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Table of Contents
    Title Page
        Page i
    June 1977
        Wednesday, June 8
            Page 1
            Page 2
            Page 3
            Page 4
            Page 5
            Page 6
        Thursday, June 9
            Page 7
            Page 8
            Page 9
            Page 10
            Page 11
            Page 12
            Page 13
            Page 14
        Friday, June 10
            Page 15
            Page 16
            Page 17
            Page 18
            Page 19
            Page 20
        Monday, June 13
            Page 21
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        Tuesday, June 14
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        Wednesday, June 15
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        Thursday, June 16
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    Index
        Contents
            Page 139
        Members of the House with Bills Sponsored
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        Bills, Resolutions, and Memorials Sponsored by Committees
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        Miscellaneous Subjects
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        Vetoed Bills
            Page 143
        Subject Index of House and Senate Bills, Resolutions, and Memorials
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            Page 145
            Page 146
        House Bills, Resolutions, and Memorials by Number, Subject, Sponsor, and Disposition
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        Senate Bills, Resolutions, and Memorials by Number, Subject, Sponsor, and Disposition
            Page 147
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Journal
of the



House



of Representatives



Special



Session



of the



Fifth Legislature
[under the Constitution as Revised in 1968]



JUNE 8 through JUNE 16, 1977
















je JouralOF THE


CHouse of Represejtatives


SPECIAL SESSION



Wednesday, June 8, 1977


Beginning of a Special Session of the Fifth Legislature under the Constitution as Revised in 1968, convened
by Proclamation of the Governor and held at the old Capitol in the City of Tallahassee in the State of Florida,
on Wednesday, June 8, 1977.



The House was called to order at 12:00 Noon by the Hon-
orable Donald L. Tucker, Speaker, pursuant to the following
proclamation of the Governor, which was read:

PROCLAMATION
State of Florida
Executive Department
Tallahassee
TO THE HONORABLE MEMBERS OF THE SENATE AND
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES:
WHEREAS, the Legislature of the State of Florida convened
in regular session for the year 1977 on the 5th day of April
A.D. 1977, and is currently in Regular Session, and
WHEREAS, I have been advised that the Legislature does
not intend to extend the Regular Session in the manner pre-
scribed in the Constitution, and will adjourn sine die on the
3rd day of June A.D. 1977, and
WHEREAS, the Legislature, during the Regular Session
of 1977 has failed to enact a General Appropriations Act or
provide adequate financing for necessary programs and ac-
tivities of State Government, and
WHEREAS, it is my duty as Governor under Section 1 of
Article IV, Florida Constitution (1968) to take care that the
laws be faithfully executed, and
WHEREAS, the enactment of an adequate General Appro-
priations 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 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
Article III, Section 3 of the Constitution of Florida (1968),
do hereby convene the Legislature in Special Session at the
Capital, Tallahassee, Florida, for a period of approximately
seven (7) days, commencing at 12 o'clock Noon, Wednesday,
the 8th day of June A.D. 1977, and ending on the 14th day of
June A.D. 1977.
1. 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) A Compensatory Education Act and such other legis-
lation necessary to implement the General Appropriations Bill,
(d) Legislation relating to tax relief.



2. The only legislative business which may be transacted
during the said Special Session is that business which is within
the purview of paragraph 1 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 (2/3) of the membership of each house of the
Florida Legislature.

E S IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
o hereunto set my hand and caused
the Great Seal of the State of Flor-
of ida to be affixed at Tallahassee,
the Capital, this 3rd day of June
A.D. 1977.
REUBIN O'D. ASKEW
"Governor
ATTEST:
BRUCE A. SMATHERS
Secretary of State

The following Members were recorded present:



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Danson
Davis
Dixon
Dyer

Excused:
Nelson



Easley
Eckhart
Evans
Ewing
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill



Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto
James
Jennings
Jones
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, J..W.
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Mann
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McQall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan



Neal
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Representatives Hodes, Lehman, Malloy, Taylor,



A quorum was present.



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Prayer
Prayer by Representative William J. Rish:
Our Heavenly Father, we thank You for the blessings
of this day. And we thank You that You have allowed us
to be placed in a position of authority that is commen-
surate with the responsibilities which will be ours during
the coming days. And we ask that we might look to
Thee for guidance in all that we do so that we might take
comfort from those great words we find in Psalms where
Thy servant says:
"Fret not thyself because of evil doers, neither be
thou envious against the workers of iniquity.
"For they shall soon be cut down like the grass, and
wither as the green herb.
"Trust in the Lord, and do good; so shalt thou dwell
in the land, and verily thou shalt be fed.
"Delight thyself also in the Lord; and he shall give
thee the desires of thine heart.
"Commit thy way unto the Lord; trust also in him;
and he shall bring it to pass.
"And he shall bring forth thy righteousness as the
light, and thy judgment as the noonday." Amen.

Pledge
The Members pledged allegiance to the Flag.

The Journal

The Journal of June 3, 1977 Regular Session, was approved.

Consideration of HR 1-A Org.
By Representative Craig-
HR 1-A Org.-A resolution relating to the Rules of the
House of Representatives in Special Session.
Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State
of Florida:
1. That the Rules of the House of Representatives be
modified for this and future special sessions as follows:
a. That Rule 8.2 be amended so the Order of Business of
Introduction and Reference be conducted immediately fol-
lowing the Order of Business of Correction of the Journal.
b. That Rule 6.2 be amended to provide for two-hour notice
of committee meetings.
c. That Rule 8.16 be amended to provide for the numerical
listing of bills on the Calendar of the Committee on Rules and
Calendar.
d. That Rules relating to committee meetings shall be
modified to provide that committees shall meet at the call of
chairmen as business presents itself.
-was read the first time by title. On motions by Mr. Craig,
the resolution was read the second time in full and adopted.

Introduction and Reference

By Representative McDonald-
HB 1-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the tax
on severance of solid minerals; amending s. 211.31(1), Florida
Statutes; providing a tax on the severance of phosphate rock
at the rate of 15 percent of the value at the point of severance;
providing for distribution of the proceeds; amending s. 211.32
(3)(d), Florida Statutes; providing that the refund for recla-
mation and restoration shall not exceed 25 percent of the taxes
paid on the severance of phosphate rock; providing an effective
date.



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



By Representative Craig-
HB 2-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
Inland Navigation District; amending section 5, ch. 14723,
Laws of Florida, 1931, as amended; providing for an increase
in the per diem allowance for commissioners; providing a
maximum yearly sum for each commissioner, the chairman,
and the treasurer; providing for annual audits by the Auditor
General; providing compensation for such audits; providing
an effective date.

On motion by Mr. Craig, agreed to by the required Con-
stitutional two-thirds vote, HB 2-A was admitted for intro-
duction, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was out-
side the purview of the Governor's call.

The bill was read the first time by title. On motions by
Mr. Craig, the rules were waived and HB 2-A was read the
second time by title and the third time by title. On passage,
the vote was:

Yeas-107



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Danson
Davis
Dixon



Dyer
Easley
Eckhart
Evans
Ewing
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber



Hill
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto
Jennings
Jones
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Mann
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.



Nays-None
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Gersten, Neal, Smith, Nelson
So the bill passed and was immediately
Senate.



Morgan
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Steinberg
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



certified to the



By Representative McDonald-
HB 3-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the tax on
severance of solid minerals; amending s. 211.31(1), Florida
Statutes; providing a tax on the severance of phosphate rock
at the rate of 15 percent of the value at the point of severance;
providing for distribution of the proceeds; amending s. 211.-
32(3) (d), Florida Statutes; providing that the refund for
reclamation and restoration shall not exceed 25 percent of the
taxes paid on the severance of phosphate rock and limiting the
restoration and reclamation programs eligible for refund;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives Frank, Redman, Considine, Sheldon,
Davis, Conway, Young, Moffitt, Sadowski, and Maxwell-
HB 4-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to educa-
tional funding; creating s. 236.088, Florida Statutes, creating
the "Florida Compensatory Education Act of 1977"; providing
legislative intent; providing for fund allocation to school
districts; providing criteria for distribution of funds to school
districts; providing for administration of the program by the
Department of Education; providing for the adoption of rules



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by the State Board of Education; providing for an annual re-
port; repealing s. 236.081(2), Florida Statutes, relating to the
compensatory education supplemental cost factor; providing an
appropriation; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title. On motions by Mr. Red-
man, the rules were waived and HB 4-A was read the second
time by title and the third time by title.

Mr. Forbes moved the previous question, which was agreed to.
The question recurred on the passage of HB 4-A. The vote
was:

Yeas-97



Davis
Dixon
Dyer
Easley
Eckhart
Evans
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Foster
Fox
Frank
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey



Nays-14
Danson Hollingsworth
Ewing Jones
Fulford Langley
Gallagher McCall
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Neal, Smith, Nelson
Nays to Yeas-Gallagher



Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodges
Hutto
James
Jennings
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Mann
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McKnight
McPherson
Mica
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan



Melvin
Mixson
Patchett
Rish



So the bill passed and was immediately
Senate.



Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Papy
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sheldon
Steinberg
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Woodruff
Young



Sample
Williams



certified to the



Recess
At 12:36 p.m. the House stood in informal recess to await
the report of the Committee on Appropriations.

Reconvened
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 1:06 p.m.
A quorum was present.

Continuation of Introduction and Reference

By Representative Fortune-
HB 10-A-A bill to be entitled An act making appropria-
tions; providing moneys for the annual period beginning July
1, 1977 and ending June 30, 1978 to pay salaries, other ex-
penses, capital outlay-buildings and improvements, and for
other specified purposes of the various agencies of state gov-
ernment; suspending sections 27.34(2), 27.54(3), 215.32(2) (c),
216.221, 216.251(1), 216.262, 216.292, 216.301(2), 216.351, 230.-
765, 230.767(2), 230.081(3), 231.30(2)(a), 257.22 and 402.17(3),
Florida Statutes, repealing item 45C, Section 2, Chapter 76-285,
Laws of Florida; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title. On motion by Mr. Fortune,
the rules were waived and HB 10-A was read the second time
by title.



Representatives Bloom, Bell, Hagler, Hector, Jones, T.
Lewis, Mann, Maxwell, McPherson and Ogden offered the
following amendment:
Amendment 1-In Section 1, page 4, insert: support staff to
Washington office



Item 27A Salaries and Benefits
From State-Federal Relations Trust
Fund 5
Item 27B Expenses
From State-Federal Relations Trust
Fund
Item 27C Operating Capital Outlay
From State-Federal Relations Trust
Fund
Item 27D Transfer to State-Federal Relations Trust
Fund
From General Revenue



$72,760

1,870

1,225

75,855



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Culbreath



The Chair
Adams
Allen



Andrews
Becker
Bell



Black
Blackburn
Bloom



Boyd
Brown
Carlton



Provided, any state agency receiving a federal grant or
contract shall identify that portion representing reimburse-
ment of allocable statewide overhead and deposit that amount
into the State-Federal Relations Trust Fund which shall be
used to support the activities and operations of the Washing-
ton office, staff, and support services.
Provided further, that $19,000 be advanced from the General
Revenue Fund as first quarter start-up funds, which funds shall
be reimbursed to the General Revenue Fund not later than
December 31, 1977.
Provided further, that the amount collected and deposited
in the trust fund in excess of $291,300 shall revert to the
General Revenue Fund unallocated.
Mrs. Bloom moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representatives Bloom, Bell, Hagler, Hector, Jones, T. Lewis,
Mann, Maxwell, McPherson, and Ogden offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 2-In Section 1, page 51, insert: operation of
Washington office
Item 512A Salaries and Benefits
From State-Federal Relations Trust
Fund 4 $123,000
Item 512B Expenses
From State-Federal Relations Trust
Fund 28,000
Item 512C Operating Capital Outlay
From State-Federal Relations Trust
Fund 6,200
Item 512D Transfer to State-Federal Relations Trust
Fund
From General Revenue 157,200
Provided, any state agency receiving a federal grant or con-
tract shall identify that portion representing reimbursement
of allocable statewide overhead and deposit that amount into
the State-Federal Relations Trust Fund which shall be used
to support the activities and operations of the Washington
office, staff, and support services.
Provided further, that $39,300 be advanced from the General
Revenue Fund as first quarter start-up funds, which funds shall
be reimbursed to the General Revenue Fund not later than
December 31, 1977.
Provided further, that the amount collected and deposited in
the trust fund in excess of $291,300 shall revert to the General
Revenue Fund unallocated.
Mrs. Bloom moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

On motion by Mr. Fortune, the rules were waived and HB
10-A, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage,
the vote was:

Yeas-65



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Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Culbreath
Dixon
Dyer
Easley
Fontana
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Frank

Nays-48
Barrett
Batchelor
Burnsed
Burrall
Cassens
Crawford
Crenshaw
Danson
Davis
Eckhart
Evans
Ewing



Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hill
James
Kershaw
Kiser


Fechtel
Fulford
Gallagher
Grizzle
Grosse
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hieber
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto
Jennings



Kutun
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Margolis
Martin
McKnight
McPherson
Moffitt
Morgan
Neal
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic


Jones
Kirkwood
Langley
Mann
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moore, R.
Moore, T.



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Richard
Nays-Nelson
Yeas to Nays--J. W. Lewis
Nays to Yeas-Poole
So the bill passed, as amended, and was
fied to the Senate after engrossment.



Poindexter
Redman
Ryals
Sadowski
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Ward
Warner
Woodruff
Young



Nuckolls
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poole
Ready
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Sample
Thompson
Williams



immediately certi-



By Representative Culbreath-
HB 5-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pari-
mutuel wagering; amending s. 550.181, Florida Statutes; pro-
hibiting certain persons and entities from holding a horse-
racing or dogracing or jai alai permit; providing for the
denial, suspension, and revocation of such permits; requiring
certain persons and entities which are determined by the divi-
sion of pari-mutuel wagering not to be of good moral charac-
ter or which are convicted of certain offenses to be divested
of interest in a permitholder as a condition of the holder
retaining the permit; providing certain exemptions for present
permitholders who have received a pardon or restoration of
civil rights; amending s. 550.21, Florida Statutes; prohibiting
the transfer of more than 10 percent of the equity interest of or
in a permitholder including a corporation or limited partner-
ship, unless such transfer and transferee are approved by the
said division; providing that a corporation may apply for and
receive a restoration of civil rights; creating s. 550.361, Florida
Statutes, redefining bookmaking, providing penalties, provid-
ing for conspiracy, providing an exception; creating s. 550.-
362, Florida Statutes, prohibiting bookmaking at a pari-mutuel
track or fronton, providing penalties, denying attendance to
tracks and frontons of known bookmakers, specifying duties
of track employees with regard to bookmaking, providing
exceptions; repealing ss. 849.24 and 849.25, Florida Statutes,
1975, relating to bookmaking; providing an effective date.

On motion by Mr. Culbreath, agreed to by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote, HB 5-A was admitted for
introduction, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was
outside the purview of the Governor's call.

The bill was read the first time by title. On motion by Mr.
Culbreath, the rules were waived and HB 5-A was read the
second time by title. Pending consideration thereof, further
consideration of HB 5-A was temporarily deferred.

Subsequently, on motion by Mr. Culbreath, the House re-
considered the vote by which HB 5-A was admitted for intro-
duction, and, without objection, HB 5-A was withdrawn from
further consideration of the House.



By Representatives Hill, Hector, Tucker, Craig, James, and
Brown-
HB 6-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to beverage
licenses; adding s. 561.20(9), Florida Statutes, 1976 Supple-
ment; providing for the issuance of additional special licenses to
certain counties for transfer to applicants approved by such
county for use within the confines of the terminal facilities of
the airport owned and operated by such county; providing that
such special licenses not permit the sale of alcoholic beverages
for off-premise consumption; providing an effective date.

On motion by Mr. Hill, agreed to by the required Consti-
tutional two-thirds vote, HB 6-A was admitted for introduction,
the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside the
purview of the Governor's call.

The bill was read the first time by title. On motions by Mr.
Hill, the rules were waived and HB 6-A was read the second
time by title and the third time by title. On passage, the vote
was:

Yeas-96



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Barrett
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Danson

Nays-15
Batchelor
Cassens
Hagler
Hazouri



Dyer
Easley
Eckhart
Evans
Ewing
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton



Hutto
Langley
Mann
McCall



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Nelson
So the bill passed and
Senate.



Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Jennings
Jones
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kutun
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt



Morgan
Neal
Patchett
Rish



Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Papy
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Ryals
Sadowski
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Woodruff
Young



Robinson
Sample
Williams



was immediately certified to the



HB 7-A-Withdrawn prior to introduction.

By Representative Culbreath-
HB 8-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pari-
mutuel wagering; amending s. 550.181, Florida Statutes, pro-
hibiting certain persons and entities from holding a horse-
racing or dogracing or jai alai permit; providing for the
denial, suspension, and revocation of such permits; requiring
certain persons and entities which are determined by the
Division of Pari-mutuel Wagering of the Department of Busi-
ness Regulation not to be of good moral character or which
are convicted of certain offenses to be divested of interest in a
permitholder as a condition of the holder retaining the permit;
providing certain exemptions for present permitholders who
have received a pardon or restoration of civil rights; amend-
ing s. 550.21, Florida Statutes, prohibiting the transfer of more
than 10 percent of the equity interest of or in a permitholder
including a corporation or limited partnership, unless such
transfer and transferee are approved by the division; provid-



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ing that a corporation may apply for and receive a restoration
of civil rights; providing an effective date.

On motion by Mr. Culbreath, agreed to by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote, HB 8-A was admitted for in-
troduction, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was
outside the purview of the Governor's call.

The bill was read the first time by title. On motions by Mr.
Culbreath, the rules were waived and HB 8-A was read the
second time by title and the third time by title. On passage,
the vote was:



5



212.08(3) and (4), Florida Statutes, increasing the tax on the
rental of certain farm equipment, providing an exemption;
amending s. 212.12(1), (10) and (11), Florida Statutes, 1976
Supplement, reducing the dealer's credit for collecting tax,
amending and creating brackets applicable to taxable trans-
actions; amending s. 125.0165(1), Florida Statutes, 1976 Sup-
plement, relating to discretionary sales taxes; providing legis-
lative intent; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title. On motion by Mr. Boyd,
the rules were waived and HB 9-A was read the second time by
title. Pending consideration thereof, Mr. Jones moved the
previous question on the bill, which was agreed to. The vote
was:



Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto
James
Jennings
Jones
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Mann
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan



Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Yeas-108
The Chair Dyer
Allen Eckhart
Andrews Evans
Barrett Ewing
Batchelor Fechtel
Becker Fontana
Bell Forbes
Black Fortune
Blackburn Foster
Bloom Fox
Boyd Frank
Brown Fulford
Burnsed Gallagher
Burrall Gersten
Carlton Girardeau
Cassens Gordon
Cherry Grizzle
Considine Grosse
Conway Hagler
Cox Hattaway
Craig Hawkins
Crawford Hazelton
Crenshaw Hazouri
Culbreath Healey
Danson Hector
Davis Hieber
Dixon Hill

Nays--3
Gustafson Haben



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Adams, Moffitt, Nelson
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate.

Recess
The House stood in informal recess at 2:15 p.m.

Reconvene
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 2:50 p.m.
A quorum was present.

Continuation of Introduction and Reference

By Representatives Boyd, Brown, Bell, Conway, Andrews,
Kutun, McPherson, and Dyer-
HB 9-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxation;
amending s. 212.02(3) (c), Florida Statutes, 1976 Supplement,
redefining the term "retail sales", etc.; amending s. 212.03(1),
(3) and (6), Florida Statutes, increasing certain transient
rental taxes; amending s. 212.031(1), Florida Statutes, in-
creasing the tax on the lease or rental of certain real property;
amending s. 212.04(1) and (5), Florida Statutes, increasing
certain admissions taxes; amending s. 212.05(1) (a), (2), (3),
(4), (5) and (6), Florida Statutes, 1976 Supplement, and the
introductory paragraph thereof, increasing the sales, storage
and use tax; amending s. 212.055(1), Florida Statutes, 1976
Supplement, conforming language to tax increases; amend-
ing s. 212.06(1) (a), Florida Statutes, increasing the sales,
storage and use tax collectible from dealers; amending s.



Yeas-65
The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Barrett
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Carlton
Cassens
Cherry
Conway
Cox

Nays-44
Batchelor
Becker
Burrall
Considine
Crenshaw
Danson
Davis
Easley
Eckhart
Evans
Ewing



Culbreath
Dixon
Dyer
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Gustafson
Haben
Hazelton
Hazouri



Fechtel
Gallagher
Grizzle
Grosse
Hawkins
Hieber
Hollingsworth
Hutto
James
Jennings
Kirkwood



Healey
Hector
Hill
Hodges
Jones
Kershaw
Kutun
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Margolis
Martin
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Moffitt
Morgan


Kiser
Langley
Mann
Maxwell
McDonald
Mica
Mixson
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Neal
Nuckolls



Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Ready
Redman
Richard
Ryals
Sadowski
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Ward
Williams
Young



Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Sample
Thompson
Warner
Woodruff



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Poole

On motion by Mr. Boyd, the rules were waived and HB
9-A, was read the third time by title. On passage, the vote
was:

Yeas-61



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Culbreath

Nays-48
Barrett
Batchelor
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Cassens



Dixon
Dyer
Easley
Fontana
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Frank
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Gustafson
Haben
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey


Crawford
iCrenshaw
Danson
Davis
Eckhart
Evans



Hector
Hieber
Hill
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Margolis
Martin
McKnight
McPherson
Moffitt
Morgan
Ogden
O'Malley


Ewing
Fechtel
Fulford
Gallagher
Grizzle
Grosse



Pajcic
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Ryals
Sadowski
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Warner
Young



Hawkins
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto
James
Jennings



June 8, 1977



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JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



Jones McDonald Neal
Kirkwood Melvin Nuckolls
Langley Mica Papy
Lewis, J. W. Mixson Patchett
Mann Moore, R. Patterson
Maxwell Moore, T. Richmond
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Craig, Hagler, Ward
Nays-Nelson, Hattaway, McCall



Rish
Robinson
Sample
Thompson
Williams
Woodruff



June 8, 1977



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


Adjournment

On motion by Mr. Craig, the House adjourned at 2:58 p.m.
to reconvene at 11:00 a.m. tomorrow.



6
















^0e Joural OF THE


o use of I1preseqitatives


SPECIAL SESSION



Thursday, June 9, 1977



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 11:00 a.m.

The following Members were recorded present:



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Danson
Davis
Dixon
Dyer
Easley



Eckhart
Evans
Ewing
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodges
Hollingsworth



Hutto
James
Jennings
Jones
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Neal
Nelson



Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Excused: Representatives Hodes, Lehman, Taylor

A quorum was present.

Explanation of Absence
At the present time both of my parents are in Memorial
Hospital in Hollywood, Florida. My father is 85 and my mother
is 82 and they are both seriously ill. I find it necessary
to ask permission to return home as of June 6th for an indefinite
period depending on their response to treatment.

Representative David J. Lehman, M. D.

Prayer

Prayer by Representative Earl Hutto:
Our Gracious Heavenly Father, as we reverently bow at
the beginning of this session, may we remember that Thou
hast said in Thy holy word that if we seek first the
Kingdom of God, all these things shall be added. We
acknowledge our need of Thy presence in our lives. We
are beset by human frailties and thus confess our limitations
in dealing with the problems which confront us. We are
weak indeed and within ourselves are helpless. So we
ask for forgiveness. May we put aside ourselves and put



Thee on the throne of our lives, realizing that when Thou
art in control there is no way we can fail. We pray the
indwelling of Thy holy spirit that we may be used daily
in service to Thee and those we represent. Yea, Lord, take
pre-eminence in our lives and grant that we may not be-
come so enamored with ourselves that we forget to allow
Thee first place. Shower Thy great love upon us this
day that we may in turn reflect this love to all those in
our presence. These things we pray in the name of our
Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. Amen.

The Journal
The Journal of June 8 was approved.

Introduction and Reference

By Representatives Sheldon, Boyd, Fortune, Sadowski, Davis,
and Smith-
HB 11-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state gov-
ernment; creating the State Finance and Taxation Study Com-
mission; providing for membership; providing for organization;
providing duties and powers; providing for reports; providing
for compensation; providing for cooperation by state agencies;
providing an appropriation; providing effective and expiration
dates.
Mr. Sheldon moved that HB 11-A be admitted for introduc-
tion, the Speaker having ruled the measure outside the purview
of the Governor's call. The motion was not agreed to by the
required Constitutional two-thirds vote. The vote was:



Yeas-60
Adams
Allen
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Bloom
Brown
Considine
Conway
Cox
Culbreath
Danson
Davis
Dyer

Nays-40
Andrews
Barrett
Burnsed
Burrall
Cassens
Craig
Dixon
Evans
Fulford
Grizzle



Easley
Eckhart
Ewing
Fontana
Foster
Fox
Frank
Gallagher
Girardeau
Gordon
Gustafson
Haben
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey



Grosse
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto
Jones
Kirkwood
Martin



Hector
Hieber
Hill
James
Jennings
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
McDonald



Maxwell
McCall
McPherson
Mica
Mixson
Moore, R.
Neal
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley



McKnight
Melvin
Moffitt
Moore, T.
Morgan
Patchett
Poindexter
Poole
Redman
Richard
Ryals
Sheldon
Ward
Warner
Young



Pajcic
Patterson
Ready
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Steinberg
Thompson
Williams
Woodruff



7









JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Cherry, Papy, Gersten, Nelson
Nays-Sample
Therefore, HB 11-A was not admitted for introduction.

MR. HODGES IN THE CHAIR

Subsequently, on motion by Mr. Ogden, the House agreed to re-
consider the vote by which HB 11-A was not admitted for
introduction. The vote was:

Yeas-56



Adams
Allen
Andrews
Batchelor
Becker
Black
Bloom
Boyd
Burrall
Carlton
Considine
Conway
Cox
Davis

Nays-53
The Chair
Barrett
Blackburn
Burnsed
Cassens
Cherry
Craig
Crawford
iCrenshaw
Culbreath
Danson
Dixon
Evans
Ewing



Dyer
Eckhart
Foster
Fox
Frank
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Gustafson
Haben
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hieber


Fechtel
Fontana
Fulford
Gallagher
Grizzle
Grosse
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hector
Hollingsworth
Hutto
James
Jennings



Hill
Jones
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
McKnight
McPherson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Morgan


Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Lewis, J. W.
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moore, T.
Neal
Nuckolls
O'Malley



Nelson
Ogden
Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Poindexter
Richard
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Warner
Young


Patterson
Ready
Redman
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Thompson
Ward
Williams
Woodruff



THE SPEAKER IN THE CHAIR

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

The question recurred on the motion to admit HB 11-A for in-
troduction, which was not agreed to by the required Constitu-
tional two-thirds vote. The vote was:



Yeas-59
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Batchelor
Becker
Black
Bloom
Boyd
Burrall
Considine
Conway
Cox
Davis
Dyer
Easley

Nays-53
The Chair
Barrett
Blackburn
Burnsed
Carlton
Cassens



Eckhart
Fontana
Forbes
Foster
Fox
Frank
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Gustafson
Haben
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hieber



Cherry
Craig
Crawford
iCrenshaw
Culbreath
Danson



Hill
Kershaw
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
McKnight
McPherson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Morgan
Nelson



Dixon
Evans
Ewing
Fechtel
Fulford
Gallagher



Ogden
Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Poindexter
Richard
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Ward
Warner
Young



Grizzle
Grosse
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hector



Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto
James
Jennings
Jones
Kirkwood
Kiser



Lewis, J. W.
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moore, T.



Neal
Nuckolls
O'Malley
Patterson
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richmond



Rish
Robinson
Thompson
Williams
Woodruff



Therefore, HB 11-A was not admitted for introduction.

By Representative Melvin-
HB 12-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to sales, stor-
age, and use tax; amending s. 212.02(3) (c), Florida Statutes,
1976 Supplement, and s. 212.08(4), Florida Statutes, to exempt
from taxation fuel and energy used in manufacturing or pro-
cessing goods for sale or resale; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Melvin-
HB 13-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to sales,
storage, and use tax; amending s. 212.05(6), Florida Statutes,
1976 Supplement, reducing the tax on machinery, equipment,
and parts; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Melvin-
HB 14-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to sales and
use tax; amending s. 212.051, Florida Statutes; exempting from
the sales and use tax expenditures for any device, systems,
equipment, or machinery used primarily for the control or
abatement of pollutants from stationary sources; requiring
that such expenditures be certified by the Department of En-
vironmental Regulation in order to qualify for the exemption;
exempting from the sales and use tax that portion of the price
of a motor vehicle attributable to federally required pollution
control devices, in amounts certified by the Department of
Revenue; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Melvin-
HB 15-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to assessments
of special classes of property; amending s. 193.511, Florida
Statutes; changing the assessment on items of inventory from
25 percent to 10 percent; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives Easley and Smith-
HB 16-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to county
transportation systems; amending s. 336.021(1) and (3), Florida
Statutes, providing that the additional 1 cent tax on motor fuel
and special fuel authorized to be levied by the counties may be
used for the establishment, operation, and maintenance of trans-
portation facilities and the acquisition, construction, recon-
struction, and maintenance of roads and streets; providing that
such activities fulfill a county purpose and may be financed
by county funds, special taxing district funds, or other funds
as authorized by law; providing for a limitation of said tax;
providing an effective date.
Mrs. Easley moved that HB 16-A be admitted for introduc-
tion, the Speaker having ruled the measure outside the purview
of the Governor's call. The motion was not agreed to by the
required Constitutional two-thirds vote. The vote was:

Yeas-72



Adams
Allen
Batchelor
Becker
Bell



Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown



Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Considine
Conway



Cox
Craig
;Crenshaw
Culbreath
Davis



8



June 9, 1977









JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



Hodges
Hollingsworth
James
Jennings
Jones
Kershaw
Kirkwodd
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lockward
Malloy
Mann



Dyer
Easley
Fechtel
Fontana
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Gallagher
Grizzle
Gustafson
Hawkins
Hazouri
Healey

Nays-25
Andrews
Barrett
Cassens
Danson
Dixon
Eckhart
Evans



Margolis
Martin
McDonald
McKnight
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Neal
Nuckolls
O'Malley
Papy


Hattaway
Hector
Hutto
Maxwell
McCall
Melvin
Morgan



Patchett
Poole
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Ryals
Sadowski
Sheldon
Steinberg
Warner
Woodruff
Young


Ready
Thompson
Ward
Williams



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Gersten, Cherry, Hill, J. W. Lewis, Hieber
Nays-Nelson, Sample
Therefore, HB 16-A was not admitted for introduction.

MR. HODGES IN THE CHAIR
Subsequently, on motion by Mr. Danson, the House agreed
to reconsider the vote by which HB 16-A was not admitted for
introduction.

Mrs. Easley suggested the absence of a quorum. A quorum of
111 Members was present.

The question recurred on the motion to admit HB 16-A for
introduction, which was agreed to by the required Constitu-
tional two-thirds vote, and the bill was read the first time by
title. On motion by Mrs. Easley, the rules were waived and
HB 16-A was read the second time by title.

Representative Boyd offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 1, line 24, after "referendum," in-
sert: except counties chartered prior to June 1, 1977, which
shall not be subject to referendum approval,
Mr. Boyd moved the adoption of the amendment, which failed
of adoption. The vote was:

Yeas-33



Crawford
Crenshaw
Dyer
Easley
Evans
Fechtel
Forbes
Gustafson
Hattaway


Ewing
Fortune
Foster
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagler
Hazelton
Hazouri



Hawkins
Hill
Hollingsworth
James
Kershaw
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
Patterson



Healey
Hieber
Hutto
Jennings
Kirkwood
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica



Poole
Richard
Richmond
Sheldon
Warner
Young



Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Neal
Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Papy
Poindexter
Ready
Redman
Rish



Robinson Smith Ward
Sadowski Steinberg Williams
Sample Thompson
Votes after roll call:
Nays-J. W. Lewis
Yeas to Nays-Richard, James



Woodruff



On motion by Mrs. Easley, the rules were waived and HB
16-A was read the third time by title. On passage, the vote
was:

Yeas-105



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Cassens
Cherry
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Danson
Davis
Dixon
Dyer
Easley

Nays-9
Barrett
Considine
Crawford
Votes after



Eckhart
Ewing
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill


Evans
Maxwell
McCall
roll call:



Yeas-J. W. Lewis
So the bill passed and
Senate.



Hollingsworth
Hutto
James
Jennings
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Martin
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Neal
Nuckolls
Ogden



Morgan
Nelson



O'Malley
Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Thompson



was immediately certified to the



THE SPEAKER IN THE CHAIR

By Representative Craig-
HR 17-A-A resolution commending the Flagler College
Men's Tennis Team.
Mr. Craig moved that HR 17-A be admitted for introduction,
the Speaker having ruled the measure outside the purview of
the Governor's call. The motion was not agreed to by the re-
quired Constitutional two-thirds vote. Therefore, HR 17-A
was not admitted for introduction.

By Representative Martin-
HB 20-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to sex dis-
crimination in the granting of faculty salaries at state uni-
versities; amending s. 241.735(2), (3), Florida Statutes, 1976
Supplement; providing for salary inequality studies to be made
on an annual basis; providing that salary increases to female
faculty members as a result of such studies be retroactive to
the academic year for which the study is performed; requiring
the Commissioner of Education to make annual reports of the
results of such studies; deleting obsolete provisions; providing
an effective date.
Mr. Martin moved that HB 20-A be admitted for introduc-
tion, the Speaker having ruled the measure outside the purview
of the Governor's call. The motion was not agreed to by the
required Constitutional two-thirds vote. Therefore, HB 20-A
was not admitted for introduction.



Ewing
Forbes
Frank
Fulford
Gordon
Grosse
Hagler



The Chair
Adams
Andrews
Bell
Boyd
Brown
Cassens
Conway
Cox

Nays-69
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Considine
Craig
Culbreath
Danson
Dixon
Eckhart



June 9, 1977



9









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MR. HODGES IN THE CHAIR

By Representatives Mixson and Rish-
HB 19-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to local re-
source recovery and management programs; amending s. 403.-
706(1), (2), Florida Statutes; providing for the establish-
ment, within a specified time period, of a local resource re-
covery and management program by interlocal agreement or
by special act of the Legislature; directing that such program
include an implementation schedule subject to certain require-
ments; providing for program control and review at the local
level; providing that the Department of Environmental Regu-
lation determine the practicality of 'resource recovery and
management programs; amending s. 403.710(1), (4), Florida
Statutes, and adding subsection (9) to said section; providing
that the chairman of the Resource Recovery Council be selected
by the members of the council; limiting the review by the
council of local programs to those areas required to plan for
resource recovery; providing for termination of the council and
transfer of its records and property to the department; repeal-
ing s. 403.710, Florida Statutes, relating to the Resource
Recovery Council, effective October 1, 1979; providing an ef-
fective date.

On motion by Mr. Mixson, agreed to by the required Consti-
tutional two-thirds vote, HB 19-A was admitted for introduction
by the House, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was
outside the purview of the Governor's call.

The bill was read the first time by title. On motions by Mr.
Mixson, the rules were waived and HB 19-A was read the second
time by title and the third time by title. On passage, the vote
was:

Yeas-98



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Barrett
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Cassens
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Danson
Davis
Dixon
Dyer
Eckhart
Evans
Ewing



Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Fulford
Gallagher
Gersten
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Hector
Hieber
Hollingsworth
Hutto
James
Jennings



Nays-9
Batchelor Healey
Crawford Kirkwood
Frank Mica



Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden



Neal
Pajcic



IE



O'Malley
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Young



Woodruff



"Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Cherry, J. W. Lewis, Hill, Considine
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Senate.

By Representative Ryals-
HB 18-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to bookmaking;
amending s. 849.25, Florida Statutes; redefining bookmaking,
providing penalties, providing for conspiracy, providing an ex-
ception; creating s. 550.361, Florida Statutes; prohibiting book-
making at a pari-mutuel track or fronton, providing penalties,
denying attendance to tracks and frontons of known bookmakers,
specifying duties of track employees with regard to bookmaking,



- --



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Cassens
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Danson
Davis
Dixon
Dyer
Nays-None



Easley
Eckhart
Evans
Ewing
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber



Hill
Hollingsworth
Hutto
James
Jennings
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
fI-organ
Neal



Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



OF REPRESENTATIVES June 9, 1977

providing exceptions; repealing s. 849.24, Florida Statutes, relat-
ing to bookmaking; providing an effective date.

On motion by Mr. Ryals, agreed to by the required Constitu-
tional two-thirds vote, HB 18-A was admitted for introduction by
the House, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was out-
side the purview of the Governor's call.

The bill was read the first time by title. On motion by Mr.
Ryals, the rules were waived and HB 18-A was read the second
time by title.

Representative Haben offered the following amendment:
Amendment I-On page 1, line 30 through page 2, line 6,
strike "Any person convicted under the provisions of this sub-
section shall be sentenced to a minimum term of imprisonment
of 1 calendar year. Notwithstanding the provisions of s. 948.01,
adjudication of guilt or imposition of sentence shall not be
suspended, deferred, or withheld, nor shall the defendant be
eligible for parole or statutory gain-time under s. 944.27 or s.
944.29, prior to serving such minimum sentence." and insert:
Notwithstanding: the provisions of s. 948.01, any person con-
victed under the provisions of this subsection shall not have
adjudication of guilt suspended, deferred, or withheld.
Mr. Haben moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Haben offered the following amendment:
Amendment 2-On page 3, lines 8-15, strike "Any person con-
victed under the provisions of this subsection shall be sentenced
to a minimum term of imprisonment of one calendar year. Not-
withstanding the provisions of s. 948.01, adjudication of guilt
or imposition of sentence shall not be suspended, deferred, or
withheld, nor shall the defendant be eligible for parole or
statutory gain-time under s. 944.27 or s. 944.29, prior to serving
such minimum sentence." and insert: Notwithstanding the pro-
visions of s. 948.01, any person convicted under the provisions
of this subsection shall not have adjudication of guilt suspended,
deferred, or withheld.
Mr. Haben moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

On motion by Mr. Ryals, the rules were waived and HB 18-A,
as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage, the
vote was:

Yeas-112









JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Cherry, J. W. Lewis
So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certified
to the Senate after engrossment.

THE SPEAKER IN THE CHAIR

Presentation of Former Member
Mr. Nelson presented the Honorable James H. Pruitt, former
Member of the House from Brevard County.

Recess
On motion by Mr. Craig, the House recessed at 11:&5 a.m. to
reconvene at 2:00 p.m. today.

AFTERNOON SESSION
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 2:00 p.m.
A quorum was present.

Continuation of Introduction and Reference

By Representative Culbreath-
HB 32-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pari-mutuel
wagering; adding a new section to chapter 550, Florida Statutes,
and adding a new section to chapter 551, Florida Statutes, requir-
ing dogracing, horseracing, and jai alai permittees to withhold
an additional commission of 0.6% from the pari-mutuel pools;
providing for disposition of said funds; excepting quarter horse
racing permittees; repealing chapter 75-42, Laws of Florida,
relating to the presently provided additional 0.4% commission
authorized to be withheld from the pari-mutuel pools, which
authorization expires July 1, 1977; providing effective and ex-
piration dates.

On motion by Mr. Culbreath, agreed to by the required Con-
stitutional two-thirds vote, HB 32-A was admitted for introduc-
tion by the House, the Speaker having ruled that the measure
was outside the purview of the Governor's call.

The bill was read the first time by title. On motions by Mr.
Culbreath, the rules were waived and HB 32-A was read the
second time by title and the third time by title. On passage, the
vote was:

Yeas-110



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Carlton
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Danson
Davis
Dixon
Dyer
Easley



Eckhart
Evans
Ewing
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Frank
Gallagher
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodges
Hollingsworth



Hutto
James
Jennings
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Neal
Nelson



Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajeic
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Thompson
Ward
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Nays-3
Burrall



Crawford Mann



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Gersten
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Senate.

By Representative Melvin-
HB 26-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to outdoor
advertising; adding s. 479.01(18), Florida Statutes; defining
"motorist services directional sign"; adding s. 479.02(5), Flor-
ida Statutes; requiring the Department of Transportation to
transmit certifications and requests received from the Division
of Tourism of the Department of Commerce to the United States
Secretary of Transportation for approval; adding s. 479.111(4),
Florida Statutes; permitting retention of motorist services
directional signs in defined areas; amending s. 479.24(4), Florida
Statutes; requiring that no motorist services directional signs
be condemned by the power of eminent domain until all other
nonconforming signs have been removed; adding s. 288.34(4),
Florida Statutes; providing for certification by the Division
of Tourism of requests for the retention of motorist services
directional signs in certain defined areas as well as furnishing
available information which shows that removal of such signs
would cause a substantial economic hardship in such defined
areas; providing an effective date.
Mr. Melvin moved that HB 26-A be admitted for introduction,
the Speaker having ruled the measure outside the purview of
the Governor's call. The motion was not agreed to by the required
Constitutional two-thirds vote. Therefore, HB 26-A was not
admitted for introduction.

By Representative Hill-
HB 23-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the regula-
tion of boats; amending s. 371.68, Florida Statutes, providing
that violations of certain boating safety regulations are non-
criminal violations rather than second degree misdemeanors;
providing an effective date.

On motion by Mr. Hill, agreed to by the required Constitu-
tional two-thirds vote, HB 23-A was admitted for introduction
by the House, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was
outside the purview of the Governor's call.

The bill was read the first time by title. On motions by
Mr. Hill, the rules were waived and HB 23-A was read the second
time by title and the third time by title. On passage, the vote
was:

Yeas-107



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Barrett
Batchelor
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Davis
Dixon
Dyer
Easley



Eckhart
Evans
Ewing
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill



Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto
James
Jennings
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan



Neal
Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sample
Smith
Steinberg
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Young



June 9, 1977



11









JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



Nays-9
Becker
Crawford
Danson



Foster
Mann
Moffitt



Sadowski
Sheldon



Woodruff



So the bill passed.

THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE IN THE CHAIR

Subsequently, on motion by Mr. Fulford, the House re-
considered the vote by which HB 23-A passed and the bill
was placed on third reading.

Representatives Fulford and Steinberg offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 1, line 14, after "s. 371.57" insert:
(1) (a) 1. and 2.
Mr. Steinberg moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted by two-thirds vote.



The question
was:



Yeas-83
The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Barrett
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Cherry
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Dixon
Dyer
Eckhart
Nays-27

Batchelor
Becker
Burrall
Cassens
Considine
Crawford
Danson



recurred on the passage of HB 23-A. The vote



Fechtel
Fortune
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto



Davis
Easley
Evans
Ewing
Fontana
Foster
Gallagher



Jennings
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kutun
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Neal
Nelson


Grizzle
Hazouri
James
Kiser
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Mann



Nuckolls
O'Malley
Papy
Patterson
Poindexter
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Sadowski
Sample
Smith
Steinberg
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Young



McDonald
Ogden
Patchett
Poole
Sheldon
Woodruff



So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certified
to the Senate after engrossment.

MR. HAZELTON IN THE CHAIR

By Representatives Craig and Rish-
HB 21-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Flor-
ida Statutes; creating s. 1.05, Florida Statutes; establishing a
statutory rule of construction concerning the effect on a spe-
cific statutory reference to a provision of the Florida Statutes
of a subsequent amendment to the referenced provision; amend-
ing s. 11.1465(3), Florida Statutes; providing that legislative
bill summaries include a list of existing statutes referencing the
statutes included in the bill; directing preparation of a reviser's
bill; providing an effective date.
Mr. Craig moved that HB 21-A be admitted for introduction,
the Speaker having ruled the measure outside the purview of
the Governor's call. Mr. T. Moore moved the previous question,
which was agreed to. The question recurred on the motion that
HB 21-A be admitted for introduction, which was not agreed
to by the required Constitutional two-thirds vote. Therefore,
HB 21-A was not admitted for introduction.



By Representatives Smith, Gersten, and Kiser-
HB 24-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to contra-
band; amending s. 948.41(1), Florida Statutes, and adding para-
graph (e) to subsection (2) thereof; providing a short title;
including personal property used or intended for use in the
commission of certain crimes within the definition of "contra-
band articles"; adding subsection (4) to s. 943.42, Florida
Statutes, making unlawful the concealment or possession of
contraband articles of personal property; amending s. 943.43,
Florida Statutes, providing for forfeiture of contraband articles
of personal property; amending s. 943.44(1) and (2), Florida
Statutes, providing forfeiture proceedings for such personal
property; providing an effective date.

Mr. Smith moved that HB 24-A be admitted for introduc-
tion, the Speaker having ruled the measure outside the purview
of the Governor's call. The motion was not agreed to by the re-
quired Constitutional two-thirds vote. Therefore, HB 24-A was
not admitted for introduction.

By Representatives Smith, Gersten, and Kiser-

HB 25-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Legis-
lature; creating ss. 11.701-11.709, Florida Statutes; providing
legislative intent; providing definitions; establishing the Florida
Joint Legislative Committee on Organized Crime; providing for
an executive director and other employees; providing powers
and duties of the committee; providing for investigations and
hearings; providing procedures; providing for closed meetings;
authorizing cooperation with other law enforcement agencies;
providing for salaries and expenses; providing an appropriation;
providing for a report to the Legislature; providing an ef-
fective date.

On motion by Mr. Smith, agreed to by the required Consti-
tutional two-thirds vote, HB 25-A was admitted for introduc-
tion by the House, the Speaker having ruled that the measure
was outside the purview of the Governor's call. The vote was:

Yeas-83



Adams
Allen
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Black
Bloom
Burrall
Carlton
Cassens
Considine
Conway
Cox
Crawford
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Davis
Dixon
Dyer
Easley
Eckhart

Nays-19

The Chair
Bell
Blackburn
Burnsed
Cherry



Evans
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Foster
Fox
Frank
Gallagher
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Gustafson
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazouri
Healey
Hieber
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto



Danson
Ewing
Hagler
Hector
Hill



Jennings
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Margolis
Martin
McDonald
McKnight
Melvin
Mica
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley



James
Mann
Maxwell
McCall
Neal



Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Ward
Warner
Williams
Young



Poindexter
Richard
Thompson
Woodruff



Votes after roll call:

Yeas-J. W. Lewis

The bill was read the first time by title. On motions by Mr.
Smith, the rules were waived and-HB 25-A was read the second
time by title and the third time by title. On passage, the vote
was:



12



June 9, 1977









JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



Yeas-109
The Chair Easley
Adams Eckhart
Allen Evans
Andrews Ewing
Barrett Fechtel
Batchelor Fontana
Becker Forbes
Bell Foster
Black Fox
Bloom Frank
Boyd Fulford
Brown Gallagher
Burnsed Gersten
Burrall Girardeau
Carlton Gordon
Cassens Grizzle
Cherry Gustafson
Considine Haben
Conway Hagler
Cox Hattaway
Craig Hawkins
Crawford Hazouri
Crenshaw Healey
Culbreath Hector
Danson Hieber
Davis Hill
Dixon Hodges
Dyer Hollingsworth

Nays-2
Blackburn Mann
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Mixson



Hutto
James
Jennings
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Neal
Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden



So the bill passed and was immediately
Senate.



O'Malley
Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
"Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



certified to the



THE SPEAKER IN THE CHAIR

By the Committee on Finance & Taxation-
HB 30-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to ad valorem
tax exemption; amending s. 196.1975(4) (a), Florida Statutes,
1976 Supplement, providing that the 5-year residency require-
ment shall not be applicable to certain nonprofit housing
projects; amending s. 196.1976, Florida Statutes, 1976 Supple-
ment, to provide for severability for ss. 196.1975 and 196.197;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title. On motions by Mr. Boyd,
the rules were waived and HB 30-A was read the second time
by title and the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-93



The Chair
Adams
Andrews
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Cherry
Considine
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Danson
Davis
Dixon
Dyer
Easley
Eckhart



Evans
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Hector
Hieber
Hodges
Hutto
Jennings



Jones
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, T.
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Morgan
Neal
Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden



O'Malley
Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Young



Nays-15
Cassens
Ewing
Foster
Grizzle



Hagler
Hollingsworth
James
Lewis, J. W.



Lockward
McCall
Moore, T.
Ready



Votes after roll call:
Yeas to Nays-Mann
Nays to Yeas-Cassens
So the bill passed and was immediately
Senate.



Redman
Sample
Woodruff



certified to the



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

Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Donald L. Tucker, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed SB 8-A
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Joe Brown, Secretary

By Senator Holloway and others-
SB 8-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the De-
partment of Transportation; amending s. 338.19(1), Florida
Statutes; requiring the department to reimburse certain utility
owners for the cost of removing or relocating certain utility
facilities; providing for certain deductions from reimbursement;
authorizing expenditure of both restricted and unrestricted state
roads moneys and gas tax revenues for such reimbursement;
providing an effective date.

On motion by Mr. Jones, agreed to by the required Con-
stitutional two-thirds vote, SB 8-A was admitted for introduction
by the House, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was
outside the purview of the Governor's call.
The bill was read the first time by title and referred to the
Committee on Transportation.

The Honorable Donald L. Tucker, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has passed with amendments-

By Representative Fortune-
HB 10-A-A bill to be entitled An act making appropriations;
providing moneys for the annual period beginning July 1, 1977
and ending June 30, 1978 to pay salaries, other expenses, Cap-
ital Outlay-Buildings and Improvements, and for other speci-
fied purposes of the various agencies of state government;
suspending sections 27.34(2), 27.54(3), 215.32(2) (c), 216.221,
216.251(1), 216.262, 216.292, 216.301(2), 216.351, 230.765, 230.-
767(2), 230.081(3), 231.30(2)(a), 257.22 and 402.17(3), Florida
Statutes, repealing item 45C, Section 2, Chapter 76-285, Laws
of Florida; providing an effective date.

-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Joe Brown, Secretary

Senate Amendment 1-Strike everything after the enacting
clause and insert the text of SB 2-A. Under Rule 11.7, the
amendment is not set forth in the Journal at this time.

Senate Amendment 2-Strike the title and insert: A bill to be
entitled An act making appropriations; providing moneys for
the annual period beginning July 1, 1977 and ending June 30,
1978 to pay salaries, other expenses, capital outlay-buildings and



June. 9, 1977



13









14 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE

improvements, and for other specified purposes of the various
agencies of state government; suspending sections 27.34(2),
27.54(3), 215.32(2) (c), 216.182(1), 216.262, 216.262(1) (e), 216.-
262(1) (f), 216.292, 216.292(a), 216.301, 216.301(2), 216.351, 230.-
765, 257.22, 287.161, 402.17(3), chapter 76-285, Laws of Florida;
providing an effective date.



On motions by Mr. Fortune, the House refused to concur
in Senate Amendments 1 and 2 to HB 10-A and requested the
Senate to recede therefrom and, in the event the Senate re-
fuses to recede, asked for a conference committee. The action,
together with the bill and Senate amendments thereto, was im-
mediately certified to the Senate.

Conference Committee
In the event that the Senate accedes to the request for a
conference committee, the Speaker announced that the House
conferees on SB 1455 during the Regular Session would com-
pose the conference committee on HB 10-A: Representatives
Fortune, Craig, Dixon, Bloom, Morgan, Andrews, and T. Lewis,
with Representatives Easley and Redman as alternates.

The Honorable Donald L. Tucker, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has admitted for introduction and consideration by
the required Constitutional two-thirds vote and passed-
HB 2-A HB 6-A HB 8-A
HB 19-A HB 32-A
Joe Brown, Secretary
The bills were ordered enrolled.



!E



OF REPRESENTATIVES June 9, 1977

Mr. Craig moved that the House adjourn after the receiving
of Reports to reconvene at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow, which was
agreed to.

Record Votes

Representative Nelson asked to be recorded as voting Nay
on the motion for the previous question on HB 9-A.

Co-introducers

HB 4-A-Girardeau, G'ustafson

Enrolling Reports

HB 8-A

has been enrolled, signed by the required Constitutional Officers
and presented to the Governor on June 9, 1977.

Allen Morris, Clerk


Adjournment

On the motion by Mr. Craig, the House adjourned at 3:22
p.m. to reconvene at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow.
















e Jourrjal OF THE


Vouse of Iepreserqtatives


SPECIAL SESSION



Friday, June 10, 1977



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 10:00 a.m.



The following Members were recorded present:



Eckhart
Evans
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodes
Hodges



Hollingsworth
Hutto
James
Jennings
Jones
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan



Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Thompson
Ward
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Excused: Representatives Lehman, Taylor, Fox, Ewing, Con-
way, Davis, Richard, Neal; Representative Langley until 11:00
a.m.; Representative Kutun at 11:30 a.m.

Conference Committee Excused
Representatives Fortune, Craig, Dixon, Bloom, Morgan, An-
drews, and T. Lewis, members of the Conference Committee on
HB 10-A, and Representatives Easley and Redman, alternates,
were excused at 10:30 a.m. for the purpose of meeting.
A quorum was present.

Prayer
Prayer by Representative James L. Redman:
Our dear Heavenly Father, we are thankful for Your love
and for the kind of love it enables us to have for one an-
other. Remove our worries and anxieties. Give us wisdom
in setting priorities and determining values, not only here
in the legislature, but in living. Help us to recognize and
fulfill the needs of the people around us. Refurbish our
minds and bodies over the weekend. Amen.

The Journal
The Journal of June 9 was corrected and approved as follows:
On page 13, column 1, line 4 of title of HB 30-A, strike "no-
profit" and insert "nonprofit"; on same page, column 2, at
beginning of line 22 from bottom insert "HB 10-A"



Introduction and Reference



By the Committee on Finance & Taxation-
HB 27-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxes;
amending s. 198.16, Florida Statutes, 1976 Supplement, relating
to deficiency payments of federal estate tax; increasing the
monthly rate of interest; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and placed on the Calendar
without reference.

Without objection, the House advanced to the order of-

Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Donald L. Tucker, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has admitted for introduction and consideration by the
required Constitutional two-thirds vote and passed with amend-
ment-

By Representatives Easley and Smith-
HB 16-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to county
transportation systems; amending s. 336.021(1) and (3), Flor-
ida Statutes, providing that the additional 1 cent tax on motor
fuel and special fuel authorized to be levied by the counties may
be used for the establishment, operation, and maintenance of
transportation facilities and the acquisition, construction, re-
construction, and maintenance of roads and streets; providing
that such activities fulfill a county purpose and may be fi-
nanced by county funds, special taxing district funds, or other
funds as authorized by law; providing for a limitation of said
tax; providing an effective date.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Joe Brown, Secretary

Senate Amendment 1-On page 2, lines 5 and 6, delete all
hyphens.

On motion by Mrs. Easley, the House concurred in the
Senate amendment. The question recurred on the passage of
HB 16-A. The vote was:

Yeas-91



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton



Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Danson
Dixon
Easley
Eckhart
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes



Fortune
Foster
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton



Hazouri
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodges
Hutto
James
Jennings
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.



15



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Danson
Dixon
Dyer
Easley









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Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Martin
McDonald
McKnight
Melvin
Mica

Nays-6
Barrett
Evans



Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic



Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richmond
Rish
Robinson



Hollingsworth McCall
Maxwell



Ryals
Sample
Sheldon
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Thompson



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Culbreath, Dyer, Steinberg, Gersten, McPherson,
Healey, Fox
So the bill passed, as amended by the Senate amendment. The
action was certified to the Senate and the bill was ordered en-
rolled after engrossment.

The Honorable Donald L. Tucker, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed as amended-SB 17-A
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Joe Brown, Secretary

By Senator Spicola and others-
SB 17-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to game
and freshwater fish; amending s. 372.57(1), (2), (5), (6), Florida
Statutes, 1976 Supplement; revising the fees charged for non-
resident fishing and hunting licenses; authorizing the Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commission to reduce prescribed fees for
nonresidents who are residents of states that have entered
reciprocal agreements with respect to such fees; providing
an effective date.
-was read the first time by title, the Speaker having ruled
the measure was within the purview of the Governor's call.

On motions by Mr. Fortune, the rules were waived and SB
17-A was read the second time by title and the third time
by title.

Representative T. Moore offered the following amendment:

Amendment 1-On page 1, between lines 27 and 28, strike all
of language added by Senate Amendment 1, constituting a new
section 2 to the bill as filed.

Mr. Moore moved the adoption of the amendment. On motion
by Mr. Hodges, the amendment was laid on the table.

Mr. Craig moved the previous question on the bill, which was
agreed to. The question recurred on the passage of SB 17-A.
The vote was:

Yeas-91



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Cassens
Cherry
Cox



Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Danson
Dyer
Eckhart
Evans
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Girardeau



Gordon
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazouri
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodes
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto
Jennings
Jones
Kershaw



Kirkwood
Kutun
Lewis, J. W.
Lockward
Malloy
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan



Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Papy
Patchett

Nays-13
Bell
Considine
Easley
Gersten



Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richmond



Grizzle
Hagler
Healey
James



Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sample
Smith
Steinberg


Mann
McCall
McDonald
Pajcic



Thompson
Ward
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Sadowski



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Fox
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Senate.

The Honorable Donald L. Tucker, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate refused to recede from Senate Amendments to
HB 10-A and acceded to the request of the House for a
Conference Committee. The President has appointed Senators
Lewis, W. D. Childers, Barron, Peterson, Hair, Plante and
Myers as the Conferees on the part of the Senate.
Joe Brown, Secretary

Continuation of Introduction and Reference

By the Committee on Finance & Taxation-
HB 28-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to intangible
personal property tax; amending s. 199.112, Florida Statutes;
providing that for purposes of assessment of said tax sales of
tangible personal property are considered to be in this state
if delivered to a purchaser in this state regardless of the f.o.b.
point or other conditions of sale; 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 29-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Flor-
ida Probate Code; amending s. 731.111, Florida Statutes, au-
thorizing the Department of Revenue to enter a claim against
an estate after the statutory 3-month period following publica-
tion of notice to creditors has elapsed, provided that the depart-
ment enters the claim within 1 month after the filing of the
inventory by the personal representative; providing an effec-
tive date.
-was read the first time by title and placed on the Calendar
without reference.

By Representative Lockward-
HB 31-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the use of
public school buses for other public purposes; providing for
agreements between school districts and other public agencies
for the use of school buses for public purposes, including the
transportation of the elderly or the physically or mentally
handicapped; providing for the assumption of the propor-
tionate share of the costs; providing for indemnification of loss
and holding the school board harmless from liability; providing
required levels of liability insurance coverage; providing for
the nonuse of certain marking devices when school buses are
used for nonschool purposes; amending s. 234.041(1), Florida
Statutes; providing an exemption from provision making it
unlawful to use a school bus for other purposes without making
certain changes; amending s. 236.083(7), (9), (10), Florida
Statutes; providing for pilot projects using school buses for
transportation of the elderly or the physically or mentally
handicapped; providing an effective date.

Mr. Lockward moved that HB 31-A be admitted for in-
troduction, the Speaker having ruled the measure outside the
purview of the Governor's call. The motion was not agreed
to by the required Constitutional two-thirds vote. Therefore,
HB 31-A was not admitted for introduction.



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By Representative Craig-
HB 35-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to ad valorem
tax exemptions; creating s. 196.1985, Florida Statutes; pro-
viding exemption for property owned and used by labor or-
ganizations for certain purposes; amending s. 196.2001(1) (d),
Florida Statutes, 1976 Supplement, granting an ad valorem tax
exemption to certain nonprofit sewer and water companies
whose rates for services are established by the Farmers Home
Administration; providing an effective date.
Mr. Craig moved that HB 35-A be admitted for introduction,
the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside the
purview of the Governor's call. The vote was:

Yeas-65,



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Cherry
Considine
Cox
Craig

Nays-35
Burrall
Cassens
Crenshaw
Danson
Evans
Fortune
Fulford
Gallagher
Girardeau



Crawford
Culbreath
Dyer
Eckhart
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Foster
Frank
Gersten
Gordon
Gustafson
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri



Grizzle
Hollingsworth
Jennings
Kirkwood
Kutun
Lewis, J. W.
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald



Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodges
Hutto
James
Kershaw
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
McKnight
McPherson
Mixson
Moore, R.


Melvin
Mica
Moffitt
Ogden
Pajcic
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole



Moore, T.
Morgan
Nelson
Nuckolls
O'Malley
Papy
Ready
Rish
Ryals
Smith
Steinberg
Warner
Williams
Young



Redman
Richmond
Robinson
Sadowski
Sample
Thompson
Ward
Woodruff



Votes after roll call:
Nays-Hodes
Nays to Yeas-Moffitt
The motion was not agreed to by the required Constitutional
two-thirds vote. Therefore, HB 35-A was not admitted for
introduction.

Subsequently, at the request of Mr. Craig, the Speaker re-
considered his ruling on HB-35-A and, stating that the bill re-
lates to tax relief, ruled the measure was within the purview
of the Governor's call.

The bill was read the first time by title. On motion by Mr.
Craig, the rules were waived and HB 35-A was read the sec-
ond time by title. Mr. Craig moved that the rules be waived
and the bill be read a third time by title, which was not agreed
to, and the bill remained on second reading.

Representative Woodruff offered the following amendment:

Amendment 1-On page 1, strike all of lines 17 thru 27 and
renumber as needed

Mr. Woodruff moved the adoption of the amendment. On
motion by Mr. Considine, the amendment was laid on the table.
The vote was:

Yeas-59



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Barrett
Becker



Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd



Brown
Burnsed
Cassens
Cherry
Considine



Cox
Craig
Crawford
Culbreath
Dyer



Eckhart
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Foster
Gersten
Gordon
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben



Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodges
Hutto



Nays-38
Burrall Hodes
Carlton Hollingsworth
Crenshaw Jennings
Danson Kirkwood
Evans Kiser
Fulford Kutun
Gallagher Lewis, J. W.
Girardeau Maxwell
Grizzle McDonald
Hagler Melvin
Votes after roll call:



James
Kershaw
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
McCall
McKnight
McPherson
Mixson
Moore, R.


Mica
Moffitt
Nuckolls
Ogden
Pajcic
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Redman



Moore, T.
Nelson
O'Malley
Papy
Ready
Rish
Ryals
Steinberg
Young



Richmond
Robinson
Sadowski
Sample
Smith
Thompson
Ward
Woodruff



Yeas-Williams
Nays to Yeas-Smith

Representative Maxwell offered the following amendment:

Amendment 2-On page 1, line 20, strike "predominantly" and
insert: exclusively

Mr. Maxwell moved the adoption of the amendment. Pending
consideration thereof-

Mr. Craig moved that the amendment be laid on the table,
which was not agreed to. The vote was:

Yeas-45



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Black
Blackburn
Boyd
Burnsed
Cherry
Considine

Nays-55
Bell
Bloom
Brown
Burrall
Carlton
Cassens
Crenshaw
Danson
Evans
Fechtel
Foster
Fulford
Gallagher
Girardeau



Cox
Craig
Crawford
Culbreath
Dyer
Eckhart
Fontana
Forbes
Frank
Gersten
Gordon
Grosse


Grizzle
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazouri
Hieber
Hodes
Hutto
Jennings
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun



Hazelton
Healey
Hector
Hill
Hodges
Hollingsworth
James
Kershaw
Lockward
Malloy
Margolis
McKnight


Lewis, J. W.
Mann
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden
Pajcic
Patchett



McPherson
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
O'Malley
Papy
Ready
Rish
Williams
Young



Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Redman
Richmond
Robinson
Sadowski
Sample
Smith
Steinberg
Thompson
Ward
Woodruff



Votes after roll call:
Nays to Yeas-Hazouri, Gallagher

Mr. Kutun moved the previous question on the amendment,
which was agreed to. The question recurred on the adoption
of Amendment 2, which failed of adoption.

Representative Richmond offered the following amendment:

Amendment 3-On page 2, line 19, strike all of Section 3
and insert: Section 3. Any community or organization hall owned



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by a Florida non-profit corporation shall be exempt from ad
valorem taxation, and shall be considered property used pre-
dominantly for charitable purposes within the meaning of s. 3
of Art. VII of the State Constitution.
Section 4. This act shall take effect July 1, 1977.

Mr. Richmond moved the adoption of the amendment. Pending
consideration thereof-
Mr. Hill moved the previous question on the amendment and
the bill, which was agreed to. The question recurred on Amend-
ment 3, which was adopted.

Representative Richmond offered the following title amend-
ment:

Amendment 4-On page 1, line 10, at the end of the line
insert: exempting community halls owned by a non-profit corpo-
ration from ad valorem taxation;
Mr. Richmond moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

On motion by Mr. Craig, the rules were waived and HB
35-A, as amended, was read the third time by title. On
passage, the vote was:

Yeas-79



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Cox
Craig
Crawford

Nays-19
Burrall
Carlton
Danson
Fulford
Gallagher



Crenshaw
Culbreath
Dyer
Eckhart
Evans
Fechtel
Fontana
Foster
Frank
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Healey



Hagler
Hollingsworth
Jennings
Langley
Mann



Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodges
Hutto
James
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Lewis, J. W.
Lockward
Malloy
Margolis
Maxwell
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.



McCall
Ogden
Pajcic
Patchett
Poindexter



Moore, T.
Nelson
Nuckolls
O'Malley
Papy
Patterson
Ready
Richmond
Rish
Ryals
Sadowski
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Thompson
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Redman
Robinson
Sample
Ward



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Hodes, Hazouri, Mica, Fox
Yeas to Nays-Sadowski

So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certified
to the Senate after engrossment.

By Representatives Forbes and Boyd-
HB 36-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to community
redevelopment; amending s. 163.340(1) and (9), Florida Statutes,
redefining the terms "agency" or "community redevelopment
agency" and the term "community redevelopment project";
creating ss. 163.356-163.358, Florida Statutes; providing for
the creation of a community redevelopment agency; providing
that the governing body may act as a community redevelop-
ment agency; providing for conferring the powers and duties
of a community redevelopment agency upon certain existing
boards or authorities; providing that certain powers continue
to vest in the governing body; amending s. 163.360, Florida
Statutes, providing requirements relating to community re-
development plans; creating s. 163.361, Florida Statutes, pro-
viding for the modification of community redevelopment plans;



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Amendment 5-Strike the enacting clause
Mr. Williams moved the adoption of the amendment. Pending
consideration thereof, on motion by Mr. James, the amendment
was laid on the table.



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creating s. 163.362, Florida Statutes, providing for the contents
of community redevelopment plans; creating s. 163.367, Florida
Statutes, restricting acquisition of interest in a community
redevelopment project; amending s. 163.370(3), (4) (11),
and (14), Florida Statutes; providing community redevelopment
agencies with certain powers; deleting provisions relating to
imposition of restriction under certain statutory provisions;
amending s. 163.375(1), Florida Statutes, providing that a
community redevelopment agency may exercise the power of
eminent domain; amending s. 163.380, Florida Statutes; provid-
ing for disposal of property in a community redevelopment
area; including community redevelopment agencies; amending
s. 163.385, Florida Statutes, 1976 Supplement, providing for
the issuance of revenue bonds by a county, municipality or com-
munity redevelopment agency; creating s. 163.387, Florida Stat-
utes, providing for the establishment of a redevelopment trust
fund; amending s. 163.390, Florida Statutes, relating to con-
ditions under which such bonds are considered legal investments;
amending s. 163.395, Florida Statutes, relating to exempt
property, to include community redevelopment agencies; amend-
ing s. 163.400(1), Florida Statutes, relating to cooperation by
public bodies; amending ss. 163.405 and 163.445, Florida Statutes,
relating to title of purchaser and assistance by state agencies, to
include community redevelopment agencies; repealing ss. 163.420
and 163.425, Florida Statutes, 1976 Supplement, relating to
powers of counties and municipalities in carrying out com-
munity redevelopment projects and to creation of community
redevelopment agencies, and s. 163.435, Florida Statutes, relat-
ing to prohibitions against acquiring interest in community
redevelopment projects; providing a severability clause; provid-
ing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title, the Speaker having ruled
the measure was within the purview of the Governor's call.
On motion by Mr. Forbes, the rules were waived and HB 36-A
was read the second time by title.

Representative Pajcic offered the following amendment:

Amendment 1-On page 19, line 9, strike "or negotiation"
Mr. Pajcic moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Pajcic offered the following amendment:

Amendment 2-On page 14, line 4, strike "contain an element
which provides for" and insert: provide assurances that there
will be
Mr. Pajcic moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Pajcic offered the following amendment:

Amendment 3-On page 24, line 27, after "authorities" in-
sert: except school districts
Mr. Pajcic moved the adoption of the amendment. Pending
consideration thereof, Mr. Williams offered a substitute amend-
ment striking the enacting clause, which was ruled out of
order.
The question recurred on Amendment 3, which was adopted.

Representative Pajcic offered the following amendment:

Amendment 4-On page 25, line 1, after "authorities" insert:
except school districts
Mr. Pajcie moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Williams offered the following amendment:









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Representative Pajcic offered the following amendment:

Amendment 6-On page 14, between lines 7 & 8, insert
a new Subsection (8) to read:
(8) Provide an element of residential use in the project area
if such use exists in the area prior to the adoption of the
plan.
Mr. Pajcic moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Pajcic offered the following amendment:

Amendment 7-On page 25, line 8, after "authority" insert:
except school districts
Mr. Pajcic moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Pajcic offered the following amendment:

Amendment 8-On page 26, lines 18-29, strike all of sub-
section (6)
Mr. Pajcic moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Forbes offered the following amendment:

Amendment 9-On page 4, line 4, after "essential" insert:
public
Mr. Forbes moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Forbes offered the following amendment:

Amendment 10-On page 3, line 28, strike "purpose" and
insert: purposes
Mr. Forbes moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Forbes offered the following amendment:

Amendment 11-On page 1, line 29, strike "restriction" and
insert: restrictions
Mr. Forbes moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Forbes offered the following amendment:

Amendment 12-On page 1, line 26, after the (4) insert a
comma
Mr. Forbes moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Forbes offered the following amendment:

Amendment 13-On page 21, line 11, strike "subseciton" and
insert: subsection
Mr. Forbes moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Forbes offered the following amendment:

Amendment 14-On page 20, line 28, strike "rehabilitaiton"
and insert: rehabilitation



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Representative Forbes offered the following amendment:

Amendment 15-On page 19, line 23, strike "shal" and insert:
shall
Mr. Forbes moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Forbes offered the following amendment:

Amendment 16-On page 18, line 29, strike community "
and insert: community
Mr. Forbes moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Forbes offered the following amendment:

Amendment 17-On page 10, line 4, strike "provisions" and
insert: provision
Mr. Forbes moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Forbes offered the following amendment:

Amendment 18-On page 5, line 13, strike "otehrwise" and
insert: otherwise
Mr. Forbes moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

On motion by Mr. Forbes, the rules were waived and HB
36-A, as amended, was read the third time by title.

Representative Ogden offered the following amendment:

Amendment 19-On page 17, line 21, after "agency" insert:
as provided by any county or municipality ordinance
Mr. Ogden moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted by two-thirds vote.

Representative Ogden offered the following amendment:

Amendment 20-On page 17, line 26, after "agency" insert:
as provided by any county or municipality ordinance
Mr. Ogden moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted by two-thirds vote.

Representative Williams offered the following amendment:

Amendment 21-On page 17, strike lines 17-31 and on page 18,
strike lines 1-4 and renumber subsequent sections.
Mr. Williams moved the adoption of the amendment. Pending
consideration thereof, on motion by Mr. Considine, the amend-
ment was laid on the table.
Ms. Margolis moved the previous question, which was agreed
to, and the question recurred on the passage of HB 36-A. The
vote was:

Yeas-74
The Chair Cox Gustafson Kershaw
Adams Craig Hagler Kirkwood
Alien Crenshaw Hattaway Kutun
Barrett Dyer Hawkins Lewis, J. W.
Becker Eckhart Hazelton Lockward
Bell Fontana Hazouri Malloy
Black Forbes Healey Margolis
Blackburn Foster Hector McKnight
Bloom Frank Hieber McPherson
Boyd Gallagher Hill Melvin
Brown Gersten Hodges Mica
Carlton Girardeau Hutto Mixson



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



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Cherry Gordon James Moore, R.
Considine Grosse Jennings Moore, T.



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Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic

Nays-24
Batchelor
Burnsed
Burrall
Cassens
Culbreath
Danson



Papy
Patterson
Poindexter
Rish
Robinson


Evans
Fechtel
Fulford
Grizzle
Haben
Hollingsworth



Ryals
Sadowski
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg


Langley
Mann
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
Moffitt



Thompson
Ward
Young




Patchett
Ready
Richmond
Sample
Williams
Woodruff



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Fox
So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certified
to the Senate after engrossment.

By the Committee on Finance & Taxation-
HB 37-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxation;
amending s. 220.03(1) (h) and (2) (c), Florida Statutes, 1976
Supplement, relating to definitions applicable to corporate in-
come taxation, to redefine the term "Internal Revenue Code";
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title. On motions by Mr. Boyd,
the rules were waived and HB 37-A was read the second time
by title and the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-90



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Black
Bloom
Boyd
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Crawford
Culbreath
Danson
Dyer
Eckhart
Evans
Fechtel
Fontana



Foster
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Gersten
Girardeau
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto
James
Jennings



Kershaw
Kirkwood
Langley
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Papy



Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Nays-None
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-T. Moore, J. W. Lewis, Hodes, Fox
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Senate.



By Representative Young-
HB 38-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to county-
owned real property; amending s. 125.35, Florida Statutes; au-
thorizing the lease of county real property by the board of
county commissioners without competitive bids; providing for
severability; providing an effective date.

On motion by Mr. Young, agreed to by the required Consti-
tutional two-thirds vote, HB 38-A was admitted for introduc-
tion by the House, the Speaker having ruled that the measure
was outside the purview of the Governor's call.

The bill was read the first time by title. On motions by Mr.
Young, the rules were waived and HB 38-A was read the second
time by title and the third time by title. On passage, the vote
was:



Yeas-92
The Chair
Adams
Allen
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Cox
Crawford
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Dyer
Eckhart
Fechtel

Nays-4
Danson



Fontana
Foster
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Gersten
Girardeau
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodes
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto



Evans



James
Jennings
Kershaw
Kiser
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Martin
McCall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley



Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Kirkwood Lockward



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Fox
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Senate.
Mr. Fulford moved that the House adjourn after the receiving
of Reports to reconvene at 1:00 p.m. Monday, which was agreed
to.

Record Votes
Mr. Smith asked to be recorded as voting Yea on the motions
to admit HB's 11-A and 16-A for introduction.

Adjournment
On the motion by Mr. Fulford, the House adjourned at 11:89
a.m. to reconvene at 1:00 p.m., Monday, June 13.



June 10, 1977



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e Journal OF THE


VHouse of Npreserjtatives


SPECIAL SESSION



Monday, June 13, 1977



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 1:00 p.m. The Journal



The following Members were recorded present:



The Journal of June 10 was approved.



Eckhart
Evans
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodes
Hodges



Hollingsworth
Hutto
James
Jennings
Jones
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore,T.
Morgan



Neal
Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Steinberg
Taylor
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Excused: Representatives Conway, Ewing, Lehman, Smith

Explanation of Absence
I have a long standing appointment Monday morning, June
13th, at the Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North
Carolina to undergo an extensive physical examination. I would
like to request an excused absence for the balance of the Special
Session.
Representative Ted Ewing
A quorum was present.

Prayer

Prayer by Representative Sidney Martin:
Almighty God of the Universe, we ask You to look with
special favor on the Florida Legislature as we meet today.
Give our leadership the know-how to lead us forward on
a path of compromise that will be good for the people
of Florida. Don't let us continue to bicker over who is the
the greatest among us. Show us a road we can follow
that will be pleasing to You, God, and the people of Florida,
so that we can go home with heads held high, saying to
the people we did the best we could. Amen.

Pledge

The Members pledged allegiance to the Flag.



Communications from the Governor
The Governor advised that he had filed in the Office of the
Secretary of State the following measure, which he approved on
June 9: HB 8-A

Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Donald L. Tucker, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has adopted-
SCR 16-A
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Joe Brown, Secretary

By Senator Brantley-
SCR 16-A-A concurrent resolution providing for a recess
of the Special Session of the Legislature.
WHEREAS, the Governor of the State of Florida has called
a special session of the Legislature beginning on June 8, 1977,
for the purpose of enacting a General Appropriations Bill,
such legislation as is necessary to adequately and properly
finance the General Appropriations Bill, a Compensatory Edu-
cation Act and such other legislation necessary to implement
the General Appropriations Bill, and legislation relating to tax
relief, and
WHEREAS, legislative measures passed in both Houses will
of necessity require conference committee studies, NOW,
THEREFORE,
Be It Resolved by the Senate of the State of Florida, the House
of Representatives Concurring:
That both Houses upon adjournment on June 9, 1977, shall
stand in recess until 10:30 A.M. Tuesday, June 14, 1977.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Rules & Calendar.

The Honorable Donald L. Tucker, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
"the Senate has passed



SB 24-A



SB 27-A



-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Joe Brown, Secretary

By Senator Peterson-
SB 24-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to funding of
community colleges; amending s. 230.767, Florida Statutes;
establishing procedures for determining the legislative budget



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Black
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Bloom
Boyd
Brown
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request for operating funds for community colleges; establish-
ing procedures for allocating funds appropriated to the com-
munity colleges; providing authority for the Commissioner of
Education to adjust funding factors and assigned enrollments;
ensuring that each community college receives at least the same
amount of state funds computed for the previous year's as-
signed full-time equivalent enrollment; establishing a procedure
for the adjustment of allocations made to colleges having
actual full-time equivalent enrollments below their assigned
enrollment based on the previous year's allocation; establishing
a procedure for the allocation of amounts of funds recovered
to colleges with actual full-time equivalent enrollments above
the number assigned in the previous year; providing for the
Department of Education to use up to 0.5 percent of the amount
appropriated for adjustments necessary to maintain the financial
stability of the colleges; providing for, during 1977-1979, the
Department of Education to use up to 2 percent of the amount
appropriated for allocation adjustments; deleting the determina-
tion and apportionment of the amount for transportation; amend-
ing s. 230.754(2) (g), Florida Statutes, to conform a cross-
reference to provisions of this act; repealing s. 230.7661, Florida
Statutes, relating to the procedure for determining the trans-
portation density index for community colleges; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Education.

By Senator Sayler and others-
SB 27-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to appropria-
tions; providing that in the event the Legislature fails to enact
a General Appropriations Act for any fiscal period, the General
Appropriations Act for the immediately preceding fiscal period
shall carry forward; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Appropriations.

The Honorable Donald L. Tucker, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has passed as amended-



SB 9-A



SB 30-A



SB 29-A



-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Joe Brown, Secretary

By Senator Zinkil and others-
SB 9-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the judiciary;
creating s. 38.24, Florida Statutes; providing annual base
salary rates for judges of the state court system; repealing ss.
26.031(2), 26.51, 34.024, 35.19, Florida Statutes, relating to
salaries of judges; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Appropriations.

By Senator Castor-
SB 30-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to educational
funding; creating s. 236.088, Florida Statutes, creating the
"Florida Compensatory Education Act of 1977"; providing legis-
lative intent; providing for fund allocation to school districts;
providing criteria for distribution of funds to school districts;
providing for administration of the program by the Department
of Education; providing for the adoption of rules by the State
Board of Education; providing for an annual report; providing
for evaluation of program cost effectiveness; repealing s.
236.081(2), Florida Statutes, relating to the compensatory edu-
cation supplemental cost factor; providing an appropriation;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Education and Appropriations.

By Senator Peterson-
SB 29-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to educa-
tional facilities; amending various sections of chapters 235 and
236 and s. 230.776, Florida Statutes; providing definitions;
clarifying existing terminology; deleting obsolete provisions;
making current provisions applicable to school boards also



apply to community college boards of trustees, the Board of
Trustees of the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind and
in certain portions the Board of Regents; providing intent and
purpose; providing that the State Board of Education adopt
rules for the administration of the Office of Educational Fa-
cilities Construction; providing that the respective boards be
within the jurisdiction of the Office of Educational Facilities
Construction; providing for interdepartmental cooperation; pro-
viding that said office administer the Public Education Capital
Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund, update the uniform build-
ing code for facilities construction and capital improvement,
and shall delegate its inspection process to the respective
boards; providing that such boards may permit use of educa-
tional facilities for other purposes and may dispose of unneces-
sary property; requiring a survey for suitable space; authoriz-
ing the exercise of the right of eminent domain by boards of
trustees; authorizing the construction or location of educational
facilities on leased private property under certain conditions;
providing that the respective boards establish comprehensive
programs of safety and sanitation, provide for periodic inspec-
tion of educational plants, and correct deficiencies; providing
for inspection of plants by other public agencies; authorizing
rules prescribing standards for maintenance and operation of
educational plants; providing criminal penalties for defacing
educational buildings or vehicles; providing for emergency
drills for all education facilities; providing for educational
plant surveys and for the adoption, submission, review, and
approval of proposed educational facilities programs based on
the surveys; providing for exceptions to recommendations in
educational plant survey; providing for adoption of capital
outlay budgets by the respective boards, for site planning,
selection of sites, and renovation of sites; providing for coordi-
nation with local governments; providing for cooperative de-
velopment and use of educational facilities and allocation of
funds to construct such facilities; providing for the use of
relocatable facilities, for provision and use of prototype de-
sign criteria, for the lease of facilities, and for construction
procedures; providing for facilities construction; requiring
that educational facilities be constructed in compliance with
the State Uniform Building Code for Public Educational Fa-
cilities Construction and that the applicable board supervise
and inspect construction; providing for approval of construc-
tion, alteration, renovation, repair, purchasing, or leasing of
an educational plant over a certain cost by the Office of Edu-
cational Facilities Construction; providing for legal effect of
the Uniform Building Code; providing requirements with re-
spect to advertising and awarding of and entering into contracts
for construction, repair, or alteration of educational facilities;
providing for substance of contracts, contractors' bonds, penal-
ties for not adhering to plans, contract changes, payments, and
expenditures for improvements to educational facilities; pro-
viding for submission of comprehensive budget requests by
the Commissioner of Education for all levels of education and
the elements to be included in the request; providing for trans-
fer, distribution, and allocation of appropriations and moneys
for capital outlay projects and for records maintained by the
office identifying advances, transfers, investments, sinking
funds and revenue receipts by source; providing for a 5 year
appropriation and cash management program; providing that
the Public Education Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust
Fund includes premiums and accrued interest from the sale
of public education bonds; appropriating such premiums and
interest to such fund; providing for advance funding; provid-
ing for financing of approved capital outlay projects; provid-
ing for educational plant and annual debt service needs; pro-
viding for allocation of funds; providing for expenditure of
funds allocated for such purpose; authorizing the acquisition
of radio and television facilities by boards of trustees; providing
an appropriation; repealing s. 235.30, Florida Statutes, relating
to a school board providing for inspection and supervision of
building construction; repealing s. 236.013(2), (4)-(9), (11),
(12), (14), Florida Statutes, relating to definitions reenacted
elsewhere by the act; repealing ss. 236.612-236.617, Florida
Statutes, relating to revenue bonds; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Education.

On motions by Mr. Redman, the rules were waived and SB
29-A was withdrawn from the Committee on Education and taken



up instanter. On motion by Mr. Redman, the rules were further
waived and SB 29-A was read the second time by title.

Representative Redman offered the following amendment:



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Amendment 1-Strike all of lines 22-31 on page 4 through
line 23 on page 72 and insert:
Section 1. Section 236.084, Florida Statutes, 1976 Supplement,
is transferred and renumbered as section 235.435, Florida
Statutes, and is amended to read:
(Substantial rewording of section. See s. 236.084, F. S.,
1976 Supp., for present text.)
235.435 Funds for comprehensive educational facilities con-
struction and debt service.-The annual allocation from the
Public Education Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund
to each district school board, community college board of
trustees, Board of Regents, for the comprehensive educational
facilities construction and debt service program shall be deter-
mined as follows:
(1) Pursuant to regulations of the state board, the commis-
sioner shall determine annually the projected educational plant
and annual debt service needs for each board and report this
to the Legislature. In determining the needs of the state
system of public education the office shall recommend and the
commissioner shall use uniform standards for all types of like
space regardless of the level of education. These standards
shall also establish a uniform utilization rate of 80 percent
of all postsecondary facilities based on 45 hours per week
Monday through Friday. In section 235.42, the intent of the
Legislature is to assure that facilities to provide needed,
adequate student stations for all students be constructed as
rapidly as possible. The commissioner in determining the
annual needs of the boards shall provide for adequate student
stations within the state system of public education before
any needs for other priority projects are considered. In making
the report the commissioner shall include at least the following
elements:
(a) Projected student membership for the next 5-year period.
(b) Projected number of unhoused students.
(c) Costs of correcting deficiencies which produce unsafe,
unhealthy, or unsanitary environments; air-conditioning; re-
modeling and renovations.
(d) Current construction cost data as determined by the
state board. Information for determining construction cost data
shall be taken from item analyses of educational plant expendi-
tures as reported in the Boards' annual financial reports to the
commissioner.

(e) Five-year projected cost of amortizing the annual payment
of the ad valorem bonded indebtedness of the district.
(f) Cost of site acquisition and improvement.
(g) Amount of additional resources available pursuant to the
provisions of s. 9(a)(2) and (d), Art. XII of the State Con-
stitution as amended in 1974.
(h) Amount of funds from other sources available and ear-
marked for capital outlay purposes. However, funds available
and earmarked for capital outlay purposes from the current
tax levied on nonexempt property by the district school board
for operating expenses shall not be considered in determining
the unmet need until the district school board encumbers or
expends such funds.
(i) District housing index for public schools.
(j) Square footage requirements for program groups.
(k) Special instructional facilities needed to improve the
program, but not necessarily to increase the student stations.
(1) Amount of funds derived from voted ad valorem taxes in
excess of 10 mills which were expended for construction proj-
ects which would have been funded by the state under provisions
of this section during the 5 years immediately prior to the
beginning of each fiscal year, except that those funds utilized
for payment on bonded indebtedness shall not be included in
the calculations required by this subsection.
(m) Relocatables provided under s. 235.211 shall be included



in the district school inventory of educational facilities, but
shall only be rated at one-half of actual student capacity for
purposes of the inventory and future needs determination.



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(2) The commissioner shall determine annually the amount
allocated to each board from the funds appropriated for the
purpose of implementing this section as follows:
(a) Determine the costs of the projected educational plant
needs, the 5-year projected debt service needs, and the ex-
penditures of ad valorem taxes in excess of 10 mills for each
school district, as determined in subsection (1).
(b) Determine the projected additional resources available
under the provisions of s. 9(d), Art. XII of the State Con-
stitution as amended in 1972, and the projected amount avail-
able to each board from other fund sources allocated for educa-
tional plants.
(c) From the costs of the projected educational plant needs
for each board and the 5-year projected debt service needs for
each district school board subtract the projected additional
resources available and add the expenditure of ad valorem tax-
es in excess of 10 mills, as determined in paragraph (a). The
result shall represent the estimated cost of unfunded educa-
tional plant and debt service needs for each board.
(d) The funds appropriated annually for the purpose of im-
plementing this section shall be allocated to the respective
boards in proportion to their percentage of the state total
of unfunded educational plant and debt service needs as de-
termined in subsection (1) for the fiscal year immediately
preceding the fiscal year for which the funds are appropriated.
(3) Funds accruing to a board from the provisions of this
section shall be expended on capital outlay needs recommended
by a survey or surveys authorized by the rules of the state
board. However, at least one-tenth of a district school board
and community college board of trustees annual allocation shall
be expended, as required by s. 235.06, on correction of de-
ficiencies which produce an unsafe, unhealthy, or unsanitary
environment for occupants of educational facilities. In addition,
repayment of the principal on loans provided in s. 237.161
for capital outlay needs that are eligible under this section may
be made.
(4) Each board allocated funds under this section shall sub-
mit to the commissioner a projection of its schedule of eligible
capital outlay disbursements for specified periods, as pre-
scribed by Section 235.42, F.S. Upon approval by the commis-
sioner, the comptroller shall disburse the funds.
Section 2. Section 235.221, Florida Statutes, 1976 Supple-
ment, subsections (1) and (2) thereof are amended to read:
235.221 Special Facilities Construction Account; creation;
use by school districts; conditions and procedures.-
(1) The office shall establish, as a part of the Public
Education Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund, a
separate account in an amount established by law or in the
General Appropriations Act, to be known as the Special Facility
Construction Account. The Special Facility Construction Ac-
count shall be used to provide necessary construction funds
to school districts that have urgent construction needs but
lack sufficient resources at present [aAnd eannet reseena4ay
.entipate enuf4iient reeeu e ees u e? these erpeai e within the
er ied e the wfet years from currently authorized sources
of revenue.
(2) Those school districts having an urgent fixed capital
outlay need and applying in need e4 ea.h faeil4ties shall:
(a) Have the facilities recommended in an up-to-date school
plant survey;
(b) Present evidence that the requested facilities are for
the one local project that is highest in order of priority for
the district;
. (c) Present evidence that existing cash reseneees and ye-
sBerees be be raesenabty nntieipated within the lnet fisefl
yoerse will not provide the resources necessary to construct
these facilities;
(d) Adopt an official resolution requesting advance funding
from the Special Facility Construction Account in an amount
which shall not exceed 7 times the most recent annual allocation
of the school board under provisions of s. 9(a)(2), Art. XII
of the State Constitution and s. 235.435 and in a em n



which, when added to the district's current fixed capital outlay
funds available ea&h -eFteea, will provide sufficient funds
with which to fund the above veed eeensta-et these needed and
higher j4e4ty faei4ities; and



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(e) Officially waive any future anual* allocations of state
capital outlay funds eom the Edueetional Fteilities oGne-
e-tr4tion Weokinfg Capital east F .nd until the total amount
of the advance seeh tme that the advaement is repaid ee e-P
the next giseal yeeas whiehev-4e 4s the earli4e.
Section 3. Section 235.165, Florida Statutes, is created to
read:
235.165 Exception to recommendations in educational plant
survey.-Exception to the recommendations in the educational
plant survey may be allowed if a board deems that it will
be advantageous to the welfare of the educational system or
that it will make possible a substantial saving of funds. A
board requesting such an exception shall present a full state-
ment, in writing, setting forth all the facts in the case to
the State Board of Education through the Commissioner of
Education, who shall make a recommendation on the request.
The state board shall determine whether any exception to the
recommendations of the educational plant survey shall be
approved.
Section 31. This act shall take effect July 1, 1977.
Mr. Redman moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

On motion by Mr. Redman, the rules were waived and SB
29-A, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage,
the vote was:

Yeas-111



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Danson
Davis
Dyer
Easley
Eckhart
Nays-None



Evans
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodes
Hodges



Hollingsworth
Hutto
James
Jennings
Jones
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan



Neal
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Steinberg
Taylor
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Nelson, Smith
So the bill passed, as amended. The action, together with the
bill and amendments thereto, was immediately certified to the
Senate.

Conference Committee
In the event the Senate refuses to concur in the House amend-
ment, the Speaker announced that he would appoint Represen-
tatives Redman, Jones, and Maxwell as a Conference Com-
mittee on SB 29-A.

Introduction and Reference

By Representatives Fortune and Bloom-
HB 43-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to appropria-
tions; amending s. 215.32(2) (b) and (d), Florida Statutes; pro-



viding for the reappropriation of federal moneys; prohibiting
expenditure of funds in the Federal Revenue Sharing Fund
except pursuant to appropriation by the Legislature or as other-
wise provided for by law; amending s. 216.212(3), Florida Stat-
utes, specifying conditions for the reappropriation of federal
funds; providing an effective date.

Mrs. Bloom moved that the rules be waived and HB 43-A
be introduced and taken up instanter. Pending consideration
thereof, Mr. Fontana moved the previous question, which was
agreed to. The question recurred on the motion to introduce and
take up HB 43-A instanter, which was not agreed to, and the
bill was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Appropriations.

Subsequently, on motion by Mr. Fortune, Chairman, agreed
to by two-thirds vote, HB 43-A was withdrawn from the Com-
mittee on Appropriations.

By Representatives Robinson, Brown, and Kutun-
HB 40-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the letting
of public contracts; creating s. 163.04, Florida Statutes, pro-
viding definitions; authorizing preferences to certain contrac-
tors; providing an effective date.

Mr. Robinson moved that HB 40-A be admitted for intro-
duction, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside
the purview of the Governor's call. The vote was:

Yeas-82



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Carlton
Cox
Culbreath
Danson
Davis
Dyer
Easley
Eckhart

Nays-17
Burrall
Cassens
Cherry
Crenshaw
Evans



Fechtel
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Fulford
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grosse
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hazelton
Hazouri
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodes
Hodges
Hutto


Fontana
Gallagher
Hawkins
Healey
James



Jennings
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Margolis
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Neal


Lewis, J. W.
Mann
Sadowski
Sample
Taylor



Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Ready
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sheldon
Steinberg
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Thompson
Ward



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Smith, Mixson, Hollingsworth
The motion was agreed to by the required Constitutional
two-thirds vote and HB 40-A was read the first time by title.
On motions by Mr. Robinson, the rules were waived and HB
40-A was read the second time by title and the third time by
title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-102



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom



Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Cox
Craig



Crenshaw
Culbreath
Danson
Davis
Dyer
Easley
Eckhart
Pechtel
Forbes
Fortune



Foster
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse



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Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto
Jennings
Jones
Kershaw



Nays-6
Fontana
Healey



Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson


James
Lewis, J. W.



Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Neal
Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman



Mann



Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sample
Sheldon
Steinberg
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Taylor



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Smith
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Senate.

HB 41-A-Withdrawn prior to introduction.

By Representative Richard-

HB 34-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to health care
providers; amending s. 768.40(1), Florida Statutes, 1976 Sup-
plement; to clarify and redefine the term "medical review com-
mittee" to include committees of state or local health care pro-
viders; providing an effective date.
Mr. Richard moved that HB 34-A be admitted for introduc-
tion, the Speaker having ruled the measure outside the purview
of the Governor's call. The motion was not agreed to by the
required Constitutional two-thirds vote. The vote was:

Yeas-74



Adams
Allen
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Carlton
Cherry
Considine
Cox



Craig
Crenshaw
Davis
Easley
Eckhart
Foster
Fox
Frank
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle



Grosse
Haben
Hagler
Hazelton
Hazouri
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto
James



Jennings
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Margolis
Martin
McDonald
McKnight



McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Neal

Nays-26
The Chair
Boyd
Burnsed
Burrall
Cassens
Crawford
Culbreath



Nelson
Ogden
O'Malley
Patchett
Poindexter
Poole
Redman


Dyer
Evans
Fechtel
Fontana
Fulford
Gallagher
Hattaway



Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sheldon
Steinberg


Healey
Lewis, J. W.
Mann
Maxwell
McCall
Moore, T.
Morgan



Taylor
Ward
Warner
Woodruff
Young



Pajcic
Patterson
Sample
Thompson
Williams



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Nuckolls
Nays-Smith, Danson
Therefore, HB 34-A was not admitted for introduction.

Mr. Craig moved that the House adjourn after the receiving
of Reports to reconvene at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow, which was
agreed to.

Record Votes
Representative Fox asked to be recorded as voting Yea on
the motions to lay Amendments 1 and 2 to HB 35-A on the
table.

Representative Neal asked to be recorded as voting Yea on
the passage of HB 16-A on June 10 and HB's 36-A, 37-A, and
38-A.

Representative Richard asked to be recorded as voting Yea on
the passage of HB 16-A on June 10, SB 17-A, HB's 35-A, 36-A,
and 37-A, and on the motions to lay on the table Amendments
1 and 2 to HB 35-A.

Reports of Standing Committees

The Committee on Finance & Taxation recommends a com-
mittee substitute for the following: HB 1-A (with fiscal note)
The above bill with committee substitute was placed on the
calendar.

Adjournment
Pursuant to the motion previously adopted, the House ad-
journed at 1:37 p.m. to reconvene at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow.



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WE (U aB OF THE


House of Aprese tatives


SPECIAL SESSION



Tuesday, June 14, 1977



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 10:00 a.m.

The following Members were recorded present:



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Danson
Davis
Dyer
Easley



Eckhart
Evans
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodges
Hollingsworth



Hutto
James
Jennings
Jones
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Nuckolls



Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Taylor
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Excused: Representatives Ewing, Hodes, Lehman, Nelson;
Representative Dixon to attend a conference committee meeting;
Representative Fechtel about 11:00 a.m.
A quorum was present.

Explanation of Absence
Having been appointed to the Conference Committee on Ap-
propriations, I have had to leave the House Chambers on a
number of occasions while the House was in session for the
purpose of participating in conference meetings. Consequently,
I could not be present at the time a vote was taken on many
bills.
Please place this explanation in The Journal of the House
so that the members will know the reason for my temporary
absence from the House Chamber during the Special Session.
Representative Earl Dixon

Prayer
Prayer by Representative Wayne Mixson:
Almighty God, I believe that in Your wisdom You have
a plan for our state. Make us responsive to Your directions.
Help us put aside selfish interests and become more re-
sponsible legislators. Give us eagerness to listen to Your
wisdom. Give us the ability to do right, as You give us
grace to know what is right. Give us courage to be humble,
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wisdom to be efficient, stamina and patience to arrive at
the best solutions to the problems facing us this day. In
the name of our Lord. Amen.

Pledge

In recognition of Flag Day, the Members pledged allegiance
to the Flag, led by Representative Burnsed.

The Journal

The Journal of June 13 was approved.

Announcement
The Speaker announced that he will resign the Speakership
upon his appointment by the President and confirmation by
the U. S. Senate as a member of the Civil Aeronautics Board
and that he had agreed, so there would be no gap in House lead-
ership, his successor should be elected now, subject to his future
resignation.
Mr. Haben moved that the rules be waived and the House
proceed to the election of a Speaker-designate, to become the
Speaker of the House, under Rule 1.1, upon the resignation of
the present Speaker, which was agreed to.

Election of the Speaker-designate
Remarks by Mr. Blackburn
Representative Blackburn nominated The Honorable John L.
Ryals for Speaker-designate with the following remarks:
Mr. Speaker, my colleagues: This is an historic occasion.
For as we meet here in what I hope is one of the final times
in this old Chamber, where so much of our state's history
has been made, we salute one of Florida's most distinguished
native sons as we bid him goodbye on the prelude of his move
to our nation's capital. Our President has recognized his tal-
ent and ability, and we wish him Godspeed in all the days
that lie ahead. So on this occasion it becomes my happy
privilege to nominate as a successor to this high office an-
other of Florida's favorite sons, and I'm honored to nominate
John Ryals for Speaker of the House of Representatives.

He was the first Speaker pro tem to be chosen by his
colleagues to serve successive terms. He has presided over
this House more than any other Speaker pro tem in Florida's
history; and this difficult job he has done fairly, with grace,
dignity, and honor. I believe there is no historical precedent
for a Speaker to be elected during an extraordinary session
of the legislature. I propose that this historical precedent
be his, for he has earned it.

On the very first occasion when I nominated this good
man for Speaker pro tem, I reminded this House that his
own philosophy was the same as that echoed on down through
the centuries by the prophet Micah, when he posed this ques-









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tion: "What doth the Lord require of thee, but to do justly,
love mercy, and walk humbly with thy God ?" His own serv-
ice symbolizes these words. This is our valedictory in this
Chamber. We move over to Florida's new Capitol next year.
It is my honor to nominate John Ryals for this historic post-
to serve there as the first Speaker to preside over the new
Chamber of Florida's House of Representatives. I promise
that his record will be a challenge to all who follow.

Remarks by Mr. James
Representative James seconded the nomination of Mr. Ryals
with the following remarks:
Mr. Speaker, Speaker-designate John Ryals, my colleagues
in the Florida House of Representatives: We're breaking
several traditions today. Normally, tradition would have it
that the Minority, at the time of the designation and elec-
tion of a Speaker, would nominate one of their own, their
leader, in a contest against the majority party. We're break-
ing tradition in that we are electing a Speaker who has no
strings attached to him, a Speaker who didn't seek the office,
but the office came to him because of the circumstances that
he had no control over, a Speaker who is free. And normally
many of those of us who serve in the House, regardless of
our party affiliation, would feel some fear of a man who had
no commitments to any of us, no commitments to fulfill, no
promises to keep. But I will share with you today, with a man
of such stature as John Ryals, a man of such character and
such integrity, we have no reason to be concerned that we
will have this wonderful free Speaker assume the Chair.
I have known John Ryals since 1966. I've fought him as
one of the opposite party; I have worked with him closely in
House Administration; and I would share with you that there
is not a better man, there is not a more trusted colleague,
there is not a better friend of mine than the man that we're
about to elect as our Speaker-designate. I wanted somehow to
write something down, but it all happened so suddenly this
morning-somehow to give you and the citizens of Florida
the feeling that I had. But I would say this to you: that
coming into this office under the circumstances that he does,
he has the most tremendous opportunity and challenge that
any man or woman could possibly have as being our Speaker,
because he can take a look at each of us, our committees, he
can take a look at our Rules, and in his heart and in his mind
he can make those decisions that will make this House what
each of us wants it to be, because he loves the Florida House
of Representatives. He loves each and every one of you, the
ones who served before and the ones that will serve after.
And he loves our traditions, and he wants it to be the very
best House in the entire nation.
I've talked with him and I've told him about my hopes and
my dreams and I've listened to his, and what we will have
when he assumes this Chair, in my opinion, is one of the
finest Speakers that we could possibly have, but above all
else, a man who is filled wtih fairness and justice and love.
And so it's a great honor and a great privilege for me to
stand and second the nomination of the next Speaker of the
Florida House of Representatives, The Honorable John Ryals.

Mr. Redman moved that the nominations cease, which was
agreed to. The question recurred on the election of Mr. Ryals
to succeed the Speaker when the vacancy occurs. The vote was:

Yeas-110



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews



Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Bell



Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd



Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton



Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Danson
Davis
Dyer
Easley
Eckhart
Evans
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher



Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto
James
Jennings
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun



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Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Mann
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Papy



Nays-None
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Dixon, Gersten, Jones, Nelson
Mr. Ryals was declared the duly elected
contingent upon the vacancy of the office.



Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Taylor
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Speaker-designate,



On motion by Mr. Becker, the Speaker appointed Represen-
tatives Blackburn, Redman, James, and Becker as a committee
to escort Mr. Ryals to the rostrum.

Remarks by the Speaker-designate

The Speaker presented Mr. Ryals, who addressed the House
as follows:
Thank you very much, Mr. Speaker and thank you, Mem-
bers of the House. This is a very historic occasion in the
history of the Florida House of Representatives, and I want
to express this morning the feeling that I have in my heart to
Mr. Blackburn and to Mr. James, and to all the Members of
this House, and to you, Mr. Speaker, whom I have known
for many, many years and consider my very closest and best
friend, and a man whom, no matter where you are or what
you are doing, I shall never forget. You, Mr. Speaker, have
presided over this House in the three years that we have been
here as fairly and as impartially as possible, and to try to
fill the shoes that you have laid down for me is going to be a
very difficult task. I will do the best that I can, with God's
help and with the help of the Members of this House. Thank
you, again, very much.

Election of the Speaker pro tempore-designate

The Speaker announced that nominations would now be re-
ceived for Speaker pro tempore-designate under Rule 1.1, and
subject to the vacating of this office.

Remarks by Mr. Ogden
Representative Ogden nominated The Honorable John R. Cul-
breath for Speaker pro tempore-designate with the following
remarks:
Mr. Speaker, ladies and gentlemen of the House: As many
of you know, I had announced some time ago to run for
Speaker pro tempore. My good friend, John Culbreath, also
had announced to run for Speaker pro tempore. As a twist
of fate, John is Chairman of Regulated Industries & Licens-
ing, I'm Vice Chairman and my office is right next door to
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what he was doing and he knew what I was doing. So when
this thing came up real quick, John and I sat down and de-
cided that we've had a Speaker's race, just concluded, Mr.
Ryals is going into that office to succeed our great Speaker,
Don Tucker, and we decided that, at least between he and I,
we should do this in a little different fashion and just lay out
the cards as to how many commitments or votes we thought
we had honestly. Well, Mr. Culbreath said he had 81, and
I had 81. (laughter) Somehow or another our figures didn't
work out, so we decided to flip a coin and I lost. (laughter)
Mr. Culbreath said, "But I want to be fair, Carl. Make it
two out of three." We flipped and I lost again. (laughter)
Now just because he has a two-headed coin, don't mind it.
In all seriousness, I stand before you today to nominate
John Culbreath as the Speaker pro tempore. I have served
with John ever since I've been here. He came before I did.
The only one older than John is Gus Craig. But John, as
many of you know, has served very well as Chairman of
Regulated Industries and in several areas, has been a partici-
pant in the activities and the leadership of this House ever
since he's been here. I certainly take a great deal of pleas-
ure in nominating John Culbreath as Speaker pro tempore.

Remarks by Mr. Richmond
Representative Richmond seconded the nomination of Mr.
Culbreath with the following remarks:
Mr. Speaker and ladies and gentlemen of the House: It is
with a great deal of pride and pleasure that I get to come
before you today to second the nomination of John Culbreath
for Speaker pro tempore of the Florida House of Repre-
sentatives. John is one of my very closest friends and, because
of this, you would think that I would know all his weaknesses
and all his strengths. And I think I do know most of them,
but he has very few weaknesses ... mostly strengths. He's
true to his honor, true to his word, he's of highest integrity,
highest honesty, he will serve you well. I therefore second the
nomination of John Culbreath.
Mr. Conway moved that the nominations cease, which was
agreed to, and Mr. Papy moved that a unanimous ballot be cast
for Mr. Culbreath. The question recurred on the election of Mr.
Culbreath to succeed the Speaker pro tempore when the va-
cancy occurs. The vote was:

Yeas--111



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Danson
Davis
Dyer
Easley
Nays-None



Eckhart
Evans
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodges
Hollingsworth



Hutto
James
Jennings
Jones
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Nuckolls



Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Taylor
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



June 14, 1977



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Dixon, Gersten, Nelson, T. Lewis
Mr. Culbreath was declared the duly elected Speaker pro
tempore-designate, contingent upon the vacancy of the office.

On motion by Mr. Haben, the Speaker appointed Representa-
tives Ogden, Richmond, Conway, and Haben as a committee
to escort Mr. Culbreath to the rostrum.

Remarks by the Speaker pro tempore-designate
The Speaker presented Mr. Culbreath, who addressed the
House as follows:
Mr. Speaker, Mr. Speaker-designate, my fellow colleagues:
I thank you so very, very much for the honor that you
have bestowed upon me to be your Speaker pro tempore upon
the vacancy of that office. You know, as we walk along life's
path, we find many trials and tribulations, we find happy
days and sad days, but there are few days that we can
actually look to when we have been honored by those we
serve and those who serve with us. And this is the greatest
honor that has ever been bestowed upon me. .to have those
of you, my colleagues in this Chamber and this House that
I love so very, very much, give me the honor of serving you
further as your Speaker pro tempore.

Mr. Speaker, we certainly hate to see you leave, but as
long as you're here you are our Speaker. We'll do every-
thing to help you in your task. When Mr. Ryals assumes that
position, I know that we will have a Speaker that I've served
with for 11 years and who will lead you next year in a great
year in the new Capitol. I pledge to you, Mr. Ryals, my
undying support in your task. To the Members of this House,
my colleagues: I'm here to serve you at your beck and call.
Thank you so very, very much.


Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Donald L. Tucker, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has refused to concur in House Amendment 1 to
SB 29-A and requests the House to recede.
Amendment attached to original bill.
Joe Brown, Secretary

On motion by Mr. Redman, the House refused to recede from
the House amendment to SB 29-A and requested that a Con-
ference Committee be appointed to resolve the differences. The
Speaker announced the appointment of Representatives Redman,
Jones, and Maxwell as the conferees on the part of the House.

The action, together with the bill and amendment thereto,
was immediately certified to the Senate.

Introduction and Reference

By Representative Richard-

HB 34-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to health care
providers; amending s. 768.40(1), Florida Statutes, 1976 Sup-
plement; to clarify and redefine the term "medical review com-
mittee" to include committees of state or local health care pro-
viders; providing an effective date.



Mr. Culbreath moved that HB 34-A be admitted for introduc-
tion, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside the
purview of the Governor's call. The vote was:



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Yeas-104
The Chair
Adams
Allen
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Danson
Davis
Dyer

Nays-4
Cassens



Easley
Eckhart
Evans
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodges
Hollingsworth


Fontana



Hutto
James
Jennings
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Lockward
Malloy
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Nuckolls


Mann



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Gersten, Nelson, Hazelton

The motion was agreed to by the required Constitutional
two-thirds vote and HB 34-A was read the first time by title.
On motions by Mr. Richard, the rules were waived and HB
34-A was read the second time by title and the third time
by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-108



Easley
Eckhart
Evans
Forbes
Foster
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gallagher
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodges
Hollingsworth



Hutto
James
Jennings
Jones
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Lockward
Malloy
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Nuckolls



Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Taylor
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Nays-1
Fontana
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Nelson
So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Senate.

Communication from the Governor



The following Proclamation was received:



Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Taylor
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young


Thompson



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 Cap-
itol, this 14th day of June, 1977.
REUBIN O'D. ASKEW
Governor



ATTEST:
BRUCE A. SMATHERS
Secretary of State



State of Florida
Executive Department
PROCLAMATION OF THE GOVERNOR
WHEREAS, the Legislature of the State of Florida is now
in Special Session, having been convened pursuant to a Pro-
clamation of the Governor issued on June 3, 1977, and
WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the citizens of the
State of Florida that this Special Session of the Legislature
be extended in order to permit full and adequate considera-
tion of urgently needed legislation, as set forth in the afore-
said Proclamation of the Governor, and
WHEREAS, it is necessary and in the best interest of the
State to amend the Proclamation of the Governor of June 3,
1977, in order to expand the call of the Special Session so that
the Legislature may consider additional legislative business,
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 Sec-
tion 3, Article III, Constitution of Florida (1968), do hereby
proclaim as follows:
1. That Paragraph one (1) of the Proclamation of the
Governor dated the 3rd day of June A. D. 1977, be and the
same is hereby amended to read:
"1. The Legislature of the State of Florida is convened
for the sole and exclusive purpose of considering the en-
actment of the following:
(a) A General Appropriations Bill,
(b) Such legislation as is necessary to adequately and
properly finance the General Appropriations Bill,
(c) A compensatory Education Act and such other legis-
lation necessary to implement the General Appropria-
tions Bill,
(d) Legislation relating to tax relief,
(e) Legislation relating to the Canal Authority; providing
for transfer of the Canal Authority to the Department
of Natural Resources; prohibiting acquisition of lands
for construction of the canal; prohibiting expenditure
of funds for promotion of the canal; and providing for
development of a plan for disposition of canal lands,
(f) Legislation relating to financial disclosure requirements
for certain public officers and employees."
2. That the Proclamation of the Governor dated the 3rd day
of June A. D. 1977, be and the same is hereby amended to
extend the period of the Special Session to and until 12 o'clock
midnight, Friday, the 17th day of June A. D. 1977.
3. Except as amended by this Proclamation, the Proclama-
tion of the Governor dated the 3rd day of June A. D. 1977, is
ratified and confirmed.



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Danson
Davis
Dyer



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Mr. Craig moved that the House adjourn after the receiving
of Reports to reconvene at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow, which was
agreed to.

Record Votes
Representative T. Lewis asked to be recorded as voting Yea on
the passage of SB 17-A and HB's 35-A, 36-A, 37-A, and 38-A,
and on the motions to lay on the table Amendments 1 and 2
to HB 35-A.



June 14, 1977



Representative Dixon asked to be recorded as voting Yea
on the passage of HB's 37-A, 38-A, 40-A, and SB 29-A; and
to be recorded as voting Nay on the passage of HB's 35-A, 36-A,
and SB 17-A.

Adjournment

Pursuant to the motion previously adopted, the House ad-
journed at 11:05 a.m. to reconvene at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow.



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Wednesday, June 15, 1977



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 10:00 a.m.

The following Members were recorded present:



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
(Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crawford
i 'renshaw
Culbreath
Danson
Davis
Dyer
Easley

Excused:
man, Mann



Eckhart
Evans
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodes
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto



James
Jennings
Jones
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden



O'Malley
Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Taylor
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Representatives Ewing, Gallagher, Grizzle, Leh-



Conference Committee Excused
Representatives Fortune, Craig, Dixon, Bloom, Morgan, An-
drews, and T. Lewis, members of the Conference Committee on
HB 10-A, and Representatives Redman and Easley, alternates,
were excused from time to time during the session today for
the purpose of meeting.
A quorum was present.

Prayer
Prayer by Representative Herbert F. Morgan:
Our Father, we come to You this morning and, Lord, we
thank You for Your many blessings. We thank You for the
opportunity for service that is ours. We ask You, as we
begin this day and this part of this session, that You will
lead and guide us each as we make the decisions that must
be made in order that we can accomplish this work in the
schedule that has been allotted. We know, Father, that each
of us have families that we've been away from. We pray
that You would be with them and bless them. We pray,
Father, that You would give us the wisdom to know the
right things to do, the courage to do them, and the strength
to maintain those decisions. Bless us now; direct us and
guide us in everything. In Christ's name we ask it. Amen.

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The Journal
The Journal of June 14 was approved.

Communication from the Governor
The following Proclamation was read:

State of Florida
Executive Department
PROCLAMATION OF THE GOVERNOR
WHEREAS, the Legislature of the State of Florida is now
in Special Session, having been convened pursuant to a Procla-
mation of the Governor issued on June 3, 1977, and
WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the citizens of the
State of Florida that this Special Session of the Legislature
be extended in order to permit full and adequate consideration
of urgently needed legislation, as set forth in the aforesaid
Proclamation of the Governor, and
WHEREAS, it is necessary and in the best interest of the
State to amexnd the Proclamation of the Governor of June 3,
1977, in order to expand the call of the Special Session so that
the Legislature may consider additional legislative business,
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 one (1) of the Proclamation of the
Governor dated the 3rd day of June A. D. 1977, be and the
same is hereby amended to read:
"1. The Legislature of the State of Florida is convened
for the sole and exclusive purpose of considering the enact-
ment of the following:
(a) A General Appropriations Bill,
(b) Such legislation as is necessary to adequately and
properly finance the General Appropriations Bill,
(c) A compensatory Education Act and such other legisla-
tion necessary to implement the General Appropriations
Bill,
(d) Legislation relating to tax relief,
(e) Legislation relating to the Canal Authority; providing
for transfer of the Canal Authority to the Department
of Natural Resources; prohibiting acquisition of lands
for construction of the canal; prohibiting expenditure
of funds for promotion of the canal; and providing for
development of a plan for disposition of canal lands,
(f) Legislation relating to financial disclosure requirements
for certain public officers and employees."
2. That the Proclamation of the Governor dated the 3rd
day of June A. D. 1977, be and the same is hereby amended to
extend the period of the Special Session to and until 12 o'clock
midnight, Friday, the 17th day of June A. D. 1977.









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3. Except as amended by this Proclamation, the Proclama-
tion of the Governor dated the 3rd day of June A. D. 1977, is
ratified and confirmed.



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 14th day of June,
1977.
REUBIN O'D. ASKEW
Governor



ATTEST:
BRUCE A. SMATHERS
Secretary of State

Introduction and Reference
HB 39-A by Representative Frank, relating to education, was
offered for introduction. The Speaker delayed ruling as to
whether the bill was within the purview of the call.

By Representatives Fortune and Bloom-
HCR 44-A-A concurrent resolution establishing legislative
policy regarding the impact federal legislation, regulations, and
funding has on the long-term goals, policies, and programs of
the state.
Mrs. Bloom moved that HCR 44-A be admitted for introduc-
tion, the Speaker having ruled the measure outside the purview
of the Governor's call. The motion was not agreed to by the
required Constitutional two-thirds vote. The vote was:

Yeas-69



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Burnsed
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Culbreath
Dyer
Eckhart
Evans
Fechtel



Foster
Fox
Fulford
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodges
Hutto
Jennings
Jones



Nays-30
Barrett Davis
Batchelor Fontana
Becker Frank
Bell Hazouri
Burrall Healey
Cassens Hodes
,Crenshaw Hollingsworth
Danson James
Votes after roll call:



Kirkwood
Lockward
Malloy
Margolis
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Morgan
Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Papy


Kutun
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Martin
McKnight
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Pajcic



Patchett
Poindexter
Poole
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Ryals
Sample
Smith
Steinberg
Taylor
Ward
Warner
Woodruff
Young



Patterson
Ready
Robinson
Sheldon
Thompson
Williams



Yeas-Cherry
Nays to Yeas-Kuturi
Therefore, HCR 44-A was not admitted for introduction.

HB 45-A-Withdrawn prior to introduction.

By Representatives Nuckolls and Becker-

HB 46-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
Uniform Land Sales Practices Law; amending s. 478.121(8),
Florida Statutes, 1976 Supplement; requiring each subdivider
to provide the Division of Florida Land Sales and Condominiums
of the Department of Business Regulation with a financial



statement audited by an independent certified public accountant;
providing criteria for waiver of the filing requirement by the
department; amending s. 478.131(4), Florida Statutes; renum-
bering s. 478.131(5), Florida Statutes, and adding a new sub-
section (5) to said section; requiring the division to charge an
initial fee to subdividers seeking exemptions; requiring the
division to charge a fee to subdividers who seek certain material
changes of their offering; amending s. 478.141(4), Florida Stat-
utes; requiring the division to examine each applicant for reg-
istration to determine that the subdivider or the officers, direc-
tors, and stockholders of a corporate applicant have not been
convicted within a specified period of certain crimes; adding s.
478.151(5), Florida Statutes; requiring subdividers whose books
and records are located outside Florida to provide originals or
to pay division expenses to examine same; amending s. 478.-
221(1) (b), (3), and (4), Florida Statutes, 1976 Supplement, and
adding paragraphs (d) and (e) to subsection (2) and adding
a new subsection (3) to said section; deleting provisions which
provide that the provisions of this chapter do not apply to an
offer or disposition of an interest in land pursuant to court
order; providing an additional exemption to the provisions of
the Florida Uniform Land Sales Practices Law; providing for
annual notification of claim of exemption; providing that offers
or dispositions of an interest in land pursuant to a court order
shall not be Pgoverned by this law under specified circumstances;
declaring certain exemptions void under certain circumstances;
requiring a set fee for an exemption advisory opinion from the
division; amending s. 478.23(1) (c), Florida Statutes, 1976 Sup-
plement; prescribing certain preconditions which must be met
before a person may solicit by long distance telephone for the
disposition of, or participation in, the disposition of any in-
terest in subdivided lands required to be registered; amending
s. 478.31(2), Florida Statutes; increasing the filing fee for reg-
istration as a salesman and increasing the renewal fee; pro-
viding an effective date.
Mr. Nuckolls moved that HB 46-A be admitted for introduc-
tion, the Speaker having ruled the measure outside the purview
of the Governor's call. The motion was not agreed to by the
required Constitutional two-thirds vote. The vote was:

Yeas-58



Adams
Allen
Barrett
Becker
Black
Blackburn
Boyd
Burrall
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crenshaw
Davis
Dyer

Nays-37
The Chair
Andrews
Batchelor
Bloom
Burnsed
Cassens
Culbreath
Dai.non
Eckhart
Fontana



Easley
Evans
Fcchtel
Fox
Gersten
Gordon
Gustafson
Haben
Hawkins
Healey
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto
James
Jennings



Foster
Fulford
Girardeau
Crosse
Hattaway
Hazouri
Hector
HIiber
Hill
Kirkwood



Kershaw
Langley
Lockward
Malloy
Martin
Maxwell
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mixson
Moffitt
Morgan
Nuckolls
O'Malley
Papy


Kiser
Kutun
Lewis, J. W.
Margolis
McCall
Mica
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Nelson
Ogden



Patchett
Poindexter
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Sheldon
Smith
Ward
Warner
Young



Pajcic
Patterson
Sadowski
Sample
Steinberg
Taylor
Thompson



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Cherry, Hagler
Therefore, HB 46-A was not admitted for introduction.

By Representatives Margolis, Boyd, Hazouri, Pajcic, Lock-
ward, and Andrews-
HB 48-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the munici-
pal public service tax; amending s. 166.231, Florida Statutes,
requiring the levy of the tax on certain services at a uniform
rate rather than on a percentage basis; providing the tax bases



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therefore; deleting provisions exempting the fuel adjustment
charge on utility service from the tax; exempting the first 250
kilowatt hours of electricity for residential use from the tax;
requiring the passing of the exemption to each individual ten-
ant; providing a procedure to be used by municipalities in
shifting their tax rate structures; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representative McPherson-
HB 49-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the county
annual budget; amending the introductory paragraph and para-
graph (a) of subsection (1) and the introductory paragraph and
paragraph (a) of subsection (2) of s. 129.03, Florida Statutes,
to provide that the board of county commissioners or its desig-
nee, rather than the county auditor, shall receive the property
appraiser's estimates of total property valuations; providing
that the board of county commissioners shall designate a budget
officer to prepare and present the proposed fiscal policies of the
board; amending s. 129.06(1) (a) and (2), Florida Statutes, to
provide for a modified accrual system of accounting, intra-
departmental budget amendments, and the expenditure of re-
ceipts for an enterprise and/or proprietary fund; amending s.
129.07, Florida Statutes, allowing expenditures for individual
items to exceed the budget, provided that the fund's budget is
not exceeded; providing an effective date.
Mr. McPherson moved that HB 49-A be admitted for intro-
duction, the Speaker having ruled the measure outside the
purview of the Governor's call. The motion was not agreed to
by the required Constitutional two-thirds vote. The vote was:

Yeas-45



Adams
Allen
Black
Boyd
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Fox
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon

Nays-35
The Chair
Barrett
Batchelor
Burrall
Cassens
Considine
Crenshaw
Danson
Davis



Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hector
Hieber
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto
Jennings
Jones
Kirkwood
Malloy


Evans
Fechtel
Fontana
Foster
Frank
Hazouri
Healey
Hodes
James



Margolis
Martin
McCall
McDonald
McPherson
Mica
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Poindexter
Poole
Ready


Kutun
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Lockward
Maxwell
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Nelson



Richard
Rish
Robinson
Sample
Steinberg
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young





Pajcic
Patchett
Patterson
Richmond
Sheldon
Smith
Taylor
Thompson



Votes after roll call:
Yeas--Cherry, Eckhart
Yeas to Nays-Rish
Therefore, HB 49-A was not admitted for introduction.

By Representative Jones-
HB 52-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to transporta-
tion; amending s. 320.20, Florida Statutes, relating to disposi-
tion of motor vehicle licensing moneys; amending s. 210.20
(2) (a), Florida Statutes, increasing the amount of cigarette tax
funds credited to the Revenue Sharing Trust Fund for counties;
amending subsections (26) and (27) of s. 334.03, Florida Stat-
utes, as amended, defining certain terms for purposes of the
Transportation Code; adding subsection (3) to s. 335.02, Florida
Statutes, authorizing the Department of Transportation to pur-
chase rights-of-way and to prepare maps delineating rights-of-
way for certain roads of the state highway system; providing
for hearings thereon and procedures relating thereto; amending
s. 335.04(1) and (2), Florida Statutes, as amended, relating to
transfers of responsibility; amending s. 339.08(2) (b), Florida
Statutes, as amended, requiring the department to match certain



federal funds; amending s. 337.29(3), Florida Statutes, as
amended, specifying municipal powers with respect to certain
transferred roads or rights-of-way; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and placed on the Calendar
without reference.

By Representatives Sheldon, Bell, T. Lewis, Dixon, Fortune,
McKnight, and Gordon-
HB 53-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to nursing
homes; providing legislative intent; providing definitions;
amending s. 400.141(3), Florida Statutes, providing guidelines
for participation by nursing facilities in the operation of
geriatric outpatient nurse clinics; providing funds received by
nursing homes in connection with geriatric outpatient nurse
clinics not be considered in revenues for Medicaid cost reports;
providing for an evaluation; providing for a report to the
Legislature; amending ss. 400.301, 400.304(2), (3), and (4),
400.307, 400.311, 400.314, 400.317, and 400.321(1), Florida
Statutes, changing the designation of nursing home ombudsman
committees from regional to district; increasing the member-
ship of the State Nursing Home Ombudsman Committee by
adding one licensed pharmacist and one dietitian; increasing
the membership of the district nursing home ombudsman com-
mittee by adding three nursing home residents, one licensed
pharmacist, and one dietitian; providing alternating member-
ship for the new members of the state and district nursing home
ombudsman committees; authorizing reimbursement for travel
within the nursing home ombudsman committee member's
county of residence; amending s. 400.23(3) and (4), Florida
Statutes, 1976 Supplement, extending the date on which the
system for rating nursing homes is to be implemented and the
date on which medical assistance program reimbursements are
to be related to ratings; amending s. 409.268, Florida Statutes,
1976 Supplement, providing for annual rather than semiannual
cost reports for nursing homes; providing an effective date.
Mr. Sheldon moved that HB 53-A be admitted for introduc-
tion, the Speaker having ruled that the measure was outside
the purview of the Governor's call. The vote was:

Yeas-80



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Burnsed
Carlton
Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Culbreath
Davis
Dyer

Nays-16
Burrall
Cassens
Crenshaw
Fontana



Eckhart
Evans
Fechtel
Forbes
Foster
Fox
Frank
Gersten
Gordon
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges
Hollingsworth



Fulford
Hazouri
James
Lewis, J. W.



Hutto
Jennings
Jones
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kutun
Langley
Lockward
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Moffitt
Nelson
Nuckolls



Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Pajcic



Ogden
O'Malley
Papy
Patchett
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Steinberg
Taylor
Ward
Warner
Williams
Young



Patterson
Smith
Thompson
Woodruff



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Hill
Nays-Danson

The motion was agreed to by the required Constitutional
two-thirds vote and HB 53-A was read the first time by title.
On motions by Mr. Sheldon, the rules were waived and HB
53-A was read the second time by title and the third time by
title. On passage, the vote was:



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Yeas-101
The Chair
Adams
Allen
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Danson
Davis
Dyer
Eckhiart



Evans
Fehitel
Forbes
Foster
Fox
Frank
Ful ord
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
GCs tafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto
James
Jennings



Nays-1
Fontana
Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Hill
So the bill passed and was immediately
Senate.



Jones
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Lockward
Malloy
MaIrgolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
MIcDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
f.'Iixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley



By Representative Martin-
HB 54-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the code
of ethics for public officers and employees; amending s. 112.31.2
(4), Florida Statutes, 1976 Supplement, as amended by act of
the 1977 regular legislative session, redefining "candidate";
amending s. 112.3145(1) and (6), Florida Statutes, 1976 Supple-
ment, as amended by act of the 1977 regular legislative session,
requiring candidates to file full public disclosure of financial
interests; exempting any person who files a disclosure from
filing a subsequent disclosure of the same type for the same
disclosure period; providing an exemption from nondisclosure
penalty provisions under certain circumstances; amending s. 10
of Senate Bill 1454, as enacted during the 1977 Regular Session
of the Legislature, to clarify application of financial disclosure
provisions for the year 1977; providing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title. On motion by Mr. Martin,
the rules were waived and HB 54-A was read the second time
by title. Mr. Melvin moved the previous question, which was
agreed to. On motion by Mr. Martin, the rules were waived
and HB 54-A was read the third time by title. On passage, the
vote was:

Yeas-93



Considine
Conway
Cox
Crawford
Crenshaw
Danson
Davis
Dyer
Eckhart
Evans
Fech+el
Fontana
Fox
Frank



Gersten
Girardeau
Gustafson
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hodes
Hodges
Hollingsworth



Hutto
James
Jennings
Jones
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Lokw ard
Malloy
Margol i
Martin
Maxwell



McCall
1McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moore, R.
,.,oore, T.
ItMorgan



"Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Fapy
Patchett
Patterson
P' indexter
Poole



Ready
.R.ichard
Richmond
Rish
"Robinson
Sadowski
Sample
Sneldon
Smith
Steinberg



Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Taylor
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodrufff
Young










certified to the



So the bill
Senate.



Taylor
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Haben
Hill



passed and was immediately certified to the



By Representatives Fulford, Tucker, Maxwell, James, Healey,
Patchett, McKnight, Batchelor, Mica, Kirkwood, Morgan, T.
Moore, Sample, Evans, Burrall, Brown, Nelson, Barrett, Becker,
E-ack, Boyd, Carlton, Cassens, Cherry, Con. idine, Conway,
C;awford, Danson, Davis, Dyer, Eckhart, Fontana, Foster, Fox,
Gersten, Gordon, Grosse, Gustafson, Haben, Hawkins, Hector,
Hieber, Hill, Kershaw, Kiser, Kutun, Lockward, Malloy, Mar-
golis. McDonald, McPherson, Nuckolls, O'Malley, P.ajic, Papy,
Patterson, Poole, Richmond, Sadowski, Sheldon, Taylor, Ward,
Warner, Woodruff, Adams, Ready, and Young-
HB 55-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Canal
Authority Act; transferring the Canal Authority to the Division
of Resource Management of the Department of Natural Re-
sources as the Bureau of Waterways by a type three transfer;
providing that funds be maintained in the Cross Florida Barge
Canal Trust Fund; prohibiting the department from making
expenditures for the purpose of acquiring land for constructing,
operating., or promoting the canal; requiring the department to
develop a management plan for the canal area; empowering
the department to retain lands and acquire other lands, includ-
ing the acquisition of lands acquired in less than fee simple by
condemnation; providing for the sale of certain state lands and
providing for the distribution of funds derived from such
sale; providing for use of certain funds; providing for the
vesting of title to acquire lands in the Board of Trustees of the
Internal Improvement Trust Fund; providing a tax exemption;
providing for annual reports by the department to the Legisla-
ture; authorizing the department to contract with and make
assignments, transfers, and conveyances to the United States;
amending s. 20.25(12), Florida Statutes, to conform to this
act; requiring the public sale of property owned by the Cross
Florida Canal Navigation District and providing for the return
of certain funds of the Cross Florida Canal Navigation District
to the counties in the district; repealing parts I and II of
chapter 37!, Florida Statutes, relating to the creation, duties,
and powers of the Canal Authority and of the Cross Florida
Canal Navigation District; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and pl-iced on the Calendar
without reference.

Committee Meeting Notice
Mr. Jones announced that the Committee on Transportation
will meet this afternoon at 3:00 p.m. in Room 317 HOB.
Mr. Craig moved that the House adjourn after the receiving
of Reports to reconvene at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow o', upon the
call of the Speaker, later today, which was agreed to.

Record Votes
Representative Hodes asked to be recorded as voting Yea on
the election of Representative John Ryals as Speaker-desig-
nate.

Adjournment
Pursuant to the motion previously adopted, the House ad-
journed at 11:07 a.m. to reconvene at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow.



Nays-8
Blackburn Culbreath Gordon
Craig Foster Grosse



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Barrett
Batcbelor
Becker
Black
Bloom
Boyd
Burnsed
Burrall
Carlton
Cassens
"Cherry



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SPECIAL SESSION



Thursday, June 16, 1977



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 10:00 a.m.

The following Members were recorded present:



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
rarrett
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Danson
Davis
Dixon
Dyer
Easley
Eckhart



Evans
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hawkins
Hlazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodes
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto



James
Jennings
Jones
Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McCall
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Neal
Nelson



Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Patterson
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Ryals
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Taylor
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Williams
Woodruff
Young



Excused: Representatives Culbreath, Ewing, Gallagher, Leh-
man; Representative Carlton for the Morning Session.

A quorum was present.

Explanation of Absence
I would like to apologize to my fellow House Members
for my frequent absences during that period of the Regular
Session and during the Special Session due to my selection and
participation as a conferee on the House Appropriations Con-
ference Committee. My work on the committee has caused me
to miss many roll call votes, thereby causing me to review the
work in the House via the Journal and voting after the fact.



Lord, we ask that Thou would give us the vision to see
the right, and with this wisdom, the courage to do the right.
For we ask these things in the name of Him who showed us
wisdom, showed us courage, and showed us Thee. Amen.

The Journal

The Journal of June 15 was corrected and approved as fol-
lows: On page 34, column 2, line 5 of title of HB 55-A, strike
"provided" and insert "providing"

Consideration of Bills on Second Reading

HB 52-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to transporta-
tion; amending s. 320.20, Florida Statutes, relating to disposi-
tion of motor vehicle licensing moneys; amending s. 210.20
(2) (a), Florida Statutes, increasing the amount of cigarette tax
funds credited to the Revenue Sharing Trust Fund for counties;
amending subsections (26) and (27) of s. 334.03, Florida Stat-
utes, as amended, defining certain terms for purposes of the
Transportation Code; adding subsection (3) to s. 335.02, Florida
Statutes, authorizing the Department of Transportation to pur-
chase rights-of-way and to prepare maps delineating rights-of-
way for certain roads of the state highway system; providing
for hearings thereon and procedures relating thereto; amending
s. 335.04(1) and (2), Florida Statutes, as amended, relating to
transfers of responsibility; amending s. 339.08(2) (b), Florida
Statutes, as amended, requiring the department to match certain
federal funds; amending s. 337.29(3), Florida Statutes, as
amended, specifying municipal powers with respect to certain
transferred roads or rights-of-way; providing an effective date.
-was read the second time by title.

Representatives Malloy and Jones offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 2, line 19, strike all of Section 2
and insert: Section 2. Subsections (1), (3), (4), and (5) of
s. 210.02, F. S., are amended to read:
210.02 Cigarette tax imposed; collection; etc.-
(1) An excise or privilege tax, in addition to all other taxes
of every kind imposed by law, is imposed upon the sale, receipt,
purchase, possession, consumption, handling, distribution and
use of cigarettes in this state, in the following amounts, ex-
cept as hereinafter otherwise provided, for cigarettes of stand-
ard dimensions:



(a) Upon all cigarettes weighing not more than 3 pounds
Representative Tom Lewis per thousand, 9 84 mills on each cigarette.

Prayr (b) Upon all cigarettes weighing more than 3 pounds per
thousand and not more than 6 inches long, 18 4- mills on each
"cigarette.
Prayer by Representative R. Ed Blackburn, Jr.:
(c) Upon all cigarettes weighing more than 3 pounds per
thousand and more than 6 inches long, 36 94 mills on each
Gracious Heavenly Father, we who meet here are grate- cigarette.
ful for this day, and we are especially thankful for the
opportunity that You have given to each of us that we (2) The description of cigarettes contained in paragraphs
might serve Thee. Pray help us to remember that we serve (a), (b) and (c) of subsection (1) are hereby declared to
You best when we serve others-those whom we represent. be standard as to dimensions for taxing purposes as provided
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in this law and should any cigarette be received, purchased,
possessed, sold, offered for sale, given away or used of a
size other than of standard dimensions, the same shall be
taxed at the rate of 1 cent on each such cigarette.
(3) Where cigarettes, as described in subsection (1) (a)
above, are packed in varying quantities of 20 cigarettes or less,
the following rate shall govern:
(a) Packages containing 10 cigarettes or less require a 9
cent an 84 eeit tax; and
(b) Packages containing more than 10 but not more than
20 cigarettes require an 18 cent e :- een6 tax.
(4) Where cigarettes, as described in subsection (1) (b)
above, are packed in varying quantities of 20 cigarettes or less,
the following rates shall govern:
(a) Packages containing 10 cigarettes or less require an
18 cent a -1 eent tax; and
(b) Packages containing more than 10 but not more than
20 cigarettes require a 36 cent 84 eeat tax.
(5) Where cigarettes, as described in subsection (1) (c)
above, are packed in varying quantities of 20 cigarettes or less,
the following rates shall govern:
(a) Packages containing 10 cigarettes or less require a 36
cent 84 eena tax; and
(b) Packages containing more than 10 but not more than
20 cigarettes require a 72 cent 68 eeat tax.
Section 3. Paragraph (a) of subsection (2) of s. 210.20, F.S.,
is amended to read:
210.20 Employees and assistants; distribution of funds.-
(2) As collections are received by the Division of Beverage
from such cigarette taxes, it shall pay the same into a trust fund
in the state treasury designated "Cigarette Tax Collection Trust
Fund" which shall be paid and distributed as follows:
(a) The division shall from month to month certify to the
Comptroller the amount derived from the cigarette tax imposed
by s. 210.02, less the service charge provided for in s. 215.22,
specifying the amounts to be transferred from the Cigarette
Tax Collection Trust Fund and credited on the basis of
two-eighteenths two-seveftee-nthe to the Municipal Financial
Assistance Trust Fund, eleven-eighteenths eleven ventee- the
of the net collections to the Revenue Sharing Trust Fund for
municipalities, and two-eighteenths on-s^ventea-n6 of the net
collections to the Revenue Sharing Trust Fund for counties,
half of which the counties must deposit in their County Trans-
portation Trust Fund for the purpose of maintaining roads
transferred to the counties under s. 335.04, and other trans-
portation needs.
Renumber subsequent sections.



Mr. Malloy moved the adoption of the
was adopted. The vote was:



amendment, which



Nays-40
The Chair
Andrews
Barrett
Batchelor
Blackburn
Burrall
Crenshaw
Danson
Dixon
Dyer



Eckhart
Evans
Forbes
Fulford
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hattaway
Hazouri
Hodges



Hollingsworth
James
Jennings
Kirkwood
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
McCall
McDonald
Melvin
Mica



Nelson
Ogden
Pajcic
Patchett
Patterson
Richmond
Ryals
Ward
Williams
Woodruff



Votes after roll call:
Nays-Maxwell
Yeas to Nays-Smith, McPherson

Representatives Malloy and Jones offered the following title
amendment:
Amendment 2-On page 1, line 6, strike "funds" and insert:
by 1 cent, to be
Mr. Malloy moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

On motion by Mr. Jones, the rules were waived and HB
52-A, as amended, was read the third time by title. On pass-
age, the vote was:

Yeas-86



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Becker
Bell
Black
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Burrall
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Danson

Nays-27
Barrett
Batchelor
Eckhart
Evans
Fechtel
Forbes
Fulford



Davis
Dixon
Dyer
Easley
Fontana
Fortune
Foster
Fox
Frank
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grosse
Gustafson
Hagler
Hawkins
Hazelton
Hazouri
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill



Grizzle
Haben
Hattaway
Hollingsworth
James
Jennings
Kirkwood



Hodes
Hodges
Hutto
Jones
Kershaw
Kutun
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Martin
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Neal


Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Maxwell
McCall
Melvin
Nelson
Pajcic



Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Papy
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Sadowski
Sheldon
Steinberg
Taylor
Thompson
Warner
Williams
Young



Patchett
Patterson
Sample
Smith
Ward
Woodruff



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Ryals
Nays-Carlton
Yeas to Nays-Danson
So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certi-
fied to the Senate after engrossment.

HB 55-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Canal
Authority Act; transferring the Canal Authority to the Division
of Resource Management of the Department of Natural Re-
sources as the Bureau of Waterways by a type three transfer;
providing that funds be maintained in the Cross Florida Barge
Canal Trust Fund; prohibiting the department from making
expenditures for the purpose of acquiring land for constructing,
operating, or promoting the canal; requiring the department to
develop a management plan for the canal area; empowering
the department to retain lands and acquire other lands, includ-



Yeas-69
Adams
Allen
Becker
Bell
Black
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Craig
Crawford
Davis
Easley



Fechtel
Fontana
Foster
Fox
Frank
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Gustafson
Hagler
Hawkins
Hazelton
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodes
Hutto



Jones
Kershaw
Kutun
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Martin
McKnight
McPherson
Mixson
Moore, R.
Morgan
Neal
Nuckolls
O'Malley
Papy



Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Richard
Rish
Robinson
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Taylor
Thompson
Warner
Young



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ing the acquisition of lands acquired in less than fee simple by
condemnation; providing for the sale of certain state lands and
providing for the distribution of funds derived from such
sale; providing for use of certain funds; providing for the
vesting of title to acquire lands in the Board of Trustees of the
Internal Improvement Trust Fund; providing a tax exemption;
providing for annual reports by the department to the Legisla-
ture; authorizing the department to contract with and make
assignments, transfers, and conveyances to the United States;
amending s. 20.25(12), Florida Statutes, to conform to this
act; requiring the public sale of property owned by the Cross
Florida Canal Navigation District and providing for the return
of certain funds of the Cross Florida Canal Navigation District
to the counties in the district; repealing parts I and II of
chapter 374, Florida Statutes, relating to the creation, duties,
and powers of the Canal Authority and of the Cross Florida
Canal Navigation District; providing an effective date.
-was read the second time by title.

Representative Fulford offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 6, line 30, after "authorization" in-
sert: for construction pursuant to Public Law 675, 77th Con-
gress (56 Stat. 703)
Mr. Fulford moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representatives Craig, Forbes, Hodges, and Williams offered
the following amendment:
Amendment 2-On page 4, line 14, insert: In the event the
funds disbursed pursuant to this section fail to repay the coun-
ties their investment of tax dollars, the counties shall be repaid
from the general revenue fund with not less than 20% of
deficiency payable annually for the next 5 years.

Mr. Craig moved the adoption of the amendment.

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

The absence of a quorum was suggested. A quorum of 106
Members was present.



The question
The vote was:



Yeas-55
Allen
Bell
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Burnsed
Burrall
Conway
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Dixon
Fechtel
Forbes

Nays-53
Adams
Andrews
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Black
Cassens
Considine
Cox
Danson
Davis
Dyer
Easley
Eckhart



recurred on Amendment 2, which was adopted.



Fortune
Fox
Gersten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grosse
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hazelton
Hazouri
Hill
Hodges
Hollingsworth



Evans
Fontana
Foster
Frank
Fulford
Grizzle
Gustafson
Hawkins
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hodes
James
Jennings



Hutto
Jones
Kershaw
Langley
Lewis, J. W.
Martin
McCall
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Mixson
Moore, R.
Nuckolls
Ogden



Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Maxwell
McKnight
Mica
Moore, T.
Morgan
Neal
Nelson



O'Malley
Pajcic
Patterson
Poindexter
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Smith
Thompson
Williams
Woodruff



Papy
Patchett
Poole
Robinson
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Steinberg
Taylor
Warner
Young



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Ward
Nays to Yeas-Becker

Mr. Richmond moved that the House reconsider the vote by
which Amendment 2 was adopted. On motion by Mr. Craig, the
motion to reconsider was laid on the table. The vote was:

Yeas-53



The Chair
Bell
Blackburn
Bloom
Burnsed
Conway
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Dixon
Fechtel
Forbes
Fortune
Foster

Nays-46
Adams
Andrews
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Black
Burrall
Cassens
Considine
Cox
Danson
Davis



Fox
Girardeau
Gordon
Grosse
Gustafson
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hazelton
Hazouri
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto
Jones



Dyer
Eckhart
Evans
Fontana
Frank
Fulford
Gersten
Grizzle
Hawkins
Healey
Hector
Hieber



Kershaw
Kirkwood
Kiser
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.
Martin
McCall
McDonald
Melvin
Mica
Mixson
Moore, T.
Nuckolls
Ogden


Hodes
James
Jennings
Kutun
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Maxwell
McKnight
Moore, R.
Morgan



O'Malley
Patchett
Poindexter
Redman
Richmond
Rish
Smith
Thompson
Ward
Williams
Woodruff



Nelson
Papy
Robinson
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Steinberg
Taylor
Warner
Young



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Ready
Nays-Neal, Richard
Yeas to Nays-T. Moore

Representatives Craig, Forbes, Hodges, and Williams offered
the following amendment:
Amendment 3-On page 6, line 8, strike "be construed to"
and on page 6, line 11 insert: To the extent any provision of
this act abrogates or impairs such a contract, such provision is
of no effect.



Mr. Craig moved the adoption of the
failed of adoption. The vote was:



Yeas-53
Allen
Bell
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Burnsed
Considine
Conway
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Danson
Dixon
Easley

Nays-54
The Chair
Adams
Andrews
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Black



Fechtel
Forbes
Fortune
Fox
Girardeau
Gordon
Grosse
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hazouri
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto



Burrall
Cassens
Cox
Davis
Dyer
Eckhart
Evans



Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Lewis, J. W.
Martin
McCall
McPherson
Melvin
Mixson
Moffitt
Nuckolls
Ogden
O'Malley
Patterson



Fontana
Foster
Frank
Fulford
Gersten
Grizzle
Gustafson



amendment, which



Poindexter
Ready
Redman
Richmond
Rish
Sample
Smith
Thompson
Ward
Williams
Woodruff



Hawkins
Hazelton
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hodes
James



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Jennings
Kirkwood
Kutun
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Margolis



Maxwell
McDonald
McKnight
Mica
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
M,[organ



NTeal
Nelson
Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Poole
Robinson



Sheldon
Steinberg
Taylor
Warner
Young



Votes after roll call:
Nays-Richard



Representatives Craig, Forbes, Hodges,
fered the following amendment:



and Williams of-



Amendment 4-On page 6, line 19, after the period insert:
Section 11. There is hereby appropriated $200,000 from the
General Revenue Fund to the Department of Natural Resources
so that the department may employ a bureau chief, a land
planner, an engineer, and a secretary, and for the purpose of
defraying any other expenses accrued in complying with the
provisions of this act.
Renumber the subsequent section.
Mr. Craig moved the adoption of the amendment. Pending
consideration thereof, on motion by Mr. McDonald, the amend-
ment was laid on the table. The vote was:

Yeas-62



Adams
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Black
Blackburn
Burrall
Cassens
Considine
Cox
Crawford
Davis
Dyer
Eckhart
Evans
Fechtel

Nays-47
The Chair
Allen
Andrews
Bloom
Boyd
Burnsed
Conway
Craig
Crenshaw
Danson
Dixon
Easley



Fontana
Foster
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gersten
Gordon
Grizzle
Gustafson
Hawkins
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hodes
James
Jennings



Forbes
Fortune
Girardeau
Grosse
Haben
Hagler
Ha ttaway
Hazouri
Hodges
Hollimgsworth
Hutto
Jones



Kirkwood
Kutun
Langley
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Maxwell
McDonald
McKnight
Mica
Moffitt
Moore, T.
Morgan
Neal
Nelson


Kershaw
Kiser
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.
Martin
McCall
McPherson
Melvin
Mixson
Moore, R.
O'Malley
Pajcic



Nuckolls
Ogden
Patchett
Poole
Redman
Richard
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Steinberg
Thompson
Warner
Woodruff
Young



Papy
Patterson
Poindexter
Ready
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Smith
Taylor
Wiard
Williams



Mr. Blackburn moved that the House reconsider the vote by
which Amendment 4 was laid on the table. On motion by Mr.
McDonald, the motion to reconsider was laid on the table. The
vote was:



Yeas-58
The Chair
Adams
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Black
Burrall
Cassens
Cherry
Cox
Danson
Davis
Dyer
Easley
Eckhart



lvnns
Fontana
Foster
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gersten
Grizzle
Gustafson
Hawkins
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hodes
James



Jennings
Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Maxwell
McDonald
McKnight
Mica
Moore, T.
Morgan



Neal
Nelson
Papy
Patchett
Poole
Richard
Sadowski
Sheldon
Steinberg
Thompson
Warner
Woodruff
Young



Nays-52
Allen
Bell
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Burnsed
Considine
Conway
Craig
Crawford
Crenshaw
Dixon
Fechtel



Forbes
Fortune
Girardeau
Gordon
Grosse
Haben
Hagler
Hattaway
Hazelton
Hazouri
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Hutto



Jones
Kershaw
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.
Martin
McCall
McPherson
Melvin
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Nuckolls
Ogden



O'Malley
Patterson
Poindexter
Ready
Redman
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Sample
Smith
Taylor
Ward
Williams



Representatives Ogden and Dixon offered the following amend-
ment:
Amendment 5-On page 4, line 8, strike after the word
"any" and all of lines 9-14 and insert: funds remaining in the
Cross Florida Barge Canal; second by disbursing funds derived
from the sale of lands purchased by the affected counties ad
valorem taxes in compliance with section 2(2) (F);
Mr. Ogden moved the adoption of the amendment. Pending
consideration thereof-

Representatives Pajcic offered the following substitute amend-
ment:
Substitute Amendment 5-In lines 3-6 of Amendment 2, strike
everything after "fund" on line 3 and all of lines 4-6 and insert
a period.
Mr. Pajcic moved the adoption of the substitute amendment.
Pending consideration thereof-

THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE IN THE CHAIR



Mr. Craig
on the table,
on Substitute

Yeas-79
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Bell
Black
Burrall
Cassens
Considine
Cox
Crawford
Danson
Davis
Dyer
Easley
Eckhart
Evans
Fechtel

Nays-28
Blackburn
Bloom
Boyd
Brown
Burnsed
Conway
Craig



moved that the substitute amendment be laid
which was not agreed to. The question recurred
Amendment 5, which was adopted. The vote was:



Fontana
Foster
Fox
Frank
Fulford
GCrsten
Girardeau
Gordon
Grizzle
Gustafson
Haben
Hawkins
Hazelton
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hodes
Hutto
James
Jennings



Crenshaw
Dixon
Forbes
Fortune
Grosse
Hagler
Hattaway



Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis, T.
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Maxwell
McDonald
McKnight
Mica
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Neal
Nelson
Nuckolls



Hazouri
Hodges
Hollingsworth
Lewis, J. W.
Martin
McCall
Melvin



Ogden
Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Poindexter
Poole
Redman
Richard
Rish
Robinson
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Smith
Steinberg
Taylor
Warner
Woodruff
Young




Mixson
O'Malley
Patterson
Ready
Thompson
Ward
Williams



Representative Ogden offered the following amendment:
Amendment 6-On page 4, line 14, strike the period and
insert: and shall disburse immediately all funds in the Cross
Florida Barge Canal Trust Fund at the time of passage of this
act.



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

Yeas-38
Allen Forbes Hodges Patterson
Bell Fortune Hollingsworth Ready
Blackburn Fox Hutto Richmond
Bloom Girardeau Kershaw Rish
Burnsed Gordon Lewis, J. W. Smith
Conway Grosse Lewis, T. Thompson
Craig Hagler McCall Ward
Crenshaw Hattaway Melvin Williams
Dixon Hazouri Ogden
Fechtel Hill O'Malley



Nays-64
Adams
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Black
Burrall
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Cox
Crawford
Danson
Davis
Dyer
Evans
Fontana



Foster
Frank
Fulford
Gersten
Grizzle
Gustafson
Haben
Hawkins
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hodes
James
Jennings
Kirkwood
Kiser



Kutun
Langley
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Maxwell
McDonald
McKnight
Mica
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Neal
Nelson



Nuckolls
Pajcic
Papy
Patchett
Poindexter
Poole
Richard
Robinson
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Steinberg
Taylor
Warner
Woodruff
Young



Votes after roll call:
Nays to Yeas-Pajcic



Hattaway
Hazouri
Hodges



Hollingsworth
Lewis, J. W.
Lewis, T.



McCall
Melvin
Ogden



Patterson
Smith
Williams



Votes after roll call:
Yeas-Blackburn, Carlton
Nays to Yeas-T. Lewis
So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certified
to the Senate after engrossment.

Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Donald L. Tucker, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
President has appointed Senators Peterson, Ware, and Castor
as the Conferees on the part of the Senate to SB 29-A.
Joe Brown, Secretary

Recess
On motion by Mr. Craig, the House recessed at 11:59 a.m. to
reconvene at 1:30 p.m. today.

AFTERNOON SESSION
The House was called to order by the Speaker pro tempore
at 1:30 p.m.

A quorum was present.



THE SPEAKER IN THE CHAIR



Representatives Craig, Forbes, Hodges, and
the following title amendment:
Amendment 7-On page 1, line 6, after the
providing an appropriation;



Williams offered

semicolon insert:



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

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

On motion by Mr. Craig, the rules were waived and HB 55-A,
as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage, the
vote was:

Yeas--89



The Chair
Adams
Allen
Andrews
Barrett
Batchelor
Becker
Black
Bloom
Boyd
Burrall
Cassens
Cherry
Considine
Conway
Cox
Crawford
Danson
Davis
Dyer
Easley
Eckhart
Evans

Nays-20
Burnsed
Craig



Fechtel
Fontana
Foster
Fox
Frank
Fulford
Gersten
Gordon
Grizzle
Gustafson
Haben
Hawkins
Hazelton
Healey
Hector
Hieber
Hill
Hodes
Hutto
James
Jennings
Jones
Kershaw



Kirkwood
Kiser
Kutun
Lockward
Malloy
Mann
Margolis
Martin
Maxwell
McDonald
McKnight
McPherson
Mica
Mixson
Moffitt
Moore, R.
Moore, T.
Morgan
Neal
Nelson
Nuckolls
O'Malley
Pajcic



Papy
Patchett
Poindexter
Poole
Ready
Redman
Richard
Richmond
Rish
Robinson
Sadowski
Sample
Sheldon
Steinberg
Taylor
Thompson
Ward
Warner
Woodruff
Young



Crenshaw Fortune Grosse
Dixon Girardeau Hagler



Continuation of Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Donald L. Tucker, Speaker
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has accepted the Conference Committee Report as
an entirety and passed HB 10-A as amended by the Conference
Committee Report.
Joe Brown, Secretary

Conference Committee Report on HB 10-A

On motion by Mr. Fortune, the House took up the following
Report of the Conference Committee on HB 10-A:

The Honorable Lew Brantley
President of the Senate
The Honorable Donald L. Tucker
Speaker, House of Representatives
Dear Sirs:
Your Conference Committee on the disagreeing votes of the
two Houses on the Senate amendments to House Bill 10-A,
same being:
An act making appropriations; providing moneys for the
annual period beginning July 1, 1977 and ending June 30,
1978 to pay salaries, other expenses, capital outlay-buildings
and improvements, and for other specified purposes of the
various agencies of state government; suspending sections
27.34(2), 27.54(3), 215.32(2)(c), 216.221, 216.251(1), 216.262,
216.292, 216.301(2), 216.351, 230.765, 230.767(2), 230.081(3),
231.30(2) (a), 257.22 and 402.17(3), Florida Statutes, repealing
item 45C, Section 2, Chapter 76-285, Laws of Florida; pro-
viding 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 Senate recede from its Amendments 1 and 2.



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2. That the Senate and the House of Representatives adopt
the Conference Committee amendments attached hereto,
and by reference made a part of this report.



Philip D. Lewis
Dempsey J. Barron
(Dissenting)
W. D. Childers
Mattox Hair
Kenneth M. Myers
Curtis Peterson
Kenneth A. Plante



Edmond M. Fortune
William C. Andrews
Elaine Bloom
A. H. Craig
R. Earl Dixon
Thomas F. Lewis
Herbert F. Morgan



Managers on the part of the Managers on the part of the
Senate House of Representatives

Conference Committee Amendment 1-Strike everything after
the enacting clause and insert: Section 1. The moneys in the
following items are appropriated from the named funds for the
1977-78 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. The
Department of Administration is authorized to approve the ex-
penditure of additional, available moneys in such trust funds in
such amounts) as may be necessary.



Item



Positions
$



ADMINISTERED FUNDS--
DEPARTMENT OF
ADMINISTRATION
1 Special Categories
Southern Interstate
Nuclear Board
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
2 Special Categories
Commission on Inter-
state Cooperation
From General Reve-.
nue Fund ------
3 Special Categories
National Committee on
Uniform Traffic Codes
and Laws
From General Reve-
nue Fund --.----
4 Special Categories
Contingent-Relocation
and Renovation
Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---- -
From Trust Funds
Provided, however, to
the extent possible pri-
son labor shall be uti-
lized to move state
agencies into new or
existing facilities.
5 Special Categories
Unemployment Com-
pensation Benefits-
State Employees
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
6 Special Categories
Assessment Adminis-
trative Review Com-
mission
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
7 Special Categories
Contingent-Telephone
Rate Increase
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From Trust Funds --
8 Special Categories
Deficiency
From Working Capi-
tal Fund --- -.



Amount
$






14,233



82,360




1,000



200,000



500,000




15,000



500,000



54,900



533,335


400,000



Item Positions
$
9 Special Categories
Emergency
From Working Capi-
tal Fund ..----
10 Special Categories
Florida Land and Wa-
ter Adjudicatory Com-
mission-Administra-
tive Appeals
From General Reve-
nue Fund -------
11 Deleted
12 Deleted
12A Special Categories
Reimbursement to
Holmes County
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---..
13 Special Categories
Florida Constitution
Revision Commission
From General Reve-
nue Fund
14 Special Categories
CBU-Pay Increases for
Implementation of Con-
tracts-Law Enforce-
ment Unit-Pay Ad-
justment and Merit
Increases
From General Reve-
nue Fund --
From Trust Funds -.-
Board of Regents Unit
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------ ...
From Trust Funds
School for the Deaf and
Blind Instructional
Unit
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------- -
From Trust Funds ---
Other Pay Increases
Career Service System
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Trust Funds --
Exempt Positions
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Trust Funds
Board of Regents Pay
Plan
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Trust Funds --
School for the Deaf
and Blind Pay Plan
From General Reve-
nue Fund .----
From Trust Funds --
Justices and Judges
Salary Adjustments
From General Reve-
nue Fund .
Additional Four Per-
cent Payment to Re-
tirement Fund for Jus-
tices, Judges and State
Attorneys
From General Reve-
nue Fund .-..
Funds provided for ad-
ditional four percent
payment to retirement
fund for justices,
judges, and state at-
torneys are contingent



upon Senate Bill 256
or similar enabling
legislation becoming
law.



Amount
$



250,000



5,000





13,000



350,000



347,166


124,610




19,394



35,918,390


172,685



14,642



4,494



1,441,831


4,971,981




143,583



44,531,897


229,844



2,943,791



25,174



1,409,471





608,724



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Positions
$



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



ADMINISTRATION, DE-
PARTMENT OF
Office of the Secretary
15 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -- --
From Administrative
Trust Fund ------
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ---------- -
16 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ......----
From Administrative
Trust Fund ---
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ------
17 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund _--
From Administrative
Trust Fund
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund .... .............
18 Grants and Aids
Energy Grants
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund-
19 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----------
From Administrative
Trust Fund --
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund -----.---------
20 Special Categories
Coastal Plains Region-
al Commission
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
21 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -- -
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ---------

State Planning, Division of
22 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund --..-
From State Planning
Trust Fund -...-
From Governor's
Council on Crim-
inal Justice Trust
Fund .--.
From Governor's
Highway Safety
Commission Trust
Fund ..........
23 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund --.
From Governor's
Council on Crim-
inal Justice Trust
Fund -------
From Governor's
Highway Safety
Commission Trust
Fund .. .



63



276,132







122,000






86,514











542








55,000


10,000



162



1,248,497











4,766



24 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From State Planning
Trust Fund-----
From Governor's
Council on Crim-
449,560 final Justice Trust
Fund --------------
From Governor's
203,131 Highway Safety
Commission Trust
Fund --------.....
25 Grants and Aids
Highway Safety Grants
From Governor's
Highway Safety
66,622 Commission Trust
Fund ------
26 Grants and Aids
67,000 LEAA Local Buy-In
From Block Grant
Matching Trust
Fund -------
27 Grants and Aids
112,233 Regional Planning
Councils
From General Reve-
69,909 nue Fund ----
Provided, that the
funds in Item 27 shall
be used for grants to
Regional Planning
459,523 Councils established
pursuant to Florida
Statutes. Provided,
further, the amount in
Item 27 shall be divid-
ed equally among the
1,259 Regional Planning
Councils.
28 Grants and Aids
6,230 Law Enforcement As-
sistance Act
From Governor's
Council on Crim-
inal Justice Trust
Fund ----------
29 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---
From Governor's
Council on Crim-
inal Justice Trust
5,000 Fund ------- .
From Governor's
Highway Safety
Commission Trust
Fund -------
30 Data Processing Serv-
ices
105,466 From General Reve-
nue Fund ---.
From Governor's
Council on Crim-
943,840 final Justice Trust
Fund .
Budget, Division of
31 Salaries and Benefits
263,329 From General Reve-
nue Fund .
32 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund .
33 Expenses
From General Reve-
594 nue Fund -..
34 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-



125,616 nue Fund -,--_......



331,715



42,134


295,218


83,869




1,203,756



476,334



500,000



14,152,709



4,795



5,599


1,339



16,846



10,357



69



1,264,208


24,225

153,136


15,085



41,



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Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



35 Special Categories
Municipal and County
Population Estimates
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
36 Special Categories
Cost-of-Living Price
Survey
From General Reve-
nue Fund --- --
37 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -_-----
Personnel, Division of
38 Salaries and Benefits
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund --. ...--.-
From State Person-
nel System Trust
Fund .----- -
39 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund .------
From State Person-
nel System Trust
Fund -.-- --- --
40 Expenses
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ---------
From State Person-
nel System Trust
Fund --- -----
41 Grants and Aids
Intergovernmental
Personnel Grants
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund .--------
42 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From State Person-
nel System Trust
Fund ---------
43 Data Processing Serv-
ices,
From State Person-
nel System Trust
Fund -------
Provided, funds appro-
priated from the state
Personnel System
Trust Fund are based
on a personnel assess-
ment of $36 per posi-
tion.
RETIREMENT, DIVISION
OF
44 Salaries and Benefits
From Operating
Trust Fund
45 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund ...
46 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund ..
47 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Operating
Trust Fund ..
48 Special Categories
Elected State Offi-
cers- Retirement
Credit Matching
From General Reve-
nue Fund



62,500



165,000


2,000



147








































186



150,000



49 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund
50 Pensions and Benefits
Confederate Pensions
From General Reve-
nue Fund
State Officers and
Employees (Non-
contributory)
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..- ----
Teacher's Special Pen-
sions
From General Reve-
nue Fund -
Disability Benefits to
Justices and Judges
80,395 From General Reve-
nue Fund -------
Special Pensions and
1,966,363 Relief Acts
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---- .-
Florida National
Guard
12,169 From General Reve-
nue Fund --..-.---
Members Benefits
56,851 From Florida Re-
tirement System
Trust Fund
Survivors Benefits
16,540 From TRS Surviv-
or Benefit Trust
Fund ---.---...-
488,338 Minimum Benefits Ad-
justment
From General Reve-
nue Fund --- -
Provided, that $2,500,-
000 of the minimum
249,128 benefits adjustment in
item 50 is contingent
upon SB 84 becoming
law. Also, provided,
that $333,000 of the
9,955 minimum benefits ad-
justment in Item 50 is
contingent upon SB
413 becoming law.
866)577f Administrative Hearings,
866,577 Division of
51 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -.-.----
52 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---.--
53 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---.----..
54 Deleted
2,330,690
2,330,69 AGRICULTURE AND CON-
SUMER SERVICES, DE-
PARTMENT OF, AND COM-
131,604 MISSIONER OF AGRICUL-
TURE
Office of the Commissioner
754,274 and Division of Administra-
tion
55 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
12,509 nue Fund -....
From Administrative
Trust Fund .--...
56 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------



518,960



21,000



1,400,000


108,000


98,000


13,600


240,000



141,000,000


3,100,000



3,933,000



19



401,322


8,100


87,226



179



985,291



1,223,511



9,329



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Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



Item



Positions
.$



Amount
$



From Administrative
Trust Fund ----
57 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Administrative
Trust Fund ----
From Harness Horse
Racing Promotion
Trust Fund ----
From Quarter Horse
Racing Promotion
Trust Fund
58 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From Administrative
Trust Fund -------
59 Special Categoriesf
Soil Survey and Water-
shed Planning
From General Reve-
nue Fund .--..-
60 Special Categories
Promotional Awards
From General Reve-
nue Fund --_---
From Administrative
Trust Fund ----
From Harness Horse
Racing Promotion
Trust Fund ---.
From Quarter Horse
Racing Promotion
Trust Fund ---.-
61 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -..----
From Administrative
Trust Fund ---.----.
Inspection, Division of
62 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund --- ---.
63 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund ..--- -----
64 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund --------.
65 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---.--
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund .-. ..
66 Special Categories
Contingent U. S.
D. A. Grading Serv-
ice ... ..
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund --.. .
67 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund .-.
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund .. .



354,863









12,363





389,058


100,000









107,880



365



2,138,567








433,815





24,534



10



73,378



Standards, Division of
11,402 68 Salaries and Benefits
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund
69 Other Personal Serv-
369,372 ices
From General In-
spection Trust
10,000 Fund --------
70 Expenses
From General In-
6,922 section Trust
Fund -----...
71 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General In-
spection Trust
21,735 Fund --.---
72 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund-------
Chemistry, Division of
73 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund --
100,000 From General In-
spection Trust
Fund -----
132,500 74 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
32,040 nue Fund
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund .----- --
75 Expenses
From General Reve-
131,853 nue Fund
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund --. -.--
76 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
1,746,908 nue Fund --
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund ----------
77 Data Processing Serv-
5,345 ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -- --
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund ----
481,529 Dairy Industry, Division of
78 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---.--
79 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
52,983 nue Fund ---...
80 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -
81 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
81,295 nue Fund-----
Marketing, Division of
82 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund .....
From General In-
spection Trust
51,564 Fund .-----.-..



147



1,714,146



17,125


837,943



17,360



116,995



107



475,833



884,158



2,910



4,260



129,385



317,587



49,720



71,048



9,862



28,716



49



721,676


8,760

203,834


8,320



234,403



168



1,335,386



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Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



From Citrus Inspec-
tion Trust Fund __
83 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---.---
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund ----.----
From Citrus Inspec-
tion Trust Fund
84 EXpenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund ..----.----
From Citrus Inspec-
tion Trust Fund _
85 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----- .-
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund -----------.---
From Citrus Inspec-
tion Trust Fund __
86 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund ---------------
Fruit and Vegetable Inspec-
tion, Division of
87 Salaries and Benefits
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund -- -------
From Citrus Inspec-
tion Trust Fund -
88 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund ----------
From Citrus Inspec-
tion Trust Fund
89 Expenses
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund ---------- -
From Citrus Inspec-
tion Trust Fund --
90 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund .-----
From Citrus Inspec-
tion Trust Fund
91 Special Categories
Automated Testing
Equipment
From Citrus Inspec-
tion Trust Fund -
92 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Citrus Inspec-
tion Trust Fund __
Animal Industry, Division of
93 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund .
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund .....
94 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund .......



13,630






241,816







3,616



582






























375



3,329,039





74,750



95 Expenses
894,510 From General Reve-
nue Fund-----
From General In-
spection Trust
Fund -------..........
96 Operating Capital Out-
lay
21,556 From General Reve-
nue Fund ...----
58,385 From General In-
spection Trust
Fund ----------
97 Special Categories
Payment of Indemni-
671,264 ties
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..-.
98 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -....--
Plant Industry, Division of
9,879 99 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
6,605f nue Fund ---------
16,605 rom Nursery In-
spection Trust
Fund -------------
From Fire Ant Con-
1,376 trol Trust Fund- .
100 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
101 Expenses
From General Reve-
1,097,648 nue Fund --..-.
From Nursery In-
5,381,131 section Trust
Fund ..... ..
From Fire Ant Con-
trol Trust Fund --
From Lethal Yellow-
69,693 ing Revolving
Trust Fund .---
13,458 102 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
29O 944 nue Fund ..---
290,044 From Nursery In-
752,514i section Trust
752,514 Fund ......------------
103 Special Categories
Apiarian Indemnities
From General Reve-
7,519 nue Fund ...------
104 Special Categories
8,605 Blackfly Control Pro-
gram
From General Reve-
nue Fund .-----
430,000 Consumer Services,
Division of
105 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
113,861 nue Fund .--..
106 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..
107 Expenses
From General Reve-
1,290,773 nue Fund ...
108 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ......



831,017



200,278



48,733



811



1,500,000


10,772



2,471,419



242



487,816
123,869



17,727


835,788



271,145
126,131

150,000



75,262



43,130



24,000



2,518,754



23



296,243


2,392


81,322


9,320



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Item



Positions
$



Forestry, Division of
109 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Incidental
Trust Fund ..-----
110 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -------
From Incidental
Trust Fund ----
111 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Incidental
Trust Fund --
Notwithstanding Sec-
tion 2116.262 (1) (E),
Florida Statutes, all
field personnel of the
Department of Agri-
culture and Consumer
Services, Division of
Forestry, except those
performing clerical du-
ties, shall be provided
from funds appropri-
ated in item 111 dis-
tinctive uniforms for
identification by the
public.
112 Grants and Aids
State Forest Receipt
Distribution
From Incidental
Trust Fund ----
113 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund --_--
From Incidental
Trust Fund --.--.
114 Special Categories
Forestry Research
From General Reve-
nue Fund -------
From Incidental
Trust Fund --
115 Debt Service
From Incidental
Trust Fund ----
116 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund --...-
BANKING AND FINANCE,
DEPARTMENT OF, AND
COMPTROLLER
Office of the Comptroller
and Division of Administra-
tion
117 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----.
From Administrative
Trust Fund .-.
118 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -.. .
119 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..
120 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..........
Accounting and Auditing,
Division of
121 Salaries and Benefits



Amount
$



1,079



7,719,887




9,624



2,211,504





















1,177,464




50,000






44,059



63



305,065



221,855


8,012


11,020



148



Item



Positions
$



From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
122 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
3,923,078 nue Fund ---
123 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----....
124 Operating Capital Out-
lay
119,490 From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
125 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
650,370 nue Fund .....
The moneys in the
aforementioned items
are appropriated from
the General Revenue
Fund to the State
Comptroller for pur-
poses of implementing
a State of Florida Ac-
counting system as ap-
proved by the Auditor
General. Item 121 -
$244,166; Item 122-
$50,000; Item 123 -
$48,568; Item 124-
$13,742; Item 125-
$1,225,022
Provided, however,
that the Comptroller
shall not withhold pay-
489,000 ment to the Joint Leg-
islative Management
Committee for con-
tractual data process-
ing and teleprocessing
equipment and serv-
315,528 ices in implementing
the State of Florida
Accounting system.
Banking, Division of
126 Salaries and Bene-
25,000 fits ------ ------
From Bank and
Trust Company
363,988 Trust Fund ---
127 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Bank and
Trust Company
Trust Fund
128 Expenses
From Bank and
Trust Company
Trust Fund
129 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Bank and
Trust Company
Trust Fund
629,859 130 Data Processing Serv-
ices
SFrom Bank and
Trust Company
Trust Fund
Finance, Division of
131 Salaries and Bene-
fits
From Regulatory
Trust Fund -
132 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Regulatory
Trust Fund .



Amount
$



1,779,897


56,963

406,013


30,109


2,098,531



113



1,489,948



19,800


311,561



3,882



12,762



61



829,207


7,520



45



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Item P(

138 Expenses
From Regulatory
Trust Fund ---
134 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Regulatory
Trust Fund .
135 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Regulatory
Trust Fund ---
Securities, Division of
136 Salaries and Bene-
fits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund --------
137 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund _----.
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund --- ----
138 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund --------
139 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund __ -----
140 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---
BUSINESS REGULATION,
DEPARTMENT OF
OFFICE OF EXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR
141 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Administra-
tive Trust Fund -
Provided, six positions
authorized to the de-
partment in Item 141
are for the purpose of
administering SB 223
or similar legislation
becoming law. These
positions are to be
funded by the Trust
Fund established by
said legislation.
142 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -.----.
143 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..
144 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ....
145 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ...
PARIMUTUEL WAGERING,
DIVISION OF
146 Salaries and Benefits



From Operating
Trust Fund --.---
147 Other Personal Serv-
ices



positions
$



Amount
$



60



492,672





2,532




152,062





5,247


13,774



43



112,578













20,195

134,414


35,123


21,247



64



Item



From Operating
Trust Fund
284,660 148 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund --.--.
149 Operating Capital Out-
4,772 lay
From Operating
Trust Fund
150 Special Categories
24,793 Service Charge to
General Revenue
From Operating
Trust Fund
From Additional
Harness and Dog
Track Tax Trust
Fund .- -.....-
282,236 HOTELS AND RESTAU-
RANTS, DIVISION OF
151 Salaries and Benefits
From Hotel and Res-
taurant Trust
Fund ------....
152 Other Personal Serv-
39,659 ices
From Hotel and Res-
taurant Trust
Fund ..-. ...-. .
153 Expenses
From Hotel and Res-
67,761 taurant Trust
Fund ....
154 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Hotel and
Restaurant Trust
Fund --..-.-.....
155 Special Categories
Industry Education
From Hotel and
Restaurant Trust
Fund ---.-- --..
156 Special Categories
Service Charge to
General Revenue
From Hotel and
Restaurant Trust
Fund --
378,301 157 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Hotel and
Restaurant Trust
Fund .... ----------
Florida Land Sales and Con-
dominiums, Division of
158 Salaries and Bene-
fits ---
From Florida Land
Sales Trust Fund
159 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Florida Land
Sales Trust Fund
160 Expenses
From Florida Land
Sales Trust Fund
161 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Florida Land
Sales Trust Fund
Beverage, Division of
162 Salaries and Bene-
fits ... ...... .
From General Reve-
nue Fund .-.
163 Other Personal Serv-
740,086 ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -. .



Positions
$



Amount
$



895,506

204,268


8,065



1,515,693


551,757



121



1,370,255



48,327


304,645



42,600



70,000




99,956



97,250



46



536,771


2,500

162,733


1,655



227



2,917,607


20,824



46



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Item P

164 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---
165 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
166 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
General Regulation, Division
of
167 Salaries and Bene-
fits------- .-------------
From General Reve-
nue Fund -------
From Yacht and
Ship Brokers
Trust Fund ----
From Certified
Shorthand Trust
Fund --------
168 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Yacht and
,Ship Brokers
Trust Fund ----
From Certified
Shorthand Trust
Fund .- .......-
169 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund .-----
CITRUS, DEPARTMENT OF
170 Salaries and Benefits
From Citrus Adver-
tising Trust Fund
171 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Citrus Adver-
tising Trust Fund
172 Expenses
From Citrus Adver-
tising Trust Fund
173 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Citrus Adver-
tising Trust Fund
174 Special Categories
Advertising Rebates
From Citrus Adver-
tising Trust Fund
175 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Citrus Adver-
tising Trust Fund
COMMERCE,
DEPARTMENT OF
Offices of the Secretary and
Administrative Services
176 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ....
From Administra-
tive Trust Fund
From Revolving
Trust Fund ......
From Bicentennial
Commission Trust
Fund ....
From Workmen's



JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



positionss
$



Amount
$



867,427


193,583


28,128



16



120,071







37,977







6,178



230





















218



154,916



Compensation Spe-
cial Disability
Trust Fund ----
177 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Administra-
tive Trust Fund __



Item



From Bicentennial
Commission Trust
Fund -----
178 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Administra-
tive Trust Fund -
From Special Em-
ployment Security
Trust Fund ----
From Revolving
Trust Fund ----
From Bicentennial
Commission Trust
Fund ------
From Workmen's
Compensation Spe-
cial Disability
3Y1 Trust Fund
32,132 179 Operating Capital Out-
lay
19From Administra-
16,911 tive Trust Fund _
180 Special Categories
Reimbursement of Em-
ployers
From Workmen's
Compensation Spe-
10,163 cial Disability
Trust Fund ----
181 Debt Service
5,349 From Revolving
Trust Fund --- -
182 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Administrative
Trust Fund
Public Employees Relations
3,384,881 Commission
18-3 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
184 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
32,810,809 nue Fund ----------------

nue Fund
175,000 From Public Em-
ployees Relations
Commission Trust
Fund ------
498,060 186 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund --..---
20,250 Tourism, Division of
187 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund .-----
188 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -. .
189 Expenses
1,814,255 From General Reve-
nue Fund .. .
430,440 190 Deleted
191 Operating Capital Out-
lay
26,300 From General Reve-
nue Fund .-...
192 Special Categories
Promotion
116,326 From General Reve-
nue Fund --.-
Provided, that an
amount not to exceed
48,428 251% of the funds ap-



Positions
$



47



Amount
$



9,800



154,916



"360,877

42,263
430,439

34,918


619,029


64,364





6,500,000

66,335


392,905



40



626.,088


133,239

206,669



30,000



8,206



105



1,042,035


70,148

406,176



5,717


241,000









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Item



Positions
$



propriated in Item 192
may be spent for
"goods, commodities or
other items to be given
away directly for pro-
motion of Florida and/
or for the accommoda-
tion and entertainment
of representatives of
the tourist industry;
provided, however, all
such expenditures shall
be personally author-
ized and approved in
advance by the director
of tourism.
Provided, further, that
an amount not to ex-
ceed $25,000 appropri-
ated in Item 192 may
be used to acquire for
the State of Florida,
films and other works
created by Mr. David
Newell. These works
shall be stored with the
Division of Archives,
History and Records
Management of the De-
partment of State, and
used as needed by the
Division of Tourism to
promote Florida.
Provided, further, the
Department of Citrus
shall contract to reim-
burse the Department
for 75% of the cost of
orange juice dispensed
at its welcome sta-
tions.
193 Special Categories
Paid Advertising
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Grants and
Donations
Trust Fund -.---.-
Provided, however,
$120,000 of the amount
appropriated shall be
allocated to the Dade
County International
Airport Welcome Sta-
tion.
194 Special Categories
Advertising Pam-
phlets and Materials
From General Reve-
nue Fund -- --.-
195 Special Categories
Production and Dis-
play of Films and
Exhibits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----------
Economic Development,
Division of
196 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -.-
From Grants and
Donations
Trust Fund ...
197 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ...
From Grants and
Donations
Trust Fund ......



Amount
$






































1,144,000



56,000



292,500




80,000



81



966,162





258,471



Item Positions
$
198 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund --..-..
From Grants and
Donations
Trust Fund -----------
199 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Grants and
Donations
Trust Fund ----
200 Special Categories
Paid Advertising
From General Reve-
nue Fund --------------
201 Special Categories
Promotion
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---.---
202 Special Categories
Industry Service
Training Program
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----.
Provided, however,
$100,000 of the amount
appropriated shall be
allocated to the Flor-
ida Council on Eco-
nomic Education, Inc.
for the public schools
to cooperate with the
Florida Public and Pri-
vate education sys-
tems and other corpo-
rations, organizations,
and individuals in or-
der to promote, orga-
nize, and conduct ac-
tivities which will de-
velop and enhance eco-
nomic education in the
State of Florida. Pro-
vided, further, that
said corporations, or-
ganizations, and indi-
viduals match all
funds provided by the
state. Provided, fur-
ther, that such pro-
grams shall comply
with those programs
in the existing eco-
nomic education poli-
cy.



Labor, Division of
203 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund .-----
From Workmen's
Compensation Ad-
ministration Trust
Fund ----------------
204 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Workmen's
Compensation Ad-
236,813 ministration Trust
Fund ----------------------
205 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---......
From Grants and
Donations Trust
91,902 Fund --------



421



624,555



4,646,894



2,500



338,000



144,204



11,425



Amount
$



618,918



20,757



4,282





860,000


405,000



300,000



48



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Item I

From Workmen's
Compensation Ad-
ministration Trust
Fund ......--......---
206 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From Workmen's
Compensation Ad-
ministration Trust
Fund .-------
207 Deleted
208 Special Categories
Reimbursement to
Trustees
From Self Insurance
Assessment Trust
Fund -----.---..-----
209 Financial Assistance
Payments
Supplemental Work-
men's Compensation
Benefits
From Workmen's
Compensation Ad-
ministration Trust
Fund .--------
210 Deleted
211 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund --------------
From Workmen's
Compensation Ad-
ministration Trust
Fund ---------------------
Employment Security, Divi-
sion of
212 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Employment
Security Adminis-
tration Trust Fund
From CGew Chief
Registration Trust
Fund -...-------.......
213 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Employment
Security Adminis-
tration Trust Fund
214 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ...--
From Employment
Security Adminis-
tration Trust Fund
From Crew Chief
Registration Trust
Fund -..- ..
215 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
"From Employment
Security Adminis-
tration Trust Fund
216 Special Categories
Contract Payments
From Employment
Security Adminis-
tration Trust Fund
217 Special Categories
Public Service Employ-



ment Payments
From WIN Benefits
Trust Fund ----
218 Financial Assistance
Payments
Unemployment Com-
pensation Benefits



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positionss
$



Amount
$



4,211




















5,000



2,757



188,561











55,619







1,896



Item



Positions
$



From Unemployment
Compensation
Benefit Trust
1,614,245 Fund
219 Financial Assistance
Payments
Work Incentive Pay-
ments
From WIN Benefits
Trust Fund ---
220 Financial Assistance
27,963 Payments
Contract Services
From WIN Benefits
Trust Fund ---
221 Financial Assistance
Payments
Public Service Employ-
55,000 ment Payments
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ----------
222 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Employment
Security Adminis-
tration Trust Fund
Caldwell Data Center
223 Salaries and Benefits
From Working Cap-
ital Trust Fund __
224 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Working Cap-
ital Trust Fund _-
272,095 225 Expenses
From Working Cap-
ital Trust Fund _
Industrial Relations
Commission
226 Salaries and Benefits
From Industrial Re-
lations Commis-
28,901,793 sion Trust Fund __
227 Other Personal Serv-
ices
60,731 From Industrial Re-
lations Commis-
sion Trust Fund -
228 EXpenses
From Industrial Re-
1,193,46 lations Commis-
1,193,746 sion Trust Fund __
229 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Industrial Re-
lations Commis-
5,711,239 sion Trust Fund
COMMISSIONERS FOR
THE PROMOTION OF
14,269 UNIFORMITY OF
LEGISLATION IN
THE UNITED
STATES
230 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
78,905
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS,
DEPARTMENT OF
Office of the Secretary
231 Salaries and Benefits
734,226 From General Reve-
nue Fund -. .
From Administrative
Trust Fund ...
232 Other Personal Serv-
1,000,000 ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---........
From Administrative



Trust Fund ------



Amount
$



240,000,000




150,000



300,000





3,000,000



2,811,347


1,673,817


9,889

1,588,747



166



47



666,493



19,226


141,947



9,071



16,620



28



145,863



233,555



547



893



49".









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Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



233 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Administrative
Trust Fund ---.--
234 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund --.---.-
From Administrative
Trust Fund -----
235 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Administrative
Trust Fund ----
Commission on Human Re-
lations
236 Salaries and Bene-
fits ---- ----------
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund .----.--
237 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ..------
238 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ......-....-
Disaster Preparedness, Divi-
sion of
239 Salaries and Bene-
fits -----..----
From General Reve-
nue Fund --..-
From Personnel and
Administration
Trust Fund ---.-
From Community
Shelter Planning
Trust Fund ----
From Radiological
Equipment Facili-
ty Trust Fund --
From Disaster Plan-
ning Trust Fund
240 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From Personnel and
Administration
Trust Fund .------
From Disaster Plan-
ning Trust Fund
241 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund .
From Personnel and
Administration
Trust Fund .
From Community
Shelter Planning
Trust Fund .
From Radiological
Equipment Facili-
ty Trust Fund ...
From U.S. Contribu-
tions Trust Fund
From Disaster Plan-
ning Trust Fund



30,883




739



14



106,679




41,941





1,033



46



183,030












2,201






60,139



242 Grants and Aids
Disaster Preparedness
Planning and Admin-
istration
48,430 From Personnel and
Administration
Trust Fund .
From Disaster Re-
lief U. S. Trust
Fund -- .-----
1,207 243 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
2,064 From Personnel and
Administration
Trust Fund ---- .
From Community
Shelter Planning
Trust Fund ---..-
From U.S. Contribu-
tions Trust Fund
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
38,093 244 Salaries and Benefits -
From General Reve-
nue Fund --..---
From State Approv-
al Agency Trust
Fund --.-- -...
60,806 245 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -- .---
From State Approv-
al Agency Trust
Fund ...- -
246 Operating Capital Out-
lay
2,278 From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From State Approv-
al Agency Trust
Fund -- .-- -
Technical Assistance,
Division of
247 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
183,033 nue Fund ----
From Revolving Ru-
ral Land Acquisi-
54,349 tion and Site De-
velopment Assist-
ance Trust Fund -.
61,217 From Urban Plan-
ning Assistance
56,976 Revolving Trust
Fund --------
From Factory-Built
Housing Trust
Fund ----
248 Other Personal Serv-
ices
21200 From General Reve-
2,200 nue Fund -.--------
From Community
10,745 Development Trust
Fund ....... .
From Urban Plan-
ning Assistance
Revolving Trust
Fund -...- .. --.
55,611 249 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -.-.
39,247 From Community
Development Trust
Fund .....
15,783 From Revolving Ru-
ral Land Acquisi-
4,529 tion and Site De-
velopment Assist-
26,347 ance Trust Fund --



950,000

1,000,000



24,801



24,025

2,288

775



80



669,411



264,106



49,280



81,720



5,358



874



40



190,588



24,085


381,180

60,126



6,248



18,180


12,498



35,073



5,093



5,847



June 16, 1977



50









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Item



From Urban Plan-
ning Assistance
Revolving Trust
Fund -- ----
From Factory-Built
Housing Trust
Fund ---.------------
250 Grants and Aids
Land Acquisition and
Site Development
From Revolving Ru-
ral Land Acquisi-
tion and Site De-
velopment Assist-
ance Trust Fund _
251 Grants and Aids
Local Government
Planning and Manage-
ment Assistance
From Urban Plan-
ning Assistance
Revolving Trust
Fund ...--------
252 Deleted
253 Deleted
254 Deleted
254A Lump Sum
Local Government
Comprehensive Plan-
ning Act
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
The Department shall
have authority to pro-
mulgate rules and reg-
ulations pursuant to
Chapter 120, Florida
Statutes, to establish
criteria, administer and
distribute the funds
appropriated in Item
254A.
Provided, further, that
the moneys in Item
254A are to be distrib-
uted by the Depart-
ment in a manner
which allocates the
funds only to those lo-
cal governments hav-
ing the greatest need
for State financial as-
sistance.
254B Lump Sum
Board of Building
Codes and Standards
From General Reve-
nue Fund
Provided, however,
funds appropriated -in
Item 254B are contin-
gent on CS/SB 1072,
or similar legislation
becoming law.
255 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..
From Urban plan-
ning Assistance
Revolving Trust
Fund -. -...
Office of Manpower Planning
256 Salaries and Benefits
From Florida State
Prime Sponsor
Trust Fund -...
257 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Florida State



Positions
$



Amount
$



2



750,000



2



36,015








2,667



83



Item



258 Expenses
From Florida State
Prime Sponsor
Trust Fund --.--
64,139 259 Grants and Aids
Manpower Training
12%361 and Employment
12,361 From Florida State
Prime Sponsor
Trust Fund -..-....
260 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Florida State
Prime Sponsor
Trust Fund -----
1,250,000 261 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Florida State
Prime Sponsor
Trust Fund
Community Services,
Division of
467,477 262 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Neighborhood
Youth Corps Trust
Fund -------- --
From Economic Op-
portunity Trust
Fund-----------
263 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Neighborhood
Youth Corps Trust
Fund -.- ------
From Economic Op-
portunity Trust
Fund
From Migrant Labor
Trust Fund ..--
264 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From Neighborhood
Youth Corps Trust
Fund ------- --
From Economic Op-
portunity Trust
Fund ----- ---
From Migrant Labor
Trust Fund
265 Grants and Aids
Governor's Council
on Indian Affairs
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
266 Grants and Aids
For Transfer to the
Community Services
Trust Fund
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
267 Grants and Aids
Community Services
Trust Fund-Grants to
Counties
From Community
Services Trust
Fund
5,333 268 Grants and Aids
Special Project Grants
From Economic Op-
portunity Trust
Fund .
269 Operating Capital Out-
1,023,862 lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund --..



From Neighborhood
Youth Corps Trust
118,950 Fund .....--..-..-----



Positions
$



Amount
$



399,300




42,406,942



3,377



6,078



41



139,739



184,761

155,559



720



89,092

2,160

81,076



45,617



42,239

68,246
31,275



50,000




1,000,000



1,000,000



750,000



1,998



Prime Sponsor
Trust Fund ----



51



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June 16, 1977



Item t

From Economic Op-
portunity Trust
Fund --------.-.-
269A Lump Sum
Commission on
Spanish-Speaking
Populace of Florida
From General Reve-
nue Fund --.----
270 Special Categories
Enrollee Payments
From Neighborhood
Youth Corps
Trust Fund --------.
CRIMINAL LAW EN-
FORCEMENT, DEPART-
MENT OF
Office of the Executive Di-
rector and Division of Staff
Services
271 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund .---
272 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund
273 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---...--.--
274 Deleted
275 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund --.-.-
275A Lump Sum
General Liability and
Fire Insurance Prem-
ium Adjustment
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----.-.
276 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----.--
Law Enforcement, Division
of
277 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -- -
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ...-..- ...
278 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ----.-.-...
279 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ---.---.. ..
280 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----...
281 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----. .
Standards and Training, Di-
vision of
282 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund



From Law Enforce-
ment Training
Trust Fund --



Positions
$



Amount
$



25,000



155



2,224,198


13,900

895,005



46,534




5,748


44,080



237



3,478,002









1,380,708





252,713


90,190



22



252,948



Item



283 Other Personal Serv-
ices
1,497 From General Reve-
nue Fund -------
From Law Enforce-
ment Training
Trust Fund-------
284 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----...
From Law Enforce-
ment Training
Trust Fund .
1,558,347 285 Grants and Aids
Special Education and
Technical Training
From Law Enforce-
ment Training
Trust Fund --.
Provided, however,
funds appropriated in
Item 285 shall not fund
projects which will re-
quire future expendi-
tures from General
Revenue for continuing
operations.
285A Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ...
286 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---.........--
Criminal Justice Information
Systems, Division of
287 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---------
From Operating
Trust Fund --------
288 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----.-....
From Operating
Trust Fund -----
289 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---- --
290 Deleted
190,784 291 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------------
Law Enforcement Data Cen-
102,021 ter
292 Salaries and Benefits
From Working Capi-
tal Trust Fund --
293 Expenses
From Working Capi-
107,106 tal Trust Fund -...
294 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Working Capi-
tal Trust Fund --.
EDUCATION, DEPART-
MENT OF, AND COMMIS-
SIONER OF EDUCATION
Commissioner of Education,
and
Provided, however, that
funds appropriated from
the General Trust Fund, in
Items 295, 296, 297, 300,
300B, 307, 308, 309, 310,
311, 346, 347, 348, 362, 366,
29,247 367, 369, 370, 371, and 374,



Positions
$



Amount
$



1,800



4,000



82,557



26,041




681,818



3,950


19,935



140



1,414,805



311,249



121,444



32,885



10,746



2,917,012



76



822,440

2,439,995


1,279



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Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



may be transferred to the
following trust funds for
disbursement purposes:
Facilities Construction
Administration Trust
Fund
Student Loan Trust Fund
Student Financial Aid
Trust Fund
Educational Media and
Technology Trust Fund
Speech Pathology and
Audiology Trust Fund
Educational Certification
and Services Trust
Fund
Professional Practices
Council Trust Fund
Junior College Confer-
ence Trust Fund
Educational Aids Trust
Fund
Food and Nutrition Serv-
ices Trust Fund
Grants and Donations
Trust Fund
Comprehensive Employ-
ment Training Act
Trust Fund
State Board of Independ-
ent Post-Secondary Vo-
cational, Technical,
Trade and Business
Schools Trust Fund
Provided, however, such
transfers shall be made
to categories of appro-
priation similar in pur-
pose to the category of
appropriation from
which transferred.
Office of Deputy Commission-
er for Educational Manage-
ment
295 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund .------
From General Trust
Fund.
296 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From General Trust
Fund -------.
297 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..---.--
From General Trust
Fund ------
298 Grants and Aids
School District and
Community College-
Fixed Capital Outlay
From School District
and Junior College
District Capital
Outlay and Debt
Service Trust Fund
Notwithstanding Sec-
tion 230.765, Florida
Statutes, Community
Instructional Services
FTE students shall not
be included when de-
termining the number
of CO & DS instruc-
tional units for com-
munity colleges for dis-
tribution of funds ap-
propriated in Item 298.



99



952,437




21,552



367,183



299 Grants and Aids
Community Instruc-
tional Services
From General Reve-
nue Fund
Provided, however, the
commissioner shall de-
velop and administer
procedures for the eq-
uitable distribution of
these funds to the
school districts and
community colleges for
the support of educa-
tional activities, cours-
es, and programs based
on significant commu-
nity problems related
to: the environment,
health, safety, human
relations, government,
child rearing, and con-
sumer economics. The
distribution of funds
shall consider the pro-
posed request submit-
ted by the educational
agency, the need for
courses, the population
to be served, any exist-
ing or potential dupli-
cation of effort, the es-
timated cost of the
courses and appropri-
ate student fees. Pri-
ority shall be given
to those community
instructional services
programs that include
arrangements for the
cooperative use of fa-
cilities and resources
of other public or pri-
vate institutions, agen-
cies and organizations.
The distribution of
funds shall account for
a basic allotment to
each of the 28 coordi-
874,673 nating councils for
vocational education,
adult general education
and community in-
structional services re-
gions amounting to
490,349 $15,000. In addition to
the basic allotment,
each region's alloca-
tion shall be calculated
on an amount which is
273,026 equitably based on the
most up-to-date census
count of the adult citi-
zens 18 years of age
and older who reside in
the respective coordi-
nating council regions.
Provided, however, no
district shall receive
64,213,174 less than the 1976-77
allocation.
300 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund .---. .
From General Trust
Fund -... .
300A Special Categories
Educational Resources
Computing Project
From General Reve-
nue Fund .



3,271,661



























































5,321



11,585



530,000



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Item



Positions
$



Provided, however, the
funds appropriated in
Item 300A shall be
used for a central co-
ordination project staff
to implement and plan
for equitable distribu-
tion of computing serv-
ices prepared pursu-
ant to Section 229.555
(2) (A), Florida Stat-
utes. Regional comput-
ing projects shall be
supported by this proj-
ect. It is the intent of
the legislature that
this appropriation shall
support the first phase
of a three-year project.
Expenditures from this
appropriation shall not
require the approval of
the Department of
General Services.
300B Special Categories
Career Education Plan-
ning
From General Reve-
nue Fund --- ---
From General Trust
Fund --__---
Provided, the expendi-
ture in Item 300B is
contingent upon the re-
ceipt of $100,000 in fed-
eral funds for career
education planning ac-
tivities.
301 Debt Service
From Public Educa-
tion Capital Out-
lay and Debt Serv-
ice Trust Fund --
302 Deleted
Office of Deputy Commis-
sioner for Administration
303 Salaries and Bene-
fits ----- ...- ...-- ..-
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----......
304 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund .----.
From Educational
Aids Trust Fund
305 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---..-
306 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
307 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ......
From General Trust
Fund
Office of Deputy Commis-
sioner for Special Programs
308 Salaries and Bene-
fits -.. ...- ...........
From General Reve-
nue Fund ........
From General Trust
Fund .......... ..
309 Other Personal Serv-
ices



Amount
$



25,000



114



1,460,631


13,685



413,519


14,421


469,913



112



687,457



Item



Positions
$



From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From General Trust
Fund ----- ----
310 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From General Trust
Fund ------ -- -
311 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund --.---.-
From General Trust
Fund -.---.- -
312 Special Categories
Public Broadcasting
From General Reve-
nue Fund --....-..
Provided, however, the
allocation shall be as
follows: $294,000 for
statewide, government-
al affairs and cultural
affairs programming;
$3,732,750 for pro-
gramming support
grants and equipment
matching funds for
public television and
100,000 radio stations, how-
ever, radio stations
shall not receive less
than $156,750. Radio
stations to share the
grants are WKGC-
F.M., Panama City;
WFSU-F.M., Tallahas-
see; WJCT-F.M., Jack-
sonville; WUSF-F.M.,
Tampa; WHRS-F.M.,
Boynton Beach; and
8,640,023 WLRN-F.M., Miami.
In accordance with sec-
tion 287.25, Florida
Statutes, the Depart-
ment of General Serv-
ices shall, on or before
August 1, 1977, take
custody and control
and shall assume man-
agement responsibility
of existing state owned
communications equip-
ment and facilities in
the Capitol Technical
51,487 Center. Program re-
sponsibility shall re-
main with the Depart-
ment of Education.
313 Deleted
313A Special Categories
Instructional Tele-
vision Program
Acquisition
From General Reve-
nue Fund --...
313B Special Categories
Instructional Tele-
476299 vision Equipment
46,22 Grants
From General Reve-
nue Fund -.......
Provided, however,
these funds shall be
used to assist school
districts and communi-
ty colleges in purchas-
ing Operating Capital
648,970 Outlay for instruc-
tional television and
radio distribution sys-



Amount


81,805



381,551



29,497



241,218



125,601



4,971



4,026,750








































175,000




200,000



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Item



Positions
$



teams. Grants shall be
allocated on a match-
ing basis, and coopera-
tive projects involv-
ing more than one
school district or com-
munity college are en-
couraged. The maxi-
mum allocation to any
one school district or
community college
shall not exceed 25%
of the appropriation.
314 Financial Assistance
Payments
Seminole Indian Schol-
arships
From General Reve-
nue Fund --.--
315 Financial Assistance
Payments
Exceptional Child
Scholarships
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----- .
316 Financial Assistance
Payments
Children of Deceased
and Disabled Veterans
Scholarships
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
317 Financial Assistance
Payments
Florida Student As-
sistance Grants
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Educational Aids
Trust Fund
Provided, that grants
made to students ap-
plying for the first
time shall be available
only to students who
have been residents of
the State of Florida
for one year prior to
their entrance into the
institution where they
are requesting the
grant.
318 Financial Assistance
Payments
Confederate Memorial
Scholarships
From Ex-Con-
federate Soldiers
and Sailors En-
dowment Trust
Fund --------
319 Financial Assistance
Payments
Florida Student Loans
From Student Finan-
cial Aid Trust
Fund ---------
320 Financial Assistance
Payments
Florida Insured Stu-
dent Loans
From Florida In-
sured Student
Loan Trust Fund -
321 Debt Service
From Florida In-
sured Student
Loan Trust Fund
Provided, that any
available funds in the
Professional Practices
Council Trust Fund



Amount
$



4,800




175,000





50,000




6,500,000



Item Positions
$
may be used to support
activities of the Teach-
er Certification Pro-
gram.
322 Deleted



Projects, Contracts, and
Grants
323 Salaries and Benefits -_
From Projects, Con-
tracts, and Grants
Trust Fund
324 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Projects, Con-
tracts, and Grants
Trust Fund ..........---
325 Expenses
From Projects, Con-
tracts, and Grants
Trust Fund
326 Grants and Aids
Alcohol Education
Project
From Projects, Con-
tracts, and Grants
Trust Fund ---
327 Grants and Aids
Florida Research and
Development Utiliza-
tion Project
From Projects, Con-
tracts, and Grants
Trust Fund -----
328 Grants and Aids
Comprehensive Health
Demonstration Model
From Projects, Con-
tracts, and Grants
Trust Fund --------
1,800,000 329 Grants and Aids
Youth Conservation
Corps
From Projects, Con-
tracts, and Grants
Trust Fund ---.-
330 Grants and Aids
Deaf/Blind Project
From Projects, Con-
tracts, and Grants
Trust Fund ----.-
331 Grants and Aids
Articulation Project/
Universities
From Projects, Con-
tracts, and Grants
Trust Fund -
332 Grants and Aids
Bilingual Technical-
Assistance/Universi-
ties
4,000 From Projects, Con-
tracts, and Grants
Trust Fund --.....
333 Grants and Aids
Handicapped Teacher
Education-Staff
1,800,000 Training/Universities
From Projects, Con-
tracts, and Grants
Trust Fund
334 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Projects, Con-
15,000,000 tracts, and Grants
Trust Fund .--.
335 Lump Sum
Metric System Project
2,857,565 From Projects, Con-
tracts, and Grants
Trust Fund ..
386 Data Processing Serv-
ices



55



741,806



215,394


1,077,150




15,000





200,000




98,249




100,000



231,000




390,000





165,764





88,083



8,752



25,000



Amount
$



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Item



Positions
$



From Projects, Con-
tracts, and Grants
Trust Fund ----
Office of Blind Services
337 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -- _--.-
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ---- ---.--..
From U.S. Trust
Fund --- ..-..
From Federal Rehabili-
tation Trust Fund
338 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund
From U.S. Trust
Fund --------...
From Federal Rehabili-
tation Trust Fund
339 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund --- --
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund -------.-
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund ---
From U.S. Trust
Fund
From Federal Rehabili-
tation Trust Fund
From Training and
Operating Trust
Fund .--------
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
X X -- - . .-- -
340 Grants and Aids
Community Rehabilita-
tion Facilities
From Workshop and
Facilities Trust
Fund --------
341 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund --------
From U.S. Trust
Fund _--------
From Federal Rehabili-
tation Trust Fund
342 Food Products
From Federal Re-
habilitation Trust
Fund ---..----
343 Special Categories
Client Services
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..
From Federal Re-
habilitation Trust
Fund ..... ..
344 Special Categories
Retirement Matching
From General Reve-
nue Fund ....
345 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund .
From U.S. Trust
Fund --. .



Amount
$



15,700



320



1,067,455



38,219
257,241
2,032,377



22,875



64,964
2,000
21,353



528,272



26,581
166,701
960,073
495,726

372,706

1,058,287




544,569



21,298



21,898
1,459
23,970


31,977



640,196



1,533,804



138,554


21,661



7,500



Item

From Federal Re-
habilitation Trust
Fund -..---.- ---

Public Schools, Division of
346 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -
From General Trust
Fund -- ..--.
347 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -.--.-
From General Trust
Fund -- .- ----
348 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----.-
From General Trust
Fund --- .---..
349 Grants and Aids
Florida Educational
Finance Program
From General Reve-
nue Fund --.--
From Principal
State School Trust
Fund -.--.-
From Interest State
School Trust Fund
From Federal Reve-
nue Sharing Fund
The Base Student Al-
location is $827.00.
The following are the
weighted FTE Pro-
gram Caps:
Special Programs for
exceptional students
-222,301 weighted
FTE; special voca-
tional-technical
programs-336,575
weighted FTE;
Adult Basic Educa-
tion and Adult High
School Education-
35,759 weighted
FTEI; and Com-
munity Services Pro-
grams-0 weighted
FTE.
The required local ef-
fort shall be 6.4 mills
on the Official Final
Tax Roll.
An amount of $120 for
each post-secondary
vocational unweighted
FTE shall be added to
and made a part of
the local required ef-
fort of each district.
Provided, further, that
the Department of
Education during fis-
cal year 1977-78 shall
make a study of the
fee structure in occu-
pational or vocational
programs in Commun-
ity Colleges and school
districts to determine
the relationship of the
fee structure to the
students' financial ca-
pability. The Depart-
ment of Education



shall report the re-
sults of the study to
the Legislature no



Positions
$



Amount
$



44,661



248



2,687,904



1,394,550



108,414



508,823



554,562



1,073,751



994,332,558



4,000,000
2,000,000
73,000,000



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Positions
$
later than February 1,
1978.
Provided, however, that
$6,000,000 of the FEFP
funds allocated to vo-
cational education is
provided for and shall
be spent only for vo-
cational equipment.
These funds shall be
allocated on a weight-
ed vocational FTE
basis.
Provided, that in the
event interest from the
state school trust fund
in the above appropri-
ation exceeds the funds
available from such
fund, the shortage shall
be made up from the
principal of the state
school trust fund.
The district cost dif-
ferentials used to cal-
culate each district's
allocation of the funds
appropriated in Item
349 for 1977-78 shall
be a three year mov-
ing average for each
district.
In the allocation of the
FEFP, each district
shall be guaranteed a
minimum increase of
10% in total potential
funding per unweight-
ed FTE for 1977-78
over the total funding
available per unweight-
ed FTE in 1976-77.
Total potential fund-
ing shall include the
1977-78 state allocation
for current operation
as provided in Section
236.081(7) (a), F.S., ex-
clusive of all categori-
cal programs, post-
secondary vocational
fees, and the calculat-
ed yield of 8 mills as
applied to 95% of the
1977 official final tax
roll as defined in Sec.
tion 236.081(5) (a) 2.,
F.S. for school pur-
poses. Total funding
available in 1976-77
shall include the 1976-
77 allocation for cur-
rent operation as pro-
081(7) (a), Florida
Statutes, exclusive of
all categorical pro-
grams, and the cal-
culated yield of the
actual nonvoted mill-
age levied in 1976-
77 on 95% of the 1976
tax roll as defined in
Section 236.081(5) (a)
2., Florida Statutes,
for school purposes.
Provided, further, that
a new program of pro-
foundly handicapped
shall be created in
special programs for



exceptional students.
The Department of
Education shall create



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



a program cost factor
of 4.95 for profoundly
handicapped. Weighted
FTE's for exceptional
students may be earned
by residents of Sun-
land centers and men-
tal health institutions
whose education is pro-
vided by public school
programs. The expend-
iture of FEFP funds
which are generated
for this purpose shall
be evaluated pursuant
to Section 229.565,
Florida Statutes.
350 Grants and Aids
Student transportation
From General Rev-
nue Fund -----
Provided, however,
that $100,000 in state
funds for the imple-
mentation of school bus
transportation pilot
projects pursuant to
section 236.083(9),
Florida Statutes, shall
be subtracted from the
total student transpor-
tation funds available
to the districts prior
to their allocation as
determined in section
236.083(7), Florida
Statutes, for fiscal
year 1977-78. In addi-
tion, any unallocated
or undistributed funds
which were intended
for the support of such
pilot projects in fiscal
years 1975-76 and
1976-77 shall carry
forward and be made
available for this pur-
pose in fiscal year
1977-78.
Provided, further, that
from the funds appro-
priated in Item 350,
the commissioner is
authorized to allocate
up to $200,000 to con-
tract for a project to
determine the most ef-
ficient method of plan-
ning school bus routes
"and schedules. The
commissioner shall re-
port the results of the
project to the legis-
lature on or before
March 15, 1978.
Diagnostic and Re-
source Centers
From General Reve-
nue Fund
352 Deleted
353 Grants and Aids
Community School
Program
From General Reve-
nue Fund
354 Grants and Aids
School Lunch Program
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..
From Food and Nu-
trition Services



Amount
$

















43,198,855








































620,100




1,800,000


3,953,239



Trust Fund .....- --.-



57



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58



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Positions
$



To the extent that
state funds are re-
quired to match Fed-
eral School Food and
Nutrition Program
Funds, such amount is
included in the state
funds appropriated in
Item 349 for the FEFP
and the first funds ex-
pended by each school
district for the support
of the school food and
nutrition programs in
1977-78 are deemed to
be state funds.
General Revenue
Funds provided in Item
354 shall be distributed
to districts in a man-
ner to comply with re-
quirements for state
matching under the
Federal School Lunch
Program, notwith-
standing section 228.-
195(4), Florida Stat-
utes.
355 Deleted
355A Grants and Aids
State Compensatory
Education Supplement
From General Reve-
nue Fund
Funding for compen-
satory education is
contingent upon pas-
sage of substantive
legislation.
356 Deleted
356A Grants and Aids
School Volunteer Pro-
gram
From General Reve-
nue Fund --.----
Funds appropriated in
Item 356A are to sup-
port new and continu-
ing school volunteer
programs. Districts
shall provide funds for
the program on at least
an equal matching ba-
sis. Prior to the distri-
bution of these funds
each school district
shall submit a plan of
volunteer activities to
the Department of Ed-
ucation. Districts may
use these funds for any
purposes used to di-
rectly support volun-
teer activities as de-
scribed in their plan.
The allocation of the
appropriation shall be
as follows:
Districts with 200 or
more schools--$18,-
000;
Districts with 100-
199 schools-$12,000;
Districts with 50-99
schools-$6,000;
Districts with 10-49
schools-$3,000; and
Districts with 9 or
less schools-$1,500.
357 Grants and Aids
Comprehensive Health



Amount
$



10,000,000









241,500



Item



Positions
$



Education Program
From General Reve-
nue Fund -------
358 Grants and Aids
Instructional Materials
From General Reve-
nue Fund -- ---
Provided, however, the
allocation of this ap-
propriation shall not
include funds for in-
structional materials
for adult students in
vocational education
programs.
From the amount ap-
propriated in Item 358,
$35,000 shall be ex-
pended for instruction-
al materials for use by
partially sighted pupils
as provided for in Sec-
tion 233.49, Florida
Statutes.
Provided, further, the
Department of Educa-
tion shall recompute
and adjust the 1976-77
district allocations for
instructional materials
based on actual mem-
bership data and in-
clude any such adjust-
ments in allocations
made from this ap-
propriation.
359 Grants and Aids
District Environmental
Education Program
From iGeneral Reve-
nue Fund ------
360 Grants and Aids
Federal Grants and
Aids
From Educational
Aids Trust Fund
Provided, carry for-
ward funds included in
Item 360 shall be used
by the Department of
Education to continue
on going federally
funded exceptional
child programs.
361 Grants and Aids
Student Development
Services
From General Reve-
nue Fund -
362 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From General Trust
Fund ----.---.-
363 Special Categories
Instructional Materials
Management
From General Reve-
nue Fund .....
364 Special Categories
Management Informa-
tion Systems Council
From General Reve-
nue Fund ,
365 Special Categories
Student Assessment
and Evaluation
From General Reve-
nue Fund .. ..
From Educational
Aids Thrust Fund ....



June 16, 1977



Amount
$


961,700


14,475,032




























270,954



133,838,199



15,865,295


14,042





142,992



24,778



518,724



476,909










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Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



Provided, that the
State Board of Educa-
tion may, upon the rec-
ommendation of the
Commissioner of Edu-
cation, enter into a
contract for Phase Two
of the State Assess-
ment Program to be
paid from funds appro-
priated for state as-
sessment by the Legis-
lature in 1978-79. It is
the intent that the
State Assessment Pro-
gram bn continued. Ap-
propriations made in
Item 365 are for the
purposes of providing
for the development
and operation of the
State Assessment Pro-
gram Plan as presented
to the Legislature.
366 Special Categories
Teacher Evaluation
Advisory Council
From General Trust
Fund --- .
367 Special Categories
School Volunteers Ad-
visory Council
From General Trust
Fund
367A Special Categories
Visually Handicapped
Resources
From General Reve-
nue Fund -
367B Special Categories
Public Schools-Com-
mon Software Applica-
tions
From General Reve-
nue Fund .-.---.
Provided, however, that
the funds appropriated
in Item 367B shall be
used to acquire proven
software products, sub-
sequent maintenance
and implementation
support for school dis-
tricts from either pri-
vate or public organi-
zations. The common
applications shall ad-
dress district opera-
tional control, mana-
gerial control, planning
and state reporting ad-
ministrative activities
and may address dis-
trict operational con-
trol, managerial con-
trol, planning and state
reportim' administra-
tive activities and may
address instructional
computing uses as fea-
sible. The common ap-
plications shall reside
at the regional comput-
ing service centers as
defined in the plan for
equitable distribution
of computing services
for school districts and
shall consider common
applications sharing
with community col-
leges and universities



145,445




595,000



where feasible. It is the
intent of the Legisla-
ture that this appro-
priations shall support
the first phase of a
three-year project. EX-
penditures from this
appropriation shall not
require the approval of
the Department of
General Services.
368 Deleted
Vocational Education, Divi-
sion of
369 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------.
From General Trust
Fund --------
370 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Trust
Fund ------- --.
371 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From General Trust
60 ((AFund --------------
6,064 372 Grants and Aids
Federal Flow-Through
Funds
From Educational
Aids Trust Fund
24,500 From Comprehen-
sive Employment
Training Act
Trust Fund
Provided, however,
from the funds appro-
priated in Item 372,
that $6,200,000 Fed-
eral Vocational funds
shall be used to re-
place or update Voca-
tional Educational
Program equipment.
Provided, further, from
the funds appropriated
in Item 372, the Divi-
sion of Vocational Ed-
ucation shall give con-
sideration to funding
requests for economi-
cally disadvantaged
post-secondary stu-
dents to attend voca-
tional preparatory pro-
grams from the funds
set aside for disad-
vantaged students in
public law 94-482.
373 Deleted
374 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Trust
Fund -..-...
374A Special Categories
Vocational Manage-
ment Information Sys-
tems
From General Reve-
nue Fund .......
From Educational
Aids Trust Fund
375 Deleted
Community Colleges,
Division of
376 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ....



144



481,891



193,914



2,048,884


137,941



884,514



29,977,507


3,502,302
























4,563



58,500



234,000



35



632,254



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Item



Positions
$



377 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Community
College Confer-
ence Trust Fund
378 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
379 Grants and Aids
Community Colleges
Program Fund
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
It is the intent that
this appropriation shall
apply to an assigned
enrollment of no more
than 170,646 FTE stu-
dents for funding pur-
poses.
Provided, however, that
in the allocation of
this appropriation a
deduction for student
fees of $360 per FTE
be applied to advanced
and professional, oc-
cupational-credit and
compensatory pro-
grams. A deduction of
"$120 per FTE shall be
applied to occupational-
non-credit programs.
Provided, further, that
no deduction for stu-
dent fees shall be ap-
plied to adult elemen-
tary and secondary
programs or to any
FTE's generated by
high school students.
Provided, that the di-
vision of community
colleges shall have au-
thority to distribute
the above funds in 12
unequal installments as
may be necessary to
provide for the resolu-
tion of any cash flow
problems in the com-
munity college sys-
tem.
The Department of
Education shall have
authority to use up to
2% of the appropria-
tion to provide adjust-
ments in accordance
with rules of the State
Board of Education
where necessary to
maintain financial sta-
bility of the colleges.
No funds shall be al-
located from Item 379
for students in com-
munity instructional
services programs.
No funds appropriated
herein shall be allo-
cated for transporta-
tion of students as
provided in Section
230.767(2), Florida
Statutes.
380 Grants and Aids
St. Johns Community
College-Florida



Amount
$



20,204




224,036



179,314,348



Item

School of Arts
From General Reve-
nue Fund .---------
381 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
295,00 nue Fund .------
2,5u00 382 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund .-
Florida School for the Deaf
and the Blind
383 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ---- -.-.
384 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ....--
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ----- --------- .
385 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ---- -- ...
386 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund --.-.---.--
387 Food Products
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund --.-.-----. -
388 Special Categories
Talladega Deaf/Blind
Program
From General Reve-
nue Fund .
388A Special Categories
Teacher Education
From General Reve-
nue Fund -- ---
Funds provided in
Item 388A shall be
used for the direct
support of non-credit
teacher education ac-
tivities.
Knott Data Center
389 Salaries and Benefits
From Working Cap-
ital Trust Fund __
390 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Working Cap-
ital Trust Fund
391 Expenses
From Working Cap-
ital Trust Fund _
392 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Working Cap-
ital Trust Fund _
393 Special Categories
Overtime
From Working Cap-
ital Trust Fund



Provided, that the pro-
ductivity adjustments



Positions
$



Amount
$



66,488


1,762


1,857



481



4,400,788



558,697



41,005



12,700



772,531



50,107



93,991



29,337



220,096



126,000



58,400


4,000



56



718,441


5,760

372,495


4,541


6,000



60



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parable responsibilities
based on assigned FTE
student enrollment and
other specifically as-
signed tasks. Re-
sources allocated to a



Item



Amount
$



Item Positions

in the Department of
Education shall re-
place the provision in
Item 369 of the 1976-
"77 Appropriations Act
requiring the reduction
of 11 positions by June
30, 1977.
Universities, Division of
Educational and General Ac-
tivities
For allocation by the
Division of Universi-
ties to the following in-
stitutions for the edu-
cational and general
activities: University
of Florida, Florida
State University, Flor-
ida A & M University,
University of South
Florida, Florida At-
lantic University, Uni-
versity of West Flori-
ida, Florida Techno-
logical University,
Florida International
University, and Uni-
versity of North Flor-
ida.
394 Salaries and Benefits 11,346
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From Incidental
Trust Fund --.
395 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund --------
396 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---.-..-
397 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund --.----
398 Lump Sum
Star Program
From General Reve-
nue Fund
399 Lump Sum
North Miami Campus 96
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
399A Lump Sum
FIU--Water Quality
Program
From General Reve-
nue Fund
400 Deleted
400A Lump Sum
Program in Medical
Sciences
From General Reve-
nue Fund ....
400B Lump Sum
Law School Supple-
ments 1
From General Reve-
nue Fund .-..
400C Lump Sum
SUS-Teacher Educa-
tion centers _.------ 59
From General Reve-
nue Fund .-.
The Board of Regents
shall allocate compar-
able resources for com-



64,630,171



14,266,920

40,868,545


12,326,705


505,916


1,965,255



300,000




307,727



400,000



1,335,116



June .16, 1977



Law School to fund the
tax curriculum and
$150,000 and one (1)
position shall be allo-



Amount
$



Positions
$
university to serve as-
signed student enroll-
ments shall not be
withdrawn during the
fiscal year due to ac-
tual enrollments fall-
ing below assigned en-
rollments.
It is the intent of the
legislature that the or-
der of priority for pro-
viding resources for
programs in the State
University System
shall be as follows:
1. Upper level under-
graduate
2. Lower level under-
graduate
3. Master's level
graduate
4. Doctoral level
graduate
5. All remaining pro-
grams
It is further the in-
tent of the Legislature
that adequate resources
shall be provided to in-
sure high quality in
each program begin-
ning with the first
priority program and
proceeding through
each next highest pri-
ority program to the
extent that resources
are available. It is fur-
ther the intent of the
Legislature that the
Board of Regents shall
continue to allocate the
resources appropriated
to the State University
System among the var-
ious universities in
such a manner as to
fulfill the priorities
established by the
Legislature.
Funds provided in
Item 396 include no
more than $.55 per
1,000 gallons for pay-
ment to the City of
Gainesville for water
provided to the Uni-
versity of Florida.
Upon approval of pro-
jects related to the
funds appropriated in
Item 398 for mission
oriented research and
public service, the
Board of Regents may
allocate to a grants
and donations trust
fund the amounts nec-
essary to fund such
projects. All alloca-
tions related to each
project shall include
the full amount ap-
proved for such proj-
ect.
From the funds pro-
vided in Item 400B,
$250,000 shall be allo-
cated as a supplement-
al allocation to the UF



129,631,805



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Item



and FSU Law School.
It is the legislative in-
tent that the above
law school appropria-



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$
cated to the FSU Law
School to fund the clin-
ical and practice cur-
riculum and under-
graduate law courses.
It is Legislative in-
tent that the above
law school appropria-
tions are supplemental
and shall not be used
to replace funds nor-
mally generated.
Funds provided in Item
400C shall be used for
the direct support of
non-credit activities in
teacher education cen-
ters as provided in Sec-
tion 231.610(1), F.S.
The Board of Regents
shall allocate and the
universities shall use at
least the above amount
for this purpose and
such amount shall be
considered as the equiv-
alent of 742 under-
graduate FTE students.
Provided, that new
undergraduate enroll-
ments in programs for
teacher education shall
be limited until there
are no more than 10,-
462 full-time equivalent
students; provided, fur-
ther, that the mission
of the colleges of ed-
ucation shall move
from the primary pro-
gram of pre-service
teacher training to in-
clude an emphasis on
providing a program
of extension and in-
service training for in-
structional and other
school staff through-
out their career.
The Board of Regents
shall allocate $1,000,-
000 of the funds appro-
priated to the solar en-
ergy center at Cape Ca-
naveral: $3,500 to pho-
tographic archives at
FSU, and $25,000 shall
be allocated by the
Board of Regents to
the Mote Marine Lab-
oratory for the red
tide research program.
Pursuant to Section
241.74, F.S., $100,000
shall be allocated for
planning and imple-
menting the authorized
school of optometry,
$165,000 for the pur-
chase of law books at
FSU Law School and
$165,000 for the pur-
chase of law books at
UF Law School which
shall be equally match-
ed by each university,
and $275,000 shall be
allocated as a supple-
mental allocation to
the UF Law School



pated decreases exceed
5% of the total appro-
priated revenues; then
a reduction may be



Positions
$
tions are supplemental
and shall not be used
to replace funds nor-
mally generated.
The appropriation here-
in to the Board of Re-
gents for the 1977-78
fiscal year includes the
1977 summer session.
From funds provided to
the laboratory schools
in Items 394-397, the
Board of Regents shall
allocate to the four
laboratory schools for
instructional purposes
the base student allo-
cation per weighted
FTE student, plus the
estimated statewide av-
erage from additional
local effort as used by
the Legislature in cal-
culating the Florida
Education finance pro-
gram for the 1977-78
school year. The re-
maining funds appro-
priated for laboratory
school research shall
be allocated to the
nine colleges of educa-
tion.
From the funds appro-
priated in Items 394-
397, the Board of Re-
gents shall allocate to
the external degree
program of the Flor-
ida International Uni-
versity no less than
current year funding,
plus salary and infla-
tionary adjustments as
appropriated by the
Legislature.
From the funds includ-
ed in Items 394-397,
the Board of Regents
shall allocate to the
universities, as a min-
imum, all amounts ap-
propriated for libraries
and university presi-
dents shall include, as
a minimum, all such
amounts in the 1977-
78 university educa-
tion and general op-
erating budget. The
appropriated amounts
for libraries included
in the allocation by the
Board of Regents and
in the operating budg-
ets of the universities
may not be expended
for any other pur-
pose. If, subsequently,
events indicate that
1977-78 revenues to the
education and general
budget will be less
than that appropriated,
the amount included in
the appropriation for
book acquisitions, and
periodicals, etc., may
not be reduced unless
and until such antici-



Amount
?



62



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Item Positions
$
made in the amount
appropriated for books,
etc., but only on a pro
rata basis. Notwith-
standing Section 216.-
292(2) (a), and in ac-
cordance with 216.-
351, F.S. It is leg-
islative intent that, if
funds for the purchase
of additional books,
periodicals, etc., be-
come available from
the public education
capital outlay and debt
service trust fund, ex-
penditures necessary to
purchase, catalog, and
shelve such additional
acquisitions may be
made from the regular
appropriation, includ-
ing amounts for li-
brary books.
Funds provided in Item
394 for conversion of
graduate assistants to
regular faculty posi-
tions shall not be used
for salary adjustments.
The Board of Regents
shall give first prior-
ity in the allocation of
the above positions to
the four upper level
institutions.
It is the intent that
startup funds for the
North Miami Campus
at FIU included in
Item 399 shall be re-
duced approximately
331%% each year. Pro-
vided, further, the
state university system
shall not transfer funds
from other universities
to replace the start-
up funds for the North
Miami campus.
Provided, further, the
state university system
and the Department of
Environmental Regula-
tion and the water
management districts
shall reach a coopera-
tive agreement on the
expenditure of research
funds in the area of
water quality research.
Provided, however, no
funds appropriated in
Items 394 through 400C
shall be used to pur-
chase new or existing
residence for any em-
ployee of the state uni-
versity system.
Provided, however,
^50.000 anppropriated
in Items 394 through
397 shall be used to
continue the program
of the center for labor
research and studies
at Florida Interna-
tional University.
Institute of Food and Agri-
cultural Sciences



401 Salaries and Benefits 2,021
From General Reve-
nue Fund --.----



Amount
$



Item



From Experiment
Station Federal
Grant Trust Fund
From Extension
Service Federal
Grant Trust Fund
402 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund --
From Extension
Service Incidental
Trust Fund ----
From Experiment
Station Federal
Grant Trust Fund
From Extension
Service Federal
Grant Trust Fund
403 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..-----
From Experiment
Station Incidental
Trust Fund
From Extension
Service Incidental
Trust Fund ---- .
From Experiment
Station Federal
Grant Trust Fund
From Extension
Service Federal
Grant Trust Fund
404 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Extension
Service Incidental
Trust Fund
From Experiment
Station Federal
Grant Trust Fund
From Extension
Service Federal
Grant Trust Fund
Provided, however, a
detailed plan shall be
submitted to the House
Appropriations Com-
mittee and the Senate
Appropriations Com-
mittee detailing the in-
creased efficiency and
effectiveness of the
current research and
educational levels for
which funds were pro-
vided in Items 401, 402,
403 and 404.
Provided, that 4.45
FTE faculty positions
and 3.15 FTE career
service positions shall
be deleted from the
Agricultural Experi-
ment Stations' staff by
June 30, 1978.
Engineering Industrial Ex-
periment Station
405 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -...
From EIES Re-
search Contracts
Revolving Trust
Fund ... .
406 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund 10000



Positions
$



Amount
$



1,122,398

1,713,709



1,340,222



45,000

155,066

63,134



4,481,378



1,400,000

255,000

372,903

237,524



1,627,403



10,000

167,141

32,089



317



305,000



4,548,340



June 16, 1977



63



26,652,818



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Item

From EIES Re-
search Contracts
Revolving Trust
Fund ..------------------
407 Ekpenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---.-
From EIES Re-
search Contracts
Revolving Trust
Fund -------
408 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From EIES Re-
search Contracts
Revolving Trust
Fund -. ------
From the additional
funds provided for
Coastal and Oceano-
graphic Engineering,
not more than 10% or
$15,000, shall be spent
on a study to be con-
ducted jointly by the
Department of Natural
Resources and the
Board of Regents to
determine the effec-
tiveness of the Coastal
and Oceanographic
Engineering program
being conducted by the
University of Florida
Engineering and In-
dustrial Experiment
Station. A report shall
be submitted to the
Legislature regarding
the findings and rec-
ommendations, if any,
no later than Febru-
ary 1, 1978.
University of Florida Veter-
inary Medicine
409 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund .---------
410 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund .----,-
411 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -- ----
From Operation and
Maintenance Trust
Fund ----------------
412 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund .
It is the intent of
the Legislature that
weight shall be given
to applicants for vet-
erinary school whose
background and ex-
perience indicate a
preference toward the
practice of large ani-
mal husbandry in
sparsely populated
areas of the state.
University of South Florida
Medical Center
413 Salaries and Benefits
From General Rev-
enue Fund .-...
414 Other Personal Serv-



ices
From General Rev-
enue Fund .---...



Positions
$



Amount
$



880,000



159



2,176,446


160,657

815,731





323,934



468



8,205,930


597,725



Item



Positions
$



415 Expenses
From General Rev-
enue Fund ..--.--
2,855,726 From Operation and
Maintenance Trust
Fund ---- ---.-
From Medical Cen-
ter Professional
Medical Liability
Self Insurance
2,649,261 Trust Fund .---.-
416 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Rev-
enue Fund
416A Lump Sum
938,619 Hospital Planning
From General Rev-
enue Fund ...----
The study related to
hospital planning in
Item 416A shall be
conducted by inde-
pendent consultants
outside the state uni-
versity system.
Contracts and Grants
For allocation by the
Division of Universities
to the following insti-
tutions for contract
and grant activities:
University of Florida,
J. Hillis Miller Health
Center, Institute of
Food and Agricultural
Sciences, Florida State
University, Florida A
& M University, Uni-
versity of South Flor-
ida, Florida Atlantic
University, University
of West Florida, Flor-
ida Technological Uni-
versity, Florida In-
ternational University,
and University of North
Florida.
417 Salaries and Benefits
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund Sponsored
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund Non-spon-
sored ------- -
100,000 From IFAS-Exper-
1009000 iment Station
Grants and Dona-
tions Trust Fund
418 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund Non-spon-
sored ----..........
From IFAS-Experi-
ment Station
Grants and Dona-
tions Trust Fund -
419 Expenses
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund Non-spon-
sored .. .
From IFAS-Ex-
periment Station
Grants and Do-
nations Trust
Fund .. .
420 Grants and Aids
Educational Aid-
Federal



June 16, 1977



Amount
$


1,352,326



213,000



157,000



435,901


20,000



27,642,140


14,112,875


6,820,296



7,612,096


941,950



9,167,911



2,596,997



64









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Item

From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund-Non-Spon-
sored ------------- ---
421 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund-Non-Spon-
sored ---------
From IFAS-Ex-
periment Station
Grants and Do-
nations Trust
Fund -- ---
421A Special Categories
Labor Law Research
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund-Non-Spon-
sored ----..----
From the funds appro-
priated in Item 421A,
the Florida State Uni-
versity College of Law
shall conduct labor law
research and shall pro-
vide data and informa-
tion to the legislature
and to the executive
branch. Funds shall be
transferred from the
State Personnel Sys-
tem Trust Fund in the
Department of Admin-
istration to the Grants
and Donations Trust
Fund-Non-Sponsored.
Auxiliary Enterprises
For allocation by the
Division of Universi-
ties to the following
institutions for the
auxiliary enterprises
activities: University
of Florida, Florida
State University, Flor-
ida A & M University,
University of South
Florida, Florida Atlan-
tic University, Univer-
sity of West Florida,
Florida Technological
University, Florida In-
ternational University,
and University of
North Florida.
Persons engaged in
continuing education
activities, who are
otherwise employed on
a full time basis by the
state university sys-
tem, may be compen-
sated from funds gen-
erated from such activ-
ities at a level not to
exceed twenty percent
of their contracted sal-
ary rate. Such compen-
sation may be in addi-
tion to that provided
within the total ap-
proved salary rate for
the state university



system.
422 Salaries and Benefits
From Extension In-
cidental Trust
Fund --.--- ---.
From SUS-Auxilia-
ry Trust Fund ..



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Positions
$



Amount
$



3,106



Item



From SUS-Work-
ing Capital Trust
Funds ----------__
510,197 From SUS-Revenue
Certificate Trust
Funds -------
From SUS-Mobile
Home Unit Trust
Fund ------
2,894,308 423 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Extension In-
cidental Trust
Fund ......------
696,513 From SUS-Auxilia-
ry Trust Fund
From SUS-Work-
ing Capital Trust
Funds ..-------
From SUS-Revenue
47,000 Certificate Trust
Funds -- ---
From SUS-Mobile
Home Unit Trust
Fund -----
424 Expenses
From Extension In-
cidental Trust
Fund ------
From SUS-Auxil-
iary Trust Fund
From SUS-Work-
ing Capital Trust
Funds ---- .-
From SUS-Reve-
nue Certificate
Trust Funds -
From SUS-Mobile
Home Unit Trust
Fund ----
From SUS-Law
Review Trust
Fund ------------
425 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Extension In-
cidental Trust
Fund -----
From SUS-Auxil-
iary Trust Fund
From SUS-.-Work-
ing Capital Trust
Funds ----------
From SUS-Reve-
nue Certificate
Trust Funds --------
426 Debt Service
From SUS-Auxil-
iary Trust Fund --
From SUS-Reve-
nue Certificate
Trust Funds ---
General Office
427 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---------
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund -
From Facilities Con-
struction Adminis-
tration Trust
Fund -- --.
428 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund -...
From Facilities Con-
3,355,880 struction Adminis-
tration Trust



17,952,696 Fund -----------------



Positions
$



65



Amount
$



7,939,061

2,934,229

7,399



1,990,197
3,300,177

258,558

682,102

1,420


2,183,779
35,751,423

8,779,852

5,920,508

118,522

36,225



16,400
4,075,071

236,374

1,330,320

335,596

3,003,667



199



3,243,524



26,151


168,638



293,314



31,527


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Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



429 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund _-.----
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund --. .__--.
From Facilities Con-
struction Adminis-
tration Trust
Fund ---------
430 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund --- ----
430A Special Categories
Academic Program Re-
views
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---.--
431 Special Categories
Community Hospital
Education Program
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From the funds appro-
priated in Item 431,
$100,000 shall be allo-
"cated for establishing
a family practice resi-
dency program in Pen-
sacola.
432 Special Categories
Distribution to Uni-
versities
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund --------
From Racing Schol-
arship Trust Fund
From Student Finan-
cial Aid Trust
Fund----------
From General Stu-
dent Aid Fee Trust
Fund ---------
433 Special Categories
First Accredited Medi-
cal School
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
434 Special Categories
Regional Education
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
435 Special Categories
Southern Regional
Council on Mental
Health
"From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
436 Special Categories
Institute on Higher
Education
From General Reve-
nue Fund .
University of Florida Health
Center Educational and
General
437 Salaries and Benefits _
From General Reve-
nue Fund .. .
From Incidental
Trust Fund ....
From Liability In-
surance Trust
Fund ... .
438 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..



952,457








14,730






40,000



3,069,802



1,
1,



4,988,000


1,061,855




12,000



12,000



1,006



15,775,559



580,882



From Incidental
Trust Fund .....
From Liability In-
surance Trust
Fund .. .....-..- -
40,094 439 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..
From Incidental
30,872 Trust Fund --
From Liability In-
surance Trust
Fund --------
440 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
256 nue Fund
From Incidental
Trust Fund --.-
From Liability In-
surance Trust
Fund ----- ---- ------
University of Florida Teach-
ing Hospital and Allied
Clinics
441 Salaries and Benefits _
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Operation and
Maintenance Trust
Fund ..
442 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---
From Operation and
Maintenance Trust
Fund ----------
627,915 443 Expenses
From General Reve-
725,000 nue Fund ---
From Operation and
Maintenance Trust
500,000 Fund --.--.-..
444 Operating Capital Out-
lay
970,000 From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Operation and
Maintenance Trust
Fund -----------..
The academic and fac-
ulty positions included
in the Division of
Universities represent
man-years and are to
be utilized by the
Board of Regents to
maximize the services
rendered over all four
academic quarters.
Appropriations made
in Items 394, 395, 396,
397, 398, 399, 399A,
400A, 400B, 400C, 417,
418, 419, 420, 421,
421A, 422, 423, 424,
425, and 426, notwith-
standing the provi-
sions of Sections 216.-
292 and 216.351, Flor-
ida Statutes, may be
transferred upon re-
quest of the Division
131,248 of Universities to the
State Comptroller to
accounts established
60,170 for each budget entity
within the Division of
Universities for dis-
bursement purposes,
and upon release of



3,713,948



24,734

30,035



292,083

911,496



1,323,358



180,153

692



1,777



3,791,278



14,384,723



809,634



2,888,834



1,751,271



11,090,396



281,840



1,457,777



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Item

said appropriations by
the Department of Ad-
ministration.
From the funds appro-I
priated herein to the
Department of Educa-
tion, the School Dis-
tricts, the Community
Colleges, the State
Universities and the
Department of Educa-
tion shall give priority
to improving informa-
tion systems, with
specific emphasis on
common data defini-
tions and data han-
dling procedures which
will provide analyses
and reports utilizing
data from school dis-
tricts, Community Col-
leges or State Univer-
sities. Provided, fur-
ther, that such devel-
opment shall be car-
ried out through a cen-
trally coordinated and
supervised effort.
Provided, however, that
all monies appropriat-
ed herein to the De-
partment of Education
are conditional upon
each School District
Board, each Communi-
ty College Board of
Trustees and the Board
of Regents, securing
prior approval from
the Commissioner be-
fore purchasing or
leasing any electronic
data processing equip-
ment or software cost-
ing in excess of $6,000
in any 12-month peri-
od.
ENVIRONMENTAL REGU-
LATION, DEPARTMENT
OF
445 Salaries and Bene-
fits ..... -----------------. -
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----------
From Operating
Trust Fund -----
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund .- -. .----
446 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund .
From Operating
Trust Fund ...
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund -..... .. .
447 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---
From Licensing and
Permitting Trust
Fund ..... .... .
From Operating
Trust Fund -
From Grants and
Donations Trust



Fund -----
448 Grants and Aids
Aid to Water Manage-



Positions
$



Amount
?



611



6,644,592







120,987






1,757,862



Item



ment Districts-Fixed
Capital Outlay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
Provided, the funds ap-
propriated in Item 448
are to be allocated to
the districts as fol-
lows: St. Johns $500,-
"000; South Florida $1,-
500,000; and South-
west $2,262,800.
449 Grants and Aids
Aid to Water Manage-
"ment Districts-Opera-
tions
From General Reve-
nue Fund
Provided, the funds ap-
propriated in Item 449
are to be allocated to
the districts as fol-
lows: Northwest Flor-
ida, Suwannee River,
$500,000 each; St.
Johns, Southwest and
South Florida, $400,000
each. $10,000 is pro-
vided to hire a consult-
ant to develop a per-
formance audit format
for the districts. The
five districts shall des-
ignate one district to
serve as a contracting
agent for the purpose
of hiring such consult-
ant.
450 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From Operating
Trust Fund -----
451 Special Categories
U.S. Geological Survey
Co-op Agreements
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From U.S. Coopera-
tive Trust Fund
451A Special Categories
Water Resource Man-
agement
From Pollution Re-
covery Trust Fund
1,948,754 From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund
110,720 Provided, that the
funds appropriated in
Item 451A are to in-
clude projects at Lake
Apopka, Lake Jackson,
Bayou Chico, Bayou
73,350 Texar and Chumuckla
Water Shed.
452 Data Processing Serv-
9,481 ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Operating
Trust Fund



34,779
425,763



Ethics, Commission on
453 Lump Sum
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----



52,618 Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission, Florida
454 Salaries and Benefits



Positions
$



Amount
$



4,262,800











2,210,000




















156,533



47,654



148,000



30,000



882,627

558,500



272,831



8,924



8



214,708



672



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Item



Positions
$



From General Reve-
nue Fund ..-----
From State Game
Trust Fund ......
455 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From State Game
Trust Fund --
456 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----.-
From State Game
Trust Fund ......-
457 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---------
From State Game
Trust Fund ---- .
458 Special Categories
Management Area
Lease Payments
From State Game
Trust Fund ----
459 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund --- .-
From State Game
Trust Fund -..
GENERAL SERVICES,
DEPARTMENT OF
Office of the Executive Di-
rector and Division of Ad-
ministration
460 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund .-----
461 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
462 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----------
462A Lump Sum
Legal Services
From General Reve-
nue Fund --- .-
462B Lump Sum
Regional Office Cen-
ters
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..............
463 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---
Purchasing, Division of
464 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund .. .
465 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
466 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ....
467 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund --
468 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -. .-



Amount
$



2,750,860




5,555



687,068




552,348









5,761,



60



4



9



39



782,002


152,887


18,350


75,764



64,559


22,786



547,550


600

292,597


3,184


47,627



Item



Electronic Data Processing,
Division of
469 Salaries and Benefits
5,621,055 From General Reve-
nue Fund ----.....
From Working Cap-
ital Trust Fund .
470 Other Personal Serv-
ices
181,290 ^From General Reve-
nue Fund ---- .-.
From Working Cap-
ital Trust Fund -
3,609,006 471 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund .-----.
From Working Cap-
ital Trust Fund -.
472 Operating Capital Out-
542,393 lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Working Cap-
ital Trust Fund .
321,000 473 Lump Sum
Transfer to Working
Capital Trust Fund
From General Reve-
nue Fund .----.
474 Data Processing Serv-
60,825 ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -------

Building Construction and
Property Management, Divi-
sion of
475 Salaries and Benefits
From Architects In-
cidental Trust
Fund --- ..-..--..-
From Supervision
Trust Fund -----
From Capitol Center
Parking Trust Fund
476 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Architects In-
cidental Trust
Fund -...-- ..----
From Supervision
Trust Fund ----
477 Expenses
From Architects
Incidental Trust
Fund ---- ..-.--
From Supervision
Trust Fund -...
From Capitol Center
Parking Trust
Fund ------.- -
478 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Architects
Incidental Trust
Fund ..... .
From Supervision
Trust Fund ..
478A Lump Sum
Transfer to Supervi-
sion Trust Fund for
New Buildings
From General Reve-
nue Fund -.
478B Lump Sum
Transfer to Supervi-
sion Trust Fund
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---.--.....



Positions
$



Amount
?



270



476,985



2,847,411



1,000



81,382



13,900



3,035,767



3,000



13,425



1,477,625


10,477



387



849,063

2,909,908
34,692



18,760
12,255


167,698
4,659,524

72,314



10,579
33,091



153,593



6,607,036



68



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Positions
$



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



478C Lump Sum
Regional Office Cen-
ters
From Supervision
Trust Fund ----
Provided, however, the
Regional Office Cen-
ters shall be occupied
by the following de-
partments upon com-
pletion as follows:
Orange-Health & Re-
habilitative Services,
Offender Rehabilita-
tion, Education, Com-
merce, Banking & Fi-
nance, Professional &
Occupational Regula-
tion, Auditor General,
Public Service Com-
mission, Insurance &
Treasurer, Law En-
forcement, State, Gen-
eral Services; Palm
Beach-Banking & Fi-
nance, Commerce, Le-
gal Affairs, Educa-
tion, General Services,
Health & Rehabilita-
tive Services, Insur-
ance, Law Enforce-
ment, Offender Reha-
bilitation, Business
Regulation, Commun-
ity Affairs, Auditor
General, Revenue, Pub-
lic Service Commis-
sion; Dade-Banking &
Finance, Business Reg-,
ulation, Commerce,
Law Enforcement, Le-
gal Affairs, General
Services, Health & Re-
habilitative Services,
Transportation, Insur-
ance, Auditor General,
Offender Rehabilita-
tion, State; Escambia-
Agriculture, Banking
& Finance, Business
Regulation, Commerce,
Environmental Regu-
lation, General Serv-
ices, Health & Reha-
bilitative Services, In-
surance, Law Enforce-
ment, Offender Reha-
bilitation, Probation &
Parole, Public Service
Commission, Revenue,
State, Education, Audi-
tor General, Transpor-
tation; Broward-Busi-
ness Regulation, Com-
merce, Education, Gen-
eral Services, Health
& Rehabilitative Serv-
ices, Insurance, Reve-
nue, Auditor General,
and Transportation.
479 Debt Service
From Supervision
Trust Fund ...
480 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Architects
Incidental Trust
Fund ... .
From Supervision
Trust Fund ..
From Capitol Center
Parking Trust
Fund ...............



57



Security, Division of
481 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund .----
614,373 482 Deleted
483 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---- .
484 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
484A Lump Sum
Regional Office Cen-
ters ..--------
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
It is the intent of the
Legislature that the
Division of Security
shall not be designated
a state law enforce-
ment agency. The sole
purpose of the division
is to implement Chap-
ter 287.35, Florida
Statutes.



1,962,000



13,830
13,179

1,716



Motor Pool, Division of
485 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Motor Vehicle
Operating Trust
Fund -----
486 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Motor Vehicle
Operating Trust
Fund -------
487 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Motor Vehicle
Operating Trust
Fund
From Bureau of Air-
craft Trust Fund -
488 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..---
From Motor Vehicle
Operating Trust
Fund ---.---
From Bureau of Air-
craft Trust Fund
489 Data Processing Serv-
ices
"From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Motor Vehicle
Operating Trust
Fund--------
Provided, however, not-
withstanding Section
287.161, Florida Stat-
utes, the executive air-
craft pool shall consist
of five state-owned
S aircraft for the pur-
pose of furnishing ex-
ecutive air travel, and
the rate of charge
shall not be less than
12 cents per passenger
"mile. Also, $1,000,000
of the funds provided
in Item 488 above
shall be used for the



79



18



42



329,083



267,735



2,500



9,000



130,402



642,738
150,750



970,000



225,354

30,000



4,819



54,736



720,089


75,058


2,320



73,798



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Item



Positions
$
purchase of a jet air-
plane for the executive
aircraft pool. Top pri-
ority for the use of
the jet shall be for the
Governor's travel and
state economic devel-
opment purposes.



Surplus Property, Division of
490 Salaries and Benefits
From Surplus Prop-
erty Revolving
Trust Fund ---
From State Surplus
Property Working
Capital Trust
F und -- --- --
491 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From State Surplus
Property Working
Capital Trust
Fund --------------
492 Expenses
From Surplus Prop-
erty Revolving
Trust Fund --.
From State Surplus
Property Working
Capital Trust
Fund .--------..
493 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Surplus Prop-
erty Revolving
Trust Fund ----
From State Surplus
Property Working
Capital Trust
Fund --.-- -- --.
Bond Finance, Division of
494 Salaries and Benefits
From Revenue Bond
Fee Revolving
Trust Fund ..
495 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Revenue Bond
Fee Revolving
Trust Fund -
496 Expenses
From Revenue Bond
Fee Revolving
Trust Fund ---
497 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Revenue Bond
Fee Revolving
Trust Fund ----
Communications, Division of
498 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..---.-.
From Communica-
tions Working
Capital Trust
Fund -- ---.---..
From Communica-
tions Survey
Trust Fund --
499 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Communica-
tions Working
Capital Trust
Fund -. ..-.
From Communica-
tions Survey
Trust Fund .---...



Amount
$



71



8



53



492,211



Item



500 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Communica-
tions Working
Capital Trust
Fund ...
From Communica-
tions Survey Trust
Fund -- -----
501 Grants and Aids
Implementation of
"911" Systems after
593,305 July 1, 1976
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----- ...
From Communica-
46,496 tions Survey Trust
Fund --- -..---
502 Grants and Aids
Implementation of
"911" Systems prior to
July 1, 1976
200 From General Reve-
nue Fund ..-.--..-
503 Operating Capital Out-
lay
174,450 From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Communica-
tions Working
36,619 Capital Trust
Fund -.---
From Communica-
tions Survey Trust
Fund -- .
503A Lump Sum
4,600 Regional Office Cen-
ters -..-------.----
From Communica-
tions Working
350 Capital Trust
Fund --.. ---
504 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Communica-
138,414 tions Working
Capital Trust
Fund ----... ..-...-----
Governor, Office of the
General Office
222,500 505 Salaries and Bene-
fits
From General Reve-
184,202 nue Fund --..-.-
506 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund
1,500 507 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund .---
508 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund .
509 Special Categories
255,271 National Governor's
"25271 Conference
From General Reve-
62,022 nue Fund -.
510 Special Categories
Commission on Physi-
cal Fitness ..-. .
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..
3,000 511 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-



7,536 nue Fund _--...----



Positions
$



Amount
$



103,303



10,247,914

28,592



9,000



313,000



68,191


700



354

5,070



13



465,753




35,366



61



1,036,053


5,749


194,260


50,742



29,150



2



48,357


537



70'



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Item



Positions
$



512 Contingent-Discretion-
ary
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..----.
Operation of the
Governor's Mansion
513 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund .----
514 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---- .-
515 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
516 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..,-.-.--.-
517 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---
HEALTH AND REHABILI-
TATIVE SERVICES,
DEPARTMENT OF
Appropriations made
in Items 545-665, not-
withstanding the pro-
visions of Section 216.-
292, Florida Statutes,
may be transferred
upon the request of
the Department to the
State Comptroller to
accounts established
for each District or
Institution within the
respective budget enti-
ties for disbursement
purposes upon release
of said appropriations
by the Department of
Administration. Pro-
vided, however, such
transfers may only be
made to accounts sim-
ilar in purpose to the
category of appropria-
tion from which trans-
ferred.
Provided, further, that
positions and funds
appropriated in Items
531-665 may be trans-
ferred between budget
entities within the De.
apartment pursuant to
the request submitted
by the Department to
the Department of Ad-
ministration on March
30, 1977, upon review
of the Department of
Administration and the
House and Senate Ap-
propriations Commit-
tees and the approval
of the Department of
Administration.
Provided, however, that
the Department of
Health and Rehabilita-
tive Services shall uti-
lize to the greatest ex-
tent practical within
production capabilities,
the printing services
of the correctional



Amount
$



Item



25,000



9



82,682


900


52,349


300


107



Positions
$
work program of the
Department of Offend-
er Rehabilitation.
Provided, further, that
productivity adjust-
ments contemplated in
Items 518, 523, 531,
539, 545, 549 609, 620,
636, 644, 649, and 663
shall be taken within
the budget entities
prescribed. However,
the Department may
use discretion in ap-
plying these reduc-
tions between the pro-
gram components.
Provided, further, that
in order to ensure ap-
propriate placement ef-
forts and opportunities,
any employee of the
Department of Health
and Rehabilitative
Services whose position
is abolished as a result
of productivity adjust-
ments shall be retained
at the same level of
compensation for 90
days after notification
of such abolishment or
until such employee se-
cures other placement
or employment, which-
ever should first occur.
Employees whose posi-
tions are abolished or
transferred to another
location shall, when
otherwise qualified, be
given priority consider-
ation for any new posi-
tion created under
Chapter 75-48, Laws of
Florida, or for any
other positions vacant
in state government.
The Governor shall ap-
point a nine-member
advisory council, com-
posed of private citi-
zens well versed in
management and fi-
nance, to advise and
assist the Secretary in
the efficient and effec-
tive operation of the
Department. The Advi-
sory Council shall re-
port its recommenda-
tions to the Governor
and Legislature from
time to time but in no
event shall the first
report be after No-
vember 1, 1977.



Office of the Secretary
518 Salaries and Benefits ..
From General Reve-
nue Fund------
From Administrative
Trust Fund ----
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX ------
519 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Administrative
Trust Fund ----



37



391,079



202,326

75,800



4,624



,837A



Amount
$



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Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



Item



"Positions
$



Amount
$



520 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund --- ..--
From Administrative
Trust Fund
521 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Administrative
Trust Fund
521A Lump Sum
State Human Rights
Advocacy Committee
Travel Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
522 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Administrative
Trust Fund .........-
Office of the Assistant
Secretary for
Administrative Services
523 Salaries and Benefits
From General Rev-
enue Fund ----
From Administrative
Trust Fund ---
From Working Cap-
ital Trust Fund .--
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX ...---.-----..
524 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Rev-
enue Fund ---
From Administrative
Trust Fund ----
From Working Cap-
ital Trust Fund -
525 Expenses
From General Rev-
enue Fund --- ..
From Administrative
Trust Fund ---
From Working Capi-
ital Trust Fund --
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX ---------
526 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Rev-
enue Fund ----.--
From Administrative
Trust Fund -------
From Working Capi-
tal Trust Fund --
526A Lump Sum
Fee Collection Program
From Operations and
Maintenance Trust
Fund .. .------- ...
Provided, however, the
twenty-two positions
Authorized in Item
526A, within the lump
S. sum in the amount of
$368,350 shall be re-
Sleased to the eleven
district offices (two
positions to each dis-
trict) for the purpose
of improving the fee
collection operations
for mental health and
retardation facilities.



106,073




3,9506






10,725


3,299



999



3,755,118








48,941





599,252








46,217



22



These twenty-two po-
sitions shall work in
conjunction with the
previously authorized
47,145 four positions that are
assigned to headquar-
ters fee collection op-
erations.
527 Lump Sum
Youth Services Infor-
2,882 mation System
From Working Capi-
tal Trust Fund .
527A Lump Sum
General Liability and
Fire Insurance Premi-
ums
From General Rev-
enue Fund ----
From Administrative
Trust Fund -...--
527B Special Categories
2,398 Medicaid Services Re-
view
SFrom General Rev-
enue Fund ---
From Administrative
Trust Fund ---
528 Special Categories
State Institutional
"Claims
8,279,573 From General Reve-
2,820,413 Fund
529 Special Categories
Contract Nursing Home
2,046,117 Audit Program
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----------
From Administrative
"Trust Fund -----
530 Data Processing Serv-
19,958 ices
From General Reve-
24,473 nue Fund -- .---.
From Administrative
Trust Fund --
Office of the Assistant Secre-
2,614,792 tary for Programs
531 Salaries and Benefits
3,319,082 From General Reve-
nue Fund ---
From Administrative
1,803,394 Trust Fund ----
From Grants and
Donations Trust
S. Fund .------------
From Federal Grants
Trust Fund ..---------
19,315 From Federal Re-
habilitation Trust
50 QQQ Fund ----.-----------
50,839 From Planning and
Evaluation Trust
Fund ------
Federal Aid Trust
6 35 Fund Title XX
6 532 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ...
From Administrative
Trust Fund ..
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund -. ..--
From Federal Grants
Trust Fund .
From Federal Re-
habilitation Trust
Fund .. -.--.



111,111



485,835



121,459



62,500



187,500



12,000



180,000



180,000



924,625



1,023,464



639



6,462,031



840,078

589,129
359,274

745,833

661,235
291,860



227,546



10,667

352,4506
5,846

2,626



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Item Positions
$
From Planning and
Evaluation Trust
Fund -------.--
Federal Aid Trust
Fund Title XX
533 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From Administrative
Trust Fund .-
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund --------
From Federal Grants
Trust Fund -----
From Federal Re-
habilitation Trust
Fund ---. ----
From Planning and
Evaluation Trust
Fund --- -----.
From Emergency
Medical Services
Trust Fund .----
Federal Aid Trust
Fund Title XX ..--
534 Grants and Aids
Hill-Burton
From U. S. Grants
Trust Fund -.
535 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ......--
From Federal Grants
Trust Fund --.
From Federal Re-
habilitation Trust
Fund -....-- -----
From Planning and
Evaluation Trust
Fund ---.
Federal Aid Trust
Fund Title XX .- -
536 Special Categories
University Education
and Training
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX Non-Capped __
537 Special Categories
Vocational Rehabilita-
tion In-Service Train-
ing
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Federal Reha-
bilitation Trust
Fund ------ ....-
537A Special Categories
Day Care Management
Federal Aid Trust
Fund Title XX
537B Special Categories
Medicaid Surveillance
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..
From Administra-
tive Trust Fund
537C Special Categories
Youth Services Diver-
sion Project
From General Reve-
nue Fund .-.
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund -....-.
538 Data Processing Serv-
ices



From General Reve-
nue Fund ..---.---



Amount
$



1,151,492





















38,547


















8,000








135,730





11,379





1,014,530



Item



From Administra-
tive Trust Fund -
119,986 Office of the Assistant Secre-
tary for Operations
34,413 Office of the Assistant Sec-
retary
539 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
71,020 From Administra-
tive Trust Fund --
From Federal Aid
104,457 Trust Fund Title
XX
65,076 540 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
100,946 nue Fund ---
From Administra-
tive Trust Fund
119,534 541 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund
23,295 From Administra-
tive Trust Fund -
145,330 From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX
542 Grants and Aids
6,300,000 Mosquito Control Pro-
gram
From General Reve-
nue Fund --
543 Operating Capital Out-
lay
2,021 From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Administra-
2,896 tive Trust Fund __
543A Lump Sum
Spinal Cord Injured
7,120 From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
883 544 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From Administra-
tive Trust Fund
500,000 District Administration
545 Salaries and Bene-
fits -----------
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Administrative
Trust Fund --.-
From Federal Aid
72,000Trust Fund Title
72,000 XX. _-----------....
546 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
332,734 nue Fund -
From Administrative
Trust Fund
547 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..
407,188 From Administrative
Trust Fund ..--
548 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ...
From Administrative
Trust Fund ..
102,416 548A Lump Sum
Colocation/Improved
Services-A.G. Holley
From General Reve-
nue Fund ._.



Positions
$



Amount
$



822,448



1,203



5,430,645



9,044,850

46,463



302,430



1,822,728



93,5,291



5,866,227

17,175



2,475,000


314,165



204,736



6



523,438


1,097,813



738,589



796



4,342,151



3,982,962

1,374,541



38,762



984,117



97,108



1,359,510



74,045



8,500



14



280,735



June 1.6,' 1977



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Item



Positions
$



548B Lump Sum
Institutions Unit Dose
Drug Program
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
Social and Economic Services
549 Salaries and Bene-
fits ----- ---- --- -.---
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Administrative
Trust Fund
From Special Grants
Trust Fund --
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX ---
550 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---
From Administrative
Trust Fund -- -
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX ..-- -- ---
551 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---- -
From Administrative
Trust Fund
From Special Grants
Trust Fund .---
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX ....--------
552 Operating Capital Out-
"lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Administrative
Trust Fund ----
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX ---.--...---
553 Food Products
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
554 Deleted
554A Lump Sum
C. E. T. A. Trust
Funds
From Administra-
tive Trust Fund -
554B Special Categories
Medicaid Services Re-
view
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Administra-
tive Trust Fund -
555 Special Categories
Physician Services
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Medical Care
Trust Fund ..
From Special Grants
Trust Fund _.
556 Special Categories
Hospital Inpatient
Services
From General Reve-
nue Fund ...
From Medical Care
Trust Fund ..
From Special Grants
Trust Fund -..
557 Special Categories
Nursing Home Care



Amount
$



144,100



5,702



25,061,136



19,723,226
2,762,569

8,835,721



269,110



4,461,974



218,223

56,839



3,893,261

547,044

1,750,215



214,545



126,021

18,107



38,340



2,343,694



187,500



562,500



10,071,533



13,207,288
2,583,928



29,297,034



38,435,479
10,115,035



Item



Positions
$



From General Reve-
nue Fund ....-.-
From Medical Care
Trust Fund -
From Special Grants
Trust Fund ..
Provided, however,
that effective Septem-
ber 1, 1977, the maxi-
mum reimbursement to
nursing homes shall
not exceed $680 per
month per patient for
skilled care; $630 per
month per patient for
intermediate I care;
and $535 per month
per patient for in-
termediate II care,
which the Legislature
hereby finds and de-
clares is a reimburse-
ment reasonably re-
lated to the actual
cost.
Provided, further, that
the maximum income
eligible standard be
established at $485.
Provided, further, that,
for the months of
July and August, no
client shall become in-
eligible for nursing
home care as a re-
sult of the increase in
social security benefits
effective July 1, 1977.
Provided, further, that
prior to January 1,
1978, the department
will initiate a new re-
imbursement method-
ology to comply with
45 C.F.R. 250.30, sub-
ject to the review of
the House and Senate
Appropriation Com-
mittees and the ap-
proval of the Depart-
ment of Administra-
tion, and the availa-
bility of funds.
558 Special Categories
Drugs (Prescribed
Medicine)
From General Reve-
nue Fund .-.--
From Medical Care
Trust Fund ----
From Special Grants
Trust Fund -.---
Provided, however,
that the maximum
drug allowance for
nursing home patients
shall be $30 per month
per patient unless
there has been an ex-
ception granted in ac-
cordance with the ad-
ministrative rules of
the State of Florida,
Chapter 10.C, Section
7.42.
559 Special Categories
Hospital Outpatient
Services
From General Reve-
nue Fund ......
From Medical Care
Trust Fund ...



Amount
$

39,096,703
51,825,861
2,581,238



12,030,189



15,784,26.
4,402,496



4,086,737



5,359,044



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Item



Positions
$



From Special Grants
Trust Fund -.....
560 Special Categories
Other Lab and X-Ray
Services
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Medical Care
Trust Fund -----
From Special Grants
Trust Fund
561 Special Categories
Family Planning
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Medical Care
Trust Fund -----
From Special Grants
Trust Fund .------
562 Special Categories
Supplementary
Medical Insurance
From General Reve-
nue Fund .----------
From Medical Care
Trust Fund ----
From Special Grants
Trust Fund ----
563 Special Categories
Hospital Insurance
Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From Medical Care
Trust Fund ..----
From Special Grants
Trust Fund ..-------
564 Special Categories
State Mental Health
Hospital Program
From Medical Care
Trust Fund ----
From Special Grants
Trust Fund -----
565 Special Categories
State Tuberculosis
Hospital Program
From Medical Care
Trust Fund ----
566 Special Categories
Home Health Services
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..---
From Medical Care
Trust Fund -----
From Special Grants
Trust Fund
567 Special Categories
Early and Periodic
Screening of Children
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Medical Care
Trust Fund -..-
From Special Grants
Trust Fund
568 Special Categories
Patient Transportation
From General Reve-
nue Fund .. .
From Medical Care
Trust Fund _.
From Special Grants
Trust Fund ..
Contingent upon the
continued receipt of
the appropriate Fed-
eral Medicaid Waiver,
funds within line
Items 555 to 568 may
be used as contract
for service funds for



Amount
$



264,736



338,;70



444,375
327,073



80,188



721,692
3,413



4,662,784



4,669,798
1,708,646



1,391,619



1,825,809
273,792



6,396,935
7,370



80,420



136,129



178,310
19,461



2,364,767



3,101,915
183,585



733,590



962,599
103,231



Item Positions
$
Health Maintenance
Organizations or Pre-
paid Group Health
Clinics or Centers, pub-
lic or private, for serv-
ices provided to Medic-
aid eligible clients, to
the extent of $4 mil-
lion.
569 Special Categories
Intermediate Care Fa-
cilities Mentally Re-
tarded
From Medical Care
Trust Fund -------
570 Special Categories
Child Day Care
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Services Trust
Fund-----------
From Special Grants
Trust Fund ----
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX -------.-
Provided, however,
General Revenue mon-
eys shall be released
in Item 570 only to
the extent local funds
and federal funds will
be available on the ba-
sis of 121/2% State,
121/2% Local, and 75%
Federal. Provided, fur-
ther, that any funds
appropriated for this
item may be trans-
ferred by the Depart-
ment upon approval of
the Department of Ad-
ministration to Item
629, Developmental
Training Services.
571 Special Categories
Local Services Pro-
grams
From Services Trust
Fund ---------
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX ----------.
572 Special Categories
Transportation of Run-
aways
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
573 Special Categories
Emergency Shelter
Care for Children
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX .-- -
Provided, however, an
amount up to $45,000
in the Item 573 shall
be allocated to chil-
dren's sheltered care
programs in Okaloosa
County which have
been established and
providing services as of
July 1, 1977.
574 Special Categories
Foster Home Care for
Children
From General Reve-
nue Fund ....



"From Services Trust
Fund ......



Amount
$



4,043,692



1,948,313



1,948,313
41,132

13,603,374



















375,000

1,125,000



71,640



598,528



1,795,583



12,155,453



1,962,916



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Item



Positions
$



From Special Grants
Trust Fund ..--.
575 Special Categories
Psychiatric Care for Children
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---- -.-
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX -....---.-----
576 Special Categories
Housekeeper Services
for Children
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Special Grants
Trust Fund ..-.-
577 Special Categories
Homes for Unmarried
Mothers
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
578 Special Categories
WIN Day Care
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Services Trust
Fund .------
Provided, however, that
the maximum reim-
bursement rate for
WIN Day Care shall
be at the same rate
as the Title XX
Day Care rates;
and provided, further,
that if an applicant
qualfies for both Title
XX Day Care and WIN
Day Care, the applicant
shall be placed in the
WIN Day Care Pro-
gram. This policy shall
be distributed and ex-
plained to all eligibility
determination workers.
579 Special Categories
Purchase of Adoption
Services'
From General Reve-
nue Fund --- .--
580 Special Categories
Services to Unmarried
Mothers
From Services Trust
Fund ---.-..--
581 Special Categories
Medical Cost of Subsi-
dized Adoptions
From General Reve-
nue Fund
Provided, however,
funds appropriated in
Item 581 can be ex-
pended only for medi-
cal costs of children
adopted under the sub-
sidized adoption law
and who have physical
disabilities specifically
identified prior to be-
ing adopted.
582 Financial Assistance
Payments
Foster Home Care
Supplement
From General Rev-
enue Fund .....
583 Financial Assistance
Payments
Room and Board With
Personal Care Supple-
plement



Amount
$



113,073






171,341





125,000


199,339




















129,794







50,000














749,990



Item



From General Rev-
25,387 enue Fund ..-.
584 Financial Assistance
Payments
Mandatory Supplemen-
tation
From General Rev-
enue Fund -.----
339,219 585 Financial Assistance
Payments
Aid to Families With
Dependent Children
From General Rev-
enue Fund -.---
From Direct Assist-
12,660 ance Trust Fund
From Special Grants
Trust Fund ----
The department is au-
thorized to use up to
a maximum of $2,000,-
000 ($1,500,000 Gener-
al Revenue and $500,-
000 Trust Fund) ap-
propriated in Item 585
for a supported work
1,794,048 assistance program. It
is the legislative intent
that the department
shall seek additional
funding from other
sources such as CETA,
Ford Foundation, etc.,
so as to possibly re-
duce the amount re-
quired from this line
item. The funds appro-
priated in Item 585
may be used to estab-
lish 21 positions and
the funding of admin-
istration of the pro-
gram, training, crea-
tion of a wage pool,
including the diversion
of AFDC grant funds;
and to purchase pri-
vate contractor serv-
ices for administration.
586 Financial Assistance
Payments
Child Support Incen-
tive Payments-Political
Subdivisions
16,500 From Direct Assist-
ance Trust Fund
Provided, however, gen-
eral revenue appropri-
ations in Items 549
through 586 may be
transferred to the
proper trust fund for
disbursement.
Aging and Adult Services
587 Salaries and Benefits
From General Rev-
enue Fund ...--
From Licensure Fees
Trust Fund .--...
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX -..----..--- -...-
588 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Rev-
enue Fund ---......
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX ------.---
589 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund .....



Positions
$



Amount
$



1,014,823




96,368




61,066,602



90,367,974
851,691































993,281



544



1,429,513



32,259

4,068,991



24,089



58,976



268,998



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Item



. positions
$



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



From Licensure Fees
Trust Fund ----
From Federal Aid.
Trust Fund TitleW
XX --- -___
590 Grants and Aids
Community Service
Grants
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---------
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund
591 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ....---------
From Licensure Fees
Trust Fund---
"From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX ------
591A Lump Sum
Community Care for
the Elderly and Home
Placements
From General Reve-
nue Fund .----
From Federal Grants
Trust Fund ---.--
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX '-:--- .. ---...
Provided that funds
appropriated in Item
591A shall be trans-
ferred to the appropri-
tion budget entity for
disbursement. Provid-
ed, further, that the
department shall main-
tain the identity of all
funds expended for
this project, and that
the department shall
"submit to the Legis-
lative Appropriations
Committee and to the
Department of Admin-
istration, no later than
August 31, 1978, a cost
benefit analysis of the
community care for the
elderly project as an
alternative to insti-
tutionalization. This
analysis shall include
a breakdown as to what
portion of the commu-
nity care for the elder-
ly project is being im-
plemented through on-
going programs prior
to the adoption of this
act and what new pro-.
grams are being cre-
ated by reason of the
adoption of this act.
592 Special Categories
Local Service
Programs
From General Reve-
S nue Fund --. .
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund ----.
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX ---- ---
592A Special Categories
Temporary Emergency
Shelter
From General Reve-
nue Fund -.....



.446,293




2,899









953,984






































784,010








40,000



o^' r



120,000



10,223,908
S: '. .. .'* '



' From Federal Aid
6,618 Trust Fund Title

6 Mental Health Services
678,437 593 Grants and Aids
Community Mental
Health Services
S.From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Federal Aid
.17,258,023 Trust Fund Title
-xx -----------------
593A Grants and Aids
Community Mental
Health Services/Chil-
dren and Adolescents
141 oFrom General Reve-
1,413 nue Fund .......---
594 Grants and Aids
Community Alcoholic
15,523 Services
From General Reve-
Snue Fund ..-...--.
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund .
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
160,359 XX --------
Provided, however, that
"the funds to be distrib-
123,858 uted by Item 594, shall
be based upon a form-
ula which includes the
following variables:
The number of alco-
holics in the district;
the capability of the
"treatment program to
provide quality treat-
ment; and a regional
differential to be de-
termined by the de-
partment to compen-
sate districts where
the cost of treatment
"is higher, A minimum
base distribution may
be established for all
counties in the event
the above formula
"would work a hardship
on any given district.
595 Grants and Aids
Purchased Client Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ...----
"595A Grants and Aids
Purchased Client Serv-
ices/Adolescents and
Children
"From General Reve-
nue Fund
596 Grants -and Aids
Indigent Psychiatric
Drug Program
From General Reve-
nue Fund ......
From Grants and
S Donations Trust
Fund .. .
S- --- 597 Grants and Aids
.522,674 Community Drug
Abuse Services
From General Reve-
3,920,051 nue Fund ... .
From Drug Abuse
Trust Fund --
,.. Provided, however,
that the formula for
distribution under Item.



"529,031



3,629,115



2,074,000

5,132,944



13,356,611




-.- 350,000



690,901



428,173



* 743,907



6,144,285



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Item



597 shall be based
upon the following
variables: The num-
ber of drug abusers in
the district; the capa-
bility of a given drug
abuse program to pro-
vide quality service;
and a regional cost
differential to be es-
tablished by the de-
partment to compen-
sate districts where
the cost of treatment
is higher. A minimum
base distribution may
be provided to all dis-
tricts if it is found
that the above formula
would work a hardship
on any given district.
This formula shall
be applied only
to the General Reve-
nue appropriation and
to the drug abuse trust
fund monies received
as a result of the drug
abuse formula grant
award, provided that
10% of the formula
grant monies shall be
be reserved for proj-
ects of statewide im-
pact.
598 Grants and Aids
Purchased Client Serv-
ices-Drug Abuse -
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----.
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX ------
599 Lump Sum
Santa Rosa Geriatric
Facility
From General Reve-
nue Fund -..-------
Mental Health-Institutions
600 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---...------
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund--------
From Operations
and Maintenance
Trust Fund ---
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX --..-----
601 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
602 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund .... .
603 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ....
604 Food Products
From General Reve-
nue Fund -
605 Lump Sum
South Florida State
Hospital-Forensic
Unit .------------......



Positions
4



6,836


























144



Amount
$



Item



Positions
^



From General Reve-
nue Fund ..---....
606 Lump Sum
Children's Unit
From General Reve-
nue Fund
607 Lump Sum
Mental Health Insti-
tute-Children's Unit
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
608 Deleted
Youth Services
609 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund --..---..
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX ---.. .--- ...
610 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Grants and
Donations Trust
"Fund ---- -... -.---
611 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -- --.-
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund -------
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX ..--------
612 Operating Capital Out-
546,050 lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -........-..
53,950 From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund --------
613 Food Products
From General Reve-
103,383 nue Fund --.-...
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund --------
51,958,894 614 Special Categories
Contracted Services
From General Reve-
148,000 nue Fund ----.........
148,000 From Grants and
Donations Trust
61 (wi fFund ---------
11,671,862 From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
--3,885,141-----
Youth Services-
Institutions
615 Salaries and Benefits
837,972 From General Reve-
nue Fund .
From Grants and
10,826,534 Donations Trust
Fund ...-------..
From Federal Aid
36,000 Trust Fund Title
616 Other Personal Serv-
ices
570,531 From General Reve-
nue Fund .........
From Grants and
3,591,939 Donations Trust
Fund --.-
617 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ....



48



52



2,097



Amount
(



824,400


297,686



470,912



9,351,206



863,387

11,171,194



145,746



854,427



3,793,740



223,853

1,616,731



114,219



4,067



859,312



232,447



1,806,185



1,772,002

863,282



973



5,444,385



578,961

3,299,136



153,129



20,800



1,843,894



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Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund
618 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ..---.-----.
619 Food Products
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund -- .---.-----.
Funds provided in
Items 615-619 are
for the operations of
the four youth service
institutions as follows:
Arthur G. Dozier
School for Boys, Mari-
anna; Florida School
for Boys, Okeechobee;
Alice D. McPherson
School, Ocala; and the
Howell E. Lancaster
School, Trenton. These
four facilities shall re-
main operational dur-
ing FY 1977-78 and
they shall not be
phased out during the
year without Legisla-
tive review.
Retardation Services
620 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund -----.--_
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX-- ..-----..-
621 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ---.-----
622 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund --.---.
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund .- ..------
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX ...----.---
623 Grants and Aids
Community Retarda-
tion Services
From General Reve-
nue Fund -. .
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ......
623A Grants and Aids
Florida Special
Olympics
From General Reve-
nue Fund --
624 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -.
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ..................



377,433




598,261



323



1,512,634







13,246




464,774








993,837






82,300


30,526



625 Food Products
From General Reve-
27,007 nue Fund .----
From Operations and
Maintenance Trust
Fund ------
625A Lump Sum
Retardation Prevention
Act 1977 -.------
3,840 From General Reve-
nue Fund
625B Lump Sum
Start-Up Funds-
Group Homes
From General Reve-
157,826 nue Fund ------...
626 Special Categories
Purchased Client
Services
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Operations and
Maintenance Trust
Fund .-- -.
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX--------
627 Special Categories
Community Residential
Services
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
628 Special Categories
Purchased Client Serv-
ices-Epilepsy Pro-
grams
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX -------
436,928 628A Special Categories
Purchased Client Serv-
ices-Cerebral Palsy
1,364,367 From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
629 Special Categories
Developmental Train-
ing Services
From General Reve-
nue Fund
12,830 From Operations and
Maintenance Trust
Fund ------
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX
143,054 630 Special Categories
Intermediate Care Fa-
cility/Mentally Re-
213,950 tarded (Community)
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Operations and
Maintenance Trust
Fund -. .--
Provided, however,
that funds appropri-
1,043,058 ated in Item 630 ICF/
MR Community, may
be used to provide nec-
essary purchased serv-
ices for community
clients residing in in-
termediate care facili-
ties/mental retarda-
tion and skilled nurs-
ing home facilities.
630A Special Categories
Contracted Casework
4,359 Services



16,118



4,672



34



528,100



80,000



4,069,338



635,076

1,363,295



7,671,354




242,352



342,387



411,981



2,597,399



982,744

4,281,813



1,171,381



1,524,547



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Item

From General Reve-
nue Fund --- ---
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX ...----
Retardation-Institutions
631 Salaries and Bene-
fits -.-------.--. --- ------
From General Reve-
nue Fund .---__
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund .--------.-_-
From Operations and
Maintenance Trust
Fund --------
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX ..----------..-
632 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund --
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund .---.-- -----.
633 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund --- .---
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund -.- ---
634 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund .--.--.-
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund
635 Food Products
From General Reve-
nue Fund -- .--
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund .-----.
635A Lump Sum
Physical Safety Pro-
gram
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------.-
Provided, however,
grants by the federal
government under the
intermediate care fa-
cility for the mental-
ly retarded program
pursuant to Title XIX,
U. S. Code, shall be
used only to supple-
ment state funds ap-
propriated for the care
of the mentally re-
tarded and shall not
be used to supplant
such state funds.
Funds acquired pursu-
ant to this federal pro-
gram shall be utilized
for either institution-
al or community based
retardation programs.
Health Services
636 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ....
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund
From Federal Grant



in Aid Trust Fund
637 Other Personal Serv-
ices



Positions
$



Amount
$



230,563



5,387



35,356,182










1,011,026




7,522,596





612,707




2,093,453





30,000



750



1,686,896



Item



From General Reve-
nue Fund .---
From Grants and
Donations Trust
57,437 Fund
From Federal Grant
in Aid Trust Fund
638 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---- -
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ....
1,453,145 From Federal Grant
in Aid Trust Fund
639 Grants and Aids
4,673,322 Kidney Disease Pro-
gram
From General Reve-
6,679,779 nue Fund -----
639A Grants and Aids
Kidney Disease Pre-
vention
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---.
640 Grants and Aids
91,405 Emergency Medical
Services
From Federal Grant
in Aid Trust Fund
Provided, that funds
appropriated in Item
675,344 640 may be used for
the replacement of
ambulances.
641 Grants and Aids
Medical Examiner
Services
From General Reve-
87,893 nue Fund -----
642 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---- -
From Grants and
349,816 Donations Trust
Fund -----.
642A Lump Sum
School Health Services
Act
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----.
School health services
supplement, rather
than replace, parental
responsibility. Fund-
ing is provided to con-
duct health screening
of kindergarten and
first grade students
who meet the defini-
tion of "indigent chil-
dren" contained in s.
402.32(3) (C), Florida
Statutes. Health
screening may be con-
ducted for additional
kindergarten and first
grade students if local
funding is obtained
or if a fee for such
screening services re-
lated to the family's
ability to pay is estab-
lished and collected
pursuant to s. 154.06,
Florida Statutes. Any
funds collected through
6,369,292 such fees shall be used
to defray the cost of
907,864 the screening program.
General revenue or
revenue from fees



Positions
$



June 16, 1977



Amount
$

1,878



680,034
112,170



1,537,653



16,036,953
1,498,356



400,000



50,000



919,988



1,404,000


4,015



26,242



349,062



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Item I

shall not be used to
replace federal reve-
nue.
Provided, further, that
any positions needed
in conjunction with
this program shall be
established in the
county health units.
643 Special Categories
Contribution to Coun-
ty Health Units
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From County Health
Unit Trust Fund
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX --- ------..
Provided, however,
general revenue appro-
priated in Item 643
may be transferred to
the proper trust fund
for disbursement. Pro-
vided, further, that all
inspection of public
swimming pools be
performed by county
health units whenever
local capability exists.
Provided, however,
that moneys appro-
priated for the urban
rat control program
may be transferred to
the county health
units. Provided, fur-
ther, that any posi-
tions needed in con-
junction with this pro-
gram may be estab-
lished in the county
health units. Provided,
further, that this pro-
gram shall be moni-
tored by the health
services unit in pro-
gram planning and de-
velopment in order to
ensure compliance with
the federal require-
ments of the federal
grant.
643A Special Categories
Drugs for Epilepsy
Treatment
From General Reve-
nue Fund -
643B Special Categories
Drugs for V.D. Treat-
S.. ment
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..
Health-Tuberculosis Hospital
644 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund .....
From Hospital
Maintenance Trust
Fund .. .. .
645 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
Fund ..... .



646 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---
647 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ............--



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positionss
$



250



Amount
$



17,287,145





































162,000



42,000



1,444,860





18,936


798,322


33,373



Item



648 Food Products
From General Reve-
nue Fund --- --
From Hospital
Maintenance Trust
Fund ------.--
Provided, however,
that excess funds ap-
propriated in Items
644-648 may be trans-
ferred by the depart-
ment upon approval of
the Department of Ad-
ministration to other
budget entities within
26,864,932 the department in or-
der to accomplish colo-
cation and expansion
3,000,000 of the District Services
at the A. G. Holley
State Hospital.
Vocational Rehabilitative
Services
649 Salaries and Benefits
From Federal Reha-
bilitation Trust
Fund -------
650 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Federal Reha-
bilitation Trust
Fund-
651 Expenses
From Federal Reha-
bilitation Trust
Fund
652 Grants and Aids
Community Facilities
Grants
From Workshop and
Facilities Trust
Fund --------
653 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Federal Reha-
bilitation Trust
Fund ...-- ------
654 Special Categories
Extended Employment
for the Development-
ally Disabled
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
655 Special Categories
Purchased Client Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---- .
From Federal Reha-
bilitation Trust
Fund -- -------
Children's Medical Services
656 Salaries and Benefits
From General Rev-
enue Fund --- -
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX .-- ------
657 Other Personal Serv-
ices
900,000 From General Rev-
enue Fund ..
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX .-------.
658 Expenses
From General Rev-
enue Fund -....
From Federal Aid
Trust Fund Title
XX--------
659 Grants and Aids



Neonatal Program



Positions
$



81



Amount
$



248,529



152,226



916



9,967,082



50,486


1,545,477




2,511,585



93,849



400,000



4,421,342



14,276,704



207



684,469



1,425,603



49,829



112,723



148,644



308,724









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Item



Positions
$



From General Rev-
enue Fund ----
Regional neonatal in-
tensive care centers in
Escambia, Alachua,
Duval, Hillsborough,
Orange, Dade, and Pi-
nellas counties shall
each receive $418,000
and the centers in
Broward and Palm
Beach shall receive
$300,000 each, and the
new center in Dade
County shall receive
$150,000. The addition-
al appropriation shall
be distributed among
the designated region-
al neonatal intensive
care centers and their
affiliates, if any, ac-
cording to the propor-
tion of infants served
in such centers of the
total number of grant
eligible infants receiv-
ing services statewide
during fiscal year 1977-
78.
659A Grants and Aids
Perinatal Program
From General Rev-
enue Fund ----
660 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Rev-
enue Fund ----
660A Lump Sum
Rheumatic Fever Pro-
gram
From General Rev-
enue Fund ....-..
661 Special Categories
Purchased Client Serv-
ices
From General Rev-
enue Fund ---- .
From Donations
Trust Fund --
From U. S. Trust
Fund --......-----
662 Special Categories
Kidney Disease Pro-
gram
From General Rev-
enue Fund
Service Delivery Manage-
ment and Support Services
663 Salaries and Bene-
fits .. .......
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Administrative.

664 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund .
From Administrative
Trust Fund ---
665 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund .. .
From Administrative
Trust Fund ...
666 Deleted
HIGHWAY SAFETY AND
MOTOR VEHICLES, DE-
PARTMENT OF



Amount
$



3,683,500


























700,000


24,484



70,000



8,712,823



312,700



755



5,537,773




975



1,022,538



Item



Office of Executive Director
and Division of Administra-
tive Services
667 Salaries and Bene-
fits ---. -- -..---.-.- .
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..------
668 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----- .
669 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund
670 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund .--.--
670A Special Categories
For Transfer to High-
way Patrol Insurance
Trust Fund
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
671 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund --------
Florida Highway Patrol, Di-
vision of
672 Salaries and Bene-
fits -. ..-.--.-.-....---
From General Reve-
nue Fund ...
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund --- ------
From Reimburse-
ment Trust Fund
673 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---.--
From Reimburse-
ment Trust Fund
674 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From Grants and
532,367 Donations Trust
Fund -
2,200,000 From Reimburse-
ment Trust Fund
675 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund .---. -
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund
From Reimburse-
ment Trust Fund
676 Special Categories
Upgrade Florida High-
way Patrol Communi-
5,204,753 cations Equipment
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ... .
677 Special Categories
Operation of Motor
8,771 Vehicles
From General Reve-
nue Fund -
From Grants and
Donations Trust
983,342 Fund ... .
From Reimburse-
ment Trust Fund
678 Special Categories
Acquisition of Motor
Vehicles



Positions
$



Amount
$



241



2,471,309


2,134

565,799


104,079




40,000


269,018



1,746



19,983,501



164,655
3,022,799



27,707



2,400



2,549,959



42,288

362,103



583,151



1,300

101,286





1,925,000



3,104,431



21,600
461,340



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Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From Reimburse-
ment Trust Fund
679 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -. .
From Reimburse-
ment Trust Fund
Drivers Licenses, Division of
6801 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -- ----
From Accident Re-
ports Trust Fund
Provided, however, no
funds may be used to
pay a salary to any
person receiving pay
from the Florida High-
way Patrol Retirement
System in the Division
of Drivers Licenses
where such salary
would be in excess of
that paid for the em-
ployment of beginning
non-experienced per-
sonnel unless such per-
sons or person was em-
ployed by the Division
of Drivers Licenses on
April 1, 1971.
Provided, further, 3 po-
sitions and $22,242, in
Item 680 shall be used
to administer a non-
resident violator li-
cense compact.
681 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund .--.--...--
682 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..------
683 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----- -
684 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund --
Motor Vehicles, Division of
685 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
686 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----...
687 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ....
688 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund .....
689 Special Categories
Purchase of License
Plates
From General Reve-
nue Fund .---
690 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ...



1,877,924




384,489



962



445



3,267,846

























243,316

3,553,524


185,059


2,019,246



4,125,607



80,715


1,426,192


133,209



3,188,000.


2,481,650



Kirkman Data Center
691 Salaries and Benefits
From Working Capi-
431,963 tal Trust Fund
692 Expenses
From Working Capi-
tal Trust Fund
693 Operating Capital Out-
71,932 lay
From Working Capi-
tal Trust Fund -
INSURANCE, DEPART-
MENT OF, AND
TREASURER
000,000 Office of the Treasurer
6,000,000 and Division of
Administration
694 Salaries and Benefits .-
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Insurance
Commissioner's
Regulatory Trust
Fund --- -------.....
695 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Insurance
Commissioner's
Regulatory Trust
Fund -.-----.-------------
696 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..........----
From Insurance
Commissioner's
Regulatory Trust
Fund ---------------
697 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----...
From Insurance
Commissioner's
Regulatory Trust
Fund ---.-------
698 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Insurance
Commissioner's
Regulatory Trust
Fund ------
Treasury, Division of
699 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -
700 Deleted
701 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
702 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..
703 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund .
Insurance Company Regu-
lation, Division of
704 Salaries and Benefits
From Insurance
Commissioner's
Regulatory
Trust Fund .-.
705 Other Personal Serv-
ices



251



2,486,680


3,268,898



10,959



107



215,527



1,222,970




2,000



49,463



1,243,408



2,062



14,091




86,510



39



424,915



109,569



9,544



76,984



160



2,277,079



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Item F

From Insurance
Commissioner's
Regulatory
Trust Fund .---
706 Expenses
From Insurance
Commissioner's
Regulatory
Trust Fund -.----
From Agents and
Solicitors County
License Tax Trust
Fund ...---.-------
707 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Insurance
Commissioner's
Regulatory
Trust Fund ---- .---
708 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Insurance
Commissioner's
Regulatory
Trust Fund ----
Rehabilitation and
Liquidation, Division of
709 Salaries and Benefits
From Insurance
Commissioner's
Regulatory
Trust Fund
710 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Insurance
Commissioner's
Regulatory
Trust Fund ----
711 Expenses
From Insurance
Commissioner's
Regulatory
Trust Fund -----
712 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Insurance
Commissioner's
Regulatory
Trust Fund ...----
713 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Insurance Com-
missioner's Regu-
"latory Trust Fund
Insurance Consumer Services,
Division of
714 Salaries and Benefits
From Insurance Com-
missioner's Regu-
latory Trust Fund
715 Other Personal Services
From Insurance Com-
missioner's Regu-
latory Trust Fund
716 Expenses
From Insurance Com-
missioner's Regu-
latory Trust Fund
717 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Insurance Com-
missioner's Regu-
latory Trust Fund
718 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Insurance Com-
missioner's Regu-
latory Trust Fund



State Fire Marshal, Division
of,
719 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---- --



positionss
$



Amount
$



43
























163



















81



239,043



Item



Positions
$



From Insurance Com-
missioner's Regu-
31,767 latory Trust Fund
720 Other Personal Services
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Insurance Com-
834,668 missioner's Regu-
latory Trust Fund
721 Expenses
From General Reve-
22,200 nue Fund ..------
From Insurance Com-
missioner's Regu-
latory Trust Fund
From Fire College
Publication Revol-
17,538 ving Trust Fund --
17,538 722 Operating Capital Outlay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..--.
From Insurance Com-
missioner's Regu-
281,686 latory Trust Fund
Risk Management, Division
of
723 Salaries and Benefits
From Casualty In-
surance Trust
Fund ..- -- ...... .
580,531 From Fire Insur-
ance Trust Fund
724 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Casualty In-
surance Trust
32,587 Fund ----------
From Fire Insur-
ance Trust Fund
725 Expenses
From Casualty In-
152,109 surance Trust
Fund ------ --
From Fire Insur-
ance Trust Fund
726 Operating Capital Out-
lay
17,252 From Casualty In-
surance Trust
Fund ----.----.-
From Fire Insur-
ance Trust Fund
12,045 727 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Casualty In-
surance Trust
Fund -.---......------
From Fire Insur-
1,977,776 ance Trust Fund
Fraudulent Claims, Division
of
728 Salaries and Benefits
1,397 From Insurance
Commissioner's
Regulatory Trust
Fund .
519,824 729 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Insurance
Commissioner's
Regulatory Trust
16,996 Fund ...---.
730 Expenses
From Insurance
Commissioner's
Regulatory Trust
23,390 Fund ...
731 Deleted
732 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Insurance
Commissioner's



Amount
$



816,579



9,029



1,040



100,259



305,861

8,000



12,864



34,738



35



427,775
64,195



12,001
551


1,685,391
567,119



2,208
725



9,150
4,573



25



352,007




13,695



174,572



84



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Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



Regulatory Trust
Fund ------ --
Judicial Branch
Supreme Court
733 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund --- -----
734 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund --- --
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ------
735 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund --------
Provided, that $2,400
of the funds appro-
priated in Item 735
shall be allocated in
monthly installments
of $200 each to the
Chief Justice for ex-
penses.
736 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund -- ---.-.---
736A Lump Sum
MIS Pilot Program
From General Reve-
nue Fund --- --
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund --------.........
737 Special Categories
Non-Lawyer Judges
Program
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
738 Special Categories
Compensation to Re-
tired Judges
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----.
Provided, however,
the funds appropri-
ated in Item 738 may
be utilized to compen-
sate retired Justices
of the Supreme Court,
Judges of the District
Courts of Appeal,
Judges of the Circuit
and County Courts.
739 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund .
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ..--. --. -.. ..
District Courts of Appeal
First District Court of Ap-
peal
740 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----- _
741 Other Personal Serv-
ices



84



1,351,990





13,957




287,810












48,279





25,000






40,000



100,000











106,000



33



624,337



From General Reve-
13,000 nue Fund -----
742 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
743 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ...-.---
63,363 Second District Court of
Appeal
744 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
745 Other Personal Serv-
ices
52,168 From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
746 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..----
153,678 747 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund --..--
Third District Court of Ap-
peal
748 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
749 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
750 Expenses
1,550 From General Reve-
"nue Fund ------ .....
751 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund
225,000 Fourth District Court of Ap-
peal
752 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
753 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -.--.--
754 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
755 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
Circuit Courts and Other Re-
lated Matters
756 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ---. .
757 Deleted
758 Expenses
55,145 From General Reve-
nue Fund -- -.
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund .--.. ..
759 Special Categories
Payment to Jurors and
Witnesses
From General Reve-
nue Fund --



2,000

51,417


10,818



36



664,805


3,400


63,557



15,328



40



710,114


22,511


106,019


26,273



36



703,667


500


76,312


16,782



740



16,411,370



337,300



396,881



27,700



4,750,000



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Item

Provided, that funds
from Item 759 shall
not be transferred or
made available for pur-
poses other than the
payment of jurors and
witnesses.
760 Special Categories
Meals and lodging for
jurors
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
761 Special Categories
Printing Reports
From General Reve-
nue Fund
762 Special Categories
State Attorneys on Ex-
ecutive Assignment
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
763 Special Categories
Statewide Grand Jury
-Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -.--.----
764 Special Categories
Judicial Nominating
Commission-Ex-
penses
From General Reve-
nue Fund .----
765 Special Categories
Compensation and Ex-
penses of Court Re-
porters
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
Judicial Administrative Com-
mission
765A Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---..
765B Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---..--
765C Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
765D Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..
County Courts
766 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
767 Deleted
768 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ....
769 Special Categories
Additional Compensa-
tion for County Judges
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..
Provided, that a coun-
ty court judge as-
signed to active judi-
cial service in any of
the courts created by
Article V of the State
Constitution, other
than to a county
court of a coun-



ty having a population
of 40,000, or less
shall be paid as addi-



Positions
$



Amount
$



100,000


102,060



50,000



100,000




15,000




552,500



15



374



212,595


2,480


23,499


1,748



8,859,017



119,970



75,000



Item



tional compensation
for such service the
difference between
his normal salary and
the salary then cur-
rently paid to a judge
of the court to which
he is assigned. The
amount of such differ-
ential shall be com-
puted on the basis of
an eight hour day, or
major fraction there-
of, and certified by the
chief judge to the Ju-
dicial Administrative
Commission on a
monthly basis.
Provided, further, a
county judge in a coun-
ty of a population of
40,000 or less which
because of local fac-
tors such as tourism,
industry, or proximity
to a populous area has
a case load which
equals or exceeds the
statewide average for
all counties may be
paid an additional
amount not to exceed
the difference between
his salary and the sal-
ary currently being
paid to a judge of a
county court of a coun-
ty having a population
in excess of 40,000
when requested by the
chief judge of his cir-
cuit and approved by
the chief justice of the
Supreme Court.
State Attorneys
Funds received by state
attorneys, as enforcing au-
thority under the provisions
of Part II, Chapter 501,
Florida Statutes, from vol-
untary payments from re-
spondents entered pursuant
to consent judgments, con-
sent orders and other vol-
untary contributions or re-
imbursements shall be de-
posited in and credited to
the general revenue fund
of the state treasury un-
less otherwise provided by
law.
Office space and related
expenses for custodial serv-
ices and utilities shall con-
tinue to be provided by the
counties as prescribed by
Section 27.34(2), Florida
Statutes, any operating
capital outlay items now
provided by county to the
state attorneys shall con-
tinue to be provided. Not-
withstanding Section 27.34
(2), Florida Statutes, only
centralized county services
as provided in FY 73-74
to all units of county gov-
ernment for which cost of
services are not prorated
may be continued.



Positions
$



Amount
$



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Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



Amount
?



Appropriation made in
Items 770-789, notwith-
standing the provisions of
Section 216.292, Florida
Statutes, may be trans-
ferred upon request of the
state attorney with ap-
proval of the judicial ad-
ministrative commission, to
the state comptroller, to ac-
counts established for each
state attorney for dis-
bursement purposes upon
release of said appropria-
tions by the Department of
Administration.
First Judicial Circuit
770 Lump Sum -- -----
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Child Support
Trust Fund ..---
Second Judicial Circuit
771 Lump Sum --------..
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Child Support
Trust Fund ----
Third Judicial Circuit
772 Lump Sum ---- --
From General Reve-
nue Fund --- --
From Child Support
Trust Fund --..-
Fourth Judicial Circuit
773 Lump Sum -- ..---.--
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Child Support
Trust Fund ----
Fifth Judicial Circuit
774 Lump Sum -- -----
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Child Support
Trust Fund ----
Sixth Judicial Circuit
775 Lump Sum -----..
From General Reve-
nue Fund .-------
From Child Support
Trust Fund --------
Seventh Judicial Circuit
776 Lump Sum -- ------.
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Child Support
Trust Fund -----
Eighth Judicial Circuit
777 Lump Sum --.-.-.
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Child Support
Trust Fund ...
Ninth Judicial Circuit
778 Lump Sum
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..
From Child Support
Trust Fund .
Tenth Judicial Circuit
779 Lump Sum .....



64



1,106,436



68,000



47



816,992



35,520



41



574,071



24,000



132



2,078,009



66,592



56



888,829



33,466



159



2,286,044



44,570



70



1,108,042



37,000



51



848,660



28,987,



97



1,479,656



68



From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Child Support
Trust Fund
Eleventh Judicial Circuit
780 Lump Sum -------
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Child Support
Trust Fund --
Twelfth Judicial Circuit
781 Lump Sum
From General Rev-
enue Fund ----
From Child Support
Trust Fund -----
Thirteenth Judicial Circuit
782 Lump Sum
From General Rev-
enue Fund
From Child Support
Trust Fund ----
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit
783 Lump Sum
From General Rev-
enue Fund
From Child Support
Trust Fund -----
Fifteenth Judicial Circuit
784 Lump Sum
From General Rev-
enue Fund -----
From Child Support
Trust Fund -----.
Sixteenth Judicial Circuit
785 Lump Sum
From General Rev-
enue Fund ----
From Child Support
Trust Fund ----
Seventeenth Judicial Circuit
786 Lump Sum
From General Rev-
enue Fund ------.
From Child Support
Trust Fund
Eighteenth Judicial Circuit
787 Lump Sum
From General Rev-
enue Fund ---- .-
From Child Support
Trust Fund --- -
Nineteenth Judicial Circuit
788 Lump Sum
From General Rev-
enue Fund ----
From Child Support
Trust Fund ..
Twentieth Judicial Circuit
789 Lump Sum
From General Rev-
enue Fund ...
From Child Support
Trust Fund -..-



1,010,849



24,000



286



4,290,169



190,239



55



780,085



24,000



111



1,853,023



83,138



52



760,761



24,000



87



1,357,957



36,158



26



310,333



10,000



132



2,297,791



39,628



75



1,201,342



37,000



36



687,866



24,000



56



870,252



27,732



Public Defenders
Office space and related
expenses for custodial
36,365 services and utilities shall
continue to be provided by
the counties as prescribed
by Section 27.54(3), Flor-



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Item



Positions
$



ida Statutes, any operat-
ing Capital Outlay Items
now provided by county to
the public defenders shall
continue to be provided.
Notwithstanding Section
27.54(3), Florida Statutes,
only centralized county
services as provided in FY
73-74 to all units of county
government for which cost
of services are not pro-
rated may be continued.
Funds made available in
Items 790-809 include nec-
essary expenses for proba-
tion and parole revocation
hearings.
Appropriations made in
Items 790-809, notwith-
standing the provisions of
Section 216.292, Florida
Statutes may be trans-
ferred upon request of the
public defenders, with ap-
proval of the Judicial Ad-
ministration Commission,
to the State Comptroller,
to accounts established for
each public defender for
disbursement purposes
upon release of said appro-
priations by the Depart-
ment of Administration.
Part time assistant public
defenders assigned to indi-
gent cases shall not be paid
any fees or other compen-
sation outside their salary
as employees of the Public
Defenders Office.
First Judicial Circuit
790 Lump Sum ----..--..
From General Reve-
nue Fund --.--. -
Second Judicial Circuit
791 Lump Sum ---.--- -
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---.-..-
Third Judicial Circuit
792 Lump Sum --- -.--.--.
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------.
Fourth Judicial Circuit
793 Lump Sum ----- ---
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---- -
Fifth Judicial Circuit
794 Lump Sum -.-....--....
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..
Sixth Judicial Circuit
795 Lump Sum -......
From General Reve-
nue Fund .. ..
Seventh Judicial Circuit
796 Lump Sum -...-.-.
From General Reve-
nue Fund .....
Eighth Judicial Circuit
797 Lump Sum --.........
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----. .



41



31



17



64



24



65



33



22



Amount
$



624,450



583,258



264,895



987,865



378,746



978,372



528,503



392,610



Item



Ninth Judicial Circuit
798 Lump Sum ...---...-...
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
Tenth Judicial Circuit
799 Lump Sum ..--- -..
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----..
Eleventh Judicial Circuit
800 Lump Sum ---------.
From General Reve-
nue Fund -- --.--
Twelfth Judicial Circuit
801 Lump Sum ---..--..
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..-----
Thirteenth Judicial Circuit
802 Lump Sum .-----..
From General Reve-
nue Fund --..----.-----
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit
803 Lump Sum -----
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---....---.
Fifteenth Judicial Circuit
804 Lump Sum .-------
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
Sixteenth Judicial Circuit
805 Lump Sum -- .-----
From General Reve-
nue Fund -.-----
Seventeenth Judicial Circuit
806 Lump Sum ------
From General Reve-
nue Fund ......
Eighteenth Judicial Circuit
807 Lump Sum -----_-
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---
Nineteenth Judicial Circuit
808 Lump Sum --...-- ----
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
Twentieth Judicial Circuit
809 Lump Sum
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
Judicial Qualifications Com-
mission
810 Lump Sum
From General Reve-
nue Fund
Judicial Council
811 Salaries and Benefits -
"From General Reve-
nue Fund -..
812 Deleted
813 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -....
814 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund
LEGAL AFFAIRS,
DEPARTMENT OF,
AND ATTORNEY
GENERAL
Provided, however, that
the funds appropriated



Positions
$



Amount
$



49



47



118



33



51



18



51



22



68



30



18



30



677,622



728,121



2,126,948



453,523



864,392



346,078



789,951



228,772



969,210



531,420



320,455



442,244



2



2



98,940



35,686


3,601


800



88



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Item Positions
$
for operation help stop
crime are contingent
upon the Director of
Operation help stop
crime's notifying the
Research Services Of-
fice of the Board of
Regents of any im-
pending project and
allowing the various
graduate programs in
the university system
to bid on such projects.
Provided, further, that
if a bid of a private
concern is selected over
a bid of a graduate
program of the univer-
sity system, the ac-
ceptance of such bid
would have to be justi-
fied on the basis of a
written cost benefit an-
alysis, which will be
made a part of the per-
manent records of the
department.
815 Salaries and Benefits 193
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ---- ----
816 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----...--
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund -------
817 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..-----
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund .----
818 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -- .--
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund .. ... .........
818A Lump Sum
Anti-Trust Enforce-
ment Unit
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..--
Provided, however,
that the funds appro-
priated in line Item
818A shall revert to
General Revenue unal-
located in the event
that federal funds des-
ignated for anti-trust
enforcement become
available.
Legislative Branch
House of Representatives
819 Lump Sum
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---
Senate
820 Lump Sum
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..........



Amount
$



2,761,503





19,726




435,503





27,664






113,535













10,303,248



6,829,021



Joint Management
821 Lump Sum



Item



Positions
$



From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
Statutory Committees
822 Lump Sum
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---
Auditing Committee
823 Lump Sum
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------...
Administrative Procedures
Committee
824 Lump Sum
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----------
Auditor General
825 Lump Sum
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From Federal Re-
imbursement Trust
Fund ..-- -----
Office of Public Counsel
826 Lump Sum
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----------
Military Affairs, Depart-
158,289 ment of
General Activities
827 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----..
From Armory Board
Trust Fund ----
148,003 828 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -..----
829 Expenses
From General Reve-
108,181 nue Fund
From Armory Board
Trust Fund ---
830 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund
2,336 831 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---
Camp Blanding Management
832 Salaries and Benefits
From Camp Bland-
ing Management
Trust Fund ....---
833 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Camp Bland-
ing Management
Trust Fund .--..
834 Expenses
From Camp Bland-
ing Management
Trust Fund ...
835 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Camp Bland-
ing Management
Trust Fund
NATURAL RESOURCES
Office of Executive Director
and Division of Administra.
tive Services



Amount
$



3,971,687



10,750



45,560




334,183



9,507,709



816,020



314,870



77



944,563



13,549



9,661

797,769



8,232



50,956


27,945



58



585,353



21,000


186,913



63,331



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Positions
$



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



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Amount
$



836 Salaries and Benefits -
From General Reve-
nue Fund .--
From Motorboat
Revolving Trust
Fund ----------
From State Park
Trust Fund --
837 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Motorboat
Revolving Trust
Fund --- ------
From State Park
Trust Fund ----
838 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Motorboat
Revolving Trust
Fund -- .-- ---.
From State Park
Trust Fund --
839 Grants and Aids
Suwannee River
Authority
From General Reve-
nue Fund .---
840 Grants and Aids
Boating Related
Activities
From Motorboat
Revolving Trust
Fund ..........
841 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Motorboat
Revolving Trust
Fund ----- --.
From State Park
Trust Fund --- .-
842 Special Categories
Gulf States Marine
Fisheries
From General Reve-
nue Fund .-----
842A Special Categories
Recreational Channel
Dredging
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
843 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Motorboat
Revolving Trust
Fund ---------
Marine Resources, Division of
844 Salaries and Benefits -
From General Reve-
nue Fund -
From Salt-Water
Products Promo-
tion Trust Fund .
From Marine Bio-
logical Research
Trust Fund ..
845 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund --
From Marine Bio-
logical Research
Trust Fund ----



116



1,156,522







78,692






328,326








21,250








17,600








15,00,0



25,000



127,570



145



1,727,279








323,102



846 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund 7'
From Salt-Water
Products Promo-
222,265 tion Trust Fund --
From Marine Bio-
32,598 logical Research
Trust Fund .----
847 Grants and Aids
Beach Restoration and
Erosion Control
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---- -
4,535 Provided, that general
revenue funds appro-
5,958 priated in Item 847
shall be transferred
to the erosion control
trust fund for disburse-
ment as grants and
aids for beach restora-
337,781 tion and erosion control
projects on a 75% state
21,508 -25% local matching
basis.
Provided, further, funds
appropriated in Item
847 shall be used for
beach restoration and
erosion control in order
of priority as estab-
lished by the Depart-
ment of Natural Re-
sources.
1,879,047 848 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -- ----
From Salt-Water
Products Promo-
tion Trust Fund ..
2,242 From Marine Bio-
logical Research
300 Trust Fund ..--
From Beaches and
Shores Operating
Trust Fund -
849 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -
Resource Management,
Division of
850 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From Land Recla-
mation Adminis-
tration Trust Fund
From Coastal Coor-
170,782 dinating Council
Trust Fund .----.
From Aquatic Plant
Control Trust Fund
851 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..-..
25,100 From Coastal Coor-
dinating Council
Trust Fund ...
33,259 From Aquatic Plant
Control Trust Fund
852 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund .....
From Land Recla-
mation Adminis-
7,650 tration Trust Fund



90



Item



583,557



137,033

65,266



5,602,575





















62,947



3,990

19,575

5,000



7,769



137



1,514,973



56,011

110,000
216,493



149,002



550,396
521,824



548,326



26,404









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Positions
$



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



From Coastal Coor-
dinating Council
Trust Fund ----
From Aquatic Plant
Control Trust Fund
853 Grants and Aids
Aquatic Plant Control
Matching Grants
From Aquatic Plant
Control Trust
Fund --------.
854 Grants and Aids
Coastal Planning Grants
From Coastal Coor-
dinating Council
Trust Fund ---......
855 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Rev-
enue Fund .. ---
From Land Recla-
mation Adminis-
tration Trust
Fund ------
From Coastal Co-
ordinating Council
Trust Fund ------
From Aquatic Plant
Control Trust Fund
856 Special Categories
National Ocean Survey
From General Rev-
enue Fund ----
857 Special Categories
Topographic Mapping
From General Rev-
enue Fund --.----.
858 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Rev-
enue Fund -----.

Recreation and Parks,
Division of
859 Salaries and Benefits
From State Park
Trust Fund -----
860 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From State Park
Trust Fund .----
861 Expenses
From State Park
Trust Fund -.--
862 Grants and Aids
Federal Land and Wa-
ter Conservation Fund
Grants
From Land Acquisi-
tion Trust Fund
863 Grants and Aids
Florida Recreation De-
velopment Assistance
Grants
From Land Acquisi-
tion Trust Fund
864 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From State Park
Trust Fund -..
865 Debt Service
From General Rev-
enue Fund .
From Land Acquisi-
tion Trust Fund
From Outdoor Rec-
reation Land Ac-
quisition Trust
Fund ------



72,525

248,297




2,500,000



48,858










172,750


195,000


57,800



653



9,766,672



Law
of
97001 0



866 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From State Park
Trust Fund -
Provided, however, the
appropriations includ-
ed in Items 859 thru
866 contemplate the
division developing and
implementing a plan
to increase fees up to
$1,000,000 for park
operations.



Enforcement, Division



""'... v 867 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Motorboat Re-
volving Trust
Fund ------
From Salt-Water
Products Promo-
188 tion Trust Fund -
From Coastal Pro-
tection Trust Fund
1,925 868 Other Personal Serv-
4,943 ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Coastal Pro-
tection Trust Fund
869 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Motorboat Re-
volving Trust
Fund -------
From Salt-Water
Products Promo-
tion Trust Fund _
From Coastal Pro-
tection Trust Fund
870 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
6,712,214 nue Fund
From Motorboat Re-
volving Trust
Fund_..... -------
6,51,781 From Coastal Pro-
617 (btection Trust Fund
871 Special Categories
92f6029308 Operation and Main-
2,602,308 tenance of Patrol Ve-
hicles
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From Motorboat Re-
volving Trust
5,000,000 Fund ----
From Salt-Water
Products Promo-
tion Trust Fund -
From Coastal Pro-
tection Trust Fund
838,179 872 Special Categories
Acquisition and Re-
placement of Patrol
Vehicles
594,467 From General Reve-
nue Fund ---
From Motorboat Re-
volving Trust
Fund --
4,829,328 From Coastal Pro-
tection Trust Fund
873 Special Categories
Payments for Restora-
317,913 tion and Damage



27,707



269



2,242,863



1,091,778

140,128

237,775



18,280



420,791



30,283



142,681

10,000
71,213



31,913



948
636



445,735



337,440

15,000
45,651



695,918



163,760
12,886



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Item



Positions
$
From Coastal Pro-
tection Trust Fund



OFFENDER REHABILITA-
TION, DEPARTMENT OF
Provided, that the produc-
tivity adjustments contem-
plated in Items 874, 881,
886, 892, 898, and 901 shall
be taken within the budget
entities prescribed, how-
ever, the Department may
use discretion in apply-
ing these reductions be-
tween the program com-
ponents except that these
adjustments shall be other
than correctional security
positions.
Provided, further, that in
order to ensure appropri-
ate placement efforts and
opportunities, any employee
of the Department of Of-
fender Rehabilitation whose
position is abolished as a
result of productivity ad-
justments shall be retained
at the same level of com-
pensation for 90 days after
notification of such abolish-
ment or until such employee
secures other placement or
employment, whichever
should first occur. Em-
ployees whose positions
are abolished or trans-
ferred to another location
shall, when otherwise
qualified, be given priority
consideration for any new
position created under
Chapter 75-49, Laws of
Florida, or for any other
positions vacant in State
Government.
Office of the Secretary and
Office of Management and
Budget
874 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund .---
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ....
From Correctional
Work Programs
Trust Fund ---
875 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..
876 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund .........
From Correctional
Work Programs
Trust Fund ..
877 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund .....
877A Lump Sum
General Liability and
Fire Insurance Prem-
ium Adjustment
From General Reve-
nue Fund --



Amount
$



50,000



106



1,453,667



20,376



15,118


522,425








9,641




225,21.5



Positions
$



Item



878 Special Categories
Return of Parole Vio-
lators
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
879 Financial Assistance
Payments
Discharge and Travel
Pay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
880 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----.-
From Correctional
Work Programs
Trust Fund -..-
Office of the Assistant Secre-
tary for Programs
881 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----------
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund --- ----
From Correctional
Work Programs
Trust Fund --..
882 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
883 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ......
From Correctional
Work Programs
Trust Fund ----
884 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----------
From Correctional
Work Programs
Trust Fund -..---
885 Special Categories
Tuition Payments
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---.-.-



28,685 Office of the Assistant Secre-
tary for Operations
Office of Assistant Secretary
and Regional Administration
886 Salaries and Bene-
fits .-
From General Reve-
nue Fund .----.--
From Grants and
Donations Trust
5,903 Fund .-.-----.
From Correctional
Work Programs
12,929 Trust Fund ---
887 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ....---
888 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..----
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund --------



62,177




365,318



725,101



17,664



79



806,496



419,831

40,905



2,500


332,196



65,446

17,245



23,091



1,596



100,000



108



1,224,797



311,798

76,227



5,000


529,054



81,474



Amount
$



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Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



From Correctional
Work Programs
Trust Fund ----
889 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund .---------
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund --------
890 Special Categories
Interstate Compact
Services
From General Reve-
nue Fund --- --
891 Special Categories
State Institutional
Claims
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
Major Institutions
Appropriations made in
Items 892-896, notwith-
standing the provisions of
Section 216.292, Florida
Statutes, may be trans-
ferred upon request of the
department to the State
Comptroller, to accounts
established for each insti-
tution for disbursement
purposes, and upon release
of said appropriation by
the Department of Admin-
istration. Provided, how-
ever, such transfers may
only be made to accounts
similar in purpose to the
category of appropriation
from which transferred.
892 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ------ ..
From Road Prisons
Trust Fund --......
From Correctional
Work Programs
Trust Fund .---
893 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Correctional
Work Programs
Trust Fund .--
894 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund .. ---
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ..
From Correctional
Work Programs
Trust Fund
895 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ...
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ..
From Correctional
Work Programs
Trust Fund ..
896 Food Products
"From General Reve-
nue Fund ....



9,487






20,000



5,000



6,139



59,914,144









209,049




17,741,672







1,102,737







9,322,365



897 Lump Sum
Expansion of Medical
32,777 and Dental Services
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
Community Services
898 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
480 nue Fund ----
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund
899 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund-
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund -----
900 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund --- .
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund ------
Community Facilities and
Road Prisons
901 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund-------
From Road Prisons
Trust Fund ----
From Correctional
Work Programs
Trust Fund
902 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Road Prisons
Trust Fund -----
903 Expenses
1,216,168 From General Reve-
nue Fund --- .
376,501 From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund -------
2,457,772 From Road Prisons
Trust Fund
From Correctional
Work Programs
Trust Fund --..--
904 Operating Capital Out-
lay
69,000 From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund .. --
From Road Prisons
23,796 Trust Fund -.
905 Food Products
From General Reve-
10,811,317 nue Fund .
From Grants and
Donations Trust
Fund -.. -.
From Road Prisons
Trust Fund --.--...
104,292 Correctional Work Programs
906 Deleted
907 Deleted
304,974 908 Deleted
909 Deleted
910 Deleted



20



250,000



1,062



10,966,503



559,818



22,273,441



97,625



60,241



9,974



777



5,109,174



643,656
1,922,719

11,859



71,168



94,199



1,880,606



122,141
657,218

141,400



142,014



1,399
56,303



1,519,792



58,582
483,749



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Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



PAROLE AND
PROBATION COMMIS-
SION, FLORIDA
911 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---._
912 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ....
913 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund .....
914 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund --------
914A Lump Sum
General Liability and
Fire Insurance Prem-
ium Adjustment
From General Reve-
nue Fund -
914B Special Categories
Clemency Hearings
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
915 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund .-----
It is the intent of the
Legislature that there
shall be only one of-
fender records system
maintained by the De-
partment of Offender
Rehabilitation for the
joint use of the De-
partment of Offender
Rehabilitation and the
Parole and Probation
Commission.
Provided, that the Pa-
role and Probation
Commission shall have
up to six (6) months
to colocate with the
Department of Offend-
er Rehabilitation. It
is the intent of the
Legislature that the
rental of building
funds are provided ac-
cordingly. The Parole
and Probation Com-
mission shall phase-out
eleven (11) of its au-
thorized records posi-
tions prior to Decem-
ber 31, 1977.
Provided, that the Pa-
role and Probation
Commission shall have
a confidential section
within the master file
maintained by the De-
partment of Offender
Rehabilitation which
will only be available
to the employees of the
Parole and Probation
Commission and the
Secretary of the De-
partment of Offender
Rehabilitation and his
selected designees as
mutually agreed upon
by the department and
the commission.
The Department of
Health and Rehabili-



146



1,884,708


12,050


423,173


8,985




32,184


20,000


11,617



tative Services shall
sub-lease to the Parole
and Probation Com-
mission sufficient of-
fice space contiguous
to the Department of
Offender Rehabilita-
tion, as determined by
the Department of Ad-
ministration up to that
which is authorized by
the Department of
General Services
standards for calcula-
tions of office space
for state employees.
The Department of
General Services shall
insure that the exist-
ing Parole and Pro-
bation Commission
leases are honored
through their contract
period via the assign-
ment to that space of
other state agencies
whose current leases
are expiring.
PROFESSIONAL AND OC-
CUPATIONAL REGULA-
TION, DEPARTMENT OF
Office of the Secretary and
Division of General Services
916 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---.--
From Administrative
Trust Fund .
917 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund --.-
From Administrative
Trust Fund .-...-
918 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund --- ---
From Administrative
Trust Fund ----
919 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Administrative
Trust Fund -- --..--
920 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
Professions, Division of
Accountancy, Board of
921 Salaries and Benefits
From Operating
Trust Fund ---
922 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund .-.
923 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund ..-
924 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Operating
Trust Fund
925 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual
Services
From Operating
Trust Fund ...--.--
926 Deleted



48



347,580



185,598



24,719



251,052



53,214



94,412



4,262



951



119,453



11



120,206


251,060

221,784


2,863



3,600



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rten Positionsu
$
927 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund .



Architecture, Board of
928 Salaries and Benefits
From Operating
Trust Fund .
929 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund
930 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund ----
Chiropractic Examiners,
Board of
931 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund ..-
932 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund --.------
933 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual
Services
From Administrative
Trust Fund ----
934 Financial Assistance
Payments
Student Financial
Assistance
From Operating
Trust Fund ----.
Dentistry, Board of
935 Salaries and Benefits
From Operating
Trust Fund ..--
936 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund ----
937 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund .---.--
938 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Operating
Trust Fund -.
Professional Engineers and
Land Surveyors, Board of
939 Salaries and Benefits
From Operating
Trust Fund -- --
940 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund ....---
941 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund
942 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Operating
Trust Fund ...
943 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual
Services
From Operating
Trust Fund ..-
944 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund ..



5



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



Foresters, Board of Registra-
tion for
945 Other Personal Serv-
10,000 ices
From Operating
Trust Fund ----
946 Expenses
63,914 From Operating
63,914 Trust Fund --
947 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual
54952Services
54,520 From Operating
Trust Fund
97,989 Funeral Directors and Em-
balmers, Board of
948 Salaries and Bene-
fits ---------
From Operating
Trust Fund
9,170 949 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund ...



zl,1iUl



47,051




4,000



5














10



950 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund ..
951 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Operating
Trust Fund ---
952 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual
Services
From Operating
Trust Fund ----



Landscape Architects, Board
of
59,637 953 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund
102,402 954 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund
190,688 955 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual
Services
From Operating
1,494 Trust Fund ----
Medical Examiners, Board of
956 Salaries and Bene-
fits --------..---.
From Operating
115,528 Trust Fund
957 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
59,246 Trust Fund
958 Expenses
From Operating
121,076 Trust Fund
959 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Operating
2,182 Trust Fund
960 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual
Services
From Operating
6,480 Trust Fund
961 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Operating
180 Trust Fund .-----



Amount
$



200



3,351



3,530



6



60,857


31,170


69,136


607



8,440





8,980


8,680



7,371



21



272,438


103,581


198,358


16,731



3,291



3,996



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Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



Nursing, Board of
962 Salaries and Benefits
From Operating
Trust Fund -----
963 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund ----
964 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund ---.--
966 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual
Services
From Operating
Trust Fund ----
966 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund --
Optometry, Board of
967 Salaries and Benefits
From Operating
Trust Fund -- ---
968 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund ----
969 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund ----
970 Financial Assistance
Payments
Student Financial As-
sistance
From General Reve-
nue Fund .----
Osteopathic Medical Examin-
ers, Board of
971 Salaries and Benefits
From Operating
Trust Fund
972 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund ----
973 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund ----- .
974 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Operating
Trust Fund ----
975 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual
Services
From Operating
Trust Fund ----.
Pharmacy, Board of
976 Salaries and Benefits
From Operating
Trust Fund --.---
977 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund ..-
978 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund --.
979 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Operating
Trust Fund -
Podiatry Examiners,
Board of
980 Other Personal Serv-
ices



From Operating
Trust Fund



39
















1



4,000



2

















13



981 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund ---
440,428 982 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual
Services
From Operating
191,279 Trust Fund ---
Psychology, Board of
381,632 Examiners of
983 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund -----
22,064 984 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund ---
985 Special Categories
25,586 DPOR Contractual
Services
From Operating
Trust Fund -.--
10,670 Veterinary Medicine, Board of
986 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
48,400 Trust Fund -
987 Expenses
From Operating
32,751 Trust Fund ----
988 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual
Services
From Operating
Trust Fund -----
Nursing Home Administrators,
Board of Examiners of
989 Other Personal Services
From Operating
Trust Fund -----
17,036 990 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund ---.
991 Special Categories
22,460 DPOR Contractual
Services
From Operating
43,200 Trust Fund -
Pilot Commissioners,
Board of
992 Other Personal Serv-
239 ices
From Operating
Trust Fund
993 Expenses
From Operating
11,070 Trust Fund ---
994 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual
Services
From Operating
217,838 Trust Fund
Occupations, Division of
Barbers' Sanitary
42,565 Commission
995 Salaries and Benefits
From Operating
117,175 Trust Fund ...
996 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
4,576 Trust Fund ..
997 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund -...
998 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual



13,500 Services



18,480



19,197





4,600

11,257



12,946




10,990

16,843



26,401




5,500

23,470



32,738




24,200

14,313



19,487



10



94,629


9,900


69,980



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Positions
$



From Operating
Trust Fund
Construction Industry
Licensing Board
999 Salaries and Benefits
From Operating
Trust Fund
1000 Other Personal Services
From Operating
Trust Fund -----..
1001 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund
1002 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Operating
Trust Fund
1003 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual
Services
From Operating
Trust Fund ---.--
1004 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund
Cosmetology, Board of
1005 Salaries and Benefits
From Operating
Trust Fund --.
1006 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund --.--
1007 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund ---...
1008 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Operating
Trust Fund --.-
1009 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual
Services
From Operating
Trust Fund ----
1010 Financial Assistance
Payments
Student Financial As-
sistance
From Operating
Trust Fund .---
1011 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund -..
Electrical Contractors'
Licensing Board
1012 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund .......
1013 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund ... ..
1014 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual
Services
From Operating
Trust Fund ...

Massage, Board of
1015 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
Trust Fund .



37





















28



Amount
$



Item



1016 Expenses
1,500 From Operating
Trust Fund ---.-----
1017 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual
Services
From Operating
426,678 Trust Fund -
Naturopathic Examiners,
Board of
262,418 1018 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
458,394 Trust Fund ----
1019 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund -
24,774 1020 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual
Services
From Operating
Trust Fund --
2,709 Opticians, Board of Dispens-
ing
1021 Other Personal Serv-
ices
32,673 From Operating
Trust Fund ---.
1022 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund ------
269,171 1023 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual
Services
From Operating
62,220 Trust Fund ----
Real Estate Commission
1024 Salaries and Benefits
313,989 From Operating
Trust Fund ---
1025 Other Personal Serv-
ices
3,236 From Operating
Trust Fund -----
1026 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund ----
7,290 1027 Operating Capital Out-
"lay
From Operating
Trust Fund ---- .
1028 Special Categories
Continuing Education
1,000 From Operating
Trust Fund ----
1029 Data Processing Serv-
ices
7,920 From Operating
Trust Fund ...-.-
Sanitarians' Registration
Board
1030 Other Personal Serv-
ices
2,450 From Operating
Trust Fund ...
1031 Expenses
From Operating
"24,234 Trust Fund .--.-
1032 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual
Services
From Operating
24,445 Trust Fund .- .
Watchmakers' Commission
1033 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Operating
1,291 Trust Fund--



Positions
$



Amount
$



6,100



15,558





60

571



497





10,030

16,552



24,602



151



1,583,412


160,391

953,136


10,244


19,000


45,760





2,375

2,467



4,186




800



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Item



Positions
$



1034 Expenses
From Operating
Trust Fund ----
1035 Special Categories
DPOR Contractual
Services
From Operating
Trust Fund .--

Public Service Commission
1036 Salaries and Benefits
From Regulatory
Trust Fund ---
1037 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Regulatory
Trust Fund -----
1038 Expenses
From Regulatory
Trust Fund --- .
1039 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Regulatory
Trust Fund
1040 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From Regulatory
Trust Fund ..
Provided, however,
4 positions and $78,451
appropriated in Items
1036-1040 is contin-
gent upon the applica-
tion of standards of
the National Safe
Drinking Water Act
including all public wa-
ter systems.

REVENUE, DEPARTMENT
OF,
Office of the Executive Di-
rector and Division of Ad-
ministration
1041 Salaries and Bene-
fits -------- --
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Administrative
Trust Fund
1042 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From Administrative
Trust Fund ----
1043 Expenses
From Administrative
Trust Fund ----
1044 Grants and Aids
For Transfer to Local
Government Additional
Homestead Exemption
Trust Fund
From General Reve-
nue Fund ---.--
1045 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Administrative
Trust Fund .
1046 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund .......
From Administrative
Trust Fund -.

Ad Valorem Tax, Division of
1047 Salaries and Benefits
From Intangible Tax
Trust Fund



Amount
$



374






























121



1,067,789














24,487,750






95,507



90



Item



Positions
$



1048 Other Personal Serv-
ices
8,260 From Intangible Tax
Trust Fund
1049 Expenses
From Intangible Tax
Trust Fund -
19,856 1050 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Intangible Tax
Trust Fund -----
1051 Data Processin.'- Serv-
5,513,784 ices
From Intangible Tax
Trust Fund -..-....

135,309 CORPORATE, ESTATE,
AND INTANGIBLE TAX,
DIVISION OF
1,453,408 1052 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----......
From Intangible Tax
332,546 1Trust Fund -
332,5-6 1053 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund
161,581 From Intangible Tax
Trust Fund
1054 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund --__
From Intangible Tax
Trust Fund .------
1055 Grants and Aids
County Tax Forms
From Intangible Tax
Trust Fund
1056 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From Intangible Tax
Trust Fund --.-.-.-.-
1057 Deleted
1058 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----.--
From Intangible Tax
Trust Fund -------
328,758 Sales and Use Tax,
Division of
1059 Salariec and Benefits
4 800From General Reve-
4,800 nue Fund
1060 Other Personal Serv-
ices
217,831 From General Reve-
nue Fund
1061 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund
1062 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ......
1063 Special Categories
10,837 National Association of
Tax Administrators
From General Rev-
enue Fund ...
1064 Data Processing Serv-
ices
29,337 From General Rev-
enue Fund ..
Miscellaneous Tax, Division of
1065 Salaries and Benefits
From General Rev-
1,434,761 enue Fund -...--.



Amount
$



52,495

336,996


2,040


147,494



268



1,140,570



1,657,740



44,141



327,469



47,659



620,047


402,000


650



36,028



370,613



458



5,292,041


28,089


1,444,261



36,497




7,750


484,903



468,527



74



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Positions
$



Amount
$



Item



Positions
$



Amount
$



From Administrative
Trust Fund -
1066 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -- ---
From Administrative
Trust Fund
1067 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Administrative
Trust Fund -..-
1068 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Administrative
Trust Fund --.--
1069 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -- .
From Administrative
Trust Fund -----
STATE, DEPARTMENT
"OF, AND SECRETARY OF
STATE
,Office of the Secretary and
Division of Administrative
Services
1070 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund --- .
1071 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -- --.-
From Flag Trust
Fund --. ------
1072 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
1073 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund --------
Elections, Division of
1074 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
From Publications
Revolving Trust
Fund -----
1075 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----
From Publications,
Revolving Trust
Fund -- -----
1076 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund .....
From Operating
Trust Fund ...
From Publications
Revolving Trust
Fund ... .
1077 Grants and Aids
Special Elections
From General Reve-
nue Fund ...
1078 Operating Capital Out-
lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund .. .



10,796



90,074




5,265




275



88



43



1,023,130


303,744




15,275


10,827



384,353





10,530




82,007







115,000



5,132



From Publications
399,312 Revolving Trust
Fund -------
1079 Special Categories
Election Investigations
and Hearings
From General Reve-
5,733 nue Fund .----
1079A Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund
107,169
Archives, History, and Rec-
ords Management, Division of
1080 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund .----
2,697 From Operating
Trust Fund ----
From Microfilm
Revolving Trust
Fund ------
1081 Other Personal Services
From General Reve-
40,149 nue Fund
From Operating
Trust Fund -------
From Microfilm
Revolving Trust
Fund -------
1082 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund ----.--
From Operating
Trust Fund ---
From Microfilm
Revolving Trust
Fund -----
1083 Operating Capital Out-
5,000 lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund
From Operating
Trust Fund
From Microfilm
Revolving Trust
Fund -------
1084 Data Processing Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund -.---------
Corporations, Division of
1085 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund ------
44,117 1086 Other Personal Services
From General Reve-
nue Fund
1087 Expenses
From General Reve-
nue Fund -----
1088 Operating Capital Out-
4,515 lay
From General Reve-
nue Fund
1089 Data Processing Serv-
ices
25,000 From General Reve-
nue Fund
Library Services, Division of
172,203 1090 Salaries and Benefits
From General Reve-
nue Fund -. .
From Library Serv-
ices Trust Fund --
1091 Other Personal Serv-
ices
From General Reve-
nue Fund ..



1,450



35,000


30,000



86



902,043



23,670



199,221



131,573

47,874



12,800

103,000



49,851

210,456



5,361



14,108

852



96



58



21,480



784,934

35,000

198,022


3,397


371,898



621,655



33,909



13,002



June 16, 1977



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