to the Permanently and Totally Disabled
From General Revenue Fund ------------------ 5,786,469
From State Welfare Trust Fund ...--------- 13,823,978
524. Aid to Families with Dependent Children
From General Revenue Fund -------- -------- 25,738,261
From State Welfare Trust Fund -...... --- 77,695,126
525. Child Welfare Services
From General Revenue Fund --..-----.... 4,067,444
From State Welfare Trust Fund 1,418,298
526. Child Adoption Services (Medical and Hos-
pital Care)
From Child Adoption Trust Fund --..------- 40,000
Medical Care Programs
527. Physician Services
From General Revenue Fund -- 3,213,297
From State Welfare Trust Fund --------- 4,956,793
528. Hospital In-Patient Services
From General Revenue Fund .... 10,200,556
From State Welfare Trust Fund ..--..... 15,735,260
529. Skilled Nursing Home Care and Intermediate
Facility Care
From General Revenue Fund ---------- 12,923,430
From State Welfare Trust Fund .--...... 19,935,532
Skilled nursing homes or intermediate
care facilities receiving vendor payments


Item Amount
$
under this program shall not receive any
other supplementary payment for the
care from any other state or county
governmental unit.
530. Deleted
531. Drugs (Prescribed Medicines)
From General Revenue Fund ----------------- 5,008,294
From State Welfare Trust Fund .----------- 7,725,737
532. Hospital Out-Patient Services
From General Revenue Fund ----- ---------- 1,338,808
From State Welfare Trust Fund ---------- 2,065,230
533. Other Lab and X-Ray Services
From General Revenue Fund ------ ------- 14,130
From State Welfare Trust Fund ----------- 21,797
534. Family Planning
From General Revenue Fund _---------------- 3,933
From State Welfare Trust Fund -------- 6,067
535. Supplementary Medical Insurance
From General Revenue Fund _------- ------ 1,875,097
From State Welfare Trust Fund ---- 2,892,503
536. Hospital Insurance Benefits
From General Revenue Fund ..----------- 506,365
From State Welfare Trust Fund __----- ------ 781,114
537. State Mental Health Hospital Program
From State Welfare Trust Fund -- 6,222,000
538. State Tuberculosis Hospital Program
From State Welfare Trust Fund ------------- 480,420
539. Home Health Services
From General Revenue Fund -- -- 24,909
From State Welfare Trust Fund .---.-------- 38,424
Special Federal Projects
540. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
407 Positions
From State Welfare Trust Fund ----------- 114,268
From Federal Grants Trust Fund -------- 2,511,645
541. Other Personal Services
From State Welfare Trust Fund __------ ---- 89,020
542. Expenses
From State Welfare Trust Fund---- ---- 108,713
From Federal Grants Trust Fund --------. 21,385
Health, Division of
(Provided tne General Revenue Fund Appropria-
tion may be transferred to the proper Trust Fund
for disbursement)
General Public Health
543. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
722 Positions
From General Revenue Fund _------- 5,287,039
From Federal Grants-in-Aid Trust Fund -_ 1,260,962
From Hearing Aids and Devices Trust
Fund _--------------_ 5,545
From Pest Control Trust Fund ---- 19,524
544. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund --- ------ 43,650
From Federal Grants-in-Aid Trust Fund __ 42,450
From Hearing Aids and Devices Trust
Fund -....------------ -- ...._----- -- 1,200
From Pest Control Trust Fund --.----. ---. 2,700
545. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund _---------- 2,019,772
From Federal Grants-in-Aid Trust Fund 839,178
From Hearing Aids and Devices Trust
Fund .---.. .. .. ........- 4,400
From Pest Control Trust Fund _----------- 14,075
546. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ---_-- 162,749
From Federal Grants-in-Aid Trust Fund 38,023
547. Grants and Aids
From General Revenue Fund
Grants to Localities for Mosquito Con-
trol .------------------- ----------- 2,475,000
Dental Scholarships ---------- 10,000
Medical Scholarships -------------------- 4,000
548. Medical Services for Reservation Indians
From Indian Medical Services Trust Fund 212,505
548a. Lump Sum-Inspection of Drug
Wholesalers and Manufacturers
From General Revenue Fund .---------- --- 30,000



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Item Amount
Grants and Donations
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund
549. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching ---- 8,365,191
550. Other Personal Services -- -------------- 87,400
551. Expenses -- --- -- 4,562,400
552. Operating Capital Outlay _-- 154,400
County Health Units
Grants to County Health Units
553. Lump Sum
From General Revenue Fund ---- ---- 10,296,200
From County Health Units Trust Fund -- 14,729,650
Tuberculosis Hospitals
554. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
737 Positions
From General Revenue Fund --- ------ 4,639,452
555. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund --------------- 76,511
From Hospital Maintenance Trust Fund 23,977
556. Expenses
From Hospital Maintenance Trust Fund 681,249
557. Food Products
From Hospital Maintenance Trust Fund __ 268,500
558. Operating Capital Outlay
From Hospital Maintenance Trust Fund 135,929
HIGHWAY SAFETY AND MOTOR VEHICLES,
DEPARTMENT OF
Office of Executive Director and Division of
Administrative Services
From General Revenue Fund
559. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 191 Positions ---------------------. 1,235,507
560. Other Personal Services ---------------- 6,000
561. Expenses --------------------------- 448,800
562. Operating Capital Outlay ------------------ 33,400
Drivers Licenses, Division of
563. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 689 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ------------ 1,749,327
From Accident Reports Trust Fund _---- ---- 2,276,811
564. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ..----------------- 6,000
565. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund -- ----------- 2,425,451
566. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ------------------_ 78,568
Provided, however, no funds in items 563
through 566 may be used to pay a salary
to any person receiving pay from the Florida
Highway Patrol Retirement System in the
Division of Drivers Licenses where such
salary would be in excess of that paid for
the employment of beginning non-experienced
personnel unless such person or persons was
employed by the Division of Drivers Licenses
on April 1, 1971.
Florida Highway Patrol, Division of
567. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 1,317 Positions (a)
From General Revenue Fund -------_ 9 9,992,572
From Reimbursement Trust Fund -,---_ 1,604,236
(a) Includes 93 positions to be transferred
from Department of Transportation
568. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund _.---- -------_ 10,500
569. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund -.--.. --- 1,941,763
From Reimbursement Trust Fund ..--------. 222,513
570. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund -------------- 40,966
From Reimbursement Trust Fund ---. 5,920
571. Lump Sum for Maintenance and Acquisition
of Motor Vehicles
From General Revenue Fund -.--.------_ 2,280,034
From Reimbursement Trust Fund ... 554,067
Motor Vehicles, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
572. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 364 Positions --------..--------------...__ 2,121,485


Item Amount
$
573. Other Personal Services------ 48,530
574. Expenses ---- --------- --- ------- 2,037,326
575. Purchase of License Plates ---------- 1,515,041
576. Operating Capital Outlay ......--- ----------- 15,680
Kirkman Data Center
From Working Capital Trust Fund
577. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 184 Positions ---- ------ --- 1,174,073
578. Other Personal Services -------------- 800
579. Expenses -------------- ---_-- 1,464,167
580. Operating Capital Outlay ..--- -------------- 3,760
INSURANCE, DEPARTMENT OF AND
TREASURER
Office of the Treasurer and Division of
Administration
581. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 110 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ------------------ 432,176
From Municipal Firemen's Pension
Trust Fund -------------------.--- 23,296
From Municipal Police Officers
Retirement Trust Fund -- ------------ 22,470
From Administrative Trust Fund .----------- 474,384
582. Other Personal Services
From Municipal Firemen's Pension
Trust Fund ------------------------------- 1,000
From Municipal Police Officers
Retirement Trust Fund -- ------------ 1,000
583. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund -------------- 128,652
From Municipal Firemen's Pension
Trust Fund ------- --------------- 91,425
From Municipal Police Officers
Retirement Trust Fund .---- ---------- 139,879
From Administrative Trust Fund ------------- 167,118
584. Operating Capital Outlay
From Municipal Firemen's Pension
Trust Fund --------- -- ------------------- -------- 350
From Municipal Police Officers
Retirement Trust Fund .....------- ----------- ... 350
From Administrative Trust Fund ..----- ------ 12,143
Banking and Collateral Securities, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
585. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 23 Positions ........................-------------- 190,914
586. Other Personal Services --- -------------- 3,100
587. Expenses ------------------------------- 179,237
588. Operating Capital Outlay ---------------------- 2,475
Office of the Assistant Insurance Commissioner
589. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 188 Positions
From General Revenue Fund .----- --- ------ 686,343
From Insurance Commissioner Regulatory
Trust Fund ---- ---------- -------- 868,483
590. Other Personal Services
From Insurance Commissioner Regulatory
Trust Fund ---......---------------- .---------- 1,600
591. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ------------- 207,644
From Insurance Commissioner Regulatory
Trust Fund -- ---------------- 246,235
592. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund --------------. 8,152
From Insurance Commissioner Regulatory
Trust Fund ...---------------- ..-.... 8,921
Insurance Regulation, Division of
593. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 138 Positions
From General Revenue Fund --.-----.------- 396,304
From Insurance Commissioner
Regulatory Trust Fund .-------------- --- 331,192
From Insurer Examination Revolving
Trust Fund -- --------------- 606,009
From State Fire Insurance Trust Fund .. 44,193
594. Other Personal Services
From Insurance Commissioner
Regulatory Trust Fund ------------------- 7,775
From State Fire Insurance Trust Fund .. 525



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Item Amount
595. Expenses
From Insurance Commissioner
Regulatory Trust Fund ------------------------ 423,939
From Insurer Examination Revolving
Trust Fund --..-..------.-------------------- 361,348
From Publications Revolving Trust Fund 35,000
From Agents and Solicitors County
License Tax Trust Fund ----------------------- 12,400
From State Fire Insurance Trust Fund 351,964
596. Operating Capital Outlay
From Insurance Commissioner
Regulatory Trust Fund -------------------------- 14,848
From State Fire Insurance Trust Fund 650
Rehabilitation and Liquidation, Division of
From Insurance Commissioner Regulatory
Trust Fund
597. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 31 Positions ------------------------ 316,561
598. Other Personal Services --.--- -------- 1,600
599. Expenses .. ------------------------- 104,643
600. Operating Capital Outlay -------------.--- 5,068
Financial Responsibility, Division of
601. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 125 Positions
From General Revenue Fund _.-------------- 494,496
From Insurance Commissioner Regulatory
Trust Fund .----------.------- ------- 210,000
602. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund -------------------- 10,962
603. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund .------------- 521,913
604. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ..--------------- 16,700
State Fire Marshal, Division of
605. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching
of 44 Positions
From State Fire Marshal Trust Fund ----- 320,946
From L.P. Gas Administrative Trust Fund 85,480
606. Other Personal Services
From State Fire Marshal Trust Fund --... 1,000
607. Expenses
From State Fire Marshal Trust Fund --- 156,107
From L.P. Gas Administrative Trust Fund 48,772
608. Operating Capital Outlay
From State Fire Marshal Trust Fund ----- 6,505
From L.P. Gas Administrative Trust Fund 738
Provided however, the Administration Com-
mission may approve the advance of moneys
from the General Revenue Fund to support
the activities financed by the Insurance Com-
missioners Regulatory Trust Fund pending
receipt of adequate operating revenue in that
trust fund. Advances from the General Reve-
nue Fund shall be repaid prior to June 30,
1972.
609. Deleted
610. Deleted
611. Deleted
INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST FUND,
TRUSTEES OF THE
From Operating Trust Fund
612. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 73 Positions .--------------------- 636,227
613. Other Personal Services -------- --- 56,900
614. Expenses ---------------------- 335,390
615. Operating Capital Outlay ..--------.-- 5,960
616. Grants and Aids .-------------------- 23,000
617. Shoreline Surveys and Mapping .---------- 161,000
618. Topographic Mapping ..........- -------- 250,000
INTERSTATE COOPERATION, FLORIDA COM-
MISSION ON
From General Revenue Fund
619. Expenses --------------------------- 43,330
JUDICIAL BRANCH
Supreme Court
From General Revenue Fund
620. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 40 Positions .--------------.. --------- 561,419


Item Amount
621. Expenses _------------------------ 62,399
622. Operating Capital Outlay ----------- ----- --- 36,200
District Court of Appeal, First
From General Revenue Fund
623. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 23 Positions ----------------- 335,820
624. Other Personal Services ---------------- 750
625. Expenses ------------------------- 26,359
626. Operating Capital Outlay --------------------- 3,150
District Court of Appeal, Second
From General Revenue Fund
627. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 26 Positions ----.....----------------- .-- 346,848
628. Other Personal Services -....----- ----------- 2,400
629. Expenses ------------------------------------- 38,293
630. Operating Capital Outlay ...--.--------------- 6,400
District Court of Appeal, Third
From General Revenue Fund
631. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 27 Positions ------------------- 376,425
632. Other Personal Services --------------------- 1,900
633. Expenses ----------- ----- -------------- 79,696
634. Operating Capital Outlay --------------- --- 13,000
District Court of Appeal, Fourth
From General Revenue Fund
635. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
24 Positions -------- 326,258
636. Other Personal Services -------- ---- 3,000
637. Expenses ------------------------- 39,567
638. Operating Capital Outlay ---------- .---...--- 6,365
Circuit Courts and Other Related Matters
From General Revenue Fund
639. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
139 Circuit Judges and 56 Official Court
Reporters (a) ---- 4,501,889
640. Other Personal Services _.---------------- 25,000
641. Expenses -------- -------------------- 193,400
642. Payments to Jurors and Witnesses -------- 2,475,000
643. Meals and Lodging for Jurors --------..--- 55,000
644. Printing Reports ------------------- 40,000
645. State Attorneys on Executive Assignment -- 35,000
(a) This appropriation is to provide that not-
withstanding the provisions of section 29.04
(1), F.S., the compensation from state funds
for each official court reporter in the judi-
cial circuits shall be five thousand four hun-
dred dollars ($5,400) per annum.
Provided further, that the Judicial Administration
Commission shall for internal administrative pur-
poses establish budgets for each circuit court and
maintain memorandum accounts for disbursements
there against.
Public Defenders
From General Revenue Fund
First Judicial Circuit
646. Lump Sum ---_--.---- ------.-----.. --. 67,160
Second Judicial Circuit
647. Lump Sum (1) .. 120,799
Third Judicial Circuit
648. Lump Sum ------ -----------........... 44,164
Fourth Judicial Circuit
649. Lump Sum ------.----------... 238,295
Fifth Judicial Circuit
650. Lump Sum ..-- ------ -.--...--.. 69,894
Sixth Judicial Circuit
651. Lump Sum--. ---------.. ------ 91,841
Seventh Judicial Circuit
652. Lump Sum -----. -- --...- ..- 90,347
Eighth Judicial Circuit
653. Lump Sum ----.------.---------------... 121,808
Ninth Judicial Circuit
654. Lump Sum ------------.--------------... 110,597
Tenth Judicial Circuit
655. Lump Sum _--------------------- ------ 51,666
Eleventh Judicial Circuit
656. Lump Sum (1) ---------------.----------- 339,702
Twelfth Judicial Circuit
657. Lump Sum (1) .--------.-- --------------- 91,033



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Item Amount
Thirteenth Judicial Circuit
658. Lump Sum -------------------.----------------- 158,159
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit
659. Lump Sum _-......-.... __--------------.. ---- 73,283
Fifteenth Judicial Circuit
660. Lump Sum (1) ...--- --......------------------ 202,005
Sixteenth Judicial Circuit
661. Lump Sum ---- ------_ ------ ---- 41,252
Seventeenth Judicial Circuit
662. Lump Sum .-- ---- -.... --....----- 132,846
Eighteenth Judicial Circuit
663. Lump Sum ------.---------.-----------------. 86,435
Nineteeth Judicial Circuit
664. Lump Sum ------_ ---_------------ 53,151
Twentieth Judicial Circuit
665. Lump Sum _-.... ----- ------------------------ 55,059
(1) Includes an additional $40,000 to be used
for the employment of attorneys as part-
time public defenders, secretarial help,
expenses, and capital outlay for appeals
cases in the district court and supreme
court for cases which originated in a cir-
cuit within his district for which he has
accepted jurisdiction.
State Attorneys
From General Revenue Fund
First Judicial Circuit
666. Lump Sum --.-------------------.---.------- 189,413
Second Judicial Circuit
667. Lump Sum ......------.------..---------..----- 204,485
Third Judicial Circuit
668. Lump Sum ......----. ---.-------...-.----------- 91,431
Fourth Judicial Circuit
669. Lump Sum ---------------. .. ----------..-... 523,395
Fifth Judicial Circuit
670. Lump Sum ------ ------1-_ __ -- 198,937
Sixth Judicial Circuit
671. Lump Sum -----.......---_--.----.-------------- 538,456
Seventh Judicial Circuit
672. Lump Sum -.----------- ------------------ 244,862
Eighth Judicial Circuit
673. Lump Sum ----.-----.--------.---------------- 231,245
Ninth Judicial Circuit
674. Lump Sum .... ---------.-- ----.---- --------- 126,033
Tenth Judicial Circuit
675. Lump Sum ..-.--------------- .. 134,623
Eleventh Judicial Circuit
676. Lump Sum .-.-- -- -------_ ---- ----.-----.. 1,141,013
Twelfth Judicial Circuit
677. Lump Sum --- ....-- -------------.-------- 236,029
Thirteenth Judicial Circuit
678. Lump Sum ..-----. -------------.------ ---. 310,805
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit
679. Lump Sum ---. .-------.------.------.-------- 163,149
Fifteenth Judicial Circuit
680. Lump Sum --- -------------------- 137,901
Sixteenth Judicial Circuit
681. Lump Sum ------------------_.--------------- 41,276
Seventeenth Judicial Circuit
682. Lump Sum ...... ___----------.----.--_ ------ 558,090
Eighteenth Judicial Circuit
683. Lump Sum ..--. .--..---_.----_----.----------- 144,325
Nineteenth Judicial Circuit
684. Lump Sum .-..-------.---... ---------. 129,236
Twentieth Judicial Circuit
685. Lump Sum --.--. -----.--.------.------. 196,209
Judicial Administrative Commission
From General Revenue Fund
686. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 6 Positions --.------------------ .------ 64,497
687. Other Personal Services _- ----____ 1,700
688. Expenses ---..----- --- .............. 21,017
689. Operating Capital Outlay --------------- --... 6,000
It is the legislative intent that the adminis-
trative staffs of the Judicial Council, Judi-
cial Disability Retirement Commission, and
Judicial Qualifications Commission be consoli-
dated for budgetary purposes under the Judi-
cial Administrative Commission.
Judicial Council
From General Revenue Fund
690. Deleted


Item Amount
691. Deleted
692. Deleted
Judicial Disability Retirement Commission
From General Revenue Fund
693. Deleted
Judicial Qualifications Commission
From General Revenue Fund
694. Deleted
695. Deleted
696. Deleted
697. Deleted
LAW ENFORCEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF
Office of Executive Director
From General Revenue Fund
698. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 20 Positions -- ..---------....---_--_-.......... 206,732
699. Expenses ---------- --------- ----..--___. 76,584
700. Operating Capital Outlay .-...------------------ 13,180
The Florida department of law enforcement with
the advice and consent of the supreme court of
Florida shall have the authority to receive and ex-
pend federal funds for the purpose of developing
and implementing a system of court disposition re-
porting.
Operations, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
701. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 129 Positions ---- ------------- -----..._ 1,370,175
702. Expenses --- _.--------------------. 718,257
703. Operating Capital Outlay ----------__-- 82,826
Administrative Intelligence, Division of
704. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 75 Positions
From General Revenue Fund _--,----------. 495,302
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund --- 211,313
705. Other Personal Services
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund -- 49,000
706. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund -- ----_ -- 340,489
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund 87,916
707. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ------- ----- 12,710
Criminal Identification and Information, Division of
708. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
84 Positions
From General Revenue Fund __---------------- 445,871
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund 154,779
709. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund -------------.--- 2,414,881
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund 71,387
710. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund __--------------- 18,528
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund 577
Training and Inspection, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
711. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
7 Positions -----.--------------.------- --. 90,220
712. Expenses -----------------------.-------- 56,147
713. Operating Capital Outlay ----------------- 6,019
Law Enforcement Data Center
From Working Capital Trust Fund
714. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 60 Positions ------------------------..- 455,001
715. Expenses ---------------------------- 1,836,725
716. Operating Capital Outlay -------- ---------- 1,765
717. Lump Sum-To Solve Power Problems _. 150,000
LAW REVISION COMMISSION
From General Revenue Fund
718. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 2 Positions -----_ ----------_- -- 26,591
719. Other Personal Services --------- ---------_. 20,620
720. Expenses --------------- --- 8,000
721. Operating Capital Outlay ........... _... 260



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Item Amount
$
LEGAL AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF AND
ATTORNEY GENERAL
From General Revenue Fund
722. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
115 Positions --------------------- 1,382,843
723. Other Personal Services --------------- 35,200
724. Expenses ...----------------------- 226,725
725. Operating Capital Outlay -------------- 45,604
LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
From General Revenue Fund
726. House of Representatives ---- ------- 5,752,580
727. Senate -- ..---------- ------- 3,642,734
728. Joint Management Committee --- -------- 1,970,230
729. Statutory Committees ------------- 97,698
729a. Legislative Commission on Migrant Labor 27,302
730. Auditor General ...-----------.-- 3,715,886
MILITARY AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
General Activities
From General Revenue Fund
731. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
69 Positions ---------------------------------- 535,502
732. Other Personal Services ---------------- 8,523
733. Expenses __ ---------------- 430,504
734. Operating Capital Outlay ---- ----------- 48,202
735. National Guard Retirement ---- -------- 117,504
Camp Blanding Management
736. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
30 Positions
From Camp Blanding Management Trust
Fund ------------------------------------ 213,114
737. Other Personal Services
From Camp Blanding Management Trust
Fund ---------..............----- -------------- 5,000
738. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ------------ 69,121
From Camp Blanding Management
Trust Fund_ __ ------------------ 11,861
739. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ------- 14,125
From Camp Blanding Management Trust
Fund ---.----... ---- ----.._ -------------. 15,065
NATURAL RESOURCES, DEPARTMENT OF
Office of Executive Director and Division of
Administrative Services
740. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 89 Positions
From General Revenue Fund --- ------ 565,910
From Motorboat Revolving Trust Fund 154,228
741. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ---- ----- 41,682
From Motorboat Revolving Trust Fund--- 6,300
742. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ----------- 286,804
From Motorboat Revolving Trust Fund 316,959
743. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ------------------- 8,086
From Motorboat Revolving Trust Fund --- 1,254
744. Grants and Aids
From General Revenue Fund --- ------- 15,750
From Motorboat Revolving Trust Fund 975,670
745. Special Categories
From Motorboat Revolving Trust Fund
Recreational Channel Marking 50,000
Public Boat Launching Facilities 50,000
Marine Resources, Division of
746. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 279 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ----------- 1,829,902
From Salt Water Products Promotion
Trust Fund _---------_--_ -------------. 98,685
From Marine Biological Research
Trust Fund ----------------- 194,319
From Coastal Protection Trust Fund 131,193
747. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ------ 73,138
From Salt Water Products Promotion
Trust Fund ---------------- 5,150
From Coastal Protection Trust Fund 5,000


Item Amount
$
748. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund -- ------- 419,500
From Motorboat Revolving Trust Fund 212,164
From Salt Water Products Promotion
Trust Fund ----------------------- 147,216
From Marine Biological Research
Trust Fund ----------------------- 213,184
From Coastal Protection Trust Fund ----- 104,475
749. Operating Capital Outlay
From Motorboat Revolving Trust Fund 268,791
From Salt Water Products Promotion
Trust Fund ------------------ -------- 29,428
From Marine Biological Research
Trust Fund ------------------------ ------------- 82,600
From Coastal Protection Trust Fund 30,846
750. Grants and Aids
From Marine Biological Research
Trust Fund ------------------- 100,000
751. Erosion Control Account
From General Revenue Fund --- ----- 950,000
Interior Resources, Division of
752. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 42 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ------------- 336,295
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund 56,944
753. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ---- ----- 37,826
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund 28,000
754. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ---- ----- 215,883
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund -- 16,000
755. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ---- ------ 13,685
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund 10,000
756. U.S. Geological Survey Co-Op Agreements
From General Revenue Fund -------- 135,000
From U.S. Cooperative Trust Fund 575,000
757. Water Resources Development Account (a)
From General Revenue Fund
Lump Sum -------------------- 2,805,000
(a) Monies appropriated herein are for ac-
quisition of water storage lands and matching
funds for construction of works in the major
water management districts. No monies are
included for other waterways or for construc-
tion or relocation of highway bridges. It is
the intent of the Legislature that the Depart-
ment of Transportation shall plan and con-
struct or relocate necessary highway bridges
in the major water management districts
upon request of the Department of Natural
Resources, from primary road funds available
to the Department of Transportation.
Provided, further, that in item 757 above the
following will apply: Use these funds for no
other priority other than that specified; both
districts, where feasible, will charge a fee for
recreational areas involved; transfer of boats
between locks fee should be charged.
Provided, however, that in the activities of
resource development and production pertain-
ing to regulation and control of off-shore
oil and gas production funding will be pro-
vided only by raising drilling fee $50 and
capping fee $35.
Recreation and Parks, Division of
758. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 424 Positions
From State Park Trust Fund _--------- 2,855,056
759. Other Personal Services
From State Park Trust Fund .._....----- 222,500
760. Expenses
From State Park Trust Fund --------_-- 1,482,912
761. Operating Capital Outlay
From State Park Trust Fund ------------- 279,455
762. Grants and Aids
From Land Acquisition Trust Fund --- 3,250,000
763. Debt Service
From Land Acquisition Trust Fund ---- 1,202,306
764. Contingent on New Construction
From State Park Trust Fund-Lump Sum 200,000



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Item Amount
$
Game and Fresh Water Fish, Division of
From State Game Trust Fund
765. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 460 Positions --.--.---- ---- ..-- .. 3,802,328
766. Other Personal Services .-------------- 75,245
767. Expenses ----- ----.-- --.------- 2,114,802
768. Operating Capital Outlay -------------------- 477,636
769. Debt Service __-----1---- --__ ---------- 135,000
770. Grants and Aids .----------------------------- 15,000
770a. Special Categories:
Study of Brown Pelican ----..----.--..--. 43,698
Research on Water Quality Problems in
Central Florida Lakes .--------..------ ---------. 50,000
Environmental Research and Protection, Division of
771. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 14 Positions
From General Revenue Fund _.----------.-----. 24,030
From Aquatic Plant Control Trust Fund -- 34,823
From Operating Trust Fund of the IITF -- 96,316
772. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ..----_-- ----- 20,485
From Aquatic Plant Control Trust Fund -- 297,384
From Operating Trust Fund of the IITF 80,000
773. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ---------- 9,125
From Aquatic Plant Control Trust Fund 8,600
From Operating Trust Fund of the IITF 29,700
774. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund _---_.- ---- ----- 500
From Aquatic Plant Control Trust Fund ___ 4,500
From Operating Trust Fund of the IITF .- 1,000
775. Grants and Aids
From Aquatic Plant Control Trust Fund --- 47,850
Provided, however, it is the intent that all
funds designated by statute for aquatic weed
research and control shall be used for these
purposes by the department of natural re-
sources under the provisions of section 372.-
925, Florida Statutes.
Provided further, that coastal zone manage-
ment and protection shall be funded entirely
from operating trust fund of the internal im-
provement fund.
PROBATION AND PAROLE COMMISSION
776. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 579 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ..------- 4,379,096
From County Administrative Trust Fund 14,460
777. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund --- ---- 9,770
778. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ------------- 735,280
From County Administrative Trust Fund 1,096
779. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund --...------ 118,098
780. Lump Sum
From General Revenue Fund --------------- 35,901
From LEAA Trust Fund --- ------- 1,447,186
PROFESSIONAL AND OCCUPATIONAL
REGULATION, DEPARTMENT OF
Office of the Secretary and
Bureau of Records Administration
From General Revenue Fund
781. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 13 Positions 120,348
782. Other Personal Services ---------- 4,500
783. Expenses ------------------------------- 124,433
784. Deleted
Notwithstanding the provisions of Sections 20.30
(9), F.S., the cost of services provided for the
examining and licensing boards during the fiscal
year 1971-72 by the office of the secretary and the
bureau of records administration shall be paid from
the general revenue fund.
Accountancy, Board of
From Operating Trust Fund
785. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
6 Positions -- --------------- 36,683
786. Other Personal Services -- --------- 29,200
787. Expenses --.-.-. ---------------- 108,215
788. Operating Capital Outlay -- -------- 3,203


Item Amount
$
Architecture, Board of
From Operating Trust Fund
789. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 3 Positions _..------------------------------- 23,404
790. Other Personal Services -----------------------17,710
791. Expenses ....... ---------------------------- 40,382
792. Operating Capital Outlay ...----------... --- 600
Chiropractic Examiners, Board of
From Operating Trust Fund
793. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 2 Positions ---------------------- 10,375
794. Other Personal Services .--------------------- 6,300
795. Expenses .. ---------------------------- 16,455
796. Operating Capital Outlay ---- ---------- 300
797. Grants and Aids --- ---------------- 4,000
Dentistry, Board of
From Operating Trust Fund
798. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 5 Positions ---------------------------------- 36,749
799. Other Personal Services ..------------------- 50,800
800. Expenses __-------_------------_------- ----- 73,492
801. Operating Capital Outlay -------------------- 1,876
Engineer Examiners, Board of
From Operating Trust Fund
802. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 6 Positions --------------------------------- 50,131
803. Other Personal Services --------------- 22,200
804. Expenses --------.--------------------------. 72,553
805. Operating Capital Outlay --------------------- 2,280
Foresters, Board of Registration of
From Operating Trust Fund
806. Expenses .......... ...---- ------------ 1,716
Funeral Directors and Embalmers, Board of
From Operating Trust Fund
807. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 5 Positions ---..---------- -------------- 35,840
808. Other Personal Services --------------------- 4,875
809. Expenses --------------------------- 32,184
810. Operating Capital Outlay ..---------------- 585
Landscape Architects, Board of
From Operating Trust Fund
811. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 1 Position ----.---- ---..---------------- 5,593
812. Other Personal Services ---------------------- 2,440
813. Expenses ---- ---------------------- 6,830
Medical Examiners, Board of
From Operating Trust Fund
814. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 15 Positions _-------------------------------- 136,813
815. Other Personal Services --------------------- 39,500
816. Expenses ------- -__ .--------------- 112,757
817. Operating Capital Outlay ------------------- 1,680
Nursing, Board of
From Operating Trust Fund
818. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 23 Positions ---------------------- 177,281
819. Other Personal Services .------------------ 14,917
820. Expenses .....------------------------------ 130,303
821. Operating Capital Outlay ------------------- 3,238
Optometry, Board of
822. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 2 Positions
From Operating Trust Fund -------- ------ 8,339
823. Other Personal Services
From Operating Trust Fund ---- ---------. 19,875
824. Expenses
From Operating Trust Fund -------------- 17,793
825. Operating Capital Outlay
From Operating Trust Fund -.--.-.-......-. 220
826. Scholarships
From General Revenue Fund -.----------. 18,000
Osteopathic Medical Examiners, Board of
From Operating Trust Fund
827. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 3 Positions ... -- .... ....------------ 21,430


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Item Amount
$
828. Other Personal Services --- ........----.---- 16,300
829. Expenses _----------------__--------------- 40,769
830. Operating Capital Outlay ---------------- 605
Pharmacy, Board of
From Operating Trust Fund
831. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
12 Positions --------------. ---------------- 122,991
832. Other Personal Services -------------------- 27,500
833. Expenses -------------------------- 70,292
834. Operating Capital Outlay ----------------------- 750
Podiatry Examiners, Board of
From Operating Trust Fund
835. Other Personal Services -------- ------- 600
836. Expenses ---------- 5,094
837. Operating Capital Outlay ---------------------- 300
Psychology, Board of Examiners of
From Operating Trust Fund
838. Other Personal Services ---------------------- 1,800
639. Expenses ------------ ----_----- 2,234
Veterinary Medicine, Board of
From Operating Trust Fund
840. Other Personal Services --------------------- 15,412
841. Expenses -------------------- ------------ 7,123
Barbers' Sanitary Commission
From Operating Trust Fund
842. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
11 Positions -- ----------------------- 76,844
843. Other Personal Services --------------------- 10,900
844. Expenses ------- ----------------- 66,017
845. Operating Capital Outlay ------------------- 800
Construction Industry Licensing Board
From Operating Trust Fund
846. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
18 Positions ------------------------- 167,792
847. Other Personal Services ---------------------- 6,000
848. Expenses----- ----------- --------- 119,728
849. Operating Capital Outlay --------------------- 1,050
Cosmetology, Board of
From Operating Trust Fund
850. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
25 Positions --_.---- ------------------------ 157,490
851. Other Personal Services ---- --------------- 6,000
852. Expenses ----------------------------- --- 155,477
853. Operating Capital Outlay --------------------- 3,110
854. Grants and Aids ----- --------------- 1,000
Massage, Board of
From Operating Trust Fund
855. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
1 Position ........------------------- ----------- 3,463
856. Other Personal Services ---------------------- 3,902
857. Expenses ------------- --------------------- 4,105
Naturopathic Examiners, Board of
From Operating Trust Fund
858. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
1 Position -----..--....------------------ --- 789
859. Other Personal Services ---------------------- 110
860. Expenses ---.-----------------------------. 378
Nursing Home Administrators, Board of
Examiners of
From Operating Trust Fund
861. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
1 Position -------------------------------- 2,438
862. Other Personal Services ---------- 2,000
863. Expenses ---------------- 25,100
864. Operating Capital Outlay ----------- --------- 100
Opticians, Board of Dispensing
From Operating Trust Fund
865. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching of
1 Position ------ ----------------- -------- 3,132
866. Other Personal Services ------- -- 2,800
867. Expenses -------.......... -------- 8,081
868. Operating Capital Outlay ----------------- --.. 250


Item Amount
Real Estate Commission
From Operating Trust Fund
869. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
54 Positions----------- 419,300
870. Other Personal Services __ __ 33,150
871. Expenses 270,811
872. Operating Capital Outlay -------------------- 1,828
873. Grants and Aids -------------------- 27,350
Sanitarians' Registration Board
From Operating Trust Fund
874. Other Personal Services ----------------------- 1,684
875. Expenses----- ------------ 1,483
Watchmakers' Commission
From Operating Trust Fund
876. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
2 Positions ------------__- -13,515
877. Other Personal Services ......---------------- 200
878. Expenses --- ----------- --- ------. 5,165
879. Operating Capital Outlay ...... ......-- 1,125
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
From Regulatory Trust Fund
880. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
213 Positions ------- -------..------ 2,052,211
881. Other Personal Services ---------- 57,050
882. Expenses ----- ----- ---------------- 710,373
883. Operating Capital Outlay --------__ ........-- 36,401
REVENUE, DEPARTMENT OF
Office of the Executive Director and
Division of Administration
884. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
87 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ----_---- 627,095
885. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund -- --- 8,000
886. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ---_-_ 85,052
From Administrative Trust Fund 188,370
887. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund _- 28,503
Excise Tax, Division of
888. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
457 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ---_-__ 3,149,661
From Gasoline Tax Trust Fund 138,416
889. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund --------- 14,700
From Gasoline Tax Trust Fund -- 4,000
890. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund -- 1,236,919
From Gasoline Tax Trust Fund -------- 51,642
891. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ----- 48,997
From Gasoline Tax Trust Fund ...---- 1,230
892. Special Categories
From General Revenue Fund
Commissions to Tax Collectors and
Others ....-----... __.... ------.---... .. 415,000
National Federation of Tax Examiners 4,100
893. Deleted
Property Tax, Division of
From Intangible Tax Trust Fund
894. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
93 Positions ----_ ------------ 733,947
895. Other Personal Services ---------- 24,723
896. Expenses --- ---- 343,215
897. Operating Capital Outlay ------.- 8,567
898. Special Categories
County Tax Forms ----------- --------- 550,000
Commissions to Tax Collectors ....----- 2,000,000
SECRETARY OF STATE AND
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Office of the Secretary and Division of
Administrative Services
From General Revenue Fund
899. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 81 Positions ......-----. ...........- .... 634,072



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Item Amount
900. Deleted
901. Expenses ------ ----- _- ------.-----_ 290,035
902. Operating Capital Outlay .---_---------------- 3,510
Archives, History and Records Management,
Division of
903. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 45 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ---------------- 330,110
From Archives, History and Records
Management Trust Fund ---..------------------- 66,056
904. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund __-.-------------- 25,277
From Microfilm Revolving Trust Fund --- 37,088
From Archives, History and Records
Management Trust Fund --------------------- 5,000
905. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund --------------- 85,841
From Archives, History and Records
Management Trust Fund .....----------------- 40,707
From Microfilm Revolving Trust Fund --- 53,560
906. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ------------------- 8,832
From Archives, History and Records
Management Trust Fund ....-----.------------ 24,354
Corporations, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
907. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 96 Positions .-----.---..----------------- 578,387
908. Other Personal Services ------- -------. 11,833
909. Expenses -- --------- ---------------- 122,702
910. Operating Capital Outlay ....-----.---------- 1,680
Elections, Division of
911. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 22 Positions
From General Revenue Fund -------------- 153,292
912. Other Personal Services
From General Revenue Fund ....---------_--- --- 3,055
913. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ---------------- 58,182
From Publications Revolving Trust Fund 19,785
914. Operating Capital Outlay
From General Revenue Fund ------ ---------- 3,250
914a. Lump Sum-Special Election on Corporate
Income Tax
From General Revenue Fund ---.----------_ 1,500,000
State Library Services, Division of
915. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 49 Positions
From General Revenue Fund -.---.. ---------- 151,955
From Library Services Trust Fund _... 129,723
From Book Processing Center Trust Fund 89,090
916. Other Personal Services
From Library Services Trust Fund --... 13,236
From Book Processing Center Trust Fund 1,785
917. Expenses
From Library Services Trust Fund ----- -- 85,369
From Book Processing Center Trust Fund 32,426
918. Operating Capital Outlay
From Library Services Trust Fund -....--- 66,100
From Book Processing Trust Fund --- ... 960
919. Grants and Aids
From General Revenue Fund _---- --. -- 500,000
From Library Services Trust Fund ........ 756,465
From Library Construction Trust Fund 400,000
Provided, however, the limitation of $50,000
total grants per county as provided in section
257.17, F.S., shall be of no force and effect
during the fiscal year 1971-72.
Provided, however, notwithstanding the pro-
visions in section 257.17, F.S., municipal
libraries whose services are available to the
entire county and which meet minimum
standards established by the Secretary of
State are eligible for grants.
Cultural Affairs, Division of
Office of the Division Director
920. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 3 Positions
From General Revenue Fund -------- 34,708


Item Amount
921. Deleted
922. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ..-------------. 18,650
923. Deleted
924. Grants and Aids
From Fine Arts Council Trust Fund. 100,000
Historic Pensacola Preservation Board
From General Revenue Fund
925. Lump Sum for Transfer to Administrative
Trust Fund _.. --------------..- .--------- 135,000
Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board
From General Revenue Fund
926. Lump Sum for Transfer to Operating
Trust Fund ....-----..-- ..------ ---.--------- 226,190
From Operating Trust Fund
927. Lump Sum _-----...---------.---- ------ 143,201
Historic Tallahassee Preservation Board
From General Revenue Fund
928. Deleted
Ringling Museum of Art, Board of Trustees of
the John and Mable
929. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 73 Positions
From General Revenue Fund ---------------- 174,480
From Incidental Trust Fund ----------- ----- 292,263
930. Other Personal Services
From Incidental Trust Fund ----.---------......--. 46,180
931. Expenses
From Incidental Trust Fund ------------------ 241,434
932. Operating Capital Outlay
From Incidental Trust Fund ..------- ------.. 11,184
From Investment Trust Fund ..--------------- 33,000
Asolo State Theatre of Florida
From Incidental Trust Fund
933. Lump Sum .. -------------------.. --- 286,200
Stephen Foster Memorial Commission
934. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 31 Positions
From Operating Trust Fund ...---- ----------- 190,855
935. Other Personal Services
From Operating Trust Fund -- 13,953
936. Expenses
From General Revenue Fund ------------------ 38,374
From Operating Trust Fund ---- ------ 108,872
937. Operating Capital Outlay
From Operating Trust Fund .------. .. 10,250
938. Grants and Aids
From General Revenue Fund .... --... ---.. 1,000
From Operating Trust Fund ---------------- 1,000
TRANSPORTATION, DEPARTMENT OF
Office of the Secretary and Division of
Administration
From Primary Trust Fund
939. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 1,329 Positions --- -- --- ---------. 9,178,865
The entire Weight Troop, (Troop I) seventy-
one (71) patrol positions and six (6) support
positions, and sixteen (16) support positions
of the Turnpike Troop (Troop K), have been
deleted from the positions authorized in this
item. It is the intent of the Legislature that
these positions be transferred on July 1, 1971
to the Department of Highway Safety and
Motor Vehicles.
940. Other Personal Services ---------- 367,986
940a. Florida Highway Patrol Services -...--... 2,386,736
940b. Appraisal Services -------------------... 2,033,615*
941. Expenses -..--.._ .......-------- -----. 4,382,387
942. Operating Capital Outlay .-- .- 922,764
942a. Rights-of-Way 100,096,076**
943. Debt Service --.---- -----..---. ------... 330,000
Transportation Planning, Division of
From Primary Trust Fund
944. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 350 Positions 3,366,411
945. Other Personal Services -.-------------. 134,445



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Item Amount
$
945a. Engineering and Planning Consultants --- 2,434,900*
946. Expenses --------------------------------------- 458,819
947. Operating Capital Outlay .-..-..-----. --------- 45,508
Mass Transit, Division of
From Primary Trust Fund
948. Salaries, Retirement and S. S. Matching
of 39 Positions --...----------------------- 429,746
949. Other Personal Services -------------------------- 7,215
949a. Engineering Consultants ------------------------ 469,049*
950. Expenses -----------_ ------ -------- -------- 70,372
951. Operating Capital Outlay ------------------------- 17,825
952. Grants and Aids -------------------- 6,527,025
From Public Transportation Trust Fund
953. Deleted
Road Operations, Division of
From Primary Trust Fund
954. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 8,461 Positions ----------------------- 59,044,531
955. Other Personal Services --------------------------- 776,814
955a. Engineering Consultants ..------------------- 8,380,061*
956. Expenses -------- 12,619,780
956a. Prison Labor Services -------------------------- 3,718,424
957. Operating Capital Outlay------------- 5,736,351
957a. Road Construction Contracts -----__ 300,288,231**
A detailed list of projects for 1971-72 equal
to the amount appropriated along with the
budget item numbers for all projects is to be
furnished the State Comptroller by the De-
partment of Transportation. The Comptroller
shall maintain records so that information is
readily available as to the amounts paid on
contracts of prior years, the budget item
number and amounts paid on current years
contracts, and whether or not current year
projects are included on the detailed list of
proposed projects for 1971-72 or fulfill the
provisions of section 334.21 (5) (a), Florida
Statutes.
958. Debt Service --..----- --------------- ------------ 288,112
*The funds contained in the above items shall be
released and used for no other purpose than
appraisal services, planning, and/or engineering
services directly related to a transportation facility
or study, as outlined in their legislative budget or
work program.
**$27.98 million for Rights-of-Way and $56.17 mil-
lion for Road Construction for which no detail was
furnished pursuant to 334.21, Florida Statutes,
shall not be released until the Department of
Transportation submits a detailed listing of pro-
jects upon which to spend these funds to the De-
partment of Administration, Appropriations Com-
mittees, and the State Comptroller. No portion of
these funds shall be expended except for projects
contained on the aforementioned list.
Provided, however, of the funds appropriated in
item 942, an amount not to exceed six hundred
thousand dollars ($600,000) shall be used to pur-
chase a suitable aircraft for the Governor, and such
aircraft shall become a part of the aircraft pool.
No portion of the funds herein appropriated shall
be expended on planning, design, construction, or
otherwise connected with a fixed capital outlay
project of the department.
No portion of any funds appropriated to the depart-
ment shall be used to promote the public image
of the department or any division thereof.
Burns Data Center
From Working Capital Trust Fund
959. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching of
95 Positions ----.-- -------------- 657,695
960. Other Personal Services ------------------ 18,500
961. Expenses ..--.-.----. ------------ 886,296
962. Operating Capital Outlay ---...........-- -- 11,890
_____________

TOTAL OF SECTION I
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND ._..... 1,319,057,894
FROM TRUST FUNDS .................----- ----. 1,395,195,069


Item Amount
$
Section 2. The moneys in the following items are appro-
priated from the named funds for the 1971-72 fiscal year to
the Electronic Data Processing Division of the Department of
General Services for the centers indicated, as the amounts to
be used to pay the salaries and other expenditures of the named
data centers.
It is the intent of the legislature that the electronic data
processing division of the department of general services shall
assume complete control and supervision of the designated data
centers in this section, including accounting, purchasing, per-
sonnel and other administrative services for the purpose of pro-
viding adequate data processing services to the various users of
these centers. Further, the electronic data processing division of
the department of general services is directed to provide pro-
gramming and coordination, to the end that all centers function
efficiently and economically and render all possible service to
the state departments and agencies serviced.
Each center will bill the user for services performed, based
upon a cost allocation system which will include a percentage
of machine time, overhead, etc. Bills to the user will be for
services performed and not a percentage of that amount appro-
priated to that agency for data processing services provided,
however, that the Department of Administration may transfer
funds appropriated for the payment of data processing serv-
ices between departments to carry out the purpose of this sec-
tion, and to permit departments to meet their data conversion
requirements in the event the OCR center does not perform ef-
ficiently and economically, and is unable to meet these require-
ments.
CARLTON DATA CENTER
From Working Capital Trust Fund
1. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 96 Positions ------------------------------------- 726,433
2. Expenses ---------------- ------------------- 1,114,745
3. Operating Capital Outlay ----------------------- 13,000
LARSON DATA CENTER
From Working Capital Trust Fund
4. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 47 Positions ---------------------- 358,328
5. Expenses ------------------------- 300,803
6. Operating Capital Outlay ------------------- 4,017
MAYO DATA CENTER
From Working Capital Trust Fund
7. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 54 Positions ---------------------- 408,852
8. Other Personal Services .---------- .------- 6,280
9. Expenses --------------------------------------------274,541
10. Operating Capital Outlay ..------------------------- 8,232
OCR DATA CENTER
From Working Capital Trust Fund
11. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching
of 5 Positions --....-- -----------7 ----------- 42,628
12. Expenses ..-.. ------------------- --------------- 271,997
13. Operating Capital Outlay ------------------------ 3,218
__________

TOTAL OF SECTION 2. FROM TRUST FUNDS $ 3,533,074
Section 3. The sum of four million dollars ($4,000,000) is
appropriated from the general revenue fund to be distributed to
individual school districts for capital outlay purposes for criti-
cal facility needs for specialized equipment necessary for the ini-
tiation of programs for exceptional children in accordance with
criteria and priorities to be established by the state board of
education. Such appropriation is in addition to the established
capital outlay funds for public school programs.
Section 4. The monies in the following items are hereby re-
appropriated from the general revenue fund to the Department
of General Services for the named agencies for capital outlay-
buildings and improvements for the fiscal year 1971-72 as listed
herein; provided, however, that no contract shall be entered into
or any of the funds encumbered in any manner without the ap-
proval and consent of the Department of General Services. The
sums designated herein may be transferred to appropriations
for the same purposes made during the 1970-71 fiscal year and
certified forward pursuant to Section 216.301, Florida Statutes;
provided, however, if the amount to fully complete any building,
project, or improvement in the particular item under any agency
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Item Amount
$
revenue fund for capital outlay-buildings and improvements, is
less than the specific amount designated for such item then, not-
withstanding the provisions of Chapter 69-106. Laws of Florida,
Section 31(4) (u) the surplus amount in that behalf may be used
to supplement the amount designated for any other items under
the same agency by and with the approval of the Administration
Commission where it determines that a deficiency exists in such
item.
AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES,
DEPARTMENT OF AND COMMISSIONER
Plant Industry, Division of
1. Biological Control Unit ------------------- 191,424
2. Metal Screenhouse ------------ 11,520
COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF
Commercial Development, Division of
3. Addition to Welcome Station-I-75 .----------. 36,768
EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF
Florida School for the Deaf and Blind
4. Air conditioning of Bloxham and Wartmann
Cottages, instructional activity rooms, addi-
tions to Bloxham and Wartmann Cottages
and partial construction of student activity
space at Moore Hall --.----------------. 349,440
HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES,
DEPARTMENT OF
Adult Corrections, Division of
5. Multi-Treatment Complex-Apalachee .------. 289,131
Youth Services, Division of
6. Academic and Vocational Building-Marianna 800,138
Mental Health, Division of
7. Florida Mental Health Institute-Tampa ------- 4,897,958
8. Plumbing and Electric Warehouse Addition-
Florida State Hospital --_...-- ----------------.... 133,632
Retardation, Division of
9. Expansion of Existing School Building-
Marianna ------- --------------------------------. 270,448
10. Class-i-torium and Parents Visiting Area-
Orlando -------------------------------- 103,680
11. Maintenance Shod Addition-Miami -...--_----- 121,920
12. Recreation and Resident Services Building-
Gainesville ---------.. --. -- ---------------.. 398,880
Health, Division of
13. Regional Laboratory Building-Miami --------- 528,000
JUDICIAL BRANCH
14. Supreme Court
Elevator-South Wing of Library _.----------- 29,760
NATURAL RESOURCES, DEPARTMENT OF
Recreation and Parks, Division of
15. Lump Sum ----------_ ----------------- 700,000
STATE, DEPARTMENT OF
Cultural Affairs, Division of
16. John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art:
Residence-Air Conditioning and
Rehabilitation ---....---.-_ ...--------------- 152,352
___________

TOTAL OF SECTION 4
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND $ 9,015,051
Section 5. The sum of two hundred fifty thousand dollars
($250,000) is appropriated from the general revenue fund to the
department of administration to be used solely to supplement
the appropriations made from the general revenue fund for
capital outlay--buildings and improvements during the 1970-71
fiscal year as a result of price increases in construction costs.
Section 6. The monies in the following items are appropriated
from the named funds to the department of general services for
the named agencies for capital outlay-buildings and improve-
ments for the 1971-72 fiscal year as listed herein; provided,
however, that no contract shall be entered into or any of the
funds encumbered in any manner without the prior approval and
consent of the department of general services. The sums herein
designated in respect to each item are the maximum sums ap-
appropriated hereby and to be expended for the respective items
listed.


Item Amount
$
Provided further that the responsibility for maintaining the
appropriate accounting records may be delegated by the depart-
ment of general services to the named agencies herein for all
capital outlay appropriations, including those certified forward
by the department of administration on July 1, 1970, and sub-
sequent fiscal years.
Management and accounting procedures for capital outlay ap-
propriations shall be developed by the department of general
services and approved by the department of administration in
consultation with the auditor general.
AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES,
DEPARTMENT OF AND COMMISSIONER OF
AGRICULTURE
Forestry, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
1. Cary State Forest Environmental Education
Center ---------- --------------. 20,000
2. Jackson Trail Recreation Facility -_-- 5,000
3. First Phase, BRSF Environmental Educa-
tion Center ---------.-----------------------------.. 59,550
4. Bedroom Addition, Keri Towerhouse .------------ 2,200
5. Bunnell Shop Addition ..--..-------------.----.---- 1,000
6. Shop Security Fence ----.----------_ -- ------- 1,000
7. Shop Security Fence --_____-----------__ -_ 1,000
8. Shop Security Fence -----_---,__- ------ 1,000
9. Lump Sum -------------------------------- 50,450
Inspection, Division of
From General Inspection Trust Fund
10. Interstate 10 Road Guard Inspection Sta-
tions -- --- 34,750
Marketing, Division of
From General Inspection Trust Fund
11. Lump Sum -----------,--------___._ 103,910
Plant Industry, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
12. Doyle Conner Building Warehouse --3------ 3,828
13. Doyle Conner Building Research Green-
houses --------- ---- ---_-- ------ 25,000
14. Biological Control Unit ------_----_-_-- 75,000
From Nursery Inspection Trust Fund
15. Doyle Conner Building Quarantine Green-
house --------- --------------------------- 58,950
Standards, Division of
From General Inspection Trust Fund
16. Land Acquisition & Planning-Port Ever-
glades Laboratory ------------ 140,000
COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF
Labor and Employment Opportunities, Division of
17. Caldwell Building Annex
From Workmen's Compensation Adminis-
trative Trust Fund .....------ --------------- 210,000
From Special Employment Security Ad-
ministration Trust Fund ..-------------------. 40,000
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
Emergency Government, Division of
18. Improvement-Emergency Operation Cen-
ter-Wildwood
From General Revenue Fund -------._----------. 650
From U. S. Contributions Trust Fund ----- 650
EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF
Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind
From General Revenue Fund
19. Renovation and Air-Conditioning of Voca-
tional Building -- 24,000
20. Preventive Maintenance on Roofs --___- 55,500
21. Extension of the Fire Hydrant System .__. 23,000
22. Relocation of Sewer Lines-Final Phase __ 46,000
GENERAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF
Building Construction and Maintenance, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
23. Capitol Renovation & Roof Repair ----------. 50,000
24. Fire Escapes-Capitol -------------......... 100,000
Funds appropriated in item 24 are to be
used for fire escapes only. Funds in item
23 are to be used for capitol renovation and
roof repair. No portion of these funds in
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Item Amount
$
other fund or used for any other purpose.
The sum of $23,000 from item 23 above is
included for renovation of Governor's Offices.
25. Capitol Center Heating-Feasibility Plan _---- 35,000
26. Capitol Center Electrical Distribution --..--- ---- 40,000
HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES,
DEPARTMENT OF
Corrections, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
27. Miscellaneous Repairs and Renovation
Florida Correctional Institution --------------- 190,918
28. Laundry Equipment-Glades Correctional
Institution ---- ------------------------------------- 58,138
29. Incinerators-Florida State Prison --------- 28,140
30. Sewage-Water Plant-Apalachee
Correctional Institution ------------------------- --- 400,079
31. Floor Replacement-Apalachee
Correctional Institution __..------ ---------------- 55,250
32. Miscellaneous Repairs and Renovations-
Desota Correctional Institution ----------------- 326,755
33. Minimum Security Unit Addition-
Florida State Prison --------------------------- 84,725
34. Miscellaneous Repairs and Renovation-
Glades Correctional Institution ..---------------- 27,135
35. Laundry-Desota Correctional Institution 310,314
From Industrial Trust Fund
36. Abattoir Improvements-Florida State Prison 96,413
37. Freezer Locker-Glades Correctional
Institution -..------------- -------------------- ----- 22,613
From Grants and Donations Trust Fund
38. Additional Inmate Housing or Community
Correctional Centers ----------------------------- 1,440,000
Youth Services, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
39. Boiler Room and Roof Improvements-
Criswell House -----.----------- --------------- 5,250
40. Purchase of Property-Tampa
Residential Treatment Center --------------------- 82,000
41. Recreational Courts-Florida School
for Girls-Ocala and Forest Hill ...-- ------------ 17,224
42. Maintenance Shop-Florida School
for Girls-Ocala and Forest Hill ...-------------- 57,160
43. Resident Housing Addition-Ft. Clinch
Youth Services Camp ..---------------------------- 26,320
44. Trailer Spaces-Florida School for
Boys at Okeechobee _------------------------- ----- 5,000
Mental Health, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
45. Fire Safety Deficiency Correction-
Florida State Hospital -------------------------- 219,000
46. Miscellaneous Repairs and Renovation-
South Florida State Hospital ......--.-------.------ 139,836
47. Electrical Renovation-South Florida
State Hospital --------------------------------------- 95,480
48. Steam Line Replacement-South Florida
State Hospital ------- ------------- 125,489
49. Air Conditioning Treatment Building-
Florida State Hospital -------------------- 238,493
50. Air Condition and Remodel Treatment
Building-G. Pierce Wood Memorial Hospital 1,054,956
51. Air Condition Treatment Building-
Northeast Florida State Hospital ...--_.4-- 508,693
52. Air Condition Geriatric Building-
South Florida State Hospital ..------------- 583,296
53. Shop Addition and Storage-South
Florida State Hospital ------------- 96,205
Retardation, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
54. Miscellaneous Repairs and Renovation-
Gainesville 358,000
55. Air Conditioning Completion--Gainesville. 250,000
56. Reroofing Hospital, Laundry and
Heating Plant-Tallahassee -----. .-. 63,780
57. Elevator Renovation-Orlando ------- 80,000
58. Additional Boiler-Orlando ------------------ 25.000
59. Reroofing 35 Buildings-Ft. Myers .....--.- 192,063
60. Miscellaneous Repairs and Renovation-Ft.
Myers ---------------------- 30,076
61. Warehouse-Orlando -------------- 29,820
62. Recreation and Resident Services Building
Supplement-Gainesville .--.--- --...- _------ 10,000


Item Amount
$
63. Maintenance Office-Ft. Myers ...----.-------- 6,000
64. Equipment for Special Educational Facility-
Marianna -------------------------- 30,000
Health, Division of
From General Revenue Fund
65. Incinerator-W. T. Edwards Tuberculosis
Hospital --------- ---------------- 33,000
66. Hospital Air Conditioning-W. T. Edwards
Tuberculosis Hospital --_------------------------- 874,650
67. Window Replacement-A. G. Holley State
Hospital and W. T. Edwards Tuberculosis
Hospital --------------------- --------- 221,000
68. Warehouse and Parking Planning-Jackson-
ville ---- -------------------------- 5,000
69. Regional Laboratory Building-Miami .---- --- 572,000
HIGHWAY SAFETY AND MOTOR VEHICLES,
DEPARTMENT OF
From General Revenue Fund
70. Addition to General Headquarters ...-----.-- 2,100,000
71. Additional Facilities and Additions and Im-
provements to Present Facilities ------------- 500,000
INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST FUND,
BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE
From Operating Trust Fund
72. Capitol Center Expansion --- ..........----- 300,000
MILITARY AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
From General Revenue Fund
73. Land Acquisition -------------------------------- 7,500
NATURAL RESOURCES, DEPARTMENT OF
Recreation and Parks, Division of
74. Lump Sum-Land Acquisition and Develop-
ment
From Land Acquisition Trust Fund .------- 6,066,000
From Primary Road Trust Fund ----------- 638,000
75. Recreational Park for Handicapped
From General Revenue Fund ---------------- 37,500
From Land Acquisition Trust Fund --- 37,500
Provided, however, funds herein appropriated
from the Primary Trust Fund shall be used
for paving needs at the following state
parks:
Lake Kissimmee State Park, Wekiwa Springs
State Park, Ponce de Leon Springs State
Park, Oscar Scherer State Park, Ochlocknee
River State Park, Sebastian Inlet State Park,
Apollo State Park, Caladesi Island State
Park, Ichetucknee Springs State Park, Cape
Florida State Park, Kingsley Plantation His-
toric Memorial, Jonathan Dickinson State
Park, Collier-Seminole State Park, Hills-
borough River State Park, Anastasia State
Park, and Blackwater River State Park.
TRANSPORTATION, DEPARTMENT OF
From Primary Trust Fund
76. Naples Sub-Maintenance Shop & Warehouse 100,000
77. Orlando Maintenance Yard ------------------------ 245,250
78. Pasco Maintenance Office ------------------------- 40,250
79. Pasco Crew Headquarters ..------------------------ 21,400
80. Sebring Maintenance Shop & Warehouse .. 21,300
81. Sarasota Maintenance Office Addition 9,700
82. Jacksonville Offices .....--------- ...----------- 50,000
83. Palm Beach Soils Lab -------------------- 202,400
84. Belle Glade Crew Headquarters ------ ------ 15,000
85. North Dade Crew Headquarters ----- ------ 20,900
86. Gainesville Laboratory Renovation ----------- 10,000
87. Gainesville Equipment Shop __--------------- 8,750
88. Polk County Office ------------------------ 90,000
89. Lake City Warehouse, Shop & Office Renova-
tion -------------- __------------------- 10,000
90. Mayo Crew Headquarters .------------------ 12,400
91. North Jacksonville Crew Headquarters ... 15,900
92. Baldwin Sub-Maintenance Yard Fencing 2,000
93. Lake City Maintenance Yard Paving ---. 10,000
94. Chipley Office Addition ..... .. -------- 3,118
95. Flammable Material Storage Building .... 6,000
96. Marianna Shop Addition ------------------- 12,800
97. Chipley Laboratory Renovation -..-------- --- 7,500
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Item Amount
$
99. Holopaw Storage Area Fencing -_----- ------ 1,600
100. Cocoa Service Facilities --------------------- 3,000
101. Citrus County Work Crew Storage --..-------- 15,000
102. Gainesville Research Building Renovation 10,000
103. Gainesville Test Pit Expansion .---.------------. 13,900
104. North Brevard Work Crew Storage -_----------- 15,000
____________

TOTAL OF SECTION 6
FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND 10,780,423
FROM TRUST FUNDS --- ---------------- 10,164,654
Section 7. There is hereby appropriated from the general
revenue fund the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000)
per day for each day of any special session of the legislature,
to be allocated pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 11, F.S.
Section 8. There is hereby appropriated the amounts nec-
essary from the general revenue fund to reimburse the senate
appropriation and the house appropriation the actual expenses
of witnesses appearing under the provisions of Article III,
Section 5, of the Florida Constitution and Chapter 11, Florida
Statutes.
Section 9. Deleted.
Section 10. No state moneys appropriated in this act to the
department of health and rehabilitative services, division of
health in items 543-553 or to the division of family services
in items 515-542 shall be used to pay travel expenses or out-
of-state tuition of individuals receiving educational leaves,
grants or scholarships. Provided, however, out-of-state tuition
may be paid in those instances in which authorized courses are
not offered in the state university system.
Section 11. Notwithstanding the provisions of section
216.292, F.S., any amounts appropriated for the divisions in
the department of health and rehabilitative services may be
transferred, with the approval of the department of administra-
tion if it determines the best interests of the state will be
served, to the division of family services to maximize federal
funding to pay for the care and treatment of patients, inmates,
or to render other authorized services.
Section 12. Notwithstanding the provisions of section 402.17,
F.S., any funds received for the treatment or care of patients,
based upon the federal social security act as amended, by an in-
stitution in the divisions of mental health or retardation may be
deposited into a trust fund for the operation of the division with
the approval of the department of administration.
Section 13. The division of youth services of the department
of health and rehabilitative services is hereby authorized to as-
sume full responsibility for the operation of the juvenile deten-
tion home (Youth Hall) and the Kendall and Parkway Training
Schools of Dade County, or any one or combination of these, as
a pilot project to test the feasibility of state-operated detention
and treatment facilities; provided, however, that the Metropolitan
Dade County Commissioners shall:
(1) complete its fixed capital outlay project to construct a
new detention facility to replace the Walter H. Beckham Youth
Hall; and,
(2) each year, contribute one-half () of the total operating
cost of said facilities (or at least that amount sufficient to meet
federal matching funds), except that the maximum annual con-
tribution required shall not exceed $1,750,000. Further, the Board
of Instruction of Metropolitan Dade County shall first agree to
continue to provide a quality and variety of educational services
not less than is currently being provided to the residents of
Walter H. Beckham Youth Hall and the Dade County Detention
Homes.
The legislative authorization to the division of youth services
to enter into the agreements and perform the services described
above is contingent upon the acquisition of sufficient federal
funds to undertake the proper operation of said facilities with-
out requiring the expenditure of State of Florida General
Revenue funds. The department of health and rehabilitative
services is mandated to develop federal funding proposals and
apply for all available federal funds to carry out the purpose of
this section. The department may bring other counties or facil-
ities into the pilot project if there are sufficient federal funds
for program expansion.
Section 14. The funds provided the division of youth services
of the department of health and rehabilitative services for pro-


nation and intake services for juvenile courts are intended to
include intake services for all referrals of children who are de-
pendent, delinquent, or in need of supervision.
Section 15. With respect to item 525, the department of health
and rehabilitative services is authorized to expend moneys from
the state welfare trust fund in addition to that amount herein
authorized for child welfare services, for expanded dependent
child services to juvenile courts, in the event such expenditures
are required for the proper performance of the department's
duties to provide casework services for dependent children, pro-
vided that (1) such additional funds are available under current
federal funding programs without the necessity for additional
general revenue cost, and (2) the expenditure is approved by the
department of administration after submittal of a financial plan
indicating the additional positions and related expenses required.
Section 16. It is the intent of the legislature that the appro-
priation provided by item 520a., be used to encourage and pro-
mote the adoption of hard-to-place children who are residing in
foster home care.
Section 17. Method of obtaining part of the cost of providing
the services provided in items 528 and 529 of section 1 of this
act:
(a) Although the state is responsible for the full portion of
the state's share of the matching funds required in the medical
assistance program for the needy under the social security act
as amended, which state's share is as shown in this act, the
state, in order to acquire a certain portion of these funds, shall
charge the counties for certain items of care and service as
hereafter provided.
(b) County participation which began January 1, 1970, is
continued, and each county shall participate in the following
items of care and service:
(1) Payments for inpatient hospitalization in excess of twelve
(12) days.
(2) Payments for nursing home or intermediate facility care
in excess of one hundred and twenty dollars ($120) per month.
(c) County participation shall be thirty-five percentum
(35%) of the total cost of providing the above items.
(d) Each county shall set aside sufficient funds to pay for
items of care and service provided to the county's eligible re-
cipients, regardless of where in the state the care or service
is rendered, in those items of care and service in which the
counties participate. Each county shall pay into the general
revenue fund unallocated its pro rata share of the total county
participation based upon statements rendered by the depart-
ment of health and rehabilitative services, division of family
services. The comptroller shall withhold from the cigarette tax
receipts or any other funds to be distributed to the counties
the individual county share which has not been remitted within
thirty (30) days after billing.
(e) In any county where there is located a special taxing
district or authority which will benefit from the medical assist-
ance programs contemplated by this act, the board of county
commissioners may divide the county's financial responsibility
for this purpose proportionately and each such authority or
district shall furnish its share to the board of county commis-
sioners in time for the board to comply with the requirements
of subsection (d) above. Appeals of the aforesaid proration
by the board of county commissioners shall be made to the
comptroller who shall then set the proportionate share of each
party.
Section 18. Appropriations made in items 221-224, to the
division of universities of the department of education may
be transferred notwithstanding the provisions of section
216.292, F.S., between institutions of higher learning with the
approval of the department of administration upon its de-
termination that such transfers are necessary because of shifts
in the number of full-time equivalent students budgeted at each
institution, or for other justifiable reasons, in order to ade-
quately provide the necessary services at each institution which
the department of administration determines to be in the best
interests of the state.
Section 19. Appropriations made in items 221-224 to the
division of universities may be transferred to appropria-
tion accounts of the individual institutions by the division of
universities with the approval of the department of admin-
istration.



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Section 20. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary
established by resolution, from those waivers of out of state
tuition fees authorized in determining the incidental trust fund
in items 221 through 224, the Athletic Department at Florida
Agricultural and Mechanical University shall receive at least
seventy-five waivers of out of state tuition fees for each of
the first three quarters and eighteen waivers for the fourth
quarter.
Section 21. The revenue bonds authorized to be issued pur-
suant to Section 8 of Chapter 70-95, Laws of Florida, Acts of
1970, may be issued and delivered to the purchasers thereof
after July 1, 1971. The provisions of Section 8 necessary to
deliver said bonds after July 1, 1971, shall remain in effect
after such date.
Section 22. There is hereby appropriated to the board of
regents for fixed capital outlay-buildings and improvements,
a maximum of $28,000,000 to be derived from the sale of reve-
nue certificates supported by the capital improvements fee
and such other funds as may be pledged for tne payment of
debt service thereon under the authority granted by Chapter
243, Florida Statutes. The proceeds of said revenue certificates
shall be allocated to the several universities by the board of
regents with the confirmation of the state board of education.
Proceeds from said revenue certificates may be combined with
bond funds secured in accordance with Section 9, Article XII,
of the State Constitution, or with grants and donations,
matching funds, funds from the University System Capital
Improvements Revolving Trust Fund, from sources other than
state funds, or by a combination of such funds.
Section 23. It is the intent of the legislature that the uni-
versities should make all efforts to increase productivity in
teaching and place a lesser emphasis on administration and
research activities. The productivity factors which resulted
in faculty positions in this act are based upon this change of
emphasis. Teaching productivity and skills as measured by
objective criteria shall be the principal factor in granting tenure
or continuing the employment of instructional personnel, and
tenure, promotion and continued employment shall not be
denied solely for failure to publish.
Section 24. The department of general services, division of
building construction and maintenance, is hereby authorized to
levy and assess the costs of supervision of the construction of
every fixed capital outlay project, as owner-representative on
behalf of the state, to be transferred to the architects incidental
trust fund of said division from appropriate construction funds
from time to time, subject to the approval of the department
of administration.
Section 25. The salaries of the following officers shall be as
provided by current law and shall be paid at the annual rates
indicated below:
Governor ..-.--------------------.----------------$ 36,000
Lieutenant Governor ------------------------------ 34,000
Secretary of State ------------------------------- 34,000
Comptroller -- --------- --------------- 34,000
Treasurer, State ----------------------- 34,000
Attorney General .--.. ---------.---.------------ 34,000
Education, Commissioner of .-...------------------- 34,000
Agriculture, Commissioner of ---------------------- 34,000
Supreme Court Justices (7) ---.------------------ 34,000
Judges-District Courts of Appeal (20) --.-- 32,000
Judges-Circuit Courts (139) ------_--.---------_.-- 30,000
Commissioners-Public Service Commission (3) 30,000

Section 26. Salaries of judges of district courts of appeal and
judges of circuit courts; limitations:
Provided that no judge of a district court of appeal or a
judge of a circuit court shall receive from any county or
municipality any supplemental salary.
Section 27. Salaries and other related costs of state attorneys
offices; limitations:
(a) Funding formula.
It is the intent of the legislature to establish an equitable
funding formula for the distribution of state funds to the offices
of the state attorneys. Thus, the appropriations in items 666-685
above are based on a funding formula computed on a population
basis, as follows: 90 cents per capital for those counties where
the state attorney prosecutes all felonies; 30 cents per capital
for those counties where the state attorney prosecutes only


capital cases; provided that in the second, eighth, thirteenth
and fifteenth judicial circuits additional sums were added to
continue such circuits at substantially the current level of
funding for fiscal year 1970-71.
(b) No County supplements.
Except as herein provided, no county shall appropriate or
contribute funds to the operation of the offices of the various
state attorneys or for the salaries of the various state attorneys
from and after the current fiscal year of the counties ending
September 30, 1971; provided, however, that in those counties
having a population of less than one million persons according
to the 1970 U.S. official decennial census, in which the state
attorney prosecutes misdemeanors, said counties may supple-
ment the operation of the offices of the state attorney, but said
appropriated funds shall not be in excess of an amount equiva-
lent to 40 cents per capital. Those counties having a population in
excess of one million persons according to the 1970 U.S. official
decennial census in which the state attorney prosecutes misde-
meanors and/or traffic offenses and/or violations of metro-
politan code ordinances, may appropriate supplementary funds
not in excess of 65 cents per capital, for the appropriate prosecu-
tion of such misdemeanors, traffic offenses or violations of
metropolitan code ordinances.
(c) County services.
The state attorneys shall be provided by the counties with-
in their judicial circuits at not less than the 1970-71 standard,
with such office space, utilities, and services as may be neces-
sary for the proper and efficient functioning of these offices.
State funds, where available, may be utilized to provide such
services.
(d) Salaries of state attorneys.
(1) The salaries of the state attorneys to be paid by the
state who elect to serve on a full-time basis, as provided in sub-
section (2) shall be as follows: $25,500 each per annum in the
first, third, ninth, fifteenth, sixteenth, eighteenth and nineteenth
judicial circuits; $26,500 each per annum in the tenth and thir-
teenth judicial circuits; $28,000 per annum in the seventh judi-
cial circuit; $28,500 each per annum in the second, fifth, eighth,
twelfth, fourteenth and twentieth judicial circuits; $29,000 per
annum in the sixth and seventeenth judicial circuits; $30,000 per
annum in the fourth judicial circuit; and $32,000 per annum in
the eleventh judicial circuit. The state attorneys so serving full
time shall not receive from any county or municipality any sup-
plemental salary, except in those counties where the state at-
torney also prosecutes traffic offenses or violations of metro-
politan code ordinances.
(2) The amount necessary to pay the salaries of the state
attorneys in those judicial circuits having a population of
300,000 or more is included in the appropriations for said judi-
cial circuits shown under items 666-685 above as part of the
funding formula allocation to said circuits. The amount neces-
sary to pay the salaries of the state attorneys in those judicial
circuits having a population of less than 300,000 according to
the 1970 U. S. official decennial census, is appropriated to
said circuits in addition to the amounts allocated for said judi-
cial circuits under the funding formula.
(e) Salaries of assistant state attorneys.
(1) There shall be no full-time assistant state attorney
paid from state funds in a judicial circuit unless the state
attorney of said circuit has elected to serve full time.
(2) No assistant state attorney shall be paid in excess of
$12,000 per annum unless the state attorney has elected to
serve full time.
Section 28. Salaries and other related costs of public defend-
ers; offices; limitations:
(a) Salaries of public defenders.
The salaries of the public defenders to be paid by the state,
based on a full-time service, as provided in subsection (b)
shall be $21,500 each per annum; provided that no such public
defender shall receive from any county or municipality any
supplemental salary which shall make his total salaries exceed
$27,000 per annum; provided, however the fourth judicial cir-
cuit shall not exceed $28,500; provided, however, any supple-
ment now provided by local or special acts, to the extent it
does not conflict with the maximum salary herein fixed, shall
not be affected or repealed by this provision. If the public



72 JOURNAL OF THE HOITTE OF REPRESENTATIVES Junne 1. 1971


defender elects not to serve full-time, his salary to be paid
by the state shall be $11,500 per annum.

(b) If the public defender elects to serve full-time, he shall
submit an affidavit to the clerk of the circuit court with
certified copies sent to the judicial administrative commission
and the department of administration.

(c) There shall be no full-time assistant public defender paid
from state funds in a judicial circuit unless the public de.
fender of said circuit has elected to serve full-time.

Section 29. Full-time service as contemplated in items 646-
685 of this act shall mean that the person occupying the
position of state attorney, assistant state attorney, or public
defender shall not otherwise engage in the practice of law or
accept any compensation in addition to their salary for any
legal service.

Section 30. Notwithstanding the provisions of chapter 27,
Florida Statutes, the state attorneys and the public defenders
shall determine the number of authorized positions to be paid
from their respective appropriations.

Section 31. Where any reorganization has been authorized by
the 1969, 1970 and 1971 Legislature and the necessary adjust-
ments of appropriations and positions have not been provided
for, then, notwithstanding the provisions of section 216.292,
Florida Statutes, the administration commission may approve
the necessary transfers to accomplish the purposes of such re-
organization.

Section 32. In regard to the funds appropriated in section 1,
items 89-92 from the regulatory trust fund, it is the intent
of this legislature that there is hereby created a regulatory
trust fund under the division of finance of the department of
banking and finance. All funds received pursuant to chapters
494, 516, 519, 520, 543, 559-parts I and IV, and 657, Florida
Statutes, shall be deposited into the regulatory trust fund. All
trust funds heretofore created in the above mentioned chapters
are merged into and become a part of the regulatory trust fund.
All moneys collected pursuant to the aforementioned chapters
and heretofore deposited in the general revenue fund are here-
after deposited in the regulatory trust fund except, if the unen-
cumbered balance exceeds two hundred thousand dollars ($200,-
000.00) on June 30, 1972, then the excess of two hundred thou-
sand dollars ($200,000.00) shall be transferred to general revenue
unallocated. Abandoned property under chapter 717, Florida
Statutes, shall be administered by the division of finance of
the department of banking and finance and shall be funded
from funds available in the regulatory trust fund.

Section 33. None of the moneys appropriated in this act to
the executive branch may be contracted for or expended for con-
sultant services in the field of electronic data processing for
what is known in the trade as hardware or software without the
prior approval of each contract or obligation by the department
of general services; provided, however, that this section shall
not apply to the electronic data processing exempted under the
provisions of section 23.032, Florida Statutes; provided further,
that this section shall not apply to electronic computerized sys-
tems used solely for the purpose of control and surveillance of
motor vehicular traffic on streets and highways.

Section 34. A state agency, financed jointly in this act by
appropriations from the general revenue fund and a trust fund,
may transfer moneys released from a general revenue fund
salaries appropriation to a trust fund salaries account for the
purpose of processing centralized payroll expenditures, the pro-
visions of section 216.292, Florida .Statutes, notwithstanding.

Section 35. Where any trust fund is abolished by the 1971
Legislature and the revenues of said trust fund are deposited in
the general revenue fund the appropriations in this act from
such trust fund are hereby appropriated from the general
revenue fund.

Section 36. Moneys appropriated in section 1, items 16, 17,
19 and 19a to the department of administration are to be used
to supplement only those appropriations of named agencies in
section 1 which are to be financed, partially or wholly from
the general revenue fund during the 1971-72 fiscal year. When
the emergency, deficiency or contingent need arises, the alloca-
tion approved in accordance with the provisions of section
216.231, Florida Statutes, may be transferred to the affected
agency's account in the state treasury.

Allocations from the contingent appropriation item may be
approved for the following purpose:



Section 1, item 19. Relocation, and expenses provided such
expenditures are needed to facilitate operating staff effi-
ciency in accordance with the governmental reorganization
act of 1969 and subsequent legislation.

No money appropriated in section 1, items 16, 17, and 19
shall be used to create any new agency or function or for
attorney fees, increases of salaries or the construction of addi-
tional buildings.

Section 37. No individual filling a position authorized in
items 1-962 of section 1 of this act for any state agency may
be transferred to or his services utilized by any other state
agency, except as specifically authorized by law, or unless the
using agency pays for such services which are in excess of one
(1) week.

Section 38. Where any agency has been abolished and there is
a cash balance remaining in any trust funds of said agency,
such balance is hereby appropriated for transfer to the general
revenue fund.

Section 39. Notwithstanding the provisions of any laws in
conflict herewith, the secretary of the department of administra-
tion, may delegate to any agency or department authority to
add and delete positions when such delegation would enable the
agency or department to more effectively administer its au-
thorized and approved programs. No agency or department,
however, can add positions in excess of the total number of
authorized positions approved in its operating budget; provided
further, that the annual salary rate as included in the approved
operating budget as of June 30 of the current fiscal year of all
positions added and established pursuant to this authority
shall not exceed the annual salary rate of all positions deleted
hereunder during the same fiscal year. At the beginning of each
month, the head of the agency or department shall report in
writing, any actions taken under this authority during the pre-
ceding month to the secretary of administration, the chairman
of the legislative appropriations committees, and to the auditor
general. This report shall contain such information as prescribed
by the secretary of administration.

"Deletes and adds" means the abolishment of an authorized
position or positions from an agency's operating budget, and
the addition of a different position or positions in lieu thereof.

Section 40. Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 215.18
and 215.32, Florida Statutes, any balance is appropriated from
the working capital fund during the 1971-72 fiscal year for
transfer to the general revenue fund. Transfers of this appro-
priation shall be made only after the state administration com-
mission determines that insufficient monies are available in the
general revenue fund to meet the appropriations from said
fund during the 1971-72 fiscal year.

Section 41. It is the intent of the Legislature that the director
of planning and budgeting simplify the budget format of the
operating budgets as authorized in section 216.181, Florida
Statutes.

Section 42. It is the intent of the legislature that all security,
custodial and maintenance personnel and functions of state
office buildings located in the capitol center be in the depart-
ment of general services,, therefore, notwithstanding the pro-
visions of section 216.292, Florida Statutes, the administration
commission may approve the necessary transfers to accomplish
such intent.
Section 43. The board of regents may use funds herein ap-
propriated to establish any university existing at the time this
bill becomes law, as a regional university by the co-merging of
two or more universities as they deem feasible to reduce costs
of higher education; provided, however, that this language
shall not apply where the principal facilities of two universities
are located in the same county.
Section 44. If it becomes necessary to restrict enrollment in
the state university system the upper division junior college
transfer students shall be restricted only after the other levels
have been restricted to below current levels.
Section 45. Where any data processing centers or motor
pools are established during the 1970-71 and 1971-72 fiscal
years pursuant to law, and the necessary adjustments of appro-
priations and positions have not been provided for, then, not-
withstanding the provisions of section 216.292, Florida Statutes,
the administration commission may approve the necessary
transfers to establish these activities.



June 18, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 73


Provided, it is the intent of the legislature that the specific
assignments of aircraft in the present aircraft pool be dis-
continued, and that the aircraft pool be financed from the
appropriations in items 336 through 339 of section 1 of this act;
that all state officials and employees may utilize such aircraft
pool with the governor, then the lieutenant governor and the
cabinet receiving first priority; that all persons receiving trans-
portation from said pool be charged a rate of not less than ten
(10) cents per passenger mile, and that such fees be deposited
in the general revenue fund unallocated.

Section 46. Any section of this act, or any item herein con-
tained, if found to be invalid or vetoed by the governor without
overriding action of the Legislature shall in no way affect other
sections or other items contained in this act.

Section 47. This act shall take effect on July 1, 1971.

Mr. Harris moved that the House accept and adopt in its en-
tirety the Report of the Conference Committee on SB 13-C.

Pending consideration thereof, the absence of a quorum was
suggested. A quorum of 110 Members was present.

The question recurred on the motion by Mr. Harris, which was
agreed to.

The question recurred on the passage of SB 13-C, as amended
by the Conference Committee Report. The vote was:


Yeas-69

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Birchfield
Brown
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
D'Alemberte
Dubbin
Earle
Featherstone

Firestone
Fleece
Fortune
Fulford
Gautier
Gillespie
Gorman
Grizzle
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Holloway
Jones
Kershaw
Lancaster
MacKay

Matthews, H.
Melvin
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nichols
Ogden
Powell
Randell
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Sackett
Savage
Shaw

Sims
Singleton
Sweeny
Sykes
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Whitworth
Winn
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Nays-33

Baumgartner
Blackburn
Burke
Caldwell
Danahy
Dixon
Elmore
Forbes
Gibson

Grainger
Gustafson
Johnson
Kennelly
Lane
Libertore
Mattox
McDonald
Milburn

Nergard
Poole
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Sessums
Shreve
Spicola
Thomas
Tillman

Tubbs
Walker
Whitson
Williamson
Wilson
Wolfson


So the bill passed, as amended by the Conference Committee
Report. The action of the House, together with SB 13-C and
Conference Committee Report thereon, was ordered certified to
the Senate.

Pair Votes

I am paired with Representative Culbreath. If he were present
he would vote Nay, and I would vote Yea on passage of SB 13-C.
Representative Tom Gallen

I am paired with Representative Glisson. If he were present
he would vote Nay, and I would vote Yea on passage of SB 13-C.
Representative Wayne Hollingsworth












I am paired with Representative Harllee. If he were present
he would vote Yea, and I would vote Nay on passage of SB 13-C.
Representative Elvin L. Martinez
I am paired with Representative Westberry. If he were
present he would vote Yea, and I would vote Nay on passage of
SB 13-C.
Representative Miley Miers
I am paired with Representative Ryals. If he were present he
would vote Nay, and I would vote Yea on passage of SB 13-C.
Representative James L. Redman
I am paired with Representative Dick Clark. If he were
present he would vote Yea, and I would vote Nay on passage of
SB 13-C.
Representative Dave Smith
I am paired with Representative Poorbaugh. If he were
present he would vote Yea, and I would vote Nay on passage of
SB 13-C.
Representative Tommy Stevens

Explanation of Vote on SB 13-C

I voted for the appropriations bill, SB 13-C, because I feel
we need a final vote today. I regret the action of the Senate on
forcing such a poor appropriations bill on the State and, most
particularly, due to its effect on education at all levels.

This action of the Senate, once again, points up the deficiency
of our bicameral system and the need for a change in govern-
men t to the unicameral Legislature.
Representative William G. Zinkil, Sr.

Without objection, the House proceeded to the order of-

Introduction and Reference

By the Committee on Appropriations-

HB 71-C-A bill to be entitled An act making supplemental
appropriations to the 1971 general appropriations act to pro-
vide monies for the minimum foundation program K-12; com-
munity colleges; capital outlay grades one (1) through twelve
(12); amending section 287.16, Florida Statutes; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and taken up by unanimous
consent.

On motion by Mr. Harris, the rules were waived and HB
71-C was read the second time by title.

Representative Shaw offered the following amendment:

On page 3, line 19, strike all of Section 5 and insert the
following:

Section 5. No funds provided for in item 942 of the 1971
general appropriations act shall be used to purchase aircraft,
and that item 942 shall be reduced by the sum of six hundred
thousand dollars ($600,000).

Mr. Shaw moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Shaw offered the following amendment:

In title, line 9, strike "amending section 287.16 Florida Stat-
utes;" and insert the following: amending item 942 of the 1971
general appropriations act;

Mr. Shaw moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.




74 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES June 18, 1971


Representative Gustafson offered the following amendment:

On page 3, strike lines 13 and 14 and insert the following:
twelve million three hundred six thousand dollars ($12,306,-
000.00) which shall be

Mr. Gustafson moved the adoption of the amendment.

Pending consideration thereof, on motion by Mr. Nichols,
the amendment was laid on the table. The vote was:


Pending consideration thereof, on motion by Mr. Reed, the
amendment was laid on the table. The vote was:


Yeas-60

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Burke
Chapman
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Craig
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon

Dubbin
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gautier
Gillespie
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway

Kennelly
Kersnaw
Lancaster
Lane
MacKay
Martinez
Melvin
Milburn
Mixson
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Reeves

Renick
Rish
Sessums
Spicola
Sweeny
Tobiassen
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Whitworth
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Nays-40

Brown
Caldwell
Cherry
Clark, David
Crabtree
Crane
Earle
Gallen
Gibson
Gorman

Grizzle
Gustafson
Hazelton
Johnson
Jones
Libertore
Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Mooney

Moudry
Poole
Powell
Randell
Reed
Robinson, J. W.
Savage
Shaw
Sims
Singleton

Smith
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Trombetta
Walker
Whitson
Williamson
Wilson


Representative Sessums offered the following amendment:

On page 1, strike everything after the enacting clause and
insert the following:

Section 1. There is hereby appropriated from the general
revenue fund to the department of education, division of ele-
mentary and secondary education for the minimum foundation
program for kindergarten and grades one (1) through twelve
(12) eight million eight hundred seventy-seven thousand eight
hundred seventy-seven dollars ($8,877,877.00) which shall be
added to and become a part of the appropriation contained in
item 202, section 1, 1971 general appropriations act, for the
purpose of carrying out the provisions of section 236.07, Flor-
ida Statutes.

Section 2. There is hereby appropriated from the general
revenue fund for fiscal year 1971-72 to the department of ed-
ucation, division of community colleges for the minimum foun-
dation program two million eight hundred nine thousand two
hundred thirty dollars ($2,809,230.00) which shall be added to
and become a part of the appropriation contained in item 214,
section 1, 1971 general appropriations act. These monies shall
be used to provide the equivalent of one hundred thirty-four
(134) additional instruction units for growth, and the remainder
shall be distributed to each community college on a pro-rata
basis for each instruction unit determined pursuant to the
provisions of section 230.764, Florida Statutes, as amended by
chapter 70-94, Laws of Florida.

Section 3. There is hereby appropriated the principal and
interest of the state school fund to the department of educa-
tion, division of elementary and secondary education, which
shall be distributed to each district school board on a pro-rata
basis for each pupil in average daily attendance in grades one
(1) through twelve (12) for the 1970-71 school year for non-
recurring capital outlay to provide kindergarten facilities and
vocational-technical facilities in the secondary schools.

Section 4. This act shall take effect July 1, 1971.

Mr. Sessums moved the adoption of the amendment.

Pending consideration thereof, on motion by Mr. Reed, the
amendment was laid on the table. The vote was:


Yeas-57

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Burke
Caldwell
Cherry
Clark, David
Conway
D'Alemberte
Dubbin
Earle
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece

Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gorman
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartriett
Hazelton
Hector
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Kershaw
Lancaster

MacKay
Matthews, H.
McDonald
Moudry
Murphy
Nergard
Nichols
Poole
Powell
Randell
Reed
Renick
Sims
Sweeny
Thomas

Tillman
Tittle
Trombetta
Tubbs
Turlington
Walker
Whitson
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Yancey

Nays-42

Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Chapman
Clark, J. R.
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Danahy
Dixon

Elmore
Forbes
Fortune
Gallen
Grainger
Hess
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Lane
Libertore

Martinez
Mattox
Melvin
Milburn
Mooney
Nease
Ogden
Redman
Reeves
Rish
Savage

Sessums
Shaw
Shreve
Singleton
Spicola
Stevens
Tobiassen
Tucker
Tyrrell


Representative Sykes was recorded as voting Yea, and Repre-
sentatives Alvarez, Fleece, Nichols, and Wolfson changed their
votes from Yea to Nay.

Representative Savage offered the following amendment:

On page 3, strike everything after the enacting clause and in-
sert the following: Section 1. There is hereby appropriated the
principal and interest of the state school fund to the department
of education, division of elementary and secondary education,
which shall be distributed to each district school board on a pro-
rata basis for each pupil in average daily attendance in grades
one (1) through twelve (12) for the 1971-72 school year for non-
recurring capital outlay to provide kindergarten facilities and
vocational-technical facilities in the secondary schools.

Section 2. This act shall take effect July 1, 1971.

Mr. Savage moved the adoption of the amendment.

Pending consideration thereof, on motion by Mr. Reed, the
amendment was laid on the table. The vote was:

Yeas-56

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Birchfield
Brown
Burke
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Craig
D'Alemberte
Dixon

Dubbin
Elmore
Featherstone
Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Grainger
Harris
Hartnett
Hector

Hess
Hollingsworth
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Melvin
Milburn
Moudry
Nease
Nichols
Ogden
Powell
Reeves
Renick

Shaw
Singleton
Sweeny
Thomas
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Turlington
Tyrrell
Westberry
Whitworth
Winn
Wolfson
Yancey

Nays-41

Baumgartner
Blackburn
Caldwell
Chapman
Crabtree
Crane
Danahy

Earle
Fleece
Gorman
Grizzle
Gustafson
Hazelton
Johnson

Jones
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald

Mixson
Mooney
Murphy
Nergard
Randell
Redman
Reed



June 18, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 75


Rish
Savage
Sessums
Sims

Spicola
Stevens
Sykes
Tillman

Tubbs
Walker
Whitson
Wilson

Zinkil


Mr. Reed moved the previous question, which was agreed to.

On motion by Mr. Harris, the rules were waived and HB
71-C, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage,
the vote was:

Yeas-72

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Brown
Caldwell
Chapman
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
D'Alemberte
Dixon
Dubbin
Featherstone

Firestone
Fleece
Fortune
Gallen
Gautier
Gillespie
Grainger
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Holloway
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Libertore
MacKay

Martinez
Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Milburn
Mixson
Murphy
Nease
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W.

Shaw
Shreve
Singleton
Smith
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tittle
Trombetta
Tucker
Turlington
Whitworth
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil


Nays-26

Blackburn
Burke
Clark, David
Danahy
Earle
Elmore
Fulford


Gibson
Grizzle
Hazelton
Hess
Johnson
Lane
Matthews, H.


Mooney
Moudry
Nergard
Reeves
Savage
Sessums
Sims


Spicola
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Walker
Whitson


So the bill passed, as amended, and was ordered engrossed.

Pair Votes

I am paired with Representative Poorbaugh. If he were
present, he would vote Nay and I would vote Yea on passage
of HB 71-C.
Representative Gwen Cherry

I am paired with Representative Forbes. If he were present,
he would vote Yea and I would vote Nay on passage of HB
71-C.
Representative William D. Gorman

I am paired with Representative Glisson. If he were present,
he would vote Nay and I would vote Yea on passage of HB
71-C.
Representative Wayne Hollingsworth

I am paired with Representative Westberry. If he were
present, he would vote Yea and I would vote Nay on passage
of HB 71-C.
Representative Miley Miers

I am paired with Representative Williamson. If he were
present, he would vote Nay and I would vote Yea on passage
of HB 71-C.
Representative Gordon W. Tyrrell

I am paired with Representative Sackett. If he were present,
he would vote Yea and I would vote Nay on passage of HB
71-C.
Representative Roger H. Wilson











Without objection, the House proceeded to-

Consideration of House Bills of a Local Nature

HB 43-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Hillsborough
County; amending subsection (2) of 2 of chapter 71- Laws
of Florida, (House Bill 1928, 1971 session), to provide for and
clarify the annual compensation of the judge of the Hillsborough
County civil court of record; providing an effective date.

On motion by Mr. Danahy, agreed to by two-thirds vote,
HB 43-C was withdrawn from the Committee on Community
Affairs and taken up and read the second time by title.

On motion by Mr. Danahy, the rules were waived and HB
43-C was read the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:


Yeas-93

Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece
Forbes

Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gorman
Harris
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
HollingswortI
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox

McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Savage
Sessums
Shreve
Sims

Singleton
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Nays-6

Birchfield
Crane

Grainger
Hartnett

Tillman

Whitson

So the bill passed and was ordered immediately certified to
the Senate.


By Representatives Johnson, Tillman, and Crabtree-
H
B 47-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the salary
of the County Judge of Highlands County, Florida, amending
Florida Statute 44.12 from 15,500.00 to 19,000.00, providing an
effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Community Affairs, consent for its introduction by
the required Constitutional two-thirds vote having been given
earlier.

On motion by Mr. Danahy, agreed to by two-thirds vote, HB
47-C was withdrawn from the Committee on Community Af-
fairs and taken up. On motions by Mr. Danahy, the rules were
waived and HB 47-C was read the second time by title and the
third time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-93

Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Chapman

Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
D'Alemberte
Danahy

Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece
Forbes

Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gorman
Harris



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Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox

McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves

Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Savage
Sessums
Shreve
Sims
Singleton
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tittle
Tobiassen

Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Nays-6

Birchfield
Crane

Grainger
Hartnett

Tillman

Whitson

So the bill passed and was ordered immediately certified to
the Senate.

By Representatives Tucker and Miers-

HB 48-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Leon Coun-
ty; providing compensation for the judge of juvenile court,
pursuant to chapter 39; providing an effective date.

Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 48-C.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Community Affairs, consent for its introduction by
the required Constitutional two-thirds vote having been given
earlier.

On motion by Mr. Danahy, agreed to by two-thirds vote, HB
48-C was withdrawn from the Committee on Community Af-
fairs and taken up. On motions by Mr. Danahy, the rules were
waived and HB 48-C was read the second time by title and the
third time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-93

Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece
Forbes

Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gorman
Harris
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox

McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Savage
Sessums
Shreve
Sims

Singleton
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Nays-6

Birchfield
Crane

Grainger
Hartnett

Tillman
Whitson

So the bill passed and was ordered immediately certified to
the Senate.

By Representatives J. W. Robinson, Shreve, Tubbs, and
Powell-

HB 57-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Brevard
County; amending section 2 of chapter 71- Laws of Florida







(House Bill 2130, 1971 regular session); providing that the net
interest cost to the board of county commissioners of Brevard
County shall not exceed eight percent (8%) on the sale of cer-
tificates of indebtedness issued for the acquisition and con-
struction of county-related projects; providing an effective
date.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 57-C.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Community Affairs, consent for its introduction by the
required Constitutional two-thirds vote having been given
earlier.

On motion by Mr. Danahy, agreed to by two-thirds vote, HB
57-C was withdrawn from the Committee on Community Affairs
and taken up. On motions by Mr. Danahy, the rules were waived
and HB 57-C was read the second time by title and the third
time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-93

Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece
Forbes

Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gorman
Harris
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox

McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Savage
Sessums
Shreve
Sims

Singleton
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Nays-6

Birchfield
Crane

Grainger
Hartnett

Tillman
Whitson

So the bill passed and was ordered immediately certified to
the Senate.

By Representatives Wilson, Savage, Murphy, McDonald, and
A. S. Robinson-

HB 59-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Pinellas
County; amending 2 and 3, the initial paragraph and sub-
sections (a) and (e) of 8, and 19 of chapter 31182, Laws of
Florida, 1955; adding clarifying language both as to purpose
and jurisdiction of the Pinellas County water and navigation
authority; providing procedure for establishment of bulkhead
lines; providing an effective date.

Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 59-C.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Community Affairs, consent for its introduction by
the required Constitutional two-thirds vote having been given
earlier.

On motion by Mr. Danahy, agreed to by two-thirds vote,
HB 59-C was withdrawn from the Committee on Community
Affairs and taken up. On motions by Mr. Danahy, the rules
were waived and HB 59-C was read the second time by title and
the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:


Yeas-93

Alvarez
Andrews

Baker
Baumgartner

Blackburn
Brown

Burke
Chapman



June 18, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 77


Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece
Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie

Gorman
Harris
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Mixson

Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Savage
Sessums
Shreve
Sims
Singleton
Spicola

Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Nays-6

Birchfield
Crane

Grainger
Hartnett

Tillman

Whitson

So the bill passed and was ordered immediately certified to
the Senate.

By Representatives Wilson, Savage, Murphy, A. S. Robinson,
and McDonald-

HB 60-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Pinellas
County; providing for the establishment of an aquatic preserve;
providing restrictions upon the sale and use of submerged lands
and waters within the boundaries of the preserve; providing for
administration by the board of trustees of the internal improve-
ment trust fund; preserving riparian rights; preserving the
authority of the Pinellas County water and navigation control
authority; providing severability; providing an effective date.

Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 60-C.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Community Affairs, consent for its introduction by
the required Constitutional two-thirds vote having been given
earlier.

On motion by Mr. Danahy, agreed to by two-thirds vote, HB
60-C was withdrawn from the Committee on Community Affairs
and taken up. On motions by Mr. Danahy, the rules were waived
and HB 60-C was read the second time by title and the third
time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-93

Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece
Forbes

Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gorman
Harris
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox

McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Savage
Sessums
Shreve
Sims

Singleton
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Nays-6

Birchfield
Crane

Grainger
Hartnett

Tillman

Whitson

So the bill passed and was ordered immediately certified to
the Senate.

By Representatives Elmore, Melvin, and Fortune-

HB 61-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the City of
Valparaiso, Okaloosa County; amending article V section 19,
article IX section 39 and article 11 section 3 of chapter 9101,
Laws of Florida, being the charter of the City of Valparaiso;
providing that the City of Valparaiso may borrow money at a
rate not to exceed nine and one half percent (91/ %) for the
making of civic improvements; providing that the city may issue
special assessment certificates bearing an interest rate not to
exceed four percent (4%) above prevailing bank interest rates;
providing for qualifications for city officers; providing an effec-
tive date.

Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 61-C.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Community Affairs, consent for its introduction by
the required Constitutional two-thirds vote having been given
earlier.

On motion by Mr. Danahy, agreed to by two-thirds vote, HB
61-C was withdrawn from the Committee on Community Affairs
and taken up. On motions by Mr. Danahy, the rules were waived
and HB 61-C was read the second time by title and the third
time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-93

Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece
Forbes

Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gorman
Harris
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox

McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Savage
Sessums
Shreve
Sims

Singleton
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Nays-6

Birchfield
Crane

Grainger
Hartnett

Tillman
Whitson

So the bill passed and was ordered immediately certified to
the Senate.

By Representatives Tucker and Miers-

HB 64-C-A bill to be entitled An act creating a consolidated
charter government for Leon County and the City of Tallahas-
see; providing general and urban services districts; providing
legislative, executive, and judicial branches and providing for
the organization, powers, duties, and functions thereof; pro-
viding the powers of the consolidated government; providing
powers and procedures with respect to budget and financial
matters, including the levy of ad valorem and other taxes, ex-
penditures, investments, debt service, bonds and pledges there-
for; providing for local improvements, election of officers, re-
tirement and pension systems and miscellaneous matters; pro-






78 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES June 18, 1971


viding method of amending this charter; providing for orderly
transition of present governmental functions to the consolidated
government; providing for a special election to ratify this
charter; providing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Community Affairs, consent for its introduction by the
required Constitutional two-thirds vote having been given
earlier.

On motion by Mr. Danahy, agreed to by two-thirds vote, HB
64-C was withdrawn from the Committee on Community Affairs
and taken up. On motion by Mr. Danahy, the rules were waived
and HB 64-C was read the second time by title.

Representatives Tucker and Miers offered the following
amendment:

On page 9, beginning on line 6, strike through line 16, page
10; striking Sections 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, and 3.4 of Article 3; inserting
following new Sections 3.1, 3.2, and 3.3 of Article 3; and
renumbering the remaining Sections of Article 3:

Section 3.1. Consolidated commission created; membership.-
The legislative power of the consolidated government, except
as otherwise provided in this charter, shall be and is vested
in a consolidated commission consisting of seven (7) members,
composed of the mayor-commissioner, the mayor pro tem
commissioner, and five (5) other commissioners. Five (5) of
the commissioners shall be elected at large by the qualified
electors of the consolidated government. No commissioner shall
hold any office or employment in the consolidated government
during his term of office, except as provided in this charter.

Section 3.2. Qualifications.-All commissioners shall be quali-
fied electors of the consolidated government for a period of
one (1) year immediately preceding the date of election.

Section 3.3. Compensation.-The salary of the members of
of the commission shall be fixed by ordinance; provided, how-
ever, that said compensation shall not be more than that pro-
vided by general law for members of the board of county com-
missioners of Leon County, Florida, nor less than fifty per
cent (50%) of the amount fixed by general law.

Mr. Tucker moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representatives Tucker and Miers offered the following
amendment:
On page 10, line 21, following the word "commissioner"
insert the following: mayor or mayor pro tem

Mr. Tucker moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representatives Tucker and Miers offered the following
amendment:

On page 11, strike all of lines 11 through 14 and insert the
following: Section 3.8. Mayor; election.-The mayor shall be
elected at large by the qualified electors of the consolidated
government for a term of four (4) years.

Mr. Tucker moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representatives Tucker and Miers offered the following
amendment:

On page 12, line 3, following the word "emergency" strike
the remainder of line 3 and all of lines 4 through 13 and insert
the following: The proclamations issued by the mayor under
the provisions of this section shall have the force and effect
of law.
Mr. Tucker moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representatives Tucker and Miers offered the following
amendment:


On page 12, line 14, strike "function.-" and insert the follow-
ing: election; function.-The mayor pro tem shall be elected
at large by the qualified electors of the consolidated govern-
ment for a term of four (4) years.

Mr. Tucker moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representatives Tucker and Miers offered the following
amendment:


On page 23, strike lines 23 through 27 and insert the follow-
ing: Section 6.4. Budget. The commission attorney shall pre-
pare and submit to the controller a budget estimate of funds
for operation of the department.

Mr. Tucker moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representatives Tucker and Miers offered the following

amendment:

On page 27, line 11, following the words "sum in excess of"
strike the word "two" through the words "hundred dollars
($200.00)" on line 12 and insert the following: five hundred
dollars ($500.00)

Mr. Tucker moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representatives Tucker and Miers offered the following
amendment:

On page 52, line 22, after the word "government" insert the
following: for the supply of electric energy, gas (manufactured
or natural) or water,

Mr. Tucker moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representatives Tucker and Miers offered the following
amendment:

On page 55, strike lines 28 through 30 and lines 1 through 8
on page 56 and insert the following: In the first general elec-
tion held after the effective date of this charter, the mayor
and mayor pro ter elected shall serve for terms of four (4)
years. For purposes of qualifying an election of the other
consolidated commissioners, there shall be five (5) numerical
groups. The three (3) commissioners elected from odd numbered
groups shall be elected for two (2) years, and the two (2)
commissioners elected from even numbered groups shall be
elected for four (4) years, and thereafter the mayor, mayor
pro tem and all commissioners shall be elected for terms of
four (4) years.

Mr. Tucker moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

On motion by Mr. Danahy, the rules were waived and HB
64-C, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage,
the vote was:

Yeas-93

Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
D'Alemberte

Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece
Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie

Gorman
Harris
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay

Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Powell



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Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Savage

Sessums
Shreve
Sims
Singleton
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas

Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Whitworth

Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Nays-6

Birchfield
Crane

Grainger
Hartnett

Tillman
Whitson

So the bill passed, as amended, and was ordered engrossed.

Consideration of House Concurrent Resolution

HCR 56-C-A concurrent resolution recognizing the achieve-
ments of the Moccasins of Florida Southern College.

WHEREAS, the Moccasins of Florida Southern College, Lake-
land, Florida, have placed the State of Florida on the national
collegiate baseball map and earned for themselves a place in
the state's sports annals by winning the National Collegiate
Athletic Association College Division Baseball Championship
for 1971, and

WHEREAS, the human interest element involves an aggre-
gation of individuals as diverse as they are dedicated to team
play, men as personalities as well as athletes, and a team
which has proven itself time and time again, and

WHEREAS, the team effort applies not only to the baseball
team itself but the faculty, administration and entire student
body of Florida Southern College, and

WHEREAS, the Moccasins of Florida Southern College, play-
ing with a team composed predominately of Florida residents,
have contributed mightily to the image of the State of Florida,
a development from which all Floridians rightfully derive pride
and pleasure, NOW, THEREFORE,

Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State
of Florida, the Senate Concurring:

(1) The legislature congratulates the Moccasins of Florida
Southern College on their outstanding accomplishments in
winning the National Collegiate Athletic Association College
Division Baseball Championship for 1971.




(2) The legislature commends the administration of Florida
Southern College, and in particular Dr. Charles T. Thrift, Jr.,
President, and Mr. Thomas Greene, Director of Athletics, for
their support of the program which resulted in the develop-
ment of this splendid team.

(3) The legislature praises the coaches, Mr. Hal L. Smeltz-
ly and Mr. Charles Anderson, for a job exceedingly well done
in discovering and promoting the individual talents and then
melding these talents to produce a team able to achieve the
national heights.

(4) The legislature recognizes the outstanding athletic
achievements of Kevin Bryant, catcher, and Greg Pryor, sec-
ond baseman, in their selection as the most valuable players
of the 1971 tournament as well as the other twenty members
of the team without whose contributions the championship
could not have been achieved.

(5) The legislature requests the Secretary of State to sup-
ply, as a personal memento of this occasion a copy of this
resolution, signed by the appropriate officials, to each of the
persons named in the resolution and all members of the team
including the student manager.

-was taken up and read the second time in full. On motion by
Mr. Yancey, the concurrent resolution was adopted and im-
mediately certified to the Senate.

Engrossing Reports
June 18, 1971

Your Engrossing Clerk reports amendments to-

HB 64-C HB 71-C

-have been incorporated and the bills herewith returned.

-and the bills were ordered immediately certified to the
Senate.

Adjournment

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the House adjourned at 3:39 P.M.
to reconvene at 11:00 A.M., Monday, June 21.












THE JOURNAL OF THE FLORIDA
House of Representatives
Proceedings at Tallahassee of the Second Legislature
[under the Constitution as Revised in 1968]
SPECIAL SESSION
MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1971


The House was called to order by the Speaker at 11:00 A.M.


The following Members were recorded present:

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Caldwell
Chapman
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Forbes
Fortune
Fulford

Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.

Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Savage
Sessums
Shreve

Sims
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Excused: Representatives Cherry, Dick Clark, Danahy, Fleece,
C. Matthews, A. S. Robinson, Sackett, Santora, and Williamson.

A quorum was present.

Prayer

Prayer by Representative Julian B. Lane:

Our Father, and our God, we thank Thee for our daily
blessings, for Thy Love, for our families, for our daily
words, for the dedicated members of the Legislature and
for the privilege of serving Thee together in our respon-
sibilities here. Endow us with those qualities of life which
are well-pleasing unto Thee, that we may be Thy faithful
servants in order that our state may be a place reflecting
Thy glory and which people will be proud to call their
home. During these remaining days of this session, may we
here in this House and with our fellow-workers in the
Senate and the Governor, accomplish that which will benefit
our state and be for the good of all the people. We beseech
Thee to continue to look with Thy favor upon our nation;
make us ever mindful of our heritage as a free people;
protect those in the armed forces and the P.O.W. camps;
guide our President in his leadership and in all things make
us Thy faithful people, for this we ask in His Name. Amen.

Pledge

The Members pledged allegiance to the Flag.









The Journal

The Journal of June 18 was corrected and approved as fol-
lows: On page 46, column 2, in Division of Fruit and Vegetable
Inspection, following "From General Inspection Trust Fund",
insert "46. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching"; on page
47, column 2, in Division of Hotels and Restaurants, following
"From General Revenue Fund", insert "108. Salaries, Retire-
ment and S.S. Matching"; on page 48, column 1, in Division of
Florida Land Sales, following "From Operating Trust Fund",
insert "120. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching" and in De-
partment of Citrus, following "From Citrus Advertising Trust
Fund", insert "124. Salaries, Retirement and S.S. Matching";
on page 54, column 2, in line 10 of Item 265, strike "I & S Trust
Fund" and insert "0 & M Trust Fund"; on page 56, column 2,
in line 2 of Health and Rehabilitative Services, strike "484 488"
and insert "484-488" and in line 3, strike "216,292" and insert
"216.292"; on page 57, column 1, in Item 392, strike "90,908"
and insert "94,908"; on page 60, column 1, line 3 of Item 571,
after "Revenue" strike "Trust"; on page 61, column 1, in last
line of Item 595, add "$351,964"; on page 62, column 1, in Item
672, strike "224,862" and insert "244,862"; on page 65, column 2,
in line 3 of Item 886, after "Administrative" insert "Trust";
on page 71, column 2, line 3 of paragraph (c) County services,
after "circuits" insert "at" and in line 4 of paragraph (d)
Salaries of state attorneys, strike "$25,000" and insert "$25,-
500"

On page 73, column 2, Pair Votes on passage of SB 13-C,
change Harllee to "Yea" and Martinez to "Nay".

Record Vote

Representative Tillman was given permission to be recorded
as voting Nay on the passage of HB 71-C, which passed the
House Friday, June 18.

Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 18, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives

Sir:

I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has admitted for introduction by the required con-
stitutional two-thirds vote of all members and passed-

By Senators Gunter and de la Parte-

SB 35-C-A bill to be entitled An act authorizing the Florida
Nuclear and Space Council to embark upon a program of main-
taining the Kennedy Space Center and Cape Kennedy Missile
Launch Complex as a focal point in operations of the launch
facilities in the nation's space program; providing an effective
date.

-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.

Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Jr.
Secretary of the Senate

On motion by Mr. Shreve, consented to by the required Con-
stitutional two-thirds vote, SB 35-C, contained in the above

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message, was admitted for introduction, the Speaker having
ruled that the measure was not within the purview of the
Governor's call.

SB 35-, contained in the above message, was read the
first time by title and referred to the Committee on General
Legislation.

The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 18, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives

Sir:

I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed with amendments-

By the Committee on Judiciary, Representative Nichols,
and others-

HB 17-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to dissolution
of marriage; providing a state policy concerning dissolution of
marriages; changing the word divorce to dissolution of mar-
riage; creating section 61.043, Florida Statutes, to provide pro-
cedures for dissolution of marriage; creating section 61.044,
Florida Statutes, to abolish certain defenses; creating section
61.052, Florida Statutes, to establish a basis for dissolution of
marriage; providing that children of a dissolved marriage are
legitimate; providing for alimony for either spouse and a pro-
ceeding in case of nonsupport; providing for child support by
either parent and for child custody; providing for attorney's
fees and costs to be paid by either party; repealing sections 61.-
041, 61.042, 61.051 and 61.15, Florida Statutes; providing an
effective date.

Amendment 1-

On page 5, lines 9 through 12, section 7, strike the period
and the words "The court may receive recommendations and
reports from persons so consulted in determining the prob-
ability of reconciliation of the parties"

Amendment 2-

On page 7, section 10, strike all of lines 6 and 7 and insert
the following: The court may consider the adultery of a spouse
and the circumstances thereof in determining whether alimony
shall be awarded to such spouse and the amount of alimony,
if any, to be awarded to such spouse.

Amendment 3-
On page 16, line 3, section 21, strike the period and insert
the following: ; provided, however, that pending actions for
divorce are deemed to have been commenced on the bases pro-
vided in section 7 of this act, and evidence as to such bases
for dissolution of marriage after the effective date of this act
shall be in compliance with this act.

Amendment 4-

On page 10, line 15, section 15, after "equitable." insert the
following: The court initially entering an order requiring one
or both parents to make child support payments shall have
continuing jurisdiction after the entry of such initial order to
modify the amount of the child support payments, or the terms
thereof, where such is found to be necessary by the court for
the best interests of the child or children, or where such is
found to be necessary by the court because there has been a
substantial change in the circumstances of the parties. The
court initially entering a child support order shall also have
continuing jurisdiction after the entry of such order to require
the person or persons awarded custody of the child or children
to make a report to the court on terms prescribed by the court
as to the expenditure or other disposition of said child support
payments.

--and requests the concurrence of the House therein.

Respectfully,
Elmer O. Friday, Jr.
Secretary of the Senate


Mr. D'Alemberte moved that the House concur in Senate
Amendments 1, 2, 3, and 4.

Pending consideration thereof, Mr. Savage called for a divi-
sion of the question with regard to Senate Amendment 1.

The question recurred on the divided motion that the House
concur in Senate amendment 1. Pending consideration thereof-

Representative Savage offered the following amendment to
Senate Amendment 1:

On page 5, line 9, insert the following after the word "Con-
sultation." If there are no minor children the parties to the
marriage may file a joint affidavit with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court in the Circuit in which either party resides, stat-
ing that the marriage is irretrievably broken and that the
property rights of the parties have been settled. Within ten
(10) days after the filing of said affidavit a judgment of disso-
lution of the marriage shall be granted; or if there are minor
children

Mr. Savage moved the adoption of the amendment to Senate
Amendment 1, which failed of adoption.

The question recurred on the motion that the House concur
in Senate Amendment 1, which was agreed to.

The question recurred on the divided motion that the House
concur in Senate Amendments 2, 3, and 4. Mr. Featherstone
called for a division of the question.

The question recurred on the divided motion that the House
concur in Senate Amendment 2, which was agreed to.


The question recurred on the divided motion that the House
concur in Senate Amendment 3, which was agreed to.
Mr. Martinez moved that the House reconsider the vote
by which the House concurred in Senate Amendment 2, which
was not agreed to. The vote was:

Yeas-43

Baumgartner
Blackburn
Burke
Conway
Culbreath
Dixon
Featherstone
Fortune
Fulford
Grizzle
Harllee

Hess
Hollingsworth
Jones
Kennelly
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox
Melvin

Mooney
Moudry
Nease
Nergard
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Ryals
Savage

Sessums
Spicola
Sweeny
Sykes
Tillman
Tobiassen
Tyrrell
Walker
Wilson
Zinkil

Nays-51

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Birchfield
Brown
Chapman
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Craig
Crane
D'Alemberte
Dubbin

Earle
Firestone
Forbes
Gallen
Gibson
Gillespie
Gorman
Grainger
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Johnson

Kershaw
MacKay
McDonald
Miers
Murphy
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Robinson, J. W.
Shreve
Sims

Singleton
Tittle
Trombetta
Tubbs
Turlington
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey

The question recurred on the divided motion that the House
concur in Senate Amendment 4, which was agreed to.

The question recurred on passage of HB 17-C, as amended
by Senate amendments. The vote was:



82 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES June 21, 1971


Yeas-64

Mr. Speaker
Andrews
Baker
Birchfield
Brown
Chapman
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Craig
Crane
D'Alemberte
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Firestone
Forbes

Gillespie
Gorman
Grainger
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Mattox
McDonald

Mooney
Moudry
Nergard
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Shreve
Sims
Singleton
Stevens

Sykes
Thomas
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Yancey

Nays-36

Alvarez
Baumgartner
Blackburn
Burke
Clark, David
Culbreath
Dixon
Featherstone
Fortune

Fulford
Gallen
Gibson
Grizzle
Harllee
Hess
Hollingsworth
Kennelly
Lancaster

Lane
Matthews, H.
Melvin
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Nease
Powell
Randell

Redman
Savage
Sessums
Spicola
Sweeny
Tillman
Walker
Woodward
Zinkil

Representatives Gautier, Glisson, Gustafson, and Smith were
recorded as voting Yea, and Representative Milburn was re-
corded as voting Nay.

So the bill passed, as amended by Senate amendments. The
action of the House was ordered certified to the Senate and
the bill was ordered engrossed.

The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 18, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives

Sir:

I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has passed with amendments-

By the Committee on Appropriations-

HB 18-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to educational
loans and grants; amending subsection (2) of section 239.41,
Florida Statutes, providing that no new teaching scholarship
awards shall be made after July 1, 1971; amending section 239.-
44, Florida Statutes, providing that any monies collected by the
department of education as repayment of teaching scholarship
awards shall be deposited to the credit of the student financial
aid trust fund; amending subsection (6) of section 239.47, Flori-
da Statutes, providing that no new nursing scholarship awards
shall be made after July 1, 1971; amending subsection (5) of sec-
tion 239.52, Florida Statutes, providing that repayments on nurs-
ing scholarships shall be deposited to the credit of the student fi-
nancial aid trust fund; amending subsection (4) of section 239.-
67, Florida Statutes, by establishing eligibility criteria for loans;
amending subsections (5) and (7) of section 239.67, Florida Stat-
utes, by establishing repayment procedures for loans; providing
an increase in student fees to support the loan program; provid-
ing an effective date.

Amendment 1-

On page 7, line 3, section 6(5), strike "at its discretion" and
insert the following: under rules and regulations which shall be
adopted by the department of education.

Amendment 2--

On page 8, line 27, section 7(7), strike "shall" and insert the
following: may

-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.

Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Jr.
Secretary of the Senate


















On motions by Mr. Sessums, the House concurred in Senate
A amendments 1 and 2 to HB 18-C.

The question recurred on the passage of HB 18-C, as amended
by Senate amendments. The vote was:

Yeas-95

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Chapman
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Forbes

Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gibson
Gillespie
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez

Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nease
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Savage
Sessums
Shreve

Sims
Singleton
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey

Nays-3

Murphy

Nergard

Zinkil



Representatives Gautier, Glisson, Gustafson, and Holloway
were recorded as voting Yea.

So the bill passed, as amended by Senate amendments. The
action of the House was ordered certified to the Senate and the
bill was ordered engrossed.

Report of the Committee on Rules & Calendar

The following report was read:

The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 21, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives

Sir:

Your Committee on Rules & Calendar herewith submits as
the Special Order calendar under Rule 8.16 for Monday, June
21, 1971, the consideration of the following bills:

CS for HB 14-C-Education/Ratio study

SB 3-C-Capital outlay for education

SCR 4-C-Tuition fees

HB 52-C-Public officers & employees life insurance

SB 12-C-Documentary stamp tax

HB 55-C-Ad valorem tax exemption

Upon attainment of Calendar status, the following bill will be
placed on the Special Order Calendar:

HB 69-C-Department of Commerce/Reorganization

Your Committee further recommends for introduction the
following measure:

HB 68-C-Pinellas County/Beverage license



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A quorum of the Committee was present in person, and a
majority of those present agreed to the above report.

Respectfully submitted,
Murray H. Dubbin
Chairman, Committee on
Rules & Calendar

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the above report was adopted.

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, consented to by the required Con-
stitutional two-thirds vote, HB 68-C was admitted for later in-
troduction, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was not
within the purview of the Governor's call.

Consideration of the Special Order

CS for HB 14-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to edu-
cation; amending paragraph (9) (a) of section 236.07, Florida
Statutes, as amended by chapter 70-94, Laws of Florida; creat-
ing a new section requiring the auditor general to conduct ratio
studies; requiring certification of ratio study by April 1 in-
stead of May 1; providing for a board of appeals; providing
for delaying the application of the results of the ratio study
of assessment levels conducted by the auditor general until the
1972-73 fiscal year; defining one hundred percent (100%) non-
exempt assessed valuation; removing the requirement that if
the one thousand one hundred dollars ($1,100) annual in-
crease for current expenses other than instructional salaries
and transportation is not appropriated in full for a given year
the minimum required local effort for such year revert to the
level required for the year in which current expenses other
than instructional salaries and transportation was last fully
funded; amending section 236.0725, Florida Statutes, as amend-
ed by chapter 70-94, Laws of Florida, delaying the application
of the results of the ratio study of assessment levels until the
1972-73 fiscal year; providing that the assessment ratio study
shall be conducted only on the real property tax rolls; amending
section 236.03, Florida Statutes, by placing allocation of re-
calculation funds on the same basis as other minimum founda-
tion program funds; providing an effective date.

-was taken up on second reading, pending on motion by Mr.
Whitson to adopt the following amendment:

On page 2, line 16, after the period insert the following:
Prior to making such determination and certification the auditor
general shall conduct a public hearing thereon, after reasonable
notice to the respective assessors and counties affected, which
shall be afforded an opportunity to hear all evidence and to
offer any evidence relevant to such determination.

Pending consideration thereof-

Representative Whitson offered the following substitute
amendment:

On page 3, line 16, after the period insert the following:
Any affected county board or tax assessor shall be entitled to
obtain such review and shall be afforded reasonable notice
of hearing, an opportunity to be heard, to present evidence, to
examine all evidence and to cross-examine adverse witnesses.

Mr. Whitson moved the adoption of the substitute amend-
ment, which was adopted.

Representative Tubbs offered the following amendment:

In title, on page 1, line 9, after the semicolon insert the
following: providing that in making assessment ratio studies
the auditor general shall consider an inflation-deflation factor;

Dr. Tubbs moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Yancey offered the following amendment:


On page 6, line 26, strike "nonex mpt" and insert the fol-
lowing: nonexempt

Mr. Yancey moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative H. W. Matthews offered the following amend-
ment:

On page 4, strike all of lines 19 through 26, and on page 5,
strike all of lines 1 through 7 and insert the following: said
study, Effective with the 1972-73 fiscal year, in each school
district failing to assess at full value for the preceding calendar
year, the school district share of the minimum foundation pro-
gram cost shall be computed at a level of assessment of non-
exempt assessed valuation equal to the average of the assess-
ment ratios of those school districts in which assessments have
been determined to be equal to ninety per cent (90%) with a
tolerance factor of ten per cent (10%) plus or minus, shall be
deemed full value. For each year subsequent to the fiscal

Mr. H. W. Matthews moved the adoption of the amendment,
which failed of adoption.

On motion by Mr. Harris, the rules were waived and CS for
HB 14-C, as amended, was read the third time by title. On pas-
sage, the vote was:


Yeas-89

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Caldwell
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Forbes

Fortune
Fulford
Gallen
Gillespie
Gorman
Grainger
Gustafson
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez

Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Milburn
Mooney
Moudry
Nease
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Sessums
Shreve
Sims

Singleton
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Nays-14

Burke
Chapman
Gibson
Glisson

Grizzle
Miers
Mixson
Murphy

Nergard
Rish
Savage
Tillman

Tittle
Wilson


Representative Gautier was recorded as voting Yea, and Rep-
resentative Johnson changed his vote from Yea to Nay.

So the bill passed, as amended, and was ordered engrossed.

Recess

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the House recessed at 12:05 P.M.
to reconvene at 1:15 P. M. today.

AFTERNOON SESSION

The House was called to order by the Speaker at 1:15 P.M.

The following Members were recorded present:



84 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES June 21, 1971


Mr. Speaker

Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Caldwell
Chapman
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gallen

Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox

McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Savage
Sessums
Shreve
Sims

Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

A quorum was present.

Continuation of Consideration of the Special Order

SB 3-C-A bill to be entitled An act authorizing expenditures
for fixed capital outlay projects at junior colleges, area voca-
tional-technical centers, and institutions under the board of
regents; providing an effective date.

-was taken up and read the second time by title.

On motion by Mr. Harris, the rules were wavied and SB 3-C
was read the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:


Yeas-99

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Caldwell
Chapman
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Craig
Culbreath
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Forbes
Fulford
Gallen

Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.

Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Savage
Sessums

Shreve
Sims
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Wilson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Nays-1

Wolfson

Representatives Crane, Fortune and Winn were recorded as
voting Yea.

So the bill passed.

Subsequently, on motions by Mr. Gustafson, the House recon-
sidered the vote by which SB 3-C passed, reconsidered the vote
for third reading and the bill was placed on second reading.







Representatives Gustafson and Powell offered the following
amendment:

On page 1, lines 24 and 25, strike "Thirteen million three hun-
dred thousand dollars ($13,300,000)" and insert the following:

Fifteen million eight hundred forty thousand dollars ($15,
840,000)

Mr. Gustafson moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representatives Gustafson and Powell offered the following
amendment:

On page 2, lines 17 and 18, strike "Three million one hundred
fifty thousand dollars ($3,150,000)" and insert the following:
Two million seven hundred eighty thousand dollars ($2,780,000)

Mr. Gustafson moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representatives Gustafson and Powell offered the following
amendment:

On page 3, lines 11 and 12, strike "Eighteen million five hun-
dred fifty thousand dollars ($18,550,000)" and insert the follow-
ing: Sixteen million three hundred eighty thousand dollars
($16,380,000)

Mr. Gustafson moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

On motion by Mr. Gustafson, the rules were waived and SB
3-C, as amended, was read the third time by title., On passage,
the vote was:

Yeas-89

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Brown
Burke
Caldwell
Chapman
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Craig

Crane
Culbreath
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Forbes
Fortune

Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Libertore
MacKay

Martinez
Matthews, H.
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Mixson
Mooney
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Redman
Reed
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Savage
Shreve
Sims

Singleton
Smith
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tucker
Turlington
Walker
Westberry
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Nays-15

Birchfield
Blackburn
Fulford
Harllee

Lane
Mattox
Milburn
Moudry

Reeves
Ryals
Sessums
Spicola

Stevens
Tubbs
Tyrrell


Representative Whitson was recorded as voting Yea.

So the bill passed, as amended, and was ordered engrossed.

SCR 4-C-A concurrent resolution approving the types,
amounts and use of registration fees, tuition fees, and course
fees to be charged and collected from students enrolled in the
institutions of higher learning under the board of regents
during the 1971-72 school year..



June 21, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 85


-was taken up and read the second time in full.

Representative Sessums offered the following amendment:

On page 1, strike all after the resolving clause and insert
the following:

Section 1. The legislature hereby approves the following
registration and tuition fees to be charged each student in the
state university system for the school year 1971-72:

For students enrolled in other than the MD and DD pro-
grams in the university of Florida college of medicine and
college of dentistry; the MD program in the university of
south Florida college of medicine; in the graduate engineer-
ing education system; and in the continuing education pro-
grams:

Full Time Student Per Quarter
Undergraduate Graduate
Registration fee:
Matriculation fee $ 112.50 $ 162.50
Building fee 15.50 15.50
Student Financial fee 4.50 4.50
Capital Improvement fee 20.00 20.00
Student Financial Aid
Trust Fund fee 3.00 3.00
Activity and Service fee 34.50 34.50
________ ________
$ 190.00 $ 240.00
________ ________


Out-of-State Tuition
Tuition for non-Florida students in
addition to the registration fee and
activity and service fee $ 350.00 $ 350.00
________ ________
Minimum hours considered full time 9 9 9 9

Part Time Students Per Quarter
Undergraduate Graduate
Registration fee per student
credit hour: $ 16.00 $ 20.00
________ ________
Tuition per student credit hour
for non-Florida students in
addition to the registration fee $ 27.00 $ 27.00
________ ________
Distribution of part-time
registration fee:
Matriculation fee 87%
Building fee 13%

For Students Enrolled in Continuing Education Courses
Undergraduate Graduate
Registration fee per student
credit hour $ 19.00 $ 23.00
________ _______
Tuition per student credit
hour for non-Florida students
in addition to the registration
fee $ 27.00 $ 27.00
________ _______
For students enrolled in the MD
programs in the university of
Florida college of medicine, the
DD program in the university of
Florida college of dentistry and
in the MD program in the university
of south Florida college of medicine:

A Florida student enrolled in MD program in the colleges of
medicine or DD program in the college of dentistry will pay
a fee of $1,050 per year in installments of $350.00 each to be
paid in September, January, and March. A non-Florida student
enrolled in the MD program in the colleges of medicine or DD
program in' the college of dentistry shall pay a fee of $2,250
a year in installments of $750.00 each to be paid September,
January and March.

For students enrolled in the University
of Florida graduate engineering educa-
tion system (GENESYS)


Students enrolled in the graduate engineering education system
wll pay a fee of $60.00 per student credit hour, with a maxi-
mum fee of $375.00.

Section 2. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the building
fee, student financial aid fee, and capital improvements fee
shall be remitted to the appropriate fund in the office of the
board of regents to be allocated among the several universities
by the board of regents.

Section 3. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the student
financial aid trust fund fee shall be remitted to the appropriate
fund of the board of education to be administered by the de-
partment of education.

Section 4. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that these fees
may be adjusted by the board of regents for experimental pro-
grams of differential fees to even enrollments over four quar-
ters.

section 5. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that all or any
part of these fees may be waived by the board of regents when
deemed appropriate provided that provisions for such waiver are
included in the board's operating manual which has been ap-
proved by the state board of education and filed with the see-
retary of state; provided, however, in no case may the board of
regents waive non-resident student registration fees or tuition
for more than twenty percent (20%) of the non-resident under-
graduate and forty percent (40%) of the non-resident graduate
enrollment at any institution in the state university system.

Section 6. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that each insti-
tution in the state university system may, subject to approval
of the board of regents assess a late registration fee, not to
exeed twenty-five dollars ($25.00) against students who do
not begin their registration during the time provided under
the academic calendar adopted by the institution in which he is
in attendance.

Mr. Sessums moved the adoption of the amendment.

Pending consideration thereof, Mr. Sessums offered the
following amendment to the amendment:

On page 4, strike all after the word "than" on line 16
through line 19 and insert the following: three and one half
(3 1/2) times twenty percent (20%) of the non-resident under-
graduate enrollment and forty percent (40%) of the non-
resident graduate enrollment of the prior fall non-resident
enrollment in the state university system.
Mr. Sessums moved the adoption of the amendment to the
amendment, which was adopted.

The question recurred on the adoption of the amendment,
as amended, which was adopted.

Mr. Reed moved that the House reconsider the vote by which
the amendment, as amended, was adopted. Mr. Wolfson moved
that the motion to reconsider be laid on the table, which was not
agreed to.

The question recurred on the motion to reconsider and, with-
out objection, the motion was withdrawn.

Representatives Reed, Walker, Hollingsworth, Earle, Mattox,
and Glisson offered the following amendment:

On page 4, after line 26, insert the following:

Section 7. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, no portion of the
student activities and service fees approved herein shall be used
to compensate campus speakers who advocate, while on campus,
the following:

(1) Violent overthrow of the government of the United
States, the State of Florida, or any political subdivision there-
of;



86 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES June 21, 1971


(2) Willful destruction or seizure of the institution's build--
ings or other property;

(3) Disruption or impairment, by force, of the institution's
regularly scheduled classes or other educational functions;

(4) Physical harm, coercion, intimidation or other invasion
of lawful rights of the institution's officials, faculty members
or students; or

(5) Other campus disorder of violent nature.

Mr. Reed moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

On motion by Mr. Sessums, SCR 4-C, as amended, was
adopted and ordered engrossed.

HB 52-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public of-
ficers and employees; amending 112.12, Florida Statutes, to
authorize the payment of life insurance premiums by govern-
mental agencies for their employees; providing an effective date.

-was taken up and read the second time by title.

On motion by Mr. Chapman, the rules were waived and HB
52-C was read the third time by title. On passage, the vote
was:





Yeas-98

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Caldwell
Chapman
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway.
Craig
Culbreath
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Forbes
Fulford
Gallen
Gautier

Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harllee
Harris
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald

Melvin
Miers
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Savage
Sessums
Shreve
Sims
Singleton

Smith
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Wilson
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Nays-1

Johnson

Representatives Crane, Fortune, Milburn, and Winn were
recorded as voting Yea.

So the bill passed and was ordered immediately certified to
the Senate.

SB 12-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the excise
tax on documents; adding subsection (3) to 201.02, Florida
Statutes, as amended by chapter 70-304, Laws of Florida; re-
quiring the recording of evidence of ownership in cooperative
apartment associations; providing that no documentary stamp
tax shall be payable upon tenant-stockholder documents exe-
cuted prior to October 1, 1970; providing an effective date.

-was taken up and read the second time by title.

The Committee on Finance & Taxation offered the following
amendment:


On page 2, lines 13 through 16, strike "However, no such tax
shall be collected on a tenant-stockholder document as described
in subsection (2) if such document was executed prior to Octo-
ber 1, 1970."

Mr. Turlington moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Andrews offered the following amendment:

In title, line 10, strike "providing that no documentary stamp
tax shall be payable upon tenant-stockholder documents ex-
ecuted prior to October 1, 1970;"

Mr. Andrews moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

On motion by Mr. Turlington, the rules were waived and
SB 12-C, as amended, was read the third time by title. On
passage, the vote was:

Yeas-98

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Caldwell
Chapman
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Craig
Culbreath
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Forbes
Gallen
Gautier

Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harllee
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald

Melvin
Miers
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Savage
Sessums
Shreve
Sims

Smith
Spicola
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Nays-None

Representatives Crane, Fortune, Fhlford, Milburn, and
Stevens were recorded as voting Yea.

So the bill passed, as amended, and was ordered engrossed.

HB 55-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to ad valorem
taxation; amending subsection (5) of section 196.012, Florida
Statutes, and amending paragraphs (b) and (c) of subsection
(1), paragraph (a) of subsection (2) and subsection (3) of
section 196.199, Florida Statutes, to define further the exempt
use of governmental property; providing an effective date.

-was taken up and read the second time by title.

Representative Ogden offered the following amendment:

On page 2, line 29, and on page 3, lines 1 through 5, strike
"In considering whether governmental property leased to a
non-governmental lessee is used exclusively for a municipal,
governmental or public purpose or function, the board of tax
adjustment shall not take into consideration occasional or in-
cidental use of the property for nonexempt purposes."

Mr. Ogden moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Ogden offered the following amendment:






June 21, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 87


On page 2, line 23, after the word "when" insert the follow-
ing: and to the extent that

Mr. Ogden moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative MacKay offered the following amendment:

On page 2, line 22, after the word "state" insert the follow-
ing: shall be subject to the annual application and review re-
quirements of sections 196.011 and 196.193, Florida Statutes,
and

Mr. MacKay moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

On motion by Mr. Ogden, the rules were waived and HB
55-C, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage,
the vote was:

Yeas-33

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Brown
Clark, David
Dubbin

Featherstone
Firestone
Forbes
Fortune
Gautier
Gillespie
Grainger
Harris
Hartnett

MacKay
Martinez
Moudry
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poorbaugh
Shreve
Singleton

Trombetta
Turlington
Tyrrell
Whitworth
Wilson
Winn

Nays-67

Blackburn
Burke
Caldwell
Chapman
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
Dixon
Earle
Elmore
Fulford
Gallen
Gibson
Glisson
Gorman

Grizzle
Gustafson
Harllee
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hollingsworth
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
Matthews, H.
Mattox
McDonald
Melvin

Miers
Milburn
Mixson
Mooney
Murphy
Nease
Poole
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Savage
Sessums
Sims

Smith
Spicola
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Tucker
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Representatives Holloway and Renick were recorded as voting
Yea and Representatives Johnson, Powell and Stevens were
recorded as voting Nay.

Under the Rules, Representative Wolfson abstained from
voting.


So the bill failed to pass.
Mr. Reed moved that the House reconsider the vote by
which HB 55-C failed to pass. On motion by Mr. Hazelton, the
motion to reconsider was laid on the table.

Without objection, the rules were waived and the House pro-
ceeded to the order of-

Introduction and Reference

By Representative Reeves-

HB 25-C-A reviser's bill to be entitled An act relating to
the Florida Statutes; amending various sections to conform the
statutory language to the terminology of chapter 69-106, Laws
of Florida, the Reorganization Act of 1969; repealing various
sections and portions of sections that were rendered obsolete
by chapter 69-106, Laws of Florida.









-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Governmental Organization & Efficiency, consent for
its introduction by the required Constitutional two-thirds vote
having been given earlier.

Subsequently, on motion by Mr. Reeves, agreed to by two-
thirds vote, HB 25-C was withdrawn from the Committee on
Governmental Organization & Efficiency and placed on the
Calendar.

By Representative Firestone-

HB 54-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to mobile
homes; providing grounds for which a mobile home park owner
or operator may evict a mobile home owner; providing for
posting of regulations; providing for additional eviction pro-
ceedings in leases; authorizing tenant to raise affirmative de-
fenses; providing that no mobile home park owner or operator
shall require a resident of the park to purchase certain equip-
ment from the park, or charge an additional fee for certain
interior installations and improvements in mobile homes; pro-
viding that mobile home park owners or operators shall disclose
all fees, charges, assessments, rules and regulations to tenants;
providing that undisclosed fees, charges, and assessments shall
not be collectible; providing that mobile home park owners or
operators shall not unreasonably restrict the sale of mobile
homes within the park, require that removal of a mobile home
solely on the basis of such sale, or exact a fee for such sale
unless the park owner or operator acted as agent for the mobile
home owner in the sale pursuant to a written contract; provid-
ing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Business Regulation, consent for its introduction by
the required Constitutional two-thirds vote having been given
earlier.

Subsequently, Mr. Andrews moved that HB 54-C be withdrawn
from the Committee on Business Regulation and placed on the
Calendar, which was not agreed to by two-thirds vote.

By Representative Firestone-

HB 62-C--A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor ve-
hicle license plate taxes; amending 320.10, Florida Statutes, to
provide an exemption from payment for any local transit system
motor bus; providing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Transportation and Finance & Taxation, consent for
its introduction by the required Constitutional two-thirds vote
having been given earlier.

By Representative Miers-

HB 66-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to dentistry,
dental hygiene and dental laboratories; amending section 466.-
20, Florida Statutes, providing for an increase in compensation
to board members and modifying the procedure for payment of
expenses; providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.

By Representative Miers-

HB 67-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to dentistry,
dental hygiene and dental laboratories; amending subsections
(1) and (2) of section 466.17, Florida Statutes, providing for an
increase in the fee for annual and conditioned renewal of licens-
es; amending subsection (1) of section 466.08, Florida Statutes,
providing a salary range for the executive director of the Flor-
ida state board of dentistry; providing an effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.

By Representative Murphy-

HB 68-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Pinellas
County; authorizing the issuance of beverage licenses to golf
clubs in Pinellas County which are municipally or privately
leased, notwithstanding the provisions of 561.20(6), Florida
Statutes; providing an effective date.









88 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES June 21, 1971


Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 68-C.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Community Affairs, consent for its introduction by
the required Constitutional two-thirds vote having been given
earlier.

By the Committee on Governmental Organization & Effi-
ciency-

HB 69-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Depart-
ment of Commerce; amending Section 20.17, Florida Statutes,
to reorganize the Department of Commerce by providing for a
Division of Labor, a Division of Employment Security, a Divi-
sion of Tourism, a Division of Economic Development, a Division
of Information Services, and a Division of Administrative Serv-
ices; creating a commission for review of workmen's compensa-
tion cases and providing organization, jurisdiction, compensation
and duties of the commission; amending Sections 440.24, 440.25,
440.27, Florida Statutes, to conform to the commission; amend-
ing Section 443.11, Florida Statutes, to create a board of re-
view for unemployment compensation cases; amending Section
440.44(4) (b) to delete the requirement that the chief of work-
men's compensation be a member of the Florida Bar; providing
an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Appropriations.

HCR 70-C-Introduced June 18

HB 71-C-Introduced June 18

By Representatives Stevens, Lancaster, Redman, Mattox,
Conway, Libertore, Mooney, Sims, Gorman, Earle, Moudry,
Blackburn, Fulford, Lane, Jones, Yancey, Wilson, and Sykes-

HB 72-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to citrus,
orange stabilization act; providing that the remaining moneys
collected pursuant to a certain marketing order be held intact
until further instructions from the legislature; providing an
effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.

HB 73-C-Withdrawn

By Representative Sessums-

74-C-A bill to be entitled An act making supplemental ap-
propriations to the 1971 general appropriations act to provide
monies for the minimum foundation program K-12; community
colleges minimum foundation program; capital outlay for K-12;
providing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Education, Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.
By Representatives Shreve, Tubbs, Powell, and J. W. Robin-
son-

HB 75-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the City of
Titusville, Brevard County, Florida; amending Section 11, of
Chapter 63-2001, Laws of Florida, Special Acts of 1963, to add
a new subsection (47) to authorize the creation of the Titusville
Shoreline Authority, providing for the powers and duties of
such authority, including those duties relating to zoning in the
proposed shoreline district; amending Section 23 of s(id Chap-
ter 63-2001 to change the method of voting on matters coming
before the city council from "yea" and "nay" to "yes" and "no";
amending Section 26 of said Chapter 63-2001 to provide that
city council may by unanimous consent, dispense with the first
and second readings of ordinances and the reading of resolu-
tions and adopt same in the same motion to which unanimous
consent is given; amending Section 34 of said Chapter 63-2001
to provide that the city council shall appoint a city prosecutor
and fixing the duties of said city prosecutor; amending Sections
53, 54, 55, 56 and 57 of said Chapter 63-2001 to provide for
changes in the City of Titusville election procedures neces-
sitated by the city's decision to have the Brevard County super-
visor of elections serve as city voter registration officer, and
providing that the city council may by ordinance establish the
dates on which municipal elections may be held; amending sec-


tion 69 of said Chapter 63-2001 to provide that the city manager
shall have the authority to transfer funds within a depart-
ment's budget without limitation and may transfer from one
department to another department budget funds not in excess
of 5% in any one year without council consent; providing an
effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar.

Without objection, the House reverted to the order of-

Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 21, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives

Sir:

I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed as amended-

By the Committee on Ways and Means-

SB 9-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to beverage
licenses; amending section 561.34, Florida Statutes, providing
for revision of the state, county, and municipal license taxes
on dealers in alcoholic beverages; repealing section 561.36 and
subsection 561.26(2), Florida Statutes; amending section 561.35,
Florida Statutes; creating section 561.342, Florida Statutes,
providing for the return of a percentage of the state license
tax to the counties and municipalities; providing an effective
date.

-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.

Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Jr.
Secretary of the Senate


SB 9-C, contained in the above message, was read the first
time by title and referred to the Committee on Finance &
Taxation.

The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 21, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives

Sir:

I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has admitted for introduction and consideration by
two-thirds vote of the membership and adopted-

By Senator Bishop-

SCR 48-C-A concurrent resolution expressing the Legisla-
ture's regret at the passing of J. W. McAlpin.

By Senator Saunders-

SCR 49-C-A concurrent resolution of regret over the pass-
ing of former Representative Will Yearty of Levy County.

-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.

Respectfully,
Elmer O. Friday, Jr.
Secretary of the Senate

SCR's 48-C and 49-C, contained in the above message, were
placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calendar.

Motions Relating to Committee Reference

Mr. Nichols moved that HB 33-C be withdrawn from the
Committees on Appropriations and Education and placed on the
Calendar, which was not agreed to by two-thirds vote. The vote
was:



June 21, 1971 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 89


Yeas-47

Alvarez
Blackburn
Burke
Chapman
Crane
Culbreath
Dixon
Earle
Elmore
Forbes
Fortune
Gallen

Gibson
Glisson
Gorman
Harllee
Hess
Hollingsworth
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Lancaster
Lane
Martinez

Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Mixson
Nease
Nichols
Ogden
Poorbaugh
Redman
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals

Savage
Shreve
Sims
Tillman
Tittle
Tubbs
Tucker
Walker
Westberry
Wilson
Woodward

Nays-40

Mr. Speaker
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Brown
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Dubbin
Featherstone

Fulford
Gillespie
Harris
Hector
Holloway
Kershaw
Libertore
MacKay
Matthews, H.
Miers

Milburn
Moudry
Murphy
Nergard
Poole
Powell
Reed
Renick
Singleton
Smith

Sykes
Thomas
Trombetta
Turlington
Tyrrell
Whitson
Whitworth
Wolfson
Yancey
Zinkil

Representative Tobiassen was recorded as voting Yea and
Representative Johnson changed his vote from Yea to Nay.

Recess

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the House recessed at 3:10 P.M. to
permit the Committee on Rules & Calendar to meet, to recon-
vene upon the call of the Speaker.

Reconvened

The House was called to order by the Speaker at 3:25 P.M.

A quorum was present.

Report of the Committee on Rules & Calendar

Mr. Dubbin, Chairman of the Committee on Rules & Calendar,
reported that the committee recommended for introduction
HB's 63-C, 66-C, 67-C, 72-C, and SCR's 48-C and 49-C, which
was consented to by the required Constitutional two-thirds vote.

Consideration of Senate Concurrent Resolutions

By Senator Bishop-

SCR 48-C-A concurrent resolution expressing the Legisla-
ture's regret at the passing of J. W. McAlpin.

WHEREAS, the Legislature has learned with deep regret
of the passing of J. W. McAlpin, Speaker pro tempore of the
1951 House of Representatives, and

WHEREAS, Mr. McAlpin had served ten consecutive terms
in the House from Hamilton County, commencing in 1945, and

WHEREAS, Mr. McAlpin took a significant part in the de-
velopment of the Stephen Foster Memorial on the Suwannee
river as a national shrine to the composer and as a Florida
tourist attraction, and

WHEREAS, Mr. McAlpin shouldered the difficult task of
staffing the House of Representatives for its sessions, serving
as Chairman of the Committee on Personnel or House Man-
agement for seven sessions and Vice Chairman for two, and

WHEREAS, Mr. McAlpin was born October 17, 1900, at White
Springs, Florida; attended the College of Agriculture at the
University of Florida; served as a member of the Hamilton
County School Board, and was a farmer, cattleman and voca-
tional teacher, and












WHEREAS, Mr. McAlpin is remembered as a fair-minded
legislator, a courteous public official, and a gentleman with
a statewide circle of friends, NOW, THEREFORE,

Be It Resolved by the Senate of the State of Florida, the
House of Representatives Concurring:

1. That the death of J. W. McAlpin on October 9, 1970, was
a loss not only to his family and friends and to the people of
Hamilton County but to Floridians generally, and

2. That the Legislature does express its regret and convey
that expression to his widow, the former Miss Elizabeth Cone,
and to their daughter, Mrs. Maines F. Finley, through this
Resolution, and

3. That the Legislature request the Secretary of State to
send Mrs. McAlpin and Mrs. Finley authenticated copies of this
Resolution signed by the appropriate officers.

-was read the first time by title.

On motions by Mr. Dubbin, the rules were waived and SCR
48-C was read the second time in full, adopted and immediately
certified to the Senate.

By Senator Saunders-

SCR 49-C-A concurrent resolution of regret over the passing
of former Representative Will Yearty of Levy County.

WHEREAS, the Senate of the State of Florida has learned
with deep regret of the death of a former House Member Will
S. Yearty of Levy County, on March 12, 1971, at the age of
93, and

WHEREAS, Representative Yearty served during the regular
and special sessions of 1931 as member of the Committees on
Commerce & Navigation, Domestic Relations, Expenses of Exec-
utive Department, Fisheries, Public Roads & Highways, and
Engrossed Bills, and

WHEREAS, Representative Yearty introduced legislation
demonstrating his awareness of the financial crisis then be-
setting Florida, including bills to reduce the number of judicial
districts, to reduce the salaries of State officers and employees,
and to set qualifications for State employees, and

WHEREAS, Mr. Yearty served his community also as a
County Commissioner and as Postmaster of Otter Creek and
was active in religious and fraternal affairs including charter
membership in the Otter Creek Baptist Church and the Otter
Creek Masonic Lodge, NOW, THEREFORE,

Be It Resolved by the Senate of the State of Florida, the
House of Representatives Concurring:

That the Legislature hereby expresses regret over the passing
of The Honorable Will S. Yearty to members of his family:
three sons, John and Jay of Gulf Hammock and Gordon A. of
Fort Smith, Arkansas; three daughters, Mrs. Lugene Overton
of Jacksonville, Mrs. Willie Mae Schibley of Tallahassee, and
Mrs. Rubye Sher of Fort Smith, and a brother, Terry of Ocala.

-was read the first time by title.

On motions by Mr. Dubbin, the rules were waived and SCR
49-C was read the second time in full, adopted and immediately
certified to the Senate.

Reports of Standing Committees

The Committee on Appropriations recommends the following
pass:

B 16-C, with amendments (fiscal note attached)

The bill was placed on the Calendar.

The Committee on Appropriations recommends the following
not pass:

HB 69-C, with amendments (fiscal note attached)

The bill was laid on the table under the rule.







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Engrossing Reports

June 21, 1971

Your Engrossing Clerk reports amendments to-

HB 17-C HB 18-C

-have been incorporated and the bills herewith returned.

-and the bills were ordered enrolled.
June 21, 1971

Your Engrossing Clerk reports amendments to-

SB 12-C SB 3-C SCR 4-C

-have been examined and the bills herewith returned.

-and the bills with amendments, were ordered immediately
certified to the Senate.

June 21, 1971

Your Engrossing Clerk reports amendments to-

CS for HB 14-C

-have been incorporated and the bill herewith returned.



-and the bill was ordered immediately certified to the
Senate.

Enrolling Reports

HB 17-C HB 18-C

-have been enrolled, signed by the required Constitutional
Officers and presented to the Governor on June 21, 1971.

Allen Morris, Clerk

HCR 70-C

-has been enrolled, signed by the required Constitutional
Officers and filed with the Secretary of State on June 21, 1971.

Allen Morris, Clerk

Adjournment

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the House adjourned at 3:35 P.M.
to reconvene at 9:00 A.M. tomorrow.




THE JOURNAL OF THE FLORIDA
House of Representatives
Proceedings at Tallahassee of the Second Legislature
[under the Constitution as Revised in 1968]
SPECIAL SESSION
TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1971
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 9:00 A.M.


The following Members were recorded present:


Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Burke
Caldwell
Chapman
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Conway
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Forbes
Fortune

Fulford
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Glisson
Gorman
Grainger
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hess
Hodes
Hollingsworth
Holloway
Johnson
Jones
Kennelly
Kershaw
Lancaster
Lane
Libertore
MacKay
Martinez
Matthews, H.

Mattox
McDonald
Melvin
Miers
Milburn
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Sessums
Shaw
Shreve

Sims
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stevens
Sweeny
Sykes
Thomas
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Whitson
Whitworth
Williamson
Wilson
Winn
Wolfson
Woodward
Yancey
Zinkil

Excused: Representatives Fleece, C. Matthews, and Santora.

A quorum was present.

Prayer

Prayer by Representative Jack Shreve:

Dear God, we thank You for the many blessings You
have bestowed upon us. We thank You for this opportunity
to serve You and the people of our state. We pray that You
would give us counsel and guidance in making our decisions,
and that by our actions we would glorify You. In Christ's
name, amen.

The Journal

The Journal of June 21 was corrected and approved as
follows: On page 90, column 1, line 2 from bottom, strike
"CS for HB 13-C" and insert "CS for HB 14-C"

The Journal of June 18 was further corrected and approved
as follows: On page 74, column 1, in Representative Sessums'
amendment to HB 71-C, line 6 from bottom, after "basis for
each" strike remainder of the line, and insert "pupil in average
daily attendance in grades one"; on page 75, column 1, Pair
Votes on passage of HB 71-C, change Forbes to "Yea" and
Gorman to "Nay".







Record Vote

Representative Shaw was given permission to be recorded
as voting Yea on passage of HB's 18-C, 14-C, and 52-C and
SB's 3-C, 3-C, as amended, and 12-C, and as voting Nay on
passage of HB's 17-C and 55-C, on June 21.

Motions Relating to Committee Reference

On motion by Mr. Kennelly, agreed to by two-thirds vote,
HB 33-C was withdrawn from the Committees on Education
and Appropriations and placed on the Calendar. The vote was:

Yeas-49

Blackburn
Burke
Clark, J. R.
Culbreath
Dixon
Earle
Elmore
Fortune
Fulford
Gibson
Gorman
Grizzle
Hector

Hess
Kennelly
Lane
Martinez
Matthews, H.
Mattox
Milburn
Mixson
Moudry
Murphy
Nease
Nergard
Nichols

Poole
Poorbaugh
Powell
Randell
Reeves
Renick
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Savage
Sims
Smith
Stevens

Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Trombetta
Tyrrell
Walker
Westberry
Wilson
Woodward
Zinkil

Nays-21

Mr. Speaker
Andrews
Baker
Baumgartner
Cherry
Clark, David

Conway
D'Alemberte
Dubbin
Featherstone
Gallen
Gillespie

Harllee
Johnson
Kershaw
Shreve
Singleton
Tubbs

Winn
Wolfson
Yancey


Representatives Chapman and Lancaster were recorded as
voting Yea and Representative Harllee changed his vote from
Nay to Yea.

Reports of Standing Committees

The Committee on Finance & Taxation recommends the fol-
lowing pass:

SB 7-C, with amendments (fiscal note attached)

SB 5-C, with amendments (fiscal note attached)

SB 9-C, with amendments (fiscal note attached)

SB 20-C, with amendments (fiscal note attached)

The bills were placed on the Calendar.

Report of the Committee on Rules & Calendar

The following report was read:


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92 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES June 22, 1971


The Honorable Richard A. Pettigrew June 22, 1971
Speaker, House of Representatives

Sir:

Your Committee on Rules & Calendar herewith submits as
the Special Order Calendar under Rule 8.16 for Tuesday, June
22, 1971, the consideration of the following bills:

SB 5-C-Capital stock

SB 9-C-Beverage license tax

SB 7-C-Sales tax

SB 20-C-Gas tax

Insurance premium tax-Upon attainment of Calendar status

A quorum of the Committee was present in person, and a
majority of those present agreed to the above Report.

Respectfully submitted,
Murray H. Dubbin
Chairman, Committee on
Rules & Calendar

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the above report was adopted.

Without objection, the rules were waived and the House
proceeded to the order of-

Introduction and Reference

By Representatives Melvin, Turlington, and Mixson-

HB 63-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to retirement;
amending 112.362, Florida Statutes, 1970 Supplement, as
created by chapter 70-224, Laws of Florida, relating to the re-
computation of benefits, to include the surviving spouse or
beneficiary of a retiree and to apply the actuarial percentage
used in the option elected by the retiree; providing an appro-
priation; providing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Governmental Organization & Efficiency, consent
for its introduction by the required Constitutional two-thirds
vote having been given earlier.

Subsequently, on motion by Mr. Melvin, agreed to by two-
thirds vote, HB 63-C was withdrawn from the Committee on
Governmental Organization & Efficiency and placed on the
Calendar.

By Representative Miers-

HB 66-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to dentistry,
dental hygiene and dental laboratories; amending section 466.-
20, Florida Statutes, providing for an increase in compensation
to board members and modifying the procedure for payment of
expenses; providing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Commit-
tee on Manpower & Development, consent for its introduction
by the required Constitutional two-thirds vote having been
given earlier.

Subsequently, on motion by Mr. Tucker, agreed to by two-
thirds vote, HB 66-C was withdrawn from the Committee on
Manpower & Development and placed on the Calendar.

By Representative Miers--

HB 67-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to dentistry,
dental hygiene and dental laboratories; amending subsections
(1) and (2) of section 466.17, Florida Statutes, providing for an
increase in the fee for annual and conditioned renewal of licens-
es; amending subsection (1) of section 466.08, Florida Statutes,
providing a salary range for the executive director of the Flor-
ida state board of dentistry; providing an effective date.


-was read the first time by title and referred to the Commit-
tee on Manpower & Development, consent for its introduction
by the required Constitutional two-thirds vote having been
given earlier.

Subsequently, on motion by Mr. Tucker, agreed to by two-
thirds vote, HB 67-C was withdrawn from the Committee on
Manpower & Development and placed on the Calendar.

By Representatives Stevens, Lancaster, Redman, Mattox,
Conway, Libertore, Mooney, Sims, Gorman, Earle, Moudry,
Blackburn, Fulford, Lane, Jones, Yancey, Wilson, and Sykes-

HB 72-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to citrus,
orange stabilization act; providing that the remaining moneys
collected pursuant to a certain marketing order be held intact
until further instructions from the legislature; providing an
effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Commit-
tee on Agriculture & Citrus, consent for its introduction by the
required Constitutional two-thirds vote having been given
earlier.

Subsequently, on motion by Mr. Lancaster, agreed to by two-
thirds vote, HB 72-C was withdrawn from the Committee on
Agriculture & Citrus and placed on the Calendar.

By the Committee on Finance & Taxation-

HB 76-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxation;
amending section 624.0310, Florida Statutes, to provide a 50%
exemption from the insurance premium tax for domestic in-
surers; amending section 624.0312, Florida Statutes, to provide
a 25% exemption from the insurance premium tax for regional
home offices of foreign insurers and to restrict ad valorem tax
credits to property actually used as a regional home office; pro-
viding an effective date.

--was read the first time by title and placed on the Calendar
without reference.

By Representatives Shaw and Hollingsworth-

HB 77-C-A bill to be entitled An act incorporating and
chartering a municipality to be known as the Town of Raiford
in Union County, Florida, to define its territorial boundaries,
to provide for its government, powers, authority, privileges
and jurisdiction, to establish the form of government of said
town, providing for a referendum election and effective date.

-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar.

Recess

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the House recessed at 9:25 A.M.
to reconvene at 10:00 A.M.

Reconvened

The House was called to order by the Speaker at 10:00 A.M.

A quorum was present.

Consideration of the Special Order

SB 5-C-A bill to be entitled An act relating to corporations,
defining corporations; amending section 608.32, Florida Stat-
utes, prescribing the contents of annual reports required to be
filed by corporations; creating sections 608.321 and 608.3211,
Florida Statutes, prescribing the taxable period for corporation
reports and setting a due date for filing and a delinquency
date; creating sections 608.322 and 608.3221, Florida Statutes,
prescribing dates for the valuation of net worth and the de-
termination of other information for all taxable periods; amend-
ing section 608.33, Florida Statutes, removing exemptions for
railroad, pullman, telephone, telegraph, insurance, banking
and trust companies, building and loan associations and coop-
erative marketing associations, providing for imposition of an
annual corporate privilege tax on corporate net worth, setting
a due date and a delinquency date for payments; creating sec-



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tions 608.331 and 608.3311, Florida Statutes, prescribing taxes
and tax rates; creating section 608.332, Florida Statutes, pre-
scribing special rules for corporations in existence less than
twelve months, for bankrupt, dissolved and withdrawing cor-
porations, for consolidated returns by controlled groups of
corporations, and adjustment powers of the department of
revenue; creating section 608.333, Florida Statutes, providing
for an apportionment of net worth to ascertain the portion at-
tributable to Florida; creating section 608.334, Florida Stat-
utes, providing for a credit of intangible personal property
taxes against the corporate privilege tax attributable to sub-
sidiary corporations, providing for a credit of insurance pre-
mium tax paid under chapter 624; creating section 608.335,
Florida Statutes, providing for refund, hearing and appeal
procedures, establishing a general three year statute of limi-
tations for refunds and for assessments, and providing for the
issuance of tax warrants for the collections of delinquent taxes;
creating section 608.336, Florida Statutes, conforming refer-
ences in the Florida Statutes; amending section 608.35, Florida
Statutes, providing penalties for delinquent reports and pay-
ments and providing for interest on delinquent and overpaid
taxes; creating section 608.311, Florida Statutes, defining cor-
porations to include mutual insurers and other non-stock busi-
ness associations subject to state regulation; amending sec-
tion 608.05 and subsection (1) of section 613.02, Florida Stat-
utes, providing for payment of the corporate privilege tax upon
incorporation and qualification to do business in Florida; re-
quiring the department of revenue to provide information re-
garding this act; repealing section 193.701, Florida Statutes,
relating to railroad license tax; providing for effective dates;
providing for excision of certain sections of this act when
no longer needed; providing for sections 2 through 18 of this
act to become inoperative if and so long as a tax is imposed by
the state on the net income of corporations.

-was taken up and read the second time by title.

The Committee on Finance & Taxation offered the following
amendment:

On page 3, line 16, strike all after enacting clause and insert
the following:

Section 1. Section 608.311, Florida Statutes, is created to read:

608.311 Definition of Corporation.-For purposes of sections
608.32 through 608.35, the term "corporation" shall include the
following entities and all references to corporate characteristics
shall include corresponding or equivalent characteristics of non-
corporate business associations:

(1) Corporations, mutual insurers and other non-stock busi-
ness associations, exclusive of national banks, state banking and
trust companies and savings and loan associations; and

(2) national banks, state banking and trust companies and
savings and loan association.

Section 2. Section 608.32, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:

(Substantial rewording of section. See section 608.32, Florida
Statutes, for present text).

608.32 Corporation returns; filing; contents.-

(1) All corporations heretofore or hereafter incorporated in
this state other than corporations not for profit, all foreign cor-
porations heretofore or hereafter authorized to do business in
this state other than those not for profit, and all other entities
described in section 608.311, are required to file a return with
the department of revenue on such forms as the department of
revenue shall prescribe, setting forth:

(a) The name of the corporation;

(b) The home office of the corporation;

(c) The corporation's federal employer identification num-
ber;

(d) The date of incorporation or formation, or if a foreign
corporation or association the date on which admitted to do
business in this state or on which business actually commenced;

(e) The name and street address of each officer and director
of the corporation, or trustee or manager of an association;



(f) The name and street address of the resident agent upon
whom service of process may be made;

(g) A general description of the nature or type of business
in which the corporation is engaged;

(h)(1) The capital stock of the corporation, showing:

(a) the authorized capital stock of the corporation segregated
to reflect separately par value shares, no-par value shares and
shares having a stated value; and

(b) the number and book value of the shares of each class or
type of stock issued and outstanding, exclusive of treasury
stock;

(2) If organized without capital stock, the general rules ap-
plicable to all members by which the property rights and in-
terests, respectively, of each member may and shall be deter-
mined and fixed;

(i) The book value of the excess of assets over liabilities
which is not reflected in the capital stock of the corporation, in-
cluding but not limited to the amounts designated as earned,
paid-in, capital and revaluation surplus, and amounts set aside
in appropriated accounts;

(j) A balance sheet and a statement of retained earnings
(collectively referred to in this chapter as "the financial state-
ments"). The financial statements shall be prepared from the
books of the corporation in accordance with generally accepted
accounting principles, or as otherwise required by the state or
its departments or agencies, and shall either be the statements
which are furnished to shareholders or, if the corporation so
elects, a copy of its balance sheet, income reconciliation and
earnings analysis (schedules L and M on Form 1120 for 1970)
as filed with the Internal Revenue Service. Where the financial
statements or the federal return have been examined or pre-
pared by an independent public accountant, the opinion of such
accountant shall be attached. Corporations which report to their
shareholders on the basis of consolidated financial statements
may, at their option, file consolidated financial statements with
the department of revenue, and in such cases the net worth of
the parent corporation shall be equal to the consolidated net
worth of the consolidated group;

(k) A declaration that all documentary stamp taxes ap-
plicable to their corporate stock transactions during the preced-
ing taxable period have been paid;

(1) The methods, assumptions and bases upon which a tax-
payer employing its net worth within and without the state has
apportioned net worth in computing the tax due under this
chapter; and

(m) Such other information and facts as the department of
revenue may request for the purpose of computing the privilege
tax imposed by this chapter.

(2) At the time of filing its return with the department of
revenue, each corporation shall file with the secretary of state
a clear and correct copy of that part of the return which con-
tains the information required under paragraphs (a) through
(h) of subsection (1).

(3) Corporations not for profit shall file with the secretary
of state an annual report containing the information required
under paragraphs (a) through (g) of subsection (1), which
report shall be due and delinquent at the time returns are re-
quired under subsection (1) but without extensions.

(4) Each corporation return or report shall be signed by an
authorized person on the form provided by the department of
revenue, and the signing thereof shall have the same legal ef-
fect as if made under oath, without the necessity of appending
such oath thereto.

Section 3. Section 608.321, Florida Statutes, is created to
read:

Section 608.321. Corporation returns; taxable period; return
due date.-

Commencing as of January 1, 1972, the taxable period for the
corporate privilege tax imposed by this chapter shall be a
calendar year. All returns shall be due on January 1 of the tax-
able year and shall be delinquent if not filed on or before May
1 of that year; provided, however, that the department of
revenue may extend the date of delinquency for not more than



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90 days, for good cause shown, upon receiving a prior written
request for extension.

Section 4. Section 608.3211, Florida Statutes, is created to
read:

Section 608.3211. Corporation returns; short taxable period
ended December 31, 1971; return due date.-

For the period commencing July 1, 1971 and ending Decem-
ber 31, 1971, the taxable period for the corporate privilege tax
imposed by this chapter shall be the six-month period ending
December 31, 1971. All returns shall be due on July 1, 1971 and
shall be delinquent if not filed on or before November 1, 1971;
provided that the department of revenue may extend the date
of delinquency for not more than 105 days, for good cause
shown, upon receiving a prior written request for extension.

Section 5. Section 608.322, Florida Statutes, is created to
read:

Section 608.322. Corporation returns; valuation date.-For
each taxable period specified in section 608.321, the information
and values required under subsection 608.32(1) shall be deter-
mined as of the close of the corporation's annual accounting
period immediately preceding the commencement of the taxable
period.

Section 6. Section 608.3221, Florida Statutes, is created to
read:
Section 608.3221. Corporation returns; valuation date for
short period ended December 31, 1971.-For the taxable period
specified in section 608.3211, the information and values required
under subsection 608.32(1) shall be determined as of the close
of the corporation's annual accounting period immediately pre-
ceding July 1, 1971.

Section 7. Section 608.33, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:

(Substantial rewording of section. See section 608.33, Florida
Statutes, for present text.)

608.33. Corporate privilege tax; imposition; due date.-

(1) Every corporation required to file a return under sub-
section 608.32(1) shall pay a tax to the state which shall be
due on the first day of the taxable period, for the privilege
of conducting business in the state during the taxable period.
It is the intent of this section to impose a tax upon every cor-
poration, foreign and domestic, for the privilege of exercising a
corporate franchise, or its equivalent, within the state in advance
of the exercise thereof, irrespective of whether the corpora-
tion actually chooses to exercise such privilege during the tax-
able period.

(2) The tax is imposed on the book value of the net worth
of each corporation required to file a return under subsection
608.32(1), valued and apportioned as provided by law. The term
"net worth" as used in this chapter shall mean the sum of the
amounts determined under subparagraph (h) (2) (b) and para-
graph (i) of subsection 608.32(1), less any cash or property
dividends formally declared by the board of directors in the
accounting period which ends on the date such values are deter-
mined, reduced however by any such dividends not actually
paid to shareholders within 3 months after such declaration.

(3) The tax imposed by this section shall be due on the due
date of the corporation return under subsection 608.32(1), and
the full amount of tax shall be paid to the department of
revenue on or before the delinquency date for such returns,
including any extensions thereof. Any payment made after
said date shall be deemed delinquent.

(4) Upon the filing of articles of incorporation for a domes-
tic corporation under section 608.03, upon the filing of an
authenticated copy of a charter or articles of incorporation for
a foreign corporation under section 613.01, or upon the com-
mencement of business or the effective date of this act, which-
ever first occurs, for any non-corporate insurer or other busi-
ness association, there shall be paid to the department of state
for transmission to the department of revenue a privilege tax
of $75 for the short taxable period commencing with the date
of such filing, a commencement of business or effective date,
as the case may be, and ending on December 31 of that year.
At the time such corporation files its corporation return and
pays its privilege tax for the full taxable period immediately
succeeding such short taxable period, in cases where its first


annual accounting period ends before said full taxable period
and in addition to the filing and payment for such full taxable
period, the corporation shall file a corporation return undel
subsection 608.32(1) and shall pay the tax imposed by th-
chapter for such short taxable period, taking credit against
such tax for the $75 previously paid. Where a corporation's
first annual accounting period does not end before January I
of the full taxable period immediately succeeding a short tax-
able period, a privilege tax of $75 shall be paid to the depart-
ment of revenue for such immediately succeeding full taxable
period and the corporation shall pay the tax imposed by this
chapter for such full taxable period at the time of filing its
corporation return for the next succeeding taxable period, in
addition to its filing and payment for that succeeding taxable
period, taking credit for the $75 paid for its first full taxable
period.

Section 8. Section 608.331, Florida Statutes, is created tc
read:

Section 608.331. Corporate privilege tax; tax rate.-For tax-
able periods determined under section 608.321,the tax shall be
an amount equal to $1 on each $1,000 of the corporation's net
worth in excess of $50,000, of if greater the minimum tax im-
posed by section 608.332.

Section 9. Section 608.3311, Florida Statutes, is created to
read:

Section 608.3311. Corporate privilege tax; tax rate for
short period ended December 31, 1971.-For the taxable period
determined under section 608.3211, the tax shall be an amount
equal to $1.00 on each $1,000 of the corporation's net worth in
excess of $50,000, or if greater the minimum tax imposed by
section 608.3321.

Section 10. Section 608.332, Florida Statutes, is created to
read:

Section 608.332 Corporate privilege tax; minimum tax.-
For the taxable periods determined under section 608.321, each
corporation shall pay a minimum tax of $75 if the tax com-
puted under section 608.331 is less than said amount.

Section 11. Section 608.3321, Florida Statutes, is created to
read:

Section 608.3321 Corporate privilege tax; minimum tax for
short period ended December 31, 1971.-For the taxable period
determined under section 608.3211, each corporation shall pay
a minimum tax of $75.00 if the tax computed under section
6C8.3311 is less than said amount.

Section 12. Section 608.333, Florida Statutes, is created to
read:

Section 608.333. Corporate privilege tax; special rules.-

(1) The tax imposed by section 608.33 shall be prorated
for any domestic corporation which has been in existence, and
for any foreign corporation which has been authorized to do
business or has actually conducted business in the state, for
less than twelve (12) months at the time the corporation return
and privilege tax are due. The tax shall be prorated according
to the number of months, including a major fraction thereof,
the corporation has been in existence, authorized to do business
in the state, or conducted business in the state.

(2) Any corporation which is adjudged bankrupt, or which
is dissolved by order of court or voluntarily, or which with-
draws from the state during the taxable period shall be enti-
tled to a refund of tax on a prorata basis.

(3) The department of revenue may require any affiliated
group of corporations to file a consolidated return whenever,
in the judgment of the department, the filing of separate re-
turns for the members of such group does not properly reflect
the value of their net worth. The parent corporation of any
affiliated group may elect to file a consolidated return for any
year, which election shall pertain for all succeeding years for
which the group is unchanged unless the department consents
to a revocation of the election. In either case, the parent cor-

poration shall pay the tax imposed by this chapter on the
book value of its net worth, valued and apportioned as pro-
vided by law, and unless there has been a default in the parent
corporation's payment no tax shall be levied upon or paid by
component members of the affiliated group. The term "affili-
ated group of corporations" shall mean one or more chains of



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corporations connected through stock ownership with a com-
mon parent corporation, provided that:

(a) stock possessing at least 80% of the voting power of all
classes of stock and at least 80% of each class of the voting
stock of each member of the affiliated group, except stock of
the common parent corporation and any non-voting stock limit-
ed and preferred as to dividends, is owned directly by one or
more of the member corporations; and

(b) the common parent corporation owns directly stock pos-
sessing at least 80% of the voting power of all classes of
stock and at least 80% of each class of the non-voting stock
(not limited and preferred as to dividends) of at least one of
the member corporations.

(4) The department of revenue may review any returns,
books or records of a taxpayer at all reasonable times. The de-
partment may adjust any item or items under this chapter,
including but not limited to adjustments to the corporation's
net worth to include therein any liabilities artificially or arbi-
trarily created or which are not appropriate liabilities under
generally accepted or state-required accounting or actuarial
principles applicable to the corporation's trade or business, if
it appears that the corporation's treatment of such item or
items either was principally motivated by a desire to evade or
defeat the tax imposed by this chapter or will result in a ma-
terial distortion of the book value of the corporation's net
worth.

Section 13. Section 608.334, Florida Statutes, is created to
read:

Section 608.334 Corporate privilege tax; credit for insurance
premiums tax.-The insurance premium tax paid by insurers
for the previous annual Taxable period under the provisions of
chapter 624 shall be credited against the tax imposed by sec-
tion 608.33 for the current taxable period.

Section 14. Section 608.335, Florida Statutes, is created to
read:

Section 608.335. Conforming references in Florida Statutes.-
From and after July 1, 1971, all references in the Florida
Statutes to "capital stock tax" shall be deemed references to
the corporate privilege tax imposed by section 608.33, and all
references to "corporation reports" shall be deemed references
to corporation returns or reports required by section 608.32.

Section 15. Sections 608.34 and 608.35, Florida Statutes, are
hereby repealed.

Section 16. Section 608.336, Florida Statutes, is created to
read:

Section 608.336. Adoption of tax administration act of 1971.-
The tax imposed by section 608.33 is hereby made subject to the
tax administration act of 1971, chapter 214, Florida Statutes.

Section 17. Section 608.05, Florida Statutes, is amended by
adding a new subsection (6) to read:

(6) Upon filing any articles of incorporation, the privilege
tax imposed by section 608.33 shall be paid to the department
of state and the department shall remit the tax to the depart-
ment of revenue.

Section 18. Subsection (1) of section 613.02, Florida Statutes,
is amended to read:

(1) Upon the filing of such copy, the department of state
shall, if the objects of the corporation are such as are not pro-
hibited by the laws of the state, issue a permit allowing such
corporation to transact business in this state, and such cor-
poration shall thereupon be empowered to exercise all and be
limited to the same rights, powers and privileges as like cor-
porations organized under the laws of this state, but the de-
partment shall not deliver such permit to the corporation until
it shall have received from it, for the use of the state, a sum
equal to the privilege tax im posed by section 608.33 and that
which the said corporation would have been required to pay as
a charter fee upon that portion of its capital employed, or to
be employed, in the state if it had been incorporated under the
laws of this state. The fee of the department of state for issuing
the permit shall be ten dollars. In every case where appli-
cation is made to the department of state for the issuance of
a permit under this section, the department of state shall de-
mand and receive from the applicant, for the use of the state,
a fee calculated upon the basis of the total authorized capital
stock of the corporation, as shown by its charter, unless the


applicant shall make it appear by such affidavit and other
satisfactory evidence as the department of state may require
to be submitted to it that the amount of capital of such foreign
corporation employed, or to be employed, in the state, is less
than the total amount of authorized capital stock shown by
the charter of such foreign corporation; in which case, the de-
partment of state shall determine, from the evidence submitted
to it what is the amount of capital employed in the state by
said foreign corporation, and shall collect a sum in that event
equal to that which the said corporation would have been re-
quired to pay as a charter fee if it had been incorporated under
the laws of the state with an authorized capital equal to the
amount of capital employed, or to be employed by such foreign
corporation in the state. All determinations of fact made by the
department of state in the administration of this law shall be
prima facie evidence of the truth and validity of the finding of
the department of state as to the amount of capital of such
foreign corporation employed, or to be employed, in the state,
upon which the charter fee provided for by this section is re-
quired to be computed and paid. The privilege tax imposed by
section 608.33 and collected by the department of state shall be
remitted to the department of revenue.

Section 19. Title XIII, Florida Statutes, is amended by adding
a new chapter 214 to read:

CHAPTER 214

NON-PROPERTY TAXES; PROCEDURES, CRIMES, PEN-
ALTIES, ENFORCEMENT AND APPORTIONMENT

PART I ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND JUDI-
CIAL REVIEW (214.01-214.26)

PART II PENALTIES, INTEREST AND ENFORCEMENT
(214.40-214.52)

PART III TAX CRIMES (214.60-214.62)

PART IV APPORTIONMENT (214.70-214.73)

PART I

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND JUDICIAL REVIEW

214.01 Application of Chapter and Short Title
214.02 Collection Authority
214.03 Assessment
214.04 Limitation on Assessment
214.05 Notice and Demand
214.06 Deficiency Determinations
214.07 Notice of Deficiency
214.08 Assessment After Notice
214.09 Limitations on Notices and Deficiencies
214.10 Waiver of Restrictions on Assessment
214.11 Protest of Proposed Assessments
214.12 Jeopardy Assessments
214.13 Overpayments; Credits
214.14 Overpayments; Interest on
214.15 Overpayments; Refund
214.16 Limitations on Claims for Refunds
214.17 Access to Books and Records
214.18 Investigations and Hearings
214.19 Actions to Recover Taxes
214.20 Immunity of Witnesses
214.21 Production of Witnesses and Records
214.22 Confidentiality and Information Sharing
214.23 Amounts less than $1
214.24 Procedure for Notices and Place of Hearings
214.25 Closing Agreements
214.26 Judicial Review

214.01 Application of chapter and short title.-

This chapter shall be applicable only to such non-property
taxes (taxes not based upon the assessed value of property)
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chapter shall be known and may be cited as the "tax adminis-
tration act of 1971."

214.02 Collection Authority.-The department of revenue
("the department") shall collect the taxes imposed by laws
made applicable to this chapter and shall pay all moneys re-
ceived by it under such laws into the general revenue fund of
the state.

214.03 Assessment.-

(1) The amount of tax which is shown to be due on any
return shall be deemed assessed on the date of filing the return
(including any amended returns showing an increase of tax).
In the event that the amount of tax is understated on the tax-
payer's return due to a mathematical error, the department shall
notify the taxpayer that the amount of tax in excess of that
shown on the return is due and has been assessed. Such notice
of additional tax due shall not be considered a notice of de-
ficiency nor shall the taxpayer have any right of protest. In
the case of a return properly filed without a computation of the
tax due, the tax computed by the department on the basis of
the return shall be deemed assessed on the date the return is
filed.

(2) Whenever a notice of deficiency has been issued, the
amount of the deficiency shall be deemed assessed on the date
provided in section 214.08 if no protest is filed, or if a
protest is filed on the date when the decision of the depart-
ment with respect to the protest becomes final as provided in
subsection 214.11(4).

(3) Any amount paid as tax or in respect of tax under
this act shall be deemed assessed upon the date of receipt of
payment.

214.04. Limitation on Assessment.-No deficiency shall be
assessed with respect to a taxable year for which a return was
filed unless a notice of deficiency for such year was issued not
later than the date prescribed in section 214.09.

214.05 Notice and Demand.-

(1) As soon as practicable after an amount payable under
this act is deemed assessed under section 214.03, or any other
provision of this act, the department shall give notice of the
amount unpaid to each taxpayer liable for any unpaid portion
of such assessment and shall demand payment thereof. The
amount stated in such notice shall be payable upon receipt of
such notice at the place and time stated in such notice.

(2) No notice and demand need be issued where a deficiency
has been determined by a proceeding in court for review of an
assessment.

214.06 Deficiency Determinations.-

(1) As soon as practicable after a return is filed, the depart-
ment shall examine it to determine the correct amount of tax.
If the department finds that the amount of tax shown on the
return is less than the correct amount and the difference is not
solely the result of mathematical error, it shall issue a notice
of deficiency to the taxpayer setting forth the amount of
additional tax and any penalties proposed to be assessed. The
findings of the department under this subsection shall be prima
facie correct and shall be prima facie evidence of the correct-
ness of the amount of tax and penalties due.

(2) If a taxpayer fails to file a tax return, the department
shall determine the amount of tax due according to its best
judgment and information, and it shall issue a notice of de-
ficiency to the taxpayer setting forth the amount of tax and
any penalties proposed to be assessed. The amount so determined
by the department shall be prima facie correct and shall be
prima facie evidence of the correctness of the amount of tax
due.

(3) An erroneous refund shall be considered a deficiency
of tax on the date made, and shall be deemed assessed and
shall be collected as provided in sections 214.03 and 214.05.

214.07 Notice of Deficiency.--A notice of deficiency issued
under this act shall set forth, in addition to the amount of
tax and any penalties, a computation of the adjustments giving
rise to the proposed assessment and the reason or reasons
thereof.

214.08 Assessment After Notice.-Upon the expiration of 60
days after the date on which it was issued (150 days if the tax-
payer is outside the United States), a notice of deficiency shall


constitute an assessment of the amount of tax and penalties
specified therein, except for amounts as to which the taxpayer
shall have filed a protest with the department under section
214.11.

214.09 Limitations on Notices and Deficiencies.-

(1) Except as otherwise provided in this section:

(a) A notice of deficiency shall be issued not later than
3 years after the date on which the return was filed, and

(b) No deficiency shall be assessed or collected with respect
to the taxable year for which the return was filed unless such
notice is issued within such period.

(2) If the taxpayer omits from a return an amount properly
includible therein which is in excess of 25% of the amount of
gross income or property value, as the case may be, which is
stated in the return, a notice of deficiency may be issued not
later than 6 years after the date on which the return was
filed. For purposes of this subsection, no amount shall be
deemed omitted if such amount or the item giving rise to such
amount is disclosed in the return, or in a statement attached to
the return, in a manner adequate to apprise the department of
the nature and the amount of such item.

(3) If no return is filed, or if a false and fraudulent return
is filed with intent to evade the tax made applicable to this
chapter, a notice of deficiency may be issued at any time.

(4) Where, before the expiration of the time prescribed in
this section for the issuance of a notice of deficiency, both the
department and the taxpayer have consented in writing to its
issuance after such time, such notice may be issued at any time
prior to the expiration of the period agreed upon. The period
so agreed upon may be extended by subsequent agreements
in writing made before the expiration of the period previously
agreed upon.

(5) In any case where there has been an erroneous refund
of tax, a notice of deficiency may be issued at any time within
2 years from the making of such refund, or within 5 years
from the making of such refund if it appears that any part
of the refund was induced by fraud or the misrepresentation
of a material fact; provided, however that if such notice of
deficiency is issued after the time limitation prescribed in
subsection (1) or (2), as may be appropriate, the amount of
any proposed assessment set forth in such notice shall be
limited to the amount of such erroneous refund.

(6) If a protest has been filed with respect to a notice of
deficiency and the decision of the department on such protest
has become final, the department shall be barred from issuing
a further or additional notice of deficiency for the taxable
years involved in such protest, except in the case of fraud,
mathematical error, or as provided in subsection (5).

(7) For purposes of this section a tax return filed before
the last day prescribed by law (including any extension thereof)
shall be deemed to have been filed on such last day.

214.10 Waiver of Restrictions on Assessment.-At any time,
whether or not a notice of deficiency has been issued, a tax-
payer shall have the right to waive the restrictions on assess-
ment and collection of the whole or any part of any proposed
assessment of tax by a signed notice in writing filed with
the department in such form as the department may be reg-
ulation prescribe.

214.11 Protest of Proposed Assessment.-

(1) Within 90 days (150 days if the taxpayer is outside the
United States) after the issuance of a notice of deficiency, the
taxpayer may file with the department a written protest against
the proposed assessment in such form as the department may
by regulation prescribe, setting forth the portion or portions
of the proposed deficiency protested and the grounds on which
such protest is based.

(2) Whenever a protest is filed, the department shall re-
consider the proposed assessment and, if the taxpayer has so
requested, shall grant the taxpayer or his authorized repre-
sentative a hearing. As soon as practicable after such recon-
sideration and hearing, if any, the department shall issue a
notice of its decision to the taxpayer, setting forth the depart-
ment's findings of fact and the basis of its decision in each
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(3) Within 60 days after the department issues a notice of its
decision, the taxpayer may file with the department a written
request for reconsideration in such form as the department may
by regulation prescribe, setting forth the matters for which
and the grounds upon which reconsideration is requested. In
any such case, the department may, but need not, grant a
rehearing or departmental review, and as soon as practicable
after such rehearing or departmental review, the department
shall issue a notice of its decision on reconsideration. If a rehear-
ing or departmental review is not granted, then within 60 days of
its receipt of such request the department shall issue a notice
of denial of such request for reconsideration.

(4) The decision of the department on any taxpayer's protest
shall become final 60 days after issuance of a notice of decision
under subsection (2) unless a timely request for reconsidera-
tion was made under subsection (3), in which case the decision
shall become final upon the issuance of a notice of denial of
such request or the issuance of a notice of decision on recon-
sideration.

214.12 Jeopardy Assessments.-

(1) If the department finds that a taxpayer is about to de-
part from the state, to conceal its property or to do any other
act tending to prejudice or to render wholly or partly inef-
fectual the normal procedures for collection of any amount of
tax, penalty or interest made subject to this chapter, or if the
department otherwise finds that the collection of such amount
will be jeopardized by delay, the department shall issue to the
taxpayer a notice of such findings and shall make demand for
the immediate payment of such amount, whereupon such amount
shall be deemed assessed and shall become immediately due and
payable.

(2) If, within 5 days after issuance of a notice and demand,
or within the period of any extension of time the department
may grant, the taxpayer does not comply with such notice or
show to the department that the findings in such notice are
erroneous, the department may file a notice of jeopardy as-
sessment lien in the office of the clerk of the circuit court of
the county in which any property of the taxpayer may be
located, and shall notify the taxpayer of such filing. A jeopardy
assessment lien shall have the same scope and effect as other
liens prescribed by this act.

(3) If the notice and demand relate to the taxpayer's current
taxable period or year, the director shall declare the taxable
period or year of the taxpayer immediately terminated and the
notice and demand shall relate to the period or year declared
terminated, including therein income, deductions and values
accrued or accumulated up to the date of termination if not
otherwise properly includible in respect of such taxable year
or period.

(4) If the taxpayer believes that he does not owe some or
all of the amount for which the jeopardy assessment lien
against him has been filed, or that no jeopardy to the revenue
in fact exists, it may protest to the department and request a
hearing within 20 days after being notified of the filing of such
jeopardy assessment lien, whereupon the department shall hold
a hearing in conformity with the provisions of this act and,
pursuant thereto, shall notify the taxpayer of its decision as to
whether or not such jeopardy assessment lien will be released.

214.13 Overpayments; Credits.-

(1) If, after a return has been filed, the department finds
that the tax paid with the return is more than the correct
amount, it shall credit or refund the overpayment as is appro-
priate.

(2) In the case of any overpayment, the department may
within the applicable period of limitations credit the amount
of such overpayment, including any interest allowed thereon,
against any part of the liability in respect of the tax giving
rise to the overpayment of the taxpayer who made the over-
payment, refunding any balance to such taxpayer.

214.14 Overpayments; Interest on.-Interest shall be allowed
and paid at the rate of 6% per year upon any overpayment in
respect of a tax made subject to this chapter, except that if
any overpayment is refunded within 9 months after the last
date prescribed for filing the return of such tax (including any
extension thereof) or within 9 months after the return was
filed, whichever is later, no interest shall be allowed on such


overpayment. For purposes of this section, no amount of tax
for any taxable year shall be treated as having been paid before
the date on which the tax return for such year was due under
applicable law, without regard to any extension of the time
for filing such return.

214.15 Overpayments; Refunds.-

(1) Every claim for refund shall be filed with the depart-
ment in writing in such form as the department may by regu-
lation prescribe, and shall state the amount claimed, the specific
grounds upon which the claim is founded and the taxable years
or periods involved.

(2) As soon as practicable after a claim for refund is filed,
the department shall examine the claim and either issue a notice
of refund, abatement or credit to the claimant or issue a notice
of denial; provided, however, that if no notice is issued by the
department before the expiration of 9 months from the date
the claim was filed, the claim shall be deemed to have been
denied for all purposes upon such expiration date.

(3) The denial of a claim for refund shall become final 60
days after the issuance of a notice of denial or after the date
the claim is deemed denied, except for amounts as to which
the claimant shall have filed a protest with the department
under subsection (4).

(4) Within 60 days after the denial of the claim, the claimant
may file with the department a written protest against such
denial, in such form as the department may by regulation
prescribe, setting forth the matter or matters protested and
the grounds on which the protest is based. Whenever a protest
is filed, the department shall reconsider the denial and, if the
taxpayer has so requested shall grant the taxpayer or his
authorized representative a hearing. As soon as practicable
after such reconsideration and hearing, if any, the department
shall issue a notice of its decision to the taxpayer, setting forth
the department's findings of fact and the basis of its decision
in each matter decided in whole or in part adversely to the
claimant.

(5) Within 60 days after the department issues a notice of its
decision, the claimant may file with a department a written
request for reconsideration in such form as the department may
by regulation prescribe, setting forth the matters for which
and the grounds upon which reconsideration is requested. In
any such case, the department may, but need not, grant a re-
hearing or departmental review, and as soon as practicable
after such rehearing or departmental review the department
shall issue a notice of its decision on reconsideration. If a re-
hearing or departmental review is not granted, then within 60
days of its receipt of such request the department shall issue
a notice of denial of such request for reconsideration.

(6) The decision of the department on the claimant's protest
shall become final 60 days after issuance of a notice of decision
under subsection (4) unless a timely request for reconsideration
was made under subsection (5), in which case the decision shall
become final upon the issuance of a notice of denial of such
request or the issuance of a notice of decision on reconsidera-
tion.

214.16 Limitations on Claims for Refund.-

(1) Except as otherwise provided in this section:

(a) A claim for refund shall be filed not later than 3 years
after the date the return was filed or one year after the date
the tax was paid, whichever is the later; and

(b) No credit or refund shall be allowed or made with respect
to the taxable year for which a claim was filed unless such
claim is filed within such period.

(2) Where, before the expiration of the time prescribed in
this section for filing a claim for refund, both the department
and the claimant shall have consented in writing to its filing
after such time, such claim may be filed at any time prior to
the expiration of the period agreed upon. The period so agreed
upon may be extended by subsequent agreements in writing
made before the expiration of the period previously agreed
upon.

(3) The amount of any credit or refund resulting from a
claim for refund shall be limited as follows:

(a) If the claim was filed during the 3-year period prescribed
in subsection (1), the amount of the credit or refund shall not