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CALIFORNIA STATS ARCHIVES 
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Srate 
Californio 

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



I, MARCH FONG EU, Secretary of State of the State of 
California, hereby certify: 



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and correct copy of the original filed in my office and that 
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.*.f 'LED 

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DEC161975 

MARCH row EU. Sw, 
Uapoty 



APPOINTMENT OF INTERSTATE RENDITION 
OFFICER 



1549.2 of the Penarcode! heSv f^noinr^?" ^" ""^ ^^ ^^^^ion 
Interstate Rendition Of?icer and df?. ^ ^^'^'^ ^^^ ^^^^^^ ""V 
powers: ^rricer and delegate to her the following 

Rendition Of^icef fSd 1n\t^ ^t'\°''l! "^""^ ^^ Interstate 

allGovernor.s'-ef^ranL'Jor'thrrrresranr^^^"^^'^"^^^^' 
persons who, being found in fhf= ^f u^ rendition of 

the executive authority of ano^h ^l^' ^^""^ '^^^^ «"°«" ^V 
convicted in that stat^ ^5 another state to be charged or 

and whose rLdi?ion ha^ bLl''T^°'":, 5^'°"^ °^ other crime, 
executive authoruj. " demanded m due form by the said 

Rendition o?il^l: t^^^^l^ S^^sl^^Lws : 




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Dy interstate-u'endxtion O^fi^er "^ ' 

California Penal Code Section 1549 2) 
(Authorization filed with the Secre^aiy of State) 

effect from^and fncJSnf the da^e^of?'!""" '" ^°^^^ ^^ 

Of State through and including ^U of the'^Lr^^ "'^ Secretary 

an, performing the functions o\ Goiernor'^f 'S: S^Ite^f ^' ' 




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3tatc of (LiMm^ 



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■ California, unless and until revoked or suspended by me; 
provided that this authorization shall be suspended auto- 
matically whenever another person by operation of law, cecomes 
Acting Governor of the State of California. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto subscribed my name 
and caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California to be 
affixed at Sacramento, on this 
the /--^V-* day of / ^' ■<■■,' /if- — 
197' 





Attest: 



\/UmaJ! a. -jw^ '^ 



March Fong Eu 
Secretary of State 



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FILED 

In tK« cfhtf cf the Secrrlory of Slolft 
ol tt»t i*iit« of Cuti:o"iij 

MAPOa^FONG m S/rereta^ of Stst»! 

^mm Bcpartment •'^i^^^^^-^ 

«>tatE of California 

EXECUTIVE ORDER MO. B 11-75 

WHEREAS, recently --.^^^.^^tf lif.ij^e ^^eSrf of 

1975, Chapter 1167) r''''! ''" ntsvst^m eUgible to receive 
the Public Employees-Retirement ^Y^t- - f ^^^^^^.^^^ ^^^^ 

additional service credit if the ^°^^ changes in the manner 
because of impending curtailment °^; °^^^f ^| ^he State would 
of performing services, the best interests 
be served; and ; 

WHEREAS, due to in^^^jj-; .^f ^^^vlc^r^^S Changes", 
^iJThf ^Lferirprr^o^mLrs^riSf bf th^ Department of | 
RehabiUtarion is^ecessary and now underway; | 

r^^^ndlaiSli-Ji^ralsfMn^^itn^rsociTtn; ' 
llZoTc^llllVtTLlll%ll Tnl the State: 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, ^r"' of " t^power " ;nd° rutSori^y 
the State of California, by Y^'^t"* f .^^tu^es of the State of 
vested in my by the Constitution and Statutes^^.^^ ^^^^ ^^^ 

California, hereby ^P^ff^^^iJ^gerviceS and changes in the 
above-described curtailment °f ^^^^^'"oe-artment of Rehabilita- 
n,anner of performing ^^'^^^f?/" ^J^Se!^ In Ught thereof, 
tion are now underway and ^J^^/°^^i"S^' served by the granting 
the best interests of the State wiii ^ion 20816 of the 
of additional service credit P^""^"^^ J°the Public Employees' 
Government Code, to any state ^^^^"^°^3^e^ployment in the 
Retirement System ^ho retires from state empi y ^^^ 
Department of «-^abiiitation on or after . -1^^^;^^.^^ ,^pioy- 
'm:nnn':h!crhe'i;s'rm;mSfr Tf' the Public Employees' Retire- 
ment System. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 18th 
dav pf December J, 1975. 




fornia 



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Secretary of Stkte 



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iEjccutiDe Btpartmcnt 

^tate or Caltfomia 



T ] LED 

In tlw rflfM «l th* ixMHiy 6l ! 




EXECUTIVE ORDER B 12-7 5 



WHEREAS, Article 7 (commencing with Section 21400) was added 
to Chapter 9 of Part 3 of Division 5 of Title 2 of the 
Government Code by Senate Bill No, 1764 (Statutes of 1974, 
Chapter 374) to provide group term life insurance benefits 
for prescribed full-time state or university employees; and 

WHEREAS, Section 21406 of the Government Code provides that 
the effective period of such insurance shall be the 1974-75 
fiscal year. That section further provides that the effective . 
period of insurance may be extended annually thereafter to i 
the succeeding fiscal year by order of the Govpinor promul- j 
gated prior to January 1 of the preceding fiscal year. 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the State 
of California, pursuant to the authority vested in me by ,1 
Section 21406 of the Government Code hereby extend the 
effective period of the group term life insurance benefits 
to the 1976-77 fiscal year. ' 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
hereto this 31sL day of December, 1975. 



Attest 





Secretary of State 




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i^KcutiDc department 

^tatc or CJlilomia 



FILED 

•• Mm ImM «t CMiforU 

JAN10 197G 

Deputy -' 



SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 



I I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of California, do 

hereby proclaim and order that a special election shall be held 
on the 8th day of June, 1976, within the 6th Senatorial District 
cf the State to fill the vacancy in the office of Member of 
Senate from said District resulting from the resignation of 
Senator George R. Moscone. 

AND I DO HEREBY offer a reward of one hundred dollars \ 
($100) for the arrest and conviction of any person who violates I 
any of the provisions of Division 15 of the Elections Code; the | 
rewards to be paid until the total number hereafter expended \ 
for the purpose reaches the sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000) 
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and I 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed ! 
|; hereto this joth day of January, 1976. 




ATTEST 




Secretary of State 



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ISxtcnttot Bcpartmnit 

^tt of Catfomta 



-Fft.ED-i 

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MAR 1 1 1975 

MMCH HM EU, SKfcCary o( L._ 
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EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. B-16-76 



WHEREAS, Section 242, Title II of the federal Economic 
Opportunity Act of 19G4, 42 USC Section 2843, gives the 
Governor the right to review proposed contracts, agreements, 
grants, loems, or other assistance provided pursuant to Title 
II of the Act; and 

WHEREAS, Title 45 of the Code of Federal Regulations, 
Part 1075 authorizes the Governor, at his discretion, to 
designate the State Office of Economic Opportunity in the 
Bi^lo>rroent Development Department to assist the Governor in 
carrying out the provisions of Section 242, Title II of the 
Act; 

NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of the power aind authority 
vested in me as Governor of the State of California; 

IT IS ORDERED that the Director of the Employment 
Development Department is hereby authorized and directed to 
review all proposed contracts, agreements, grants, loans or 
other assisteUice provided pursuant to Title II, of the feder- 
al Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, and to take such action 
as he deems proper; 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that any action tcOcen by the 

!i Director of the lanployment Development Department pursuant to 
this Executive Order and the provisions of Section 242 of 
I Title II of the federal Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, 
shall have the same force and effect as if taken by me. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 8th day of 
March, 1976. 





Governor of Califorr: 



ATTEST : 

Secretary of State 



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3Eitnitioc department 

;^tatc of Calironua 



PROCLAMATION 



FILED 

MAR 1 : 197C 



I , Edmund 
California, pursuant 
Chapters 982, 1007, 
hereby proclaim and 
eighth day of June, 
primary election to 
qualified voters of 
measures proposed by 
1975-76 Regular Sess 



G. Brown Jr., Governor of the State of 

to Section 2601 of the Elections Code, and 
1008, and 1066 of the Statutes of 1975, 
order that a special election be held on the 
1976, and to be consolidated with the direct 
be held on that date, to submit to the 
the State of California, the following 

the Legislature during its 1973-74 and 
ions, together with an initiative measure: 



PROPOSITION 1 Chapter 1007 (Assembly Bill No, J2) , Statutes of 
1975. State School Building Lease-Purchase Bond Law of 1976. 
Provides for a bond issue of two hundred million dollars to 
provide capital outlay for construction or improvement of public 
■chools. 



PROP OSITION 2 
T975 



Chapter 982 (Assembly Bill No. 1782), Statutes of ' 

Veterans Bond Act of 1976. Provides for a bond issue of '. 



five hundred million dollars to provide farm and home aid for 
California veterans. 



PROP OSITION 

vrrr. 



^ Chapter 1008 (Assembly Bill No. 



__^_^ - . , 121), Statutes of 

California Safe Drinking Water Bond Law of 1976. Provides 



for a bond issue of one hundred seventy-five million dollars to 
I provide funds for improvement of domestic water systems to meet 
minimum drinking water standards. 



PROPO SITION 4 

TTTT. 



Chapter 1066 (Senate Bill No. 156) , Statutes of 



Community College Construction Program Bond Act of 1976. 
Provides for a bond issue of one hundred fifty million dollars. 

PROPOSITION 5 Resolution Chapter 126 (Senate Constitutional 
Amendment No. 1), Statutes of 1975. Banks, Corporations, Fran- 
chises and Insurers-Taxation. Amends Constitution Article XIII, 
Sections 27 and 28 (i), to require concurrence of majority instead 
of two-thirds of membership of both houses of Legislature for 
passage of bills imposing tax on corporations including state and 
national banks and their franchises, or changing rate of taxes 
imposed on insurers. 



PROPOSITION 6 Resolution Chapter 116 (Senate Constitutional 
12), Statutes of 1975. Insurance Company Home 

Repeals and amends portions of Constitu- 






Amendment No 

Office Tax Deduction 

tion Article XIII, Section 28, to eliminate income taxdeduction 



presently given insurance companies for real property taxes paid , 
on insurers' home or principal office in California. ■ 



PROPOSITION 7 
Amendment No. 



Resolution Chapter 198 (Assembly Constitutional 
111), Statutes of 1974. Taxation of Restricted 
Historic Property. Authorizes the Legislature to define 
property of historical significance and to restrict the uses of 
•uch property to preserve its historical significance. 



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^xtfotiDt ©fpartmtnt 

^tart of Califoniia 



in Savings and Loan AssociltiL^ i Deposit of Public Moneys 
XI, Section U (b) , to aSthorl-^ ;. ^^""^^ Constitution ArticJ 
deposit of public monevs?n«! legislature to provide fc 
California L well^^rC ia"nK:\^"^Lli?oinia"/^^°'^^^^^°"^ ^" 

^ShISI^ 3TX:lti:s'onr7s'' ^"^^^-^^^^ constitutional 
to authorize cities and counties t.^ pr^^fd; f^^''^'^ I^egislature 
but only for charitable purposes. P^°^^<ie for bmgo games, 



! '^^^^^^50f:iiTttTes'^orlV,^' i'T"-''' ^— itutional 
' Indebtedness. Amends Cons M°n*- J! i . °'^'^^ ^° '^^^^^'^ State 

permit Legislaturl? byTjC^r^hi?! voi^'%^'' ^"'^'^°" ^ *^° 
. voter approval, refunding bonds to re?inan^° authorize, without 
I state debt. ^ oonas to refinance any outstanding 

Local Surplus ProDPr^v a 5 ^- ^°^^^ Vehicles Taxes - 

NotwithstLd?nr??eseJ; c^SJ^tutJSnal'"''^" ' ^^^^^^" ^^"• 
motor vehicle tax revenues oermf^^ ^^^^trictions on use of 
state to use surplus rea^;ron^K^^ ^" T^'-^^ ^-^'^^ ^han the 
I for local park and Jecro^v^on^^'"'^ Purchased with such revenues 

for the Pu?pose^?o^^:h\^;ro??g?n"a??rpurt?a"s2^.^°"^^^ "'^"^-^ 

SSnilS^^lsrt-i^.^i-^Chapter 132 (senate Constitutional 
Constitution Article XX |ecM on ^5" .^"^erest Rate. Amends 
maximum permissible contract r^^«^^ to permit increase in 
nonexempt lender for ToaJ or cred^? advanc^f "-^"^^^-tible by 
nonfamily, nonhousehold purpose to hhfhK ^"^ "onpersonal, 
or 7, P1.3 prevailing inLr^^^ra^^e^^^ ^^^^^le^r^^^. 

^SHHiiM^fef^ier:^?L"^;?e"s'o'?^'|?e' 'p^^-^^^ constitutional 
Authorizes Legislature to provide f^r mfn^^""^^ Tax Postponement. 
low or moderate income aae 6> ok o?h ""^""^^ i" which persons of 
property taxes on prTn^ipI! plaSe of r^:^^ Postpone ad valorem 
Legislature to provide fo?suh5^n^? ^^f^^^^^^e. Requires 
^ districts for revenue lost bv noof ^^ ''° ^^^ies, counties and 
: for reimbursement ?o3ta?J 5^^°^^?°"^^"'' °^ '^"^^^ Provides 
interest and state costs onf of .^"^''^"''^°'^-^' including 
state costs out ot postponed taxes when paid! 

PROPOSITION 14 
Amendment No. 4 
tional Revision 
constitutional 
initiative and 
municipal and j 
water resources 
interest rate.s 
interest rates 



Shall oecome operative only „po„ the adoption? 



■ ctumiiM Mnci Of mrt ■ 



i^xcmtiot Bcparmtnt 

^atc of Califoniia 



and other amendments also relating to interest rates only upon 
the rejection of Proposition 12. 

PROPOSITION 15 Nuclear Power Plants, Initiative Statute. 
After one year, prohibits nuclear power plant construction and 
operation of existiny plants at more than 60% of original 
licensed core power level unless federal liability limits are 
removed or waived by operators and full compensation assured. 
After five years, requires derating of existing plants 10% 
annually unless Legislature, by two-thirds vote, confirms 
effectiveness of safety and waste storage and disposal systems. 
Permits small-scale medical or experimental nuclear reactors. 
Appropriates $800,000 for expenses of public hearings by 
advisory group and Legislature. Requires Governor to publish 
and annually review evacuation plans specified in licensing of 
plants. 

And I do hereby offer a reward of one hundred dollars 
($100) for the arrest and conviction of any person who violates 
any of the provisions of Division 15 of the Elections Code; 
the rewards to be paid until the total amount hereafter 
expended for the purpose reaches the sum of ten thousand dollars 
($10,000) . 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
hereto this 16th day of March, 1976. 




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TILED 

In t!i« cffice el the Sacreio-y of Stotft 
ot tho Sfate of Colif^rnlj 

APR 2 1 197: 

rAAf.CtijOMO tU, Srr=«:T7 of ItltJ 
Usputy 



EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. B-19-76 



WHEREAS, California was notified by the Acting Admin- 
istrator of the Social and Rehabilitation Service, U. S. 
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare by letter 
received Mcurch 31, 1976, that the Department of Benefit Pay- 
ments is required to be designated as the single state agency 
to administer the WIN social services program; and 

WHEREAS, the Department of Health is now designated by 
Welfare auid Institutions Code section 10600 as the single 
state agency for the supervision and administration of WIN 
social services; and 



WliEREAS, Welfare and Institutions Code section 11003 
provides that whenever the U. S. Department of Health, Edu- 
cation, and Welfare issues a formal ruling that any section 
of the code is out of conformity with federal requirements, 
that section shall become inoperative to the extent that it 
is not in conformity with federal requirements; and 

WHEREAS, section 12018 of the Government Code provides 
that the Governor, in the absence of an applicable statute, 
may designate a single state agency to be responsible for 
each federal program in which federal money is given to the 
state; and 



WHEREAS, continued federal participation in the Aid to 
Families with Dependent Children program is in jeopardy un- 
less the Department of Benefit Payments is designated as the 
single state agency for the supervision of the administration 
of WIN social services; 



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3tatt or Cabfomia 



PAGE TWO 



NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of the authority vested in 
me by section 12018 of the Government Code, and in order to 
ensure the uninterrupted delivery of WIN social services, I 
hereby designate the Department of Benefit Payments as the 
single state agency required under federal law to supervise 

S\*^^""^"*'t°" °. ""^^ ^"'^^^^ services, such desi^ation 
?^n?! «^f«^^^ve. "mediately. Pursuant to said section 
1201d, a copy of this order shall be transmitted to the 
^^'■u! ^^^i^tive Budget Committee and the U. S. Department 
of Health, Eaucation, and Welfare. ^"u««i. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
19th day of April, A.D. 




nineteen hundred juid seventy- 



sxx. 




ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 







fimiti i« c*iiro«Ni* orvici or itat^ raiNTiMc 



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lExccntiot Bcpartment 

^tt oT CatiTomiQ executive order no. b 17-76 



. H. ^' ' L E D 

In Ml* oHtt, of ilw Sotictory of Jia), 

ol Ih, Slot, of Califc rrl , 

MAv:,; )97:. ' 

MARCIL F0N3 t'J, Sj:-;fv/ tf :;i , 



WHEREAS, in California today there are 2,000,000 
Californians living in rural areas; and 

WHEREAS, a consistent, uniform approach to rural 
and migrant policy is necessary in State Government to assure 
equity of service to those residents; and 

WHEREAS, all agencies and departments operate 
progreuns to provide services which impact on rural and 
migrant populations; and 

WHEREAS , these programs have no central focal 
point, so that duplication, overlap, and in some instcmces, 
gaps in services to rural areas result; and 

WHEREAS, it is necessary to infuse new energy 
Into progrcuns impacting on the rural and migrant population; 

NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED THAT: 

A position of Rural and Migrant Affairs Program 
Coordinator be established in the Health and Welfare Agency, 
whose duties shall be as follows: 

(1) Assure that the Governor's rural and migrant 
affairs policy be carried out in the various 
departments of the State of California. 

(2) Act as an arbiter where disputes arise 
between the departments concerning the 
implementation of rural and migrant policies. 

(3) Act as an exchange point of information for 
rural and migrant programs in various depart- 
ments . 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED THAT: 

All State departments and agencies are instructed 
to comply with such actions as are necessary co carry out 
this Executive Order. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereuiuto set m^ hand and 
causQOl thjk Gr4«t Seal of 
_ of /Calif orniyi 
afisixf^Kthis 4«i\ 
b^ |j[ay,/l^J6^. / 



ATTEST : 





Secretary of State 




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3^3, 




IJKratioe department 

3tatt of CaKfoniia 



^^ FILED 

MAY 12 1976 j 

OMMH KM EU. SKntMy of Stib 



0«|Mty 






E;CECUTIVE order no. B-18-76 



^^ WHEKSAS, we live today in an era of limited resources; 

wastefu?'??^; colSy'liL- burca^^ ".^^^'^^'^^ "^^^ "^ 1-s 
to people and the environment th^n'^K''"?' ^'"^ ^^^^ ^^^™f"l 
past; and "vironmcnt than the technologies of the 

develo^Sf^^;iL\\^:,rtech:::;oJe:' -sert leadership in 
limited reson^r^^c. '^ccnnologies appropriate to an ^r^ 



Ltod resources; 



to an era of 



the stf?^o??s^?o^.;ia^' ^-^^- irr./-' -— - 

effective im^JSaJeiyf ^''^''^ "^^"^ ^^^ °^^'^^ to become 
and He^ear^^L^Ofl?---- -.---jo^ 

and advIse'^hc^Gov^Jnor J^f^f f j'!/""'^"^'?^^ ^^^^^ ^--^ 
and implementing less ro- tlv ^ml i" ^9°"^ies in developinq 
technologies of recyclina L^l ^"^^^ onergy-inton^ive " 
agriculture. on.r,yrl^Ti.TlTn,%lir,n]' ^"-^--^ation. 

directed b^the'staL'Ix ^?tect!^'" Technology shall be 



IN WITNESS VmEREOP, 1 ha.^e here- 

r!^!°/o'' "T^ ''^"'^ ^"^ caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 

California to be affixed thi- 

^^th I (Jay of May, 

hnndcefi fcnA so^nty- 






nxneteen 



SIX 



^'vernor of Californie 




ATTEST 



Secretary of state 



S<^3^ 



i^xtcotivit Btpartmtnt 

^att of California 



FILED 

In ttw offica o' iK* SttrMory cf "al» 
e( llw Slot* e( California 

MAY 2 4 1975 

MARCH FONG EU. ScY«t;-y s' "::'.i 
By (^LutH, ^^A^i^ 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-14-76 

\niEREAS, tiiere are presently 197,000 Native Americans 
residing in the State of California; and 

vaiEREAS, there is a recognized need for consistent 
and equitable trsatiaent of Mative /^ericans; and 

TOIEREAS, there is a special federal-state relation- 
ship which should Le established for the protection of the 
rights of the Wative funerican population under both federal 
and state la\^;; 

IJOVJ, THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED TIIAT: 

The Secretary of licalth and \Jclfare be directed to 
establish within his Ayency tlie Position of Native American 
Program Coordinator, whose duties shall be as follows: 

(1) To define the relationship between the 
Native American population and the state 
and federal governments. 

(2) To assure that Native Americans are 
receiving equitable treatment from 
agencies of the state government. 

(3) To assure that Native American residents 
of the State of California are receiving 
all monies which tliey should be receiving 
from the federal government, including 
but not limited to, the National Indian 
Health Services and the Bureau of Indian 
Affairs. 



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^otc of Caltfomia 



PAGE "nVO 



IT IS FURTHER ORDERED THAT: 

All State departn^ents and agencies are instructed to 
coiatly with such actions as are necessary to carry out this 
Executive Order. 



IN WITNESS WIIE.REOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 2.Gth 
day of May, Ninteen Hundred 
and Sevejity-six. 




-f?overnab: of California V 



ATTEST 



Secretary of State^ 



'x-ufc^,^^ ^/deAAJjliAc^ 









^^3<^ 



^immt department 

^tmt of California 



.= F J L E D _ . 

In Ihc o(Rc« of lh« SlKfolory oF SlM* 1 

ol the StoK of ColiLtnij 

JUN7 197C !| 



EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. B 15-76 

federal govSe'n^ h'a^' reco^n'rL^d^La^.^'""^^ ^^ ^h^ 
3 million Californians 60 Jelrs o? ! ^^^""^ ^^^ "^^^Iv 
and deserve special considPrfff u^^^ ^""^ "^^^^^ who require 
problems of the elderly; fnd ^^^.^"^^ °^ ^he unique^ 

Which c.ffef cSdera^iSn^trthe^'i^ f"^ ^^^^^^ Programs 
e.ual to the -lative^ne^edrof thl^^IJe'i^ly^rand' ^^^'^'""^ 

Charged under'^JderaJ^nd's'f"^"'? °"^^^ °" ^^^"9 is 
development and imp^emenfation^J^'' ^^^^'^ ensuring the 
ordinated system of deliver^ c^f f ^ ^o^nprehensive and co- 
by coordinating existing «^ services to the elderlv 
untapped resouLesJ a^S^ services and pooling exis^Ing'^but 

by identifyinTand P^oUnlT.rsl^J'^'' Committee on Aging, 
state government structurl ^nH k^.''^^°"'''=^^ within the 
means of self-help pTriTcUatiL^^'^^'f^^^P^'^^ ^" effective 
contribute significantly Jrcos? rfdn ?^^ Persons, can 
of social programs. ^ "^'^ reduction in a wide range 



NOW, THEREFORE, It is ordered that. 



State HealJi\n'dPSe^'?:;:%ge"n'ce"in^r Tt^'\" ^^^ California 
departments and offices whn=^^' ^^^ °*^^^^ State 
pate in programs of cS?ren? or fT ' ^^™i"ister or partici- 
jom with the Californiroff?^ *'"''^ benefit to the elderlv 
ornia Interdepartmenta"l^o°^l,^Lro?^ig"Lg'? fnT ^^^ ^^'"- 



shall con 
Committee 
on Aging 
over for 
directors 
eliminate 
the elder 
the state 
which sen 



. He shall delegate to fhfn '"^^tmg of this 
the responsibili?J''|or conLnir''^°:^ °' ^^^ O^^i^e 
subsequent regular gather?n^= ? ^"'^ presiding 
of departments and Sfffo«2^K°^ appropriate 
duplication and gfpf fr^Lvicer''/''""^^^^ ^"'^ 

ior Citizens aged^^O^L^d o^^^.^-— -^-ef 



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^te of Callfomla 



PAGE TWO 



prove the quality of life for themselves and for the total 
citizenry. 





IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California to 
be affixed this 4th day 
of Jvme, .laW^ . 




tovefndr 



ATTEST: 



by. 



Secretary of State 



Deplity :>eci' 







m 



Pflmiti tm cAtirOBMi* evrici or hatm »iiNTiito 






J^J^ 






i^KcotitJC ©tpartmcnt 

3tate or Caliromia 



JULl 1976 

LOi S«ratwy or SMO 




c-.~v 



AMENDED 
EXECUTIVE ORDER 



B 20-76 



WHEREAS, California has one of the highest unemployment 
rates in the nation; ar d 

WHEREAS, public service employment programs under the 
Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) of '973 were 
created to provide temporary and permanent employment with 
special consideration provided to veterans, welfare recipients, 
and severely disadvantaged persons; and 

WHEREAS, pursuant to the applicable titles and amendments 
of the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act, including 
Titles I, II, III, and VI, prime sponsors are authorized to 
enter into subgrants and contracts with the State of California 
to establish applicable employment programs; 

NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED THAT: 

I 

All State departments participate to the maximum extent 
feasible in employment programs under the Comprehensive 
Employment and Training Act by providing both permanent and 
temporary jobs to unemployed persons with special consideration 
to be given to veterans, welfare recipients, and severely 
disadvantaged persons; and 

II 

Individuals employed to perform services in these public 
employment programs under CETA for agencies of the State of 
California, may be appointed by the Governor of California or 
by departments under the civil service system; and 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED THAT: 

III 

The State Personnel Board is authorized to coordinate and 
manage public service employment programs under CETA for all 
jobs in State departments through June 30, 1976; and 



Effective July 
shall coordinate and 
under CETA for al 1 jobs 



IV 

1, 1976, Employment Development Department 
manage public service employment programs 



in State departments; and 



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, ^xecutitie Bcpartmcnt 

^tatt or California 



PAGE TWO 



As of April 1, 1975, Employment Development Department 
shall be responsible to actively seek and negotiate available 
funds from CETA prime sponsors and the Department of Labor for 
public service employment programs; and 

VI 

The Coordinating Office for Public Service Employment is 
established within the Governors Office and is authorized to 
provide for administration of the employment processing for 
appointments of the Governor of California under public service 
employment programs; and 

VII 

The Executive Officer of the Coordinating Office for 
Public Service Employment is authorized to exercise the power 
to execute any necessary appointment documentation and the 
administration of the oath of office for the purpose, and to 
the extent only of the administration, of employment programs 
under the Emergency Employment Act of 1971 and the Comprehens i V( 
Employment and Training Act; and 

VIII 

That authority under Executive Order B 1-75 is hereby 
cancel led. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 30th 
day of June, 1976. 




3A3i 



FILED 

AUG4 1976 



D I R E C TIP N 



mmuvmK 



Daputy 



TO the State treasurer under provisions of The State College 
Revenue Bond Act of 1947 (Education Code §§24501 et seq.) 



TO The Honorable Jesse M. Unruh , State Treasurer: 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State Univer- 
sity and colleges, on July 14, 1976, adopted a resolution 
authorizing the issuance of California State College, San 
Bernardino Student Union Revenue Bonds and of $500,000 prin- 
cipal amount of Bonds of Series A, and said resolution was ap- 
proved by the State Board of Control of the State of California 
at a meeting duly held on July 20, 1976; and 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State Univer- 
sity and colleges, on July 14, 1976, adopted a resolution re- 
questing that the State Treasurer be directed to offer said 
Bonds of series A for sale, and to sell the same, in the 
parcels and numbers set forth xn the form of notxce contained 
in said resolution, and authorizing and requesting the State 
Treasurer to cause a notice inviting sealed bids for the pur- 
chase of said Bonds of Series A to be published in the manner 
and form provided in said resolution, and said resolution 
was approved by the State Board of Control of the State of 
California at a meeting duly held on July 20, 19 76; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, JR., Governor 
of the State of California, hereby direct that you, as State 



• « 



Treasurer, offer said bonds for sale, and sell the same, in 
the parcels and numbers and pursuant to the terms and condi- 
tions set forth in the form of notice contained in said 
resolution of the Trustees of the California State Univer- 
sity and Colleges. Said bonds to be so sold shall be $500,000 
principal amount of California State College, San Bernardino 
Student Union Revenue Bonds, Series A, dated August 1, 1976 
and numbered Al to AlOO, inclusive. The sale shall take place 
at the office of the Treasurer of the State of California 
in Sacramento, California, on such date prior to October 1, 
19 76 as you may determine. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 



this ^^J*day of July, 19 76 




SECRETARY OF STATE 



By 



C^^ JL^-^^^^y^ 



[Seal] 



3^3 7 



iExtcutiDc ©tpartment 

^attorcattfomia 



FILED 

In the offlc« o* ih» Secrrtary of Stat* 
of the Sto!« oJ Colifornlj 

SlP14197S 

MAROH FONa EU, Secrotery c; '-■ 






OF A 
STATE OF EMERGENCY 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of 
California, having been informed that conditions of extreme 
peril to the safety of persons and property occurred within 
the Counties of Imperial and Riverside, State of California, 
on September 10, 1976; That such conditions resulted from 
high winds, heavy rains, and flooding, and were beyond the 
control of the services, personnel, equipment and facilities 
of said Counties; and that the Boards of Supervisors of the 
Counties of Imperial and Riverside have requested this office 
to proclaim a State of Emergency in said Counties. 

I therefore proclaim the existence of a State of 
Emergency nnd hereby implement the California Peacetime 
Emergency Plan in the Counties of Imperial and Riverside. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hdve unto 
set my hand and cause the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed thij 
13th day of September ninet 
hundifed lan^ sev^ft^Jty-six 





ATTEST 



L 



xc 



Secretary of State 



by. 



>. 



U 



ptimUi in cAttruBHl* orricx or 



o / 




,.,.,. ,.WPflUt.y Secretary of Staft/o 




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— TTI 



Jxccutioc Btpartmfnt 

;^tatc of Caliromia 



In tli» office of iIm S»cr«faiy of Ji:,t(, 
of the Stale of Colilomlj 

SEPl'n97C 

MASCH f^N3 EU. Siwotery t.' '-'... ,, 



PROCLAMATION 



I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the State of 
California, do hereby proclaim that a General Election will 
be held throughout this State on Tuesday, the second day of 
November, 1976, at which the following offices are to be 
filled: 

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS; 

ONE UNITED STATES SENATOR; 

REPRESENTATIVES TO THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES 
from each of the forty-three congressional districts of 
the State; 

STATE SENATORS from the odd-numbered districts of the 
forty senatorial districts of the State; 

MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY from each of the eighty 
assembly districts of the State; 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT in various counties as 
certified by the Secretary of State. 

Also, such other state, county and judicial district, 
or other offices as are provided by law to be filled at 
such election. 

I further proclaim that at such election there will 
also be submitted to the vote of the electors such proposed 
constitutional amendments, questions, propositions and 
initiative measures as are required to be so submitted by 
the Constitution and laws of this State. 

I further proclaim that there shall be held on the 
Scune day and consolidated with such General Election those 
special elections called by the Legislature and that there 
shall be submitted to the vote of the electors at such 
consolidated election those proposed constitutional amend- 
ments and other propositions which the Legislature has 
directed to be submitted at those special elections. 

And I do hereby offer a reward of One Hundred Dollars 
($100.00) for the arrest and conviction of any person who 
violates any provisions of Division 15 of the Elections Code; 
the rewards to be paid until the total amount hereafter 
expended for the purpose reaches the sum of Ten Thousand 
Dollars ($10,000.00). 



Bta 



^ImuJ i« CALirotMi* ovrici or ir«ri rmtMTiN* 



i^xccorioc Bcpartmtnt 

^m or Cabfomu 



-2- 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set my hand and affix 
the Great Seal of the State of California this 17th day 
of September, 1976. 




ATTEST 




l/kaAcS^ 



-TW^^ tOL. 



Secretary of State 



h^ 



vMuVj SvL rotary o.' '. 



primtfj im CAIIVOBKU orrici or itati rsiMTiHe 



3^ y/ 



l!xtcotit)t Btpartmcnt 

State of Cjlifomia 



P-iOCLAMATiON 

OF A 
STATE OF EMERGENCY 



F 1 L i£ IJ 

ii* f!W effke of tht Secrc»ory of S' ^ 
©f the $tot* of Co'i'c-rnlj 

SLi'2 11970 

^A/^•Tl FONa FU, Serrat.-'y t: 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, having 
been informed that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property occurred within the Counties of San Bernardino and San Diego, State 
of California, beginning on September 10, 1976; that such conditions resulted 
from high winds, heavy rains, and flooding, and were beyond the control of the 
services, personnel, equipment and facilities of said Counties; and that the 
Boards of Supervisors of the Counties of San Bernardino and San Diego have 
requested this office to proclaim a State of Emergency in said Counties, 

I therefore proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency and 
hereby implement the California Peacetime Emergency Plan in the Counties of 
San Bernardino and San Diego. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Gre 
Seal of the State of Cdiiforni 
to be affixed thi ^^^C - da 
of September nineteen hundred and 
sevejuty- 





ATTEST 



l/U/MJk "hv 



Q 



Secretary of State 

Deputy Socrotury"~or"£01^ — 




uumiiM omn w nan tmnm 



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tSxtmciot Bcpartment 

^atrofCflliromia 



EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. B-22-76 



r I L £ D 

'i ;K« cffice of !h« S«<rptnry of 5' ; 
of the Stat* of Ca!U.rn1i 

Sl'' •197' 



WHEREAS, the right to privacy and the right to petition 
one's governaent for the redress of grievances are fun- 
damental rights granted and secured to all individuals 
by the Constitution of the State of California; 

WHEREAS, individuals should have a right to gain access 
to information pertaining to them which is maintained 
by government unless there is a clear and overriding 
public interest in withholding such information; 

WHEREAS, individuals should have a right to correct any 
misinformation that is being maintained on them by their 
government; 

WHEREAS, the government has an obligation to collect 
only that information for which there exists a compel- 
ling state interest and to ensure the accuracy and reli- 
ability of such information; 

WHEREAS, every individual should be informed of the uses 
that will be made of information he or she is asked to 
supply to the government; 

WHEREAS, state agencies under the supervision of the 
Governor can provide a model for all other agencies of 
the Executive Branch as well as for local governments 
in administering programs designed to implement the 
rights and principles outlined above; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, hereby issue this order to become 
effective on January 1, 1977. 

DEFINITIONS 

Section 1. For the purposes of thj.s order; 

(a) The term "file" means a collection 
of information which is retrieved by 
the name of an individual or by some 
Identifying particular assigned to ao 
individual. 

(b) The term "individual" means a natural 
person acting in his or her individual 
and private capacity. 



ttlmttt Im I 



^^xccutiDt Bcpartmcnt 

^tc of Caliromia 



The term "agency" shall include all 
agencies of the Executive Branch of 
state government except those which 
are established by Constitutional 
provision. 

GENERAL AGENCY REQOIRBMEWTS 



Section 2. Bach agency shall: 



(a) Maintain only that information which 

is relevant and necessary to accomplish 
a purpose of the agency required or 
authorized by statute. 

(b) Attach to any form used to collect 
information from individuals a state- 
ment containing the following, unless 
such information is already contained 
in the form itself: 

(1) The name of the agency that is 
requesting the information. 

(2) The title, address, and telephone 
number of the agency official 
who is responsible for the main- 
tenance of the information. 

(3) The authority which authorizes 

the maintenance of the information. 

(4) With respect to each item of infor- 
mation, whether submission of 

such information is mandatory 
or voluntary. 

(5) The consequences, if any, of not 
providing all or any part of the 
requested information. 

(6) The principal purpose or purposes 
for which the information is to 
be used. 

(7) The individual's right to review 
files maintained on him or her by 
the agency. 

(c) Maintain all files with accuracy, rele- 
vance, timeliness, and completeness. 

(d) Ensure that no information in a file 
is transferred outside the agency or 
to another agency unless the transfer 

is compatible with the purpose for which 
it was collected, 



iJxtnitltit ©epartment 

Statt of (LiliTomia 



(e) 



Ensure that no information is destroyed 
for the purpose of avoiding compliance 
with this order. 



(f) Ensure that no individual is denied 
access to any information which has 
been utilized in a determination which 
affects that individual. 



mccbss and amendments to records 

Section 3. Bach agency that maintains files shall: 

(a) Permit any individual upon request 
and proper identification to gain 
access to the original or a complete 
copy of any file pertaining to such 
individual. A file in active use 
£>nail be made available within 30 days 
of the request; a stored file, within 
60 days. An individual shall not be 
permitted to gain access to any file 
that does not pertain to him or her 
except as provided under the Public 
Records Act (Section 6250 et seg. of 
the Government Code) or pursuant to 
statutes or judicial decisions relating 
to discovery during litigation. 

(b) Permit the individual to request in 
writing an amendment to the file, and 
within 30 days of such request: 

(1) Make any correction requested 
by the individual; or 

(2) Permit the individual to file 
d concise statement of dispute 
which shall be included as a 
permanent part of the file; or 

(3) with the agreement of the individ- 
ual, destroy disputed information. 

(c) Provide at reasonable coat copies of 
any documents within a file to which 
the individual is entitled to obtain 
access. 






£xecutit)t Btpartmtnt 

iStattorCaUrornia 

EXEMPTIONS 

Section 4. (a) Nothing in this order shall be construed 

to allow an individual access, not 
otherwise authorized by law, to infor- 
mation in a file compiled in reasonable 
anticipation of a civil action or 
administrative adjudicatory proceeding 
against such individual. 

(b) Nothing in this order shall be con- 
strued to allow an individual access 
to information which is required by 
law to be kept confidential. 

(c) Nothing in this order shall be con- 
strued to allow an individual access 
to testing or examination material, 
the disclosure of which would compro- 
mise the objectivity of the process, 
or to medical or psychiatric material, 
the disclosure of which would, in com- 
petent medical opinion, be detrimental 
to the individual. 

(d) Nothing in this order shall be con- 
strued to allow an individual access 
to files containing information used 
solely for the purpose of verifying 
and paying government health care 
service claims made pursuant to 
Division 9 (commencing with Section 
10000) of the Welfare and Institutions 
Code. 

(e) Nothing in this order shall be con- 
strued to allow an individual access 
to files; 

(1) Maintained by an agency for the 
purpose of enforcing criminal 
laws or preventing crime where 
such files are used exclusively 
for law enforcement investiga- 
tive information and information 
in such files is acquired in 
conjunction with the investigation 
of criminal activity; or 

(2) Maintained by correctional or 
parole authorities; and 



PrtmUd to CALiroiMi* orviei or itaii rimriNa 



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3JxtcutiUE ©Epartmcnt 

^m ofCaliroriiia 

(3) The files exempted under subdivi- 
sion (1) or (2) above consist 
of information compiled for the 
purpose of a criminal investigation, 
including reports of informants 
and investigators, and associated 
with an identifiable individual. 

REVIEW OF AGENCY DECISIONS AND ACTIONS 

Section 5. Whenever an individual is dissatisfied 

with an agency's decision or actions relating 
to the implementation of this order, he 
or she may file a petition with the Office 
of Administrative Hearings which will mediate 
the disagreement and ensure that the agency 
is in full compliance with this order. 



IN WITNESS THEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 29th 
day of September 1976. 




ATTEST ! 



Secretary of State 



Deyuty Secretary of Stye rS\ 



fit%ui Irm e.tiroKHt* opFict or itati »bintino 



5-5 ^3 



f:> 



I* Mm oMc* tt Hm Swntory sf 
e< Mm State •( CotHorala 



i^xecutitiE Btpartment 

^tate or (TaUfomia 



N0V8-197C 



IMICHFO 



EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. B-23-76 




Dt/jty 



WHEREAS, the Political Reform Act of 1974, Government 
Code Section 87100 et seq . , requires all offices, departments, 
and agencies to adopt a Conflict of Interest Code; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, hereby adopt this Conflict of Interest Code for 
the Governor's Office to become effective on December 1, 1976: 



CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODE 



I. Introduction. 

This Code is adopted pursuant to the Political Reform 
Act of 1974, Government Code Section 87100 et seq . The 
Governor's Office Statement of Economic Interests is attached 
to this Code as Exhibit "A" and incorporated by reference 
herein, and contains a complete description of the manner of 
disclosing reportable interests which, pursuant to Government 
Code Sections 87206 and 87207, is required. Each designated 
employee shall comply with all requirements of the Statement 
of Economic Interests. 

II. Designated Employees. 

(a) Persons holding the following positions are 
"designated employees" : 

Executive Assistant to the Governor 

Senior Assistant to the Governor 

Assistant to the Governor 

Administrative Assistant II 

Administrative Assistant I 

Staff Assistant 

Junior Staff Analyst 

Consultants to the Office of the 
Governor who are public officials 
within the meaning of Government 
Code Sections 82048 and 87100, 
and 2 Cal. Adm,. Code Section 
18700(a) (2) 



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PAGE TWO 



(b) Persons on assignment from another agency 
to the Governor's Office holding positions 
which entail the making or participation 
in making of governmental decisions which 
may materially affect any financial 
interest shall be designated en^loyees 
within this Conflict of Interest Code. 

(c) The Executive Assistant to the Governor 
shall upon the assignment or appointment 
of persons to positions within paragraph 
(b) , notify such persons of their cover- 
age within the provisions of this Code. 

The Director of Administration shall maintain a list 
of all designated employees. 

III. Statements of Economic Interests. 

Each designated employee shall file an annual statement 
disclosing that employee's reportable interests. The follow- 
ing interests are reportable: 

(a) Any California business entity in which 
the designated employee has a direct or 
indirect investment worth more than one 
thousand dollars ($1,000); 



(b) 



(c) 



(d) 



Any interest in real property located 
in the State of California, other than 
the principal residence of the employee, 
in which the designated employee has a 
direct or indirect interest worth more 
thcui one thousand dollars ($1,000); 

Any California business entity in which 
the designated employee is a director, 
officer, partner, trustee, employee, or 
holds any position of management (here- 
inafter referred to as management posi- 
tions) ; 

Any income from a source within Cali- 
fornia other than loans by a commercial 
lending institution in the regular 
course of business, aggregating two 
hundred fifty dollars ($250) or more 
received by or promised to the desig- 
nated employee during the reporting 
period; 






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^atc of California 



PAGE THREE 



(e) Any gifts from a single source of 
twenty-five dollars ($25) or more 
received by or promised to the desig- 
nated employee during the reporting 
period. 



IV. Filing of Statement. 

(a) All designated employees shall file an 
initial Statement of Economic Interests 
with the Director of Administration 
within 30 days of the adoption of this 
Executive Order. The initial Statement 
of Economic Interests shall report all 
reportable investments, interests in 
real property, and management positions 
held by the employee as of the effective 
date of this Code. 

(b) Annual statements shall be filed by all 
designated employees during the month 
of January, disclosing reportable in- 
vestments in business entities, inter- 
ests in real property, income, gifts 
and management positions held or re- 
ceived in the period since the closing 
date of the employee's previously filed 
3t.atemerkt and December 31et.. 

(c) Persons who become designated employees 
must file initial statements at least 
ten days before assuming employment, un- 
less earlier assumption of employment is 
required by emergency circumstances. 

(d) Upon leaving employment in the Governor's 
Office, each designated employee must 
file a statement covering amy period sub- 
sequent to the adoption of this Code 
which is not included in his or her most 
recent Statement of Economic Interests 
filed pursuant to this Code, disclosing 
all reportable interests specified in 
Section III of this Code. 

(e) The Director of Administration, who shall 
be the filing officer, shall provide ad- 
vance notice of each filing deadline to 
all designated employees. 



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^tatc of California page four 



V. Disqualification. 

Each designated employee shall disqualify himself or 
herself from maJcing or participating in making any decision 
when it is reasonably foreseeable that the decision will 
have a material financial effect on any reportable interest 
of the employee. A reportable interest is any interest 
which is reportable on the Governor's Office Statement of 
Economic Interests except gifts of less than $250. If the 
material financial effect of the decision on the employee's 
financial interest is not distinguishable from its effect on 
the public generally, or on a significant segment of the 
public, disqualification by the designated employee is not 
required. 



VI. Definitions. 

All terms are defined as provided in the Political 
Reform Act of 1974, the regulations of the Fair Political 
Practices Commission, and any amendments to the Act and 
regulations. 

In addition, "California business entity" is any 
business entity which operates for profit if the entity or 
any parent, subsidiary, or otherwise related business entity 
has an interest in real property in California or does 
business, plans to do business, or has done business In 
California within two years of this statement. 

"Indirect investment or interest" means any invest- 
ment or interest owned by the spouse or dependent child of 
a designated employee, by an agent on behal:*: of a designated 
employee, by any business entity controlled by the desig- 
nated employee or by a trust in which he or she has a sub- 
stcuitial interest. A business entity is controlled by a 
designated employee if the employee, his or her agents, 
spouse and dependent children hold more than fifty percent 
of the ownership interest in the entity. A designated em- 
ployee has a substantial interest in a trust when the 
employee, his or her spouse and dependent children have a 
present or future interest worth more theui one thousand 
dollars ($1,000). 



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IJxtcutioc ©cpartment 

^tt of (California 



et jej. ^"^' Oo'erntient code Section 87200 

VII. Sanctions. 

i»/4. Government Code Section 91000 et seq. 



IN WITNESS THEREOF, I have hereLmto 
set my nand and caused the Great 

to L'^%^-^ ^''^''^ °^ California 
to be affxxed this sixth 

Sn°h T^!?^^^ ' '^•D. nine- 
teen hundred and seventy-six. 






Governor of California 




ATTEST 



Secretary of State 



/O 



b7:2 







"EXHIBIT 'A'" 
(with Schedules A through H) 



GOVERNOR'S OFFICE 



STATETUi^NT OF ECONOMIC INTERESTS 



1. Ncune (print). 



Address 



(Residence or Business) 
Check the appropriate box: 

( ) This is my initial Statement. (Complete 
only Schedules A, B, C and D, Do not 
complete Schedules E, F and G.) 



( ) This is my anniversary Statement. 
(Complete all Schedules.) 



Reporting Period: 



January 1 , 



to December 31, 



( ) This is my termination Statement. (Complete 
all Schedules.) 



Reporting Period: 



to 



(Termination Date) 



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Schedule A. 
Investments over $1,000 



You must report each of your investments valued over $1,000 in 
any California business entity. An investment is any direct or 
indirect financial interest in or security issued by a business 
entity, including but not limited to, common stock preferred 
stock, rights, warrants, options, debt instruments and any 
partnership or other ownership interest. 

You must also indicate whether the value of your reportable in- 
vestment exceeds $10,000 or $100,000. You should consider the 
highest fair market value of the asset during the period covered. 
You should indicate the date you acquired or disposed of the in- 
vestment only i_f acquisition or disposal occurred during the 
reporting period. 

In addition, if you or your spouse owns directly, indirectly 
or beneficially a ten percent or greater interest in a business 
entity or trust which holds investments in other business enti- 
ties which do business, plan to do business or have done busi- 
in the last two years in California, you must report your pro 
rata share of such investments if your share is worth over $1,000. 



EXCEPTICVS: DO NOT report the following as investments; 

- Any investment of less than $1,000 value. 

- Time or demand deposits in financial institutions 
(e.g., bank accounts, savings accounts). 

- Shares in a credit union. 

- Insurance policies. 

- Bonds and other debt instruments issued by any 
government agency. 



(Name of Company) 



(General Description of 
Business Activity) 



(Nature of your Interest, e.g.. 
Common Stock, Partnership, etc. 



Date 
Acquired_ 



Date Disposed 
of 



(Check One) 

( ) Value exceeds $1,000 but 
does not exceed $10,000. 

( ) Value exceeds $10,000 but 
does not exceed $100,000. 



{ ) Value exceeds $100,000. 



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Schedule D. 
Intert;sts in Real Property over $1,000 



You must report each direct or indirect interest in real property 
located in California, other than yonr i:irincipa1 residence , if 
the fair market value of your interest is more than $1,000. An 
interest in real property is any leasehold, beneficial or owner- 
ship interest, or an option to acquire iiucli an interest in real 
property. 

If you have a loan on your real property, you should consider 
only your equity interest. For example, if you own property with 
a fair market value of $25,000 in which you have an $8,000 equity 
(with $17,000 still owed to the mortyagee) , your reportable inter- 
est is §0,000. You should indicate the date you acquired or dis- 
posed of the real property only if acquisition or disposal occur- 
red during the reporting period. 

In addition, if you or your spouse owns directly, indirectly or 
beneficially a ten percent or greater interest in any business 
entity or trust which holds real property in California, you must 
report your pro rata share in the property if your share is worth 
over $1,000. 



(Street address or precise 
location of property. If no 
street address, use book and 
pabe number at which deed is 
recorded, obtainable from 
County Recorder's Office.) 



(Check One) 

( ) Value exceeds $1,000 but 
does not exceed $10,000. 



(Nature of interest, e.g. equity. 
Option.) 



( ) Value exceeds $10,000 but 
does not exceed $100,000. 



Date 
Acquired_ 



Date Disposed 
of 



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Schedulc C. 

Investments and Interests in Real Property 

Held by California Business Entities you Control 

If you hold a direct or indirect interest of 50 percent or more 
in a California business entity listed in Schedule A, you must 
report all investments of that entity worth over $1,000 in Cali- 
fornia business entities, and all interests in real property worth 
over $1,000 held by that entity in California. A separate 
Schedule C must be completed for each business entity. 



(Name of Entity you Control) 



C(l) Investments held by business entity you control. 



(Name of Investment) 



(General Description of Business 
Activity) 



(Nature of Interest, e.g. Common 
Stock, etc. 



Date 
Acquired 



Date Disposed 
of 



(Check One) 

( ) Value exceeds $1,000 but 
does not exceed $10,000. 



( ) Value exceeds $10,000 but 
does not exceed $100,000. 



( ) Value exceeds $100,000. 



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C(2) Interests in real property held by business entity 
you control. 



(Street address or precise location 
of property. If no street address, 
use book and paye number at which 
deed is recorded, obtainable from 
County Recorder's Office.) 



(Mature of interest, e.g., equity, 
option.) 



Date 
Acquired 



Date Disposed 
of 



(Check One) 

( ) Value exceeds $1,000 
but does not exceed 
$10,000, 



( ) Value exceeds $10,000 
but does not exceed 
$100,000. 

( ) Value exceeds $100,000 



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Schedule D. 



Management Positions 



Yoii must list any California business entity in which you are now 
a director, officer, partner, trustee, employee or hold any posi- 
tion of management. 



EXCEPTIONS: DO NOT report a business entity in which you 

have a management position if the organization 
or enterprise is not operated for profit. 



Name of Entity 



Your Position 



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Schedule E. 
California Income Aggregating $250 or More 



You must disclose income from any source within California of any 
nature acjgreyating $250 or more which you receive from any one 
source during the reporting period. 

EXCEPTIONS: DO NOT report the following as income: 

- Income from a former employer if all income from the 
employer was received by or accrued to you prior to 
the time you become a designated employee, the income 
was received in the normal course of your (anployment, 
and you have no expectation of renewed employment with 
your former employer. 

- Salary or reimbursements for expenses and per diem 
received from a state or local government agency. 

- Gifts. TTiese are reportable on Schedule F, 

- Loans by a commercial lending institution in the regu- 
lar course of business. 

- Re-.mbur semen t for travel expenses and per diem received 
from a bona fide educational, academic or charitable 
organization. 

- Devise or inheritance. 

- Dividends, interest or other return on a security 
which is registered with the Securities and Exchange 
Commission of the U. S. Government. 

- Interest, dividends or premiimis on a time or demand 
deposit in a financial institution, shares in a credit 
union or insurance policy, payments received under an 
insurance policy, or any bond or other debt instrument 
issued by a government or government agency. 



(Name of the Source of Income) 



(Address of the Source of Income) 



(Business Activity of the Source 
of the Income) 



(Check One) 

( ) Amount or value received 
was greater than $250 but 
was not greater than 
$1,000. 

( ) Amount or value received 
was greater than $1,000 
but was not greater than 
$10,000, 

( ) Amount or value received 
was greater than $10,000. 



(Description of the Consideration, if any, for the income, e.g. 
employment.) 



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Schcdule F. 
Gifts Ag gregating $25 or Mnr-» 



EXCEPTIONS : 



DO NOT report the following as gifts: 



- Any gift of hospitality involving food drink o^ 

.ister-i„-u„. aunt! u":'^;/?""^;:-^?:;• or°ti;r °' 

spouae of any such person cousin, or the 

" JoJ aefiv"red'\n "?' "r^,"" """"• ""hin 30 days. 

- p^^'«%r^-o-cr'*°;-d:?roJi;r!^d^fL-°^- ^- 




(Name of Donor) 



Date(s) of Gift (s) 



(Address) 



Value of Gift(s) 



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Schedule G. 
Income of Business Entities 
Which Provide Legal or Drokerage Services 

You must complete Schedule G if you or your spouse owns a ten 
percent or greater interest in a California business entity which 
provides legal or brokerage services, such as an insurance broker- 
age, a real estate brokerage or a stock brokerage. You must dis- 
close the name, address and business activity of the entity and 
list all persons who paid fees to the business entity if your pro 
rata share from each such person was $1,000 or more. * 



(Name of Business Entity) 



(Address of Business Entity) 



(Description of its Business Activity) 



List the name of each individual or entity who paid 
fees to the above business entity if your pro rata 
share of the fees was $1,000 or more. 



* Sce 2 California Administr a tive Code Section 18740 re D rocedurp 
ror non-disclosure, based on recognized privileg e nnd^r r^^^- — 
rornia law. ' — ^ 



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Rr hedule H. 
Tncome of Business Entities 
m.iili In nn- rrn-"-^- ^'-H^'' ">■ B rokerage Services 

such person was $10,000 or more. 



(Name of Business Entity) 



(Address of Business Entity) 



(D 



escription of its Business Activity) 



List the name of each individual or entity from whom the 
^ove business entity received payments if your pro rata 
!r°^! ^^ i.Lc r^r^eiots from the individual or entity wa 



share of gross receipts from 
$10,000 or more 



was 



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VKRIFICATION 

I declare under penalty of perjury that I have used all 
reasonable diligence in preparing this staten,ent and to 
the best of my knowledge it is true and complete. 



Executed on 
California, 



, 19 , at 



(Signature) 



SA'^¥^ 



^xecutiDt Bepartment 

^tate of Calirornia 



^ FILED 

I* A* ofle* af Km twrttory •> tM« 
a( Km Imm «( CalMonIa 

NOV 2 4 1976 

MARCH FONGEU, $«u«t*ry oUtstt 



PROCLAMATION 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California|( 
by virtue of the power vested in me by Section 18025 of the \ 
Government Code, hereby declare Thursday, November 25, 1976, a i 

holiday for state employees. jl 

ll 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused j 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 1 
24th day of November, 1976. 



ATTEST : 





Governor of California 



l/Umcfii -Jw^ 



Secretary of State 



by. 



Deputy Secretary "j^Fstiu 



frimhd tm CALirokNt* offici or itaii raiMTiMO 



S^H'S' 




iJxccutitiE Btpartmtnt 

^att of California 



F I L E D^ 

DEC 131976 

EXECUTIVE ORDER B-24-76 IWtCH fONO tU, S««t«r» .' II 
WHEREAS special funds are available through federa'^'^^d 

o? L^r to provide manpower services to the people of Calx 
fornia; and 

special manpower projects; and 

WHEREAS, the use of "exempt" appointments would eliminate 
the p^^Sims presented by civil service hiring procedures; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of Cat??orni;, by virtue of the power -d authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective 
immediately: 



individuals hired under specii>l »«"?°""„f "^Sf^/";^?^" 
-f„iefL|!ore""»S"r^P^?itolSr--:rrr"ifc:u.or„ia, 

II 

Thr^ Director of the Employment Development Department is 
auth^Led to eiercise the power to execute any necessary ap- 
poS?menf documentation and' the administration of the oath of 
S?fice ?or the purpose, and only to the extent necessary for 
the administration of special manpower projects . 

IN WITNESS WtlEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this lOth 

f December, nineteen hundred 







of Sta.^ 



D/^uty Gecretnry ofj Jitrt ' 



3^>^6, 



^Kcutiuc ©cpartmcnt 

^tate of Caliromia 



FILED 

«< *it« lint* «( Ci<ll;<rr<i4 



DEC 131976 

MARCH f ONO EU, Socrj Ury .( St:t» 
CERTIFICATE OF ELECTION FOR SIX-YEAR TERM 



Dtpjty 




TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES: 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of California, 
certify that on the second day of November, 1976, S. I. 
Hayakawa was duly chosen by the qualified electors of the 
State of California a Senator to represent the State of 
California in the Senate of the United States for the term 
of six years, beginning on the third day of January, 1977. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed hereto this 10th day of December, 1976. 



QpverndJr 





Secretary of State 



^clcJJ^Joo^r^ 



;uty ifccrctary aT Stata 



Ja CAt-troiMt* orrici or itati •■ihtiii* 



S^y^V 



^xecutint Btpartmcnt 

J5tatc of California 



In lh« offifs of iha Str.'utai/ of Stal 
cf ih» Srot* df ColifOfflio 



1 



MARCH ro;ja EU, Secretj^ of State 
Dy (^L ^Al^u^^ 

"sp^-y !.-r,to-y o( Stat* 



CERTIFICATE OF APPOINTMENT 
TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES: 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of California, 
pursuant to the power vested in me by the Constitution 
of the United States and the Constitution and laws of 
the State of California, do hereby appoint, effective 
the second day of January, 1977, S. I. Hayakawa, a 
Senator to represent the State of California in the 
Senate of the United States for the unexpired term 
ending at noon on the third day of January, 19 77, 
caused by the resignation of Senator John V. Tunney. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed hereto this 28th day of December, 1976. 




L^^ 



Secretary of State 



$rHtltJ ta CALivoiHi* orvici ov iTftit riiimii« 



3c3¥h 



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iJx£cutioc Bepartmcnt 

^tate of (Dliromia 



FILED 

In tht offlca of tht S«r«tary of Sm« 
of *. Slat* of ColKornlo 

JAN10!977 

MWICH RWQ ni. Seergtav of Stito 
Ocpcly 



SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of California, do hereby 
proclaim and order that a special election shall be held on 
the 5th day of April, 1977, within the 22nd Senatorial District 
of the State, to fill the vacancy in the office of Member of 
j Senate from said District resulting from the election of 
Senator Anthony C. Beilenson to the office of Representative 
in Congress. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed hereto 
this 10th day of January, 1977. 




ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



A^ 




PnmlrJ im CALiroBNi* orpici or tT«Tl fRiMTlMa 



J^^ir^? 



I^Kcotiot ©tpartmtnt 

3tate of CiiliTomia 



. H, f LED 

«« '!<• Sh.(, of Colilornlo 

F'"B 181977 

MARCH fONG EU. Secretary of Stete 
Deputy 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-25-77 



th, p"op"ffif''?a^"?Jj^.':,''^=^""= development =.„ .e.efit 



and 



ass 



WHEREAS, California employers look to the State for 
istance m a variety of areas r ^r.^ °^ 



^:„€^r""'=-— --— 



5s com- 



WHEREAS, the establishment of an Office of R„ci„^o„ 
S^utd^^r^eLf a'r "-r °"^'"°^^ --"^ Trfnsp^rL'tiorAge'ncy 
:cco^p?Isr'the\o':il^i'r?L:;r^" '^^'^ ^°^^^"'"^"^ '° 

the S^a^e^ofcl?""?' '' "^r"'".^' ^^°"" ^^- ' Governor of 

ef?ect?ve'?imedlat:iyf '^^^'^^ '^^"^ ^'^^ ^^^ ^° ^-SL 

The Secretary of the Business and TransDortati nn 
aI^I^L;? ?r?h'1 '° establish the posi?iorof%'pecial 
duti:s^%^l^? inclL\!^?b^rLf?ow?nr"^^" OevelopmeSt, who 

^^^ Snef .r'^"^ ""^^ secretary in establishing clear 
lines of communication with California business; 

(2) TO advise the Secretary on the problems and 
concerns of the business community, partic- 
ularly those unique to California's small 
businesses; 



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(3) To respond to inquiries by persons in 
industry, commerce and trade regarding busi- 
ness and economic conditions in California; 

(4) To review recommendations from the business 
community and advise the Secretary on pro- 
posals affecting business conditions in 
California; 

(5) To act as liaison between the business com- 
munity and all departments of State government 
on issues affecting business development and 
to insure that the findings and recommenda- 
tions of each department are reported to the 
Governor. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 17th 
day of February, nineteen 
hundred and seventy-seven 



of ^aii^ornia 





ATTEST 



Secretary of State 



trimUd Im t«iivo«iitA orvici at tTAn vilRTins 



JW-5-6 



m- 



Zumm ©cpartmcnt 

^atc ofCalifomia 



PROCLAMATION 



FILED 



1- j 



In Hid olRct of Ih. S«„fary of Stala 
of th. Slot, of Colifornio 

FFB2 4I977 ! 

MARCH FONG tU 



Deputy 



;ret«ry of State 



the 



"The Lord might not come when you expect 
Him, but He will always be on time." 

For one to analyse the problems of society and 
to anticipate the words and deeds that will bind th 
wounds, IS the gift of prophets. ^ 

hr-^n^^""^^ °^ ^°'"' commitment to truth, your 
brilliance to research, you have brought a new 
dimension m race relations to America. 

T ;,n ^^^ ^"J?"" outstanding work in writing "Roots", 
I am today declaring this day, Sunday, February 26, 
1977 to be "Alex Haley Day." ^ ' 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 
I have hereunto set 
my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the 
State of California 
to be affixed this 
20th day of February. 
1977. 




MERVY!* M. DYMALLY* ^ 

Acting Governor '' 



Attest; 




Secretary of Stite 



^ 



3A^/ 



l^xenitiot ©tpartment 

^tattorcauromia 



, , FILED 

•• th. Stol, of Colifctnia 



EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. B-27-77 



WHEREAS, it is necessary to provide for coordination 
of conununications and directives to insure effective management 

oTthTrroug^iin Ind°^'^ "^ ^'^^^ ^^^"^^^^ ^° ^°^- ^^^ ^"-"« 

WHEREAS, it is necessary to provide for coordination of ' 
communxcatxons between the state and other governmentarageScies 
at the federal and local levels; aycin,j.BB 

State o/r^l J"''^^^^' ^ '■ '^'^""^ ^- ^^°^ ^"^ " Governor of the I 
otate of California, by virtue of the power and authority ' 

Sf^fnKi?."*!*'^'^''^^.^""^^^''"^^"" ^"^ statutes of the State of 
ini 1 t ' hereby initiate on an interim basis the follow- 

IT IS ORDERED that the Drought Emergency Task Force is 
hereby established. Said Task Force shall Consist of repre- 
sentatives of the following state agencies and departments: 

Agriculture and Services Agency 
Business and Transportation Agency 
Health and Welfare Agency 
Resources Agency 

Department of Finance 

Department of Fish and Game 

Department of Food and Agriculture 

Department of General Services 

Department of Health 

Department of Housing and Community Development 

Deparcinent of Navigation and Ocean Development 

Department of Parks and Recreation 

Department of Transportation (Caltrans) 

Department of Water Resources 

Division of Forestry 

Employment Development Department 

Military Department 

Office of Emergency Services 

th^ TcS\ ^°^^«.«|}^ll ^ls° consist of representatives of any of 
the following independent boards and commissions which are 

Ei^ciJfvfordert''''^'^ ^"^ ^"^ voluntarily comply with this 

California Coastal Commission 
California Emergency Council 
California Tahoe Regional Planning Agency 
California Water Commission 
Colorado River Board of California 






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Commission on Housing and Community Development 

Navigation and Ocean Development Commission 

Public Utilities Commission 

Regents of the University of California 

San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development 

Commission 
State Air Resources Board 
State Board of Fire Services 
State Board of Food and Agriculture 
State Board of Forestry 
State Energy Resources Conservation and 

Development Commission 
State Park and Recreation Commission 
State Personnel Board 
State Reclamation Board 
State Resource Conservation Commission 
State Solid Waste Management Board 
State Transportation Board 
State Water Resources Control Board 
Trustees of the California State University 

and Colleges 

The Director of the Task Force shall be Major General Frank J. 
Schober, Commanding General of State Military Forces; and 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the head of each such agency , 
and department and each participating board and commission shaioj 
immediately designate a duly authorized representative to the 
Drought Emergency Task Force; and 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the duties of the Drought 
Emergency Task Force shall include, but not be limited to, the 
direction and coordination of state efforts to combat the 
effects of the drought, and to provide public information 
regarding the nature and extent of the drought and efforts to 
combat the effects thereof; and 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that said agencies, departments, 
boards, and commissions make available to Major General Frank J 
Schober such resources, facilities and personnel as he may 
request; and ^ 



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IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that all state agencies, depart- 
. .11 nLticioatinq boards and commissions shall communi- 

pertaining to the drought. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this fourth 
day of March, nineteen 
hundred and seventy-seven 





Governor cjf CaXifbHnia 



ATTEST 



\Aici\cJ1a \i 



1 c 



\ 



Secretary of State 



by/2fyu>u f^m-UAn^ 



v. J 



3:isa. 



I!xtnitit)t Bepartmtnt 

^attofCalifomia 



FILED 

In lh» af^t of rtw $«rftory of Stoh 
a( tl.> Slot* of California 

M^R^,-1977 

MARSH FONG tU, SecreUry of State 



CORRECTED EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. B-23-76 



rtputy 



WHEREAS, the Political Reform Act of 1974, Government 
Code Section 87100 et seq. , requires all offices, departments, 
and agencies to adopt a Conflict of Interest Code; 



NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of Cdliforniu, by virtue of the power and authority 
vb-stcd in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, hereby adopt this Conflict of Interest Code for 
the Governor's Office, the Office of Employee Relations and 
the Office of Planning and Research. This Order shall become 
effective for employees of the Governor's Office on December 
1, 1976, and for employees of the Office of Planning and 
Research and the Office of Employee Relations on March 1, 
1977: 



CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODE 



I. Introduction. 

This Code is adopted pursuant to the Political Reform 
Act of 1974, Government Code §871.00 et seq. The Governor's 
Office Statement of Economic Interests is attached to this 
Code as Exhibit "A" and incorporated by reference herein, and 
contains a complete description of the manner of disclosing 
reportable interests which, pursuant to Government Code 
SS87206 and 87207, is required. Each designated employee 
shall comply with all requirements of the Statement of Eco- 
nomic Interests. 



II. Designated Employees. 

(a) Persons holding the following positions are 
"designated employees": 

Governor's Office 

Executive Assistant to the Governor 

Senior Assistant to the Governor 

Assistant to the Governor 

Administrative Assistant II 

Administrative Assistant I 

Staff Assistant 

Junior Staff Analyst 

Consultants to the Office of the 
Governor who are public officials 
within the meaning of Government 
Code §§820^.8 and 87100, and 2 Cal. 
Adra. Code §18700 (a) (2) 



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orfice of Planning and Research 

Director 
Deputy Director 
Senior Staff Analyst I 
Senior Staff Analyst II 
senior intergovernmental 

Program Analyst 
Staff Intergovernmental 

Program Analyst 
Associate Intergovernmental 

Program Analyst 
Assistant Intergovernmental 

Program Analyst 
Administrative Assistant I 
Staff Assistant 
Junior Staff Analyst 
Consultants to the Office of 
Planning and Research who are 
public officials within the 
meaning of Government Code 
§§82048 and 87100, and 2 Cal. 
Adm. Code §18700 (a) (2) 



Office of Employee Relations 

Director 

Assistant Director 

Associate Analyst 

Consultants to the Office of 
Employee Relations who are 
public officials within the 
of Government Code §§82048 
and 87100, and 2 Cal. Adm. 
code §18700 (a) (2) 



(b) Persons on assignment from another agency 
to the Governor's Office holding positions 
which entail the making or participation 
in making of governmental decisions which 
may materially affect any financial 
interest shall be designated employees 
within this Conflict of Interest Code. 

(c) The Executive Assistant to the Governor 
shall upon the assignment or appointment 
of persons to ijositions within paragraph 
(b) , notify such ^-ersons of their cover- 
age within the provisions of this Code. 

The Director of Administration shall maintain a list 



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i^lccutiDc Bepartmtnt 

3tatf of California p^ge three 

of all designated employees. 

III. Statements of Economic Interests. 

E^;ch designated employee shall file an annual statement 
disclosing that employee's reportable interests. The follow- 
ing interests are reportable: 

(a) Any California business entity in which 
the designated employee has a direct or 
indirect investment worth more than one 
thousand dollars ($1,000); 

(b) Any interest in real property located 
in the State of California, other than 
the principal residence of the employee, 
in which the designated employee has a 
direct or indirect interest worth more 
thzui one thousand dollars ($1,000); 

(c) Any California business entity in which 
the designated employee is a director, 
officer, partnei , trustee, employee, or 
holds any position of management (here- 
inafter referred to as management posi- 
tions) ; 

(d) Any income from a source within Cali- 
fornia other than loans by a commercial 
lending institution in the regular course 
of business, aggregating two hundred 
fifty dollars ($250) or more received by 
or ijromised to the designated employee 
durincj the reporting period; 

(e) Any gifts from a single source of twenty- 
five dollars ($25) or more received by or 
promised to the designated emx^loyee dur- 
ing the reporting period. 



IV. Filing of Statement. 

(a) All designated employees shall file an 
initial Statement of hconomic Interests 
witl» the Diiector of Administration 
within 30 days of the adoption of this 
Executive Order. The initial Statement 
of Economic Interests shall report all 
reportable investments, interests in 
real property, and management positions 
held by the employee as of the effective 
date of this Code, 



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V. 



(b) Annual statements shall be filed by all 
designated employees during the month 
of January, disclosing reportable in- 
vestments in business entities, inter- 
ests in real property, income, gifts 
and management positions held or re- 
ceived in the period since the closing 
date of the employee's previously filed 
Statement and December 31st. 

(c) Persons who become designated employees 
must file initial statements at least 
ten days before assuming employment, un- 
less earlier assumption of employment is 
required by emergency circumstances. 

(d) Upon leaving employment in the Governor's 
Office, each designated employee must 
file a statement covering any period sub- 
sequent to the adoption of this Code 
which is not included in his or her most 
recent Statement of Economic Interests 
filed pursuant to this Code, disclosing 
all reportable interests specified in 
Section III of this Code. 

(e) The Director of Administration, who shall 
be the filing officer, shall provide ad- 
vance notice of each filing deadline to 
all designated employees. 



Disqualification. 



Each designated employee shall disqualify himself or 
herself from making or participating in making any decision 
when it is reasonably foreseeable that the decision will 
have a material financial effect on any reportable interest 
of the employee. A reportable interest is any interest 
which is reportable on the Governor's Office Statement of 
Economic Interests except gifts of less than $250. If the 
material financial effect of the decision on the employee's 
financial interest is not distinguishable from its effect on 
the public generally, or on a significant segment of the 
public, disqualification by the designated employee is not 
required. 



VI. Definitions. 

All terms are defined as provided in the Political 
Reform Act of 1974, the regulations of the Fair Political 
Practices Commission, and any amendments to the Act and 
regulations. 



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T„ a/q^Hi-inn "California business entity" is any 
«U?olnU within two years of this statem<int. 

„„t o:^;^t:n^t^sr„:anrtS t^-r^; SeSnafn? ^snf ;f 

employee, uy « .y which he or she has a substanr^-al 

^^irHt A business eiJit? is controlled by a designated 

iial interest in a trust when the employee, hxs or her spouse 
aid'dependent children have a present or future interest worth 
more than one thousand dollars ($1,000). 

Anv designated employee who has questions about any of 
the te^s or requirements of this Code or Statements of Eco- 
nomic CILrests? should refer to the f ^^-'^-"^oJ^^^^r 
litical Reform Act of 1974, Government Code §87200 et sea- 

VII. Sanctions. 

violation of this Code may subject the employee to the 
civil Sd ordinal sanctions provided in the Polxtxcal Reform 
Act of 1974, Government Code §91000 et seg.. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this fifth 
day of March, A.D. nineteen 
hundred and seventy-seven. 





ATTEST 






Secretary of State 



X, y_/ ' f^XJUf^^A.-tL^ 



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"EXHIBIT 'A'" 
( with Schedules A through iH 



GOVERNOR'S OFFICE 



'TATEMENT OF ECONOMIC INTERf :ST<; 



1. Name (print) 



2. 
3. 



Address 



(Residence or Business) 



Check the appropriate box: 

( ) This is my initial Statement. (Complete 
only Schedules A, B, C and D. Do not 
complete Schedules E, F and G.) 

( ) This is my anniversary Statement. 
(Complete all Schedules.) 



Reporting Period: 



January 1, 



to December 31, 



( ) This Is my termination Statement. (Complete 
all Schedules.) 



Reporting Period: 



to 



(Termination Date) 



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Schedula A , 
Investmgnt-a pyer $i ,nnn 

stock, rights, warrant.. optTonJ debt T^^ ^''°''^ Preferred 
partnership or other ow^erShip interest ""'" *"^ ^^^ 

highest fair market value of th«'.»\ J°".«hould consider the 
YOU should indicate tSe da?e Jo! acauirfl^''^^^'^^ P"^^^ <=°v«"d. 
vestment only if acquisition or rff^S f " disposed of the in- 
reporting periSd. *^"^^^°" o'^ disposal occurred during the 

or" b^n'iL'cJ;iiy rterpj?c^^;^°"'" °^T^ '^^"^"^^ -<^i"ctly 
entity or trus? Ihich holdrinvL?r%'^^ ^"^"^''^ ^'' ^ business 
ties which do business. plJn to 3nT*^' '" °*^*^^^ business ent" 
in the last two years In cJufornL "^" °^ *^*^= ^°"« busi- 

««PTIO«s, 00 »0T ..port t.. ,„X1„„,„, ,. l„„o.t„.„t,: 

- Any investment of less than <;i nnn 

- Time or demand deoorf?. ?! *• ' °? value. 

(e.g.. bank «coun?l Lijnfi"'"*'^*' institutions 

- Shares in a credit u^io^^ accounts) . 

- Insurance policies. 

" ISCf J„j;^t*'JS:.'4*'" '"•"<»."t. i..u.a by any 




(Name of Company) 



(General Description of 
Business Activity) 



(Nature of your Interest, "erg"' 
Common stock. Partnership, etc 



( ) Value exceeds $1,000 but 
does not exceed $10,000. 

{ ) Value exceeds $10,000 but 
aoes not exceed $100,000. 

( ) Value exceeds $100,000. 




Date 
Acquired 



Schedule B. 
Inter t ts in Real Property over $1.000 



You must report -ach flii-nt or indirect, intorost in tcil i^roporty 
located in Califrrnia, otl^cr than yom crincipal residence , if 
the fair market value of your interest is more than $1,000. An 
interest in real property is any leasehold, beneficial or owner- 
ship interest, or an option to acquire such an interest in real 
property. 

If yoti have a loan on yotir real property, you should ronsider 
only your equity intercf>t. For example, if you own ]>ropei ty with 
a fair market value of $25,000 in whioli you have an $n,000 equity 
(with $17,000 still owed to the mortgagee), your reporLablo inter- 
est is $8,000. You should indicate the date you acquired or dis- 
posed o*" the real property only if acquisition or disposal occur- 
red during the reporting period. 

In addition, if you or your spouse owns directly, indirectly or 
beneficially n ten percent or greater interest in any business 
entity or trust which holds real property in CaliTornia, you must 
report your pro rata share in the property if your share is worth 
over §1.000. 



(street address or precise 
location of property. If no 
street address, use book and 
pabe number at which deed is 
recorded, obtainable from 
County Recorder's C^'fice.) 



(check One) 

( ) Value exceeds $1,000 but 
does not exceed $10,000. 



(Nature of interest, e.g. equity, 
option. ) 



( ) Value exceeds $10,000 but 
does not exceed $100,000. 



Date 
Acquirod_ 



Date Disposed 
of 



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^chedule C. 

Tnv^^^tmenti. an d Interests in Heal Property 

Held bv Ca. f— - ftMaint^as Entities yo-a Control 

in a California oMBints - .. ^^'-.^i^^ worth over $1,000 in Call- 
^fo?°fa bisii":rrtities 'anf a!f InLrests in rell property worth 
oJcrluSoi held by that entity in California. A separate 
Schedul^ C must be completed for each business entity. 



(Name of Entity you ControJ) 



Cd) Investments held by business entity you control, 



(Name of Investment) 



(General Description of Business 
Activity) 



(Nature of Interest, e.g. Common 
Stock, etc. 



Date 
Acqui red 



Date' Disposed 
of 



(Check One) 



( ) Value exceeds $1,000 but 
does not exceed $10,000. 



( ) Value exceeds $10,000 but 
does not exceed $100,000. 



( ) Value exceeds $100,000. 



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C(2) Interests in real property held by business entity 
you cont- .1. 



(Street, address or precise location 
of property. If no street address, 
ur.c book and page number at which 
deed is recorded, obtainable from 
County Recorder's Office.) 



(Nature of interest, e.g., equity, 
option.) 



Date 
Acquired 



Date Disposed 
of 



(Check One) 

( ) Value exceeds $1,000 
but does not exceed 
$10,000, 



( ) Value exceeds VJ 0,000 
but does not exceed 
$100,000. 

( ) Value exceeds $100,000 



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9r-Vi<»AulC P. 
^^^^^q ompnt posit ions 



a director, ottict-r, t'o 
tion of management. 



EXCEPTIONS: 



r:nt,TrSnrnrt=i^tr.t^a .or profit. 



Name of Entity 



Your position 



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schedule E. 
rAlifornia Tnrome Aggr^ gatincj $250 or More 



any source within California of^a^V 

nat-irc aq'jreqating $250 or 

source during thr> reportimj period. 



you .au.t disclose - I'l^^T '^Zrefhich you receive from any one 



EXCEPTIONS: DO NOT report the following as income: 

- income from a former employer if all income from the 
employer was received by or accrued to you prior to 
the time you become a designated employee, the income 
was received in the normal courr^e of your employment, 
and you have no expectation of renewed employment with 
vour former employer. ^:„„ 

- Salary or reimbursements for expenses and pc. diem 
received from a state or local government agency. 

- Oifts These are reportable on Schedule F. 

- u^ans by a commercial lending in.stitution in the regu- 
lar course of businesa. . . 

- JelmbSrsement for travel expenses and per diem received 
from a bona fide educational, academic or charitable 
organization. 

- Devise or Inheritance. 

- Dividends, interest or other return on a security 
which is registered with the Securities and Exchange 
commission of the U. S. Government. .^^^„^ 

- interest, dividends or premiums on a time or demand 
deposit in a financial institution, shares in a credit 
union or insurance policy. P^ynents received under an 
insurance policy, or any bond or other debt instrument 
issued by a government or government agency. 



[Name of the Source of Income) 



(Addiess of the Source of Income) 



(Business Activity of the Source 
of the Income) 



(Check One) 



( ) 



{ ) 



{ ) 



Amount or 
was greate 
was not gr 
$1,000. 
Amount or 
was greate 
but was no 
$10,000. 
Amount or 
was greate 



value received 
r than $250 but 
eater than 



value received 
r than $1,000 
t greater than 

value received 
r than $10,000. 



(Descriptio ' n of the Consideration, if any. for the income, e.g. 
employment . ) 



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f ^rhedule F. 
r.ifts Aggregating $7 '^ or More 

Vou must report ,ift» from a single source totalling $25 or more 
during the repor'-lng period. 

EXCEPTIONS: DO NOT report the following as gifts: 

„ ; r4- nf >ir.Br>ital itv involving food, drink or 
" ^o^g1nrwMch°;^u'Siie'reciproca?ed during the report- 

- c.iftr from* your spouse, child, parent, grandparent 
grandchild, brother, sister, parent-in-law. brother or 
!i9ter-in-law, aunt, uncle or first cousin, or the 

- ry^glffwhrchTas SrtT.;d and which you returned 

_ Anrgift°wh!S-wa. not used and which, within 30 days. 
vCu delivered to a charitable organization without 
c?aim!ng it as a charitable contribution for tax pur- 

- oTfts'of informational material, such as books, pam- 
phlets, reports, calendars or periodicals. 



(Neune of Donor) 



Date(s) of Gift(s) 



(Address) 



Value of Gift(s) 



Schedule G. 
Income of Business Entities 
Whicl. "r ovide Legal or Brokerage Services 



Yoii must comple*- Schedule G if you or your spouse owns a ten 
percent or greater interest in a California business entity which 
provides legal or brokerage services, such as an insurance broker- 
ago, a real estate brokerage or a stock brokerage. You must dis- 
close the name, address and business activity of the entity and 
list all persons who paid fees to the business entity if your pro 
rata share from each such person was $1,000 or more. * 



(Name of Business Entity) 



(Address of Business Entity) 



(Description of its Business Activity) 



List the name of each individual or entity who paid 
fees to the above business entity if your pro rata 
share of the fees was $1,000 or more. 



• See 2 California Administrative Code Section 18740 re procedure 
for n on-disclosure, based on recognized privilege under Cali- 
fornia law. - — 



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Schedule H. 
Income of Business Entities 
Which do - t Provide Legal or Brokerage Services 



You must complete Schedule H if you or your spouse owns a tan 
percent or greater interest in a California business entity 
which doen not provide legal or brokerage services. You must 
disclose the name of the entity, its address and a description 
of its .ictivity as well as the name of each person from whom 
the entity received payments if your pro rata share from each 
such person was $10,000 or more. 





(Name of Business 


Enti 


ty) 






(Address 


of 


Business 


1 Ent 


ity) 




(Description 


of 


its Business 


Acti 


vity) 



List the name of each individual or entity from whom the 
above business entity received payments if your pro rata 
share of gross receipts from the individual or entity was 
$10,000 or more: 



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VERIFICATION 

I declare under penalty of perjury that I have used all 
reasonable diligence in preparing this staten^ent and to 
the best of my knowledge it is true and complete. 



Executed on 
California. 



19 



.. at _ 



(Signature) 



v^.?^3 




iJxtcutiDe Bepartmtnt 

^attofCaHromy 

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 



FILED 

In tti« offic* of th« Swcrfftory •? 
of tfw Stot* o( California 

MAR n 11977 

MARCH F0N6 tU. SKratwy of StU* 
B-28-77 *y 4^-^ /^h-^.^^^/^, 



Deputy 



WHEREAS, agriculture is California's number one 
industry, contributing annual gross cash receipts of 
approximately $9 billion to our economy and providing over 
200,000 jobs; and 

WHEREAS, California's agriculture can and should 
play an increasingly important role in international trade 
and commerce; and 

WHEREAS, activities of the Department of Food and 
Agriculture enhancing the quality of food and fiber, 
promoting the distribution of California's agricultural 
products, and fostering the use and preservation of 
agricultural lands, substantially impact on the health and 
welfare of the general public; and 

WHEREAS, California's workers are a pivotal force 
in our economic system and form the very backbone of a 
health economy; and 

WHEREAS, this Administration is firmly committed 
to improving the working conditions of all men and women 
in California; and 

WHEREAS, activities of the Department of Industrial 
Relations promoting equal employment opportunities, providing 
training for apprentices and other workers, mediating labor 
disputes, and ensuring compliance with laws designed to 
protect wage earners, significantly affect the health and 
welfare of the general public; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor 
of the State of California, by virtue of the power and 
authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of 
the State of California, do hereby issue this order to 
become effective on March 21, 1977: 

Section 1. DEPARTMENT OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE 

(a) The Director of the Department of Food 
and Agriculture shall sit as a member 
of my cabinet and shall have direct 
access to my office. 

(b) The Director of the Department of Food 
and Agriculture shall explore and present 
recommendations to me concerning what 
steps can be taken to assist California 
agriculture in promoting and expanding 
foreign trade markets. 



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S^m of CaWbmia 



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Section 2. DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 

(a) The Director of the Department of 
Industrial Relations shall sit as a 
member of my cabinet and shall have 
direct access to my office. 

(b) The Director of the Department of 
Industrial Relations shall maintain, 
within the Agriculture and Services 
Agency, a Sacramento office and may, as 
he deems necessary, utilize the services 
of the Deputy Secretary of that agency 
as his representative in Sacrcunento. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 21st day of 
March, A.D. nineteen hundred 
and seventiiy-seven. 





ATTEST 



Secretary of State 




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lExf ntiot Btpartmtnt 

^attoTCaliromia 

MARCH 
CORRECTED EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. B-28By7Z 



. ^ P" ' LED , 

sf th« Stota at Cdlifa/nl* 



MAR 2 3 1977 



■^ Deputy j 



WHEREAS, agriculture is California's number one 
industry, contributing annual gross cash receipts of 
approximately $9 billion to our economy and providina over 
200,000 jobs; and 

WHEREAS, California's agriculture can and should 
play an increasingly important role in international trade 
and commerce ; and 

WHEREAS, activities of the Department of Food and 
Agriculture enhancing the quality of food and fiber, 
promoting the distribution of California's agricultural 
products, and fostering the use and preservation of 
agricultural lands, substantially impact on the health and 
welfare of the general public; and 

WHEREAS, California's workers are a pivotal force 
in our economic systejn and form the very backbone of a 
healthy economy; and 

WHEREAS, this Administration is firmly committed 
to improving the working conditions of all men and women 
in California; and 

WHEREAS, activities of the Department of Industrial 
Relations promoting equal employment opportunities, providing 
training for apprentices and other workers, mediating labor 
disputes, and ensuring compliance with laws designed to 
protect wage earners, significantly affect the health and 
welfare of the general public; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor 
of the State of California, by virtue of the power and 
authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of 
the State of California, do hereby issue this order to 
become effective on March 23, 1977: 

Section 1. DEPARTMENT OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE 

(a) The Director of the Department of Food 
and Agriculture shall sit as a member 
of my cabinet and shall have direct 
access to my office. 

(b) The Director of the Department of Food 
and Agriculture shall explore and present 
recommendations to me concerning what 
steps can be taken to assist California 
agriculture in promoting and expanding 
foreign trad^ markets. 



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Section 2. DEPARTMENT OF INDUS TRTA^ RELATIONS 

(a) The Director of the Department of 
Industrial Relations shall sit as a 
member of my cabinet and shall have 
direct access to my office. 

(b) T^e Director of the Department of 
Industrial Relations shall maintain, 
within the Agriculture and Services 
Agency, a Sacramento office and may, as 
he deems necessary, utilize the services 
of the Deputy Secretary of that agency 
as his representative in Sacramento. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 22nd day of 
March, A.D. nineteen hupJred 
and s#velity-sey«n . 






ATTEST 



Secretarv of State 




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l!xcnitiot l)cpartmtnt 

^tatt of California 



FILED 

In Hi* o*ct o( lh< SMfftary al 
ol tK« Sla» of California 



r 



MAR 2 5 1977 

MARCH FONG EU. Secrcttry of SuL 
Deputy I 



SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of California, do 
hereby proclaim and order that a special election shall 
be held on the 21st day of June, 1977, within the 46th 
Assembly District of the State, to fill the vacancy in 
the office of Member of Assembly from said district resulting 
from the resignation of Assemblyman Charles Warren. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed hereto this 25th day of March, 1977. 




overnor \ 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



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ixtcoritJt ©cpartmcnt 

3tatc or Caliromia 



SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 



5^-'<- 



■^"Ftt. E D 

In ih% office of ih« Secretory of SlbM 
of »he Stote of Colifornia 




MAR 3 11977 

ONP tU, Secretary cf friJa 



fONP tU, Secretary cf S 



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I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of California, do 
hereby proclaim and order that a special election shall 
be held on the 28th day of June, 1977, within the 44th 
Assembly District of the State, to fill the vacancy in 
the office of Member of Assembly from said district 
resulting from the resignation of Assemblyman Alan Sieroty. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State cf California to be 
affixed hereto this 31st day of March, 1977. 




ATTEST: 



W^COvAl..::r. 9l 



^o 



Secretary of State 







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iEKfutiDt Bepartmcnt 

^cate of California 






EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. B-29-77 



WHEREAS, special funds are available to the State of 
California through Title II of the Public Works Employment 
Act ot 19 76 for the maintenance of basic services customarily 
provided to persons in the State; and 

WHEREAS, the large majority of these services can be 
provided by employees obtained through the California civil 
service selection process; and 

WHEREAS, under special and limitad circumstances, 
appointments exempt from the civil s-arvice may be appropriate; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue ot the power and authority 
''r^^f-i" ""^ ^ ^^'^ Constitution and statutes of the State 
Of California, do hereby issue this order to become effective 
immediately: 



Effective March 1, 1977, the Employment Development 
Department shall have the authority and responsibility to 
coordinate and manage Title II of the Public Works Employment 
program. This authority and responsibility shall include 
but shall not be limited to the development and maintenance 
Of necessary fiscal and programmatic management systems. 

II 

Individuals hired in Title II programs will normally 
be appointed through the civil service process. 

Ill 

Employees exempt from civil service may be appointed 
to Title II projects having staffing requirements which cannot 
reasonably be met through the civil service process. 



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IV 

The Director of the Employment Development Department, 
with the concurrence of the Executive Officer of the State 
Personnel Board, is authorized to exercise the power to 
execute any necessary exempt appointment documents and the 
administration of the Oath of Office for the purpose of, and 
only to the extent necessary for the administration of Title 
II programs. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 7th 
day of April A.D. nineteen 
hundred and seventy-seven. 




f^ (G^UfSJbr of. California ^*— - 



ATTEST ^ Q 
Secretary of State 



\ 



^■^,JLL\ 



Mbuty Secrotaiy cFTt: 






VMS •» •¥*» VMHTIlia 



DIRECTION 



FILED 

In (lift cf)c« of th* S«cr«tary of !Mat« 
of tho Stotf of California 

r^Rl }1977 

i:.AKClirONG ClI, recrchry cf C*.;tt) 



To the State Treasurer under provisions of The State College 
Revenue Bond Act of 1947 (Education Code §§24501 et seq.) 



To The Honorable Jesse M. Unruh, State Treasurer: 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State Univer- 
sity and Colleges, on March 23, 1977, adopted a resolution 
authorizing the issuance of California State College, Stanislaus 
Student Union Revenue Bonds and of $375,000 principal amount 
of Bonds of Series A, and said resolution was approved by 
the State Board of Control of the State of California at a 
meeting duly held on April 5, 1977; and 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State Univer- 
sity and Colleges, on March 23, 1977, adopted a resolution re- 
questing that the State Treasurer be directed to offer said 
Bonds of Series A for sale, and to sell the same, in the 
parcels and numbers set forth in the form of notice contained 
in said resolution, and authorizing and requesting the State 
Treasurer to cause a notice inviting sealed b^ds for the pur- 
chase of saJd Bonds of Series A to be pxiblished in the manner 
and form provided in said resolution, and said resolution 
was approved by the State Board of Control of the State of 
California at a meeting duly held on April 5, 1977; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, JR., Governor 
of the State of California, hereby direct that you, as State 



Treasurer, offer said bonds for sale, and sell the same, in 
the parcels and numbers and pursuant to the terms and condi- 
tions set forth in the form of notice contained in said 
resolution of the Trustees of the California State Univer- 
sity and Colleges. Said bonds to he so sold shall be $375,000 
principal amount of California State College, Stanislaus 
Student Union Revenue Bonds, Series A, dated May 1, 1977 
and numbered Al to A75, inclusive. The sale shall take place 
at the office of the Treasurer of the State of California 
in Sacramento, California, on such date prior to June 1, 1977 
as you may determine. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand a^d 
caused the Great Seal of the State ^ofy Ca^fornia to be aff/^ed 
this 19-t^h day of April, 1977. 



Attest: 









SECRETARY OF STATE 



Byr ^^:L^ h.^y..,^^y 



s^sr 



^KaitiDc ©epartment 

3taa of Califomia 



P * L E n 

«' th. Sta,. of Call J„to ^ 



"puty 



PROCLAMATION 
OF A 

STATE_OFEMERGENCY 



WHEREAS , I previously proclaim.^ ^k 
I , ^ proclaimed the existence of a 

during the month of September, 1976, and 

"H.«B«, I have heen informed that, „.,e,„e„t 
en,r„eeri„, 3„rvev. have ,ho„„ that auhstantu. .a,a,e to 

.r "'"'" '"' "-" — '^ -- — - in the 

^o, xy76, caused by the aamc. o4- 

same storms, resulting in the Board of 

.;--»" o. the count, o. .n. procU.^n, an .ergeno. 
I said county, ^ 

.-tateo,CaU.orn.a,procU.„thee«rete„oeo.astate 
Of Emergency in the County of Inv^ 

and fi ^ "^ ' " ^ "^"""'^ °^ t^- storms 

and flood conditions and damage to publl. h- . 

ye ro public highways and other 
property. "i-uer 



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iJxtnitiDe Btpartmtnt 

3tatt of CJliTomia 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
1 caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 



this fifth 



day of May 




Governor o^California 




1»77. 



Secretary of State 



Deputy Secretary of J 



y of Statp 



frhilti im cALtroiNi* orpici or itati miHTiN 



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iJxtcutitJt Btpartment 



FILED 

In th* offko of lh» S«cr*tary ol Staf* 
of tK« Stal* of Colifc fnJQ piH 

t.mE2tLWNG EU. Secratery ef Jtsti 



^tattofCaHfornia 



i:,:-a:;cu'i'ivE order B-26-77 



WHKREAS, the State Constitution requires that all 
v,v= of the state be put to beneficxal use to the tuiiest 
^xt^n: of which ?hcy J. capable and that they not be 
wasted; and 

WHEREAS California water riyhts law includes imprdi- 
.ents S^?S l^uSesrbeneficial use of Californxa^s water 
resources; and 

WHEIXEAS the current drought har, forcefully underlined 
the ne^ tf^rcvieS all aspects of water resources management 
in California, including water rxghtr; law; 

NO.., THEREFOl^,.!. ^d^nund G f^^^c^^-.f ^^^utSority 

effective imracdiately: 

1 A Governor's Commission to Review California 
water dghts Law is hereby established. 

2 This Conmiission shall be composed of leaders 

^' irom the water law. water ^'^g^"'^^^^"!' I'll^ted 
agricultural communities ana shall be assisted 
by aporopriate staff. Commission men^^r., 
shall be reimbursed for their reasonable ex- 
uenses and Commission members who are not 
Sta?e employees shall receive an honorarium 
o^ one hundred dollars ($100) per meeting day. 



3. 



The commission shall review California water 
riqhts law, shall evaluate proposal ii for 
vilifications in this law, and ^^-J^ --™; 
mend apuroi-riate legislation in a report to 
be submitted to me by June 30, 197B. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this Ht" 
day of Hay, nineteen 
IiundfcAl aiii 





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PROCLAMATION 



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JL'Ml 1977 
MMCH fONS tu, S«;ityir» tl Strti ' 

7 D«I>>rty 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, having 
found that conditions of extreme peril no longer exist which threaten the 
safety of persons and property; and further finding that local authorities 
are now able to cope with the situation; therefore proclaim that the state 
of emergency previously proclaimed on the following dates and in the follow-J 
ing jurisdictions no longer exists, effective immediately: 



November 24, 1975: 
September 13, 1976: 
September 22, 1976: 



ATTEST 




County of Los Angeles; 

Counties of Imperial and Riverside; 

Counties of San Bernardino and San Diego. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 31st day of 
May , 1977. 



Secretary of State 

I^^puty Secretary oMstato 



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iJxecutiot Bepartment 

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PR OCLAMATION. ^ 

OF~A ^** "^""^ '"• -""'I'T t^' suU 




GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 
Secretary of StAte 



uty Secratniy u. 



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JUL n 7 1977 

STATE OFEMERGHUCX - .!/>'^. AiL^tXL^^^ 

c/t«pirty] 7/ I 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, having 
found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property 
exists within the County of Santa Barbara, State of California, beginning on or] 
about July 26, 1977, as a result of major fires which, by reason of their 
magnitude, are beyond the control of the services, personnel, equipment and 
facilities of said county, and having been requested by the Chairman of the 
Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara to proclaim a State of 
Emergency in said county, I therefore proclaim the existence of a State of 
Emergency in the County of Santa Barbara; and 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
i Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 27th day of .Tnly . 1977|. 



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SIAtI rf CAHK>«NIA •ISOU«CI$ ACfNCY 

DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRy" 

.41. N.NTH smr _ Ro ^5j^ 

SAC«AMfMTO, CAlKOtNIA «MU ^-"^^ 

'•elephone: 916/445-9378 



August 4, 1977 



lOMUNP O MOWN )» . G«.^«. 




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Honorable Edmund G. Brown Jr. 
Governor of California 
Governor's Office, state Capitol 
Sacramento, California 95814 

Re. ADMINISTRATION 

iith"he^1tS^=f' Ca[iKrnia'%'^^^^°" ^"^—e 
Idaho and Nevada ^-^^^^^^n^^' Oregon, Washington, 

Dear Governor Brown; 

Assembly Bill No 1641 

amended in June to becomrurnfn^ ^^ Assemblyman Norman Waters wa« 
by you into law on Jnnt 29 flT/dT''^^'''^''- "^^^ ^iU was Signed 
The reason for the urgency 'wa- 7. ""^T^ Chapter 161, stats 19?? 
fxre protection assil?aace Se^w'en'^tSeio ' ^'"'''''^ ^°^ inJerstite ' 
western states because of ^^^^^.^^^^^^^^^^ 

Issis\\^%11a:\^|:r:L^:j^^ PI- fo ^--^-state fire protection 
initially Participatingiherfin ^^T^^'^^'r'y ^^ ^^^ five state" 
^taff of each of our S^partments flrV^^.'^^^ ^^^" reviewed by 
fiscal responsibility r^^^^ ^ operational acceptabilitv 



Respectfully, 



oep«tment olP Gencf 




^i.'^A. MORAN 
Director 



irvices 



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General Servi ces 
Attachment & AB 1643 



CONSHVAIION IS W.SI USI - KI.P CAUrORNIA OMiN AND OOIOIN 



.MAII O* CM1»0«NI* WbOUtttS AOIWCY 



IDMUNO 0. MIOWH ».. 



DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY 

141* MiNTM st»HT _ Room 1512 

$AC«A»aNTO CAllFO«NIA »»' « 

Telephone: 916/445-9378 



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SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT AND PLaW NO. 77-1 

INTERSTATE CIVIL DEFENSE AND DISASTER COMPACT 

for ,, , 

interstate Cooperation and aoint Bxercise of Powers Under^^^ 

Emergency f'°"«t^^^%J°"2f ^"J^p^Jsuant to the Provisions 
of tK Interrtrte'Slviroffense anrSfsaster Compact (1951) 
:nd section 552! Title 16, of the United States Code. 

I. OBJECTIVES 

A TO provide, during emergency conditions, the most effective 

and plan. 
B. TO facilitate and simplify procedures for coordination and 
cooperation . 

II. POLICY 

fire protection services are availalaie. 
n This Dlan approved and adopted by the appropriate depart- 

that are a party to this agreement. 
III. PROCEDURES 

A. Services Available: 



CONSItVATION IS WISI USI — Mtr CMIfOBNIA OMIN AND OOIDIN 



2. 



Each state will furnish to the other states an 
inventory of the types, quantities and capabilities 
of personnel, services and equipment it may be able 
to provide under emergency conditions. 

Such inventories will be supplied by June 15 each 
year and shall be appended to and become a part of 
this plan. 

3 . An inventory may be revised at any time by the 
submitting state. 

B. Implementation of Plan: 



C. 



1. Each state will designate the office responsible for 
initiating requests or responding to requests for 
service pursuant to this plan. Such information will 
include phone numbers and names of personnel if deemed 
appropriate. 

2. This information will be supplied by June 15 each year 
and will be appended to and made a part of this plan. 

3. State requesting service will make its needs known 
directly to the state having the appropriate service 
listed on the inventory described in III.A.l. of this 
plan. 

Responsibilities of Receiving State: 

1. State receiving service from another state has the 
following responsibility: 

a. Supplying food and lodging for all personnel 
involved. 



b. Normal equipment maintenance and repair. 

c. First aid and emergency care. 

d. Return of any personnel immediately to sending 
state because of personal or other emergencies. 
(This may entail use of and payment of costs of 
commercial airlines.) 

State receiving services from another state will 
releas<i immediately all personnel and equipment of 
another state when the emergency is over. 

a. It will notify the sending state immediately of 
all pertinent data relating to the release. 



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D. 



IV. 



Responsibilities of Sending State: 
1 



x„austri.l accident cov.„,e Of ^rsonnel^except for 
emergency treatments aa set tortn 



5. 



sf.:t::erthrrtate;\n'voived. 

public (third party) li'""'' f ^f^rLterrtale'" 
bo in accordance with Provisions of the Inter 
Civil Defense and Disaster Compact (1951). 

.he provision, of ^ -^,J,S\r!ais°of1hrrespect- 
extent authorized or permicueu u^t 

ive states. 

The sendin, -f ^^ Ji,-JjS?r„/sratrandnr''"° 

for liaison between the ^^=^^^J"^gj.sonnel of sending 
personnel of sending state If person ^^ ^^^ ^^^.^^^_ 

state IS divided because or c person will be 

ment, then a 1^^^«°" """^J^ °ni? of operation, 
designated for each separate unit ^ f 



HRTMHURSKMENT AND _PAjmgN^QX-gOgIg. 



Xt is understood that state providing service to another 
state shall be reimbursed by the receivig ^^^ ^^ ,^^ 
SSeftrthrrosrorS-rnAel^'travel. equipment and 
supplies furnished. 

J ^^ ^r.=*-« cshould be submitted 
1. unless otherwise agreed to costs shoul^.^^ ^^^ 

within 90 days of the ^^^^/^J^.^ ^as need for cost 

- r.Ta".s ^f 'tK rectfpt-^f-nrbtrr. rm-ro-tie-ri^se 

agreed to . 



EXISTING AGREEMENTS RECqG NIZtjD 



This agreement -^/Jf ^-rr'.^jfLrsting Tutua! aid or 
i-tKragrremrnfs^or rperafioS plans between states now 
in operation. 

This plan recognizes and in no-vis^nteEded to replace 
or supercede existing ^greements ^^^ween the ^^^ .^^^^^ 

federal or local ^^^^^^^^^^^""^ '.dltional agreements or 
to inhibit the development of jdditionai ag 
planning with other states or agencies. 



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VI, 



ANNUAL REVIEW 



VII, 



\. At least once each year prior to May 1, representatives 
of the parties to this agreement and plan will meet to 
review, analyze and devise improvements for performance 
under this agreement and plan, 

ADDITIONAL PARTICIPANTS 



A. Approving and adopting the specific provisions of this 
agreement and plan . 

B. Submitting executed copies of the plan and agreement to 
the contiguous participating state (s) and such other 
participating states with which said "other state" may 
desire to exchange emergency fire protection service. 

Acceptance of new members to this plan and agreement is at 
the option of each participating state. Consummation of new 
agreements is made by the exchange of fully executed documents 
as provided in Article X. 

VIII. EFFECTIVE DATE AND TERMINATION 

A. This supplemental agreement and plan shall become operative 
immediately between states upon ratification and exchange 
of fully executed documents as provided in Article X. 

B. A state may terminate participation in this agreement plan 
by notification at any time except during periods when 
said state is involved in either supplying or receiving 
services with another state. Said notification and termin- 
ation to be effective upon receipt thereof by the other 
participating states. 



IX. 



DISTRIBUTION 



Approved copies of this plan shall be sent to the United 
States Civil Defense Agency and the following states: 



(1) 
(2) 
(3) 
(4) 
(5) 



Idaho 
Nevada 
Oregon 
Washington 



(6) 
(7) 
(8) 

(9) 
(10) 



PARTICIPATION AND APPROVAL 

This agreement and plan shall become operative immediately 
upon the exchange of executed copies of this agreement and 
and plan by any two or more of the states listed in 
Article II. A. or subsequent contiguous states seeking 
participation pursuant to Article VII. 



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The provisions of the foregoing agreement and plan are 
herewith presented for approval and adoption. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California to 
be affixed this f i f th day 
of August 





KUMUND 
Governor 




MARCH FONG EU 
Secretary of State 



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APPENDIX A 



of 



Supplemental Agreement and Plan No. 77-1 

to 
Interstate Civil Defense and Disaster Compact 

for 
State of California 



PLAN IMPLEMENTATION (ref. Art. I I I.B.I.) 

r*.«r^n5^ following office is responsible for initiating and 
lll'^T.li'orcimTnLT' ''" protection service on Lhalf of 



Duty Dispatcher - 



Emergency Command Center 
California Department of Forestry 



Voice phones (day) 

24-hr. call 

Telex phone . . . 



916/445-9882 
916/445-2655 
916/322-5220 



«nH ^-^"^^^^'^"^Is authorized to approve requests for assistance 
and authorize assistance to other states: 



Director of Forestry . L. A. Moran 



Deputy Director 

of Forestry . . 

Chief of Fire 

Protection Services 



L . E . Richey 



M. O. Schori 



916/445-3976 (ofc.) 
916/421-5306 (res.) 



916/445-3894 (ofc.) 

916/756-3623 (res.) 

916/445-9882 (ofc.) 

916/756-7745 (res.) 



INVENTORY CDF FIREFIGHTING RESOURCES, Effective August 1, 1977 

(ref. Art. III.A.l.) 



Motorized Equipment - Grou nd 



Fire Engines 

Bulldozers with transports: 

Medium 
Heavy 

Water Tankers 

Stakesides 

Handcrew Buses and 

Conservation Camp Vehicles 



361 

25 
53 
23 
88 

25 



Aircraft 



Airtankers - CDF Contract: 
Type Hetardant Average 



S-2 
S-PBY 
DC- 4 
B-17 



800 gals. 

1200 gals. 

2000 gals. 

1800 gals. 



Helicopters - CDF Contract: 

Bell Jet Ranger w/service unit 

Air Coordinator - Aircraft 
Cessna 337 



Speed No. 



190 mph 
145 mph 
190 mph 
175 mph 



16 
2 
1 
2 



13 



Personnel 

Handcrews 



8 Conservation Camp Crews (25 crews - 

remainder of CDF Handcrews are inmates 
and cannot go out of state) 

Fire Control Personnel 

Fire Apparatus Engineers 

Fire Captains 

Fire Crew Supervisors 

Heavy Fire Equipment Operators 

Fire Control Administrators 

Rangers I and FPO I's 
Rangers II, HI «■ IV 
Foresters 



500 men 



425 

601 

30 

147 



181 

122 

85 



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R ecord of Transmittal and R e ceipt 



Executed copies of this plan are hereby submitted to the following 
states pursuant to the provisions of Article X of Supplement Agree- 
ment and Plan No. 77-1 to Interstate Civil Defense and Disaster 
Compact executed the fourth day of August 1977: 

STATE Copy received by Date 

State of Idaho 

State of Nevada 

State of Oregon 

State of Washington 



Attachment 



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AUG 8 - 1377 

ryo tU. S«irt»r, i.f St!* 
Oepwty 






EXECUTIVE ORDER B-30-77 

anH .-h WHEREAS, the resistance to crime and juvenile delinauencv 
^ K^^ improvement of law enforcement require the coooeraJlon^ 
of both the community and law enforcement offLiaLrand 

the par^JcS^Iorof^fM ' "'""? resistance programs involving 
should be trtfni??- 5 *=^^"?" volunteers and community leaders 
Should be Identified and gxven appropriate state recognition? and 

WHEREAS, the California Council on Criminal Tno*-^^^ 
-has authorized the expenditure of $150,?;o iJ federa? fj^ds 

state of ?;iI?o^''°^^ ' "^"^""^ ^- ^^^^"^ •^'- ' Governor of the 
v^f^L ^^^^5°^"^^' by virtue of che power and authority 

i \' ^^^ California Crime Resistance Task Froce shall he 

(; composed of comm.anity mendoers and law enforcement of liciaJs i 

; fu? en"ef"rl"r;"?he''ar''" ^?""""°" '" recognition of'sSccess- ^ 

Of cr^mlresLtance? "' °' ^^'"^ prevention and other forms \ 

Coverno^anrSr;a?ffJ;^^cSJc[^of?iLI^:rJ.-Lein 
cr"I^%"s"Lt^^^i:r ^"-^— ^ ^'^ ^-^^ ^- enf^Jc^l^n^? ^d 

K-. u ■^' ^ Z"^® California Crime Resistance Task Force shall 
be Chaired by the Governor or his designated representatiJe; 

T ^- ^;, "^^^ Executive Director of the Office of Criminal 
Jr«h^?/'^""^"^ "^^'^ ""^^ ^« Secretary of tJe Task Fo^ce 
aL i i ^'''^^P^ ^"^^ administer on behalf of the Task Force 
^h^lf^f^ "^^^^ available to the crime resistance progr^? and 
shall be responsible for providing staff services- 



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6. Members of the Task Force and persons requested to 
assist them by the Secretary may be reimbursed for their 
necessary and reasonable expenses incurred in the performance 
of their duties. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set rr.y hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be 
affixed this 5th day of 
August, 1977. 




A^V 



ernor 



Secretary of State 




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3tate orCaOromiQ 



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AUG121977 

M*ltCIL,F0H6 EU, tocretory o» Sit* 



APPOINTMENT OF INTERSTATE RENDITION 
OFFICER 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of 
California, pursuant to the authority vested in me by section 
1549.2 of the Penal Code, hereby appoint J. Anthony Kline my 
Interstate Rendition Officer and delegate to him the following 
powers : ^ 

To sign for me, in his own name as Interstate 
Rendition Officer, and in the style hereinafter designated, 
all Governor's warrants for the arrest and rendition of 
persons who, being found in this state, have been shown by 
the executive authority of another state to be charged or 
convicted in that state of treason, felony or other crime, 
and whose rendition has been demanded in due form by the said 
executive authority. 

The style of the signature of the Interstate 
Rendition Of ficer "^lauthorized hereiA- shall be as follows: 




(Authorization filed with the Secretary of State) 



This authorization shall continue in force and 
effect from and including the date of filing with the Secretary 
of State through and including all of the time during which I 
am performing the functions of Governor of the State of 



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S^i,,^^ t.: unless and until revoked or suspended by me- 
provided that this authorization shall be suspended auto- 
matically whenever another person by ooeration of i^w k 
Acting Governor of the State of California! ' ^^""^"^^ 

This authorization shall also act to revoke and 
supersede the previous appointment of Alice A Lvtle a«^« 
Interstate Rendition Officer effective iiS|d?;tely ^ 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto subscribed my name 
and caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California to be 
affixed at Sacramento, on this 
^^77 ^^^^ '^^y °^ August 





iDMUND 
Governor 



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MARCH FONG EU \ 

SECRETARY OF STATE 



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FILED 

In (lit (AN •« rill iHfWCry A iNit* 

AUG n 3 19771 

PROCLAMATION MARCbjuj tu, Cocr.ury <,|:t;t8 



OF A 
STATE OF EMERGENC 



IS 






I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, having 
found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property 
: exists within the County of Imperial, State of California, beginning on 
I August 15, 1977, as a result of high winds, storms, and flooding which, by 
reason of their magnitude, are beyond the control of the services, personnel, 
equipment and facilities of said County, and having been requested by the 
Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Imperial to proclaim a 
State of Emergency in said County, I therefore proclaim the existence of a 
State of Emergency in the County of Imperial; and 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
■ filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation, 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 23rd day of August, 1977. 



ATTEST 





Secretary of State I 



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i!xEcutit)t ©tpartnient 

^tate of California 



hi Mw •«<• of Hw S«r»ttiry o« I 
•f rti* Stof* e( California 

AUG2 91977 

' Deputy 



liXiiCiJTxVE UiUJKii B-3:i-77 



WHEREAS, the Governor's Commission to Review California 
Water Rights Law will require additional time to complete its 
evaluation of Califoirnia water ri<jht3 law; 

WHEREAS, Executive Order B-2G-77 establishes a reporting 
Jatc of June 30, 1973; 

NOW, TilBREFOi^, I, Edjnund G. Brown Jr., Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State or 
California, do hereby isaue this Executive Ordex to become 
effective iuunediately: 

1 In Executive Order i3-'6-77, the reporting date in 
paragraph three (3) is hereby amended to read Deceiiiber 31, 
1978, in lieu of June 30, 1378. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have here- 
unto set ray hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State 
of California to be affixed 
this 26th day of August, 
nineteen hundred and seventy- 
.•ji:vcn 





ATTEST : 



bccretary of State 



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SEP8 - 1977 

»«l»C»,fONG tu, Ucnttt^ Stitt 



Deputy 



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EXECUTIVE ORDER B-34-77 

WHEREAS, conanunities along the Mexican border face 
particular problems unique to the region; and 

WHEREAS, the State's ability to respond fairly and 
expeditiously to the special needs of the region is 
essential; and 

WHEREAS, the establishment of a California office of 
the Southwest Border States Commission would provide a 
focal point within State government to accon5)lish the 
goals set forth by said Commission; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the power and 
authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes 
of the State of California, do hereby issue this order 
to become effective immediately: 

A California office of the Southwest Border States 
Commission is hereby established. 

Lieutenant Governor Mervyn M. Dymally shall have 
responsibility for administering the activities of the 
California office of the Southwest Border States 
Commission. 

The Secretary of Business and Transportation Agency 
IS directed to coordinate the activities of the Commission 
with the Lieutenant Governor. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be 
affixed this 8th day of 
September, nineteen hundred 
and sevefety-^even, 





ATTEST 



Secretary of State 



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vjiotuHuii SEPC-1977 PROCLAMATION 

i?tatc Of California mwh fof,a tu. scc^r, c st-;, ,,,^ ^O 

a.''h-^^ fU ith STATE OF EMERGFNrv 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR.. Governor of [i.e State of California, having 
found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property 
exists within the Counties of Monterey and Riverside. State of California, 
based on the threat of floods and mudslides resulting fron, denuded watershed 
by the major fires beginning on July 20. 1977, which, by reason of their 
n«gn1tude, are beyond the control of the services, personnel, equipment and 
facilities of said counties, and having been requested by the Chairman of the 
Board Of Supervisors of the Counties of Monterey and Riverside to proclaim a 
1 State Of Emergency In said counties. I therefore proclaim the existence of a 
' State of Emergency In the Counties of Monterey and Riverside; and 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

I herewith determine that a State of Emergency, as set forth In the 
Declaration of Emergency signed by the Director of Water Resources on 

set forth therein are available. The Department of Finance Is directed to 
allocate to the Department of Water Resources such amount as will be required 
to meet the emergency. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set r^ hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

£iV^! ^'^^ °^ Sacramento this 8th day of September . 1977 






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Secretary of Statfe 





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iJxtcDtioe ©tpartment 

3tatt of CaOromiQ 



EXECUTIVE ORDER D 1-77 



FILED 

In III* aAat •» Ik* Utrttoiy «t $(ot, 
•I »k* !)•«• at Cd'I'srr.lj 

SE??- 1377 



WHEREAS, the involvement of young peopl 
in various levels of government has increased grea 
in recent years; and 



e 
greatly 



WHEREAS, the age of full voting responsi- 
bilities has been lowered to eighteen; and 

WHEREAS, the State seeks to utilize the 
energy and abilities of its youth to the fullest 
extent, as well as provide for their greater involve- 
ment in the decision making process. 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, MERVYN M. DYMALLY, 
Acting Governor of the state of California, by virtue 
Of the power vested in me by the Constitution and 
laws of this State, do hereby issue the following 
Executive Order to become effective immediately: 

1. Executive Order R-50-74 and the 

amendment to Executive Order R-50-74 
is hereby rescinded. 



2, 




There is established in the Lieutenant 
Governor's Office a California Advisory 
Commission on Youth. Responsibility 
for the Commission is assigned to the 
Lieutenant Governor with the Office 
of the Lieutenant Governor providing 
the necessary staffing. The Commission 
will be composed of at least 15 members 
representing as closely as possible 
youth throughout the State geographically, 
ethnically, by sex and by population. 
In addition to the 15 members, the 
Lieutenant Governor shall appoint a 
Chairperson who shall serve for a 
period of one year and who shall be 
eligible for reappointment. 



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i^Kcotioe ©tpartment 

3tattofCalirornia 



Nominations for appointment to the 
commission shall be submitted to 
the Lieutenant Governor, The 
Lieutenant Governor shall give 
serious consideration to these 
nominations along with nominations 
of other youth related groups. 
Members must be residents of 
California and not older than 25 
years of age. 

The Commissioners will serve a two- 
llt^ term and may serve an additional 
term provided the member has not 
attained the age limit prior to 
reappointment. Initially, terms 
will be staggered - seven members 
will serve for a two-year term 
and eight members will serve for 
a three year term. Thereafter 
appointees will serve two-year 
terms. -' 

The Commission will meet at least 
every three months at places to be 
specified by the Commission. The 
tirst meeting of the Commission 
will be held in Sacramento. 

The Commission will be responsible 

a. Coordinating information regarding 
youth activities in the State. 

b. Fostering greater involvement of 
youth in all areas of government 
and encouraging the formation 

of local youth commissions and 
councils for the same purpose 
in addition to helping existing 
ones become more effective. 



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c serving as the advisory group on 
youth affairs to the State 
Legislature and the Executive 
Branch of government, making 
such recommendations as the 
Commission may find necessary 
and desirable to carry out the 
purpose for which it was created. 

d Conducting forums on areas of 

concern in which various govern- 
mental and non-govsrnmental 
aqencies and community organiza- 
tions may be invited to participate. 

e. Studying problems, activities 
and concerns of youth in 
California . 

The Commission shall be funded 
through the Office of the Lieutenant 
Governor and/or the Office of Planning 
and Research. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of Calif or r^a to 
be al 
day 



State ot uaiiiuj.»Li.a ^^ 



MERVYN M.^DYMALLY _ _^ 

Acting Governor of Califor " 



ATTEST ! 



*f:'^:*r'i 







I FONG EU \ 



£i/>/ 



MARCH 

Secretary of State' 



By 



Deputy Secretary of State 



1s3 



3^-7/ 



FILED 

In tl)« oMce of ttw Secretary of Stal* 
o< t»i« Stof« of Callfornta 



iExccutioe Btpartmtnt 

estate of Califomia 



OCT 1 3 1977 

MARCH FONG EU, 

Deputy 




iiXKCirriVE 01U3E'^. B-3f-77 



ti7!E^>£AS, it is essential that California manage carefully 
J u^O roniiorve to the fullest practical extent its limited water 
and 



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'CT J 



WE^EAS, recyclinn and reclamation of wastewater has 
^reat potential to c::tend the water supply available for all 
beneficial, uses in California; and 

..., wastewater treated to high levels of purity 
hould h CB rxjssible be pul: to beneficial use rather than 
being discharged to the ocean or other saline waters? and 

WHEREAS, it appears that with a concentrated effort by all 
affected agencies in state government, the amount of reclaimed 
water u:;cd in California can bo tripled in five years; 

ftCi, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State oc California, by virtue of the power and authority vested 
In mc by the Constitution and statutes o" the State of Californi; 
do hereby issue this Executive Order to become effective im- 
••diatcly: 

1. iTiat there be ostablishod within the State Water 
Resources Control 'loard an Office oF Water Recycling; 

2. That all slate agencies cooperate to the fullest 
practical extent, incliiding providing staff and facilities 
as requested, with the Office of VJater Recycling in achieving 
the goals of this Executive Order; 

3. That the Office of Water Recycling take all reason- 
able steps to promote rricycling and reclamation of wastewaters 
in Californiti, including all efforts necessary to achieve the 
goal established today of construction of facilities to make 
available an additional ^00,000 acre feet of reclaimed water 
by 1082. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affir.ed this 13th day of 
October, nineteen hundred and 
seven iJ^-aevon . 





GovcTrnor of California 



V/ v«-«<ut 






Secretary of State 
/ 




by 







Stiitc of Olalifnrnta 

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE 
SACRAMENTO 9S8I4 



COMUNO G BROWN JR. 



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FILED 

In til* office of th« S«rMory of Stat* 
o« Hi* State of California 

0CT251977 

MARCU^FONG EU, Se<wrt«ty of State 
0«puty 



TO: SECRETARY OF STATE 

CONTROLLER OF THE STATE OF 

CALIFORNIA 
TREASURER OF THE STATE OF 

CALIFORNIA 
DIRECTOR OF THE STATE DEPARTMENT 

OF BENEFIT PAYMENTS 
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE 



FROM: EDMUND G. BROWN JR. , GOVERNOR 



Pursuant to Chapter 1 of Part 6 of Division 9 of the Welfare 
and Institutions Code, and in order to provide for the 
continued operation of the state plans for Families with 
Dependent Children under the provisions of the Welfare 
and Institutions Code, I do hereby find as facts: 

That assistance to this State for the above-mentioned 
Public Assistance Program is provided for by the 
Federal Social Security Act; and 

That this State has qualified to receive Federal 
assistance for the above-mentioned Public Assistance 
Program and has not been notified that further 
payment of such Federal assistance will not be 
made because of failure of this State to comply 
with the requirement of the Federal legislation; 
and 



That Federal assistance to this State for the 
above-mentioned Public Assistance Program has 
not been received, and it is improbable that such 
Federal assistance will be received by this State 
prior to the usual time for transmitting such 
Federal assistance to the counties of this State. 

In consideration of the above findings, I do hereby proclaim 
the existence of a period of welfare emergency for the 
months of November and December 1977, and January and 
February 1978 for the Families with Dependent Children, 
and declare that the sums estimated by the State Department of 
Benefit Payments in the amount of Federal assistance payable 



Secretary of State "2" 

Controller of the State of California 
Treasurer of the State of California 
Director of the State Department of 

Benefit Payments 
Director of Finance 



to this State under Federal law and appropriated by Section 
18002 of the welfare and Institutions Code are available 
for expenditure. 

You are, therefore, authorized and directed to do all 

things necessary to accomplish the intent and purpose 

of slid Chapter 1 of Part 6 of Division 9 of the Welfare 
and Institutions Code. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 20th 
day of October, 1977. 




DW,!apVGABgow 

VERNOR 



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^tartofCaliroTnia 



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In *. offico of ,h. s«,.to^ of StaM 
« *• Star, of California 

N0V7-1977 

MARCH fONG EU, £-r,jt,ry cf S'^tJ 



APPOINTMENT OF INTERSTATE RENDITION 
OFFICER 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of 
California, pursuant to the authority vested in me by section 

! 1549.2 of the Penal Code, hereby appoint Patti Jo McKay my 

; Interstate Rendition Officer and delegate to her the following 

I powers : 

ij 

\ To sign for me, in her own name as Interstate 

Rendition Officer, and in the style hereinafter designated, 
all Governor's warrants for the arrest and rendition of 
persons who, being found in this state, have been shown by 
the executive authority of another state to be charged or 
convicted in that state of treason, felony or other crime, 
and whose rendition has been demanded in due form by the said 
executive authority. 



The style of the signature of the Interstate 
Rendition Officer as authorized herein shall be as follows! 



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By Interstate Rendition bfficer 
(California Penal Code Section 1549.2) 
(Authorization filed with the Secretary of State) 

This authorization shall continue in force and 
effect from and including the date of filing with the Secretary 
Of State through and including all of the time during which I 
am performing the functions of Governor of the State of 



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Page two 



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SItlit!ly"he„fv:; ^^tir,liToX'l^...iol Of law, .eco.« 
' J^tln, Mvernor of the state of California. 

«„eae ^i,^::^^^^-^^ ---:"- "- 

?"nrntte SndltloS offi^r effeotive in»edi.telY. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto subscribed my name 
and caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California to be 
affixed at Sacramento, on this 
the 7th <i^y °^ November 
1977. 





EDMUND'G. 
Governor 



ATTEST ! 



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^y. 



MARCH FONG EU 
Secretary of State 




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2xtcDtide Bepartment 

3tattofCalironiia 



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In Hie office of lh« SiKrttory ef Stal* 
ol tlio Sintc of Colifornlo 

MAPCH FONG t'j, C"r:yjnf cf t\:i3 
By sJ8fijC««-i»»vCk:i^ . 



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EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. D38-77 



vmEREAS, Executive Ordrsr B-14-76 established in the Health 
and Welfare Agency the position of Native American Program 
Coordinator; and 

WHEREAS, the Budget Act for the 1977-78 Fiscal Year trans- 
fers the position of Native American Program Coordinator from 
the Health and Welfare Agency to the Governor's Office; 

NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of the power and authority vested 
in nte as Governor of the State of California: 

IT IS ORDERED that the position and budget funds of the 
Native Americein Program Coordinator be transferred to the Office 
of Planning and Research; I 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the duties of this office, 
' henceforth to be called the Office of American Indian : 

Coordinator, shall be the same as those set forth in Executive 
Order D-14-76: 



(1) To define the relationship between the Native 
American population and the state amd federal 
governments. 

(2) To assure that Native Americans are receiving 
equitable treatment from agencies of the state 
government. 

(3) To assure that Native T^erican residents of the 
State of California are receiving all monies 
which they should be receiving from the federal 
government, including but not limited to, the 
National Indian Health Services and the Bureau 
of Indian Affairs. 



IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that all state departments and 
agencies shall cooperate with the 7\mcrican Indian Coordinator 
and the Native American Heritage Commission in meeting the needs j 
of California's Indian population; 



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PHml»d to C«t»Ollfia OVFKI •» tTAn niMTIHS 



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^tatcofCalironiia 



PAGE TWO 



IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Executive Order B-14-76 is 
hereby rescinded. 

IN V'JITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 7th 
day of November, 
Nineteen Hundred and 
Seventy-seven . 




Governor of California 



ATTEST 



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^ Secretary of State 



Dthuv.: 







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3^^S^ 



TO: Secretary of State 

Controller of the State of California 

Treasurer of the State of California 

Director of the State Department of Benefit Payments 

Director of Finance 

FROM: EDMUND G. BROWN JR. , GOVERNOR 



r' I L b D 

a 1h« Sto«» "♦ Caliiornw 

MAR ',^-1977 



Pursuant to Chapter 1 of Part 6 of Division 9 of the Welfare and Institutions 
Code, and In order to provide for the continued operation of the state plans 
for Families with Dependent Children under the provisions of the Welfare and 
Institutions Code, I do hereby find as facts: 

That assistance to this State for the above-mentioned Public 
Assistance Program Is provided for by the Federal Social Security 
Act; and 

That this State has qualified to receive Federal assistance for the 
above-mentioned Public Assistance Program and has not been notified 
that further payment of such Federal assistance will not be made 
because of failure of this State to comply with the requirement of 
the Federal legislation; and 

Thnc Federal assistance to this State for the above-mentioned 
Public Assistance Frogram has not been received, and it is 
improbable that such Federal assistance will be received by this 
State prior to the usual time for transmitting such Federal 
assistance tc the counties of this State;. 

In consideration of the above findings, I do hereby proclaim the existence of a 
period of welfare emergency for the months of March, April, May and June of 1977 
for Families with Dependent Children, and declare that the sums estimated by the 
State Department of Benefit Payments in the amount of Federal assistance payable 
to this State under Federal law and appropriated by Section 18002 of the Welfare 
and institutions Code are available for expenditure. 

You are, therefore, authorized and directed to do all things necessary to accomplish 
the Intent and purpose of said Chapter 1 of Part 6 of Division 9 of the Welfare 
and Institutions Code. 



Witness my hand and seal at Sacramento, 
Callfopirl^; this 2l6t day of February, 1977 




EDMUND 



TO: ''^cretary of State 

Controller of the State of California 
Treasurer of the State of California i^. 
Director of the State Department of Benefit 
Director of Finance 



^^ FILED - 

o» t(i» Stai* of Colifornia 

AUG 3 1977 ' 

•MICH RKtOiU, Sacral^ of SM 



j^'9 7^ 




'ayOijJWIrS 



-iC 



FROM: EDMUND G. BROWN JR., GOVERNOR 



Pursuant to Chapter 1 of Part 6 of Division 9 of the Welfare and 
Insitutions Code, and in order to provide for th-^ continued operation 
of the state plans for Families with Dependent Ciiildren under the 
provisions of the Welfare and Institutions Code, I do hereby find as 
facts: 

That assistance to this State for the above-mentioned Public 
Assistance Program is provided for by the Federal Social 
Security Act; and 

That this State has qualified to receive Federal assistance 
for the above-mentioned Public Assistance Program and has 
not been notified that further payment of such Federal 
assistance will not be made because of failure of this State 
to comply with the requirement of the Federal legislation; and 

That Federal assistance to this State for the above-mentioned 
Public Assistance Program has not been received, and it is 
improbable that such Federal assistance will be received by 
this State prior to the usual time for transmitting such 
Federal assistance to the counties of this State. 

In consideration of the above findings, I do hereby proclaim the 
existence of a period of welfare emergency for the months of July, 
August, September and October 1977 for Families with Dependent 
Children, and declare that the sums estimated by the State Department 
of Benefit Payments in the amount of Federal assistance payable to 
this State under Federal law and appropriated by Section 18003 of 
the Welfare and Institutions Code are available for expenditure. 

You are, therefore, authorized and directed to do all things necessary 
to accomplish the intent and purpose of said Chapter 1 of Part 6 of 
Division 9 of the Welfare and Institutions Code. 



Witness my hand and seal at Sacrainento, 
California, t^ip 29th day of Xfuh/ 1977. 



EDMUND G 




GOVERNOR 




-^V77 



FILED 

In th* oKro nt lh« iwcrrhiry of SM* 



N0V2A1977 



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^xenitioc Bcpartment 

^tatc of Calirornia 



MARCH FONO EU, Sacntwy Df StitI 
Oopwly 



PROCLAMATION 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of 
California, by virtue of the power vested in me by Section 
18025 of the Government Code, hereby declare Thursday, 
November 24, 1977, a holiday for state employees. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed tnis 22nd day of November, 1977. 




ATTEST : 



Secretary of State 

by ■':UiA^^^ kltUjAc^J 




PtimhJ i« CAitPORNiA orriri op itati pkintimu 






s^yr 



FILED 

In Hw oKni of llw Sxrvtory •( I 
et riw SMrtt s< CslKof ma r 



iSxccntitit Beparrmtnt 

^tattorCaUfomia 



N0V2 81977 

MMGH FONG ea SecfBtoy •( 



DaiMr 



EXECOTIVE ORDER B-39-77 



WHEREAS, throughout the state the nagnitude of annual 
flood caused property losses and threats to human safety is 
increasing, largely as the result of unwise use and 
continuing development of the state's flood plains aund 
despite substantial efforts to control floods; and 

WHEREAS, state government has programs for the 
construction of facilities and annually disposes of state 
lands in flood-hazard areas; and 

WHEREAS, the purchase of flood insuramce is a condi- 
tion of any federal financial assistance for any state or 
local government in the location, construction, or acquisi- 
tion of property in identified flood-hazard areas; and 

WHEREAS, the availability of state financial assis- 
tance is often a determining factor in the use of lamd and 
the location amd construction of public and private faci- 
lities; and 

WHEREAS, state agencies need to be more cognizant of 
long and short term flood risk and losses associated with 
occupcuicy of flood plains and more consistent in ♦:he evalu- 
ation of flood hazards in implementing their progreuns; and 

WHEiiEAS, significant new legislation has been enacted 
including at the state level the Cobey-Alquist Flood Plain 
Management Act of 1965, and at the federal level the Flood 
Disaster Protection Act of 1973, and others, and the state 
is supportive of the federal acts and desires to provide 
leadership in management of natural resources, including 
flood plains; and 

WHEREAS, similar action has been taiken at the national 
level affecting federal construction and at the state level 
by other states; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the power and 
authority vested in me by the Constitution amd statutes of 
the State of California, do hereby issue this order to 
become effective immediately: 



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PROCLAMATION 

In recognition of his unselfish dedication and outstand- 
ing service to the United States and the world; and in 
h^^h^^'f °" f' V'^. leadership, courage and wisdom which 
he has demons tra bed throughout his career in governmentV 
I, Mervyn M. Uymally, Acting Governor of the Itate of 

"H„h5°r"H^'„''^''f^^ proclaim Friday, December 2, 1977, as 
Huoeit H. Humphrey Day". 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 
I have hereunto set 
my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the 
State of California 
to be affixed this 
30th day of November, 
1977. 




>ry::..r e 



t^ 



MERVYN 



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DYMALLY 



■^rr^K 



Acting Governor 



Attest; 






MARCH FONG EU' 
Secretary of State 



Deputy Secretary o£r^>tat€ 



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PAGE TWO 



1. The heads of all state agencies shall provide 
leadership in efforts to minimize the risk 
of flood losses in connection with state Icuids 
and installations emd state financed, insured, 
or assisted improvements. The heads of such 
agencies shall take particular care to avoid 
unwise or hazardous use of flood plains in 
connection with all activities under their 
authority. Specifically: 

a. All agencies responsible for the con- 
struction of state facilities shall, in 
writing, evaluate flood hazards when 
planning the location of new facilities. 
The evaluation shall consist of a deter- 
mination of whether the proposed site 
lies in a flood-hazard area and, if so, 
what precautions have been taken to 
minimize the hazard. If the facility does 
not have to be in the flood plain to serve 
an essential purpose and the proposed site 
lies within an identified flood-hazard 
area, all feasible alternative locations 
for siting outside of the flood-prone area 
shall be given consideration. New struc- 
tures proposed in flood plains must be 
constructed and maintained in accordance 
with the design and floodway stzmdards set 
forth in the Code of Federal Regulations 
(24 CFR, Parts 1910.3, 1910,4 and 1910.5). 

Where the flood-hazard area has not been 
delineated by the federal government, the 
agency should contact the Department of 
Water Resourcss for assistance in evalu- 
ating the hazards in the area. 

b. With respect to existing state-owned 
buildings which have previously suffered 
flood deunage or are in an identified 
flood-hazard area, the agencies shall re- 
quire analysis of past and probcibl* flood 
heights. In the case of the reconstruc- 
tion, rehabilitation, or addition to 
existing publicly used state structures, 
such activities shall be carried out in 
accordance with the design and floodway 



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PAGE THREE 



Standards set forth in the Code of 
Federal Regulations. Whenever practical 
and appropriate, floodproofing measures 
shall be applied to existing structures 
in identified flood-hazard areas. 

c. All agencies responsible for the admin- 
istration of any form of direct or in- 
direct state assistance involving 
construction or acquisition of any 
state facilities shall assure that the 
evaluation and mitigation of flood 
hazards in connection with such facili- 
ties is carried out in the manner 
specified in this Executive Order. 

d. All agencies responsible for the 
disposal of state lands or properties 
shall evaluate 3md mitigate flood 
hazards. When lamds or properties pro- 
posed for disposal are found to be sus- 
ceptible to specified flooding hazards, 
the state agency shall obtain assurances 
that proposed uses are appropriate under 
the provisions of the Cobey-Alquist Flood 
Plain Management Act. 

e. All agencies responsible for programs 
which affect land use plamning, including 
state permit programs, shall teOce flood 
hazards into account in accordaiice with 
recognized floodway and 100-year 
frequency flood design standards when 
evaluating plans and shall encourage land 
use appropriate to the degree of hazard 
involved. 



2. Technical evaluations of flood hazard can be 

obtained from the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers 
and the U. S. Department of Housing amd Urban 
Development. The California Department of 
Water Resources is hereby designated to 
coordinate requests for flood hazard information 
from the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers and 
other governmental agencies. 



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PAGE FOUR 



3. Assistance in compliance with this order is 
available through the Department of Water 
Resources . 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 

26 th d ay of November, nineteen 
hundred and seventy-seven. 





jvernor of California 



ATTEST : 



Secretary of State 



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FILED 

hi Ik* oBu <* Itx S«r^ -y tti 
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NO 



OV 3 01977 

Um Ul, SKra^ of SMby 



AMENDMENT TO 
EXECUTIVE ORDER D 1-77 



ni\ 



WHEREAS, tlie involvement of young people in various 
levels Of government has increased greatly^n rScent years; 

WHEREAS, tne age for full voting responsibilities hac, 
been lowered to eighteen; and ponsioiiities has 

abiliMfo^''^-^"^ ^^^l^ ^^^^^ ^° utilize the energy and 
abilities of Its youth to the fullest extent, as well as 
provide for their greater involvement in the deciSi 
making processj ^-i.oj.uii 

nvMAii^v^'n'^l'^^'^^^'^^' ^' LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR MERVYN M. 
vIXuo Af ^h""^ Governor of the State of California, by 
ron!^^ 5 ^°^'''' """"^ authority vested in me by the 
constitution and the statutes of the State of California 
iL^dllSlyr" '''' ^— tive order to become effec^i^' 

1. Executive Order R-50-74 and the Amendment to 
Executive Order R-50-74 are hereby rescinded. 

2. A California Advisory Commission on Youtn is 
hereby established in the Office of the Lieuten- 
ant Governor, The Lieutenant Governor shall 
have responsibility for administering th° 

orvon^i'^'' M^ ^"^^ California Advisory Com;nission 
on Youtn. Necessary staff services and support 
tor the California Advisory Commission on Youth 
shall be provided by the Office of the Lieutenant 
vjovernor . 

3. Applications for appointment to the California 
Advisory Comnissicn on Youth shall be subtr.itted 
to the Lieutenant Governor. Commissioners must 
oe residents of California and not older than 
^b years of age. The California Advisory Com- 
mission on Youth shall be composed of a minimum 
of lb menders, selected and appointed by the 
Lieutenant Governor, representing as closely as 
«^h^^^^?/°"^'' throughout the State geographically, 
ethnically, by sex and by population. m addition 



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to the appointment of Commissioners, the Lieuten- 
ant Governor shall have the authority to appoint 
a Ciiairperson who shall be appointed to serve a 
one year term, with eligibility for reappointment 
to an additional one year term of office, provided 
the Chairperson has not attained the age of 25. 

Initially, terms of appointment will be staggered 
— with Commissioners appointed to serve two or 
three year terms, as designated by tne Lieutenant 
Governor. Thereafter, Commissioners shall serve 
two year terms with eligibility for reappointment, 
provided the applicant (s) has not attained the 
age of 25. 

The Commission shall meet at least once every 
three months at places to be specified by the 
Commission. The first meeting of the Commission 
shall be held in Sacramento. 

The Commission shall be responsible for: 

A. Coordinating information regarding youth 
activities in the State. 

B. Fostering greater involvement of youth in 
all areas of government, encouraging the 
formation of local youth commissions and 
councils, and assisting existing youth 
commissions and councils with efforts to 
become more effective. 

C. Serving as the advisory group on youth 
affairs to the State Legislature and the 
Executive Branch of government, making 
sucli recommendations as the Commission may 
find necessary and desirable to carry out 
tne purpose (s) for which it was created. 

D. Conducting forums on areas of concern in 
which various governmental and non-govern- 
mental agencies and community organizations 
may be invited to participate. 

E. Studying problems, activities and concerns 
of youth in California. 






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7. The Comnission shall bo funded through the 

Office of the Lieutenant Governor and/or the 
Office of Planning and Research. Comnission 
members and persons requested to assist them 
by the Lieutenant Governor shall be reimbursed 
for their necessary and reasonable expenses 
incurred in the performance of their duties. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California to 
be affixed this 30th day of 
November, 1977. 



MKRVYlffe 



u 



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DYflALLY 
Acting Governor of California 



ATTEST; 



MARCH PONG EU 



MARCH FONG EU 
Secre^ry of Statey 

deputy Secretary of State^ 




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PROCLAMATION 
OF A 
STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of 
California, having found that conditions of extreme peril to 
the safety of persons and property exists within the County of 
Humboldt, State of California, beginning on December 20, 19 77, 
as a result of high winds, storms, anu other conditions which, 
by reason of their magnitude, are beyond the control of the 
services, personnel, equipment and facilities of said County, 
and having been requested by the Chairman of the Board of Sup- 
ervisors of the County of Humboldt to proclaim a State of Emer- 
gency in said County, I therefore proclaim the existence of a 
State of Emergency in the County of Humboldt; and 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this 
proclaination be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State 
and that widespread publicity and notice be given to this 
procleunation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hamd and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 21st day of 
December, 1977. 




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JOR OF CALIFORNIA 



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PROCLAMATION 
OF A 



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STATE OF EMERGENCY 

I, EDMUND G. BROWM, JR., Governor of the State of California, 
having found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
, property exist within the City of Arvin. State of California, beginning on 
I December 20, 1977. as a result of high winds, blowing dust, and other 
conditions which, by reason of their magnitude have caused the City to lose 
Its electrical power and water supply and have disrupted transportation and 
comnuni cations systems and are beyond the control of the services, personnel, 
equipment and facilities of said City, and having been requested by the Mayor 
of the City of Arvin to proclaim a State of Emergency in said City, I there- 
fore proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency in the City of Arvin; and 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation, 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 



Done at the City of Sacramento this 21st day of December. 1977. 



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ATTEST 



Secretary of State \ 



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FILED 

In ItM •tdt* ol lti» S«r«»afy oJ IM* 
of )>>• Stat* ot California 

0EC8 31977 ^ 

MARCH FOHG EU. Secrttwy o« s4i 
PefMty 



PROCLAMATION 

50 

STATE OFTMERGENCY 





Secretary of State 



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, EDHU» G. BRO™ OR.. Governor of the State of California, havtn, 
found that londitions of extr»e peril to the safet, of persons an. property 
exist -Ithln the County of Kern, State of California, beginnin, on 
Dece^er 20, 1977, as a result of high winds, hlowin, dust and other 
commons Which, h, reason of their «,nitude, are heyond the control of 
the services, personnel, equipment and facilities of said County, and 
havln, been requested by the Chain,«n of the Board of Supervisors of the 
county of Kern to proclaim a State of B»r,ency in said County, I therefore 
««l.i., the existence of a State of E^gency in the County of Kern; and 
, o.RECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
flled in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publlct, » 
tnd notice be given to this proclamation. 

,„ UITNESS UHEREOF, I have hereunto set n-y hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this ^3_ day of Decenber, 1977 

<^fflVERIll)R OF CAI^iFORNIA 
ftTTEST 



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PROCLAMATION 



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F I L r n 

In th« office of th* Setrftfary ai Stot* 
of ♦*!• Stat* of Cufifornia 

JAN 5 - 1970 

MAPrH fOMq fU, secretary of 8'it« 



An extraordinary occasion has arisen requiring that the 
Legislature of the State of California be assembled in special 
session. 

Therefore, by virtue of Article IV, Section 3 of the 
Constitution, I hereby assemble the Legislature of the State 
of California in special session at Sacramento at 1:30 p.m., 
Thursday, January 5, 1978, to consider and act on tax relief 
legislation. 

In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this 5th day of January 1978. 





ATTEST: 



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Secretary of State 



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FILED 

In ttw fMcft of tk« S*cr«tary •! 
of th« SNitt of Collfornio 



^xtcQdoc Bepartment 

3tatt of CaUfomia 



MAPM fONG EU, ^r««iry of SUf« i 



Ce(.t»y 



PROCLAMATION 
OF A 
STATE OF EMERGENCY 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, having 
found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property 
exist within the County of San Diego, State of California, beginning on 
December 19, 1977, as a result of severe wind storms and other conditions 
which, by reason of their magnitude, are beyond the control of the services, 
personnel, equipment and facilities of said County, and having been requested 
on January 3, 1978, by the Board of Supervisors of the County of San Diego to 
proclaim a State of Emergency in said County, I therefore proclaim the 
existence of a State of Emergency in the County of San Diego; and 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed In the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Sreat Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this lOth day of January, 197£ 





mtw^ OF cKlifornia 

ATTEST 
Secretary of State 




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FFLED 

In tti* oflitr f>« ih» ScffHoty of Stota 

o( Ihi- Slclf o( Cul.fornio 

JAN12197C 

MARCH TONS Ell. Spcrctiwy of Ststo 
By .pyvu#n- /W« <i_»a 



PROCLAMATION 



In memory of the birthdate of the late Martin 
Luther King, and because of his tremendous 
contributions to this country, I hereby pro- 
claim Sunday, January 15, 1978, as "MARTIN 
LUTHER KING DAY" in California, and encourage 
all citizens to observe that day in memory 
of this great leader. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 
I have hereunto set 
my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the 
State of California 
to be affixed this 
12th day of January, 
1978. 




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'^S3-"-Ybu(2X^ 



tlERVYN M. DYMALLY 



Acting Governor 
Lieutenant Governor 



ATTEST: 






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MARCH FONG EU I 
Secretary of State 

By l/l /JK LaJ /. A 

Depiity Secretary oS' 



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FILED 

In th* officp of the S«cr«tory of ftota 
of the State of Colifornto 

JAN 12 1970 

MARCH FONG FU. SeciBtsrv of Stsfo 

By J^&ftif-. A j^* ^ **X . 
C.ptty 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, agriculture is California's largest 
single industry, providing nearly one- third of 
the State's jobs and constituting a ma]or portion 
of the State's economic roots; and 

WHEREAS, increasing demand for food and fiber 
mandates that we assure its vigor and growth by 
encouraging our youth to pursue careers in this 
vital area; and 

WHEREAS, the California Future Farmers of America 
(FFA) , an organization of high school students 
ilth over 2o!oOO members f'^^'-.-^f .t^^;! J°° ^jg, 
schools throughout the State is dedicated to this 

goal; and 

WHEREAS, 197 8 marks the 50th anniversary of this 
vocational agriculture organization as an integral 
part of our high school curriculum; and 

WHEREAS, during its 50 year history, the FFA has 
rightfully earned an excellent reputation for 
developing leadership, productivity, good citizen- 
ship, Lamwork, as well as individual achievement, 
and at the same time, educating its members in 
all aspects of agriculture including growing, 
processing and marketing; and 

WHEREAS, the FFA is an equal opportunity °^g^^j^^- 
tion in every respect, with programs and activities 
continually updated and tailored to encourage and 
assist active participation and involvement of 
urban as well as rural youth; and 

WHEREAS, in preparing for exciting careers in the 
agricultural complex, FFA members are striving 
to continuously improve this great industry for 
the welfare of all citizens and are playing an 
outstanding role in assuring the future progress 
and prosperity of our State and our nation. 



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. . FILED 

In Hi* odicK of th« Secretory of Stata 
o( Ihn Stole of Calitsrnlo 

JAN12197C 

MARCH fONG EU. Srcifitary of Strts 

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PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, agriculture is California's largest 
single industry, providing nearly one-third of 
the State's jobs and constituting a major portion 
of the State's economic roots; and 

WHEREAS, increasing demand for food and fiber 
mandates that we assure its vigor and growth by 
encouraging our youth to pursue careers in this 
vital area; and 

WHEREAS, the California Future Farmers of America 
(FFA) , an organization of high school students 
with over 20,000 members from more than 300 high 
schools throughout the State is dedicated to this 
goal; and 

WHEREAS, 1978 marks the 50th anniversary of this 
vocational agriculture organization as an integral 
part of our high school curriculum; and 

WHEREAS, during its 50 year history, the FFA has 
rightfully earned an excellent reputation for 
developing leadership, productivity, good citizen- 
ship, teamwork, as well as individual achievement, 
and at the same time, educating its members in 
all aspects of agriculture including growing, 
processing and marketing; and 

WHEREAS, the FFA is an equal opportunity organiza- 
tion in every respect, with programs and activities 
continually updated and tailored to encourage and 
assist active participation and involvement of 
urban as well as rural youth; and 

WHEREAS, in preparing for exciting careers in the 
agricultural complex, FFA members are striving 
to continuously improve this great industry for 
the welfare of all citizens and are playing an 
outstanding role in assuring the future progress 
and prosperity of our State and our nation. 



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, THEREFORE, 



NOW 
Gove 
proc 
FFA WEEK 



-ii:.i<l.TORE, I, MERVYN M. DYMALLV TS . 
rnor of the state of PaHf ' ^^^utenant 

laim the week of F^L,^ ?f"^^' '^° hereby 
«"-eK Of February 18-25, 1978 as 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 
I have hereunto set 
my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the 
State of California 
to be affixed this 
12th day of January 




U_ 



DYflALLY 
Acting Governor 
Lieutenant Governor 



ATTEST: 



^:?!s±S^fx_ 



MARCH FONG EU 
Secretary of state 

Depuiy Se/ret^F^-a 



State 



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of State 



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o( the Sloir of Culrfornio 



JAN1219/G 

MARCH fONG FU. Sprret'irv rf S'-!t3 
C .j.ty 



PROCLAflATION 



WHEREAS, there have been an average of 200 
fatalities nationally each year over the 
past four years from flash floods; and 

WHEREAS, six lives were lost and millions of 
dollars worth of damage were sustained from 
flasli floods that struck San Bernardino, San 
Diego, Riverside and Imperial Counties during 
1976 and 1977; and 

WHEREAS, there exists a present and continuing 
threat to life and property of the citizens of 
the State of California from flash floods; and 

WHEREAS, increasing numbers of citizens are 
taking part in diverse outdoor recreation 
activities which take them into flash flood- 
prone areas in California, neighboring states 
and Mexico; and 

WHEREAS, the Office of Emergency Services, 
State of California, has joined with the U.S. 
Army Corps of Engineers and the National 
Weather Service (WOAA) in recognizing the 
need for a major statewide public education 
program on flash floods; and 



VJHEREAS, these agencies 
"Conference on the Huma 
Floods" on May 4 and 5, 
whore they will be join 
organizations and conce 
of industry, the busine 
academic communities, t 
public to exchange vita 
and to alert the public 
flash floods and techni 
lives; 



will sponsor the 
n Aspects of Flash 

1978, in Los Angeles, 
ed by other governmental 
rned representatives 
ss, professional and 
he news media and the 
1 technical information 

on the dangers of 
ques for preserving 






PrMti Im CALIPOINIA OVfICa of ITATI rUMTHf* 



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NOW, THEREFORE, I, MERVYN M. DYMALLY, 
Lieutenant Governor of the State of 
California, do hereby proclaim the week of 
May 4-10, 1978, as "Flash Flood Awareness 
Week" throughout the State of California, 
and respectfully urge the citizenry, news 
media, educators and others to give their 
full attention and support to this worthy 
life-preserving effort. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 
I have hereun„o set 
my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the 
State of California 
to be affixed this 
12th day of January, 
1978. 




L^ .. 



^^^^£>-vl*-«£P^ 



ERVYN M. DYMALLY 
Acting Governor 
Lieutenant Governor 



ATTEST: 

MARCH FONG EU > 
Secretary of State 

^Y JI/IuLJ / A..^ 

Depiity S^retary <rf State 



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PROCIJA^iATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EJyiERGENCY 



FILED 

In lh» off>t» of lh» 5».r»tory of Slolo 
ol rii* Stal* of California 

JAN 12 1978 

MARCH fONO f II. Sfrretwy Of Stats 
Deputy 



I, Ldmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the State of California, 

do hereby find: ^ 

1. That, despite recent rainfall, as ii result of 
unusually small amounts of precipitation dur- 
ing the winters of 1975-76 and 1976-77 in the 
counties of Modoc, Lassen, Plumas, Sierra, 
Shasta, Nevada, Yuba, Butte, Tehama, Siskiyou, 
Trinity, Glenn, Placer and El Dorado, which 
constitute u major watershed area of the state, 
water resorven in the Shasta, Oroville and 
Folsom reservoirs are still at less than one- 
third of capacity; for this reason, and also 
as a result of extensive use of groundwater 
by persons who normally use water stored in 
said reservoirs, conditions now exist within 
said counties of the kind described in sub- 
division (b) of Section 8558 of the California 
Government Code which constitute a state of 
emergency; and 

2. That local authorities w thin said counties 
are inadequate to fully cope with such state 
of emergency; and 

3. That among other things weather modification 
measures are necessary in the aforesaid counties 
to cure or alleviate said emergency; 



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PAGE TWO 



NOW. ™h.e™«b. p.„„,„, ,„ ,,, ,^,,^^_.^.^ 

upon the foregoing findings, I herebv „-„ , ■ 

g . 1 ncreby proclaim that a state of 
emergency exista within the aforesaid counties 

I .I«.CT that as soon hereafter as possiMe this pro- 
clamation he filed in the Ofiicc of the Secretary of state and 

errective xmmediately thereafter- and *-h=.*- -^ 
. =^i-er, and that widespread 

^ P>^i.crty .nd notice he given to this proci»,tio„. 

I herewith further determine that weather modification 
measures are necessary in the aforesaid counties to cure or 
alleviate said emergency, and direct the Oepar^ent of Water 
Resources to t^ict^ .ii 

take an appropriate steps in proceeding with such 
measures. =><^<-ii 

IH WITNBSS «^.KOP. X have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the .r.at Seal of the state of California to he affixed. 



1978. 



oone at the city of Sacramento this _10thday of January. 





GOVERNOR OF cIEBmNiTi 



TTEST: 



SECRETARY OF STaI-e" 



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FILED 

In *• oWf of tt>« Sectory of SM» 
of th« Sfote of California 

JAN?, 3 1978'-/ 

MM^H F()NG fU. Sccretsiy of St*! 



Depoty 



PROCLAI'lATIQN 
OF A 
STATE OF EIJSHGENCY 



I, EDHUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of 
California, having found that conditions of extreme peril to 
the safety or persons and property exist within the County of 
Santa Cruz, State of California, beginning on January 8. 1978. 
as a result of heavy rains, windstorms, and flooding and 
other conditions which, by reason of their magnitude, are 
beyond the control of the services, personnel, equipment and 
facilities of said County, and having been requested by the 
Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa 
Cruz to proclaim a State of Emergency in said County, I 
therefore proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency in 
the County of Santa Cruz; and 

1 DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this 
proclamation be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State 
and that widespread publicity and notice be given to this 

proclcimation . 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed. 





GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



ATTEST : 

Secretary of State 



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AMENDMENT 



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JAN23V37C 



PROCLAMATION jj 
OF A 




tt-ptty 



RTATK OF EMERGENCY 
I, EDMUND G. DROWN JR., Governor of the State of 
California, having found that conditions of extreme peril to 
the safety of persons and property exist within the County of 
Santa Cruz, State of California, beginning on January 8, 1978, 
as a result of heavy rains, windstorms, and flooding and 
other conditions which, by reason of their magnitude, are 
beyond the control of the services, personnel, equipment and 
facilities of said County, and having been requested by the 
Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa 
i Crua to proclaim a State of Emergency in said County, I 
I therefore proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency in 
the County of Santa Cruz? and 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this 
proclamation be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State 
and that widespread publicity and notice be given to this 

proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
I. caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 

affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 20th day of 



January, 1978 




GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



TTEST: 



Secretary of State 



LX\y 



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i^xtoititic ©epartmtnt 

3tatt of Catfomia 



PROCLAMATION 

UK 
STATE OF EMERGENCY 



F i U E D 

MMKH fONG r\). r"^f<^»f> "' 



1, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, having 
found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons anu property 
exist within the Counties of Humboldt and Mendocino. State of California, 
beginning on January 13. 1978, as a result of heavy rains, high tides. 
heavy seas, landslides, and flooding and other conditions which, by reason 
of their magnitude, are beyond the control of the services, personnel. 
equipment and facilities of said Counties, and having been requested by 
the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of the Counties of Humboldt and 
ftendocino to proclaim a State of Emergency in said Counties, I therefore 
proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency in the Counties of Humboldt 

and Mendocino; and 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this27th. day of January, 1978. 






GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



AHEST: 

Secretary of State 






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FILED 

In Ifct ofRf^ of fW SecMnry of Sloto 
of &t Sfole of Coltfofnto _^ 

TeB 161970^ 



iJxcnitiDe department 

3catt of CaUTomiQ 



MAFOH FONG HI. U'Xbuy Of 




PROCLAMATION 
OF A 
STATE OF EMERGENCY 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, having 
found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property 
exist within the Counties of l.,s Angeles, Ventura, Orange, Riverside, San 
Bernardino, Santa Barbara, Kern and Tulare, State of California, beginning on 
February 5, 1978, as a result of heavy rains, winds, mudslides, flooding and 
heavy snow, and other conditions which, by reason of their magnitude, are 
beyond the control of the services, personnel, equipment and facilities of 
said counties, and having been requested by the Chairmen of the Boards of 
Supervisors I proclaim a State of Emergency in the Counties of Los Angeles, 
Ventura, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara, Kern and Tulare, 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITOESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 



Done at the City of Los Angeles thi^ 13th day of February 1978 









GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



ATTEST! 




[Ai5lAcA i7MCA lot. 

Secretary of State 



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FILED 

of rh« Stota ot Caltioioio 



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TEB78' 



i!xenitit)t Bcpartment 

Statt of CjliTomia 



MARHH (ONf. (U. SffTBtof ct St»1« 

By <^^4^t^ ^ik=t^*--^ 
^ OefMity 



PROCLAMATION 
OF A 
STATE OF EMERGENCY 

I, MEFtVYN M. DYMALLY, Acting Governor of the State of California, 

having found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 

property exist within the Counties of Kings and Monterey, State of California, 

beginning on February 4, 1978, as a result of heavy rains, winds, mudslides, 

and flooding, and other conditions which, by reason of their magnitude, are 

beyond the control of the services, personnel, equipment and facilities of 

said Counties, and having been requested by the Chairmen of the Boards of 

Supervisors I proclaim a State of Emergency in the Counties of Kings and 

Monterey. 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
' filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 



Done at the City of Sacramento this ^ */ day of February, 1978, 




ACTING GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA ' 



ATTEST: 



o c. 

Secretary of State 






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^xtnitftjt ©tpartmtnt 

^tatcoTCaliromia 



FILED 

In ftw office of th« Stftrrtory of SlOM 

of th? Stato of Co'ifnrnia 

FEB 2 8 1978^ 

M*PCH rONG Fll, !;i>'fBtiM> «( %\f»- 
U pufy 



PROCLAMATION 

The game of soccer has contributed significantly in 
creating and expanding goodwill for our nation with our 
neighbors and friends in other parts of the world. Cali- 
fornia leads the nation in professional and youth soccer 
involvement. 

For participants, soccer encourages the development 
of sound characteristics of dynamic, constructive citizen- 
ship. It provide;; excellent training for blending physical 
and mental abilities, for working wita otaers to mutual 
advantage, and for achieving success against determined 
competitive effort. For spectators, soccer's infinite 
variety and flexibility of play provides popular, wliole- 
some and stimulating recreation for thousands of Americans 
each year. 

The North American Soccer League season for 1978 
will open in California the weekend of March 31, 1978, 
and in recognition of the sport's importance in the 
American way of life, I, MERVYN M, DYHALLY, Acting Governor 
of California, hereby proclaim March 31, through April 2, 
1978, as SOCCLR V^EEKEND in California. I urge my fellow 
Californians to give vigorous active support to their 
favorite teams, amateur or professional, throughout the 
year in order that the sport may continue to grow and to 
enhance American life for future generations. 




IN WITNESS VyHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 28th day 



f February, 1978. 




'riERVYN'M 
Acting Governor 



. dy^ialLy u - — ^-^ 



ATTEST: 



Waxctx "^.ZVs, ?i 



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MARCH FONG EU 
Secretary of State 

By l^iLaiJI / ^^UUm- 

Deputy ' ^ 



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l^xcnitiDt ©epartment 

^tr of CaUTomia 



FILED 

In <h* oOkk of !<<« SwTrtory of Stott 
of t*i* S*a*« ot Coltfornio 

MARCH F0N6 ril. 5 -ttar* ri Sti?« 



Gold, Green 

Let it be 

On a day in March 

California; 

When the grass is green 

On the rolling hills 

And the snow 

Is deep in the mountains — 

Let it be 

On a day like this 

That we plant a tree 

California 

For the years to come 

For the little ones 

and the lakes 

Will be pure in the mountains — 

Let it be gold and green 

California; 

That we touch the ground 

That we heal the land 

From the mountains to the sea. 

Gary Snyder '78 

This poem was written in honor of Arbor Day which has traditionally 
been set aside as a day designated for the planting of trees. Trees 
provide shelter for us and for birds and wildlife. They give us shade 
and conserve our soil, we harvest fruit from trees and at the same 
time enjoy their beauty. 

I hereby proclaim March 7th as Arbor Day in order that all Califor- 
nians may be reminded of the multitude of benefits we reap daily from 
this precious resource. I hope the day will be dedicated to the plant- 
ing of trees not only for the benefit of this generation but as our 
gift to posterity. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 1st 




day of March, 1978. •^ 
EDMUND G\ BRCftjf JR. ^ 



Governor 
TTESTj 



Secretary of Statue 



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ocjctary of Slat( 



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lExtnititJC department 

3tatt of (Lilifomo 



MAR9- W8 

MAFCH rONC fll. J" -ctaty Cl SjIs 

PROCLAMATION 
OF A 
STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, having 
found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property 
•xist within the Counties of Inyo, Mono, San Diego, and San Luis Obispo, 
State of California, beginning on February 5, 1978, as a result of heavy 
' rains, winds, mudslides, flooding, heavy snow and avalanches, and other 
conditions which, by reason of their magnitude, are beyond the control of the 
services, personnel, equipment and facilities of said Counties, and having 
been requested by the Chairmen of the Boards of Supervisors I proclaim a 
State of Emergency in the Counties of Inyo, Mono, San Diego, cuid 
Sjui Luis Obispo. 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 






Done at the City of Sacramento this 9th day of March, 1978 



ATTEST : 





DVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



Secretary of State 



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3^xcnitit)c Bcpartmcnt 

^tacc or CJlifomij 



PROCLAMATION 



FILED 

In ttw o*tr ol ik« S^.«to>y of State 

o) iK,. 5.1...), o» Co'.iorma ;j 

MAR 1 G 1978 '' 



I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the State of 
California, pursuant to Section 2553 of the Elections Code 
and Chapters 340 and 1160 of the Statutes of 1977, hereby 
proclaim and order that a special election be held on the 
sixth day of June, 1978, to be consolidated with the direct 
primary election to be held on that date. The following 
measures proposed by the Legislature during its 1977-78 
Regular Session, together with an initiative measure will be 
submitted to the qualified voters of the State of California 
on that date: 

PROPOSITION 1 State School Building Aid Law of 1978. This 
act provides for ci bond issue of three hundred fifty million 
dollars ($350,000,000) to provide capital outlay for construc- 
tion or improvement of public schools. 

PROPOSITION 2 Clean Water and Water Conservation Bond Law of 
1978, This act provides for a bond issue of three hundred 
seventy-five million dollars ($375,000,000) to provide funds 
for water pollution control and water conservation. 



PROPOSITION 
Adds section 



_3 Taxation Exemption — Alternative Energy Systems. 
38 to article XIII of Constitution to provide 
that Legislature may exempt from taxation all or any part of 
property used as alternative energy system which is not based 
on tossil fuels or nuclear fuels. 



PROPOSITION 4 City Charters— 
that any amendment to a city c 
manner, time, or terms of appo 
governing board of a school or 
change charter provisions rela 
pensation, removal or number o 
for approval by a majority of 
the school or community colleg 
including persons residing in 
boundaries. Requires submissi 
questions. 



Boards of Education. Requires 
harter which would change the 
intment or election of the 

community college district or 
ting to the qualifications, com- 
f such members must be submitted 
all the qualified electors of 
e district voting on the question, 
such district but outside city 
on of such amendments as separate 



PROPOSITION 5 Administrative Agencies. Adds section 3.5 to 
article III of Constitution to preclude administrative agency, 
even if created by Constitution or initiative, from (1) declar- 
ing a statute unconstitutional or (2) declaring a statute to be 
unenforceable or refusing to enforce a statute, because of 
unconstitutionality or because federal law or regulations 
prohibit enforcement, unless appellate court has made such a 
determination. 



PROPOSIT ION 6 

TTEY 



Sheriffs. Amends Constitution, article XI, 
and 4 (c) , to require Legislature and county 



sections 

charters to provide for elected county sheriffs 



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PROPOSITION 7 Local Agencies — Insurance Pooling Arrangements. 
Amends section 6 of article XVI of Constitution to permit 
cities, counties, townships and other political corporations 
and subdivisions of State, to join with other such agencies in 
providing for payment of workers' compensation, unemployment 
compensation, tort liability or public liability losses 
incurred by such agencies, by entry into an insurance pooling 
arrangement under joint exercise of powers agreement, or by 
membership in such publicly-owned nonprofit corporation or 
other public agency as may be authorized by Legislature. 

PROPOSITION 8 Owner Occupied Dwellings — Tax Rate. Adds 

Constitution, article XIII, section 9.5, to give Legislature 

power to provide for taxation of owner occupied dwellings, 

as defined by Legislature, or any fraction of value thereof, at , 

rate lower than that levied on other property. Tax rate 

levied on other property cannot be increased as result of jj 

lowering tax rate levied on owner occupied dwellings. ! 

PROPOSITION 9 Interest Rate — Judgments. Amends Constitution, 
article XV, section 1, to provide that Legislature shall set 
interest rate on state court judgments at not more than 10% 
per annum. Rate may be variable and based upon rates charged 
by federal agencies or economic indicators, or both. In 
absence of such rate setting by Legislature, judgment rate 
shall be 7% per annum. 

PROPOSITION 10 Rehabilitated Property. Adds Constitution, 
article XIII, section 44, to give Legislature power to exempt 
from taxation all or portion of full value of a qualified 
rehabilitated residential dwelling, as defined by Legislature, 
for five fiscal years following rehabilitation of such 
dwelling. Exemption shall be amount equal to full value of 
such rehabilitation up to maximum amount specified by Legisla- 
ture, and shall be applied only to that portion of full value 
attributable to such rehabilitation which exceeds full value 
of dwelling before rehabilitation. 

PROPOSITION 11 Taxation — County Owned Real Property. Adds 

subdivision (h) to article XIII, section 11, to provide that if 

land or improvements owned by and located within an existing 

county become incorporated into a new county formed after 

January 1, 1978, such land or improvements shall be exempt from 

taxation by the new county or any taxing agency or revenue 
district therein. 

PROPOSITION 12 Constitutional Officers, Legislators and Judges 
Compensation. Repeals sections of Constitution, articles IV, 
V and VI relating to payment of compensation, travel and living 
expenses ar.J retirement benefits for constitutional officers, 
legislators and judges. Adds article XXII providing for seven 
member cotunission which by resolution subject to legislative 
ratification by majority of each house, biannually sets salary, 
retirement, insurance and other benefits for above officials. 



Pilmltd la CALivoBNi* orFii i or ii*ti piintimo 



^xccutivie Btparmcnt 

^tatt of California 



.i.its co».issio„.. authority to provide health =a»^bs„sflt, 
or insurance. Restricts said ""'"JJJ "eduction of existing 
r„ridaiSo=n:i1;tirr?e?rr:»e„rr5fhtr and .enents once 

granted. 

^^^™^_^ Tax I'i-tf --,,^ri^%|J rndSbt^dnesf °" 
real property t o 1% of ^^J^^/^'^^P^^blishes 197 5-76 assessed 
previously approved by voters ^f^^^^^^f^ \in,its annual 
Valuation base for P-P-Jj^^^^^rrerss^^s.e^t after sale, 
increases in value. P^°^"^^^ '"i^-es 2/3 vote of Legislature 
transfer, or construction. Requires / increase 
to enact any change in state taxes ^^s^^" ^^ valorem, 
revenues. Prohibits ^'^^"^'^on real p?ope?ty? Authorizes 
sales, or transaction taxes on ^«^l^PJ°P^^Sent (except on 

^^X^'^^ T.ToT,ll.inl. electors. 

' _d ^:^^^^^^^^^--- ^"-- 

hereto this 14th day of March, 1978. 





ATTEST : 



t>V 



Secretary of State 



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^xtcutint ©tpartmtnt 

^tt of (Liliromia 



FILED 

In ttw offic** of ih* SMf»»ofy of Stat* 
of ihi- Stctp of Cotit'^rnJa 



MARJ2 01978 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-41-78 




WHEREAS, an Urban Strategy has been adopted for 
California pursuant to Section 65041 of the Government 
Code, and 

WHEREAS, this Strategy contains policies and actions 
to revitalize California's urban areas and to provide for 
new development and the protection of the State's natural 
environment; and 

WHEREAS, it is desired that actions of state agencies 
in urban areas should support the goals of the urban strategy; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State 
of California, do hereby issue this order to become effective 
immediately: 

ALL state agencies, departments, commissions, boards, 
and offices, shall, within the limits of law, conform their 
policies, actions and programs to the California Urban 
Strategy. 



IN WITNESS THEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 

17th d ay of March, nineteen 
hundred an(^ seventy-eight. 





Governor of Calif- 




ATTEST : 



Secretcury of State 



^r/Bf«rf to < 



33oo 




i^xecutiDe Btpartment 

;5tQttof£afifomia 



ol 111- Slot, o( C.,l,(-,„to 

MAR 2 0)978 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-40-78 



WHEREAS, the State of r^T ^ f 
amounts of property throughout ?iest2^^ presently owns large 
small, xn urban areas and rural ar J! ' ^^""^^ ^^^^^^s and 
^"^ "^ ^^^^^' iniproved and unimproved; 

co^nerciarSd'in'Sus'tiSi S^L^^r^ i-Portant residential, 
£i^,,,.4.^ — , "u&t^xai development potential +-r, v • ^ , ■ 

- keeping with th^ gJals^of'?aI?f^r'nia"s 



existing urban areas 
urban Strategy. 

immediately: ^ ""^ ^^^^ "^^^r to become effectivl 

a listing of'a?i'\SXrhSlTb'"r' Directors shall prepare 
hold, or by any otSr interest wh." ^^ °^ ^^ ^"'^^ term'^IIKe! 
or in use by the departi^ent nr\ ^ ^^ ""^ presently required 
has been formally dJsi^ated as Il^n^ "^":^^^ °^ not such land 
submitted by May 1, 19?8 to the DirJcto; f." '""^^"^ ^^all Se 
who IS charged with the r^^r,,;!, v, f^ ^ °^ General Services 
taining the inventory ^^^P^^-^^^l^ty of developing and mlin- 

for each^sSch'parcel"?ftaid ^^'^'^ '^" following information 
General Services: ^"'^ ^^ specified by the DirectoJ? of 



(1) 



identifying infSJmatl^n ^ ^"^ °^^^^ 



(2) Size. 

(3) Characteristics 
(a) topography 

(c) idenMf'^^'^""^"^^^" "^ture 
ic; Identified soil probl 



etc. 



ems, flood plain. 



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PAGE TWO 



(4) Zoning 

(5) Availability of water /sewer, other infrastructure 

(6) Present use of parcel 

(7) Date and purpose of acquisition 

(8) Acquisition cost 

(9) Condemnation restrictions or other restrictions 

(10) Special Release procedures 

(11) Planned future use 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the Director of General 
Services shall send copies of the inventory to the Director 
of the Office of Planning and Research and the Director of 
Housing and Conmunity Development, who shall thereafter 
evaluate and determine which lands can be made available to 
assist in providing low and moderate income housing or as an 
incentive for commercial or industrial development, and make 
their recommendations to the State Public Works Board. 



IN WITNESS THEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
17th day of March, nineteen 
hundred and seventy-eight. 




ecretary of State 



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'My 






33o/ 



l^xecotiOE ©tpartment 

^tc or (!:alifomia 



PROCLAMATION 



FILED 

In 111* on"'.- of tK» Srorltiry ol 

o« ih, Shiit a( Colrfornio 

MAR 2 0)978 
1. H-»y 



Pursuant to Chapter 1 of Part 6 of Division 9 of the 
Welfare and Institutions Code, and in order to provide for 
the continued operation of the state plans for Families with 
Dependent Children under the provisions of the Welfare and 
Institutions Code, I do hereby find as facts: 

That assistance to this State for the above- 
mentioned Public Assistance Program is provided 
for by the Federal Social Security Act; and 

That this State has qualified to receive Federal 
assistance for the above-mentioned Public Assis- 
tance Program and has not been notified that 
further payment of such Federal assistance will 
not be made because of failure of this State to 
comply with the requirement of the Federal 
legislation; and 

That Federal assistance to this State for the 
above-mentioned Public Assistance Program has 
not been received, and it is improbable that 
such Federal assistance will be received by this 
State prior to the usual time for transmitting 
such Federal assistance to the counties of this 
State. 



In consideration of 
proclaim the existence of 
the months of March, Apri 
with Dependent Children, 
by the State Department o 
Federal assistance payabl 
and appropriated by Secti 
Institution Code are avai 



the above findings, I do hereby 

a period of welfare emergency for 
1, May, and June 1978 for Families 
and declare that the sums estimated 
f Benefit Payments in the amount of 
e to this State under Federal law 
on 18003 of the Welfare and 
lable for expenditure. 



You are, therefore, authorized and directed to do all the 
things necessary to accomplish the intent and purpose of said 
Chapter 1 of Part 6 of Division 9 of the Welfare and Institu- 
tions Code. 



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Arlwfrl im cAtirosKiA orrici or iTAri raiMTiMa 



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i^xtcutiDc ©tpartmtnt 

^tt of (Litifornia 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this 17th d ay of March, one thousand nine hundred 
and seventy-eight. 





ATTEST 



[Ai'mcHa ^\<a ^' 



o 



SECRETARY OF STATE 



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CdiA^lij,. 



Dfifcuty Sccru 



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frlnuJ im f AiirokNiA opfili or iiaii PilNTtne 



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33^^ 






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^jttcotitit ©cpartmtnt 

estate of California 



EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. B 42-78 



r 1 1 E D _ 

f\PRl0l9/8 I 

MARCH fONG fU ->"'»«'>«' ^'* 

^ t.puty 



^ J ^ n 99-77 established the 
WHEREAS. E^^-^^^i^^.^^fLlefthe direction of the 
Drought Einerg«"^y,^"^the tate Military Department; 
commanding General of tne 

and 

WHEREAS, the °^°-9^ts?^"rSirecrind°coord"ate 
initiated on an interim ^J^^l.^cts of the drought; 
state efforts to combat the exie 

* n *-o date for the Winter of 1977- 

no longer exists; 

«OW. THERKFORE L.^-^^^tSeTf thrp^efand 
of the State ^^/^^^^f St'the'^Coistitution and statutes 
authority --^fc^^^i.-J^.^L do hereby rescind Executive 
°0rder%"7- 7?^f? t!^ve AprU 30. 1978. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of Californxa 
to be affixed thxs _!£H1 
day of April, nineteen 
hundred and seventy-exght. 




Go 



TEST: 



ifornia 



lAiaA6^ V^ ^ 



Secretary of State 



Depvvty Secretary of State 



ftHIlt •• ■ 



33o3 



£xtnitit)e ©tpartmtnt 

^tatt of CTiiifomia 



PROCLAMATION 



FILED 

In th* oKf oi ts» s<..r,ij,y of Snts 
q\ the Stale ot (.ulrfoinia |j 

•'^.PR 13 1978 

MARCH fONG ru. 'Sf'^.Btefv o) %\-4t 



WHEREAS, the United States Savings Bonds program has, 
tlirough the Payroll Savings and Dond-a-Month plans, 
encouraged many Californians to increase personal 
savings and provide a more secure future for themselves 
and their families; and 

WHEREAS, savings systematically with savings bonds con- 
tributes a substantial degree of fiscal stability to the 
national economy by helping to fund the public debt in 
an inexpensive manner; and 

WHERKAS, the added savings of our citizens through bonds 
helped to develop additional reserves of purchasing 
power, thereby helping our economy; and 

WHEREAS, these contributions to the public good by the 
savings bonds program and the thousands of public- 
spirited individuals who volunteer their time and 
talents to the program through California deserve 
recognition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, tlERVYH M. DY.IALLY, Acting Governor 
of the State of California, do hereby proclaim the month 
of May, 1978, in California as 

UNITED STATES SAVINGS BOND MONTH. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
13tn day of April, 1978. 




YN i1 . 4 DYMALLY ' ? 

Acting Governor '"' 

Attest: ^ . 

MARCH FONG EU ' 
Secretary of State 

By ]MiLalV U iJagoiv- 

Deputy Sectetary on State 



fftmtti im CA 






Extcutiot ©tpartmtnt 

j^tatcofCalirornia 



PROCLAMATION 



j3o*/- 



FILED 

In lh» o*""" "♦ »*'•' S»tr»tofy of StofA 

of t^e Stota of Culifornio 1| 

.'\PR131978 

MARCH FQJtG tl). S'-itJO '• !''^'" 



helping workimj ncn »"J "™^ , .„^r„uy proclaim 
economic a^^,,-'',','^ r^^fStrthday, a. "A- P"!"" 
5Sn^I.P1|'""- in CaliEornia. 

^„, nis man, c-",^-^^^"?..^ l,."a?»lni"/iivll 
»-S^'''eorBlS"C4S^^a„a o^anUln, t,.e^^^^ 

Brotnetaood o£ slecpin, ;"j^fS struggle on both 

rejecting violence as a tactic oi 

noJal and practical grounds. 

I would like to.encouraga the =itize„s__of this^^ 

|r,rL5/'rPo'.?u'°o;.?""in^riieo.nia o„ .P.il 13. 

1978. 



IM WITNESS WHKltEOF, 

I have hereunto set 

mv hand and caused the 

Great Seal of the State 

of California to be affixed 

this 13th day of April, 

1978. 





^^^j^l^rf^i:?^ 



Actinq Governor 



Attest: 

MARCH FONG EU ' 
Secretary of State ^ 



D^^piity sJcretiFy ^ State 



^ri*f«4 *• e* 



33 05- 



IJxtcntitJt ©tpartmtnt 

^tattofCotironiia 



r-| 

TILED _ 

^PR 191970 

MARCH (ONfl fU. So-j^Uiry *• SUtJ i| 



PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, Edmund G. Brovm Jr., Governor of the State of 
California, having been informed that beginning on or 
about February 5. 1978, high winds, heavy rains and 
flooding have caused serious damage to property, 
particularly highways, within the County of San Benito, 
State of California, hereby proclaim the existence of a 
State of Emergency in the County of San Benito, within the 
meaning of Section 125, Title 23, United States Code. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 18th day of 
April, 1977. 



-<:■.. 



Governot of California 



V v 



\TTEST ! 






n c. 



Secretary of State 







r^ 



^rlmlti to cALirriHU orFici or iTArs raiKTiio 



J3o4 



iExtnititJt Btpartmtnt 

^attofCabfomiG 



FILED 

MAY 4 - 1970 



- '•/ 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-43-78 



WHEREAS, Rapid solar energy development and conmier- 
cialization creates jobs, stimulates economic growth, conserves 
scarce fossil fuels, provides a safe, clean and renewable 
energy resource, and reduces utility costs to commercial, 
industrial and private consumers; and 

WHEREAS, The State, already the national leader in 
solar energy, can further develop solar commercialization and 
business development projects by coordinating solar energy 
activities and policies of State agencies; and 

WHLREAS, The solar industry as well as consumers, 
labor and business groups look to the State for assistance 
in economic and business development, public information, 
and coordinated public participation in State solar policy 
development; and 

WHEREAS, the Secretary of the Business and Transpor- 
tation Agency is the Governor's principal liaison with the 
business community. 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and Statutes of the St te of 
California, do hereby issue this order, to become effective 
immediately: 

1. There is established in the Business and 
Transportation Agency the SolarCal Office, 

to provide a focal point within State govern- 
ment to assist in the maximum feasible com- 
mercialization of solar energy. The Secretary 
of Business and Transportation Agency is directed 
to establish the position of Director of the 
SolarCal Office, who shall be appointed by and 
serve at the pleasure of the Governor. 

2. There is established a SolarCal Council to work 
with the SolarCal Office. The Chairman of the 
Council shall be the State Architect, and the 
Executive Secretary of the Council shall be the 
Governor's Assistant for Issues and Planning. 
The SolarCal Council shall consist of members 
who shall be appointed by and serve at the 
pleasure of the Governor. Additional members 
will be appointed from State government to 
serve ex-officio. 



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B-43-78 
PAGE TWO 



. The SolarCal Council shall have the follow^ nq 
responsibilities: J-u-i-J-ow^ng 

. Advise the Governor and the SolarCal Office 
on the means to achieve rapid development of 
solar energy m the State; 

. Develop Administration policies .nd plans for 
maximum feasible solar commercialization; 

■ S*',i"^°''rK^°".^''^^^^^'^ t° the public about 
the use and benefits of solar energy; and 

. Promote cooperation in solar energy 

development in California with the federal 
government as well as public and private 
interests. 

Se ?of?''^°'' °^ ^^^ SolarCal Office shall have 
the following responsibiJ ities : 

• rls^nsiKl??i^sT' '°"""' '" '^'''''' ''' 

' alJS'Ss;'"" "'"'"'^ ^°'" ^"^^^ P°l--- 

. Advise the Governor and the Secretary of the 
Business and Transportation Agency on the 
concerns of the solar business coLunity? 
particularly those of small businesses; 

. Develop and implement projects in solar 
commercialization; 

■ f^^ff^"^^^ ^^^ ^"^^'^ ^"^^gy activities of 
state agencies. 

iii t^^^t ^^encies, departments and commissions 
the SolarCa?'o?f "'^ ^o assist and cooperate with 
tne SolarCal Office and the SolarCal Council in 
carrying out their responsibilities. """'''■'■ ^" 



B^xcnititit Bcpartmtnt 

^tate of California 



B-43-78 
PAGE THREE 




IN WITNESS THEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be 
affixed this 3rd day of May, 
nineteen hundred and seventy 
eight. 

Governor cjf California I 



ATTEST : 



Secretary of State 

put> L-. 




A.' 



prtmud Im cALiroiNtA ovrtea op itatb 



SSo'P 



l^xccotitjc ©tpartmtnt 

^tattorCaUfonna 



AMENDMENT TO 

PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



FILET D 

In til* off"" o* **>♦■ -'^ K»ary of 8M« \ 

of t*<r Sin»e ot Co'ifornio 1 

MAY 15 1378 |j 



I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the State of 
California, having been informed that beginning on or about 
February 5, 1978, high winds, heavy rains and flooding have 
caused serious damage to property, particularly highways, 
within the County of San Henito, State of California, here- 
by proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency in the 
County of San Benito, within the meaning of Section 125, 
Title 23, United States Code. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 11th d ay of 
May, 1978. 



ATTEST : 





Mj. 






\ 



Secretary of State 



Priw/tJ Is CALIPOKNI* OfPICI Ot ITATI PBtNTtNO 



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Uxtcutitit ©cpartmcnt 

^tattofCaliromia 



F::t;CUTIVE ORDJ^R wo. D-44-78 




IVEREA'^. the nassagc of Proposition 13 has substantially 
limited the aAoun? of tai revenues available to cities, countxes, j 
school and other special districts; and i 

r.T-Tr-^r-AS increased financial assistance from the State may i 
be necessary to enable local officials to maintain those services 
necessS ?or the protection of public health and safety as well 
as the continued operation of programs mandated by state and 
federal laws; and 

vmEREAS, the exact araount of State assistance required is 
unknown at this time; 

MO::, THEn-FORC, I, Edmund G. nrown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority vested 
in m^ by the Constitution and statutes of the State of California. 
' do hereby issue this order to become effective immediately: 

1. Effective today, no new employees will be hired 
by any state agency or department unless 

a. the appointnent was effective on or 
before June 6, 1978; or 

b. the position is necessary for the care 
or supervision of individuals in a 
24-hour care facility; or 

c. the new position or replacement of an 
existing position is required by an 
omergsncy situation or by extraordinary 
circur.stances . 

2. The Department of Finance is hereby directed to 
issue guidelines and instructions necessary for 
the in^lementation of this "xecutive Order, 




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in WITNESS VJIIEREOF, I have '■ 

hereunto set my hand and ; 

caused the Great Seal of 'I 

the State of California to 
be affixed this 7th day 

of June* A.D. nineteen 
hundtcd and^-pev^ty-eight 




Governor of California 
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Secretary of State 




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liXECUTIVK ORDKR NO. B-45-78 



WHEREAS, the passage of Proposition 13 ^"^f "^^J-^^^^^^^ 
reduced tax revenues available to cities, counties, schools and 
other special districts; and 

WHEREAS, substantial financial assistance ^^^"'^Jhe State 
will be necessary to enable local governments and districts to 
provide essential public services; and j 

WHEREAS, there is an immediate need to develop f^^^^amental 
reforms of government tax laws and spending programs at both the 
State eund local levels; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority vested 
fn J; Sy the Co^ti^ution and statutes of the State of California, 
dS hereby issue this order to become effective immediately: 

1 There is established the Commission on Government 
Reform.' Said Commission shall be composed of not more than 20 
mlm^; appointed by the Governor^, with a Chairperson to be des- 
ianated bv the Governor. Members of the Commission shall serve 
iShout compensation but shall be reimbursed for actual expenses. | 

I 2. The commission shall meet on a regular basis to: i 

(a) study the long-term economic impacts of 
Proposition 13 on state and local govern- 
ment finances; 

(b) review the tax structures and financing 
of cities, counties, school and other 
special districts; and 

(c) examine the functions and services pro- 
vided by cities, counties, schools and 

; other special districts, and their | 

relationship to one another and state j 

government. i| 

3 No later than January 15, 19 79 the Commission shall 
deliver to the Governor and the Legislature an interim report 
summarizing its findings. The Commission's report shall also 
include recommendations for permanent reforms m the tax, revenue 
and spending systems of both state and local go^^^""*^;;^' ^^^^Ji^_ 
as any reforms the Commission believes necessary m the structure 
of state or local governmental entities. 



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4. The Commission shall he provided with whatever facil- 
ities and personnel are necessary to complete its assignment from 
within existing structures of state government. The Governor's < 

[' Executive Secretary shall insure that all necessary resources are j 
made available to the Commission. | 

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5. All state agencies, departments, boards and commissions 1 
are hereby directed to assist and cooperate with the Commission in 
carrying out its responsibilities. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be 
affixed this twenty-third 
day of June, A.D. nineteen 
hundred and sgfi^ent^ -eight. 






GoWrnor^f California 
ATTEST 

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Secretary of State 




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GOVERNOR S OFFICE 

SACRAMENTO 9BB14 



EDMUND G. BROWN JR- 



TO: 



FROM: 



SECRETARY OF STATE 
CONTROLLER OF THE STATE OF 

CALIFORNIA 
TREASURER OF THE STATE OF 

DIRECt'oSTtHE state DEPARTMENT 

OF SOCIAL SERVICES 
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE 

EDMUND G. BROWN JR., GOVERNOR 



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P„s.ant to Chapter 1 of Part 6 of "j'^i^i'^'^oI.rcontrnS '"ptation of 
lostitutions Code, and '" .<"^''='"„J™'ient Children under the provisions 
5rtSTel?l?raLd\S;lrtio::'?or""do nereh, find as facts: 

.. fh<c <;tai-p for the above-mentioned 
KSlfrss^tuncrp'r5;?|f P .*d for 0, the 

Federal Social Security Act; and 

That this State has ^.-I^^l^J.^^JerPublu'Asirslance 
assistance for the above-mentioned PuD.^^^^^ ^^^^^ 

Program and has "f .^^f ".^^^^ pot be made because of 
t^^ :f fhls rtrtrro"co;;ly with the requirement 
of the Federal legislation; and 

T„at Federal '■■.^'^f'f:,X'tl^"«^^rJ^^£°'''' 
"""'i"^' a"nd it 'r mprobable fh" such Federal 
received, »"'^, \ '%"".„ j by this State prior to the 
Sull'SJir'trlnSttln, sLh Federal assistance to 

the counties of this State. 

in consideration of the above ^in^,;"r.;nJy'°for"theVon?Ss1? Ouly..^, 
SisJence of ^ Period of we fare emergency^f or ^^ ^.^^ dependent chilren. 

August, September, and October i^/o Department of Social 

and declare that the sums "^.^/^^tss s tanc ayaSle to this State under 
Services in the amount ot^^^J^^J's^ton 18003 of the Welfare and 
?„ftl't:t!rsrorarrvliraJl'e%r^;;endnore. 



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Secretary of State 

Controller of the State of California 
Treasurer of the State of California 
Director of the State Department of 

Social Services 
Director of Finance 



You are, therefore, authorized and directed to do all the things 
necessary to accomplish the intent and purpose of said Chapter 1 of Part 
6 of Division 9 of the Welfare and Institutions Code. 




Witness my hand and seal at 
Sacramento, Calitprnia, this, 
20th Day of JijA/|1978 




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EXECUTIVE ORDER B-46-78 

WHEREAS it is the responsibility of the State of 

attack Ey a foreign power and other emergenc:Les; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of 

the State "^^J"'"^"".; _, the Government code, do hereby 
"rLctn^SxLut'ive «Cer"o!'B-6-75 ana do hereby is.ue th.a 
Order to become effective immediately; 



f Emergency Services, 
Director of Emergency 

Director of Civil 
e for preparation of 
a Emergency Plan and 

through the Cali- 
il, to me for 



The Director, Office o 
who is also the State 
Planning and the State 
Defense, is responsibl 
the State of Californi 
the submission thereof 
fornia Emergency Counc 
approval ; 

The head of each department, bureau, board, 
coLission and independent institution of 
state government, hereinafter referred to 
as an agency, is responsible for the 
emergency planning and preparedness of his 
agency; 

specific assignment of emergency Pl^^^i^^ 

functions to a given ^^^""^ ^^HJ^t'lf^l^^ 
in an Administrative Order by the Director, 
iff ice of Emergency Services, following 
consultation with the respective agency 
head; 

Draft copies of agency P^°<=^<i'^^^^/^^^?"^L 
to carry out emergency assignments shall be 
«;nhmitted to the Director, Office or 
EmSgenc? Services, for review and approval 
prior to publication. 

Each agency shall prepare for and ensure: 



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a. Protection of its personnel, equipment 
supplies, facilities, and vital public 
records against the destructive forces 
of nature or man; 

b. The utilization of minimum resources 
required for continuation of normal 
services and redirection of all other 
resources to accomplish objectives in 
accordance with the California Emer- 
gency Flan; 

c. Designation of facilities for emer- 
gency use. 

Authority is hereby granted each state agency 
to properly train employees for emergency 
assignments in test exercises conducted by the 
agency or the Office of Emergency Services. 
Agency directors may allow compensation or 
compensating time off for training outside of 
regular working hours. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 1st day of 
August, A.D. nineteen hundred and 
seventy-eight . 





overnor of California 



Secretary of State 

iJu;,Uvy Uourotary of Stato 






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PROCLAMATION t-.-^ly 
OF A 
STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, EOTUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, having 
found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property 
exist within the County of Santa Barbara, beginning on August 13, 1978, as a 
result of an earthquake which, by reason of its magnitude, are beyond the 
control of the services, personnel, equipment, and facilities of said County, 
1 and having been requested by the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of the 
County of Santa Barbara to proclaim a State of Emergency in said County, I 
therefore proclaim the existence of a State of Emer9ency in the County of 
Santa Barbara; emd 

I I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 

S filed in the office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 



Done at the City of Sacramento this /l^^^^Jday of August, 1978. 




ATTEST: 







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Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE ORDER D-2-78 



WHFREAS the Federal Government and the Call ornia 
Leais!^tSAave by introducing HR 12428 and SCR 61, respect- 
iJei? acknowledged the need to develop both a federal and 
statewide plan to fully utilize nutrition research and 
technology to benefit all citizens? and 

WHEREAS, there ifi a need for State Government to provide 
suppo^ S food and nutrition education programs to improve 
public knowledge of nutrition and the methods of selecting a 
nutritious diet; and 

WHEREAS, there is a need to effectively coordinate the 
work of state agencies which conduct nutrition education 
efforts. 

NOW THEREFORE, I, LIEUTEWaNT GOVERNOR MERVYN M. DYMALLY, 
Acting Soverno; of ^he State of California, by virtue of the 
powe? and authority vested in me by the Constitution and the 
statutes of the State of California, do hereby issue this 
ExecuttJe order to become effective immediately, to establish 
procedirL for the purpose of planning ^he coordination of 
certain food and nutrition education activities of state 
agencies; to establish certain programs for the purpose of 
??o!dinIting food and nutrition education activities and of 
testiig and demonstrating methods of increasing the quality, 
e1?ec?iveness and availability of food and nutrition 
information. 

1 A California Commission on Food and Nutrition is 
hereby* established in the Office of the Lieutenant Governor. 
The Lieutenant Governor shall have responsibility for 
Itoinlltering the activities of the California Commission on 
?o^d and Nut?ition. Necessary staff services and support for 
the California Commission on Food and Nutrition shall be 
provided by the Office of the Lieutenant Governor. 

2 The Commission shall be composed of seventeen (17) 
members appointed by the Lieutenant Governor as follows: 

A One individual who is representative of 
the State Department of Agriculture. 

B. One individual who is representative of 
the Agricultural Extension Service of the 
University of California. 

C. One individual who is representative of 
the State Department of Health and Welfare. 



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D. One individual representing the County 
Boards of Supervisors. 

E. One individual who is representative of 
the cities. 

F. One individual who is representative of 

the public schools. \ 

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G. One individual who will represent the 
views of professionals involved in human 
nutrition research and nutrition education. 

H. One individual who will represent the 
views of consumers and consumer groups. 

1. One California State Senator. 

J. One California State Assemblyperson. 

K. One individual who will represent the 
views of the food processing industry. 

L. One individual who will represent the 

views of the retail food marketing industry. 

M. One individual who will represent the > 

views of the general public. 

N. One individual who will represent the 
views of the farmers. 

0. One individual who will represent the 
views of commodity trade organizations. 

P. One individual who represents the views 
of voluntary organizations involved in 
nutrition education. 

Q. One individual who represents the media. 

All appointments of the original members of the Commission 
shall be made by the Lieutenant Governor. 

A vacancy in the Commission shall be filled in the same 
manner in which the original appointment was made. 

A Chairperson of the Commission shall be designated by 
the Lieutenant Governor. 






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3. Members of the Commission shall serve for a period 
of four (4) years. h^^^^" 

4. Nine (9) members of the Commission shall constitute 
of'^^hfT' • t Co^nission shall not act by an affirmative vote 
of the majority of its members. 

5. The Commission shall meet at the call of the Chair- 
person or a majority of the members of the Commission. 

6. The Commission shall be responsible for, durinq a 
than slftrrinf^''''"f " "°"'^ P^"°'-^ beginning 'not moL 
OrTerTt^l ^o?lowiXg^^''^^ '"^ ^"^^^'^^ "^^^ °^ ^^^ ^— ^-- 

A. Establishing a state food and nutrition 

education and food and nutrition education 
researcn policy, based upon thorough review 
of all past and current activities in the 
fields of nutrition education and nutrition 
education research. 

Derive from the policy referred to in sub- 
section "A" a comprehensive plan for state 
agencies conducting programs to provide 
nutrition information to all population 
groups without respect to age, race or 
income and recommendations for concurrent 
programs to be conducted by the private 
sector; and 

C. Prepare and submit to each House of the 

Legislature and to the Governor, the Secre- 
tary of the Health and Welfare Agency, Director 
of the Department of Agriculture, and 
Superintendent of the State Department of 
Education, a report summarizing the activities 
of the Commission and containing the policy, 
plan and recommendations developed under 
paragraph 6. 

o„«.=I' ^J^**«. California Commission on Food and Nutrition shall 
oversee the implementation of the policy and plan developed 
under paragraph 6 by, among ether means, establishing Pro- 
cedures and criteria for reviewing and evaluating the 
iffTdo^of"^^^ ^2^ efficiency of activities and programs in the 
fields of nutrition education and nutrition education research. 



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8. In carrying out its duties and responsibilities, 
the Commission shall actively enlist the support and co- 
operation of industry groups, foundations, voluntary and 
professional organizations, consumer orientated groups and 
local, state and federal governmental agencies. 

9. The Commission shall be funded through the Office 
of the Lieutenant Governor. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be 
affixed this 27th day of 
August, 1978. 




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RVYN M. DYMALLY 
Acting Governor of California 



Attest! 




MARCH FONG El 
Secretary of State' 




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PROCLAMATION 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of 
California, do hereby proclaim that a General Election will 
be held throughout this state on Tuesday, the seventh day 
of November, 1978, at which the following offices are to 
be filled: 

GOVERNOR; 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR; 

SECRETARY OF STATE; 

CONTROLLER; 

TREASURER; 

ATTORNEY GENERAL; 

MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION from 
each of the four equalization districts of the state; 

REPRESENTATIVES TO THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED 
STATES from each of the forty-three congressional districts 
of the state; 

STATE SENATORS from the even numbered districts 
of the forty senatorial districts of the state; 

MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY from each of the eighty 
assembly districts of the state; 

ONE CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT; 

THREE ASSOCIATE JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION ONE; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION ONE; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION TWO; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION THREE; 

THREE ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION THREE; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION FOUR; 



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ONE ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND 
APPELI.ATE DISTRICT, DIVISION ONE; 

ONE ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION TWO; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION THREE; 

THREE ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION FOUR; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL SECOND 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION FIVE; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, THIRD 
APPELIJVTE DISTRICT; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, THIRD 
APPELLATE DISTRICT; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, FOURTH 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION ONE; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, FOURTH 
APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION TWO; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, FIFTH ! 
APPELLATE DISTRICT; | 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT IN VARIOUS COUNTIES 
AS CERTIFIED BY THE SECRETARY OF STATE; 

Also, such other state, county and judicial district, 
or other offices as are provided by law to be filled at such 
election. 

I further proclaim that at such election there will 
also be submitted to the vote of the electors such proposed 
constitutional amendments, questions, propositions and initi- 
ative measures as are required to be so submitted by the , 
Constitution and laws of this state. ! 

I further proclaim that there shall be held on the 
same day and consolidated with such General Election those j 
Special Elccbions called by the Legislature and that there 
shall be submitted to the vote of the electors at such 
consolidated election those proposed constitutional amend- 
ments and other propositions which the Legislature has 
directed to be submitted at those Special Elections. 



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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set my hand and 
affix the Great Seal of the State of California this 16th 
day of August, 1978. 




Governor 



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Secretary of State 




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EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. B-47-78 



VTHEREAS, handicapped persons are a social and economic 
asset within the State of California whose potential has not been 
fully tapped; and 

WHEREAS, increased employment of handicapped workers, as 
well as retention and advancement of those already employed, 
requires the active cooperation and continued involvement of 
government, business and leibor; and 

WHEREAS, this administration is firmly committed to 
improving the employment emd advancement potential of hjuidicapped 
men amd women in California; and 

! 

WHEREAS, the President's Committee on Employment of the 
Handicapped has requested cooperation and assistance at the state 
level in promoting employment of the handicapped in California; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority vested 
in me by the Constitution amd statutes of the State of California, 
do hereby issue this order to become effective immediately: 

1. The Governor's Committee for Employment of the Handi- 
capped, created informally in 19 47 by Governor Earl Warren, is 
hereby officially established. The Committee shall be composed 
of not more than 80 members appointed by and serving at the 
pleasure of the Governor. Committee members shall serve without 
compensation or expenses. 

2. The Committee shall include the Directors of the 
Departments of Employment Development, Reheibilitation and Social ' 
Services, a representative appointed by the State Comprehensive \ 
Employment and Training Act Council, handicapped persons, repre- 
sentatives of business, ledaor, state and local government, private 
orgemizations and community groups concerned with problems of the 
handicapped, and members of the general public; the Secretary of 
the Health and Welfare Agency shall be an ex-officio member of 
the Committee. 

3. The Committee shall select an Executive Secretary who 
shall be an employee of the Employment Development Department. ' 
The Employment Development Department and the Department of . 
Rehabilitation shall provide administrative support to the ' 
Committee and all departments, boards and commissions are directed 
to cooperate with the Committee in carrying out its responsi- 
bilities, il 

4. The Committee will meet on a regular basis to promote 
the employment iuid advancement of hcuidicapped persons, and shall: 



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(a) 



(b) 



study the rehabilitation and employment needs 
of handicapped persons, the adequacy of existing 
programs designed to meet those needs, and the 
obstacles to increased employment of handicapped 
individuals; and 

cooperate with the President's Committee for 
Employment of the Handicapped, and assist other 
public and private community organizations in 
securing increased employment for the handi- 
capped, including employment of specific 

individuals brought to the Committee's attention; 
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(c) publicize the need for employing the handicapped, 
including the qualifications and availabiUty of 
handicapped individuals; and 

(d) solicit and encourage greater cooperation and 
assistance from business, labor and community 
groups, and recognize those individuals and 
organizations which have aided in promoting 
employment for the handicapped; and 

(e) report to and advise the Governor and the 
Secretary of the Health and Welfare Agency on 
matters relating to employment of the handi- 
capped and the Committee's activities and 
accomplishments . 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have ' 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be 
affixed this 19th day 
of September, A.D. nine- 
teen hundred and seventy- 
eight. 





ATTEST 



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PROCLAMATION 



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SEP 2 G 1978 1 

MiPCH FONQ EU, Swrttwv c(l SUU 

(J Dc?aty j J 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR, Governor of the State of 
California, hereby direct that the flag of the United States 
and the Bear Flag will be flown at half staff at all instal- 
lations or places, prescribed in Sections 4 31 and 4 32 of the 
Government Code for a period of 72 hours commencing on 
Tuesday, September 26, 1978, in memory of those who lost 
their lives in the recent air tragedy in San Diego. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
this 26th day of September, 19 78. 



GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 




Secretary of State 







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PROCLAMATION 
OF A 
STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, having 
I found that conditions of extremo peril to the safety of persons and property 
exist within the City of Laguna Beach, State of California, beginning on 
October 2, 197S, as a result of a landslide which, by reason of its magnitude, 
is beyond the control of the services, personnel, equipment and facilities of 
said city, and having been requested by the City Council, I proclaim a 
State of Emergency in the City of Laguna Beach. 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Los Angeles this 5th day of October, 1978. 



OF CALIFOl 





Secretary of State 



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PROCLAMATION 
OF A 
STATE OF EMERGENC Y 



I. EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, having 
found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property 
exist within the County of Los Angeles, State of California, beginning on 
October 23. 1978, as a result of major fires which, by reason of their 
magnitude, are beyond the control of the services, personnel, equipment and 
facilities of said County, and having been requested by the County Board of 
supervisors, I proclaim a State of Emergency in the County of U>s Angeles. 

I DIRECT THAT as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
I filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 



Done at fcbe 




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GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



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MARCH FON& EU, SKretary il St:*J 
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WHEREAS, Chapter 722 of the Statutes of 1978 (AB 
1068, Fazio) establishes procedures for administrative 
adjudication of minor traffic infractions on a pilot 
project basis; and 

WHEREAS, the aforementioned legislation creates 
the Traffic Adjudication Board to conduct and oversee said 
pilot program; and 

WHEREAS, the pilot program must have sufficient time 
for implementation so that the cost savings and traffic 
safety benefits of administrative adjudication may be 
fully realized; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the power and 
authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes 
of the State of California, do hereby issue this order to 
become effective immediately: 



The Traffic Adjudication Board shall, 
for organizational purposes, be located 
within the Business and Transportation 
Agency . 

Until such time as the Board is formally 
appointed, implementation of the pilot 
program shall be commenced and admini- 
stered by the Secretary of the Business 
and Transportation Agency, who shall 
also take all steps necessary to obtain 
federal funding for the project. 



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The Secretary of the Business and 
Transportation Agency is hereby 
authorized to hire sufficient staff 
from federal funds, or Vehicle Code 
fines and forfeitures, to begin 
implementation of the pilot program 
subject to approval by the Department 
of Finance. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused 
the Groat Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 

22nd day of November, 
nineteen hundred and seventy- 
eight. 



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ATTEST : 



Secretary of State 

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W0V27 1978 



1, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State 
of California, hereby direct that the flag of the 
United States and the Bear Flnq will be flown at half 
staff at all installations or places, prescribed in 
Sections 4 31 and 4 32 of the Government Code for a period 
of 120 hours commencing on Monday, November 27, 1978, 
in memory of Mayor George R. Moscone and Supervisor 
Harvey Milk. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 27th day of November, 1978 





GOVERNOrVoF CALIFORNIA 



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AMENDED 
EXECUTIVE ORDER D-2-78 



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WHEREAS, the Federal Government and the California 
Legislature have by introducing HR 12428 and SCR 61, 
respectively, acknowledged the need to develop both a 
federal and statewide plan to fully utilize nutrition 
research and technology to benefit all citizens; and 

WHEREAS, there is a need for State Government to 
provide support for food and nutrition education programs 
to improve public knowledge of nutrition and the methods 
of selecting a nutritious diet; and 

WHEREAS, there is a need to effectively coordinate 
the work of state agencies which conduct nutrition 
education efforts. 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR MERVYN M. 
DYMALLY, Acting Governor of the State of California, by 
virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the 
Constitution and the statutes of the State of California, 
do hereby issue this Executive Order to become effective 
immediately, to establish procedures for the purpose of 
planning and coordination of certain food and nutrition 
education activities of state agencies; to establish 
certain programs for the purpose of coordinating food 
ard nutrition education activities and of testing and 
demonstrating methods of increasing the quality, effective- 
ness and availability of food and nutrition information. 

Executive Order D-2-78 is hereby amended to read as 
follows: 

1. A California Commission on Food and Nutrition is 
hereby established in the Department of Food and Agricul- 
ture. The Director of the Department of Food and Agri- 
culture shall have responsibility for administering the 
activities of the California Commission on Food and 
Nutrition. Necessary staff services and support for 

the California Commission on Food and Nutrition shall 
be provided by the Department of Food and Agriculture. 

2. The Commission shall be composed of seventeen 
(17) members appointed by the Director of the Department 

of Food and Agriculture as follows: 

A. One individual who is representative of 
the State Department of Agriculture. 



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One individual who is representative of 
the Agricultural Extension Service of the 
University of California. 

One individual who is representative of 
the State Department of Health and Welfare. 

One individual representing the County 
Boards of Supervisors. 

One individual who is representative of 
the cities. 

One individual who is representative of 
the public schools. 

One individual who will represent the 
views of professionals involved in human 
nutrition research and nutrition education. 

One individual who will represent the 
views of consumers and consumer groups. 

One California State Senator. 

One California State Assemblyperson. 

One individual who will represent the 
views of the food processing industry. 

One individual who will represent the views 
of the retail food marketing industry. 

One individual who will represent the 
views of the general public. 

One individual who will represent the 
views of the farmers. 

One individual who will represent the 
views of commodity trade organizations. 

One individual who represents the views 
of voluntary organizations involved in 
nutrition education. 



Q. One individual who represents the media. 






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A vacancy in the Commission shall be filled in the 
same manner in which the original appointment was made. 

A Chairperson of the Commission shall be designated 
by the Director of the Department of Food and Agriculture. 

3. Members of the Commission shall serve for a period 
of four (4) years. { 

4. Nine (9) members of the Commission shall consti- ' 
tute a quorum. The Commission shall act by an affirmative | 
vote of the majority of its members. i 

5. The Commission shall meet at the call of the j 
Chairperson or a majority of the members of the Commission, i 

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6. The Commission shall be responsible for, during a 
twenty-four (2 4) calendar month period beginning not more 
than sixty (60) days after the effective date of this 
Executive Order, the following: 

A. Establishing a state food and nutrition 
education and food and nutrition education 
research policy, based upon thorough review 
of all past and current activities in the 
fields of nutrition education and nutrition 
education research. 

B. Derive from the policy referred to in sub- 
section "A" a comprehensive plan for state 
agencies conducting programs to provide 
nutrition information to all population 
groups without respect to age, race or 
income and recommendations for concurrent 
programs to be conducted by the private 
sector; and 

C. Prepare and submit to each House of the 
Legislature, the Governor, the Secretary 
of the Health and Welfare Agency, Director 
of the Department of Agriculture, and 
Superintendent of the State Department of 
Education, a report summarizing the activities 
of the Commission and containing the policy, 
plan and recommendations developed under 
paragraph 6. 

7. The California Commission on Food and Nutrition 
shall oversee the implementation of the policy and plan 



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developed under paragraph 6 by, among other means, 
establishing procedures and criteria for reviewing 
and evaluating the effectiveness and efficiency of 
activities and programs in the fields of nutrition 
education and nutrition education research. 

8. In carrying out its duties and responsibilities, 
the Commission shall actively enlist the support and 
cooperation of industry groups, foundations, voluntary 
and professional organizations, consumer oriented groups 
and local, state and federal governmental agencies. 

9. The Commission shall be funded through the 
Department of Food and Agriculture. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be 
affixed this 5th day of 
December, nineteen hundred 
and seventy-eight. 



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MERVYN M . DYMALLY 

Acting Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



MARCH FONG EU 
Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE ORDER D-3-78 



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DrCO-1970 
MARCH rnfir. ni. r 




WHEREAS, the Rural Youth Employment Project was 
established by a Department of Labor special project 
grant; and 

WHEREAS, the Rural Youth Employment project is 
under the^irection of the Office of the Lieutenant 
Governor; and 

WHEREAS, the Rural Youth Employment P^°^^=^^^^^''^i 
to minimize ^he unemployment problems specific to rural 
areas; and 

WHEREAS, it is in the public interest to promote 
the more effective management of the executive and 
administrative branch of the state government and of 
tS aiencies and functions and the expeditious 
^^^^?=^r^tion of the public business by grouping, 
c^soiidatiig? and coordinating agencies and functions 
JheJeif as ne;rly as possible according to major 
purposes . 

NOW THEREFORE, I, MERVYN M. DYMALLY , Acting 

Sis Executive Order to become effective immediately. 
IT IS ORDERED that: 

1 Effective January 3, 1979, the authority and 
respoi;ibilfty to aSLister the Rural Youth Employment 
p?;?ec? and budget funds allocated for said project 
shall be transferred to the Department of Social 
Services. 

2 Individuals employed to perform services 

«f <;nrial Services; persons exempt from tne civia. 
lervtce syKem may be appointed to said positions. 

3 The Director of the Department of Social 
Services is authorized to exercise the power to 



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only to the extent necessary for the administration 
of Rural Youth Employment project. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 5th day 
of Decembc:-, nineteen 
hundred and seventy-eight. 




Acting Governor of 
California 

ATTEST : 



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Secretary of State 



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EXECUTIVE ORDER D-4-78 



MARCH fON , I 



WHEREAS, communities along the Mexican border face 
particular problems unique to the region; and 

WHEREAS, the State's ability to respond fairly and 
expeditiously to the special needs of the region is 
essential; and 

WHEREAS, the establishment of a California office 
of the Southwest Border States Commission would provide 
a focal point within State government to accomplish the 
goals set forth by said Commission; and 

WHEREAS, a California office of the Southwest 
Border States Commission was previously established by 
Executive Order 3-34-77. 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, MERVYN M. DYMALLY, Acting 
Governor of the State of California, by virtue of the 
power and authority vested in me by the Constitution 
and statutes of the State of California, do hereby 
issue this order to become effective immediately: 

IT IS ORDERED that: 

1. Authority under Executive Order B-34-77 is 
hereby cancelled. 

2. Effective January 3, 197 9, the Office of the 
Governor shall have the responsibility for administering 
the activities of the California Office of the Southwest 
Border States Commission. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 5th day 
of December, nineteen hundred 
and seventy-eight. 




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Acting Governor of California 



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MARCH PONG 
Secretary 



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EXECUTIVE ORDER B 50-78 



WHEREAS, protracted litigation involving complex issues 
arising from major commercial and construction contracts is 
a significjmt cause of court congestion in the metropolitan 
courts of this state; and 

VAIEREAS, it is in the interest of the State of California, 
its citizens and parties to State construction contracts to 
reduce the rising cost of State construction projects by 
resolving claims which remain in dispute after exhaustion of 
administrative settlement procedures in a uniform and economical 
manner as expeditiously and informally as possible; and 

WHEREAS, principles of simple equity and fairness require 
that disputes which the parties to State construction contracts 
are unable to settle themselves be submitted to mutually 
agreeable third parties for resolution; and 

WHEREAS, Civil Code §1670 (Stats. 1978 c. 1374) authorizes 
independent arbitration of disputes involving public con- 
struction contracts; 

\ NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 

, State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective 
inmediately: 

1. All contracts by the Departments of General Services, 
Transportation and Water Resources under the State Contract Act, 
for which bids are opened between January 1, 1979 and December 
31, 1983, shall include the following provision requiring 
disputes to b» submitted to arbitration pursuant to Code of 
Civil Procedure §1280 _et seq ., except as otherwise provided 
herein: 

ARBITRATION 

"a. AGREEMENT OF PARTIES - By entering into the 
contract both parties are obligated, and 
hereby agree, to submit all disputes arising 
under or relating to the contract which 
remain unresolved after exhaustion of all 
remedies available under the contract to 
independent arbitration prior to litigation. 



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Except as otherwise provided herein, the 
arbitration shall be conducted under Code 
of Civil Procedure §1280 et seq ., and 
applicable departmental regulations. 

Either party may elect to proceed under 
Government Code §14378 for disputes sub- 
ject to that section. Such an election 
shall constitute a waiver of arbitration 
hereunder. Arbitration by both parties 
shall constitute a waiver of the right 
to proceed under Government Code §14378. 
The arbitration provided for in this 
contract shall be de novo , and any prior 
internal contractual dispute decision of 
the contracting agency shall not be final 
or conclusive. 

INITIATION OF ARBITRATION - Except on 
cost audit, latent defect, warranty or 
guarantee claims by the contracting state 
agency, arbitration of any dispute must 
be demanded in writing not later than one 
hundred eighty (180) days after receipt 
of a final written decision by the con- 
tracting state agency. If a final 
decision has not been issued within two 
hundred forty (240) days after acceptcUice 
of the work, a party shall have the im- 
mediate right thereafter to demand arbi- 
tration. 

SELECTION OF ARBITRATORS - Unless the 
parties agree otherwise, arbitration 
shall be by a single neutral arbitrator 
who shall be an attorney or retired 
judge. If the parties cannot agree to 
the appointment of a neutral arbitrator, 
either party may petition the superior 
court to appoint a neutral arbitrator 
from the panel of arbitrators certified 
by the Arbitration Committee. 

The arbitrator may employ an expert 
technical advisor in disputes of extra- 
ordinary technical complexity on motion 



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of either party or with the consent of 
the parties. On motion of either party, 
a non-attorney arbitrator shall employ 
an attorney advisor to assist in pre- 
paring the arbitration award. The 
parties shall share the expense of such 
advisors pro rata. 

'd. DISCOVERY - The parties consent to dis- 
covery rights and procedures as provided 
in Code of Civil Procedure §1283.05. The 
provisions of subparagraph (e) of 
§1283.06 shall not be applicable to dis- 
covery under this contract. 

"e. ARBITRATION AWARD - The arbitrator shall 
decide the dispute in accordeince with the 
applicable substantive law of California. 
An award, including an award of costs and 
fees pursuant to subparagraph (f) , is 
beyond the power of the arbitrator if the 
findings of fact are not supported by 
substantial evidence or the award is based 
on an error of law. The award shall in- 
clude written findings of fact, a summary 
of the evidence and reasons underlying 
the decision, and conclusions of law. 

Either party may petition the court to 
correct or vacate the award; provided, 
however, that the contracting state 
department may not petition to vacate an 
award without prior written authorization 
by the relevant Agency Secretary. 

AWARD OF COSTS - The arbitrator may also 
award reasonable and necessary costs 
actually incurred by the prevailing party, 
including that party's share of the 
arbitrator's fees, costs and expenses, as 
well as any administration fees. The 
arbitrator may also include reasonable 
attorney fees in an award of costs if: 



(i) 



the arbitrator finds that the 
party against whom the fees are 
assessed acted frivolously or 
in bad faith in its demand for, 
or participation in, the arbi- 
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(ii) not less than ten (lO) days 
prior to the arbitration 
hearing the party made an 
offer in writing to settle 
the dispute which was not 
accepted prior to such hear- 
ing, and the arbitration 
award is less favorable to 
the opposing party than the 
offer of settlement; provided, 
however, the offering party 
may only be awarded attorney 
fees from the time of the 
offer. 

If awarded, attorney fees shall not exceed 
the lowest rate incurred by either party, 
proof of which must include contemporaneous 
time records . 

•g. SUBCONTRACTORS AND SUPPLIERS - All contracts 
valued at more than $15,000 between the 
general contractor and its subcontractors 
euid suppliers shall include a provision that 
the subcontractors and suppliers shall be 
bound to the contractor to the same extent 
that the contractor is bound to the State 
by all terms and provisions of this contract, 
including the arbitration provision. 

'h. WAIVER - Nothing in this contract shall 
preclude the parties from waiving their 
right to arbitrate disputes under this con- 
tract and instead seeking relief in a court 
of competent jurisdiction. However, such a 
waiver must be by mutual written agreement 
executed after the dispute has arisen and 
approved on behalf of the state department 
by the relevant Agency Secretary. 

•i. DEFINITIONS - The term 'dispute' as used 

herein means any claim or demand for compen- 
sation or damages asserted by one party to 
this contract against the other party, 
arising under or relating to this contract 
which remains unresolved after exhausting 
all contractual remedies except arbitration. 

The phrase 'Arbitration Committee' means 



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the committee of seven (7) members 
created by Executive Order B 50-78 
issued December 8, 1978". 

The Departments of General Services. Transportation and 
'water Resources are directed to f opt whatever ^Jjf^^^f^"^" 
strative regulations are required to implement this Order. 
?he deplrSLts shall consult with the Arbitration Committee 
fo? ad?ice and recommendations prior to promulgating such 
regulations . 

2 Effective January 1, 1979, the contracting state 
agencies 'shall offer the construction contractor the oPPO^^unity 
?o arbitrate any dispute involving an existing contract awarded 
under the S?a?e^Contract Act in which trial has not commenced 
pursuant to the procedures set forth herein. Such arbitration 
sha^He in lieu of any de novo judicial determination of the 

, dispute, but shall not preclude judicial review of the arbi 

' tration award as provided herein. 

I With respect to the Department of Transportation, this 

provision shall apply only if the dispute is based on an 
exception to the Chief Engineer's proposed final estimate tiiea 
Ifter January 1. 1979, or to litigation pending on or filed 
Iflll jl^uaS 1 1979 However, if requested by a contractor, 
Se^iS sSineer. in his discretion, may agree to submit any 
dispSJe unde? an existing contract not otherwise subject to 
this Order, which arises prior to January 1. 1979, to arbi 
tration as provided herein. 

3 The Office of Administrative Hearings shall provide 
whatever 'administrative services and facilities are required to 

^element this Order pursuant to arbitration rules adopted by, 
^d fnterageiJy contracts executed with, ^he departments sub- 
ject ?o this O^der. such services shall -"^l^^^^^f ^f ^JJ^ °^ 
data necessary to evaluate the operation and effect of this 
oJder? ?Se Sffice shall recover the costs of such services 
through a filing fee imposed for each demand for arbitration. 

I The parties may also contract with the Office to provide 
an administrative law judge selected by mutual agreement to 
1 serve as their arbitrator. 

4 The Arbitration Committee is hereby created con- 
sisting of seven members. Three members from the construction 
iidus??v shall be appointed by the Associated General Contrac- 
tors o7california. of which at least one must be a nonmember 
ofsa^d assiciaJioA, and one member shall be appointed by each 



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of the three departments subject to this Order ^e^Director 
of the Office of Admxnistratwe Hearings o ^^^.^^^^ ^^^ 

shall be a nonvoting, ex °"to^allS staff support for the 
will provide the necessary fis.al and Stat PP^^.^^ ^^ ^.^^_ 

Conunittee. Co^^^^^ ^^f J^ rSJ^ur^ed for their necessary 
I out compensatxon, duc wj-ij. 

I expenses. 
I The conunittee shall develop -j^f.^^orf n.eeting'the^°" 
'of arbitrators, certify a P^^l/J^f ^;^|?i°r and departments 
Coramittee-s crxterxa -^ ^dvxse^the^^^^.^^^ .^^^^^^^^ ^^^ 

i I^Sriopn^nt'oraSftration rules as needed. 

i 5. State agencies not expressly subject to thxs Order. ^^ 
the State University and Colleges the Unxversxty^,^^^ utilizing 
-^biirafiorarroviSdTy"S!:'oSer"t^o resolve disputes 
SSer ?ie?r public construction contracts. 

6. unless modified. by a -f ^-J^^f rirSs^^'^h; 

this order shall be -"-is'SrSer shSr^aluat; the arbitration 

departments subject ^o this Order sn ^.^^^ ^ 

I, process and report to the Governor by July .^^^^^^^^^.^^^ ^^^ 
; Analysis of its effectiveness, including ^ ^^. ^^^ . ^ 
1 SSdif ication or ^^^ernative procedures In^p^ P^^^^^^ ^^^ 

report, the departments^hall consul^^.^^^^^ 

recommendations of the Aroitratj-ui 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
8th day of December. 197b. 




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of <h% State <rf CalHernla 

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MWCH FDNQ EU, Secmtity of 4l> 
Deputy 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-48-78 



WHEREAS, it is the responsibility of the State of 
California to maintain a high degree of preparedness in the 
event of an earthquake, flood, fire, riot, epidemic, attack by 
a foreign power and other emergencies; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California and in accordance with the provisions of Sections 
8567 and 8595 of the Government Code, do hereby rescind ExecutiM 
Order ilo. B-46-78, and do hereby issue this Order to become 
effective immediately: 

1. The Director, Office of Emergency Services, who 
is also the State Director of Emergency Planning 
and the State Director of Civil Defense, is re- 
sponsible for preparation of the State of Cali- 
fornia Emergency Plan and the submission thereof, 
through the California Emergency Council, to me 
for approval; 

2. The head of each department, bureau, board, 
commission and independent institution of state 
government, hereinafter referred to as an agency, 
is responsible for the emergency planning and 
preparedness of his agency; 

3. Specific assignment of emergency functions to a 
given agency will be made in an Administrative 
Order by the Director, Office of Emergency Services 
following consultation with the respective agency 



head ; 



Draft copies of agency procedures designed to 
carry out emergency assignments shall be sub- 
mitted to the Director, Office of Emergency 
Services, for review and approval prior to 
publication; 

Eacli agency shall prepare for and ensure: 

a. Protection of its personnel, equipment 
supplies, facilities, and vital public 
records against the destructive forces of 
nature or man; 



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The utilization of minimum resources 
required for continuation of normal 
services and redirection of all other 
resources to accomplish objectives in 
accordance with the California Emergency 
Plan; 



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Authority is hereby granted each state agency 
to properly train employees for emergency 
assignments in test exercises conducted by the 
agency or the Office of Emergency Services. 
Agency directors may allow compensation or 
compensating time oft for training outside of 
regular working hours. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California to 
be affixed this 2flth day of 
December , A. D. nineteen 
hundred and seventy-eight. 




Goverijor of California 



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Secretary of State 



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JAN 9 1979 

MMCH FONQ EU, Sec(«toiy of HtsM || 



P'»»u«v 



SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of California, do 
hereby proclaim and order that a special election shall 
be held on the 3rd day of April, 1979, within the 11th 
Congressional District of the State, to fill the vacancy 
in the office of Member of Congress from said district 
resulting from the death of Congressman Leo J. Ryan. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed hereto this 9th day of January, 1979. 




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£itcutit)t department 

^tate of Califomia 



In *• o«» at *• S«™«ory rf SW» 
d *• itol» •» ColMortilo 

JAN 101979 

MARCH FONQ FU, Siswtary d Stats 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of California do hereby 
i designate the Director of Food and Agriculture to approve 
and proclaim quarantine regulations involving another state, 
territory, district or foreign country, pursuant to 
Section 5303 of the Food and Agricultural Code. 



I 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed hereto this 10th day of January, 1979. 




Secretary of State 



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^tatt of Galifomia 



of th« Shii* of Coltfornki 

JAN 101979 

MARCH fONG EU, $• 




PROCLAMATION 



"If you will protest courageously, and yet with 
dignity and Christian love, when the history books 
are written in future generations, the historians 
will have to pause and say, 'There lived a great 
people — a black people — who injected new 
meaning and dignity into the views of civiliza- 
tion. •" 

These are the words of Martin Luther King, Jr. in the 
heated days of the civil rights movement. He was a man who 
spoke of enduring principles with great eloquence and who 
lived by the principles he espoused. Martin Luther King 
was equal to the challenges of his time. His words bear 
rereading and his actions bear recalling especially on this 
day, the 50th anniversary of his birth. 

I, therefore, proclaim in the State of California 
January 15, 1979 as Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 10th 
day of January, 1979. 





EDMUN 
Cover 



ATTEST : 



V* n. -1-,,. 9''. 

Secretary of Stai:e 



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PROCLAMATION 



F i L t D 

In Hm office ol ttw SKrttmy o( Slotr 

)AN161979 

MWTCH FONG El), Sw-mt»fy cf St*! 




in celebrat^l^g xn'l9^rthr nJ' '° ^°^" *^^^ ^-^^ community 

thfon ^^^'^" in their beauty! Senofh '!? °"' conviction 
the currency of our dreams fo^ ?he JJtUre? "^^'^i^ity are 

FOR THE CHILDREN 

lie before us. 
the steep climb 
of everything, 
up, as we all 
go down. 



going up. 



In the next century 

or the one beyond that, 

they say, ' 

are valleys, pastures, 

we can meet there in peace 

if we make iL. t^^at-e 

one^'wirS .''^"^ ^°"i"5 "ests 
one word to you, to 

you and your children: 

stay together 
learn the flowers 
go light. 



California. 



I hereby proclaim 1979 as the Y 




Gary Snyder 

ear of the Child in 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 

dav of^?^'''^^ this 16th 
aay of January, 1979. 



Governor 
TTEST : 




Secretary ot Statel 



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3!xtcutiDc Btpartment 

^tatc of California 






SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of California, do 
hereby proclaim and order that a special election shall 
be held on the 17th day of April, 1979, within the 
31st Senatorial District of the State, to fill the vacancy 
in the office of Member of Senate from said district 
resulting from the resignation of Senator George Deukmejian. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed hereto this 16th day of January, 1979. 




nnvf»rnor V^ 



Secretary of State 



Deputy Eecrotu 



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Statr of (Lilifomia 



MWCH raNG (a SecretMV of %to 



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PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



WHEREAS, the laws of the State of California empower the Governor j 
to proclaim a State of Emergency in an area or region of this State affected 
or likely to be affected by certain conditions of disaster or extreme peril 
to persons and property within the State, which proclamation shall be in 
writing and shall take effect immediately upon its issuance; and 

WHEREAS, it is further provided by Section 2 (a) and (b) of 
Article XIII A of the Constitution, that after a disaster, as declared by 
the Covemor, an assessment or reassessment may be made of taxable real 
property based on the County Assessor's evaluation of real property as shown 
on the 1975-76 tax bill when the fair market value of such real property as 
reconstructed is comparable to the fair market value prior to the disaster 
**ich occurred after the 1975 assessment. 

VTHEREAS, I, as Governor of the State of California, have found 
«md so hereby find: 

1. That conditions of disaster did arise and exist in the North 
Park area bounded by 3500 blocks of Felton; 3300 and 3400 blocks of Dwight; 
3500 and 3600 blocks of Nile; and 3500 and 3600 blocks of Boundary, includ- 
ing 4127 1/2 Iowa Street, City of San Diego, County of San Diego, State of 
California, as a result of a mid-air crash which occurred on September 25, 
1978. 

2. That the Governor has been requested to proclaim a State of 
Emergency therein by the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of the County 
of San Diego, and the City Council of the City of San Diego; and 

3. That the aforesaid conditions of disaster warrant and 
necessitate the proclamation of the existence of a State of Emergency. 



T 




NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of 
California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested in me by the Con- 
stitution and laws of this State, do hereby proclaim the existence of a State 
of ESnergency in the North Park area bounded by 3500 blocks of Felton; 3300 
and 3400 blocks of Dwight; 3500 and 3600 blocks of Nile; and 3500 and 3600 
blocks of Boundary, including 4127 1/2 Iowa Street, City of San Diego, County 
of San Diego, State of California, and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall constitute the declaration of 
a disaster as referred to in Section 2 (a) and (b) of Article XIII A of the 
Constitution; and 

I DIRECT that this proclamation shall take effect immediately, 
effective September 25, 1978, and that as soon hereafter as possible this 
proclamation be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State of the State 
of California; and that widespread publicity and notice be given to this 
proclamation. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Gveat Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 



Done at the City of Sacramento this " day of January, 19 






Secretary of State . 

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:u.:^y or GtuL3 



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3!ienit!t)t Btpartment 

»5cart of dalifomia 



'" ^^"r "' ""• S«rrtory of $< 
•♦ •*• Jtota o« ColHornlo 

fTBl;-.i979 



By(3^l^ 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-52-79 




both a feder"'^^d"?at4-widl oJ^Ti^f^f? "'^"""'' '° ^'^^loP 
research and tcch„olo,/tra„SS al/cuLL's'tl„^a""'""°'' 

develop a state-wide Sln\T?t^, '^ departrnental level to 
technology, and '^ ° "''^^s nutrition research and 

Califo^fJ?i.Sl=^„"- ?oS'aSd'»u? ^"^"=''-'» '»» 

o£ the Lieutenant Governor saS<-^™f-°" T'"^" "='«' »*"=« 

cr?n"o^?s°o^fSr ""^" ''■""-""-"""-'''-"-^^^^^^^ 
c'L\'i^riia:'do\2i.rL%'^!i? '^^^ 

immediately: ^ ""^ ^"^^^ °^^e^ to become effective 

^' Sof^K^''^.°''f^'' D-2-78, as amended 
December 5, 1978, is rescinded. 

^' H!^ S^i^^?''"^^ Commission on Food 
and Nutrition, as established pur- 
suant to Executive Order d-2-78 
effective August 27, 1978, shall 
be under the jurisdiction of the 
Office of Lieutenant Governor. 



"'' f.r^\'^f^°^' ^ ^^^^ hereunto 
q^^T^^^f""^ ^"^ '=^"^^'3 the Great 
fti °^.the state of California 
to be affixed this 13th d^Sf 
Febiruary, 1979 





Governor of California 




Secretary of state 



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J ru, S-c«tary ef £*M3 



ExtcntiDt Btpartmtnt ^^^^^^ ^^ ^, ..^^ 

•Start of Catifomia By _^^*^ ^t^^Ct- 

EXECUTIVIi: ORDER B- 51-79 



«„ERBAS. on August 30. 1978 t.e ^".^rten^f SvSf "£' 



«„EKBAS. said contact Wit. the Unitea_^Stat.s^Dep^^^^^^^^ 
of Labor spocifias that '^e director ^^ Lieutenant 

b/no^L-S S^i^^nLrtSe'^diScSon o. the Lieutenant 
Governor: and ^^ 

Of the-rS^ioSi^KS-lo^- "-- -- - --^""^^ "^ "' 

Lieutenant Governor; 

.;i <- nrovm Jr., Governor of tne 

«.te TcalXS^^N-r i£.o^^, -t-ror- ""'"• 
E"ioS;ira?'-'rt^"is^ur?.?rrr/e? to .eoo^ e.fect.v, 

iitsnediately: 

1. Executive Order D-3-78 is rescinded. 

2 The Rurai Vouth Bnployment Program 
Slalt^res-oera------- 



- rt-^i^rd^'cUertiirSeS 

iiT°i.?;°xefsts°i-f'"of 

February, 1979- 





Governor of California 




ATTEST : 



Secretary of State 



,M.,ei t« c». .ro.N.» o„.c. or .T«. r«HT««. 

puty/ -^ - - 



by. 





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lEKcutiot ©tpartmrnt 

^tattofCalifomja 

EXECUTIVE ORDER C-1-79 



«» *. Stc of CalHornlo 

FEB 2 61979 

MMCHF0NfifUS<j5jrta.vofS« 



With over 7S0,000^,oEf and^%^rr;LL^oT?r?ee:;ue%^f1nd 

economy"rS!;es°fi::i?L'''%^^°^''^ °^ California's 
industry; and Wealthy and expanding Agricultural 



WHEREAS , 
viabili 

matter o 

Development; and 



^^''S^Cairfornil.s''" P^^^^"'"^^^ ^"^ -<=°nomic 
of arp^f i^ ^ agricultural industry is a 
great concern to the Conunission for Economic 



CaliforniJ^f ;eonomrmust°b "''" ^^-^l^ural sector of 
task that can bes? be acco^ni"K°ru^^*^ ^"'^ addressed, a 

partnership beteien'^h^t'SS^f 1^^'^^?^'°^'"^ ^ 

i^ector and state government; and 

and gove"rSn; requ^Jefe^f LL'Je^ch^''^ ^^""^^" Agriculture 
q ires etfective channels of communication 

Acting'?o^;ernor"'o?'^he'state"'?TlT^^°« ^^^^ ^"^' 
the power and Iu?horitv vesLd -^^^^^u^"^^' ^^ virtue of 
and the statutes o? the State of "r^T f^ '^^ Constitution 
xssue this Executive Or^de^'t^^ -co^'e^^Kc^ive^^ii^el^rtely. 
IT IS ORDERED that: 



ion"l^fo^5°''"K^ Commission on Agriculture 

■ ion J is hpr«»l-n7 <>o<-,v •• • • - ^ >--j.i.uic 

Lieutenant Governor 



(.commission", is hereby established in "tRroffr^e of the 



^^l^^"^ -e oi^Ru-il;- - re 

Commission':h:ir^ pr^vfderh'^f.^ ""'^ ^"PP°^^ ^- ^h- 
Lieutenant Sverno^ a^d/or Jh^r^''''^"^^^ °^ ^^^^ 
Develon^o,,*. '^ and/or the Commission for Ecor 



Development. 



Economic 



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lExtcutiot Bepartmtnt 

3tatt oTCalifomia 



Page Two 

Executive Order C-1- 



79 



5. The Conunission shall consist of 21 members 
appointed by the Lieutenant Governor, as follows: 

A. One individual who is representative of the 
State Department of Agriculture. 



B. 

C. 

D. 
E. 



One individual who is representative of the 
State Board of Agriculture. 

One California State Senator. 

One member of the California State Assembly. 

One individual who represents the Commission for 
Economic Development. 

F. Fifteen (15) individuals who are representative of 
the agriculture community of California. 

G. The Lieutenant Governor of the State of California, 

A vacancy on the Commission shall be filled in the 
same manner in which the original appointment was made. A 
Chairperson of the Commission shall be designated by the 
Lieutenant Governor. 

6. Members of the Commission shall serve at the 
pleasure of the Lieutenant Governor. 

7. Eleven (11) members of the Commission shall 
constitute a quorum. The Commission shall act by an 
affirmative vote of the majority of its members. 

8. The Commission shall be responsible for the 
following: 

A. Preparing and submitting annually to the Governor, 
the Lieutenant Governor, the Commission for 
Economic Development and Director of the 
Department of Food and Agriculture, a report 
summarizing the activities of the Commission 
and the recommendations thereof. Copies of said 
report shall be made available to members of the 
Legislature and to the public. 



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lExtnititJc Bepartmcnt 

^tatt of Calirorroa 



Page Three 

Executive Order C-1-79 



Studying problems concerning the 
interrelationship between Agriculture and state 
government, and making recolendations ?o 

iKrin?:;;:st?'''°"' ""' ^^^°'^^ ^--^ -^ 

Conducting hearings in appropriate local 
communxtxes to receive testimony on iSJies 
concornmg California agriculture. ^^"^^ 

Providing information and advice to the Commission 
fgricu??re! '^^-^^P-"^ concerning Calif^^'^^" 



This order 
. 1982 an 
otherwise extended 



T , shall remain in effect onlv nnn i 

^f!!:^!.^r.,^' .^^«^'^'}'^ ^« Of such date is repeaJed^nJess 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be 
affixed this 24 day of 
February, nineteen hundred 
and seventy-nine. 




WIKE CURB 

Acting Governor of 

California 



ATTEST: 



UUzvA ?^M Z< 



MARCH FONG EU 
Secretary of State 



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iJxtcutitit Bepartmtnt 

^^tattofCaliromia 



PROCLAMATION 



I i !- L D 

In th» offit» of lh« b«t»tar)r of S' 
•i *» Mai* e( Collfomlo 






"When tillage begins, other arts follow. 
The farmers therefore are the founders 
of human civilization." 

Daniel Webster 
Remarks on Agriculture 
January 13, 1840 

The farmers are the unsung heroes of California's 
number one industry. Agriculture. Agriculture provides 
our state, directly and indirectly, with over 750,000 
jobs and $10 billion in revenues. The productivity and 
economic viability of California Agriculture continues 
through the unceasing perseverence and dedication of 
our farmers. It is with great pride that we pay tribute 
to the men and women in the Agriculture industry for 
their contribution to the health and prosperity of 
California, our nation, and the world. 

THEREFORE I, LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR MIKE CURB, 
Acting Governor of the State of California, by virtue 
of the power and authority vested in me by the Consti- 
tution and the statutes of the State of California, do 
hereby proclaim in the State of California, March 19-25, 
1979 as California Agriculture Week. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be 
affixed this 1st day of 
March, nineteen hundred 
and seventy-nine. 







MIKE 'CURB 

Acting Governor of 

California 

ATTEST : 



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MARCH FONG EU 






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UxtcutitJt Btpartmcnt 

^ 3tatt of Caliromia 



t- . I- i_ L> 

in Iht offk* o< the SKrrhiry of Sh:' 
«( Mm Stain et Colifernlo 

MAXHKWr, f'J. Ssietay cf J'- ■ 



PROCLAMATION 



Albert Einstein stands as a legendary figure of the 
20th Century, and it is fitting that we pay tribute to his 
memory on the 100th anniversary of his birth. 

Through his dedicated, brilliant work as a scientist, 
Einstein revolutionized the study of physics. He changed 
the fundamental concepts of space and time, and in doing so, 
changed mankind's perception of both his universe and him- 
self. Einstein's masterwork, the general theory of relativity, 
gave birth to countless new discoveries in various fields of 
scientific study. Enduring the test of time, his work has 
been instrumental in the efforts of scientists to understand the 
amazing astronomical phenomena currently being discovered. 

Our praise of his intellectual accomplishments, however, 
is not overshadowed by our admiration for him as a human 
being. Throughout his life, he demonstrated a simplicit 
uncommon in a man of such awesome reputation. His concern 
for humanity led him to courageously speak out against 
political and social injustice on numerous occasions. 
Certainly, his life serves as an inspiration to us all as 
we work to enhance the well-being of our society. 

I, therefore, proclaim in the State of California 
March 14, 1979 as Albert Einstein Day. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 14th 
day of March, 1979. 





Governor 



ATTEST : 




Secretary of Stat^ 

Deputy Sccrota.-'y oi 27;. to 



tm»ted in rAi.irnnNiA opricK of 



■TATi nuNTim 



5-337 



lExtcutitie Bepartmcnt 

^tateof([:Qliromia 



F JLED 

MAR 2 3 1979 




Deputy 



fiPKCIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of California, do 
hereby proclaim and order that a special election shall 
be held on the l^^th day of June, 1979, within the 
14th senatorial District of the State, to fill the vacancy 
in the office of Member of Senate from said district resulting 
from the resignation of Senator George N. Zenovich. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed hereto this 23rd day of March, 1979. 




'^SW^ 




Secretary of State 




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^cott or CaiiromiQ 



. . ^ ^ '- t- D 

APR 4 -1979 

«*^^0;,G tu. Secr.tarr o( S-ito (1 
EXECUTIVE ORDER B-54-79 By*^:^**-^ <>*.^<r^ 



"^^nf tfl.tf^'^!" ^.°5 t»^- California Constitut 



capital b."s^rf?^in--f-j:„rs ^^nfi^^s^orfS^^.r '^-^^^ 

state Of CaTfornL'!T;irtue'Sr?He'o'^°^ '.^- ' ^°^^^"- °^ ^»^« " 
i^edil^ei;:"" '"""'^ ^^^"" ^»^" ^^^ ^^ ^—e elective °' 

within the''Execu?ive'B;ancrof"'^r!' ''°^^''" ^""^ conunissions 
diction of thrcoilrnor sSan no^^H^ government under the juris- 
ment against any individual bas^H '^^f ^=5 ^""^"^t^ i" state employ- 
sexual preference Anvan.^fn f°^«ly upon the individual's 
tion of thildirecti^^^h^lT^K ^""^^ °^ discrimination in viola- 
Board for rIsoiJtJon ' ""^ reported to the State Personnel 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 4th day of 
Apu.1, 1979. ^ 

Governor of California Mt 

ATTEST: » 



Secretary of Stite 




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''''*''(• 'n CAuvmutiA 



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iJxtcotltit Btpartment 

^totc of CabfomiQ 




FILED 

In lh» oMtr of ihr S«<r>tary ef Strto 
of iKe Stal* of rnlifornla 

APfM-1979 

MAROH fONfi H). Swrotsry cf S'l*; 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B 53-79 



ALLOCATIOi>I OP MESEL FUEL 



WHEREAS, there may be local imbalances in the supply of 
diesel fuel and other middle distillates; and 

WHEREAS, these local imbalances may adversely affect 
agricultural production in California; and 

WHEREAS, the State of California may elect, under a grant 
of authority from the United States Department of Energy, to 
participate in a set-aside program for diesel fuel to avoid 
extreme hardship; and 

WHEREAS, the State of California, acting through the State 
Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission, is 
presently administering a set-aside program for gasoline; and 

WHEREAS, there may be a variety of methods other than 
fuel allocation which may alleviate diesel fuel imbalances; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and Statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order, to become effective 
immediately: 

1. The State of California elects to participate in 

the state set-aside program for allocation of middle distillates 
in the amount of four percent each month. 

2. There is established, within the State Energy 
Resources Conservation and Development Commission, a Fuel 
Allocation Office. The purpose of this office shall be, among 
other things, to administer the state set-aside program for 
middle distillates. Subject to the general policy direction 
of the Energy Commission, such office shall have all of the 
powers and duties delegated by the Department of Energy to 
State Offices of Petroleum Allocation. (10 CFR §211.15) 

3. All state agencies, de})artments, boards and commissions 
are hereby directed to assist the Energy Commission and Fuel 
Allocation Office in administering the state set-aside program. 
Such assistance shall include, but is not limited to, providing 
at the request and direction of the Chairman of the Energy 
Commission, qualified personnel to help staff the Office. The 
Director of Department of Finance shall be advised by each 
agency of all resources which are made available to the Fuel 
Allocation Office. 



Primttd In CAfjroRNiA orricK or itatb piinmNo 



^xcnitiDt Bepartment 

^tc or (Eabfomio 



PAGE TWO 



^-h^ fi^■, "^^^ Energy Commission is requested to study each of 
^lUl'lTslll,:il^sT' °' alleviating supply imbalanLroJ 

oJ'miHH? ^5.^ different base year for the allocation 
of middle distillates to the agricultural sector; 

replenls^fuel nf 1 "■ ^ ""^^^ ''^ ^^^°^ electric utilities 
Hf=i??t^ ?^^ inventories whenever middle 
distillate supplies are imbalanced; 

(3) Full use of California refinery equipment to 
produce the mix of fuels needed to mee? demind; 

(4) Increased use of power purchases from British 
Columbia to reduce fuel oil requirements Tn 
California power plants; 

of^^ = "JJ "''^1°^ ^^^ Bonneville Power Administration 
^.IH^L r'"^ P""^'' f'^^"^ capacity to provide 
additional power purchases for California so as to 
reduce fuel oil requirements; 

(6) Possible utility actions, pursuant to existing 
and proposed Federal Economic Regulatory Commission 
^^ll^L ^^ ^hort term purchases of natural gas to 
displace fuel oil use in California; 



(7) 
res 



Implementation of other measures which could 
ult in the conservation of diesel fuel supolie 



supplies. 



o.„« IN WITNESS V7HERE0F, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed hereto this 4hh day of April, 1979 





Secretary of State 



by. 



Deputy jEoci'OtanWof SI; 



IN CAMrORNIA OFPICK 



or rrAT« muNnm 



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25itconoe Btpartmtnt 

^tt of (Eatifomia 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B55-79 



i i L E D 

In th« offkn of tfin S«<(«fory of St < 
of riie Statv of Californin 

^r'R121179 

MAROH fONG [U. SwretSfY Cf ^f.'^ 



c.u.„.™ofSJ^.f««-■S---;3.-n^...^^..JJ.,^,^^__^ 



and 



\ Of the Gov"rL"?\'Kafrhavf respo^siSlutv V^''/' """ "■<■ <>"- 

I the activities of t-h^ r^TTf^ ^^t^. *^^ ^°^ administering ^ 

States Coiission; and '"'' °"'^" °^ ^^^ Southwest Border 

represent ^afffor^if on''.r''?°^ ""^^ ^^^"^"^ ^" Alternate to 
CoLission; °" ^^^ ^^'^^"^ Southwest Border Regional 

State Of CaTfor™L"!TviJtuf^r?he''oo'^°^" ''." ^°— °^ ^^^ 

Southwest Border sf^^^or-- 9alifornia office of the 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 4th day of 

April, nineteen hundred and 

seventy-nine 




overn6r of California 



Secretary of State 
puty ; 




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Start of (Lilifomu 



01 fhb >iot« ot Ca'Hor- 

MARCH filN'i fi.l. ;r-s*"^'' 



PROCL-^JOATION 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, having 
found conditions of extreme peril no longer exist which threaten the safety 
of persons and property; and, further finding local authorities are now able 
to cope with the situation; therefore proclaim the State of Emergency previ- 
ously proclaimed on the following dates cind in the following jurisdictions 
no longer exists, effective immediately. 



July 26, 1977: 
August 23, 1977: 
September 8, 1977: 
December 21, 1977: 
December 21, 1977: 
December 23, 1977: 
January 10, 1978: 
January 20, 1978: 
January 27, 1978: 




County of Santa Barbara 

County of Imperial 

Counties of Monterey and Riverside 

City of Arvin 

County of Humboldt 

County of Kern 

County of San Diego 

County of Santa Cruz 

Counties of Humboldt and Mendocino 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 



to be affixed this / ^^ 

of )22j~\.A^ , A.D. nineteen 



day 



sd^an 



hundred^and seventy-nine . 



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ATTEST 



Secretary of State 
b y ?^(UJef u ^ (kJJimMjl- 



Detuty Secret;.;; ./ 



PrImlfJ in CALiroiMiA orrin or itaii riiNriNa 



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FILED 

8 - 1979 

iUr> c| St3t( 




Assistant Socrottiiy of Staio 



PROCLAMATION 
OF 
STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, EDMUND G. BROtTO JR., Governor of the State of California, find 
that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property 
exist within the counties of 

Alameda SONOMA 

CONTRA COSTA ORANGE 

LOS ANGELES SAN DIEGO 

MARIN SANTA CLARA 

VENTURA 

beginning on or about May 1, 1979. I further find that these emergency 
conditions are as a result of a sudden and serious gasoline shortage at 
retail outlets and other consumer gasoline purchasing problems causing 
extreme traffic hazards and injury to persons and property and which, by 
reason of their magnitude, are beyond the control of the services, 
personnel, equipment and facilities of said counties. Having been advised 
by the Chairpersons of the Boards of Supervisors of said counties that they 
have declared a state of local emergency, I, therefore, proclaim the exis- 
tence of a state of emergency in the aforementioned counties. 

I hereby incorporate, by reference, the regulations pertaining to 
the California gasoline emergency filed with the Secretary of State on the 
8th day of May, 1979, and all subsequent amendments thereto and issue these jj 
regulations pursuant to Section 8567 of the California Government Code. j 
These regulations shall apply to the areas and counties in which a state j 
of emergency exists: 



^mlU i» I 



I direct this program shall begin at 0001 hours May 9 , 
1979 in the aforementioned counties. 



I direct that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 8th day of May 1979. 




Secretary of State 




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£>tatc of Califomia 



FILED 

-1979 

' Se«eur> ii( Stat* 




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PROCLAMATION 

OF 

STATE OF EMERGEHCY 



I, EDMimo G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, find 
that on or about May 1, 1979, conditions of extreme peril to the safety of 
persons and property exist within tliat portion of the County of San Bernar- 
dino lying southerly and westerly of a line beginning at Uie intersection 
of the boundary line between San Bernardino and Los Angeles Counties and 
the north line of Township 3 North, Range 7 West, SBB & M, thence east along 
the township line to the nortlieast comer of Section 3, Township 3 North, 
Range 6 West, thence southerly and easterly following the boundary line 
between San Bernardino and Riverside Counties. 

I further find that these emergency conditions are as a result of 
a sudden and serious gasoline shortage at retail outlets and other consumer 
gasoline purchasing problems causing extreme traffic hazards and injury to 
persons and property and which, by reason of their magnitude, are beyond the 
control of the services, personnel, equipment and facilities of said county. 
Having been advised by the Chairperson of Uie Board of Supervisors of said 
County that they have declared a state of local emergency, I, therefore, 
proclaim the existence of a state of emergency in the aforementioned portion 
of San Bernardino County. 

I hereby incorporate, by reference, the regulations pertaining to 
the California gasoline emergency filed with the Secretary of State on the 
8th day of May, 1979, and all subsequent amendments thereto and issue these 
regulations pursuant to Section 8567 of the California Government Code. 
These regulations shall apply to the aforementioned area of San Bernardino 
County in which a state of emergency exists. 

I direct this program shall begin at 0001 hours, May 9, 1979, in 
the aforementioned County. 

I direct that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

HJ WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my heuid and causedrthe 
Great Seal of the State of California to bey^ffi^ipd this Stl^day of May/L979. 






IVEIWOR OF CALIFORNIA 




ATTEST: 



Itary 




Secretary of State 



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RKGUXATIOTS FOR CALIFORNIA'S GASOLINE EMERGENCY 



Secretary of State 



In light of the state of emergency now existing in the counties of: 



ALAMEDA 
CONTRA COSTA 
LOS ANGELES 
MARIN 



SONOMA 
ORANGE 
SAN DIEGO 
SANTA CLARA 
VENTURA 

and portions of SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY 

and pursuant to the authority vested in me to promulgate, issue and enforce 
rules, regulations and orders, I deem the following amended rule« and regula- 
Uons necessary for the protection of life and property 



1. 



J^ f* ^'^^' gasoline may be dispensed into vehicles 
"^^ ^ license plate whose last (or only) digit is an odd 
number (1, 3, 5, 7 and 9) only on odd numbered days of the 
month, that is, on the first, third, fifth, seventh and so on. 
Environmental license plates that contain letters only will be 
foS^i^"*" ''° ^^ ^^^^"^ ^' ^^P^'^^ °f °<id number plates are as 

SAM 123 
123 SAM 
MARTHA 
KAM 2345 
12345J 
J12345 



with 

(0, 

is, on 
with- 
shall 
cire 



3. 



At the retail level, gasoline may be dispensed into vehicles 
a license plate whose last (or only) digit is an even number 
2, 4, 6 and 8) only on even numbered days of the month, that 
the second, fourth, sixth, eighth, tenth and so on. Vehicles 
out permanent regisfation, such as newly purchased vehicles, 
be considered as even number. Examples of even number plates 
as follows: 

SAM 132 
132 SAM 

DAVE 2 

2 MARY 
KMA 3456 
01234J 
J01234 
W6ABC 

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4. 



Gasoline shall not be dispensed into any vehicle that has more than 
one-half tankful of gasoline. When requested by the gasoline 
attendant, the customer shall permit inspection of the fuel gauge 
with the ignition key in the "on" position. No other minimum pur- 
chase requirements shall be imposed by any gasoline retailer. 

No more than 20 gallons of gasoline shall be dispensed to any cus- 
tomer in any single transaction. No other maximum limit on pur- 
chases shall bo imposed by any gasoline retailer. 

When dispensing gasoline to the general public, gasoline retailers 
shall not refuse to sell gasoline to anyone, on approoriate odd or 
even days, except to refuse to sell gasoline to vehicles with more 
than one-half of a tankful of fuel. Gasoline retailers shall not 
require the purchase of special goods and services, including, but 
not limited to, car washes, tires, or car lubrication, as a condi- 
tion to the dispensing of gasoline. In addition, except as other- 
wise provided in Rules 11 and 12, retailers shall not dispense 
gasoline in a preferential basis such as an appointment system. 

Mo general hours or days of operation are required by these regula- 
tions. However, each gasoline retailer shall clearly post by signs 
legible from off the premises his anticipated minimum business days 
and hours of operation for dispensing gasoline. 

COMMQTT: 



9. 



10. 



Individual retailers are the best judges of the 
business days and hours that satisfy their customers' 
needs, and are encouraged to work out staggered hours 
of operation in common marketing areas. 

Each gasoline retailer shall prominently display a full and coii«)lete 
copy of these rules in an accessible location. In addition, each 
gasoline retailer shall post at each self-service station a sign 
that is readily legible from all pumps stating that it is unlawful 
to dispense gasoline into any vehicle that has more than one-half 
tankful of gasoline or to dispense more than 20 gallons of gasoline 
in any single transaction. 

Each gasoline retailer shall manage his monthly fuel allocation so 
that it will last through the month. 

Each service station shall clearly indicate its gasoline supply and 
service situation by a flag of at least 18 inches aquare easily 
visible from off the premises. The following will apply: Green 
flag— gasoline available for the general public (on appropriate days 
for appropriate license plates) ; yellow flag—gasoline available for 
emergency vehicles only and automobile servicing available to the 
general public; red flag— out of gasoline and/or closed. In addition! 
if a retailer is out of any grade of gasoline, but is otherwise still 
dispensing gasoline to the general public, the retailer shall indi- 
cate on a sign legible from off the premises which grades are not 
available . 



3Excnjtft)c ©tpartmtnt 

;c^atc of California 



11. 



The following vehicles are exempt from sections 1 and 2 of these 
orders : 

a) Public transportation vehicles regularly used to transport 
passengers such as buses, taxis and vehicles rented for less 
than 30 days. 

b) Vehicles used for commercial purposes in the judgment of the 
gasoline retailer. (See additional guidance. Attachment A) 

c) U. S. Postal Services vehicles. 

d) Vehicles operated by handicapped persons, who have no practical 
alternative to auto transportation, as designated by the follow- 
ing license plates letters: 



DPW 000 - 999 
DPX 000 - 999 
DPy 000 - 999 
DPZ 000 - 999 
VTOP 000 - 999 
XDP 000 - 999 



YDP 000 - 999 
ZDP 000 - 999 
VET 000 - 999 
VTN 000 - 999 
VTR 000 - 999 



000 - 999 RDP 
000 - 999 SDP 
000 - 999 TDP 
000 - 999 UDP 
000 - 999 VDP 



Any vehicle displaying a disabled person placard issued by 
the California Department of Motor Vehicles. 

e) Vehicles with out-of-state license plates. 

Operators of the above exempt vehicles are urged to purchase gasoline 
only on appropriate alternate days whenever possible. 

12. The following vehicles are exempt from the provisions of these orders 

a) Emergency vehicles as defined in Section 165 of the California 
Vehicle Code (see attachment B) . 

b) Other emergency repair and service vehicles, whether public or 
private, used for functions directly related to the protection 
of life, property or public health. 

c) Vehicles operated in an unusual emergency situation in the judg- 
ment of the gasoline retailer. 

d) Motorcycles, mopeds, and similar two-wheel vehicles 

13. At tho retail level, gasoline may be dispensed into separate con- 
tainers only when necessary in the judgment of the gasoline retailer. n 
Such sales shall be in the smallest practical quantity. 

COMMEtn': 

Storage of gasoline in separate containers in the trunk of 
automobiles is an extremely dangerous practice. 



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14. The vehicle operator and the gasoline retailer are seper- 
ately required to comply with the provisions of Rules (1) , 
(2) , (4) , and (5) . Either or both may be charged for 
violation of Rules (1), (2), (4), and (5). 

15. Pursuant to the authority of Section 8665 of the Govern- 
ment Code, any willful violation of these orders or 
regulations is a misdemeanor and upon conviction, shall be 
punishable by a fine of not to exceed five hundred dollars 
($500) or by imprisonment not to exceed six months or by 
both such fine and imprisonment. 

Local authorities shall have the responsibility for 
monitoring and enforcing these regulations. Any violation 
should be reported to local law enforcement officials. 

Any County Board of Supervisors may submit proposed clari- 
fications of these rules to the Chairperson of the Calif- 
ornia Energy Commission. Such clarifications shall take tj 
effect upon the concurrence of the Energy Commission Chair-' 
man. No changes to these rules shall occur unless submitted 
to the Energy Commission Chairperson and adopted by a writ- 
ten order of the Governor. 

18. Rules 18 and #10 shall not take effect until seven (7) 3 
days after the date of proclamation of emergency for that 
county. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 

to be affixed this 8 th 

day of May, 1979. 



16. 



17, 




0«Ve; Afxy 8. 1979 



PrtmteJ to C 




ATTEST 



ATTACHMENT A 



IJxtnitide ©tpartment 

State of Cjtfomia 



ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE 



1. 



D. 



C. 



Retailers shall use these guidelines in determining whether a vehicle is 
used for conroercial purposes. 

A. Vehicles which by their design, size, or recognizable company 

Identification are obviously being used for commercial purposes. 

Vehicles which are owned and operated as a part of a company 
vehicle fleet as may be determined by company marking or the 
vehicle's registration. 

Individually owned vehicles used for commercial purposes as 
evidenced by the presence of specialized equipment, instruments, 
tools of the trade or profession, supplies or other material 
which cannot be readily carried by the vehicle operator on pub- 
lic transportation, or any other evidence that it is necessary 
to use the vehicle for commercial purposes. 

Doctors and Nurses : No blanket exemption is aiade for doctors and 
nurses. However, when U.ey are using their vehicles for professional 
purposes (such as special calls) their vehicles should be considered 
as those being used for commercial purposes and when using their vehicles 

for emergency calls Uiev s hould be considered emerg ency 2ui.^.. 

Physicians and nurses are expected to do the same planning in fueling 
their vehicles for private use as are other citizens. In extreme emer- 
gency situations, they can call upon taxis, ambulances, or the local law 
enforcement agency. 



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ATTACHMENT B 



^PxcnitiDe ©tpartmtnt 



Start of CabTomia 

SECTION 165, Pr/ISION 1., STATE VEHICLE CODE 

165. An authorized emergency vehicle is: 

(a) Any publicly owned eunbulance, lifeguard or lifesaving equipment 
or any privately owned ambulance used to respond to emergency calls and 
operated under a license issued by the Commissioner of the California High- 
way Patrol. 

(b) Any publicly owned vehicle operated by the following persons, 
agencies or organizations: 

(1) Any forestry or fire department of any public agency or fire 
department organized as provided in the Health and Safety Code. 

(2) Any police department, including those of the University of 
California and the California State University and Colleges, Sheriff's 
Department, the California Highway Patrol or the California State Police 
Division. 

The district attorney of ciny county or any district attorney 



(3) 
Investigator . 

(4) 
work. 



Any consteible or deputy constable engaged in law enforcement 



(5) Peace officer personnel of the Department of Justice. 

(6) Peace officer personnel of the state park system appointed 
pursuant to Section 5008 of the Public Resources Code. 

(7) Peace officer personnel employed and compensated as members 
of a security patrol of a school district while carrying out the duties of 
their enployment. 

(8) Peace officer personnel of the Department of Corrections 
designated in subdivision (b) of Section 830.5 of, and in Section 830.5a of, 
the Penal Code. 

(9) Housing authority patrol officers designated in paragraph (17) 
of subdivision (a) of Section 830.4 of the Penal Code. 

(c) Any vehicle owned by tlie state, or any bridge and highway district, 
and equipped ernd used either for fighting fires, or towing or servicing other 
vehicles, caring for injured persons, or repairing damaged lighting or 
electrical equipment. 

(d) Any state owned vehicle used in responding to emergency fire, 
rescue or communications calls and operated either by the Office of Emergency 
Services or by any public agency or industrial fire department to which the 
Office of L;mergency Services has assigned such vehicle. 

(e) Any state owned vehicle operated by a fish and game warden. 

(f) Any vehicle owned or operated by any department or agency of the 
United States govemsent. 

(1) When such department or agency is engaged primarily in law 
enforcement work and the vehicle is used in responding to emergency calls, or 

t2) When such vehicle is used in responding to emergency fire, 
ambulance or lifesaving calls. 

(g) Any vehicle for which an authorized emergency vehicle permit has 
been issued by the Commissioner of the California Highway Patrol. 



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"'''''^''"'■^ FOR CALIPORNU-S CASOLINK E>,KRCENCy 

SANTA CLARA 

enLreTuTe^^ <n ™e ,„ prcu^ate. Usue and 

-d re.ulaUons necessary tor the ro/ecUoTof h!"""^"''^ ^'"^"'^^^ -'- 

oi lite and property: 
«• At the retai I level pa^^l , 

- Hcense plate whos^rsV TorL,;)':!?,^^^ '"^ ^^-es wUH 
3. 5. 7 and 9) only on odd numhr. V ^ ^ *^ ^" "^^^ """'ber (1 
°" 'f-e first, third. fUth stv^K^"' °' the^onth. that ' 

■cense pU.es that contain ' let ter"sonr ^m ""^ ^^-onmenta 
-e d,,.t K ._,,, „. „,, „..::- -ll r • ^, -i-lent to 

SAM 123 
123 SAM 
MARTHA 
KAM 2345 
12345J 
J12345 



w 



'iS*97 



2. 




2 
o 
w 

shall be considered 
plates are as follows 



even number 



SAM 132 

132 SAM 

DAVF 2 

2 MARY 
KMA 3456 
0123^.J 
JO I 234 
W6ABC 

3- For any calendar month in which rh 

y- on the thirty-first day o, the" "! '' ''''' -'" -y be 
registration plates of the .oto^ vehicTe". ""'°"^ ^^^"'^ ^° ^^e 

'^-one-hal, ta^^ful^f'^r; T:; ':i: ^"^ -'''^■- ^^- Has .ore 
a te„, ^,^ ^^^^^^^^ Shan ;;:;<"' "n""":"''' '^ ^^^ «-°'-e 
"-»' the .gnit.on key in the w poTu „ " ^^ ''" ^"*"' «-«« 

position. No other minimum 



1 ornc. or ,T,,, „ 



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purchase requirements shall be imposed by any gasoline retailer. 

5. NO more than 20 gallons of gasoline shall be dispensed to any 
customer in any single transaction. No other maximum limit on 
purchases shall bo imposed by any gasoline retailer. 

6. When dispensing gasoline to the general public, R^oline 
retailers shall not reiuse to sell gasoline to anyone on 
appropriate odd or even days, except to refuse to sell gasoline 
to vehicles with more than one-half of a tankful of fuel. 
Gasoline retailers shall not require the purchase of special 
goods and services, including, but not limited to. car washes, 
tires, or car lubrication, as a condition to the dispensing of 
gasoline. In addition, except as otherwise provided in Rules 11 
and 12. retailers shall not dispense gasoline in a preferential 
basis such as an appointment system. 

7. No general hours or days ot operation are "quired by these 
regulations. However, each gasoline retailer shall clearly post 
by signs legible from off the premises his anticipated minimum 
business days and hours of operation for dispensing gasoline. 

COMMFNT : 

Individual retailers are the best Judges of the 
business days and hours that satisfy their customers 
needs, and are encouraged to work out staggered hours 
of operation in common marketing areas. 

8. Fach gasoline retailer shall prominently display a full and 
complete copy of these rules in an accessible location. In 
addition, each gasoline retailer shall post at each self-service 
station a sign that is readily legible from all pumps stating 
that it is unlawful to dispense gasoline into any vehicle that 
has more than one-half tankful of gasoline or to dispense more 
than 20 gallons of gasoline in any single transaction. 

9. Each gasoline retailer shall manage his monthly fuel allocation 
so that it will last through the month. 

10. Each service station shall clearly indicate its gasolint supply 
and service situation by a flag of at least 18 inches square 
ea'ily visible from off the premises. The following will app y: 
Green f lag— gasol i ne available for the general public on 
aporopriate days for appropriate license p lates ) ; ye 1 low 
fl^o—oasoline available for emergency vehicles only and 
automobile servicing available to the general public; red 
flag— out of gasoline and/or closed. In addition, if a retailer 
is out of any grade of gasoline, but is otherwise sti 
dispensing gasoline to the general public, the tetailer shall 
indicate on a sign legible from off the premises which grades are 
not aval lable. 



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^xccutivie Bcpartmtnt 

dtatt of (Lilifomia 



COMMENT : 

Storase of gasoline in separate ccnlainers in the trunk of 
automobiles is an extremely dangerous practice. 

lA. The vehicle operator and the gasoline retailer are "P^'-^^JV 
required to comply with the provisions of «"'" , ^ ' ^ ^ ' ^, ^; 
and (5). Either or both may be charged for violation of Rules 
(1), (2), (^), and (5). 

,5. Pursuant to the authority of Section 8665 of the Government Code, 
any willful violation of these orders or regulations is a 
misdemeanor and upon conviction, shall be punishable by a fine of 
not to exceed five hundred dollars ($500) or by imprisonment not 
to exceed six months or by both such fine and imprisonment. 

16. Local authorities shall have the responsibility for monitoring 
and enforcing these regulations. Any violation should be reported 
to local law enforcement officials. 

17. Any County Board of Supervisors may submit proposed clarifica- 
tions of these rules to the Chairperson of the California Energy 
Commission. Such clarifications shall take effect "PO" '^^ 
concurrence of the Energy Commission Chairperson. No changes to 
these rules shall occur unless submitted to the Energy Commission 
Chairperson and adopted by a written order of the Governor. 

18. Rules tiS and no shall not take effect until seven (7) days after 
the date of proclamation of emergency for that county. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the/State of California 
to/)C^{fixed this^^th 





TEST: [JiriAcdA %A<r. 9.0U 
Secretary of State \ 



By: 



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Statt of California 



ATTACHMF.NT A 



ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE 



Retailers shall use these guidelines in determining whether a vehicle 
is used for commercial purposes. 

. Vehicles which by their design, size, or recognizable company 
-dentlncation are obviously being used lor commercial purposes. 

B Vehicles which are owned and operated as a part of a company 
vehicle fleet as may be determined by company marking or the 
vehicle's registration. 

C Individually owned vehicles used for commercial purposes, as 
Evidenced by the presence of specialized equipment, .nstrumens 
tools of the trade or profession, supplies or other -ater al 
whUh cannot be readily carried by the vehicle operator on public 
Transportation, or any other evidence that it is necessary to use 
the vehicle for commercial purposes. 

noctors an d Nurses ; No blanket exemption is made for doctors and 
nurses! However, w hen they are using their vehicles ^ P-^^^ «"'°"^' 
pu ros;s (such "as special calls) their chicles should he cons, e 
as those being used tor commercial purposes and when therr vehicles 
or emen-ency calls ihc^ should be considered en;ej:£enci vehicles . 
^sfri^:^^ n-IIT^s TF^ex-pT^d to do the same planning ,n ue Hng 
their vehicles for private use as are other citizens. In extreme 
e!^ergency situatlT ns .^Thl^T caT" cal 1 upon taxis, ambulances, or the 
local law enforcement figcncy. 



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ATTACHMENT B 



^xcnititic ©cpartmeiit 

State of California 



165. 



SF.CTION 165. DIVISION 1., STATE VEHICLE CODE 



An authorized emergency vehicle is: 



(a) Any publicly owned ambulance, lifeguard or lifesaving equipment 
or any privately owned ambulance used to respond to emergency calls and 
operated under a license issued by the Commissioner of the California 
Highway Patrol. 

(1) Any forestry or fire department of any public agency or fire 
department organized as provided in I he Health and Safety Code. 

(b) Any publicly owned vehicle operated by the following persons, 
agencies or organizations: 

(2) Any police department, including those of the University of 
California and the California State University and Colleges, Sheriff's 
Department, the California Highway Patrol or the California State Police 
Divi sion. 

(3) The district attorney ol any county or any district attorney 
invest igator . 

(A) Any const-t'cie or deputy constable engaged in law enforcement 
work. 

(5) Peace officer personnel of the Department of Justice. 

(6) Peace officer personnel of the state park system appointed 
pursuant to Section 5008 of the Public Resources Code. 

(7) Peace officer personnel employed and compensated as members 
of a security patrol of a school district while carrying out the duties 
of their employment. 

(8) Peace officer personnel of the Department of Corrections 
designated in subdivision (b) of Section 830.5 of, and in Section 830.5a 
of, the Penal Code. 

(9) Housing authority patrol officers designated in paragraph 
(17) of subdivision (a) of Section 830, ^ of the Penal Code. 

(c) Any vehicle owned by the state, or any bridge and highway 
district, and equipped and used either for lighting fires, or towing or 
servicing other vehicles, caring for injured persons, or repairing 
damaged lighting or electrical equipment. 

(d) Any state owned vehicle used in responding to emergency fire, 
rescue or communications calls and operated either by the Office of 
Emergency Services or by any public agency or industrial fire department 
to which the Office of Emergency Services has assigned such vehicle. 

(e) Any state owned vehicle operated by a fish and game warden. 

(f) Any vehicle owned or operated by any department or agency of the 
United States Covernment. 

(1) When such department or agency is engaged primarily in law 
enforcement work and the vehicle is used in responding to emergency 
cal Is , or 

(2) When such vehicle is used in responding to emergency fire, 
ambulance or lifesaving calls. 

(g) Any vehicle for which an authorized emergency vehicle permit has 
been issued by the Commissioner of the California Highway Patrol. 



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PROCLAMATION 
STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, find 
I that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property c.xist 
I ^ . . _^ 



within the counties of 



SAN MATEO 



SANTA CRUZ 



beginning on or about May 1, 1979. I further find that these emergency 
conditions are as a result of a sudden and serious gasoline shortage at 
retail outlets and other consumer gasoline purchasing problems causing 
extreme traffic hazards and injury to persons and property and which, by 
reason of their magnitude, are beyond the control of the services, 
personnel, equipment and facilities of said counties. Having been advised 
by the Chairpersons of the Boards of Supervisors of said counties that they 
have declared a state of local emergency, I, therefore, proclaim the exis- 
tence of a state of emergency in the aforementioned counties. 

I hereby incorporate, by reference, the regulations pertaining to 
the California gasoline emergency filed with the Secretary of State on the 
9th day of May, 1979, and all subsequent amendments thereto and issue these 
regulations pursuant to Section 8567 of the California Government Code. 
These regulations shall apply to the areas and counties in which a state 
of emergency exists. 

I direct this program shall begin at 0001 hours May 10, 1979, 
in the aforementioned counties. 

I direct that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused Uie 
Great Seal of the State of California to ke afilixed this^th dav of tMr 1979, 





GOVERN 



ATTEST 




BROWN J 
OF CALIFORNIA 



Secretary of State 

<■ otary of Slato 



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M.V. I1197i 

MARCH FOm EU, SwntMy of Statf 

PROCIAMATION (J Deputy (J 
OF 
STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, find 
that on or about May 1, 1979, conditions of extreme peril to the safety of 
persons and property exist within the County of Monterey and that portion of 
the County of Riverside lying westerly of the westerly line of the following 
townships and ranges: Township 2 South, Range 12 East; Township 3 South, 
Range 12 East; Township 4 South, Range 12 East; Township 5 South, Range 12 
East; Township 6 South, Range 12 East; Township 7 South, Range 12 East; 
Township 8 South, Range 12 East; S.B.B. & M. 

I further find that these emergency conditions are as a result of 
a sudden and serious gasoline shortage at retail outlets and other consumer 
gasoline purchasing problems causing extreme traffic hazards and injury to 
persons and property and which, by reason of their magnitude, are beyond the 
control of the services, personnel, equipment and facilities of said counties. 
Having been advised by the Chairpersons of the Boards of Supervisors of said 
counties that they have declared a Local Emergency, I, therefore, proclaim 
the existence of a State of Emergency in the County of Monterey and in the 
aforementioned portion of Riverside County. 

I hereby incorporate, by reference, the regulations pertaining to 
the California gasoline emergency filed with the Secretary of State on the 
11th day of May, 1979, and all subssquent amendments thereto and issue these 
regulations pursuant to Section 8567 of the California Government Code. 
These regulations shall apply to Monterey County and to the aforementioned 
area of Riverside County in which a State of Emergency exists. 

I direct this program shall begin at 0001 hours. May 14, 1979, in 
the County of Monterey and the aforementioned area of Riverside County. 

I direct that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN vriTNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 11th day of Mav. 
1979. 





ATTEST : 



JND G. 6r(5Wn jr. 
GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 

Secretary of State ' 




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M, . . 1 1 1979 

MARCH FOttO tU, SMfikty ol 

REGULATIONS FOP CALIFORNIA'S GASOLINF EMERGFNCY U '**?*'•>' 
(Rovised) 



In light o£ counties now proclaimed to be in a "State of Emergency" and 
pursuant to the authority vested in me to promulgate, issue and enforce 
rules, regulations and orders, I deem the following amended and revised 
rules and regulations necessary for the protection of life and property: 

1. At the retail level, gasoline may be dispensed into vehicles with 
a license plate whose last (or only) digit is an odd number (1, 
3, 5, 7 and 9) only on odd numbered days ot the month, that is, 
on the first, third, fifth, seventh and so on. Environmental 
license plates that contain letters only will be equivalent to 
the digit 1. Examples of odd number plates are as follows: 

SAM 123 
123 SAM 
MARTHA 
KAM 23A5 
123^5J 
J123A5 

2. At the retail level, gasoline may be dispensed into vehicles with 
a license plate whose last (or only) digit is an even number (0, 
2, 4, 6 and 8) only on even numbered days of the month, that is, 
on the second, fourth, sixth, eighth, tenth and so on. Vehicles 
without perm.inent registration, such as newly purchased vehicles, 
shall be considered an even number. Examples of even number 
plates are as follows: 

SAM 132 
132 SAM 
DAVE 2 
2 MARY 
KMA 3456 
01234J 
J0123'! 
W6ABC 

For any calendar month in which there are 31 days, sales may be 
made on the thirty-first day of the month without regard to the 
registration plates of the motor vehicle. 

Gasoline shall not be dispensed into any vehicle that has more 
than one-half tankful ot gasoline. When requested by the gasoline 
attendant, the customer shall permit inspection of the fuel gauge 
with the ignition key in the "on" position. No other minimum 
purchase requirements shall be imposed by any gasoline retailer. 




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i,on be dispensed to any 

purchases ^ statement 

This rule shall not apply - -V jarwash for ^^^ ^^^p^,,, £ 
h^l been filed pursuant to Ru e #9. ° California Public 
'/asoUne into trucks w'^*'^\-'-Jr certificate. (2) are hauHng 
ut!uties Commission P^'-'^V.^ in the judgment of the gasol ne 

ret ai ler , a^"^ " 

''""'°'" K .eneral public, gasoline 

. When dispensing gasoline ^ ° /^^j i^g^ol ine to any°"«'.°" 

'• retailers' shall not reuse ^Z^,;;/ ^^ %efuse to sell gasol ne 

=„nrooriate odd or even days, exc v- tankful of fuel 

r^'^ 3eh c es with more than one-haH of ^^ ^^^^.^^ 

Tasis suc\, as an appointment system. 

COMMENT: 

individual retailers are the ^^f^J^'f.eir' customers' 
^-r^inrrrrencrrged'to Z. oL staggered hours 
Top^rarlon in common marke.ing areas. ^ ^ 

, Each gasoline retailer shall P[-rV/.er:i\C lo^caliln. ^ 

'• complete copy of those -' 7^/: J" post at each sel f-serv ce 

addition, each gasoline re.ailer sha P ^^^^ ^^^ ^ 

station a sign that ,s ««^;i^^ Jj^^ol ine into any vehicle that 

,hat it is unlawlul to d-P-se g ^^^^^^ ^^ ^^ ^^^^,,,, .ore 

^h:n7oVrns°:r::lolirin any single transaction. 

'■ r^a^^UwTnlaVt through the month. 

, • Pirate its casoline supply 
,0 Each serv.ce station shall ^ >-;>„;" ".e^^.r^fi' inches square 
'"• 'and service ^'--^°" ^'^J ^Ve^ises. The following will apply: 
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11. 



Green flaB--nasoHne avinlnble for the penornl ptihHc (on 
appropriate days for appropriaie license plates); yellow 
flag — gasoline available for emergency vehicles only and 
automobile servicing available to the general public; red 
flag — out ol gasoline and/or closed. In addition, if a retailer 
is out of any grade of gasoline, but is otherwise still 
dispensing gasoline to the general public, the retailer shall 
indicate on a sign legible from off the premises which grades are 
not ava i lable. 

The following vehicles are exempt from sections 1 and 2 of these 
orders: 

a) Public transportation vehicles regularly used to transport 
passengers such as buses, taxis and vehicles rented for less 
than 30 days. 



b) Vehicles used tor commercia 
gasoline retailer. (Soe addi 



c) I!. S. Postal Services vi-hicles. 

d) Vehicles operated by handicapped persons, who have no 
practical alternative to auto transportation, as designated 
by the following license plates letters: 



DPW 000 - 9<J9 

DPX 000 - 999 

PPY 000 - 999 

nP7. 000 - 999 

WDP 000 - 999 

XDP 000 - 999 



YDP 000 - 999 
ZnP 000 - 999 
VET 000 - 999 
VTN 000 - 999 
VTR 000 - 999 



000 - 999 KDP 
000 - 999 SDP 
000 - 999 TDP 
000 - 999 liDP 

000 - 999 vnp 



Any vehicle displaying a disabled person placard issued by 
the California Department of Motor Vehicles. 



e) Vehicles with out-of-state license plates. 



f) 



Vehicles operated by persons whose residence addresses as 
shown on their drivers licenses are more than 100 miles 
distance from the place of gasoline purchase. This exemption 
shall only apply to the dispensing of gasoline in Monterey 
County. 



g) Vehicles transporting patients who present a Los Angeles 
County physician's signed exemption statement to the gasoline 
This exemption shall only apply until August 10, 



retai ler. 
1979. 



Operators of the above exempt vehicles are urged to purchase 
gasoline only on appropriate alternate days whenever possible. 



1 1 purposes in the Judgment of the I 
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12. The following vehicles arc exempt from the provisions of these 
orders: 

a) Emergency vehicles as defined in Section 165 of the 
California Vehicle Code (see attachment R). 

b) Other emergency repair and service vehicles, whether public 
or private, used for functions directly related to the 
protection of life, property or public health. 

c) Vehicles operated in an unusual emergency situation in the 
Judgment of the gasoline retailer. 

d) Motorcycles, mopeds, and similar two-wheel vehicles. 

13. At the retail level, gasoline may be dispensed into separate 
containers only when necessary in the Judgment of the gasoline 
retailer. Such sales shall be in the smallest practical quantity. 

COMMENT : 

Stor..ge of gasoline in separate containers in the trunk of 
automobiles is an extremely dangerous practice. 

I'l. The vehicle operator and the gasoline retailer are separately 
required to comply with the provisions of Rules (1), (2), (4), 
and (5). Fither or both may be charged for violation of Rules 
(1). (2), (4). and (5). 

15. Pursuant to the authority of Section 8665 of the Government Code, 
any willful violation of these orders or regulations is a 
misdemeanor and upon conviction, shall be punishable by a fine of 
not to exceed five hundred dollars ($500) or by imprisonment not 
to exceed six months or by both such fine and imprisonment. 

16. Local authorities shall have the responsibility for monitoring 
and enforcing these regulations. Any violation should be reported 
to local law enforcement officials. 

17. Any County Poard of Supervisors may submit proposed clarifica- 
tions of these rules to the Chairperson of the California Energy 
Coomiission. Such clarifications shall take effect upon the 
concurrence of the Energy Commission Chairperson. No changes to 
these rules shall occur unless submitted to the Energy Commission 
Chairperson and adopted by a written order of the Governor. 

18. Rules #R and #10 shall not lake effect until seven (7) days after 
the date of proclamation of emergency for that county. 



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I'. No.wuh.tand.nB any of the provisions of these regulations or 
other state or local law. Kules 1. 2, and 5 shall no Ippiv to 
any person dispensing gasoline into a vehicle that has i..^^ 

To thoi ;• °""'"R "'^t service. This rule shall apply only 
to those businesses which file with the Energy Commission a 
statement under penalty of nerii.rv ih = . .k • <■ unmii ss jon a 
of Mav I IQ70 perjury that their priinary purpose as 

gasoHne. Prov.d.ng carwashes and not the sale of 



These rules 



.iniend and 



F-^rgency implemented on MarraJ;':',^;';:' '°'- ^^'^^o-ia's Gasoline 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
lo be affixed this 11 th 
<lay of May, 1979. 





Governor 



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Secretary of State 



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ATTACHMFNT A 



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APDITIOHAL GUIDANCE 



Retailers shall use these guidelines in determining whether a vehicle 
is used for commercial purposes. 

A. Vehicles which by their design, size, or recognizable company 
identification are obviously being used for commercial purposes. 

B> Vehicles which are owned and operated as a part ol a company 
vehicle fleet as may be determined by company marking or the 
vehicle's registration. 

C. Individually owned vehicles used for commercial purposes, as 
evidenced by the presence of specialized equipment, instruments, 
tools of the trade or profession, supplies or o' rier material 
which c.innot be readily carried by the vehicle operator on public 
transportation, or any other evidence that it is necessary to use 
the vehicle ior commercial purposes. 

Doctors and Nurses ! No blanket exemption is made for doctors and 
nurses. However, when they are using their vehicles for professional 
purposes (such as special calls) their vehicles should be considered 
as those being used for commercial purposes and when using their 
vehicles for eme rgency calls they should be cons idered emergency 



vehicles. Physicians and nurses are expected to do the same planning 
in fueling their vehicles for private use as are other citizens. In 
extreme emergency situations, they can call upon taxis, ambulances, 
or the local law enforcement agency. 



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ATTACHMENT B 



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165. 



SECTION 16^, PIVISION 1., STATK VFHICLF. CODE 



An authorized emergency vehicle is: 



(a) Any publicly owned ambulance, lifeguard or lifesaving equipment 
or any privately owned ambulance used to respond to emergency calls and 
operated under a license issued by the Commissioner of the California 
Highway Patrol. 

(1) Any forestry or fire departmi-nl of any public agency or fire 
department organized as provided in the Health and Safety Code. 

(b) Any publicly owned vehicle operated by the following persons, 
agencies or organizations: 

(2) Any police department, including those of the University of 
California and the California State University and Colleges, Sheriff's 
Department, the California Highway Patrol or the California State Police 
Division. 

(3) The district attorney of any county or any district attorney 
invest igator. 

(4) Any constable or deputy constable cnp^ged in law enforcement 
work. 

(5) Peace officer personnel of the Department of Justice. 

(6) Peace officer personnel of the state park system appointed 
pursuant to Section 5008 of the Public Resources Code. 

(7) Peace officer personnel employed and compensated as members 
of a security patrol of a school district while carrying out the duties 
of their employment. 

(8) Peace officer personnel of the Department of Corrections 
designated in subdivision (b) of Section 830.5 of, and in Section 830.5a 
of, the Penal Code. 

(9) Housing authority patrol officers designated in paragraph 
(17) of subdivision (a) of Section 830.4 of the Penal Code. 

(c) Any vehicle owned by the state, or any bridge and highway 
district, and equipped and used either for fighting fires, or towing or 
servicing other vehicles, caring for injured persons, or repairing 
daaiaged lighting or electrical equipment. 

(d) Any state owned vehicle used in responding to emergency fire, 
rescue or coimnuni cat ions calls and operated either by the Office of 
f.aiergency Services or by any public agency or industrial fire department 
to which the Office of Emergency Services has assigned such vehicle. 

(e) Any state owned vehicle operated by a fish and game warden. 

(f) Any vehicle owned or operated by any department or agency of the 
United Slates Governmeni . 

(1) When such department or agency is engaged primarily in law 
enforcement work and the vehicle is used in responding to emergency 
calls, or 

(2) When such vehicle is used in responding to emergency fire, 
ambulance or lifesaving calls. 

(g) Any vehicle for which an authorized emergency vehicle permit has 
been issued by the Commissioner of the California Highway Patrol. 



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REGULATIONS FOK CALIFORNIA'S GASOLINE 
(Revised May 15, 1979) 




EMERGENCY / i|(/ 



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in liqht of counties now ptoclalmed to be '"/"?"" °^ 
SeJ^lncy- and P-^-^^^'.^rr^es^'Je^uIft o^.^anTo'ders, 
rS:^ ^?^:-.-!o:inrare^^^a'aP^re jse .ules ana re,..a- 
tions necessary for the protection of life and property. 

1. At the retail level, gasoline may ^e dispensed into 
vehicles with a license plate whose last (or only) 
diqit is an odd number (1, 3, 5, 7 and 9) o"ly °" 
odd numbered days of the -onth, that is, o" the 
first, third, fifth, seventh and so on. Environ 
mental licence plates that contain letters °nly 
will be equivalent to the digit 1. Examples or 
odd number plates are as follows: 

SAM 123 

123 SAM 

MARTHA 

KAM 2345 

12345J 

J12345 



2. 



At the retail level, gasoline may be dispensed into 
Cehictes with a license plate whose ^^st or only) 
digit is an even number (0, 2, 4, 6 f"^ 8) only 
on even numbered days of the month, that is, on 
the second, fourth, sixth, eighth, tenth and so 
on Vehicles without permanent registration, such 
as newty purchased vehicles, shall be considered as 
even number. Examples of even number plates are as 
follows: 

SAM 132 

132 SAM 

DAVE 2 

2 MARY 

KMA 3456 

01234J 

J01234 

W6ABC 

For any calendar month in which there are 31 days, 
sales may be made on the thirty-first day of the 
month without regard to the registration plates 
of the motor vehicle. 

Gasoline shall not be dispensed into any vehicle 
^Sa? has more than one-half tankful of ga^^l^"^' _ 
When requested by the gasoline attendant, the cus 
tSmer shall permit inspection of the fuel gauge 
with the ignition key in the "on" position. No 
other minimum purchase requirements shall be imposed 
by any gasoline retailer. 



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5. No more than 20 gallons of gasoline shall be dis- 
pensed to any customer in any single transaction. 
No other maximum limit on purchases shall be imposed 
by any gasoline retailer. 

This rule shall not apply to any carwash for which 
a statement has been filed pursuant to Rule #19; 
or to the dispensing of gasoline into trucks which 
either (1) have a California Public Utilities Commis- 
sion permit or certificate, (2) are hauling agri- 
cultural products, or (3) in the judgment of the 
gasoline retailer, are otherwise engaged in hauling 
for a commercial purpose. 



When dispensi 
gasoline reta 
line to anyon 
except to ref 
more than one 
retailers sha 
goods and ser 
car washes, t 
tion to the d 
except as oth 
retailers sha 
ential basis 



ng gasoline to the general public, 
ilers shall not refuse to sell gaso- 
e, on appropriate odd or even days, 
use to sell gasoline to vehicles with 
-half of a tankful of fuel. Gasoline 
11 not require the purchase of specia 
vices, including, but not limited to, 
ires, or car lubrication, as a condi- 
ispensing of gasoline. In addition, 
erwise provided in Rules 11 and 12, 
11 not dispense gasoline on a prefer- 
such as an appointment system. 



(a) Each gasoline retailer shall clearly post by 
signs legible from off the premises his antici- 
pated minimum business days and hours of opera- 
tion for dispensing gasoline including, but 
not limited to, which weekend day they will 

be open. 

(b) Each gasoline retailer who had a gasoline sales 
volume of 750,000 gallons in 1978, shall open 
on each Saturday of the month if their gasoline 
motor fuel pump location number is odd, or on 
each Sunday of the month it their gasoline 
motor fuel pump location number is even. Such 
retailers shall remain open until they have 
sold on their required weekend day at least 
one-sixth of their weekly gasoline allocation. 

COMMENT: 

The California Division of Weights & Measures 
licenses each gasoline fuel pump in California, 
As part of the licensing process, they issue 
one location number to each service station. 
This number appears in the lower right corner 
of the fuel pump license, which is usually 
posted in the service station office. 



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10. 



11. 



(c) Rule 7(b) shall not apply to any gasoline re- 
tailer who is out of gasoline because of a late 
delivery or whose normal business practice prior 



to February 1, 1979, was 
Saturdays and Sundays 



to remain closed on 



(d) Not withstanding the gasoline motor fuel pump 
location number, any retailer may, for bonafide 
religious reasons, choose whether to open on 

a Saturday or Sunday. 

(e) Any retailer who is exempt from all or part 

of Rule 7(b), because of either normal business 
practice or bonafide religious reasons, shall 
file with the Chairman of the California Energy 
Commission a statement, under penalty of per- 
jury, setting forth the basis for the exemption. 

Each gasoline retailer shall prominently display 
a full and complete copy of these rules m an 
accessible location. In addition, each gasoline 
retailer shall post at each self-service station 
a sign that is readily legible from all pumps stat- 
ing that it is unlawful to dispense gasoline into 
any vehicle that has more than one-haif tankful 
of gasoline or to dispense more than 20 gallons 
of gasoline in any single transaction. 

Each gasoline retailer shall manage his monthly 
fuel allocation so that it will last through the 
month and to ensure that at least one-sixth of the 
weekly supply is available for sale on weekends. 

Each service station shall clearly indicate its 
gasoline supply and service situation by a flag 
of at least 18 inches square easily visible from 
off the premises. The following will apply: 



Green flag--gasol 
(on appropriate d 
yellow flag — gaso 
only and automobi 
public; red flag- 
In addition, if a 
gasoline, but is 
line to the gener 
indicate on a sig 
which grades are 



ine available for the general public 
ays for appropriate license plates); 
line available for emergency vehicles 
le servicing available to the general 
-out of gasoline and/or closed. 

retailer is out of any grade of 
otherwise still dispensing gaso- 
al public, the retailer shall 
n legible from off the premises 
not available. 




The following vehicles are exempt from sections 
1 and 2 of these orders: 

a) Public transportation vehicles regularly used 
to transport passengers such as buses, taxis 
and vehicles rented for less than 30 days. 



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b) vehicles used for c^r^'^'^L?! ir^^tsee addi- 
judgment of the gasoline retailer. (See addi 

tional guidance, Attachment A) 

c) U.S. Postal Service Vehicles. 

d) Vehicles operated by handicapped persons, who 
have no practical alternative to auto trans- 
portation, as designated by the following 
license plate letters: 



DPW 000 
DPX 000 
DPY 000 
DPZ 000 
WDP 000 
XDP 000 



999 
999 
999 
999 
999 
999 



YDP 000 
ZDP 000 
VET 000 
VTN 000 
VTR 000 



999 
999 
999 
999 
999 



000 
000 
000 
000 
000 



999 RDP 
999 SDP 
999 TDP 
999 UDP 
999 VDP 



e) 
f) 



12. 



Any vehicle displaying a disabled Pe^^on placard 

issued by the California Department of Motor 

Vehicles. 

Vehicles with out-of-state license plates. 

Vehicles operated by persons whose residence 
addresses as shown on their drivers licenses 
are more than 100 miles distance from the place 
of gasoline purchase. This exemption shall 
only apply to the dispensing of gasoline in 
Monterey County. 

q) Vehicles transporting patients who present a 
^' LOS Angeles County physician's signed exemption 
statemlnt to the gasoline retailer. This exemp- 
tion shall only apply until August 10, 1979. 

Operators of the above exempt vehicles are urged 
to purchase gasoline only on appropriate alternate 
days whenever possible. 

The Following vehicles are exempt from the provi- 
sions of these orders: 

a) Emergency vehicles as defined in Section 165 
of the California Vehicle Code (See attachment 

B) . 

b) Other emergency repair and service vehicles, 
whether public or private, used for functions 
directly related to the protection of lite, 
property or public health. 

c Vehicles operated in an unusual emergency situ- 
* ation in the judgment of the gasoline retailer. 



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d. Motorcycles, mopeds, and similar two-wheel 
vehicles. 

13. At the retail level, gasoline may be dispensed into 
separate containers only when necessary in the judg- 
ment of the gasoline retailer. Such sales shall 

be in the smallest practical quantity. 

COMMENT : 

Storage of gasoline in separate containers in 
the trunk of automobiles is an extremely dan- 
gerous practice. 

14. The vehicle operator and the gasoline retailer are 
separately required to comply with the provisions 
of Rules (1), (2), (4), and (5). Either or both 
may be charged for violation of Rules (1), (2), (4), 
and (5). 

15. Pursuant to the authority of Section 8665 of the 
Government Code, any willful violation of these 
orders or regulations is a misdemeanor and upon 
conviction, shall be punishable by a fine of not 
to exceed five hundred dollars ($500) or by impri- 
sonment not to exceed six months or by both such 
fine and imprisonment. 

16. Local authorities shall have the responsibility 
for monitoring and enforcing these regulations. 
Any violation should be reported to local law 
enforcement officials. 

17. Any County Board of Supervisors may submit proposed 
clarifications of these rules to the Chairperson 

of the California Energy Commission. Such clari- 
fications shall take effect upon the concurrence 
of the Energy Commission Chairperson. No changes 
to these rules shall occur unless submitted to the 
Energy Commission Chairperson and adopted by a 
written order of the Governor. 

18. Rule #10 shall not take effect until seven (7) days 
after the date of proclamation of emergency for 
that county. Rule #8 shall not take effect until 
May 22, 1979. 

19. Notwithstanding any of the provisions of these 
regulations or other state or local law. Rules 1, 
2, and 5 shall not apply to any person dispensing 
gasoline into a vehicle that has just received a 
carwash from a business whose primary purpose as 
of May 1, 1979, is offering that service. This 
rule shall apply only to those businesses which 
file with the Energy Commission a statement under 



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penalty of perjury that their primary purpose as 
of May 1, 1979 was providing carwashes and not the 
sale of gasoline. 

20. If a retailer orders gasoline in accordance with 
his monthly allocation and his supplier cannot 
deliver that gasoline within forty-eight hours of 
the time the order is placed, the supplier shall 
immediately notify the retailer. The notification 
shall include a firm delivery time for the gasoline 
and shall set forth the reasons for the delay. 

These rules amend and revise Regulations for California's 
Gasoline Emergency implemented on May 8, 9 and 11, 1979. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this isth 
day of ^iay, 1979 




day of rtey, 1979. 

EDMUND e. BROWN JR. \ 
Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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Date: 



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By 



Secretary of Stat 
Deputy Secifetary otrpt 



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ATTACHMENT A 



ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE 



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1. Retailers shall use these guidelines in determining 
whether a vehicle is used for commercial purposes. 

A. Vehicles which by their aesign, size, or recog- 
nizable company identification are obviously bei 
used tor commercial purposes. 

B. Vehicles which are owned and operated as part of 
a company vehicle fleet as may be determined by 
company marking or the vehicle's registration. 

C. Individually owned vehicles used for commercial 
purposes, as evidenced by the presence of sppcial- 
ized equipment, instruments, tools of the trade or 
profession, supplies or other material which cannot 
be readily carried by the vehicle operator on pub- 
lic transportation, or any other evidence that it 
IS necessary to use the vehicle for commercial 
purposes. 

2. Doctors and Nurses: No blanket exemption is made for 
aoctors and nurses. However, when they are using their 
vehicles tor professional purposes (such as special 
calls) their vehicles should be considered as those 
being used tor commercial pur poses and wh en using 

J . 7 ^"^ emergency calls they should-TTco n- 

exoectedTo'^o"^r "^'^^^^^^ H.ysicianI and nurses ar e 
expected to do the same planning in fueling their 
^^^''^^^^ tor private use as are other citizens. In 
extreme emergency situations, they can call upon taxis, 
ambulances, or the local law enforcement agency. 



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SECTION 1 65, DIVISION 1., STATE VEHICLE C ODE 
An authorized emergency vehicle is: 



ATTACHMENT B 



165. 



.;;,„, i^^ '^"^ publicly owned ambulance, lifeguard or life- 
resiond T'^""^"' °' ^"^ privately owned ambulance used to 
IlsueS bv thfr^^"^^ "^^^ ^"'^ operated under a license 
Patrol. commissioner ot the California Highway 

(b) Any publicly owned vehicle operated by the follow- 
ing persons, agencies or organizations: toiiow 
nnhiir. .^^^^ Any forestry or fire department of any 

otiiiTo!; '"""' '■'""' " '"» Calito'^nia sUt^ Police 

(3) The district attorney of any countv or 
any district attorney investigator I county or 

xn law enloJceSt'^wSrk?'''" °' ^"^"'^ constable engaged 

of Justicif^ ^^^" officer personnel of the Department 

^ ^ '^^ Peace officer personnel of the state n;^rk 

Den..^^«H iV ^^'^^^ Officer personnel employed and com- 
dtstric? whn^^ ^'^ °' ^ security patrol of a schoo! 
district ^hle carrying out the duties of their employment, 
of rorr^ t^ t^^ officer personnel of the Department 
830^^r '1^ "^^^'^"^"^^^ i" subdivision (b) of Section 
830.5 of, and in Section 830.5a of, the Penal CodI! 

in paraqraoi ni^T .T,^""''^^ ^^^'°^ officers designated 
ot ?he ?ena? c^di. ^"'^'^^--^'^" <-) of Section 830.4 

;,nH h''^ Any vehicle owned by the state, or any bridge 
?iqht n^?L^f '^'' •*"' -quipped and used ei?her1?r 
lighting tires, or towing or servicing other vehicles 
"; or iZ r^^'f persons, or repairing damagiS UgS^- 
mg or electrical equipment. ^ 

emeraenrv''yw"^''^~°'^"^^ vehicle used in responding to 
emergency tite, rescue or communications calls and oper- 

aiv oubl^r ^^ '^^ ""'" °' Emergency Servi^ls Sr by 
tnl R^^ agency or industrial fire department ^o which 

vehicle.'" °' ^"--^g-^^y Services has assign^rsuch ^ 

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(f) Any vehicle owned or operated by any department 
or agency ot the United States government: 

(1) When such department or agency is engaged 
primarily m law enforcement work and the vehicle is 
used in responding to emergency calls, or 

(2) When such vehicle is used in responding 
to emergency fire, ambulance or lifesaving calls. 

(g) Any vehicle for which an authorized emergency 
'ff^"^'=^^ permit has been issued by the Commissioner of 
the California Highway Patrol. 



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State of California 

PROCLAMATION AND ORDER 



•> *• a<M> nf California 







MAHCH FONO EU, 



D•pv^/ Swn 

Whereas: Edmund G. Brown, Jr., Governor of the State of California, ha"s 
found a state of emergency to exist because of conditions of 
extreme peril to the safety of persons and property within 
certain California counties and areas and. 

Whereas: Governor Brown has declared a state of emergency in his 
proclamations of May 8, 9, and 11, 1979 and. 

Whereas: Governor Brown has ordered extraordinary actions and measures to 
deal with the results of the sudden and serious gasoline shortage 
which has created consumer gasoline purchasing problems causing 
extreme traffic hazards and injury to persons and property which, 
by reason of their magnitude, are beyond the control of the 
services, personnel, and facilities of certain counties and 
areas, and. 

Whereas: These conditions still exist calling for further actions to be 
taken, and. 

Whereas: Certain regulations of the California Air Resources Board are 
inhibiting the full production of gasoline thereby delaying 
mitigation of the effects of the emergency, and to wit: 
regulations establishing maximum standards for the volatility of 
gasoline and regulations providing for the amount of lead which 
may be contained in gasoline sold in California; 

Whereas: I hereby find and declare that strict compliance with the 

provisions of such orders, rules, and regulations does prevent, 
hinder, or delay the mitigation of the effects of the emergency. 

Therefore: I, Mike Curb, acting Governor of the State of California in 
accordance with the state of emergency declared by Governor 
Edmund G. Brown, Jr., and pursuant to the authority vested in 
me by Sections 8555 et seq. of the Government Code, to 
promulgate, issue and enforce rules, regulations and orders, 
thereby order the following: 

The regulations of the State Air Resources Board governing the 
lead content and vapor pressure with respect to gasoline 
shall conform to Federal standards and I hereby suspend for 
the duration of the current emergency or until December 31, 
1979, whichever comes first, any regulatory provisions found 
inconsistent with this order. All existing regulatory 
exemptions shall remain in effect. 

I direct this Order shall be effective immediately upon signature. 

I direct that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be filed in 
the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity and 
notice be given to this proclamation. 



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3Exccuti\)c Bcpartmcnt 
dtate or California 







MIKE CURB 
Acting Governor 



WjiAd\ iZ\o^ u<^ 



TEST: Secretary of State 



BY: 







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PROCL/y>IATION AND ORDER 



FILED 

'aJS* "''''" "' '*'• s«"""V °* Slot*-, 

«f lh« Stol« of California >. j 

Af^-JiTo'clock K M. 
MARCH FONG EU, iecytary « Sfatol 

By l/i/ftlLmJA MM«M 



Whereas: Edmund G. Brown, Jr., Governor of the State of California, has 
found a state of emergency to exist because of conditions of 
extreme peril to the safety of persons and property within 
certain California counties and areas and. 



Whereas: Governor Brown has declared a state of emergency in his 
proclamations of May 8, 9, and 11, 1979 and. 

Whereas: Governor Brown has ordered extraordinary actions and measures to 
deal with the results of the sudden and serious gasoline shortage 
which has created consumer gasoline purchasing problems causing 
extreme traffic hazards and injury to persons and property which, 
by reason of their magnitude, are beyond the control of the 
services, personnel, and facilities of certain counties and 
areas, and, , 

Whereas: These conditions still exist calling for further actions to be 
taken, and. 

Whereas: Certain regulations of the California Air Resources Board are 
inhibiting the full production of gasoline thereby delaying 
mitigation of the effects of the emergency, and to wit: 
regulations establishing maximum standards for the volatility of 
gasoline and regulations providing for the amount of lead which 
may be contained in gasoline sold in California; 

Whereas: I hereby find and declare that strict compliance with the 

provisions of such orders, rules, and regulations does prevent, 
hinder, or delay the mitigation of the effects of the emergency. 

Therefore: I, Mike Curb, acting Governor of the State of California in 
accordance with the state of emergency declared by Governor 
Edmund 6. Brown, Jr., and pursuant to the authority vested in 
me by Sections 8555 et seq. of the Government Code, to 
promulgate, issue and enforce rules, regulations and orders, 
thereby order the following: 

The regulations of the State Air Resources Board governing the 
lead content and vapor pressure with respect to gasoline 
shall conform to Federal standards and I hereby suspend for 
the duration of the current emergency or until December 31, 
1979, whichever comes first, any regulatory provisions found 
consistent with this order. All existing regulatory 
exemptions shall remain in effect. 

I direct this Order shall be effective immediately upon signature. 

I direct that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be filed in 
the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity and 
notice be given to this proclamation. 






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Great Seal 
May 1979. 



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mikTojrb 

Acting Governor 



ATTEST- c-fe^liu^LS<. 
«"tbr. Secretary of state 




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GOVERNORS OFFICE 
SACRAMENTO SBSI4 



EDMUND O BROWN JR. 



916/445-1915 



May 17, 1979 



FILED 

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MAV17t979 

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Hon. March Fong Eu 

Secretary of State 

State Capitol 

Sacramento, California 95814 

Attention: Anthony Miller 

Dear Secretary of State Eu: 

This is to advise you that the two documents styled 
"Procleimaticn and Order" signed by Lieutenant Governor 
Curb on May 16, 1979, and filed with your office at 
4:55 p.m. and at 7:02 p.m. are both invalid and of no 
legal force or effect. 

Enclosed herewith, for your information, are copies of the 
Petition for Writs of Mandamus and Prohibition and for 
Declaratory Relief and Memorandum of Points and Authorities 
in support thereof filed in the California Supreme Court 
on May 7, 1979, in behalf of the Governor, in the pending 
case of Edmund G. Brown Jr., et al v. Mike Curb, et al , 
S.F. No. 24021. The legal reasons the Lieutenant Governor, 
under the present circumstances, lacks authority to sign 
and effectuate executive orders are set forth and described 
at pages 20 through 53 of the aforesaid Memorandum. 




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Enclosures 



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FILED 

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5*16 p.mi 



I, EDMUND G. 
proclaim as follows: 



PROCLAMATION 

AMENDING 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, 



That the conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property prevailed at the time of the previous proclamation of May 11, 1979, 
as pertains to all that portion of the County of Riverside lying westerly 
of the %*esterly line of the following Townships and Ranges: Township 2 
South, Range 12 East; Township 3 South, Range 12 East; Township 4 South, 
Range 12 East; Township 5 South, Range 12 East; Township 6 South, Range 12 
East; To*mship 7 South, Range 12 East; Township 8 South, Range 12 East; 
S.B.B. £ M. ; and 

That it was proclaimed that a State of Emergency existed in the 
described area. 

I now find, at the request of the Board of Supervisors, it is 
necessary to amend the May 11, 1979 Proclamation of a State of Emergency 
to realign the boundary to now be that portion of Riverside County lying 
westerly of the westerly line of the following Townships and Ranges: 
Township 2 South, Range 12 East; Township 3 South, Range 12 East; Township 
4 South, Range 12 East; Township 5 South, Range 12 East; and Township 6 
South, Range 12 East; thence west along the southerly line of Township 6 
South, Range 11 East; Township 6 South, Range 10 East; Township 6 South, 
Range 9 East; Township 6 South, Range 8 East, until arriving at the south- 
west comer of Township 6 South, Range 7 East; thence in a southerly 
direction along the westerly line of Township 7 South, Range 7 East; 
Township 8 south. Range 7 East, to the San Diego County border, S.B.B. s M. 

This amendment effectively excludes the area around the north end 
Of the Sal ton Sea, including the comminity of Mecca. 

I hereby incorporate, by reference, the regulations pertaining to 
the California Gasoline Emergency filed with the Secretary of State on the 
15th day of May, 1979, and all subsequent amendments thereto and issue these 
regulations pursuant to Section 8587 of the California Government Code. 
These regulations shall apply to the amended area of Riverside County in 
«4iich a State of Emergency exists. 

I direct this program shall begin at 0001 hours. May 20th, 1979, 
in the amended area of Riverside County. 

I direct that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 



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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this /g dav 
of May, 1979. ^^ ^^ 



ATTEST : 





CALIFORNIA 



[AiCLxcA iTac^ <i<- 



Secretary of State 




Deputy Secretary oi-'state ' 



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RiiGULATIONS 



FILED 

M>Y2 31979 







FOR CALIFORNIA'S GASOLINE 
(Revised May 23, 1979) 



EMERGENCY 



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In light of counties now proclaimed to be in a "State of 
Emergency- and pursuant to the authority vested in m^ ?o 

rS'fhe'/fr^"' ""^°^" ^"1-^' -g-lations^anSorders, 
I deem the following amended and revised rules and regula- 
tions necessary for the protection of life and property: 



1. 



4. 



vehicles if^J i T^' ^^^°^"e ""^V be dispensed into 
d!ai^ i= J license plate whose last (or only) 
oHH I ^".'^'^ ""'"''^'^ <i' 3, 5, 7 and 9) only on 
Odd numbered days of the month, that is, 'on JL 

m«nf i' , ' ^^^''*'' seventh and so on. Environ- 
;!n L '""'^P^^'^^ '^^'^ '=°"tain letters only 
^\ be equivalent to the digit 1. Examples of 
odd number plates are as follows: '^'^^'^^^^^ °^ 

SAM 123 
123 SAM 

MARTHA 
KAM 2345 

12345J 

J12345 

JehicLrifti i^r^' ^^^°|i"^ -"^y be dispensed into 
venicies with a license plate whose last (or onlv) 
digit IS an even number (0, 2, 4. 6 and fiTonTC 
on even numbered days of \he mon^h! tCft s? on 

In 5eh;clJ°"^H' l'^^""' eighth, 'tenth and To 
!2*no!T u*"''^°"*' permanent registration, such 
even nimber'^^'K"^^ vehicles, shall be consid;reS as 
VoTlol^ Examples of even number plates are as 

SAM 132 
132 SAM 
DAVE 2 
2 MARY 
KMA 3456 
01234J 
J01234 
W6ABC 

For any calendar month in which th^ro ar-= ->i ^ 
gasoline may be dispensed on the thirEy-L?s? ^^'' 

ptates of^:rmn^"'''°;:' ^"^^^'^ ^° the'lii^nse 
fiaces ot the motor vehicle. 

Gasoline may not be dispensed into any vehicle 
ihen rT '""'^^^^" One-half tankful of gasoline 
pi^?^ *'"^^*^^^ ^y ^^^ gasoline retailer? his 
operator '.h^n"^ peace officer, the vehicle 
operator shall permit inspection of the fuel 
gauge with the ignition key in the "on" poluion 
imno^^H^""""""'" P^'^^^hase requirements shall be 
imposed by any gasoline retailer. 



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5. No more than 20 gallons of gasoline shall be 

dispensed to any customer in any single trans- 
action. No other maximum limit on purchases shall 
be imposed by any gasoline retailer. 

This rule shall not apply to: 

(a) Any carwash for which a statement has been 
filed pursuant to Rule 19; 

(b) The dispensing of gasoline into trucks which 
either (1) have a California Public Utilities 
Commission permit or certificate, (2) are 
hauling agricultural products, or (3) in the 
judgment of the gasoline retailer, are other- 
wise engaged in hauling for a commercial 
purpose; 

(c) The dispensing of gasoline into an industrial 
sized drum used for an identifiable commercial 
purpose such as fueling construction and farm 
equipment and fueling electrical generators. 
Evidence of a commercial purpose as demonstrated 
by possession of a business license or similar 
license. 

6. When dispensing gasoline to the general public, 
gasoline retailers shall not refuse tc sell gaso- 
line to anyone, on appropriate odd or even days, 
except to refuse to sell gasoline to vehicles with 
more than one-half of a tankful of fuel. Gasoline 
retailers shall not require the purchase of special 
goods and services, including, but not limited to, 
car washes, tires, or car lubrication, as a condi- 
tion to the dispensing of gasoline. In addition, 
except as otherwise provided in Rules 11 and 12, 
retailers shall not dispense gasoline on a prefer- 
ential basis such as an appointment system. 

COMMENT : 

It is a violation of this rule for a gasoline 
retailer to be open only for dispensing gaso- 
line to commercial vehicles or commercial 
accounts and not be dispensing gasoline to 
the general public. 

7. (a) Each gasoline retailer shall clearly post by 

signs legible from off the premises the days 
and hours gasoline will be dispensed to the 
general public, including, but not limited to. 



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(b) 



which weekend day and time they will be open 
The gasoline retailer shall dispense gasoline 
during the days and hours posted on the sign. 

Each gasoline retailer shall open at the hour 
posted pursuant to rule 7(a) on each Saturday 
ot the month if his gasoline motor fuel pump 
location number is odd, or on each Sunday of 
the month if his gasoline motor fuel pump loca- 
tion number is even, and shall dispense gasoline 
to the public until he has sold at least one- 
sixth of his weekly gasoline allocation. 

COMMENT: 

The purpose of this rule is to ensure that 
the opening of large stations on weekends 
Sund^^"^^ ^distributed between Saturday and 

The California Division of Weights & Measures 

ifo^rrj^^K 5f^°^i"^ f"^l P"n.p in California. 
AS part of the licensing process, they issue 
one location number to each service station 
This number appears in the lower right corner 
ot the fuel pump license, which is usually 
posted in the service station office. 

'''' Sho! ^^^^ ^^^^^ ""'^ ^PP^y ^° ^"y gasoline retailer 



(d) 



(e) 



(1) is out of gasoline because of late 
delivery; 

(2) as a normal business practice prior to 
February 1, 1979 remained closed on 
Saturday and Sunday; or 

'^^ itn nn^^^°}!"^ ^^^^^ ^^^"""^ °f less than 
750,000 gallons in 1978. 

^c^tl^'^^' ""L^^ ^" "^'^ gasoline motor fuel pump 
location number may, for bonafide religious 
reasons open on Sunday instead of Saturday, and 

Jo^aMoi^' "L^^ ^" ^^^" gasoline motor fuel pump 
location number may, for bonafide religious 
reasons, open on Saturday instead of Sunday. 

o? Ru?e%?h»''^H'"' ^" ^''f'^Ption from all or part 
ot Rule 7(b) because of either normal business 
rff^ i""^ ""i ^?"^fide religious reasons, any 
Can irnifp'' '"'.^ ''^^ "'^'^ *^^^ Chairman of the 
pliat?v c f o"^'^^ commission a statement, under 

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10. 



11. 



Each gasoli 
a full and 
accessible 
retailer sh 
a sign that 
ing that it 
any vehicle 
of gasoline 
of gasoline 



ne retailer shall prominently disolav 
complete copy of these rules^n an ^ 
an^nos^ ^'" ^^dition, each gasoline 
]i r H-f'' 1^""^ self-service station 
IS readily legible from all pumps stat- 
is unlawful to dispense gasoline into 
that has more than one-half tankful 
or to dispense more than 20 gallons 
in any single transaction. 



fue? i?Si?rors'o\\^:ti?'iiTr?^%'\^ ^^"^^^^ 

month and to ensure that^^i l^^^ through the 

weekly supply ?sa5anf hi ff^^^\°"^"^^^'^*' °f the 
PP-Ly is available for sale on weekends. 

COMMENT: 

and that sutio^I hi^ °^S" throughout the mohth 
on at leasl'^jraaj'-of f^lT^lLi^'Vl,""'" 

:n\%th\rs\^?::?.^;/o°rs-.-?- --" - -- 
o« th.^^"L;Ls-^?h\=?^!;L!-'iLrf--. -- 

Green flag- 

(on appropr 
yellow flag 
only and au 
public; red 
In addition 
gasoline, b 
line to the 
indicate on 
which grade 



-gasoline available for the aenpr^i ,^■.^,l • 
late days for appropriate l!lensl'p?atesf. 
t^moh^J'"^ available for emergency ?ehiclk 
tomobUe servicing available to the qeneral 
ilKT.l °f ^--°line and/or closed' ""' 
utls^ he'?; ^e :tilfd?s '""'■'''^^ °^ 
general pubiL^^'ie'^e a?le"r^"?jr" 
s^?:^noJi;^lLb^J- °- -^ ---- 



c) 



U.S. Postal Service Vehicles. 



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d) Vehicles operated by handicapped persons, who 
have no practical alternative to auto trans- 
portation, as designated by the following 
licenses plate letters: 



DPWOOO 
OOODPW 
000 RDP 
IDPAOOO 
VETO 00 
VTNOOO 
VTROOO 
OOOVET 
OOOVTN 
OOOVTR 



through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 



DPZ999 

OOODPZ 

999ZDP 

1DPZ999 

VET999 

VTN999 

VTR999 

999VET 

999VTN 

999VTR 



12. 



Any vehicle displaying a disabled person placard 
issued by the California Department of Motor 
Vehicles. 

e) Vehicles with out-of-state license plates. 

f) Vehicles operated by persons whose residence 
addresses as shown on their drivers licenses 
are more than 100 miles distance from the place 
of gasoline purchase. This exemption shall 
only apply to the dispensing of gasoline in 
Monterey County. 

g) Vehicles transporting patients who present a 
Los Angeles or Orange County physician's signed 
exemption statement to the gasoline retailer. 
This exemption shall only apply until August 

■*-U f 197 3. 

Operators of the above exempt vehicles are urged 
to purchase gasoline only on appropriate alternate 
days whenever possible. 

The following vehicles are exempt from the provi- 
sions of these orders: 

a) Emergency vehicles as defined in Section 165 
of the California Vehicle Code (See attachment 
B) . 

b) Other emergency repair and service vehicles, 
whether public or private, used for functions 
directly related to the protection of life, 
property or public health. 




c. 



d. 



Vehicles operated in an unusual emergency situ- 
ation in the judgment of the gasoline retailer. 

Motorcycles, mopeds, and similar two-wheel 
vehicles. 



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13. 



14. 



15. 



16, 



17. 



18. 



At the retail level, no more than two gallons of 
gasoline may be dispensed into a separate container, 
and no more than one separate container may be used 
in a single transaction. 

This rule shall not apply to containers used for 
a commercial purpose such as containers used to 
fuel commercial landscaping and gardening equipment, 
construction equipment, or electrical generators. 

COMMENT : 

Storage of gasoline in separate containers in 
the trunk of automobiles is an extremely dan- 
gerous practice. 



Unless otherwise specified, 
regulations, including, but 
(1), (2), (4), (5), and (6), 
operator, an employee of a g 
a gasoline retailer. A viol 
tions may result in a crimin 
of these persons. The term 
as used in these regulations 
firm, partnership, associati 
tion, owning, leasing, renti 
a gasoline service station o 
ing for sale, selling or oth 
to the general public. 



the provisions of these 
not limited to. Rules 

apply to a vehicle 
asoline retailer, and 
ation of these regula- 
al charge against each 
"gasoline retailer" 

includes every person, 
on, trustee or corpora- 
ng, managing or operating 
r other facility offer- 
erwise dispensing gasoline 



Pursuant to the authority of Section 8665 of the 
Government Code, any willful violation of these 
orders or regulations is a misdemeanor and upon 
conviction, shall be punishable by a fine of not 
to exceed five hundred dollars ($500) or by impri- 
sonment not to exceed six months or by both such 
fine and imprisonment. 

Local authorities shall have the responsibility 
for monitoring and enforcing these regulations. 
Any violation should be reported to local law 
enforcement officials. 

Any County Board of Supervisors may submit proposed 
clarifications of these rules to the Chairperson 
of the California Energy Commission. Such clari- 
fications shall take effect upon the concurrence 
of the Energy Commission Chairperson. No changes 
to these rules shall occur unless submitted to the 
Energy Commission Chairperson and adopted by a 
written order of the Governor. 

Rule #10 shall not take effect until seven (7) days 
after the date of proclamation of emergency for 
that county. Rule #8 shall not take effect until 
May 30, 1979. 



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ATTACHMENT A 



ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE 



Retailers shall use these guidelines in determining 
whether a vehicle is used for commercial purposes. 

A. Vehicles which by their design, size, or recog- 
nizable company identification are obviously being 
used for commercial purposes. 

B. Vehicles which are owned and operated as part of 
a company vehicle fleet as may be determined by 
company marking or the vehicle's registration. 

C. Individually owned vehicles used for commercial 
purposes, as evidenced by the presence of special- 
ized equipment, instruments, tools of the trade or 
profession, supplies or other material which cannot 
be readily carried by the vehicle operator on pub- 
lic transportation, or any other evidence that it 
is necessary to use the vehicle for commercial 
purposes. 



Doctors and Nurses ; No blan 
doctors and nurses. However 
vehicles for professional pu 
calls) their vehicles should 
being used tor commercial pu 
their vehicles for emergency 



ket exempti 
, when they 
r poses (sue 
be conside 
rposes and 



sidered emergency vehiclesT 
expected to do tne same plan 
vehicles for private use as 
extreme emergency situations 
ambulances, or the local law 



calls they 

"Physicians 

ning in fue 

are other c 

they can 

enforcemen 



on is made for 
are using their 

h as special 

red as those 

when using 
should be con- 



and nurses are 
ling their 
itizens. In 
call upon taxis, 
t agency. 



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ATTACHMENT B 



SECTION 165, DIVISION 1., STATE VEHICLE CODE 



165. An authorized emergency vehicle is; 

(a) Any publicly owned ambulance, lifeguard or life- 
saving equipment or any privately owned ambulance used to 
respond to emergency calls and operated under a license 
issued by the Commissioner of the California Highway 
Patrol. 

(b) Any publicly owned vehicle operated by the follow- 
ing persons, agencies or organizations: 

(1) Any forestry or fire department of any 
public agency or fire department organized as provided 
in the Health and Safety Code. 

(2) Any police department, including those 

of the University of California and the California State 
University and Colleges, sheriff's department, or the 
California Highway Patrol or the California State Police 
Division. 

(3) The district attorney of any county or 
any district attorney investigator. 

(4) Any constable or deputy constable engaged 
in law enforcement work. 

(5) Peace officer personnel of the Department 
of Justice. 

(6) Peace officer personnel of the state park 
system appointed pursuant to Section 5008 of the Public 
Resources Code. 

(7) Peace officer personnel employed and com- 
pensated as members of a security patrol of a school 
district while carrying out the duties of their employment. 

(8) Peace officer personnel of the Department 
of Corrections designated in subdivision (b) of Section 
830.5 of, and in Section 830.5a of, the Penal Code. 

(9) Housing authority patrol officers designated 
in paragraph (17) of subdivision (a) of Section 830.4 

of the Penal Code. 

(c) Any vehicle owned by the state, or any bridge 
and highway district, and equipped and used either for 
fighting fires, or towing or servicing other vehicles, 
caring for injured persons, or repairing damaged light- 
ing or electrical equipment. 

(d) Any state-owned vehicle used in responding to 
emergency fire, rescue or communications calls and oper- 
ated either by the Office of Emergency Services or by 
any public agency or industrial fire department to which 
the Office of Emergency Services has assigned such 
vehicle. 

(e) Any state-owned vehicle operated by a fish and 
game Warden. 



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(f) Any veh 
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enforcement work and the vehicle is 
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en such vehicle is used in responding 
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19. 



20. 



Notwithstanding any of the provisions of these reg- 
ulations or other state or local law, Rules (1), 
(2), and (5) shall not apply to any person dispensing 
gasoline into a vehicle that receives a carwash 
as part of the transaction from a business whose 
primary purpose as of May 1, 1979, is offering that 
service. This rule shall apply only to these busi- 
nesses which file with the Energy Commission a state- 
ment under penalty of perjury that their primary 
purpose as of May 1, 1979, was providing carwashes 
and not the sale of gasoline. 

If a retailer orders gasoline in accordance with 
his monthly allocation and his supplier cannot 
deliver that gasoline within forty-eight hours of 
the time the order is placed, the supplier shall 
immediately notify the retailer. The notification 
shall include a firm delivery time for the gasoline 
and shall set forth the reasons for the delay. 

These rules amend and revise Regulations for California's 
Gasoline Emergency implemented on May 8, 9, 11 and 15, 1979. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 23rd 
day of May, 1979. 




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Governor of Californi 



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PROCLAMATION 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, 
proclaim as follows : 

That conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property prevailed at the time of a previous proclamation of May 11, 1979, 
as pertains to all that portion of Monterey County lying south of a line 
extending from the intersection of Camphora Road and Silliman Road due east 
to the Monterey-San Benito County line, and east of a line extending due 
south from that same intersection to the Pacific Ocean: 

That it was proclaimed that a State of Emergency existed in the 
described area: 

That I now find that a State of Emergency no longer exists in 
said area and that the local authorities are now able to cope with the 
situation: 

Now, therefore, I proclaim that a State of Emergency no longer 
exists effective immediately in the above described area, and therefore 
the regulations for California's Gasoline Eirergency filed with the Secretary 
of State on May 23, 1979, are no longer in effect in the described area. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 7 th day of 



June, 1979. 




EDMUND G. BROWN JR. 
GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



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PROCLAMATION 



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I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, 
having proclaimed that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons 
and property prevailed in that portion of Scin Bernardino County as described 
in my proclamation of a State of Emergency signed on the 8th day of May, 
1979, do now find, at the request of the Board of Supervisors, it is necessar]j 
to cunend the May 8, 1979 proclamation of a State of Emergency to exclude 
that portion of the County of San Bernardino generally known as the Big Bear 
area where the State of Emergency no longer exists. 

The new description of that area of Scin Bernardino County where 
conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property yet 
prevail is that portion of the County of San Bernardino bounded on the north 
and east by a line beginning at the intersection of the boundary line 
between San Bernardino and Los Angeles Counties and the north line of Town- 
ship 3 North, Range 7 West, SBB & M; thence east along the northern boundeiry 
of the San Bernardino National Forest to the range line between Ranges 1 and 
2 West; thence south to the township line between Townships 1 amd 2 North; 
thence east to the San Bernardino National Forest boundary; thence southerly 
and westerly along the San Bernardino National Forest boundary line to the 
intersection of the San Bernardino- Riverside County line. 

Also to be excluded is a corridor of land consisting of that 
portion of Interstate Highways I-15E and 1-15 and land lying within one-half 
mile of either side thereof beginning at a point on I-15E one-half mile 
southeasterly of the intersection of I-15E and Main Street, Devore, thence 
generally in a northerly direction following I-15E and 1-15 to the north 
boundary of the San Bernardino National Forest. 

Now, therefore, I proclaim that a State of Emergency no longer 
exists, effective immediately, in the area generally known as the Big Bear 
area emd in the corridor described above, and therefore the regulations 
for California's Gasoline Emergency filed with the Secretary of State on 
May 23, 1979, are no longer effective in these excluded areas. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand smd caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 7th day of 
June, 1979. 




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REGULATIONS 



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FOR CALIFORNIA'S 
(Revised June 7, 



GASOLINE 
1979) 



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In light of counties now proclaimed to be in a "State of 
Emergency" and pursuant to the authority vested in me to 
promulgate, issue and enforce rules, regulations and orders, 
I deem the following amended and revised rules and regula- 
tions necessary for the protection of life and property: 



1. 



3. 



4. 



At the retail level, gasoline may be dispensed into 
vehicles with a license plate whose last (or only) 
digit is an odd number (1, 3, 5, 7 and 9) only on 
odd numbered days of the month, that is, on the 
first, third, fifth, seventh and so on. Environ- 
mental license plates that contain letters only 
will be equivalent to the digit 1. Examples of 
odd number plates are as follows: 

SAM 123 
123 SAM 

MARTHA 
KAM 2345 

12345J 

J12345 

At the retail level, gasoline may be dispensed into 
vehicles with a license plate whose last (or only) 
digit is an even number (0, 2, 4, 6 and 8) only 
on even numbered days of the month, that is, on 
the second, fourth, sixth, eighth, tenth and so 
on. Vehicles without permanent registration, such 
as newly purchased vehicles, shall be considered as 
even number. Examples of even number plates are as 
follows: 

SAM 132 

132 SAM 

DAVE 2 

2 MARY 

KMA 3456 

01234J 

J01234 

W6ABC 

For any calendar month in which there are 31 days, 
gasoline may be dispensed on the thirty-first 
day of the month without regard to the license 
plates of the motor vehicle. 

Gasoline may not be dispensed into any vehicle 
that has more than one-half tankful of gasoline. 
When requested by the gasoline retailer, his 
employee, or any peace officer, the vehicle 
operator shall permit inspection of the fuel 
gauge with the ignition key in the "on" position. 
No other minimum purchase requirements shall be 
imposed bjf any gasoline retailer. 

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5. 




No more than 20 gallons of gasoline shall be 
dispensed to any customer in any single trans- 
action. No other maximum limit on purchases shall 
be imposed by any gasoline retailer. 

This rule shall not apply to: 

(a) Any carwash for which a statement has been 
filed pursuant to Rule 19; 

(b) The dispensing of gasoline into trucks which 
either (1) have a California Public Utilities 
Commission permit or certificate, (2) are 
hauling agricultural products, or (3) in the 
judgment of the gasoline retailer, are other- 
wise engaged in hauling for a commercial 
purpose; 

(c) The dispensing of gasoline into an industrial 
sized drum used for an identifiable commercial 
purpose such as fueling construction and farm 
equipment and fueling electrical generators. 
Evidence of a commercial purpose as demonstrated 
by possession of a business license or similar 
license. 

When dispensing gasoline to the general public, 
gasoline retailers shall not refuse to sell gaso- 
line to anyone, on appropriate odd or even days, 
except to refuse to sell gasoline to vehicles with 
more than one-half of a tankful of fuel. Gasoline 
retailers shall not require the purchase of special 
goods and services, including, but not limited to, 
car washes, tires, or car lubrication, as a condi- 
tion to the dispensing of gasoline. In addition, 
except as otherwise provided in Rules 10b, 11 and 12, 
retailers shall not dispense gasoline on a prefer- 
ential basis such as an appointment system. 

(a) Each gasoline retailer shall clearly post by 
signs legible from off the premises the days 
and hours gasoline will be dispensed to the 
general public, including, but not limited to. 



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which weekend day and time they will be open. 
The gasoline retailer shall dispense gasoline 
during the days and hours posted on the sign. 

(b) Each gasoline retailer shall open at the hour 
posted pursuant to rule 7(a) on each Saturday 
of the month i£ his gasoline motor fuel pump 
location number is odd, or on each Sunday of 
the month if his gasoline motor fuel pump loca- 
tion number is even, and shall dispense gasoline 
to the public until he has sold at least one- 
sixth of his weekly gasoline allocation. 

COMMENT: 

The purpose of this rule is to ensure that 
the opening of large stations on weekends 
is evenly distributed between Saturday and 
Sunday. 

The California Division of Weights & Measures 
licenses each gasoline fuel pump in California. 
As part of the licensing process, they issue 
one location number to each service station. 
This number appears in the lower right corner 
of the fuel pump license, which is usually 
posted in the service station office. 

(c) Rule 7(b) shall not apply to any gasoline retailer 
who: 

(1) is out of gasoline because of late 
delivery; 

(2) as a normal business practice prior to 
February 1, 1979 remained closed on 
Saturday and Sunday; or 



(d) 



(e) 



(3) 



had a gasoline sales volume of less than 
750,000 gallons in 1978. 



A retailer with an odd gasoline motor fuel pump 
location number may, for bonafide religious 
reasons, open on Sunday instead of Saturday, and 
a retailer with an even gasoline motor fuel pump 
location number may, for bonafide religious 
reasons, open on Saturday instead of Sunday. 

In order to claim an exemption from all or part 
of Rule 7(b), because of either normal business 
practice or bonafide religious reasons, any 
retailer shall first file with the Chairraan of the 
California Energy Commission a statement, under 
penalty of perjury, setting forth the basis for 
the exemption. 



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8 Each gasoline retailer shall prominently display 
a full and complete copy of these rules in an 
accessible location. In addition, each ga^ol ne 
retailer shall post at each self-service station 
1 s?gn that is Ladily legible from all Pumps stat- 
ing that it is unlawful to d^spe"=\9?^°i^"^f 'f ° 
an? vehicle that has more than one-half tankful 
of gasoline or to dispense more than 20 gallons 
of gasoline in any single transaction. 

9 Each gasoline retailer shall manage his monthly 
fuel Allocation so that it will last through the 
month and to ensure that ^t least one-sixth of the 
weekly supply is available for sale on weekends. 

COMMENT: 

The purposes of this rule are to ensure that 
gasoline stations are open throughout the month 
and that stations have adequate supply to open 
on at least one day of the weekend. If this 
rule is followed, most stations should be open 
on either Saturday or Sunday. 

10a. Each gasoline retailer shall clearly indicate his 
gasoline supply and service situation by a flag 
of at least 18 inches square easily visible from 
off the premises. The following will apply: 



Green flag--gaso 
(on appropriate 
yellow flag--gas 
oily and automob 
public; red flag 
In addition, if 
gasoline, but is 
line to the gene 
indicate on a si 
which grades are 



line available for 
days for appropri 
oline available fo 
ile servicing avai 
— out of gasoline 
a retailer is out 

otherwise still d 
ral public, the re 
gn legible from of 

not available. 



the general public 
ate license plates); 
r emergency vehicles 
lable to the general 
and/or closed, 
of any grade of 
ispensing gaso- 
tailer shall 
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10b. 



A gasoline 
the yellow 
being open 
was establi 
1979. Any 
commercial 
first file 
under penal 
to be so se 



retailer may di 
flag to a comme 
to the general 
shed with that 
gasoline retail 
accounts under 
with the Energy 
ty of perjury 1 
rved. 



spense gasoline under 
rcial account without 
public if tnat account 
retailer prior to May 1, 
er proposing to serve 
the yellow flag shall 
Commission a statement 
isting each such account 



11. 



The following vehicles are exempt from sections 
1 and 2 of these orders: 



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a) Public transportation vehicles regularly used 
to transport passengers such as buses, taxis 
and vehicles rented for less than 30 days. 

b) Vehicles used for commercial purposes in the 
judgment of the gasoline retailer, (See addi- 
tional guidance, Attachment A) 

c) U.S. Postal Service Vehicles. 

d) Vehicles operated by handicapped persons, who 
have no practical alternative to auto trans- 
portation, as designated by the following 
licenses plate letters: 



DPWOOO 
OOODPW 
OOORDP 
IDPAOOO 
VETOOO 
VTNOOO 
VTROOO 
OOOVET 

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through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 



DPZ999 

OOODPZ 

999ZDP 

1DPZ999 

VET999 

VTN999 

VTR999 

999VET 

999VTN 

999VTR 



Any vehicle displaying a disabled person placard 
issued by the California Department of Motor 
Vehicles. 

e) Vehicles with out-of-state license plates. 

f) Vehicles operated by persons whose residence 
addresses as shown on their drivers licenses 
are more than 100 miles distance from the place 
of gasoline purchase. This exemption shall 
only apply to the dispensing of gasoline in 
Monterey County. 

g) Vehicles transporting patients who present a 
Los Angeles or Orange County physician's signed 
exemption statement to the gasoline retailer. 
This exemption shall only apply until August' 
10, 1979. 



12. 



Operators of the above exempt vehicles are urged 
to purchase gasoline only on appropriate alterna 
days whenever possible. 

The following vehicles are exempt from the provi- 
sions of these orders: 



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a) Emergency vehicles as defined in Section 165 
of the California Vehicle Code (See attachment 
B). 



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13. 



14. 



15. 



16. 



b) Other emergency repair and service vehicles, 
whether public or private, used for functions 
directly related to the protection of life, 
property or public health. 

c. Vehicles operated in an unusual emergency situ- 
ation in the judgment of the gasoline retailer. 

d. Motorcycles, mopeds, and similar two-wheel 
vehicles. 

At the retail level, no more than two gallons of 
gasoline may be dispensed into a separate container, 
and no more than one separate container may be used 
in a single transaction. 

This rule shall not apply to containers used for 
a commercial purpose such as containers used to 
fuel commercial landscaping and gardening equipment, 
construction equipment, or electrical generators. 

COMMENT: 

Storage of gasoline in separate containers in 
the trunk of automobiles is an extremely dan- 
gerous practice. 

Unless otherwise specified, the provisions of these 
regulations, including, but not limited to. Rules 
(1), (2), (4), (5), and (6), apply to a vehicle 
operator, an employee of a gasoline retailer, and 
a gasoline retailer. A violation of these regula- 
tions may result in a criminal charge against each 
of these persons. The term "gasoline retailer" 
as used in these regulations includes every person, 
firm, partnership, association, trustee or corpora- 
tion, owning, leasing, renting, managing or operating 
a gasoline service station or other facility offer- 
ing for sale, selling or otherwise dispensing gasoline 
to the general public. 

Pursuant to the authority of Section 8665 of the 
Government Code, any willful violation of these 
orders or regulations is a misdemeanor and upon 
conviction, shall be punishable by a fine of not 
to exceed five hundred dollars ($500) or by impri- 
sonment not to exceed six months or by both such 
fine and imprisonment. 

Local authorities shall have the responsibility 
for monitoring and enforcing these regulations. 
Any violation should be reported to local law 
enforcement officials. 



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ATTACHMENT A 



ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE 



Retailers shall use these guidelines in determining 
whether a vehicle is used for commercial purposes. 

A. Vehicles which by their design, size, or recog- 
nizable company identification are obviously being 
used for commercial purposes. 

B. Vehicles which are owned and operated as part of 
a company vehicle fleet as may be determined by 
company marking or the vehicle's registration. 

C. Individually owned vehicles used for commercial 
purposes, as evidenced by the presence of special- 
ized equipment, instruments, tools of the trade or 
profession, supplies or other material which cannot 
be readily carried by the vehicle operator on pub- 
lic transportation, or any other evidence that it 
is necessary to use the vehicle for commercial 
purposes. 



Doctors and Nurses ; No blan 
doctors and nurses. However 
vehicles for professional pu 
calls) their vehicles should 
being used for commercial pu 
their vehicles for emergency 



sidered emergency vehicle's 
expected to do tne same plan 
vehicles for private use as 
extreme emergency situations 
ambulances, or the local law 



ket exemption is made for 
, when they are using their 
r poses (such as special 

be considered as those 
rposes and when using 

calls they should be con- 

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Physicians and nurses are 
ning in fueling their 
are other citizens. In 
they can call upon taxis, 

enforcement agency. 



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SECTION 165, DIVISION 1., STATE VEHICLE CODE 



ATTACHMENT B 



165. An authorized emergency vehicle is: 

(a) Any publicly owned ambulance, lifeguard or life- 
saving equipment or any privately owned ambulance used to 
respond to emergency calls and operated under a license 
issued by the Commissioner of the California Highway 
Patrol. 

(b) Any publicly owned vehicle operated by the follow- 
ing persons, agencies or organizations: 

(1) Any forestry or fire department of any 
public agency or fire department organized as provided 
in the Health and Safety Code. 

(2) Any police department, including those 

of the University of California and the California State 
University and Colleges, sheriffs department, or the 
California Highway Patrol or the California State Police 
Division. 

(3) The district attorney of any county or 
any district attorney investigator. 

(4) Any constable or deputy constable engaged 
in law enforcement work. 

(5) Peace officer personnel of the Department 
of Justice. 

(6) Peace officer personnel of the state park 
system appointed pursuant to Section 5008 of the Public 
Resources Code. 

(7) Peace officer personnel employed and com- 
pensated as members of a security patrol of a school 
district while carrying out the duties of their employment. 

(8) Peace officer personnel of the Department 
of Corrections designated in subdivision (b) of Section 
830.5 of, and in Section 830.5a of, the Penal Code. 

(9) Housing authority patrol officers designated 
in paragraph (17) of subdivision (a) of Section 830.4 

of the Penal Code. 

(c) Any vehicle owned by the state, or any bridge 
and highway district, and equipped and used either for 
fighting fires, or towing or servicing other vehicles, 
caring for injured persons, or repairing damaged light- 
ing or electrical equipment. 

(d) Any State-owned vehicle used in responding to 
emergency fire, rescue or communications calls and oper- 
ated either by the Office of Emergency Services or by 
any public agency or industrial fire department to which 
the Office of Emergency Services has assigned such 
vehicle. 

(e) Any state-owned vehicle operated by a fish and 
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(f) Any vehicle owned or operated by any department 
or agency of the United States government: 

(1) When such department or agency is engaged 
primarily in law enforcement work and the vehicle is 
used in responding to emergency calls, or 

(2) When such vehicle is used in responding 
to emergency fire, ambulance or lifesaving calls. 

(g) Any vehicle for which an authorized emergency 
vehicle permit has been issued by the Commissioner of 
the California Highway Patrol. 



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17. 



18. 



19. 



Any County Board of Supervisors may submit proposed 
clarifications of these rules to the Chairperson 
of the California Energy Commission. Such clari- 
fications shall take effect upon the concurrence 
of the Energy Commission Chairperson. No changes 
to these rules shall occur unless submitted to the 
Energy Commission Chairperson and adopted by a 
written order of the Governor, 

Rule #10 shall not take effect until seven (7) days 
after the date of proclamation of emergency ^o^ 
that county. Rule #8 shall not take effect until 
May 30, 1979. 



Notwithstanding any 
ulations or other s 
(2), and (5) shall 
gasoline into a veh 
as part of the tran 
primary purpose as 
service. This rule 
nesses which file w 
ment under penalty 
purpose as of May 1 
and not the sale of 



of the provisions of these reg- 
tate or local law, Rules (1), 
not apply to any person dispensing 
icle that receives a carwash 
saction from a business whose 
of May 1, 1979, is offering that 

shall apply only to these busi- 
ith the Energy Commission a state- 
of perjury that their primary 
, 1979, was providing carwashes 

gasoline. 



20. 



If a retailer orders gasoline in accordance with 
his monthly allocation and his supplier cannot 
deliver that gasoline within forty-eight hours of 
the time the order is placed, the supplier shall 
immediately notify the retailer. The notification 
shall include a firm delivery time for the gasoline 
and shall set forth the reasons for the delay. 

These rules amend and revise Regulations f°"^ California' s 
Gasoline Emergency implemented on May 8, 9, 11, 15, and 23, 1973 



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WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 7th 
day of 



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ElMUND C BROWN JR. 
Governor of California 



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I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR. 
proclaim as follows: 



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PROCLAMATION ' 

AMENDING 
STATE OF EMERGENCY 



Governor of the State of California, 



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That the conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property prevailed at the time of a previous proclamation of May 18, 1979, 
as pertains to all that portion of the County of Riverside lying westerly 
of the westerly line of the following Townships and Ranges: Township 2 
South, Range 12 East; Township 3 South, Range 12 East; Township 4 South, 
Range 12 East; Township 5 South, Range 12 East; and Township 6 South, 
Range 12 East; thence west along the southerly line of Township 6 South, 
Range 11 East; Township 6 South, Range 10 East; Township 6 South, Range 9 
East; Township 6 South, Range 8 East, until arriving at the southwest 
corner of Township 6 South, Range 7 East; thence in a southerly direction 
along the westerly line of Township 7 South, Range 7 East; Township 8 South, 
Range 7 East, to the San Diego County border, SBB s M; and 

That it was proclaimed that a State of Emergency existed in the 
described area. 

I now find, at the request of the Board of Supervisors, it is 
necessary to amend the May 18, 1979 Proclamation of a State of Emergency to 
realign the boundary to now be that portion of Riverside County lying 
westerly of the west line of the following Townships and Ranges: Township 
2 South, Range 3 East; Township 3 South, Range 3 East; Township 4 South, 
Range 3 East; Township 5 South, Range 2 East; Township 6 South, Range 2 
East; Township 7 South, Range 2 East; and Township 8 South, Range 1 East; 
SBB & M. 

I hereby incorporate, by reference, the regulations pertaining to 
the California Gasoline Emergency filed with the Secretary of State on the 
7th day of June, 1979, and all subsequent amendments thereto and issue 
these regulations pursuant to Section 8567 of the California Government 
Code. These regulations shall apply to the amended area of Riverside 
County in which a State of Emergency exists. 

I direct this program shall begin at 0001 hours, June 23, 1979, 
in the amended area of Riverside County. 

I direct that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 



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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set ^ J^--\l^l^l^l\'^ ^^" 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affxxed th.s 22 day of 
June, 1979. 




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EDMUND G. BROWN JR. 
GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



ATTEST : 



Secretary of State 




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EXECUTIVE , ORDER B-56-79 



WHEREAS, Chapter 1252 of the Statutes of 1977 
provides that effective July 1, 1979 the Department of 
Corrections and Department of Youth Authority are no 
longer located within the Health and Welfare Agency; 
and 

WHEREAS, a reorganization plan for administrative 
placement of these departments is not completed; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G, Brovm Jr., Governor 
of the State of California, by virtue of the power and 
authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes 
of the State of California, do hereby issue this order 
to become effective immediately: 

Until such time as a reorganization plan 
regarding administrative location of the 
Departments of Corrections and the Youth 
Authority is duly adopted, said departments 
shall, on an interim basis, continue to 
report to the Governor through the Secretary 
of the Health and Welfare Agency. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 2nd 
day of July, nineteen 
hundred and seventy-nine. 




^jiUfr^ 



Governor 



ATTEST : 

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Secretcury of State 



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PROCLAMATION 
AMENDING 



STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, 
proclaim as follows: 

That conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property prevailed in that portion of the County of San Bernardino as 
previously described in my Proclamation of June 7, 1979; 

That it was proclaimed that a State of Emergency existed in the 
described area. 

I now find, at the request of the Board of Supervisors, it is 
necessary to amend the June 7, 1979 Proclamation to exclude that portion 
which lies within the boundaries of the San Bernardino National Forest 
and westerly of Interstate Highway 1-15. 

I hereby incorporate, by reference, the regulations pertaining to 
the California Gasoline Emergency filed with the Secretary of State on the 
8th day of June, 1979, and all subsequent amendments thereto and issue 
these regulations pursuant to Section 8567 of the California Government 
Code. These regulations shall apply to the amended area of Sem Bernardino 
County in which a State of Emergency exists. 

13 , 1979, 



I direct this program shall begin at 0001 hours, July 
in the aunended area of San Bernardino County. 

I direct that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 13 day of 
July, 1979. '*" 



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EDMfND G. BROWN JR. 
GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



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REGULATIONS FOR CALIFORNIA'S GASOLINE EMERGENCY 
(Revised July 9, 1979) 

In light of counties now proclaimed to be in a "State of 
Emergency" and pursuant to the authority vested in me to 
promulgate, issue and enforce rules, regulations and orders, 
I deem the following amended and revised rules and regula- 
tions necessary for the protection of life and property: 

1. At the retail level, gasoline may be dispensed into 
vehicles with a license plate whose last (or only) 
digit is an odd number (1, 3, 5, 7 and 9) only on 
odd numbered days of the month, that is, on the 
first, third, fifth, seventh and so on. Environ- 
mental license plates that contain letters only 
will be equivalent to the digit 1. Examples of 
odd number plates are as follows: 

SAM 123 

123 SAM 

MARTHA 

KAM 2345 

12345J 

J12345 

2. At the retail level, gasoline may be dispensed into 
vehicles with a license plate whose last (or only) 
digit is an even number (0, 2, 4, 6 and 8) only 

on even numbered days of the month, that is, on 
the second, fourth, sixth, eighth, tenth and so 
on. Vehicles without permanent registration, such 
as newly purchased vehicles, shall be considered as 
even number. Examples of even number plates are as 
follows: 

SAM 132 

132 SAM 

DAVE 2 

2 MARY 

KMA 3456 

01234J 

J01234 

W6ABC 

3. For any calendar month in which there are 31 days, 
gasoline may be dispensed on the thirty-first 

day of the month without regard to the license 
plates of the motor vehicle. 

4. Gasoline may not be dispensed into any vehicle 
that has more than one-half tankful of gasoline. 
When requested by the gasoline retailer, his 
employee, or any peace officer, the vehicle 
operator shall permit inspection of the fuel 
gauge with the ignition key in the "on" position. 
No other minimum purchase requirements shall be 
imposed by any gasoline retailer. 



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No more than 20 gallons of gasoline shall be 
dispensed to any customer in any single trans- 
action. No other maximum limit on purchases shall 
be imposed by any gasoline retailer. 

This rule shall not apply to: 

(a) Any carwash for which a statement has been 
filed pursuant to Rule 19; 

(b) The dispensing of gasoline into trucks which 
either (1) have a California Public Utilities 
Commission permit or certificate, (2) are 
hauling agricultural products, or (3) in the 
judgment of the gasoline retailer, are other- 
wise engaged in hauling for a commercial 
purpose; 

(c) The dispensing of gasoline into an industrial 
sized drum used for an identifiable commercial 
purpose such as fueling construction and farm 
equipment and fueling electrical generators. 
Evidence of a commercial purpose as demonstrated 
by possession of a business license or similar 
license. 

(d) The dispensing of gasoline into buses, vanpools, 
or similar public transportation vehicles . 

When dispensing gasoline to the general public, 
gasoline retailers shall not refuse to sell gaso- 
line to anyone, on appropriate odd or even days, 
except to refuse to sell gasoline to vehicles with 
more than one-half of a tankful of fuel. Gasoline 
retailers shall not require the purchase of special 
goods and services, including, but not limited to, 
car washes, tires, or car lubrication, as a condi- 
tion to the dispensing of gasoline. In addition, 
except as otherwise provided in Rules 10b, 11 and 12, 
retailers shall not dispense gasoline on a prefer- 
ential basis such as an appointment system. 

(a) Each gasoline retailer shall clearly post by 
signs legible from off the premises the days 
and hours gasoline will be dispensed to the 
general public, including, but not limited to. 



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which weekend day and time they will be open. 
The gasoline retailer shall dispense gasoline 
during the days and hours posted on the sign. 

(b) Each gasoline retailer shall open at the hour 
posted pursuant to rule 7(a) on each Saturday 
of the month if his gasoline motor fuel pump 
location number is odd, or on each Sunday of 
the month if his gasoline motor fuel pump loca- 
tion number is even, and shall dispense gasoline 
to the public until he has sold at least one- 
sixth of his weekly gasoline allocation. 

COMMENT: 

The purpose of this rule is to ensure that 
the opening of large stations on weekends 
is evenly distributed between Saturday and 
Sunday. 

The Californio Division of Weights & Measures 
licenses each gasoline fuel pump in California. 
As part of the licensing process, they issue 
one location number to each service station. 
This number appears in the lower right corner 
of the fuel pump license, which is usually 
posted in the service station office. 

(c) Rule 7(b) shall not apply to any gasoline retailer 
who: 

(1) is out of gasoline because of late 
delivery; 

(2) as a normal business practice prior to 
February 1, 1979 remained closed on 
Saturday and Sunday; or 

(3) had a gasoline sales volume of less than 
750,000 gallons in 1978. 

(d) A retailer with an odd gasoline motor fuel pump 
location number may, for bonafide religious 
reasons, open on Sunday instead of Saturday, and 
a retailer with an even gasoline motor fuel pump 
location number may, for bonafide religious 
reasons, open on Saturday instead of Sunday. 

(e) In order to claim an exemption from all or part 
of Rule 7(b), because of either normal business 
practice or bonafide religious reasons, any 
retailer shall first file with the Chairman of the 
California Energy Commission a statement, under 
penalty of perjury, setting forth the basis for 
the exemption. 



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8. Each gasoline retailer shall prominently display 
a full and complete copy of these rules in an 
accessible location. In addition, each gasoline 
retailer shall post at each self-service station 

a sign that is readily legible from all pumps stat- 
ing that it is unlawful to dispense gasoline into 
any vehicle that has more than one-half tankful 
of gasoline or to dispense more than 20 gallons 
of gasoline in any single transaction. 

9. Each gasoline retailer shall manage his monthly 
fuel allocation so that it will last through the 
month and to ensure that at least one-sixth of the 
weekly supply is available for sale on weekends. 

COMMENT: 

The purposes of this rule are to ensure that 
gasoline stations are open throughout the month 
and that stations have adequate supply to open 
on at least one day of the weekend. If this 
rule is followed, most stations should be open 
on either Saturday or Sunday. 

10a. Each gasoline letailer shall clearly indicate his 
gasoline supply and service situation by a flag 
of at least 18 inches square easily visible from 
off the premises. The following will apply: 

Green flag — gasoline available for the general public 
(on appropriate days for appropriate license plates); 
yellow flag — gasoline available for emergency vehicles 
only and automobile servicing available to the general 
public; red flag — out of gasoline and/or closed. 
In addition, if a retailer is out of any grade of 
gasoline, but is otherwise still dispensing gaso- 
line to the general public, the retailer shall 
indicate on a sign legible from off the premises 
which grades are not available. 

10b. A gasoline retailer may dispense gasoline under 
the yellow flag to a commercial account without 
being open to the general public if that account 
was established with that retailer prior to May 1, 
1979. Any gasoline retailer proposing to serve 
commercial accounts under the yellow flag shall 
first file with the Energy Commission a statement 
under penalty of perjury listing each such account 
to be so served. 

11. The following vehicles are exempt from sections 
1 and 2 of these orders: 



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a) Public transportation vehicles regularly used 
to transport passengers such as buses, taxis 
and vehicles rented for less than 30 days. 

b) Vehicles used for commercial purposes in the 
judgment of the gasoline retailer. (See addi- 
tional guidance. Attachment A) 



c) 
d) 



U.S. Postal Service Vehicles. 

Vehicles operated by handicapped persons, who 
have no practical alternative to auto trans- 
portation, as designated by the following 
licenses plate letters: 



DPWOOO 
OOODPW 
OOORDP 
IDPAOOO 
VETO 00 
VTNOOO 
VTROOO 
000 VET 
OOOVTN 
OOOVTR 
DPROOO 
RDPOOO 
OOODPR 



through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 



DPZ999 

OOODPZ 

999ZDP 

1DPZ999 

VET999 

VTN999 

VTR999 

999VET 

999VTN 

999VTR 

DPV999 

ZDP999 

999DPV 



Any vehicle displaying a disabled person placard 
issued by the California Department of Motor 
Vehicles. 

e) Vehicles with out-of-state license plates. 

f) Vehicles operated by persons whose residence 
addresses as shown on their drivers licenses 
are more than 100 miles distance from the place 
of gasoline purchase. This exemption shall 
only apply to the dispensing of gasoline in 
Monterey County. 

g) Vehicles transporting patients who present a 
Los Angeles or Orange County physician's signed 
exemption statement to the gasoline retailer. 
This exemption shall only apply until August 
10, 1979. 

Operators of the above exempt vehicles are urged 
to purchase gasoline only on appropriate alternate 
days whenever possible. 

12. The following vehicles are exempt from the provi- 
sions of these orders: 

a) Emergency vehicles as defined in Section 165 

of the California Vehicle Code (See attachment B) 



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b) other emergency repair and service vehicles 
whether public or private, used for fuicJlons 

directly related to the protection of life 
property or public health. ' 

c. Vehicles operated in an unusual emergency situ- 
ation in the judgment of the gasoline retaUe?. 

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COMMENT: 

n^^o retailer. A violation of these rpaul;,- 

tS'theM°^?^l=^J^;j|.°' otherwise dispensing „solI„e 

n c.t „ lS^L'-e-pi=ls\^i!f Er2-l„^ro?^L 
to exceed five hundred dollars fSsom rir k • . 
sonment not to exceed c,?v m^^f k ' [ ^"^ ^^ impri- 
fine and imprison^. ' '"°"'''' °'= ^^ ^^^^^ ^"^^ 

KrLn"^*'°'''''^^ ^^^^1 ^^^^ the responsibility 
for monitoring and enforcing these rMul^Mrine 
Any violation should be reportef ?o ^Sflar* 
enforcement officials. -Locai law 



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17 Any County Board of Supervisors may submit proposed 
* clarifications of these rules to the Chairperson 
of the California Energy Commission. Such clan 
fications shall take effect upon the concurrence 
of the Energy Commission Chairperson. No changes 
to these rules shall occur unless submitted to the 
Energy Commission Chairperson and adopted by a 
written order of the Governor. 



18, 



19. 



20. 




Rule #10 shall not take effect until seven (7) days 
after the date of proclamation of emergency for 
that county. Rule #8 shall not take effect until 
May 30, 1979. 

Notwithstanding any of the provisions of these reg- 
ulations or other state or local law, Rules (1) , 
(2), and (5) shall not apply to any person dispensing 
gasoline into a vehicle that receives a carwash 
as part of the transaction from a business whose 
primary purpose as of May 1, 1979, is offering that 
service. This rule shall apply only to these busi- 
nesses which file with the Energy Commission a state- 
ment under penalty of perjury that their primary 
purpose as of May 1, 1979, was providing carwashes 
and not the sale of gasoline. 

If a retailer orders gasoline in accordance with 
his monthly allocation and his supplier cannot 
deliver that gasoline within forty-eight hours of 
the time the order is placed, the supplier shall 
immediately notify the retailer. The notification 
shall include a firm delivery time for the gasoline 
and shall set forth the reasons for the delay. 

These rules amend and revise Regulations for California's 
Gasoline Emergency implemented on May 8, 9, 11, 15, 23, ana 
June 7, 1979^. ^_ 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the StaAe of California 
to^ 




EDMUND G. BROWN JR. 
Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



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Secretary of stat^ 

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Depuyy Secretary m State , 



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ATTACHMENT A 



ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE 



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Retailers shall use these guidelines in determining 
whether a vehicle is used for commercial purposes. 

A. Vehicles which by their design, size, or recog- 
nizable company identification are obviously being 
used for commercial purposes. 

B. Vehicles which are owned and operated as part of 
a company vehicle fleet as may be determined by 
company marking or the vehicle's registration. 

C Individually owned vehicles used for commercial 

purposes, as evidenced by the presence of special- 
ized equipment, instruments, tools of the trade or 
profession, supplies or other material which cannot 
be readily carried by the vehicle operator on pub- 
lic transportation, or any other evidence that it 
is necessary to use the vehicle for commercial 
purposes. 

Doctor s and Nurses : No blanket exemption is made for 
doctors and nurses. However, when they are using their 
vehicles for professional purposes (such as special 
calls) their vehicles should be considered as those 
being used for commercial purposes and whe n usi"g 
their vehicles for emergency calls they sh ould be con- 
sidered emergency vehicles . Physicians and nurses are 
expected to do the same planning in fueling their 
vehicles for private use as are other citizens. In 
extreme emergency situations, they can call upon taxis, 
ambulances, or the local law enforcement agency. 



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SECTION 165, DIVISION 1, 



ATTACHMENT B 



STATE VEHICLE CODE 



165. An authorized emergency vehicle is: 

(a) Any publicly owned ambulance, lifeguard or life- 
saving equipment or any privately owned ambulance used to 
respond to emergency calls and operated under a license 
issued by the Commissioner of the California Highway 
Patrol. 

(b) Any publicly owned vehicle operated by the follow- 
ing persons, agencies or organizations: 

(1) Any forestry or fire department of any 
public agency or fire department organized as provided 
in the Health and Safety Code. 

(2) Any police department, including those 

of the University of California and the California State 
University and Colleges, sheriff's department, or the 
California Highway Patrol or the California State Police 
Division. 

(3) The district attorney of any county or 
any district attorney investigator. 

(4) Any constable or deputy constable engaged 
in law enforcement work. 

(5) Peace officer personnel of the Department 
of Justice. 

(6) Peace officer personnel of the state park 
system appointed pursuant to Section 5008 of the Public 
Resources Code. 

(7) Peace officer personnel employed and com- 
pensated as members of a security patrol of a school 
district while carrying out the duties of their employment. 

(8) Peace officer personnel of the Department 
of Corrections designated in subdivision (b) of Section 
830.5 of, and in Section 830.5a of, the Penal Code. 

(9) Housing authority patrol officers designated 
in paragraph (17) of subdivision (a) of Section 830.4 

of the Penal Code. 

(c) Any vehicle owned by the state, or any bridge 
and highway district, and equipped and used either for 
fighting fires, or towing or servicing other vehicles, 
caring for injured persons, or repairing damaged light- 
ing or electrical equipment. 

(d) Any state-owned vehicle used in responding to 
emergency fire, rescue or communications calls and oper- 
ated either by the Office of Emergency Services or by 
any public agency or industrial fire department to which 
the Office of Emergency Services has assigned such 
vehicle. 

(e) Any state-owned vehicle operated by a fish and 
geune Warden. 



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(f) Any vehicle owned or operated by any department 
or agency of the United States government: 

(1) When such department or agency is engaged 
primarily in law enforcement work and the vehicle is 
used in responding to emergency calls, or 

(2) When such vehicle is used in responding 
to emergency fire, ambulance or lifesaving calls. 

(g) Any vehicle for which an authorized emergency 
vehicle permit has been issued by the Commissioner of 
the California Highway Patrol. 



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PROCLAMATION 

AMENDING 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, EDMUND G. 

proclaim as follows: 



BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, 



That conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property prevailed in Monterey County at the time of my previous proclama- 
ti<w» of May 11, 1979; 

That it was proclaimed that a State of Emergency existed in the 
described area. 

At the request of the Board of Supervisors on June 7, 1979, I 
amended the May 11, 1979 Proclamation to exclude that portion of Monterey 
County lying south of a lino extending from the intersection of Camphora 
Road and Silliman Road due east to the Monterey-San Benito County line, 
and east of a line extending due south fron that same intersection to the 
Pacific Ocean: 

I now find, at the request of the Board of Supervisors, it is 
necessary to further amend the May 11, 1979 Proclamation of State of 
^lergency to exclude that portion of Monterey County five miles on either 
side of Highway 101 extending front the intersection of Silliman Road and 
Camphora Road to the intersection of Chualar Road and Highway 101. 

I hereby incorporate, by reference, the regulations pertaining to 
the California Gasoline Emergency filed with the Secretary of State on the 
8th day of June, 1979, and all subsequent amendments thereto and issue 
these regulations pursuant to Section 8567 of the Jalifornia Government 
Code. These regulations shall apply to the amended area of Monterey County 
in «rhich a State of Elmergcncy exists. 



I direct this program shall begin at 0001 hours, July 
in the amended area of Monterey County. 



13 



1979, 



I direct that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I ha.ve hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this \2 day of 

July, 1979. '• 




BROWN JR. 
GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



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PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, having 
found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and prope. Ly 
exist within the County of Riverside, State of California, beginning on or 
about July 19, 1979, as a result of severe flooding due to excessive rain, 
and other conditions which, by reason of their magnitude, are beyond the 
control of the services, personnel, equipment and facilities of said County, 
and having been requested by the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors I 
proclaim a State of Qnergency in the County of Riverside. 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 



Done at the City of 
of July, 1979. 






Sacramento 



this 26 th day 



GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA * 



ATTEST 



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/^l'G141979 

MMICHMNfi Qi, *9ctttan of P3t: I 



SP ECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of 
^nJ^^K^t^' ?o^^"!"* ^° Section 2651 of the Elections Code, 
and ord^r^^h^' °' ^^ Statutes of 1979, hereby proclaim 
sixtS dav n5 M ^ sP^c^^l statewide election be held on the 
sixth day of November, 1979, to submit to the qualified 
constitSti^^""'^°' California the following legis!ative 
^enS^nt: ^"^^^dments , and initiative constitutional 

orPnlJJ"J°'^ \:- ?,^"°°^ ASSIGNMENT AND TRANSPORTATION 
OF PUPILS — LEGISLATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. 

PROPOSITION 2 — LOAN INTEREST RATES — LEGISLATIVE 
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. LEGISLATIVi!, 

EX?MS??nM°'' \;; PROPERTY TAXATION - VETERANS' 
EXEMPTION — LEGISLATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. 

n^?!2^"^°^ " "■ LIMITATION OF GOVERNMENT APPRO- 
PRIATIONS - INITIATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMEnSt. 

o., i" WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 

a??ixed Sif ?i^\'r' °5 "^^ '^"^^ °^ California tfbr 
arrixed this 14th day of August 1979. 




Governor of CalifordySV 



ATTEST : 



Secretary of State 



by. 



Doisiity Socrotary oi^/ktatr 



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i^Kcotfde ©tpartmtnt 

3tott of Califomia 






Ospoty' 



PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of Califomia, 
having found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property exist within the County of El Dorado, State of California, 
beginning on or about September 16, 1979, as a result of forest fire, and 
other conditions which, by reason of their magnitude, were beyond the 
control of the services, personnel, equipment and facilities of said County, 
and having been requested by the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of 
the county to proclaim a State of Emergency in said County, I therefore 
proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency and hereby implement the 
California Peacetime Emergency Plan in the County of El Dorado; and 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 20th day of September, 




«erEWOR OF CALIFORNIA 



ATTEST : 






Secretary of State 

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PROCLAMATION 



FILED 

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MMCH rom m. Vcrrtjfy of )bt9 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, 
having found conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property existed within the Counties of Marin, Orange and Sonoma as a result 
of a sudden and serious gasoline shortage and having been requested by the 
Chairpersons of the Board of Supervisors of said Counties, proclaimed the 
existence of a State of Emergency on May 8, 1979. 

Having now been advised by the Chairpersons of the Board of 
supervisors that the condition of extreme peril no longer exists within 
Marin, Orange, and Sonoma Counties and at the request of the Boards of 
supervisors, I therefore proclaim that the State of Qnergency within Marin, 

orange and Sonoma Counties no longer exists, effective the 22nd day 

of September, 1979. 

IN WITNESS VfflEEEOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this . ^Qth _ day of 
September, 1979. 





ATTEST : 



l/llfM68v ^ij\Ux ^ 



Secretary of Stbte 



by. 



^ 



Deputy Secrwt.uy cf Ctate 



f 



\ntmd »i! CALIFORNIA orric« op rrATm rMNTtNO 



33^1 



iJxenititje Bepartmcnt 

3tatt of Catifomia 



FILED 

In liw olTic* a* ihf Stcntary of Slot' 

-' " f 1 11 i f r i H iiiii r^ 
SEP241979 T 

MMtCH FONC EU. Secmtafv uf 31rt>> 



Deputy 



PROCLAMATION 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, 
having proclaimed that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons 
and property prevailed in that portion of San Bernardino County as described 
in my Proclamation of a State of Emergency signed on the 8th day of May, 1979 1 
as amended on the 7th day of June, 1979, do now find, at the request of the 
Board of Supervisors, it is necessary to further amend the Proclamation of 
a State of Emergency to exclude that portion of the County of San Bernardino 
lying east of Interstate Highway 15 where the State of Emergency no longer 
exists . 

The new description of that area of San Bernardino County where ttw 
Proclamation of a State of Emergency remains in effect is that portion of the 
Counti- bounded on the east by Interstate 15; on the north by the southern 
boundary of the San Bernardino National Forest; on the west by the Los 
Angeles County line; the southwest by the Orange County line; and the south 
by the Riverside County line. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 21s.t day of 



September, 1979 




GOVERNOR ' 



ATTEST : 



Secretary of State 



iRNIA OFFICE OP tTATB I 



33^2 



, FILED 

to ttM offr* of riv. SKrotary o* Jtoi. 
o( *• ShiK of ColHornta 



iSxeconot Bcpartmcnt 

^te of CaUfomia 



••*»CH FWW nj. See, 
By ^da^ 

Deputy 



PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, 
having found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons cuid 
property exist within the County of Los Angeles, State of California, 
beginning on or about September 11, 1979, as a result of major fires, and 
other conditions which, by reason of their magnitude, were beyond the 
control of the services, personnel, equipment and facilities of said County, 
and having been requested by the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of 
the County to proclaim a State of Emergency in said County, I therefore 
proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency and hereby implement the 
California PearetiiTie Emergency Plan in the County of Los Angeles; and 

I DIRBCT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 21st day of 
September, 1979. 




ATTEST : 





!/t'^'U6& 1[MA %u 



Secretary of State 



Deputy Lcor-jtu. y /opGiaLt 



cd in rALIPORNIA OFriCB OF rTATI nUKTINO 



33C>J 



i^xecotioc Bepartmcnt 

<3tatt or Calfomja 



FILED 

Ir the oAu o» *• S«f»NKy of Si 
-::«t#* Stal* cf CrtWor«to 

C:T 1-1979 

MARCH FONG EU, S«cr|pr> ol StatI 



«ARCH FONO tU. 

» IV. 



Deputy 

PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of 
California, having found that conditions of extreme peril to the 
safety of persons and property exist within the Counties of Santa 
Barbara and Ventura. State of California, beginning on or about 
Septenfcer 18, I979. as a result of major fires, and other conditions 
Which, by reason of their magnitude, were beyond the control of the 
services, personnel, equipment and facilities of said Counties, and 
having been requested by the Chairpersons of the Boards of Supervisors 
of the counties to proclaim a State of Emergency in said Counties. 
I therefore proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency and hereby 
implement the California Peacetime Emergency Plan in the Counties of 
Santa Barbara and Ventura; and 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation 
be filed in the Office of the Secretary of state. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of Californic 
of September, 1979. 



ia to be affixed this 28th day 



ATTEST : 





Secretary of State 





' TATrn ranmiia 



^J?^ 



FILED 

I' rt>» (Oct ■< <tw lun lity «l tM» 

of nM Smm V* CcHwriw 



l!xtn)tiDt Btpartment 

3citc of Cafomia 




Dcpjty 
PROCLAMATION 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, 
having found conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property existed within the Counties of Monterey and Ventura of a sudden 
and serious gasoline shortage and having been requested by the Chair- 
persons of the Boards of Supervisors of said Counties, proclaimed the 
existence of a State of Emergency to exist in Ventura County on May 8, 
1979 and in Monterey County on May 11, 1979. 

Having now been advised by the Chairpersons of the Boards of 
Supervisors that the condition of extreme peril no longer exists within 
Monterey and Ventura Counties and at the request of the Boards of Super- 
visors, I therefore proclaim that the State of Emergency within Monterey 
and Ventura Counties no longer exists, effective as follows: 
Monterey County - 0001 hours, October 1, 1979 
Ventura County - 0001 hours, September 29, 1979 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 28th day of 
September, 1979. 




GOVE 



ATTEST : 




retary of St^te ^ 



'}. 



by. 



~%^^,^^CA<.dUc 



n 



T 



CALiroRNiA orricB or itatb riuNTiNO 



33^1 



^xtcutitjc Btpartmtnt 

^tt of (Ealiromia 



FILED 

MMM KING tU, terrtMY d S'.r 



PROCLAMATION 




I. EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California. 
Ts rSLu ofl "idd^n »d ..rious ,a.oUn, .ho««e »d »«""'^^f !" ^.^ 

described in my Proclamation of May 11, 1979, as amenaea nay 
June 22, 1979. 

within Riverside. San Diego, and Santa Cruz Counties no longer exists, 
effective 0001 hours, October 6, 1979. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand ^^^^^^fj^^ 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this „^th__ day of 
October, 1979. 





GOVERNOR 



ATTEST : 



Secretary of State 



*T 



J^ 



DOfcuty Secret 



KTTTf 



; 



f State 




pttntrit (n r«i.irimni« orric* or •!»!» FWNTmo 



33^:l 



PILED 



i^xcctttiDt Btparcment 

^attorColifomia 



0CT161S78 

MMCH NM EU, StcrMiTF «• M*W j 
Otpwty 



PROCLAMATION 



I, MIKE CURB, Acting Governor of the State of California, [ 
having now been advised by the Chairpersons of the Boards of j 
Supervisors of San Bernardino and Santa Clara Counties that the 
conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property, 
resulting from a sudden and serious gasoline shortage, no longer ! 

exist within the Counties of San Bernardino and Santa Clara, ! 

i 

«aixl»wri3agxJ««»x«x»r«««iyx«»*ia»jc*«JBSxte»ci5BJir^ K 

thx«xmiAjuB» , I therefore proclaim that the State of Emergency 
previously proclaimed on May 8, 1979 and amended June 7, 1979, 
and September 21, 1979, covering San Bernardino County, and 
May 8, 1979, covering Santa Clara County, be terminated, effec- 
tive 0001 hours, October 13, 1979. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 



this 



/2 



day of October, 19 79. 




ACTING GOVERNOR 






.^:> 



VTTEST: 



Secretary of Stcfte 






Jeputy 



PHmltJ J« ( 



33 ?3 



r 



iJxtcutitit Btpartmtnt 

jiQtt of Caifornia 



F i LED 

001181979 

MARCH tONG EU, Secrelaiv cf S'j1i 

by -Jr±^- ^iH^iLuiJ^ 
C .j.ty 

PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I. EDMUND G. BROWN JR.. Governor of the State of California, having 
found th.t conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property 
I wist within the County of Imperial, State of California, beginning on 
October 15, 1979, as a result of an earthquake which, by reason of its 
■.gnitude. is beyond the control of the services, personnel, equipment and 
facilities of said County, and having been requested by the County Board of 
Sup«^8ors, I proclaim a State of Emergency in the County of Imperial. 



I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and chat widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
enat Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 



Done at the County of Imperial this 16 day of October, 1979. 





GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



ATTEST : 



Secretary of State 



t 



Denuty Secretary wfSJtatf 



t- 



ALiroKMlA OrriCS of tVATK rWNTWO 



331)^ 



\ 



r \ L b: 



lExtcuriOt Btpartmtnt 

^tt of Catfomia 



•• *o Stot, o« Colitornto 



PROCLAMATION 



i^-.iwty 



I, EDHUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, 
having found conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property existed within the County of San Mateo as a result of a sudden 
and serious gasoline shortage and having been requested by the Chairperson 
of the Board of Supervisors of said County, proclaimed a State of Emergency 
to exist in San Mateo County on May 9, 1979. 

Having now been advised by the Chairperson of the Board of 
Supervisors that the conditions of extreme peril no longer exist within 
San Mateo County, and at the request of the Board of Supervisors, I there- 
fore proclaim that the State of Emergency within San Mateo County no 
longer exists, effective 0001 hours, November 1, 1979. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 

Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 27th day of 

October 1979. 




ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 




" rx^puty Secretary c^ 



Stole 



vHtAcd tn CALiroiiMiA vmcM or tTATS nuNmro 



3316' 



\ 



_PILED 

In Ik* •Kra a« Mm SMntory •! 



iJitcutiOt Bepartmtnt 

^tt of CabTomiQ 



•I Hm I«aM al Calllwali ( 

NOV 1 1979 



MMCH 



MICH RNK HI, Swihnr^ ?4 ^ 



PROCLAMATION 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, 
having found conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property existed within the County of Los Angeles as a result of a sudden 
and serious gasoline shortage and having been requested by the Chairperson 
of the Board of Supervisor of said County, proclaimed the existence of a 
State of Emergency to exist in Los Angeles County on May 8, 1979. 

Having now been advised by the Chairperson of the Board of 
I Supervisors that the condition of extreme peril no longer exists within 
Los Angeles County and at the request of the Board of Supervisors, I 
therefore proclaim that the State of Emergency within Los Angeles County 
no longer exists, effective 0001 hours, November 3, 1979. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this I 

, 1979. 



day of 




L/Uitl6& -fw^ <ic 



Secretary of State 



By. 




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U.- 



■puty 



■^ 



■^^_ 



VfinleA In r.vLiFOKMlA orriCB or tTATB 



^374 



FILED 



i!xtnitft)t Bepartmtnt 

3catt of Caliromia 



NOV 13 1979 

MARCH FONQ tU, Swritsof o< I't^* 
Dtputy 



PROCLAMATION 

OF 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, find 
oonditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property are likely 
to exist within the State of California as a result of a potential sudden and 
serious gctsoline shortage which may be caused by the decision announced yes- 
terday by the President of tiie United States to cease oil iit^xjrts from Iran. 
1 do hereby proclaini a State of Emergency to exist in all the following 
counties effective 0001 hours, Monday, November 19, 1979: 



Alameda 

Contra Costa 

Los Angeles 

Marin 

Monterey 

Orange 

Riverside 



San Frcincisco 
ScUi Diego 
Santa Clara 
Santa Cruz 
San Mateo 
Sonoma 
Ventura 



and that portion of San Bernardino County described in my proclama- 
tion of May 8, 1979, as follows: lying southerly and westerly of 
a line beginning at the intersection of the boundary line between 
San Bernardino and Los Angeles Counties and the north line of 
Township 3 North, Range 7 West, SBB & M, thence east along the 
township line to the northeast comer of Section 3, Township 3 
North, Range 6 West, thence southerly and easterly following the 
boundary line between San Bernardino euid Riverside Counties. 

I hereby incorix>rate by reference the regulations pertaining to 
the California gasoline emergency to be filed with the Secretary of State 
not later than 5 p.m. Wednesday, November 14, 1979. 

Furthermore, I direct the aforementioned program shall begin in 
the remainder of San Bernardino County and in eill remaining counties within 
the State of California at 0001 hours, December 3, 1979. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 13th day of Novem- 
ber 1979. 



GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



WmaA IriMA w 





I'tC 



Secretary of State 

D^uty Secretary of State' 



orricK uv itaih nuFrriHO 



3377 



iJxtnititit Bcpartmtnt 



jiatt of (EatromiQ 

REGULATIONS 



FOR CALIFORNIA'S GASOLI 



_ FILED 

•I ih* tw* •< Collfarnla 

NOV 1 4 1979 

MARCH F0N8 EU, Swsrjtorv of Stitj 
NfrTIMERGOaiJttfT^ 



In light of counties now proclaimed to be in a "State of 
Emergency" and pursuant to the authority vested in me to 
promulgate, issue and enforce rules, regulations and orders, 
I deem the following amended and revised rules and regula- 
tions necessary for the protection of life and property: 

1. At the retail level, gasoline may be dispensed into 
vehicles with a license plate whose last (or only) 
digit is an odd number (1, 3, 5, 7 and 9) only on 
odd numbered days of the month, that is, on the 
first, third, fifth, seventh and so on. Environ- 
mental license plates that contain letters only 
will be equivalent to the digit 1. Examples of 
odd number plates are as follows: 

SAM 12 3 
123 SAM 

MARTHA 
KAM 2345 

12345J 

J12345 

2. At the retail level, gasoline may be dispensed into 
vehicles with a license plate whose last (or only) 
digit is an even number (0, 2, 4, 6 and 8) only 

on even numbered days of the month, that is, on 
the second, fourth, sixth, eighth, tenth and so 
on. Vehicles without permanent registration, such 
as newly purchased vehicles, shall be considered as 
even number. Examples of even number plates are as 
follows: 

SAM 132 

132 SAM 

DAVE 2 

2 MARY 

KMA 3456 

01234J 

J01234 

W6AnC 

3. For any calendar month in which there are 31 days, 
gasoline may be dispensed on the thirty-first 

day of the month without regard to the license 
plates of the motor vehicle. 

4. Gasoline may not be dispensed into any vehicle 
that has more than one-half tankful of gasoline. 
When requested by the gasoline retailer, his 
employee, or any peace officer, the vehicle 
operator shall permit inspection of the fuel 
gauge with the ignition key in the "on" position. 
No other minimum purchase requirements shall be 
imposed by any gasoline retailer. 



priftird in CALironNiA office of state nuNTmo 



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^tt of Cabfomia 



No more than 20 gallons of gasoline shall be 
dispensed to any customer in any single trans- 
action. No other maximum limit on purchases shall 
be imposed by any gasoline retailer. 

This rule shall not apply to: 

(a) Any carwash for which a statement has been 
filed pursuant to Rule 19; 

(b) The dispensing of gasoline into trucks which 
either (1) have a California Public Utilities 
Commission permit or certificate, (2) are 
hauling agricultural products, or (3) in the 
judgment of the gasoline retailer, are other- 
wise engaged in hauling for a commercial 
purpose; 

(c) The dispensing of gasoline into an industrial 
sized drum used for an identifiable commercial 
purpose such as fueling construction and farm 
equipment and fueling electrical generators. 
Evidence of a commercial purpose may be demon- 
strated by possession of a business license or 
so,o;ar license. 

When dispensing gasoline to the general public, 
gasoline retailers shall not refuse to sell gaso- 
line to anyone, on appropriate odd or even days, 
except to refuse to sell gasoline to vehicles with 
more than one-half of a tankful of fuel. Gasoline 
retailers shall not require the purchase of special 
goods and services, including, but not limited to, 
car washes, tires, or car lubrication, as a condi- 
tion to the dispensing of gasoline. In addition, 
except as otherwise provided in Rules 10b, 11 and 
12 retailers shall not dispense gasoline on a 
preferential basis such as an appointment system. 

(a) Each gasoline retailer shall clearly post by 
signs legible from off the premises the days 
and hours gasoline will be dispensed to the 
general public, including, but not limited to, 
which weekend day and time they will be open. 
The gasoline retailer shall dispense gasoline 
during the days and hours posted on the sign. 

(b) Each gasoline retailer shall open at the hour 
posted pursuant to rule 7(a) on each Saturday 
of the month if his gasoline motor fuel pump 
location number is odd, or on each Sunday of 
the month if his gasoline motor fuel pump loca- 
tion number is even, and shall dispense gasoline 
to the public until he has sold at least one- 
sixth of his weekly gasoline allocation. 



Vfintfd in CALirfHiNiA orricK or state phimtino 



^ 



iExccutitie Btparnntnt 

^tt of CaVomia 



COMMENT: 

The purpose of this rule is to ensure that 
the opening of large stations on weekends 
is evenly distributed between Saturday and 
Sunday. 

The California Division of Weights & Measures 
licenses each gasoline fuel pump in California. 
As part of the licensing process, they issue 
one location number to each service station. 
This number appears in the lower right corner 
of the fuel pump license, which is usually 
posted in the service station office. 

(c) Rule 7(b) shall not apply to any gasoline retailer 
who: 

(1) is out of gasoline because of late 
delivery; 

(2) as a normal business practice prior to 
February 1, 1979 remained closed on 
Saturday and Sunday; or 

(3) has less than six gasoline pumps in- 
stalled at the service station. 

(d) A retailer with an odd gasoline motor fuel pump 
location number may, for bonafide religious 
reasons, open on Sunday instead of Saturday, and 
a retailer with an even gasoline motor fuel pump 
location number may, for bonafide religious 
reasons, open on Saturday instead of Sunday. 

(e) In order to claim an exemption from all or part 
of Rule 7(b), because of either normal business 
practice or bonafide religious reasons, any 
retailer shall first file with the Chairman of the 
California Energy Commission a statement, under 
penalty of perjury, setting forth the basis for 
the exemption. 

Each gasoline retailer shall prominently display 
a full and complete copy of these rules in an 
accessible location. In addition, each gasoline 
retailer shall post at each self-service station 
a sign that is readily legible from all pumps stat- 
ing that it is unlawful to dispense gasoline into 
any vehicle that has more than one-half tankful 
of gasoline or to dispense more than 20 gallons 
of gasoline in any single transaction. 



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^ifCDtiUf Btpartment 

3tatc of CatiToniQ 



lOa. 



lOb. 



11. 



Each gasoline retailer shall manage his monthly 
fuel allocation so that it will last through the 
month and to ensure that at least one-sixth of the 
weekly supply is available for sale on weekends. 

COMMENT: 

The purposes of this rule are to ensure that 
gasoline stations are open throughout the month 
and that stations have adequate supply to open 
on at least one day of the weekend. If this 
rule IS followed, most stations should be open 
on either Saturday or Sunday. 

Each gasoline retailer shall clearly indicate his 
gasoline supply and service situation by a flag 
"i/L^^^^*" ^^ inches square easily visible from 
off the premises. The following will apply 



Green fl 
(on appr 
yellow f 
only and 
public; 
In add it 
gasoline 
line to 
indicate 
which gr 



ag--gasol 
opriate d 
lag--gaso 

automobi 
red flag- 
ion, if a 
, but is 
the gener 

on a sig 
ades are 



ine available for the general public 
ays for appropriate license plates); 
line available for emergency vehicles 
le servicing available to the general 
-out of gasoline and/or closed. 

retailer is out of any grade of 
otherwise still dispensing gaso- 
al public, the retailer shall 
n legible from off the premises 
not available. 



A gasoline 
the yellow 
being open 
was establj 
1979. Any 
commercial 
first file 
under penal 
to be so se 



retailer may dispense gasoline under 
flag to a commercial account without 
to the general public if that account 
shed with that retailer prior to May 1, 
gasoline retailer proposing to serve 
accounts under the yellow flag shall 
with the Energy Commission a statement 
ty of perjury listing each such account 
rved. 



TLh",^"^'?? vehicles are exempt from sections 
1 and 2 of these orders: 



a) 



b) 



Public transportation vehicles regularly used 
to transport passengers such as buses, taxis 
and vehicles rented for less than 30 days. 

Vehicles used for commercial purposes in the 
judgment of the gasoline retailer. (See addi- 
tional guidance. Attachment A) 



c) U.S. Postal Service Vehicles. 



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12. 



13. 



d) Vehicles operated by handicapped persons, who 
have no practical alternative to auto trans- 
portation, as designated by the following 
licenses plate letters: 



DPWOOO 
OOODPW 
OOORDP 
IDPAOOO 
VETO 00 
VTNOOO 
VTROOO 
OOOVET 
OOOVTN 
OOOVTR 



through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 
through 



DPZ999 

OOODPZ 

999ZDP 

1DPZ999 

VET999 

VTN999 

VTR999 

999 VET 

999VTN 

999VTR 



Any vehicle displaying a disabled person placard 
issued by the California Department of Motor 
Vehicles. 

f) Vehicles transporting patients who present to 
the gasoline retailer an exemption statement 
from the California Energy Commission. 

Operators of the above exempt vehicles are urged 
to purchase gasoline only on appropriate alternate 
days whenever possible. 

The following vehicles are exempt from the provi- 
sions of these orders: 

a) Emergency vehicles as defined in Section 165 
of the California Vehicle Code (See attachment 
B). 

b) Other emergency repair and service vehicles, 
whether public or private, used for functions 
directly related to the protection of life, 
property or public health. 

c. Vehicles operated in an unusual emergency situ- 
ation in the judgment of the gasoline retailer. 

d. Motorcycles, mopeds, and similar two-wheel 
vehicles. 

At the retail level, no more than two gallons of 
gasoline may be dispensed into a separate container, 
and no more than one separate container may be used 
in a single transaction. 

This rule shall not apply to containers used for 
a commercial purpose such as containers used to 
fuel commercial landscaping and gardening equipment, 
construction equipment, or electrical generators. 



prtnttd fit CALiFonNiA orricB or atatk mnnrmo 



iJiicntiot Bepartmtnt 

igott of Califomia 



14, 



15, 



16. 



17. 



18. 



19. 



COMMENT: 

Storage of gasoline in separate containers in 
the trunk of automobiles is an extremely dan- 
gerous practice. 

Unless otherwise specified, the provisions of these 
regulations, including, but not limited to, Rules 
(1), (2), (4), (5), and (6), apply to a vehicle 
operator, an employee of a gasoline retailer, and 
a gasoline retailer. A violation of these regula- 
tions may result in a criminal charge against each 
of these persons. The term "gasoline retailer" 
as used in these regulations includes every person, 
firm, partnership, association, trustee or corpora- 
tion, owning, leasing, renting, managing or operating 
a gasoline service station or other facility offer- 
ing for sale, selling or otherwise dispensing gasoline 
to the general public. 

Pursuant to the authority of Section 8665 of the 
Government Code, any willful violation of these 
orders or regulations is a misdemeanor and upon 
conviction, shall be punishable by a fine of not 
to exceed five hundred dollars ($500) or by impri- 
sonment not to exceed six months or by both such 
fine and imprisonment. 

Local authorities shall have the responsibility 
for monitoring and enforcing these regulations. > 
Any violation should be reported to local law 
enforcement officials. 

Any County Board of Supervisors may submit proposed 
clarifications of these rules to the Chairperson 
of the California Energy Commission. Such clari- 
fications shall take effect upon the concurrence 
of the Energy Commission Chairperson. No changes 
to these rules shall occur unless submitted to the 
Energy Commission Chairperson and adopted by a 
written order of the Governor. 

Rule #10 shall not take effect until seven (7) days 
after the date of proclamation of emergency for 
that county. Rule #8 shall not take effect until 
May 30, 1979. 

Notwithstanding any of the provisions of these reg- 
ulations or other state or local law. Rules (1), 
(2), and (5) shall not apply to any person dispensing 
gasoline into a vehicle that receives a carwash 
as part of the transaction from a burliness whose 
primary purpose as of May 1, 1979, is offering that 



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3Jxtnitit)e Btpartmtnt 

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service. This rule shall apply only to these busi- 
nesses which file with the Energy Commission a state- 
ment under penalty of perjury that their primary 
purpose as of May 1, 1979, was providing carwashes 
and not the sale of gasoline. 

20 If a retailer orders gasoline in accordance with 
his monthly allocation and his supplier cannot 
deliver that gasoline within forty-eight hours of 
the time the order is placed, the supplier shall 
immediately notify the retailer. The notification 
shall include a firm delivery time for the gasoline 
and shall set forth the reasons for the delay. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 14th 
day of November, 1979. 





Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Da 



te: j^OUj^Mll- 




puty SecfeYary of State 



v^Knttd in cAi-iroHNiA orriCK or itate 



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ATTACHMENT A 



ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE 



1. 



2he?her'I J^hJi,""- ''^^'^ guidelines in determining 
wnether a vehicle is used for commercial purposes. 

^' n?!?im^^ "^'^^ ^y ^^^^' '^^^ig"' size, or recog- 

used for'^^o''^"^ identification are obviously being 
used for commercial purposes. "cxny 



Vehicles which are owned and operated as Dart of 

loZTnTLT''''' ''t'' "^ -"^y '^^ deLr^i^ed'bj' 
company marking or the vehicle's registration. 



company 
C. Individually owned vehicles used for coramerci;,! 



printed in CAi.iroH~iA orriCE or itat* mnnma 



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IJxenititie Bepartmcnt 

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SECTION 165f DIVISION 1., STATE VEHICLE CODE 



ATTACHMENT B 



165. 



An 



authorized emergency vehicle is; 



(a) Any publicly owned ambulance, lifeguard or lifp- 
r^siSnd'^o'^"^"' ""^ ""^ privately own^d ambulance used to 
^o^M^^^K .!'"^''^^"'=^ "11^ 3"d operated under a license 
issued by the Commissioner of the California H^giiay 

(b) Any publicly owned vehicle operated by the follow- 
ing persons, agencies or organizations: follow- 
nnhiir. ..^^' Any forestry or fire department of any 

in ih^ »^ ?^^ or fire department organized as provided 
in the Health and Safety Code. fi-^viaea 

^<r ..u „ -^^ ^"^ police department, including those 
of the University of California and the California Itate 
university and Colleges, sheriff's department? or the 
mllsToT." "'''"'^' ^'''°^ °' ^'^ California Sta?e Police 

(3) The district attorney of any countv or 
any district attorney investigator! ^ 

in law enforceSt'eSrk!''" °' ''^"'^ constable engaged 

of Justicif' ^^^" officer personnel of the Department 

(6) Peace officer personnel of the state nark 

r.o„e = .. /> ^^' ^^^'^^ officer personnel employed and com- 

d!s?rilt ShiTr"""'' ^' " ""="^^*^y patrol of ^a school 
district "5fl^ "^^y^l^ng out the duties of their employment. 
r.f n i- ^^^^ Officer personnel of the Department 

anH h?L '^"y vehicle owned by the state, or any bridge 

"rS? :?:ct?icare,^^[^m°en^ °^ "^^^^^ aamagld'^tg^^t- 

emerieLv^?irf ^'!:°''"^^ ^^^^^^^ "^^^ i" responding to 
emergency fire, rescue or communications calls and on«.r 
ated either by the Office of Emergency Services or bf 
?K Sf?ice of?"' °' industrial ffre depLtmen? to wLch 
vehicle! Emergency Services has assigned such 

game^wirden! ^^^*^^-°*'"^^ ^^^-le operated by a fish and 



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"=ed .„ t.sponding to energen^r'aUs, 'o? "'"'"'^ '= 

U) When such vehiclp i q „oI-^ • 

vehicle permit has been issieS h" f^^horized emergency 
the California Highway Pa??oU ^ ^ Commissioner of"^ 



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oi the Sinl* o< Colifwnki 

NnvC71970 

tmnmm ni. f,-<rrnttrv rf --" I 
By C?'*-**- /0*<-#^«-*X-^ 



Dar3i-«y 



PROCLAMATION 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of 
California, by virtue of the power vested in me by Section 
j 18025 of the Government Code, hereby declare Thursday, November 
22, 19 79, a holiday for state employees. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
this 21st d ay of November, 1979. 



ATTEST : 




Governor of California 



of Stc 



Secretary 



:ate 




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AMENDMENTS TO 
FOR CALIFORNIA'S 



FILED 

In ItM aHk» o< *• <iinl»i| af ■( 
•< *m IM> •» Cd W l>lB 

W 1 9 19/i^ 

4',' .2^ /^^ 
,^ „ MARCH RMS DlSKNlmilSMi 

'O REGULATIONS r— ' ^ n / \^ 
GASOLINE EMERGENC^y^^-'^ ^ «_5j - i f V^ - ^- 



Pursuant to the authority vested in me to promulgate, 
issue and enforce rules, regulations and orders, and 
in light of the "State of Emergency" which now exists 
as a result of a "sudden and serious shortage of 
gasoline, I hereby amend the Regulations for California's 
Gasoline Emergency, issued on November 14, 1979, as 
follows: 

1. Amend second sentence of Rule 5(c) to read as follows; 

Evidence of a commercial purpose may be demon- 
strated by possession of a business license or 
similar license. 

2. Add Rule 11(e) to read as follows: 

Vehicles operated by persons whose residence 
as shown on their drivers license is more 
than 100 miles distant from the place of 
purchase. 

3. Amend Rule 18 to read as follows: 

Rule 10 shall not take effect until seven 
(7) days after the date of proclamation of 
emergency for that county. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 18th 
day of 





EDMUND C. BROIVN 'JR. 
Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of Stat^ 
Deputy Secreta^ of state 



ptif^ed in CALiroHNiA orncc or itatb i 



53 ro 



r- 



FILED 



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MOV 3 1979 




"^S^^ 



I 



PROCLAMATION 
OF 
STATE OF EMERGENCY 



WHEREAS, on November 12, 1979, the President of the 
United States declared that the United States would immediately 
cease importing crude oil and petroleum products from Iran; 
and 

WHEREAS, the United States imported approximately 
750,000 barrels of oil per day from Iran prior to the Presi- 
dent's order; and 

WHEREAS, at the time of the President's order the nation's 
stock of gasoline was approximately 220 million barrels, a 
level the United States Department of Energy already considered 
only slightly above minimum acceptable levels; and 

WHEREAS, the temporary suspension in production and 
reduced exportation of crude oil and petroleum products by Iran 
beginning in December, 1978, and continuing into the spring of 
1979, precipitated a crises in allocation of California s 
gasoline supplies which resulted in a severe shortage of sup- 
plies at retail outlets; and 

WHEREAS, the shortage of gasoline last spring resulted 
in instances of extensive traffic congestion, acts of violence 
and general conditions of extreme peril to the safety of 
persons and property necessitating a declaration of a state of 
emergency and the promulgation of regulations restricting the 
purchase of gasoline in 15 counties; and 

WHEREAS, the general conditions of extreme peril to the 
safety of persons and property which arose during the spring 
of 1979 were not immediately relieved by the declaration of a 
state of emergency and the promulgation of regulations issued 
in response to the existence of those conditions; and 

WHEREAS, the present energy situation with regard to 
crude oil imports and gasoline supplies is similar to that 
%*hich existed prior to the sudden and severe gasoline shortage 
in the spring of 1979; and 

WHEREAS, this State's experience with the gasoline 
shortage in spring, 1979, indicates the necessity for taking 
action immediately prior to the existence of actual gasoline 
shortages in order to avoid the severe impact caused by such 
shortages; and 



I^Xfcntftit Bepartmtnt 

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PAGE TWO 



Uni^oH^f^' " November 16, 1979, the President of the 
United States urged governors of all states to consider strict 
conservation measures to preserve fuel supplies, and the 
secretary of the United States Department'^of En^rJ? speci- 
fically recommended consideration of odd - even and minimum 
purchase programs to reduce the consumption orgasolT^e; 

the StS'oT^T^'^''' f*^""'^ °- ^^°^"' J^" Governor of 
condftion. nf ^ °''"'''' ^t"^ ^"^ proclaim the existence of 
conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property within the State of California caused by the e^argo 
?L 5°''^''^^°" "^ ^'^"'^^ °^^ ^"'^ petroleum from Iran and tSe 
impending severe shortage of gasoline within the s?a?e. 

nnni v^ °° HEREBY proclaim a State of Emergency, effective at 
0001 hours, December 3, 1979, in all counties of ?he State 
and incorporate by reference, as though fully set forth herein 
the regulations pertaining to the California gasoline emer- 

2!J^t^r^'°"'^' '''!^ '^^ ^^^ California Energ ?o,^LsTon 
with the Secretary of state on November 14, 1979. "■'^^'•°" 

I further declare and find that local authoritv is 

iJdeTJSre'of'^^Se "'"^ I'^'l emergency because^'ofiS sLte- 
wide nature of the impact of gasoline shortages in the state. 

r,^^ 1 "^t^ proclamation and order shall supersede the 
proclamations nnd orders issued on Novembe? "! 1979 eff.r 
tive at 0001 hours, December 3, 1979 ' ^^^^^- 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set mv hand anrf 



^^^s Ll ''■ day of November, 1979. 



:>^' 



- /r* -i . ' .v:r-i"v'' 



Govi&rnor bf CaT.ifo/nia 

'attest: \j[Ul^JU %U. 9u. 
Secretary of State i 



33^1 



Sxtcndot Btpartmtnt 

jbQtt Of CjHTomia 



a 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-57-79 



FILED _ 

e4 ifr *4a«« al CsllMr la 

DEC 1 ::1979 







WUEREAS, rapid solar energy development and conunerciali- 
zation create jobs, stimulate economic growth, conserve 
scarce fossil fuels, provide a safe, clean and renewable 
energy resource, and reduce utility costs to commercial, 
industrial and private consumers; and 

WHEREAS, the State, already the national leader in solar 
energy, can further develop solar commercialization and busi- 
ness development projects by coordinating solar energy 
activities and policies of state and local agencies; and 

WHEREAS, the solar industry as well as consumers, labor 
and business groups look to state and local governments for 
assistance, information and public participation in solar 
and conservation policy development; and 

WHEREAS, local jurisdictions are in a unique position 
to further the utilization of solar and other renewable 
energy resources and conservation through changes in build- 
ing codes, planning policies and other public policy actions; 
and 

WUEREAS, some of the most innovative policy actions to 
stimulate solar energy usage and conservation have already 
taken place in a number of cities and counties in California 
which can be used as models for other local jurisdictions; 
and 

WHEREAS, the SolarCal Council has determined that local 
government action is essential to the development and imple- 
mentation of renewable energy resources and conservation. 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State 
of California, do hereby issue this order, to become effective 
iaaediately: 

1. There is established in the SolarCal Council a Local 
Government Commission on Renewable Resources and 
Conservation. The members of the Commission shall 
be elected local officials, appointed by, and serv- 
ing at the pleasure ol the Governor. 

2. The Local Government Commission shall have the fol- 
lowing responsibilities: 




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PAGE TWO 



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3. 



Assist local governmental officials throughout 
California in developing statutes and procedures 
for rapid solar energy and other renewable re- 
source and energy conservation. 

Develop innovative methods of rapidly implement- 
ing renewable energy technologies and conserva- 
tion in their home districts; 

Promote cooperation in renewable resource develop- 
ment and conservation between state and local 
governments; 

Advise the SolarCal Council in promoting solar 
energy and implementing the SolarCal plan for 
solar development, TOWARD A SOLAR CALIFORNIA . 

The Commission shall be administered by the Solar- 
Cal staff as a function of the SolarCal Council. 



IN WITNESS THEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 7th day of 
November, nineteen hundred and 
seventy nine. 





ATTEST: 



Secretary of Sti 



:ate 







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FILED 

In .1,, <«M •» *• •^r^ f *^ 

•( Itlt IMM •» CnlHorilo 

DEC no 1979 

MARCH FOHO lU. S«:f»fa.; -< S*'3t8 



' 



APPOINTMENT OF INTERSTATE RENDITION 
OFFICER 



/ 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of 
California, pursuant to the authority vested in me by section 
1549.2 of the Penal Code, hereby appoint Allen Sumner my 
Interstate Rendition Officer and delegate to him the following 
powers : 

To sign for me, in his own name as Interstate 
Rendition Officer, and in the style hereinafter designated, 
all Governor's warrants for the arrest and rendition of 
persons who, being found in this state, have been shown by 
the executive authority of another state to be charged or 
convicted in that state of treason, felony or other crime, 
and whose rendition has been demanded in due form by the said 
executive authority. 

The style of the signature of the Interstate 
Rendition Officer as authorized herein shall be as follows: 








By Interstate Rendition Officer 
(California Penal Code Section 1549.2) 
(Authorization filed with the Secretary of State) 



This authorization shall continue in force and 
i effect from and including the date of filing with the Secretary 
of State through and including all of the time during which I 
am performing the functions of Governor of the State of 



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page two 



California, unless and until revoked or suspended by me: 
provided that this authorization shall be suspended auto- 
matically whenever another person by operation of law, becomes 
Acting Governor of the State of California. 

This authorization shall also act to revoke and 
supersede the previous appointment of Patti Jo McKay as my 
Interstate Rendition Officer effective December 24, 1979. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto subscribed my name 
and caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California to be 
affixed at Sacramento, on this 
the 19th day of December 
1979. 





EDMUND G. BROWN JR. 
Governor 



ATTEST 



MARCH FONG EU ' 
Secretary of State 



b y /^^"yk^-^ A/' 



D*jt)u- 




uty Secretary aif State 



prtmted in califcnwia orricB or rrATS nuNYiNO 



S3r3 



FILED 

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^imm Btpartmtnt 

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3ECJ8t979 

VW£jLFi4JC tU, S«a«u^: , St::* 



SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of California, do 
hereby proclaim and order that a special election shall 
be held on the 3rd day of June, 1980, within the 12th 
Senatorial District of the State, to fill the vacancy in 

; the office of Member of Senate from said district resulting 

I from the resignation of Senator Jerry Smith. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed hereto this 27th day of December, 1979. 




(j^^^^ /L^.. j^ 






Deputy Secretary of State 



^3rV 



^xtcutiot ©tpartmtnt 

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EXECUTIVE ORDER B-58-79 



si riw Slaw €* CsMte'' H 



DEC 2 8 1979 

»;ARCH fONC lU, ZkijA^ 

Obpwty 



;t;» 




WHEREAS the President's embargo of oil and oil products from 
Iran and existing gasoline supply uncertainties creates a sudden and 
serious shortage of gasoline; 

UHFRFAS I have declared a state of emergency and adopted 
gasoline Se'ti^g emergency regulations to manage this shortage; 

trnu THUJFFORE I Edmund G. Brown, Jr., Governor of the State 
f r.iiforniabv virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the 
?ons?!tu'?ir;n5^t:t;res°of\he^tate of California, do hereby issue 
this order, to become effective immediately: 

California. 

? All 5tate agencies, departments and commissions are directed 

?;ont;sk force for as long as may be necessary to ensure an effective 
program. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this_^7tli_day or 
December, 1979. 





EDMUND GTBROWN, 
Governot of California 

ATTEST: {JIIOaJa ^^ ^ 



Secretary of State 



Deputy Secretary of State 



tiRNIA omCB OF rtATU I 



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PROCLAMATION 



FILED 

|o Itx pff.c* of th» S«>rhify of Sfo' - 



iArjl4i'JB0 



NMW. 






^ 



C.>«ty 



In a sermon given on his last Christmas, Martin Luther 
King, Jr. spoke o£ the opposition to the civil rights move- 
ment: "Do to us what you will and we will still love you. 
We cannot in all good conscience obey your unjust laws and 
abide by the unjust system, because noncooper ation with evil 
is as much a moral obligation as is cooperation with good, and 
so throw us in jail and we will still love you." 

In these remarkable words we see a tremendous will-- 
rooted in religious faith and commitment to nonviolence-- 
to oppose injustice. The message is all the more forceful 
because of Dr. King's steadfast unwillingness to seek ven- 
geance against those who had wronged his people, his refusal 
to hate those who had shown hatred toward him. Dr. King's 
words and actions speak with a moral imperative not only 
to the black or to the white, or to past events; rather, 
his thoughts and deeds put forth a timeless challenge to 
the human family. 

In recognition of his contributions to America and to 
all peoples, I therefore proclaim in the State of California 
January 15, 1980, the anniversary of his birth, Martin Luther 
King, Jr. Day. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this llth 
day/of January 1980. 




overnor of California ^^ 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of Stac 



IJUU 



Doi^uty Secretary o^^tste 




printed in califoiu^ia orricK or tTATB punting 



559^4 



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PROCLAMATION 



FILED 

In Id* tMc» of Itw itcrrtorf •! 
Of riw $la« ot California 






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E>«|iu«y 



WHEREAS, the President's Commission on Foreign Languages 
has noted an alarming decline of foreign language knowledge 
among students which bilingual education promises to reverse 
by promoting opportunities to use and further develop skills 
in English and other languages, and 

WHEREAS, there are approximately 290,000 students of limited 
English speaking ability in California Public Schools who 
can benefit from bilingual education programs, and 

WHEREAS, the California Commission for Teacher Preparation 
and Licensing has certified over 6,000 bilingual teachers 
since the California Bilingual Education Act took effect 
in 1976, and additional teacher training programs have been 
established at the State and Federal levels to train approxi- 
mately 4,000 teachers currently on bilingual waivers, and 

WHEREAS, the knowledge and use of multiple languages repre- 
sent a rich human mode of communication m education, com- 
merce and international affairs necessary to preserve and 
promote the general welfare, and 

WHEREAS, bilingual education brings people together by pro- 
moting mutual understanding and communication among all 
people, and 

WHEREAS, the California Association for Bilingual Education 
is conducting its fifth annual Bilingual Bicultural Confer- 
ence on February 13-16, 1980; therefore 

I HEREBY DECLARE THAT bilingual education is an essential 
program of instruction in California Public Schools neces- 
sary to develop English language proficiency and promote 
orimary language development and use, and multicultural 
education, and that all individuals be encouraged to acquire 
and use the languages of others for more effective communi- 
cation among diverse social groups, and t^^t educational 
institutions strive to develop effective bilingual education 
and other language programs to promote effective oral, read- 
ing and writing skills so essential for the academic and 
career advancement of all students, and that all individuals, 
educational institutions and other organizations promote, 
through bilingual education, the vast linguistic human re- 
sources of our pluralistic and democratic society as part 
of our national heritage, and further: 




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I DO HEREBY DECLARE THAT the week of February 11-17, 1980, 
is "Bilingual Education Awareness Week" to be observed by 
educational and all other State institutions in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto 
set my h^nd and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 
I8th day of January 1980. 




Governor of California 




ATTEST: 



Secretary of fftate 

Degluty Cecrolary lQ£ State 



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JST'J 




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F 1 LED 

«f the Sfcrt* o» CatHomio 



JANS.^iaJO 



MKCM FONG tU SocrfVY 




PROCLflMATION 

OF A 

cTSTF. OF EMERGENCY 



e t-ho "^i-ate of California, having 
I, MIKE CURB, Acting Governor of the State 

,,^. ..„ »„.Uio„s o. ..»». P..U to ... ...«, Of P...on= ^ P-P««» 

..i« .i«in the Co»ti.. o. Co„t„ Co.ta, S.ct»,nto ^ S.„ ^o.^i.. 
State o. C.U,ot„i.. ^,i™.in, o„ ot a.out ..^.^ »■ «»». " ' '"" " »' 
„v.„ noo^in, .»e to to„,„tUl rain., U,. ti.e., st„„, .^,. ^ 
^, oo„.itio„= .hi*, .y .e— of tK,i. ~,nitu.., at. .e,o„. the 
^trol of the ...Vic... P.r.o»el, .,.lf.e„t and .aollltie. of sa.d 
Co^ti... «.a havi., h.e„ „,»..„. hv th. Chalt^h of the Boat, of 
S„p.„Uot. X Ptooiai. a Stat, of ^t,.„ in th. Co„ti.. of Cohtta Co.ta, 
Sacramento and San Joaquin. 

X OIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 

..■ nf the secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
filed in the Office of the secretaxy 

and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

oone at the City of Sacramento this 23rd day of January, 1980 







ACTING GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



ATTEST : 



1ST: ^ Q 



Secretary of St 



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FILED 

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o< iha S(at« et California 

! AN 2 5 1980 

MMtCM FOMG FU. Sa»lMV ol 9.*) 



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provides: 



ORDERS AND REGULATIONS 
WHICH MAY UK SELECT I VKl.Y I'ROMHLCATED BY 
THE COVERNOR DURINC A STATE OF EMERGENCY 



WHEREAS, Section a'J')H(l)) ol (lie California Emergency Services Act 



"State ol emergency" means the duly proclaimed 
existence ol conditions of disaster or of extreme 
peril to the safety of persons and property within 
the state caused by such conditions as air 
pollution, lire. Mood, storm, epidemic, riot, 
drought, sudden and severe energy shortage, or 
earthquake or other conditions, other than condi- 
tions resulting from a labor controversy or 
conditions causing a "state of war emergency," which 
conditions, by reason of their magnitude, are or are 
likely to be beyond the control of the services, 
personnel, equipment, and facilities of any single 
county, city and county, or city and require the 
combined forces of a mutual aid region or regions to 
combat , . . . ; and 



WHEREAS, Section «'")fi7 ol the California Emergency Services Act 



(a) The Governor may make, amend, and rescind orders 
and regulations necessary to carry out the 
provisions of this chapter. Such orders and 
regulations shall have the force and effect of law. 



(d) All orders and regulations made in advance of a 
state of war emergency or state of emergency shall 
be in writing, shall be exempt from the provisions 
of • . .|the Administrative Procedures Act] . . .but 
shall be subject to the approval of the Emergency 
Counc i 1 . , . . ; and 

WHEREAS, the lo! lowing orders were approved by the California 
Emergency Council at their meetings of June 27, 1979 and November 14, 1979; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of 
California, by virtue of the powers and authority vested in me by the 
Constitution and laws of this state and in accordance with provisions of 
the California Emergency Services Act, do hereby promulgate, issue, and 
establish the following orders and regulations, which are considered 



provi des : 



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^xccntioe Bepartment 

S6att of CaHTomia 



necessary to protect life and property and to mitigate disaster efforts 
during the period of such a State of Emergency. Such orders and regulations 
at my discretion shall hecotne elfectivc upon proclamation of a State of 
Emergency. Prior to orders being implemented outside of a proclaimed area, 
the Director, California Office of Emergency Services, shall consult with 
local authorities ot such designated areas. 

ORDER 1 



It is hereby ordered that the period of employment for State Personnel 
Board emergency appointments, as provided in Section l^JHO of the 
Government Code and State Personnel Board Rules 301-303, be waived for 
positions required ior involvement in emergency and/or recovery operations. 
The requirements and period of employment for such appointments will be 
determined by the Director, California Office of Emergency Services, but 
shall not extend beyond the termination date of said State of Emergency. 



ORDER 2 

It is hereby ordered that in tlie area proclaimed to be in a State of 
Emergency and/or thai spec i lie area(s) designated by the Director, 
California Office of Emergency Services, outside of the proclaimed area{s) 
but which is (are) essential to the relief and aid of the lives and 
property within the proclaimed area, all drugs and medical supply stocks 
intended for wholesale distribution shall be held subject to the control 
and coordination of the Department of Health Services, Food and Drug 
Section. Authority imparted under this Order, and specific to the 
proclaimed emergency shall not extend beyond the termination date of said 
State of Emergency. 



ORDER 3 

It is hereby ordered that during the proclaimed State of Emergency 
appropriate parts of Sections 18020-1802b ol the Government Code and State 
Personnel Board Rules 130-13"^ be waived to permit cash compensation to 
personnel directly involved in emergency and recovery operations for all 
time worked over the employee's regular workweek, at a rate ot 1 1/2 times 
the regular rate ot pay. This waiver stiall not extend beyond the 
termination date of said State of Emergency. 



ORDER 4 

It is hereby ordered that, in the area proclaimed to be in a State of 
Emergency and/or that specific area(s) designated by the Director, 
California Office of Emergency Services, outside of the proclaimed area(s) 
but which is (are) essential to the relief and aid of the lives and 
property within the proclaimed area, the provisions of Sections 3247-3258 
of the Civil Code relating to state contracting bonding requirements for 



IwMmI In cnurowiM ornca or R*n 



iJxcnJtiOE Bepartmtnt 

^tt of (Catjfornjg 



the performance ot heavy rescue, debris removal, expedient construction, 
preparation ol mobile home sites, and related activities are suspended. 
This suspension sh.ill not extend bt-vond t lie termination dale of said State 
of Emergency. 



ORDER 5 

It is hereby ordered that in the area proclaimed to be in a State f 
Emergency and/or that specific area(s) designated by the Direct , 
California Of 1 ice oi Emergency Services, outside of the proclaimed area .) 
but which is (are) essential to the relief and aid of the lives and 
property within the proclaimed area, those zoning, public health, safety, 
or intrastate transportation laws, ordinances, regulations, or codes which 
the Director, California Office of Emergency Services, determines impair 
the provision of temporary housing be suspended for a time not to exceed 60 
days, after the proclaimed State of Emergency and authorization by the 
President upon the declaration of a Major Disaster for the Temporary 
Housing Program as prescribed in Section A04 of Public Law 93-288 and 
Section 8654(a) of the Government Code. 



ORDER 6 

It is hereby ordered that in the area proclaimed to be in a State of 
Emergency and/or that specific aren(s) designated by the Director, 
California Office of Emergency Services, outside of the proclaimed area(s) 
but which is (are) essential to the relief and aid of the lives and 
property within the proclaimed area, distribution of intra-state petroleum 
stocks including those in refinery storage, major distribution 
installations and pipeline terminals, shall be held subject to the control 
and coordination of the Energy Resources Conservation and Development 
Commission. Petroleum stocks may be prioritized and diverted for use into a 
disaster area or in support of disaster mitigation operations. Any and ail 
actions taken shall be at the discretion and judgment of the State Fuel 
Allocator, Calitornis Energy Commission, for use in disaster mitigation. 
Such actions shall be coordinated with and prioritized by the Director, 
Office of Emergency Services, but shall not extend beyond the termination 
date of said State of Emergency. 



ORI'r.K 7 

It is hereby ordered that in the area proclaimed to be in a State of 
Emergency and/or that specific area(s) designated by the Director, 
California Of f ire of Emergency Services, outside of the proclaimed area(s) 
but which is (are) essentia! to the relief and aid of the lives and 
property within the proclaimed area, all banks will take emergency 
operating actions pursuant to Section 1916 of the Financial Code. Actions 
taken under this Order, and specific to the proclaimed emergency, shall not 
extend beyond the termination date of said State of Emergency. 



prtnUd In cALiroKMiA orricK or vtats pmntino 





^xtcntitit Btpartmtnt 

^tt of Calrfomfa 

Seal ol the State ot California to be 
seal ui 1980. 

January • '^" 






RNOR Of CALIFORNIA 



'{(iiAjMnci 



y 



ATTEST : 



March Feng E« 
Secretary of State 




ft^liUd to CAl-IFIMOnA o»ncB 



or rtATB miHTO'o 



33 n 



ifsimu ©cpartmtnt 

«5tatf of California 



F I L F. D „ 

o( tU Sw. ot eohtornlo 

J AN 2 5 1980 I! 



APPOINTMENT OF INTERSTATE RENDITION 
OFFICER 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR.. Governor °fthe State of 

W ;nt"s"t^ Renlition officer and delegate to him the 
following powers: 

To sign for me, in his own name as Interstate 
Rendi?ion Officer, and in the style hereinafter 
designated, all Governor's warrants for the 
arrest and rendition of persons who, bexng 
found in this state, have been shown by the 
executive authority of another state to be 
charged or convicted in that state of treason, 
felony or other crime, and whose rendxtxon has 
been demanded in due form by the said executive 
authority. 




The style of the 
Rendition Offi 
as follows: 



f the Interstate 
zed herein shall be 



By Interstate Rendition Officer 
(California Penal Code Section 1549.2) 
(Authorization filed with the Secretary 
of State) 

This authorization shall continue in force and effect 
froTt the date of filing with the Secretary of State until 
revoked or suspended by a subsequent authorization filed with 
the Secretary of State pursuant to Penal Code Section 1549.2, 
Ind shal! Sersede the previous authorization executed on 
December 19. 1979. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 24tV4ay of 
Je 





ATTE 



Secretary of State 



by__Mii^fis^AL 




hU'. 



Deguty SocroLary /dx State 



35'fo 



f xcnitiDc Bcpartmcnt 

dtattofdalirornia 



FILED 

FE37-1930 



By 



.JU. 



Ikputy 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, Agriculture is California's largest single 
industry, providing over 750,000 jobs; and 

WHEREAS, increasing demand for food and fiber mandates 
that we encourage our youth to pursue careers in this vital 
area; and 

WHEREAS, the California Future Farmers of America (FFA) 
is dedicated to this goal; and 

WHEREAS, this vocational agriculture organization is 
an integral part of our high school curriculum, with over 
18,000 members in 320 high schools throughout the State; 
and 

WHEREAS, during its 52-year history, the FFA had 
educated its members in all aspects of agriculture 
including growing, processing and marketing as well as 
developing leadership, good citizenship, productivity, 
teamwork and individual achievement; and 

WHEREAS, in preparing for careers in agriculture, FFA 
members and the nonprofit California FFA Foundation are 
working and assuring the future progress and prosperity 
of our State and our nation; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, MIKE CURB, Acting Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and laws of this State, 
do hereby proclaim the week of February 16-23, 1980 as 
Future Farmers of Air,erica Week. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed. 



f to cALircMiMi* OFricK or statv nunma 



--■m 



^itmm Bcpartmcnt 

dtatcorColiforniJ 



Done at the City of Sacramento this i 
February, 1980. 



7^K 



day of 




1 



/ 



/, 



•^ MIKE CURB 
Acting Governor 



L 



h.^<^ L'^-c-'L^-_ 



CVTTEST 



{JUmcJk 



Secretary o 



»f State 



BY; 



l/H,tLaju jl 4 AygH 



|>rirtff-il in * 4i i»itnNi* ot i ■« i. tir «iAik i-hintINi; 



33 f/ 



ixtnititJt Btpartmtnt 

jStatc of CaUTomia 



FILED 

pr 37 -1030 




«<««• 



Deputy 






PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I. MIKE CURB, Acting Governor of the State of California, 
having found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons 
and property exist within the County of San Bernardino, State of Cali- 
fornia, beginning on or about January 8, 1980, and in the County of San 
Diego, State of California, beginning on or about January 28, 1980, as a 
result of torrential rains, winds, mudslides, floods and other conditions 
which, by reason of their magnitude, are beyond the control of the ser- 
vices, personnel, equipment and facilities of said Counties, and having 
been requested by the Chairpersons of the Boards of Supervisors, I pro- 
claia. a State of Emergency in the Counties of San Bernardino and San Diego. 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation 
be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread 
pvtolicity and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITHESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 



Done at the City of 



of February, 1980. 



'XjX 



Ar'jc/l/rc this _l 



t\A 



day 



ATTEST ; 



ACTING GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



SECRETARY OF STATE 






5.iroKNiA OFFiCB or 



Deputy Socrotari 



Jeputy Secretary of State 



-.----■^ 



339:b 



3Excfutft)c Btpartmtnt 

;5uct or Cabfomia 



EXECUTIVE ORDER 



^ FILED 

rcBUnRc j 




WHEREAS, California has achieved national leadership In 
protecting Its people and environment from the dangers of toxic 
substances; and 




- Director of the Department of Food and Agriculture 

- Director of the Department of Industrial Relations 

- Director of the Department of Health Services 

- Chairperson of the Air Resources Board 

- Chairperson of the State Water Resources 
Control Board 

- Secretary of the Resources Agency 

- Secretary of the Business and Transportation 
Agency 

2. The Council shall convene at the request of the 

Governor's designated Coordinator for Toxic Substances, 
and shall: 

- develop programs and research to stimulate the 
use of safer chemicals in industry and agriculture, 
encourage recycling and resource recovery, and 
minimize needs for landfill waste disposal; 

- monitor and evaluate the State's efforts to 
protect the citizens of California from toxic 
materials; 

- encourage interagency cooperation and joint 
projects to minimize duplicative activities 
by federal, state, and local agencies; 



3Extnirit)c Bepartmtnt 

^m of Catfomia 



PAGE TWO 



- promote regulatory consistency and reform; 

- coordinate epidemiological research and 
investigation; and 

- develop policy recommendations to minimize 
the hazards presented by toxic substance use 
and disposal. 

The Council shall submit a report to the Governor 
on or before November 1 of each year, recommending 
specific actions necessary to protect human health 
and the environment from toxic materials. 

All state departments and agencies shall cooperate 
with the Council and Coordinator in discharging the 
above duties. Departments and agencies with 
responsibilities in the area of toxic substances 
shall also, subject to approval by the Director of 
the Department of Finance, provide the Council and 
Coordinator with resources, facilities and personnel 



as needed. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 1 1 th day of 
February, 1980. 



ATTEST 



tary of St 



Secre 

by. 



y of State 

Deputy S4crotary/8r Stalo 




33J3 



titvutiQZ Btpartmtnt 

Scan of CaHToniia 



o» Hie itatt ol ColHonto I 

FEB 19 1980 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B 62-80 



r-y«ty 



WHEREAS, substantial savings of water resulted from 
voluntary compliance by state agencies with ACR 165, filed 
August 11, 1S76, which requested state agencies to adopt 
all feasible water conservation practices with the advice 
and recommendations of the Department of Water Resources; 
and 

V.TIEREAS, water conservation continues to be of utmost 
importance to the health, safety, and welfare of all Cali- 
fornians, notwithstanding the end of the extreme drought 
of 1976-1977; and 

WHEREAS, Article X, Section 2 of the California Consti- 
tution requires the fullest possible beneficial use of 
water resources, to include water conservation; and 

WHEREAS, state agencies should first be obligated to 
conserve water before requesting the public to implement 
water conservation measures; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State 
of California, do hereby issue this order, to become effec- 
tive immediately: 

1. All state agencies, departments, boards, and commis- 
sions subject to the mandatory authority of executive order 
are hereby directed to continue to seek ways to implement 
water conservation practices in connection with their pro- 
grams and activities and to report on their progress to the 
Department of Water Resources by January 1, 1981. 

2. All state entities exempt from the mandatory author- 
ity of executive orders are hereby requested to implement 
voluntarily all feasible water conservation practices. 



=m 



printrd in cALiruRMiA orricE of statB 1 



iJxtcDtftit Bepartmtnt 

^tt of CattTomiQ 



"1 



3. The Department of Water Resources acting through 
the Office of Water Conservation is hereby directed to con- 
fer with and to advise state entities on their water conser- 
vation practices, to make recommendations where requested 
or as appropriate, and to report to the Governor's Office 
its findings on the water conservation efforts of state 
agencies. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 12 



day of February 1980. 





pHnted in cALiroRNiA orptcB op «TATm rBurmfO 



FILED 



33^"/- 



In rtw e<l>« of iti» fccTMwy •! |M» 
cA rtM Stat* o( Colifwnici 



4£B 191980) 



w? 



l!xtnirtot Btpartmtnt 

3tacr or Caliromia 



PROC 



MWCN FONT, ni, *«ctHa»v o«J 
LflMATION D-oufv 



OF A 



Deputy 



STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, 
having found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property caused by torrential storms resulting in severe flooding, mudslides 
and other conditions commencing on or about January 8, 1980, and continuing 
to present, which by reason of their magnitude are beyond the control of 
the services, personnel, equipment and facilities of affected Counties, and 
having been requested by the Chairpersons of the Boards of Supervisors, I 
proclaim a State of Emergency to exist in the Counties of: 
Los Angeles Orange 

•^^e^side Ventura 

I DIRECT order #1 of the "Orders and Regulations Which May Be 
Promulgated by the Governor During a State of Emergency" and which were 
filed with the Secretary of State on the 24th day of January 1980 be invoked. 

I FURTHER DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclama- 
tion be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread 
publicity and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of T.n... Anr^^io.. this 19th day of 
February 1980, 




337.5^ 



f I LED 

In Hw elRw ol *• S»trrhiry «l SW» 
aI *r Sto»» of ColifwnlQ 



IJxccutitJt ©tpartmtnt 

^tt of Califomia 



MAPI 



r[B2 01980 

; tU, SetrBliw of S*.?^ 



r ,*ity 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B 63-80 



WHEREAS, timely and accurate data is essential in 
measuring the health of the people in California, planning and 
evaluating health programs needed by the citizens of this state 
and providing appropriate health services; and 

WHEREAS, Public Law 95-623, enacted by the United States 
congress on November 9, 1978, provides for a Cooperative Health 
Statistics System under the auspices of the United States 
Department of Health, Education and Welfare, and requires each 
participating state to designate a single agency responsible 
for administration of the state's statistical activities under 
the System; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the powers and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective 
immediately: 

1. A consortium of the directors of the Department 
of Health Services, the Office of Statewide 
Health Planning and Development and the Cali- 
fornia Health Facilities Commission is designated 
as the single state agency required by Public 
Law 95-623 with responsibility for administration 
of statistical activities within California un- 
der the Cooperative Health Statistics System. 

2. The Department of Health Services' Center for 
Health Statistics shall be directly responsible 
for administering this program in accordance 
with the consortium's policy directives. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 19th day of 
February. J.980 . 






Governor <>f California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 




HNiA orricK or »tatk rwNTWC 



Deputy Seoretary 



of Stata, 



33^C 



FrLE 



^xtcDtioe Btpartment 

^tt of Catfomia 




PROCLAMATION 



o» rtw SiDt> •» CcilHofnto 

fEB1.3in80 




Dop^ry 



WHEREAS, on February 19, 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt 
issued Executive Order No. 9066, which resulted in the mass 
eviction from the West Coast of 120,000 persons of Japanese 
ancestry, the vast majority of whom were loyal American 
citizens; and 

WHEREAS, these American citizens of Japanese ancestry were 
subsequently incarcerated against their will for three years 
in barbed wire detention camps with armed military guards, 
there being two such camps in California at Manzanar and 
Tule Lake; and 

WHEREAS, such action of the United States Government con- 
stituted one of this nation's gravest violations of human 
rights and the guarantees of individual protection provided 
by the Bill of Rights; and 

WI-'EREAS, Executive Order No. 9066, was rescinded on February 
19, 1976 by President Gerald R. Ford, who said, "We now know 
what we should have known then — not only was that evacuation 
wrong, but Japanese-Americans were and are loyal Americans"; 
and 

WHEREAS, Japanese-Americans throughout this nation seek to 
insure that the tragedy they experienced during the Second 
World War shall never be visited upon others residing in 
this country; and 

WHEREAS, the injustice suffered by Japanese-Americans in 
violation of their civil rights as guaranteed by the Con- 
stitution is one of the dark pages in the history of our 
nation. Remembering this tragic action, let us today re- 
affirm our belief in the viability of the basis Constitu- 
tional principles of justice for each individual American. 



printed in cAnroRN'A office of itatb miNTlNO 



IJxtcutii]t ©tpartment 

^te of (TaliromiQ 



I, THEREFORE, do hereby proclaim February 19, 1980. ^s^"^A^^^ 

D^y Of Remembrance", ^"^."^^J,^ti> day fo our fellow 
hn reflect Upon the meaning o£ tnis aay i-u 
5apanesI-Ame?icans and for all our citizens. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this A3ttL 
day of February 1980, 





ATTEST 



Secretary of Sta 




prifrted In c»i.ifoiu«ia 



orrlcB or btat* FilMlllKI 



33<f^ 



FILED 

In th* offir* of tKe S«cM^ry el IM* 



i^xecutitjc Bepartmtnt 

^tt or Caltfomia 



rCBg 11080 

MARCH FONT. fH S«MlW of r"»|l 



L'.UjiV 



PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, MIKE CURB, Acting Governor of the State of California, having 
found that conditions of extreme peril for the safety of persons and 
property caused by torrential storms resulting in severe flooding, mud 
slides, and other conditions commencing on or about January 8, 1980, and 
continuing to present, which, by reason of their magnitude, are beyond the 
control of the services, personnel, equipment, and facilities of the Co-onty 
of Santa Barbara, and having been requested by the Chairperson of the Board 
of Supervisors I proclaim a State of Emergency to exist in the County of 
Santa Barbara. 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 



^ r^,. c Sacramento 
Done at the City of 



this 



21st 



day of February, 1980. 




MIKE CURB 

ACTING GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



ATTEST 



;ST: /I 'H C 

■ Stdt 



Secretary of State 

by. 







irORMIA OFFICE or ITATB 1 



:?3?r 



Ciij- 



^" > L ^ D _ 



rrBP.iinsn 



3!xecutiDt Bcpartmcnt 

State of Calirornia 



KMipaiFflHG ni, SB-retoy d ?"*' 



EMERGENCY ORDER 

I, MIKE CURB, Acting Governor of the State of California, pursuant 
to Section 8571 of the California Emergency Services Act, do hereby suspend 
for the period of February 21, 1980 through February 28, 1980, Sections 1596, 
3651, 3652 and 3653 of Title 8 of the Construction Safety Orders of the 
Division of Industrial Safety as it relates to the use of California National 
Guard equipment. I have determined that strict compliance with these 
orders would prevent, hinder and delay the mitigation of the effects cf the 
emergency declared by Governor Brown February 19, 1980. 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 21st day of February 1980. 



MIKE CURB 

ACTING GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 






►TEST: 






3cretary of State 



Defputy Secrotajv 



V of Stntwi^ 



|>rjll(>-(/ in < iMUUHNlA «>IM<I. lit-' SIAI1-. I-HlNMNt: 



SAC TV THI<^ IS I 



POlJHAV'^TRFCFOR US??? 



FILED 

In A. n«. of tk« I***** .^' SW« 
e( tt «!«•• 0* toll', ■ > 

F::a noac 

MMICH FOHO lU, Soctit.., -! SU* 




fr25p.m. 



rvPC'iTIV'^ OR HP" 



I WIKF C'lP"^ , »CTIM 
YP Tuc "'ILITaRY ^ WD 
ON STST'^ ftOTIV^ D'JT 
TO aSSIST TMe- rKIEF 
Law FM="OPCFMPNT » VO 
<5tRJ«'CT TO ftPPoOPRl 
OM FMrpRC-MCY n'JTY, 
WflRRAMTS. S^^CTtO^' 



IT GOVFR 

VETFRft 

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OF POL 

Sl^C UR I 

aT^^ 0,UI 

ftND RFL 

Jo« OF 



EMERGENCY ORDER 



NOR OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIft, PURSUANT 
NS CODF. SECTION 146, I DO HERE3Y PLACE 
prPSONNFL AND EQUIPMENT AS .1AY BE REQUIRED 
IC«^ OF THE CITY OF PALM SPHINGS IN PROVIDING 
Ty"wtTHIM that CITY COMMENCING THIS DATE. 
DFLINFS SUCH PERSONNEL ARE TO BE PLACED 
I'^VED •mFREEROM AS EARLY AS THE SITUATION 
THE MILITARY 

AND VETERANS CODE IS 
on OF PARTICIPATION ON THIS MISSION. 



ftPOL!C«''LF O'.WIiwi THF P'^'RI 



I DIR'^CT'THAT AS SOON HEREAFTER AS POSSIBLE, THIS EXECUTIVE 
oonco nc ciLcn IM THC- OFFIC<^ OF TM"^ SECRETARY OF STATE. 

jM yiTNT'^S TH=-w=-oF^ i MaVF HEREUNTO SET MY HAND AND CAUSED THE 
nPFAT S«^AL OC- THE STATE OF C«LIFORNIA TO ^E AFFIXED. 

DO»T AT THr CITY nv/cfS /^i^<^^THIS -? / DAY OF FEBRUARY. 1980 

MIKE CURB 

ACTING GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 




I ^"S*) F«'B 80. GD 



ir. RF'^lON ftCK EXECUTIVE ORDER QD 21 



^ ,*•- w<. ^ 



RtCtlVtU 
AND F 1 1 E D 

In Ihti "'"ce d lh« Scao'cry a) SWl 

of Ik* Slot* «< ColHornla 

FEB 2 1 1980 

MARCH rONG EU, Secretary of Stat* 



E'-i^lRl^'-Y OR?.£R 






-c—T T^ •• 1 -:■ 



. TT T" « 1 ' 



<.~ ni 









.[■c^CL'TW: 



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tr* ' 



f\ -s ••*■ A 






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(. 1 




yOUCX 



■;;-JiJ^^^^''''^yT7:.iCr, C- CM IFOR Sn 




^ccR'^T'i^Y Or 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



State of California 



FILED 

Id tiM aHiu of Ik* Sxratory ef Stsia 

FEB J 3 1980 

MMCIL/ONO EU, SKratw of S'j 



EXECUTIVE ORDEP P61-80 



WHEREAS, the cost of both owned and rental housing in 
California is increasing at nearly twice the rate of house- 
hold income; and 

WHEREAS, the median price of new single-family dwelling 
units in California now exceeds $100,000; and 

WHEREAS, the sum total of all federal and state housing 
subsidies falls far short of meeting California's housing 
needs ; and 

WHEREAS, an increasing percentage of Calif ornians are 
paying more than they can afford for housing; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective 
immediately: 



THERE IS HEREBY CREATED the 
Housing Af fordability comprised of 
members, appointed by the Governor 
extent feasible include representa 
construction and manufactured hous 
and minority advocates, government 
labor. Members of the Task Force 
without compensation, but their re 
expenses may be reimbursed by the 
Community Development, if approved 



Governor ' s Task Force on 
no more than twenty (20) 
who shall to the maximum 
tives from the residential 
ing industries, consumer 

major employers, and 
shall serve voluntarily and 
asonable and necessary 
Department of Housing and 
in advance by the Director, 



The Task Force shall meet at least once each month 
during calendar year 1980 and advise the Department of Housing 
and Community Development on means by which the cost of housing 
can be reduced, particularly for low and moderate- income 
households. The Task Force shall make specific recommendations 
for legislation and programs to reduce the cost of all types 
of housing, including but not limited to the following areas: 

1. Reduce land costs 

Recommend methods to make more efficient use 
of developable land, including higher density 
uses, "density bonuses," in-filling, "inclu- 
sionary" zoning, conversion of surplus lands, 
and infrastructure development. 



EXLCUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



State of California 



page two 



Reduce construction costs 



Recommend ways to produce lower cost housing 
such as "no frills" starter homes, greater 
use of manufactured, mobile, and modular 
homes, new materials and techniques, and 
owner -built housing. 

3. Reduce financing costs 

Recommend innovative ways to develop and 
utilize below market interest rate financing 
and bonding techniques for both rental and 
owned housing, and to explore equity-sharing, 
public co-investment, and deferred payment 
mortgage instruments. 

4 . Reduce development costs 

Recommend ways to shorten the time required to 
bring a project to fruition, including fast 
permit process, use of development rights, and 
coordinated state and local approvals. 

5. Reduce energy and operating costs 

Recommend means of reducing the operating costs 
of housing, including the promotion of solar 
energy and energy conserving design and con- 
struction, encourage the development of housing 
near employment centers, providing other oppor- 
tunities for training in anticipation of home- 
ownership, and promoting innovative and cost 
effective rental housing management. 

6. Reduce costs due to overhead and profit 

Encourage and assist the formation and activities 
of non-profit and limited-profit housing spon- 
sors, and the utilization of limited equity co- 
operatives. 

In its deliberations on each of these components of 
housing cost, the Task Force should also consider how the state 
can proir.otr- piarket and community acceptance of affordable 
housing, how currently available public subsidies can more 
effectively be employed, how other public policies such as 



♦^ EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 
State of California 



page three 



and moderate-incSrhousehoinr w ^^^P^^^ed to benefit low 

a stock of housing afJor^bJeti an''cal?f^'°"''''^ ^"' "^^^"^^i" 
focus of the Task Force. Californians shall be the 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 

iTt .^.^^ ^*^^*^^ °f California 
to be affixed this l2th day 
of February, nineteen hundred 
and eighty. 




Governor of California 
ATTEST : 



W.a^A ?^/^ £ 



1 



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Secretary of State 






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h I L. ^ 

In Mw 0<kf ot rt(« S«<r«lDry of S»a»» 
of Mm Sto*« ot Coliternki 

MAR B - 1980 

www roUG W. Swrrtaqr of S?i*^ 



i^xenitioc ©tpartmtnt 

^tt of iDtfomia 



AMENDED 
EXECUTIVE ORDER B-61-80 



WHEREAS, the cost of both owned and rental housing in 
California is increasing at nearly twice the rate of house- 
hold income; and 

WHEREAS, the median price of new single-family dwelling 
units in California now exceeds $100,000; and 

WHEREAS, the sum total of all federal and state housing 
subsidies falls far short of meeting California's housing 
needs ; eind 

WHEREAS, an increasing percentage of Californians are 
paying more than they can afford for housing; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective 
immediately: 

THERE IS HEREBY CREATED the Governor's Task Force on 
Housing Af fordability comprised of members appointed by the 
Governor who, to the meiximum extent feasible, shall include 
representatives from the residential construction and manu- 
factured housing industries, consumer and minority advocates, 
government, major employers, and labor. Members of the Task 
Force shall serve voluntarily and without compensation, but 
their reasonable and necessary expenses may be reimbursed by 
the Department of Housing and Community Development, if 
approved in advcince by the Director. 

The Task Force shall meet at least once each month 
during calendar year 1980 and advise the Department of Housing 
and Community Development on means by which the cost of hous- 
ing can be reduced, particularly for low and moderate-income 
households. The Task Force shall make specific recommendations 
for legislation and programs to reduce the cost of all types 
of housing, including but not limited to the following areas: 




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PAGE TWO 



1- Reduce land costs 

Recommend methods to make more efficient 
use of developable land, including higher 
density uses, "density bonuses," in- 
filling, "inclusionary" zoning, conversion 
of surplus lands, and infrastructure 
development. 

2. Reduce construction costs 

Recommend ways to produce lower cost 
housing such as "no frills" starter homes, 
greater use of manufactured, mobile, and 
modular homes, new materials and techniques, 
cind owner-built housing. 

3. Reduce financing costs 

Recommend innovative ways to develop and 
utxlize below market interest rate financ- 
ing and bonding techniques for both rental 
and owned housing, and to explore equity- 
sharing, public co-investment, and deferred 
payment mortgage instruments. 

4- Reduce development costs 

Recommend ways to shorten the time required 
to bring a project to fruition, including 
fast permit process, use of development 
rights, and coordinated state and local 
approvals. 

^* Reduce e nercrv and operating costs 

Recommend means of reducing the operating 
costs of housing, including the promotion 
of solar energy and energy conserving de- 
sign and construction, encourage the 
development of housing near employment 
centers, providing other opportunities 
for training in anticipation of home- 
ownership, and promoting innovative and 
cost effective rental housing management. 



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PAGE THREE 



6. 



Reduce costs due t.n o verhead nnri p ^^^.^ 

Encourage and assist the formation and 
activities of non-profit and limited-pro- 
ff iV^i"^^^^ sponsors, and the utilization 
of limited equity co-operatives. 



housing cos?/?io?"k?Srcr T'^.^^ ^^""^ components of 
can promote Aarket^d co^unSv^^f ^ ^°"^i<i«r ^ow the state 
housing, how currently avJTl^h^^ acceptance of affordable 
effectively bj ompJoyod w oJ^ Public subsidies can more 
clusionary^ousii^f °Ll;J;raf L\^ hou inVcos'ts'^^^rSo:^ 'X 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 

fTl °^.V^^ ^^^^^ °f California 
to be affixed this JT^ ^ 

ei ht^'^^' "''■"®*^®" hundred and 




S^o, 



, ^ Fl LED 

•i *• Sm« •« CjMernia 



i^KCUtttit Bepartintnt 

^tt of Calfomia 



PROCIAMATIOli ^ 
OF A 
STATE OF EMERGENCY 



MAR t; - 1980 

RWB W. Swmtty of StlU 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, having 
found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property 
caused by rain storms, flooding, mudslides, erosion, wind, and in the coastal 
areas, high waves, commencing in the Counties of Santa Cruz on February 8, 
1980; Stanislaus on Febrxiary 15, 1980; Solano on February 16, 1980; and Mon- 
terey on February 18; and continuing to present, vrtiich by reason of their mag- 
nitude are beyond the control of the services, personnel, equipment cUid facil- j 
ities of affected Counties , and having been requested by the Chairpersons of 
the Boards of Supervisors, I proclaim a State of Emergency to exist in the 
Counties of: 

Santa Cruz Stanislaus 

Solano Monterey 



I FURTHER DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclama 
be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Great 
V Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 



Done at the City of Sacramento 



this 5th day of 




Secretary of State 




Stcrt* of ColHernia 

Memorandum 



To Gray Davis 

Executive Secretary and 

Chief of Staff 
Governor's Office 



from : D«partm«fit of Housing ond Community Development 

Oflk* »* •>•• Oiractar 



BwtineM •ltd Tron»portatlon AoMcy 



Dofe: March 5, 1980 

FILED 

In Hi» o«Bc« ot l»i« S«cr«)ory t^ ! 
ot Hie Stfrt* <k Colifonikl 



M^R5•1980 



Deputy 



S«i(>iect: 



Because of the eminent threat of danger to life and property in the Lake 
Elsinore area due to flood waters. I recommend that the Governor sign the 
emergency order waiving application of statutes dealing with payment bonds 
for public works, bidding of public works contracts, prevailing wages, 
and the State Contract Act. 




RorfcTld S. Javor 
General Counsel 



J^3 



M 



'""•JELLED 



l^xccotiDc ©cpartmtnt 

3tatc of Catforroa 







I 



EXECUTIVE EMERGENCY ORDER 
r=,ni=^^'-^^w"'^ ^- ^"^"^ '^^•' Governor of the State of 

specified in Government cS le«io„ esslTbl 1^??';"'^' °= 



1. 



4. 



All portions of the State Contract 
Act, Government Code Section 14250 
et seq. ; 

All portions of Chapter 7 (com- 
mencing with Section 3247) of Title 

cL?i ^T ^ °^ Division 3 of the 
Civil Code; 

All provisions contained in Article 
-^(commencing with Section 1770) of 

^t^f^u ^ ^^/^^"^ "^ °f Division 2 of 
the Labor Code; and 

Government Code Section 14780. 



I HEREBY DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible, this 






. 



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^att of (Lilifomia 




sJ^retaS ^llllZ °'^" "^ ''""" -«- "-- Office of tho 





Governor of Californic 



ATTEST : 



Secretary of State 



DoFuty 







^xtcutitie ©epartmtnt 

3tatt of (DWomia 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-64-80 



FILED 

In th* effin of liM SMratDcy ol Slirt* 
ol rtM Stata of ColHernia 



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Dwpirty 



unim,«**?^^^^' ^flif°^nia's varied cultural resources are 
unique and irreplaceable; and "^--et, are 

WHEREAS, California's cultural resources provide i-h« 
WHEREAS, the state itself must provide leadership in 



^1 j;o™i„?— o"„\"?L„°f 2^;,1S„^■%?-^ 

employment. DrotPft-ion r^f^ ..^-. __^ , ' ^ao-uamdnsnip, 

resources and energy 



WHEREAS, preservation of Californi 
also encourage education, recreatio 

employment, protection of scarce natural 

conservation; 



1. 



2. 



All state agencies shall initiate procedures as 
soon as possible to preserve and maintain Shen 
prudent and feasible all state-owned sites un- 
tn\i ^^\^''''^^^^''^^°'' eligible to be listed 
?L 5^.? «°"^^ Register of Historic Places, 
ine state Historic Preservation Officer shall 
provide other agencies with advice or assis- 
tance as needed, and all agencies shall sub- 
mit their proposed procedures to the State 
Historic Preservation Officer for review and 
comment no later than January 1, 1982. 

^.L^f^"" ""^r ■^'■'^^ ^' ^^^^' ^tate agencies 
cuSur^?''^"^°'^ ^^^ significant historic and 
cultural sites, structures and objects under 
their Durisdiction over 50 years of age which 
may qualify for listing on the NationI! Register 



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3u[t of Catfonua 



PAGE TWO 



Of Historic Places. Until such time as this 
inventor^' is completed, state agencies shall 
assure that any property which might qualify 
for listing is not inadvertently transferred 
or substantially altered. Questions regard- 
ing the eligibility of particular items for 
listing shall be referred to the State 
Historic Preservation Officer, who shall also 
be notified prior to any action which may 
endanger such items. 

The State Historic Preservation Officer is 
directed to advise and assist state agencies 
in the identification and preservation of 
their historic properties and provide local 
governments with information on methods to 
preserve their historical properties. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here- 
unto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 

6th day of March, nineteen 

hundred and eighty. 




Governor of CaK.fornia 



ATTEST : 



Secretary of state 

bv l/l/(uL/>/j/ / 4r»j,it^ 

Deputy Secretary /or 5i 



tato 



3^0^ 



■^ "»• 



i^xtnitiDt BepaTtmtnt 

^tatt of California 



FILED 



MMgtLTOMEUlKi 




PROCLAMATION 



I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the State of 
California, pursuant to Section 2553 of the Elections Code and 
Chapters 1 and 9 of the Statutes of 19 80, hereby Proclaim and 
order that a special election be held on the third day of June, 
1980, to be consolidated with the direct primary election to be 
held on that date. The following measures proposed by the 
Legislature, together with three initiative measures will be 
submitted to the qualified voters of the State of California on 
that date: 

PROPOSITION 1 PARKLAND AND RENEWABLE RESOURCES INVESTMENT 
IrOGRAM. Prov ides for a bond issue of $495,000,000 to be used 
for this program. 

PROPOSI TION 2 VETERANS BOND ACT OF 1980. Provides for a bond 
issue of $750,000,000 to provide farm and home aid for Cali- 
fornia veterans. 

PROPOSITION 3 STATE CAPITOL MAINTENANCE. Restricts authoriza- 
Sons for alt eration or modification of historically restored 
Capitol building and furniture. 

PROPOSITION 4 LOW RENT HOUSING. Eliminates present prior 
election appr oval for such state public body projects. Substi- 
tutes public notice and referendum procedure. 

PROPOSITION 5 FREEDOM OF PRESS. Prohibits contempt citation 
against news m edia employee for refusing to disclose information 
or sources. 

PROPOSITION 6 REAPPORTIONMENT. Repeals, amends, and restates 
ETo^sions of Constitution relating to reapportionment of 
Senate, Assembly, Congressional, and Board of Equalization 
districts. 

PROPOSITION 7 DISASTER ASSISTANCE. Permits governmental aid 
to persons in removing debris from private property in 
Presidentially declared major disasters or emergencies. 

PROPOSITION 8 ENERGY FACILITIES. Legislature may authorize 
state revenue bonds to finance alternative energy source 
facilities and lease or sell these facilities. 

PROPOSITION 9 TAXATION. INCOME. Provides that personal 
Income taxes shall not exceed 50% of 1978 rates. Exempts 
business inventories from property taxation. 

PROPOSITION 10 RENT. Permits rent control only by voter 
i^ved local ordinances. Permits arnual increases pursuant 
to specified standards. 



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i!xcnitit)E Bcpartmtnt 

^tatt of California 



-2- 



P PROPOSITION 11 TAXATION. SURTAX. Levies 10% surtax on 
California oil companies business income to fund alternative 
services — fuels. Allows investment tax credit. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
hereto this //i» day of March, 19 80. 




frHtti km CAtivoiNik ofrici o» iT»Ti riiNTiHS 



S^k>L 



PROCLAIIATION 



FILED _^ 

MAR 1 7 1980 

■MM nW Hi SwUMf 4 pi* /* 



I MIKE CURB, Acting Governor of the State of 
California hereby direct that the flag of the United States 

lations or places, prescribed in Sections 431 and 432 of 
the Government Code for a period of 36 hours conunencing at 
12:00 PM on Monday. March 17. 1980, in memory of those 
califomian members of the U. S. Boxing Team who lost their 
lives in the recent air tragedy. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand 

and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 

affixed this 17th day of March, 1980. 




ST: 




MIKE CURB 



M^a\c(!\ w^i ^^ 



Secretary of State 




31^0 y 



l^xenitioc department 

dtateorCalirornia 



Fl LED ^ 

MAR 2 5 ^980 

EXECUTIVE ORDER C-2-80 ^ ^\^'^ j^j^ 
rA T.TFORNIA COmiSSION ON CITI ZEN PARTICIPATION 
IN GOVERNMENT 

WHEREAS: The independent boards and commissions of the 
WHERbAb. i^_^^^ of California are indispensable components 

of government by and for the citizens of this 

state; and 

WHEREAS: California's independent boards and commissions 
require participation by citizens from every 
aspect of California's society; and 

WHEREAS: Preservation and encouragement of an independent 
WHEREAb. ^^^.^.^^y ^^^^ represents the highest standards of 

competence and ability is a matter of utmost 

priority; and 

WHEREAS- It is in the best interests of California government 
WHEREAS. it^ ^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ encourage citizen 

participation in every aspect of state activity; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, MIKE CURB, Acting Governor 
of California, hereby establish in the Office of Lieutenant 
Governor the California Commission on Citizen Participation 
in Government. 

The duties of the California Commission on Citizen 
Participation in Government ("Commission") shall be as 
follows : 



FIRST: 



SECOND : 



THIRD: 



The Commission shall examine the status and 
functions of all boards, commissions and indepen- 
dent agencies currently listed in the official 
Appointments Register of the State of California, 
as well as vacancies on the justice courts and 
courts of record of this state; 

The Commission shall design and implement 
mechanisms to search out the best individuals from 
every walk of life and every aspect of California s 
multifaceted society to serve on this state s inde- 
pendent boards, commissions and agencies as well as 
the justice courts and courts of record of this 
state; 

The Commission shall establish standards for eval- 
uating individuals and their potential for ren- 
dering service to state government; 



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Page Two 

Executive Order C-2-80 



FOURTH : 



FIFTH: 



SIXTH: 



SEVENTH: 



EIGHTH: 
NINTH: 



cedure^^o ""•'^^^^.'^^^^g" ^"^ implement pro- 
SSallfL^r.- ''^^P ^"'^ evaluate the names and 
SenJeS bv^?V' P^'^'T" ^"bmitted or recom- 
mended by all sources throughout California; 

ceSurer'trPn!? "^^^^ '^t'^^'' ^"'^ implement pro- 
by se?lctionT"h^^^ '^°?^ individuals identified 
DoJfJ^^ ? mechanism of the Commission to accent 
positions in state government; accept 

H^rn^?™^^"^" ^^^^1 appoint and provide policv 
direction and review the actions of its iSdici T 

reC e:'an3 ff-^-i"-. which subco^-^L'tee'si; 1 

anri;aru.^t[on^°r?h^e^s?^?:^"a^i^^°L?f,„™^fr" 
pursuant to statute and. upon completion ^ the 
statutory requirements, for judicial appointments; 

The Commission shall report to the Lieutenant 
Governor on a regular basis concerning resuUs of 
ihl^^^^''u^■ ^^^l^^tion and review activities and 

ofiich" n^iL^du^^: ars:"?oLr^^^°^ ^"^ "^-^ 

diqrrPM-^r, vjLuuais as the Commission may, in its 

?his" ate'staJious^bJardr"' '°^ appo^Atments'to 
acenriP^ ^various boards, commissions and 

SitS the Officio f%'H'™r"'^^''°"" ^^^11 be shared 
witn the Office of the Governor where appropriate; 

S%heTJ::rrf "'' "'''''''' °' '' --•^-^ appointed 

L'Le'J\T?h^rCo'S^!-?J,^^^^l — as an ex-officio 
I hereby direct that the 



Governor's off ce%hal^prov?S/^ tl.'''r °' ^^^ Lieutenant 
support services as mav hJ n ° ^^^ Commission such 

designated herein ^ necessary to perform the duties 

and caused'?hr^G™reat ^af o^' tL'sT.'^^^."?^° ^^ "^^ ^^^ 
af f^ix^d^ar, Los An^ele^^^Ji^f .^5:/^f^^,^^^al j^o-ia to be 





<- -£■<,- Ui,^^ - 



Mike CURB, Acting Governor 
of California 

i>ecretary ot Utate " 



^OliSQX^ 



"""""* '"•l" "f .lAlli 1.MNTIKO 



3¥o^ 



^xrrutiDc ©cpartmcnt 

State of Californio 



J of (.^ ^ 

»• *o S»oi. o< ColMo^nto I 
"•A^roW EU. Swrefsrv rf ■ 



EXECUTIVE ORDER C-1-80 



develop b^th a ?ederal^;nH of ?^'^"°:^l«dged the need to 
nut.t.on .esea^cfan^ S^n^lo-^^f b^^?,- J-^LS^i^- 

esti.S"?^at"."a'[n'u1°itron an^f S ^^^-^^i- ^^^ve 

to one-third of the^Na'tion ' s'Sfaf?rcosts?"anf ''' contribute 

^nnTfTkirornilTZ', '^^^^ ^^ approximately 518.5 

the worf of pubUc'and nrT.tV ^^^-tively coordinate 
nutrition edScaMon ^ff^rJ^fLd ''"' ^'^'"^ "^"'^"^^ 

need Tnf desire "t'o'brnro'J^r ^^P^^^-^d an increased 
and inforSxon; anS ^""^^^'^^ ^^^^ nutritional guidelines 

WHEREAS, The Califnrni-3 n • 

Nutrition has >>^er.'iii:ZrsL',Ti'dtrt^To'f?r' ""' 



Lieutenant Governoi 



ce of the 



ActingT;ve™n\\^^o°?\;; S^L'^o^f Lff^- -- --, 
the power and authority vested in i^K^"^^' ^^ ^^^^"^ °f 
and the statutes of the Stite of ra?if^ ^^^ Constitution 
rescind Executive Order D-2-?8 InS "^u^ ^° ^^'^^^i' 
order to become effective xWdSeiy!"" ''^^ Hxecutive 

IT IS ORDERED THAT: 

hereby •esJabjJs'heS^Jn' thrif^'ce of th"' r ^""^ ^"^^^^^^ ^ 
The Lieutenant Governor shall hL Lieutenant Governor, 
administering the activi M «e ^^Z ^^^ponsibility for 
on Food and Nutrition ''S:cLsarv':tafJ''°""'^ Commission 
Commission shall be provided bvthroff-^^''''i''^^ ^°'' ^he 
Governor. proviaed by the Office of the Lieutenant 



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Page Two 

Executive Order C-1-80 



2. The Commission shall be composed of fifteen (15) 
members appointed by the Lieutenant Governor, effective 
following the issuance of this Executive Order, and shall 
consist of the following: 

A. One individual who is a representative 

of the State Department of Food and Agriculture. 

B. One individual who is a representative 
of the California Commission on Agriculture. 

C. One individual who is a representative 
of the State Health and Welfare Agency. 

D. One California State Senator. 

E. One Member of the California State Assembly. 

F. One individual who is representative of 
the Food and Nutrition Industry. 

G. One individual who is representative of 
Consumers and Consumer Groups. 

H. Eight (8) individuals who are representative 
of, and have a mutual interest in, the Food and 
Nutrition Community. 

A vacancy on the Commission shall be filled in the 
same manner in which the original appointment was made. A 
Chairperson of the Commission shall be designated by the 
Lieutenant Governor. 

3. Members of the Commission shall serve at the pleasure 
of the Lieutenant Governor. 

4. Eight (8) members of the Commission shall consti- 
tute a quorum. The Commission shall act by an affirmative 
vote of the majority of its fifteen (15) members. 

5. The Commission shall meet at the call of the 
Chairperson, or at the call of a majority of the members 
of the Commission. 

6. The Commission shall be responsible for the 
following: 



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Page Three 

Executive Order C-1-80 



A. Preparing and submitting reconmiendations 

to the Governor and Lieutenant Governor relative 
to the relationship between nutrition and state 
government in an effort to recognize and satisfy 
the nutritional educational needs of California. 
Copies of recommendations shall be made avail- 
able to members of the Legislature and to the 
public. 

B. Establishing procedures and criteria for 
reviewing and evaluating the effectiveness 
and efficiency of activities and programs in 
the field of nutritional education and nutri- 
tional education research. 

C. Enlisting ^he cooperation of industry, 
voluntary and professional organizations, 
consumer groups, local, state and federal 
government agencies in carrying out its duties 
and responsibilities. 

7. This Order shall remain in effect only until 
January 1, 1982 and as of such date is repealed unless 
otherwise extended. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this vV^ 
day of March, nineteen 
hundred and eighty. 





IIKE CURB, Acting Governor 
of California 



ATTEST: 



MARCH FONG KH I 



MARCH FONG EU 
Secretary of State 



by 



:T) 



A 



<-^<-* /i^ 



)oputy Liccrotary of State ' 



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3V^? 



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In »l» tMrr r» *• S^trrtory of S»c', 



lExtniriDc Bcparnncnt 

5»tJttofCjlifoniu 



PROCLAMATIOJJ — v vT 



J^/^^jie^ /tH<^i' <^ 



WHEREAS, the Annual West Virginia Strawberry Festival, 
each year drawing 100,000 visitors, will be held in Buck- 
hannon. West Virginia from May 28 through June 1st; and 

WHEREAS, the Quartz Hill High School Band has been 
selected by officials of the Festival to represent the 
State of California as Ambassadors of Good Will for the 
State of California to the 1980 West Virginia Strawberry 
Festival; and 

WHEREAS, the Band was organized in 1954 and now is 
under the direction of Mr. Joseph L. Giesler and is 
composed of 85 musicians; a 25-member auxiliary unit, 
and a drill team having an additional 36 students; and 

V/HEREAS, the Quartz Hill High Band has accumulated 
more than 100 awards throughout California; and 

WHEREAS, this fine aggregation of California students 
has been selected as one of two Honor Bands from the 
entire United States, the other Group representing 
Cheyenne, Wyoming; and 

WHEREAS, all Californians can be justly proud and 
supportive of the laudable goals and accomplishments of 
these secondary school students and their Director; 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that I proclaim that 
the Quartz Hill High School Band members are appointed 
the Official Ambassadors of Good Will for the State of 
California to the 1980 West Virginia Strawberry Festival. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this Jt*/I^ 

day of //joA/cJC 

nineteen'^rtcmdred' and eighty. 





MTKE CURB, Acting Governor 
of California 

ATTEST: 



MARCH FONG EU ' 
- ^ -- Secretary of Statj^ 

Mnuri to CAlirawiA ovncl or •r»Tt iiuntino 



'Deputy SooroLary of State 



3'ffo 



r 1 1- ED 



MAR25B80 



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^Exccutivic Bepartment 

;5utt of (Lilifoniia 



Executive Order B 64-80 



WHEREAS, Chapter 656 of the Statutes of 1979 provides that 
specified employees of the California State University and 
Colleges who are members of the Public Employees' Retirement 
Syster or the State Teachers' Retirement System are eligible to 
receive additional service credit upon a finding that such 
credits would be in the best interest of the State; and 

WHEREAS, Due to the impending curtailment of and/or change 
in the manner of performing services resulting from decreased 
public revenues the Board of Trustees of the California State 
University and Colleges has recommended that the provisions of 
Chapter 656 of the Statutes of 1979 be implemented; and 

WHEREAS, minimizing the number of mandatory transfers, 
demotions and layoffs will avoid unnecessary economic and social 
hardships for employees of the California State University and 
Colleges and the State itself; and 

WHEREAS, any reduction in employees will allow for a 
vigorous affirmative action recruitment program which will serve 
the social and economic interests of the citizens and the State 
of California; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority vested 
in me by the Constitution and statutes of tlie State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby find and declare that because of an impending 
curtailment of £md/or change in the meinner of performing service 
the best interests of the State of California would be served by 
implementing Chapter 656 of the Statutes of 1979 authorizing 
additional service credits for specified employees of the Cali- 
fornia State University and Colleges. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 20th day of 
March, nineteen hundred and 
eighty. 





Governor of Ccflifornia 



ATTEST : 



lyUi(A6C\^w^ '^ 



Secretary of state 



Dopu'^Socrot 




tary of St6/te 



j^/7 



of if. 



ixcnitujc ©cpartmcnt 

3tJtc of Caiifomu 



MARRH fONfl fU Snrnrtay cf ?*| 




PUBLIC INVESTMENT TASK FORCE 



WHEREAS, the people and state of California have a need 
fhf ^ ^apital in certain geographic areas, portions of 
l?ln^^Kf^''it°"'-^"'^ sectors of the economy ---- especially 
and iob oL^^^f'"'^' ^It^^^^tive energy, small business? ^ 
and job-generating economic development; 

?unSf ^; H^'f ^'° ''^''^°" °^ ^t^te and local retirement 
unSeru^fn *^^'"P°"^^ly i^le public funds represent a vast 

needs whfirfn"''" '^^^^^ ?^" ^^ ^"^"^^'^ °" California's 
needs while ensuring profitability and security for the 
pension system members; ^ 

^S^f: ^^^ California tax base is the major contributor 
fnH H ^^^ guarantor of public employee retirement funds 
increase? !n"^at""""^"r'"^ economic climate ITrol/t^^" 
tax retinues ^"vestments which will generate gLater 




WHEREAS, the state revenues continue to shrink as a result 



WHEREAS, matching these funds with public need 



the creation of 



new investment vehicles; 



requires 



NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. 



State of rIVVfA ' '=•'^^^0 0. BROWN JR., Governor of the 
?n«!!.°5 ?!^i:5°"^f/ ^l ^^^t"« °f the power and authori 



invested 



Q^,* ^ ^",""1 "^y the Constitution and Statutes of the 
effi^.? California do hereby issue this orde 
effective immediately; 



thority 
the 
r , to become 



i^SK ?ORCF %o f^^'^ ^" advisory PUBLIC INVESTMENTS 
i^hf „r ' ^° ^"vestigate and propose new ways in which 
the massive resources of state and local pension ?unds 
and temporarily idle funds can meet public need in a 
manner which is prudent. 



r 



ixccunuc Bcpartmtnt 

^(jtt or California 



-2- 



ZTtll stale and consumer services '^^°"=^' "fP^jal oftlee. 

rxrr-.e;^s:Trir.vrroSrafu/a^aTitreir?oip°e„.auo„. 

3. The PUBLIC INVESTMKNTS TASK FORCE shall have the 
following responsibilities: 

— Develop specific proposals for new investment 
alternaSes^hat arc both prudent and responsive to 
the needs which California faces ^"^^he areas of 
affordable housing, small business development, alter 
native eierS^resource development, and job creatxon. 

— Develop general guidelines to assure that public 
investmen? practices meet socially responsible criteria 
and public interest goals. 

- Recommend any necessary changes in California tax 
and pension laws and regulations that will facilitate 
new investment alternatives. 

- Focus on the investment of state, local, and county 
tem^ra?i!; idle funds and retirement ^-Js, including 
the Public Employees Retirement System the State 
Teachers Retirement System, and the ""■'■^ersity ot 
California Retirement adn Endowment Funds. 

- Meet regularly for a period of no longer than one 
year and conduct public hearings as appropriate to 
obtain broad public input. 

— issue a final report to the Governor and Legislature 
no iTtTr than one year after the '^^^^ IZll^lllf'^''''- 
lient and such interim reports as are appropriate. 

4 All State agencies, departments, and commissions are 
2l3t day of March, nineteen hundred and ei ghty. 




'EDMUND G .^ BRCf^Jfl VTR . 
Governor of California 




^tal>« to e.tir(ji»t« o»rKi o, ".n hihiino 



m- 



i^xcnititJt Bcpartmfnt 

^tt of CabToniia 




-3- 



ATTEST: 




tec. 



Secretary of State 

b y A >w^ k'/J t^j L i^ 

D^uty Secretary // State 





priHimd in CALirnttNt 



A ftrricK or ar*Tm i 



Jf'/^ 



i!xcrntit)e ©epartment 

3catc of CalTomia 




PROCLAMATION 



It is most appropriate that we set aside a time 
to reflect on the genocide of Armenians in Turkey 

cr^e^tyTnfircll/^'' °' '^'^ ^^"^"^>'- ^Se'tragL 
cruelty inflicted upon more than one and one half 

ti^ H^v T"'^"^ ^^*^^°^" ^^15 and 1918 marks one of 
the darkest periods in the history of the world 
In calling attention to the events of that ?[me' we 
can learn much about the dangersof tyranny, biqotrv 
and ignorance Hopefully, we can come ?o^unde?sSd 

and wrcan'reaff'°"''' '^"'"^ "^°"*^ ^^^^ human sufJSring, 
them ^^^"irm our commitment to guarding against 

A I' therefore, proclaim in the State of Calif omi;, 

cit?L ^.'''° "" '^"^" °^y °^ Remembrance and encourage 
citizens to pay tribute to those who perished in th^^ 
period of oppression and reaffirm our cStmen? to th. 
principles of human equality and justice ^ 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 24th 
day of April, 1980. 




eSmUND Vg ; BROWll ^R . 



Governor 



ATTEST: 




In CALIPOIINIA OPPICK OP fTATK I 



Deputy' Socrota^/ o: 



of State 



J^V^ 



FILED 

In the offit* ol t*>» Utirttf.t^ »' S^ot* 




^xcnittot Bcpartment 

^m of (Diifomia 



I, EDMUND G. 3R0^TN JR., Governor of the State of 
California, hereby direct that the flag of the United States 
and the Bear Flag will be flown at half staff at all 
installations or olaces, prescribed in Sections 4 31 and 4 32 
of the Government Code for a period of 120 hours commencing 
Saturday, April 26, 1930, in momory of Air Force Captain 
Richard L. Bakke of Long Beach and the other servicemen who 
lost their lives in the Iranian rescue mission. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
■ affixed this 25th day of April, 1930. 




GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA ^ 

Secretary of State 






■ ,j= 



J>*/^ 



l!xccotft)c Bcpartmtnt 

^tc or CalTomia 



^ FILED 

MIk* a1tt» of *« S»fr»loiy «< Sxrt, 

APR 3 01980 

MARCH FOMi U; S«uta(y cf £';:i 



PROCLAMATION 



Of Asi^f ^and o^hLT ""i^l^^" Californians are descendants 
or Asian and other Pacific peoples; and 

^ho ^'*"^^f'^S, California has benefited immeasurably from 
who h f^^"'"K ?°"tributions of Asian and Pacific peopTes 
who helped to build the state from its earliest daysHnd 

WHEREAS, the rich cultures and deeply respected ♦■r;,Hi- 

t;rvitfltr"%^"'' '"^'''" P^°P^^^ continue to^enhance^^' 
the vitality of our state and the quality of lives; and 

WHEREAS, the ties of friendship, commerce, culture ;,nH 

tCe:rc:Ufo?nrr''r^'° '^^^^°P ^^^ mtercon^ection'^be-"' 
tween California and its Pacific Basin neighbors; and 

WHEREAS, California is honored to acknowledge the irr*»- 

sta^.''o^rT^''^°^^' ^' ^^""""^ G- Brown Jr., Governor of the 

vestid m 1 bv'th'V^^ r'"^'"" °^ *^^^ power 'and au?Sor?ty ^ 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the 

wee1^fMay'7'°'^?r'l^«n'^'^^'^ '^^^^^^ and'p?oclaim\he 
weeK ot May 7-13, 1980, as Asian Pacific Heritage Week. 



this 1st day of May, 1980. dtnxea 





EDMUND Gl BR(3WN JR 
Governor 




ATTEST: 



\^Am(A iTnccy UA^ 



\ 



Secretary of State 

spi/ty SecroLai 



De 




otate 



vrinird in rALironNlA orrio or rrATE frintwo 



^^/s- 



H^xtcutioc Btpartmtnt 

^att of Cahforraa 



FILED 

In th. . •'. of ** ^«^ "' **"• 
MARCH fONC tU. S«r»tar; J'StaW 



Dtputy 




MARCH FONG ED 

' by ^^^^-^^ /^.^i^^L^ 



Deputy Secretary of CLat» 



3^/^ 



3£xcnitit)t Btpartmtnt 

^tatc of California 



FILED 

MA^ 7-1930'" 

MARCHimatU, S«cr^r. .! iit.'le 
Dtputy j 



TUYEN CAO 



X4t rang tren m6t tri^u dan California la con chAu, d6ng 
doi cua cac dan 'toe chau A va vung Thii Binh Dvidng. 

Xet rang bang California da hubng bi^'t bao^l(}i ich nhci 
cac no" Idc va sii dong gop ciia ngvf6i dSn chau A va vung 
Thai Binh Dil6ng — nhilng ngu6i j3a gop phan vho c6ng cu6c 
xay ddng bang California tvf' nhJng ngay dau ti4n. 

Xet rang van hoa phong phu cung vcii truy^n thong dang kinh 
cua cac dan t^c chau a' va vung Thai Binh Diidng ti^p t^c 
nang cac giong linh dong cua bang va pham chat cua dbi 
s6'ng . 

Xet rang cac m6'i day than hdu, thdting mai, van hoa, va 
cam thong tiep tuc phat trien moi lien he giiia bang Cali- 
fornia va xom gi^ng vung bien Thai Binh. 

Xet rang bang California lay lam vinh hanh nhin nhSn vai 
tro khong thd' thay the dd<»c ciia cac dan t6c chSu A va vung 
Thai Binh Ddbng trongvi^c gay dilng, phat tri&n bang Cali- 
fornia va tUbng lai cua bang. 

BeJi cac le tren, toi, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Thong Coc^bang 
California, vdi td each v^ tham quy&n ddftc cSp cho toi ^, 
b'di hi^'n phap va qui ch^' cua bang, nay tuyen dddng va bo 
cao rang tuan le" td" ngay 7 den ngay 13 thing 5 n^m^ 1980 
la Tuan Le" Di San Cua Ngdbi Chau k va Vung Thai Binh Dddng, 

Sau khi da duyet xet ban van nay , ^ toi di'ch than ky ten va 
dong trien cua "bang California ddcJi ban van ngay/»^ thang 
5, nam 1980. 




EDMUND G. BROWN JR. 
Thong €>6c 



Nh3n thdc chd ky: 



MARCH FONG EU 
Bo Trddng Noi Vu 



Deputy Ec-iuLary oi State 



3¥/7 



In A. <Jfe. of *• S«r»te»v of »o1» 

,( * ■ mtt- .->! Collffsfnla 



I^xenitioc Btpartmcnt 

^tt of Catfonua 



==^Tf;t^ - 1080 ' 

MARCH FONG EU, Sacretery il St^^* 
Dtpu^/ i 



iii "-i^^^i '\^A i£Jf^4 ^l!M 4^1*^ •»[ 'H^'?)' "^'^ 
^■i\^o^ ^Al 'V'Mi^ ^ ^^^i** "^-^ ^'^ -^^J- -^"^ '^^^*! ^ 

i^n^ isl^Js-i 1H^^ awl y oj-?: ul- 5|Si-|rMtK 

«i ^ i!«^ , ^It ^ 'i^ ^ -^t^ :S|xH4 i'+o^ '4 el 5^4 ^ il- ♦!• 

1i 211^4 ^x i^il •14 "-^''il^f ^J-2«-| ^i« "H^ ^^^'^ 
«it ^71- ^-sL 2t»i H?<4«l si'^tU Jilt ^*'I iUi 44StH 

^ 5>^ 7^ j}e4 (34 Ax\ ^ 4*i=?ii oM^lol- ■^=Hi^°«J= <^?l::^7f- 




4 2l5,M4 -? dl4t} t ^'{L * 



EDMUND G. BROWN JR, 



^\A\ 



at-^{ lo! ^ I 

MARCH FONG EU 

^4 ^.t4 



cu^ 



bv C^ ^^^ A^<~^c^ ^. 

Deputy Seorotaiy oi' State 



jy/y 



FILED 



V,Av7 -1080 

MARCJLFOIJO tU. S«cteUr, 



iExtcutitJE ©cpartment 

^tt of Catfoma 



By 



Deputy 









:^^Ea/*ik5^^#.i^ 



)^:Ji/^^ ^4^M4ig;^^^^^ii-'<^^^Mt 






^iii^^s^-^^^k^i 



■P^^Ji44:UfJ^ 





Edmund G. Brown Jr. 
March Fong Eu 



gep^ity SooroLavy of 5 




«ft?|- 



State 



3HJ 



3!xtcutitiE ©epartment 

^u of CJlifomia 



FILED _ 

«) Mi<. "inw p' Cotllerrij 

MA^7-1980 

MARCH FWO tU. Swrrttty ^.1 Stata 
Deputy jl 



PAHAYAG 



SAPAGKA'T, mahiRit na isariR milyotiK taga Kallpornlya ay 
mga inanak ng taga Asya at np ibang mga tao sa Pasipiko; at 

SAPAGKA'T, ang Kallporniya ay higit na nakinabang sa pag- 
sisikap at pag-aabuloy ng mga taga Asya at Pasipiko na tumu- 
long sa pagtayo ng t^stado buhat pa ncong unang panahon ; at 

SAPAGKA'T, ang mahalagang kalinangan at labis na igina- 
galang na kaugallan ng mga taga Asya at Pasipiko ay patuloy 
ng dumaragdag sa kasiglaan ng ating estado at katangian ng 
buhay; at 

SAPAGKA'T, ang mga ugnay ng pagkakalbigan , pangangalakal , 
kalinangan at pag-uunawaan ay patuloy na pinabubuti ang pag- 
sasamahan ng Kallporniya at ng mga katabing taga Pasipiko; at , 

SAPAGKA'T, ang Kallporniya ay Iglnagalang na kilalanln 
ang dl-mapapalitang tungkulln ng mga taga Asya at Pasipiko sa 
pagbubuti ng ating estado at ng kanyang klnabukusan: |j 

NGAYON, DAHILAN DITO, ako , si Edmund G. Brown Jr., 
Gubernador ng Estado ng Kallporniya, sa pamamagltan ng bisa ^ 
ng kapangyarihan at karapatan na ibinigay sa akin ng Konsti- 
tusyon at batas ng Kallporniya, ay nagpapahayag at nagpapata- 
lastas na ang linggo ng Mayo 7 - 13, 1980, ay gawin Lmggong 
Pagmamana ng Asya Pasipiko. 



SA PAGPAPATUNAY NITO ay Itlnakda ko dlto ang aking 
kapan,Tyarihan at inilagay ko ang Dakilang Selyo ng Estado 
ng Kalipurniya upang maldlklt ngayon sa Ika- / jh araw 

ng Mayo, 1980. 



'5SS-r:r 



V / - 




Edmund G. Brown Jr. 
Gubernador 



SUMASAKSI : 

March Fong Eu 
Kallhlm ng Estado 



Deputy occrsilar 



<^U^^f>^^ 



y of State 



3¥f^o 




^xecutitit Btpartmtnt 

^tc of CattfomiQ 



PILED 

MAY r -1930 

MMCM rOMQ EU, S^fifir. ^-f St:tt > 

Dipuiy 



WHEREAS, Cinco de Mayo is a significant Mexican holiday 
commemorating the great victory of Mexico's people over the 
forces of Napoleon III in 1862; and 

WHEREAS, people of Mexican descent everywhere celebrate 
this date as a milestone in Mexico's struggle for indepen- 
dence and cultural integrity; and 

WHEREAS, this date is rightly commemorated throughout 
California, a state which proudly bears the legacy and in- 
fluence of Mexican heritage; and 

WHEREAS, Mexican-Americans have contributed to the well- 
being of our state and are striving to better California; 

THEREFORE, I HEREBY PROCLAIM May 5th as Cinco de Mayo 
and urge all Californians to commemorate this historic date 
and to celebrate the richness, the color, and the vitality 
of the Mexican heritage in our state. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this jL- ^ '\A 
day of May 1980. 





,<yt»^ 



Governor of California 



fTEST: 



iretary of Stl 



y ot state 

MSJSLV 

Deputy I Secrotaw of Slate 




printed in califobnia orricK or itate pbintinc 



J^A/ 




IJxtcutiDt Btpartmtnt 

^tt of Caliromia 



FILED 

MwaiHJNfi Eli S«rat»y c( f" ■ 



,— / 



WHEREAS, our nation's strength is -°f ^^j^.^lJl^f^J^st'em; 
pies of industry, creativity, and the free enterpr 

and 

WHEREAS, Californians be-^^^^^-^Jf .-^^^Lrbrsrall 
manufactured, services rendered, and jobs createa oy 

businesses; and 

uTWPRPAq the State of California has encouraged small 
WHERiAS, the ^^^^^ "'", . ^are of state government con- 

^jUKrtL^ea-n T.^' s^ll ^ess pa.U.lpation wit. 

the st4te by 50 percent since 197 5; and 

WHEREAS California has eliminated the Business Inven- 
Wnr.K£<<^a, v-ax *»■•-"■•■■' pinannial burden on small 

tory Tax, greatly l^^^^"^"^,^^%^^?^^sses to locate in Cali- 
businesses and encouraging new businesses 

fornia; and 

WHEREAS California remains committed to a strong busi- 
nessTl^at; S'ihich small businesses can compete and 
succeed in the marketplace; and 

last five years; 

THEREFORE, I hereby P"=|;''» "f caiifS'.nUns'to'reflec't 

in small business. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 8th 
day of May 1980. 








Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

stab 



Secretary of State 



mu 



Deputy S«or©tttry of St«t«- 

prtnlfd M CALironNfA orricl or ITATK FWHTIMO 



3¥^:i^ 



FILED 



In lilt ^^• tH f*w * ■■■ " ' " I ^ ' 
^ ill '<-«- • Co'lV*-'j 




£xtcutit)t Btpartmtnt 

<5tatt of CafifomiQ 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B 59-80 



MARCH F0t4G EU, S«cr*Ury^r S 



Dtp.r, 




of all the people of this state, 

.. 1.^ r^f upll-beinq through self- 
WHEREAS, wellness, a f ^^^^^^^ss, stre.4 management, 
responsibility, """itional awareness^ fitness, is recog- 
environmental sensitivity and P^y^^c^J 
nized to be the optimum state ot oeiny, 

V«1EREAS, there is an i-^f j^J -srhitrty^for'th^tr' 
tX^-^ -efterin^ie^^enrirh^alth cLe decision 

making; and 

■ ..^A ♦■hafr the individual is the 
WHEREAS, it i-.^^^°^"tJf i^'t^prSved health for our 
key and most promising factor in v 
population; and 

. J i-haf individuals who are 

WHEREAS, it is recognized ^hat indiv ^.^ ^^^^ 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, ^"""^ ,^;,/^°"he'^.erinria?hot 1 ty 
the State of CaUEotnia. J^y v.ttoe ot po^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^^^ 

rt^StiiCtriarao'LSSri^sur^.is E^e^tUe Ot.et to 
become effective immediately; 



1. 



2. 



^:i^^'\^^ rre?fneL; ^z^- 

?o be designated ^Y^nd serving at^t ^P^.^^^ 
^Ljelt'trapr-valVtSe Council, an Advisory 
Co^ittee to^ssist the Council. 

^^^l?:;KSri"iu:t£S P.... 

similar activities. 



,rt,rt«| i. c»i.i»oiu..A cjrric« or itati 1 



^— a 



iJxfnitit)t Btpartmtnt 

Saa tS Catfomia ^ ^ 

- Assist schools in developing health an<3 Phys- 
ical £itness programs for students, including 
those with special needs. 4^,-^., 

- Encourage local governments and communities 

to develop local wellness and physical fitness 
programs. ■ ■ ■, 

- Enlist the support of individuals, civil 
groups, amateur and professional sports asso- 
ciations and other organizations to promote 
and improve wellness and physical fitness 
programs. 

- Assist business, industry and labor organiza- 
tions in establishim sound physical fitness 
programs to improve «>mployee health and reduce 
the costs resulting irom physical inactivity. 

- Stimulate wellness end physical fitness re- 
search. . , , t» 

- Give recognition to outstanding developments 
and achievements in, and contr ibutioni. to, 
wellness and physical fitness. 

- Collect and disseminate wellness and physical 
fitness information, and initiate advertising 
campaigns promoting physical fitness and well- 
ness. 

4. Members of the Council and Advisory Committee shall 
serve without compensation, but shall be reimbursed 
for their actual expenses. The Governor shall 
appoint an Executive Director and staff for the 
Council as needed. 

The Council is authorized to receive and disburse, 
on behalf of the Governor, federal and other funds 
made available to promote physical fitness and 
wellness. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 8th 
day oa Ma:/ .. 1980 



5. 





Governor 
ATTEST: 



Secretary of Stbte 



trd in CALirollKIA OFFICI or JTATE PRINTINO 



iJeputy Secretary of State 



3y:f3 



IJxtfotiot Btpartmcnt 

3att of CalTomiQ 



PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATL OF liMFRGF.NCY 



FILED 

In Km •«<» of *• S«»««wr <* »<* 
of i<M Skit* ef Colltwnii 

MW^fONS £11. aKTBtaiy rt St* 




I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the State of 
California, having been informed that a catastrophic failure 
of a section of Route 101, 4.36 miles north of Leggett in 
the County of Mendocino. State of California, hereby proclaim 
the existence of a State of Emergency in the County of 
Mendocino, within the meaning of Section 125, Title 23, 
United States Code. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and 
j caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 21st day of 
April, 1980. 





ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



by. 



7 




£jJhAMji'^4!u<y 



Dopu^Jfy Sc^rclaiy vi' vfFTe~ 



iJxcnimic department 

dCJtc or California 



h I u t. D 

In Hw o«c« of Km Ssc wHy 0> Sto*- 
of rtw Slot* o( CflWcnto 

f'AY2^"1980 



PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, 
having found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons 
and property exist within the County of Mono, as a result of a series of 
earthquakes which began on May 25, 1980, and which by reason of their 
Magnitudes are beyond the control of the services, personnel, equipment 
and facilities of said County, and having been requested by the Chairman 
of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Mono to proclaim a State of 
I Emergency in said County, I therefore, proclaim the existence of a State 
of Bnergency in the County of Mono; and I direct that as soon hereafter 
<is possible, this proclamation be filed in the Office of the Secretary of 
State and that widespread publicity and notice be given to this proclama- 
tion. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set ray hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 



\ Done at the City of Sacramento 

i' 

of May 1980. / i 



this 



28th 



day 





4D p. BliOWS JR 
SVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



ATTEST: 




Secretary of State 



Deputy Socretai 



^.J^ 



retary of State 



^>^-?<5^ 



F i I 



n 



In 1<>« e<Rt» ol tt •• "^' ' ' > of S<or» 
o( *%> Stahi o* tVi'.tT.nto 



MWr* FONO W, Sscrt:^- 



i!xtnitft)c ©epartment 

S)tm of (Dlifomia 






EXECUTIVE ORDER B^65-80 



WHEREAS, the State of California has a legal and 
moral responsibility to assure its disabled citizens equal 
opportunity for access to public services and employment; 
and 

WHEREAS, it is necessary that existing programs 
and efforts of state agencies, departments, boards cind 
commissions effectively and efficiently address these pro- 
blems in the most timely manner; and 

WHEREAS, there is a responsibility to comply with 
minimum requirements of existing laws to assure the citizens 
of California continuing funding and services by agencies 
of the U. S. Government; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State 
of California, do hereby issue this order to become effec- 
tive immediately: 

1. There is hereby established a central 
coordination unit within the State and 
Consumer Services Agency, to direct, 
facilitate, and monitor compliance by 
state agencies, departments, boards 
and commissions with the Federal Reha- 
bilitation Act of 1973, Sections 502, 
503, 504, and to coordinate with the 
Health and Welfare Agency on those 
portions of Government Code §§1135 - 
1139.5 that concern disabled program 
recipients. 

2. The Secretary of the State and Consumer 
Services Agency is designated responsi- 
bility to establish and direct the 
central coordination unit with statewide 
responsibility for assuring compliance 
by all state departments, agencies, 
boards and commissions. 



3Jxtnitit)c Btpartmtnt 

State of California 



PAGE TWO 



Secretaries, directors and executive 
officers of state agencies, departments, 
boards and commissions, who have primary 
responsibility for insuring compliance 
with the above state and federal require- 
ments, are directed to cooperate fully 
with the central coordination unit in 
carrying out its duties under this order. 

The Secretary of the State and Consumer 
Servicos Agency shall establish, and serve 
as chairperson of, an advisory council 
composed of representatives from depart- 
ments and programs designated by her, 
which have significant interests in 
services affecting the disabled. 

All agencies, departments, boards and 
commissions with staff and resources al- 
located for assuring compliance with the 
above state and federal requirements shall 
provide the central coordinator unit with 
such assistance, staff and resources as 
necessary upon request by the Secretary of 
the State and Consumer Services Agency, 
and approval of the appropriate agency 
secretary or appointing authority. 

The Secretary of the State and Consumer 
Services Agency shall submit an initial 
progress report to the Governor by 
September 30, 1980, with annual reports 
each fiscal year thereafter. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 12th 
day of June, 1980. 




Governor of California / 



ATTEST: 



retary of State 

Hf.c/i<uy / %^- 

Doputyf Secrol^y of Stato 



J^^d 



of ««• •hue «< Coli'rf'li 

yr:2 jio30 

r^TDl^rTTON INARCH fONO Vi, Secret: J of St3t» 

TO the State Treasurer under provisions of The State Coll°e<^e^' 
Revenue Bond Act of 1947 (California Education Code 
Sections 90010-90080, as amended). 



TO The Honorable Jesse M. Unruh, State Treasurer of the State 
of California: 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State 
university and Colleges, on May 28, 1980, adopted a resolu- 
tion authorizing the issuance of the California State 
university and Colleges Housing System Revenue Bonds, 
series J (herein called the "Supplemental Resolution") 
and said resolution was approved by the State Board of 
control of the State of California at a meeting duly and 
regularly held on June 3, 1930; and 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State 
university and Colleges, on May 28, 1980, adopted a reso- 
lution requesting that the State Treasurer be directed to 
offer said Bonds for sale, and to sell the same at private 
.ale to the United States of America, acting by and through 
the secretary of Housing and Urban Development (herein called 
the "Government"), in the parcels and numbers set forth 
in the Loan Agreement referred to in said resolution, and 
said resolution was approved by the State Board of Control 



of the State of California at said meeting held on June 3, 

1980; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G, BROWN, JR., Governor 
of the State of California, hereby direct that you, as State 
Treasurer, offer said Bonds for sale, and sell the same at 
private sale for cash to the Government, in the parcels 
and niambers and pursuant to the terms and conditions set 
forth in said Loan Agreement and in the Supplemental Resolu- 
tion. Said Bonds to be so sold shall be $3,838,000 in 
aggregate principal amount, all dated May 1, 1980, euid 
numbered Jl to J770, inclusive. The sale shall take place 
on such date as you may determine, but not later than 
June 30, 1980. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this T-^ day of June, 1980. 



ttest: 





SECRETARY OF STATE 



By_ 



n 



ULi^fJuu K ^LuJJiuaf..^^ 



f^ 



J^^7 






i!xcnitit)c Bepartmtnt 

State or Caliromia 



FILED'! 
-"-"1^01930 I 

MARCH fOftC EU, Secrol. ' S' 'J 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-66-80 



WHEREAS, the State of California has a moral and legal 
obligation to protect and preserve the right of all of its 
citizens to a safe and peaceful existence; and 

WHEREAS, many people still live under frustrating 
economic and social conditions which strain the peace and 
harmony of the community; and 

W^iEREAS, there exists within our state the potential for 
' growing racial and ethnic animosity; and 

WHEREAS, the growth of such animosity enhances the '' 
possibility of civil strife and weakens the fabric of community 

tolerance and goodwill essential for a secure and tranquil jj 

society, | 

NOW, THEREFOPJB, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective 
immediately: 

1. There is hereby created the Governor's Task 
Force on Civil Rights, comprised of repre- 
sentatives from state and local government, 
business, law enforcement, civil rights and 
community organizations, the judicial system, 
and the public. The Secretary of the State 
and Consumer Services Agency shall Chair 
the Task Force, the Director of the Department 
of Fair Employment and Housing, or his or her 
designee, will serve as its executive secre- 
tary, and the Chair of the California 
Commission on tho Causes of Violence shall 
serve as an ex-officio member. Members of the 
Task P'orca shall serve voluntarily and without 
compensation, but are entitled to reimburse- 
ment for their reasonable and necessary 
expenditures, if approved by the executive 
secretary. 




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5>tatf of California 



PAGE TWO 



All state agencies, departments, boards 
and commissions are hereby directed to 
cooperate fully with the Task Force m 
carrying out its responsibilities under 
this order. The Secretary of the State 
and Consumar Services Agency shall ensure 
that all resources necessary for the Task 
Force to carry out its responsibilities 
under this order are made available. 



The resDonsibilities of the Task Force 
include", but are not limited to, the 
following: 

- Monitoring incidents of community 
violence and the cause of such 
violence; 



Assisting communities in preventing 
or resolving such incidents; and 



Developing proposals to provide 
technical assistance, training, and 
mediation services to state and 
local government personnel, law 
enforcement and members of the 
community in order to prevent violence 
and alleviate tension. 






3Exccurioc Bepartmtnt 

estate of CalifomiQ 



PAGE THREE 



^m 



4. The Task Force shall submit a report of its 
findings and recommendations to the Governor 
and Legislature by December 31, 1981. This 
order shall remain in full force and effect 
until December 31, 1981, at which time it 
shall be rescinded unless a subsequent order 
deletes or extends such date. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto! 
set my hand and caused the Great! 
Seal of the State of California i 
to be affixed this 20th day | 




of June, nineteen hundred and 
eighty. 



Governor of California 



ATTEST : 



Secretary of State 



3¥^8' 



^xtcutiDe Bcpartment 

^tatt of California 



FILED 

In tha I '«• o4 *• &«•••"•> «♦ SW» 

JUN2 61980 '4 

MARCH (oriai'J, socfv't4u -! StJta 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-67-80 



WHEREAS, It is essential that there be increased 
monitoring by the State of California of contracts awarded by 
the Department of Health Services for Medi-Cal fiscal inter- 
mediary services to identify and eliminate problems concerning 
claims processing procedures developed pursuant thereto; 

i-K o. . /°**' ™EREFORE I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of 
;,^=-^^^ California, by virtue of the powers and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State 
oi California, and m accordance with Section 12010 of the 
Government Code, do hereby issue this order to become effective 
immediately: 

1. A Medi-Cal Fiscal Intermediary Monitoring 
Committee is hereby established, consisting 
of the State Controller, the Secretary of 
the Health and Welfare Agency, and the 
Director of the Department of Finance, or 
their designees; the Committee shall be 
chaired by the Secretary of the Health and 
Welfare Agency, or his or her designee. 



2. 



The Committee shall review the progress of 
Medi-Cal claims processing under the fiscal 
intermediary contract awarded by the Department 
of Health Services on August 14, 1978, to 
Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) , and 
submit periodic reports of its findings and 
recommendations to the Governor and the 
Legislature. 

The Committee shall recommend to the 
contracting parties such actions as it deems 
necessary for successful implementation of the 
contract, including steps to ensure: 

a. that CSC provides adequate staffing and 
training, expedites its educational work 
with physician and supplier-provider 
groups, and promptly completes all re- 
quired software programing and testing; 
and 

b. that the Department of Health Services 
expedites its acceptance testing, updates 
eligibility, provider and other essential 
processing files as soon as possible, and 



m,' 



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^tatc of (Lilifomia 



PAGE TWO 



4. 




takes any additional steps necessary to 
monitor and ensure full performance and 
complxance by the Medi-Cal Fiscal Inter- 
mediary. 

orH^r^^H^V''-^*'^ responsibilities under this 
order, the Committee shall have full access to 
cluSinf!?^"'' records of Medi-Cal payments, in- 
cluding documents identifying names of appli- 

?itle x?x'nr^H''^f P^^?*'^ °^' benefits under 
Title XIX of the Social Security Act. Infor- 
mation obtained by the Committee from such 
records shall be used only as necessary to 
discharge the Committee's responsibilities under 
this order, and the Committee shall not dis- 
close tne identity of any applicant or 
recipient except as permitted by federal and 
state law. 

This order shall remain in full force and 
effect until December 31, 1980, and as of such 
date IS rescinded unless a subsequent order 
deletes or extends such date. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be 
affixed this 26th ^ay of 
June, 1980. 



Sovernoe bf Calitorr^^ 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of ^tale 



'<--.l,M 



3f^-?? 




3Jxenititic ©cpartmtnt 

^titt or Ciiliromia 



'n n» offic* of the Siwotncy of 3<^ 
of (tw Stan o( Cohtornki 

JUL 2 1 1960 

MARCH FONf, VX Sicrsbiv c( ft 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-68-80 



WHEREAS, California's water resources are the lifebloorf 
of our economy and way of life; and Hfeblood 

tion sta^S^'thaf thf " ^' '"^^'°" ' °^ ^^^ California Constitu- 
^i L • ! ^ conservation of the State's waters is 
to be exercised with a view to the reasonable and beneJicLl 

w^Ifarer^nd ^" '''^ '"^^^^^^ °^ ^^^ ^-P^^ -"^ forlhf public 
'' obliJ?rof'aTrre^J^L"of ih^elt^r ^^^f J . —- s is an 

^^?^onrSt--;rb: ~ ^ i ' r 

urb-rand-a^-c-lt^^^^^ 

J?or^rp-o--Sn-s,€S: e~^^^ 

reducing the demand lor'new wJtSr facilui^s "" "''^^°^" '°" 

to implement\r^:[ck?raf possrSlff^"^^^^ '^ ^^^^^^ ^--^-'^ 
agricultural drainage anSo^herbrackisn^^ °t recycling 
supplies available in the i^l^tl ^It f, ^^"^ ^° ^"^rease the 

tive Of desalting%SSo:SSo'acr:-?:e'rby^?Srye:^^5o5S^ T.^- 
ITrlTol ^^^ ^^^ "^^^ ^- additioLl'L^th^rfc^aii^S^nia 




^xecurioe Bepartment 

^att of California 



PAGE TWO 



3 The State Water Resources Control Board is hereby 
urqed t^ require water conservation plans in the exercise of 
its water rights authority. The Board is also urged to 
implement t^Lr reclamation and conservation programs as a 
condition of federal and state grants. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 18th day of 
July, 1980. 




cfU^ 



ernir of California 



TTEST ! 

Secretary of State 




A ^\wj\ ^- 



by. 



^•^ y(V< C vC «- «• . 



Deputy Secretary of Stnte 




iExecutiVJE Bepartmtnt 

^m of (Lilifomio 



j¥3o 

AUG'" -1980 

MARCH FONG tU. itcnttl «l ttrti 
Deputy 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-69-80 



WHEREAS, the people and State of California have a need 
for new capital in certain geographic areas, portions of the 
population, and sectors of the economy — especially affordable 
housing, alternative energy, small business, and job-generating 
economic development; ij 

WHEREAS, State and local retirement funds, temporarily 
idle public funds, and other pension funds represent a vast 
underused resource tMt can be focused on California's needs 
while ensuring profitability and security for the pension , 
system members; ij 

WHEREAS, the California tax base is the major contributor \ 
and ultimate guarantor of public employee retirement funds ,; 
and depends upon an improving economic climate through increasedij 
instate investments which will generate greater tax revenues; | 

WHEREAS, under current investment policies, not only are 
jobs exported from the state, but the indirect multiplier 
effects of out-of-state investments are lost to the California 
taxpayers and public employees; 

WHEREAS, the state revenues continue to shrink as a 
result of recent changes in the tax laws, while inflation 
erodes retirement savings derived from the same tax revenues; 

WHEREAS, pension funds are invested in companies which 
may violate state and federal non-discrimination laws, causing 
a loss of potential shareholder dividends for legal costs 
and settlements; 

WHEREAS, matching these funds with public need requires 
the creation of new investment vehicles; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective 
immediately: 

1. There is established an advisory Public Investments 
Task Force, to investigate and propose new ways in which public 
policy can assist state and local pension funds, temporarily 
idle funds, and other pension funds to meet public need m a 
manner which is prudent. 



iSxcnittot Btpartmtnt 

^M of dJliromia 



PAGE TWO 



2. The Task Force will be chaired by a public member, 
and provided staff and resource support by the Office of 
Planning and Research, State and Consumer Services Agency, 
Business and Transportation Agency and Department of Industrial 
Relations from existing funds appropriated for programs rele- 
vant to the goals and responsibilities of the Task Force, 
Members of the Task Force shall serve voluntarily and without 
compensation, but are entitled to reimbursement for their 

; reasonable and necessary expenditures. 

3. The Public Investments Task Force shall have the 
following responsibilities: 

- Develop specific proposals for new 
investment alternatives that are both 
prudent and responsive to the needs 
which California faces in the areas of 
affordable housing, small business 
development, alternative energy resource 
development, and job creation. 

- Develop general guidelines to assure 
that public investment practices meet 
socially responsible criteria and 
public interest goals. 

- Recommend any necessary changes in 
California tax and pension laws and 
regulations that will facilitate new 
investment alternatives. 

- Focus on the investment of state, local, 
and county temporarily idle funds and 
retirement funds, including the Public 
Employees Retirement System, the State 
Teachers' Retirement System, and the 
University of California Retirement and 
Endowment Funds. 

- Meet regularly for a period of no longer 
than one year and conduct public hearings 
as appropriate to obtain broad public in- 
put. 

- Issue a final report to the Governor and 
Legislature no later than one year after 
the Task Force establishment and such 
interim reports as are appropriate. 



$xtcDtit)c ©cpartmrnt 

State of £alifomiQ 



PAGE THREE 



4. The Task Force is authorized to receive and 
disburse, on behalf of the Governor, federal and other funds 
made available to promote public investment policies. ; 

• • 'I 

5. All state agencies, departments, and commissions j 

are hereby directed to assist and cooperate with the Public !' 

Investments Task Force in carrying out their responsibilities. , 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 29th day of 
July, nineteen hundred and 
eighty. 




Governor 



of Calirornia 




ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



-mcA cu^ 



by C ^^^ A^ 
Efeputy Soorol 



^tO^A^ 



eputy Soorotary of State 



3^31 




fxcnirioc department 

State of California 



PRQCLAUATIOH 



AUG 1 21930 

••'ARCH FONG EU, Secri,. . Sl:'.3 



3 



WHKREAS thp Children of California and the nation are our 
;„o.t rSfe^^it and the greatest gift you can give to them is the 
gift of time, and 

uiuKQKA'i "Sunshine Da^ is a day set aside to encourage all 
adult^t"Znftirnf'^ura cS or a groLp of children m commun.ty 
and individual activities, and 

WHKRKAS the concept of a special day for children was 
developed^n^os Ang/les a^d has spread throughout the State of 
California and the nation, and 

WHEREAS the observance of "Sunshine Day h«s "^en 
e^ecSny eff^tive in renewing the recognition and dedication to the 
Sen. who will become the leaders of tomorrow: 

ufxu, ruKURirnRE I MIKE CURB, Acting Governor of 
C-ifJT'do hfrebv fJoclJm Aug^ust 17, 1980 as "Sunshine Darin 
clUf^a, anT urge'^all Calif omians to participate m related 
community and individual activities. 

m wrrHESS whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 



Done at the City of Sacramento this Ij^day of August, 1980. 




MIKECL/KB 



MIKE CURB 
Acting Governor 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State \ 



9u. 



Secretary 
by 



Depflly Seer Jtary ofstaTJ 



pilKirf in <:*ur«u«* ovrici 



■ or tTATli rURTIHO 



3¥^3Qy 



aExcnJtitJt Btpartmtnt 

State of Cabfomia 



o( *» Staf of CoWwM 

A'JG 181930 




PROCLAMATION 



I. Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the State of 
California, do hereby proclaim that a General Election will 
be held throughout this State on Tuesday, the fourth day of 
November, 1980 at which the following offices are to be 
filled: 

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS; 
ONE UNITED STATES SENATOR; 

REPRESENTATIVES TO THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES 
from each of the forty-three congressional districts of 
the State; 

STATE SENATORS from the odd-numbered districts of the 
forty senatorial districts of the State; 

MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY from each of the eighty 
assembly districts of the State; 

Also, such other state, county and judicial district, 
or other offices as are provided by law to be filled at such 
election. 

I further proclaim that at such election there will 
also be submitted to the vote of the electors such proposed 
constitutional amendments, questions, propositions and 
initiative measures as are required to be so submitted by 
the Constitution and laws of this State. 

I further proclaim that there shall be held on the 
same day and consolidated with such General Election those 
special elections called by the Legislature and that there 
shall be submitted to the vote of the electors at such 
consolidated election those proposed constitutional amend- 
ments and other propositions which the Legislature has 
directed to be submitted at those special elections. 



1 1 1,1,1/ la c*iir»*Mi* •rrici or itatb niNTiHa 



J^KCDtitif Btpartmtnt 

;d>tarr of Califonuj 



-2- 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set my hand and affix 
the Great Seal of the State of California this 18th day of 
August, 1980. 




L 



^AIK 



Governor of California 



ATTEST 



Secretary of State 



by_ 



Deputy Secretary dk. 



fecretary pp. State 



ptiml*4 to CAUVMIMI* •»#«« «V tTATI VBimiMa 



E 



Jxcnitioc department 

^atc of (Lilifomia 



EXKCLTIVE OKDLP. P.- 71- 80 



s3i^33 



In Ik* oAcf of rtir Sactrlnry el Slol* 
of *p StDi» of California 

" ' P2 9 1980 



WHEREAS, the cost of both owned and rental housing in 
California is increasing at nearly twice the rate of house- 
hold income; and 

WHEREAS, the median price of new single-family dwelling 
units in California exceeds $100,000; and 

WHEREAS, the sum total of all federal and state housing 
subsidies falis far short of meeting California's housing 
needs; and 

WHEREAS, state agencies and departments play a 
substantial role in the development and supply of affordable 
housing by their regulatory actions, programs, policies and 
projects; and 

WHEREAS, it is desired that state agencies and 
departments should support the goal of promoting housing 
affordable to persons and families of low and moderate income 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vestec in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective 
immediately: 

1. All state agencies, departments, commissions, 
boards, and offices, shall consider the 
effect that their regulatory actions, programs, 
policies, projects have on the cost of housing. 

2. The Department of Housing and Community 
Development, the Housing and Community 
Development Commission, and the Building 
Standards Commission shall review their 
own regulations, with the goal of reducing 
the cost of housing construction attri- 
butable to these regulations. 

3. The Office of Planning and Research shall 
utilize its review process to further the 
development of new affordable housing. 



^^.-'- 




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dtatt or &iliromia 



PAGE TWO 



The Secretary of the Business and Transportation 
Agency shall convene a meeting of all state 
agencies involved in approving, funding, or con- 
structing housing to develop an interagency 
policy to increase production of affordable 
housing. 

The Department of Housing and Community Develop- 
ment, the Office of Planning and Research, the 
State Franchise Tax Board, the Department of 
Finance, and other appropriate state agencies, 
shall investigate and make recommendations to the 
Secretary of the Business and Transportation 
Agency on tax benefits to stimulate affordable 
housing development, including tax credits, ren- 
tal housing incentives, and benefits to employers 
for their assistance to housing. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of C^ifornia 



eighty. 




Governor of Califofnaa 



lyLuu6& Itm w^ 




1 



Secretary of State 

DeoiUty LJccrcUay 






^ 



to 



Jf04^ 



FILED 



In th* offico of <^m Saavtofy sf SMb 
of )t><> Stol* of Cadtornla 



^xenitiDc Bepartmcnt 

3tJtc of Cjlifomifl 



4MI 



By- 






^—V 



PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor of the State of California, having 
found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property 
exist within the County of San Joaquin, State of California, beginning on 
or about Septeri>cr 26, 1980 as a result of severe flooding due to a lovee 
failure on Lov/er Jones Tract, which, by reason of its magnitude, has 
destroyed several structures and threatens others and could expand to 
include other lower lying areas of the County, and having found that the 
mitigation of this disaster is beyond the control of the services, personnel, 
equipment and facilities of said County, and having been requested by the 
Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, I proclaim a State of Emergency in the 
County of Scm Joaquin. 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread publicity 
and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacreimento this ^^ q ^ay of ^^ t , 1980. 



- ''X 




^:\ 



ArrESTJ/l^,^,, ^^ ^ %^ 

Secretary of StaT:e 




ei^ty Secretary cristate 





.^^^V^'-^ 



- — y^ — -< 



^>*f^^ 



£xtcotit)t Btpartment 

^tt of Cayfornia 



FILED 

In tW ofTtr* of t4>ii Swrvttiry of Stot* 
of H»» Sfotff of Coltf^-'rnVa 

n"T2-1980 
M«CH fONG RJ. tortrtsfy of Stt? 

Vy.'..ty 



PROCI^iMATTON 



WHEREAS, most of us take for granted one of our most 
precious attributes — our sight; and 

WHEREAS, many Americans from all walks of life have suf- 
fered loss of vision to one extent or another; and 

WHEREAS, a just and compassionate people must assist 
the blind ana those of limited sight to provide them with 
a sense of hope for fuller and more meaningful lives; 

THEREFORE, I hereby proclaim October 3 through 5 to be 
White Cane Weekend in recognition of the needs of the blind 
and call upon the more fortunate among us to help meet those 
needs. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 




to be affixed this 
day of October, 19 



wf 




ATTEST : 



cretary of State 
fe y UUUlAJt^^u u K MlAl> UdU-^gy_ / 



itrintfd in cAj-ipniiNiA orncK or itatk phintino 



3^34 



iJxtnitftit Bcpartmtnt 

Btatt of California 



F » I- ED 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B74-80 



WHEREAS, California must recognize the full human poten- 
tial of all its citizens as its most valuable resource; and 

WHEREAS, to safeguard this human potential, it is 
necessary to protect the fundamental right to personal privacy 
against the threat of discrimination for reasons of an indivi- 
dual's sexual orientation, which discrimination contravenes the 
policy of this State; and 

WHEREAS, there exist certain stereotypes relating to 
sexual minorities which are held in common by many people; and 

WHEREAS, stereotypes result in an individual being judged 
without regard for that individual's own qualities and merits; 
and 

WHEREAS, a study of the problems of sexual minorities and 
of the adequacy of existing law to protect the personal privacy 
of all individuals is necessary so that legislative and adminis- 
trative action and public attitudes may be based upon accurate 
information, thus encouraging protection of the civil rights of 
all Californians against arbitrary and unjust discrimination; 
I 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority vested 
in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of Califor- 
nia, do hereby issue this Order to become effective immediately; 

1. There is established the Commission on Personal 
Privacy. Said Commission shall be composed of not 
more than twenty-five (25) members representative 
of the law enforcement, business, labor, and edu- 
cational communities, as well as other interested 
groups. The Governor shall appoint not more than 
fifteen (15) of the members, one of whom shall be 
designated Chairperson. The Speaker of the 
Assembly shall appoint not more than five (5) , and 
the Senate Rules Committee shall appoint not more 
than five (5) . 

2. Members of the Commission shall serve without 
compensation but may be reimbursed for their 
actual expenses. The Commission is authorized to 
receive and disburse funds which may be available 
to finance its work. 

3. The Commission shall study the problems of dis- 
crimination based upon sexual orientation or 
invasions of the right of personal privacy, in 
both the public and private sectors, documenting 



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;5tatc or Ciliromia 



PAGE TWO 



the extent of such problems, exploring in 
what forms the problems are manifested, 
noting existing remedies, and making recomm- 
endations for legislative, administrative, and 
other action where appropriate. 

A final report of its findings and recommenda- 
tions shall be submitted by the Commission to 
the Governor and the Legislature by December 
1982. The Commission may issue such interim 
reports as it deems appropriate. 

All state agencies, departments, boards, and 
commissions are hereby directed to assist and 
cooperate with the commission in carrying out 
its responsibilities. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 9th day of 
October, 1980. 




ATTEST : 



Secretary of State 

DeVuty aocrotarj^ofS 



ot I>M1 Stc'. 



:j - 1980 



r 




P . «v 



i^xtcutiut Btpartment 

;&tatc of Cilifomia 



EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. B72-80 



WHEREAS, burdensome, unclear and unnecessary state gov- 
ernment regulations increase the business and consumer costs 
of services and commodities and stifle private initiative 
and individual responsibility; and 

WHEREAS, this Administration is alarmed about the effects 
of such regulations and is committed to reducing and mini- 
mizing the intrusion of government into the affairs of Cali- 
fornia businesses and residents; and 

WHEREAS, it is the constant obligation of government 
to reassess its proper role and to seek ways to be more 
effective and efficient, and particularly so during times 
of diminishing resources; and 

WHEREAS, my signing of AB 1111 makes California the 
first state to require every state agency to review all 
regulations with the purpose of reducing their number and 
improving their quality, and establishes the Office of Ad- 
ministrative Law to direct the completion of the regulation 
review by 1986. 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown, Jr., Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State 
of California, do hereby issue this order to become effective 
immediately: 

1. Agencies reviewing proposed and existing regulations 
shall eliminate all regulations that do not serve 

an essential governmental purpose. 

2. The review of all existing regulations shall be ac- 
celerated and completed by December 31, 1982 provided, 
however, that an agency may seek from the Office of 
Administrative Law a later completion date if extra- 
ordinary circumstances would render completion by 
December 31, 1982 impossible. 

3. State agencies shall insure that representatives of 
persons who are affected by their regulations are 
effectively involved in the review of all existing 
regulations. The Ofiice of Administrative Law shall 
monitor agencies to ensure public participation in 
the review of existing regulations. 



3!xtnitiut Bcpartmcnt 

Scatc of Cotifomia 



No new funds shall be added to the state budget for 
the accelerated review of regulations. Each year 
costs for conducting the review of existing regula- 
tions shall be allocated from an annual appropriation 
ciinount not to exceed the amount of the 1980-81 Budget 
Act for regulation review. Additional staffing needs 
shall be met by diverting existing resources. 

The Office of Administrative Law shall deliver periodic 
reports to the Governor and the Legislature summarizing 
each agency's performance in meeting the goal of reduc- 
ing the number of regulations and improving their 
quality. 



IK WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 9th 
day of October 1980. 



ATTEST: 




MA 



Governor of California 




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EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. B73-80 



WHEREAS, California's economic strength flows from the 
creativity and innovation of the free enterprise system; 
and 

WHEREAS, the small businesses of California are a major 
source of this State's technological innovation, entrepre- 
neurial opportunities and job creation; and 

WHEREAS, small businesses, which often operate at a com- 
petitive disadvantage in the market place, are also dispro- 
portionately burdened by the proliferation of complex regu- 
lations requiring legal and technical resources not readily 
available to small firms; and 

WHEREAS, small businesses must be assisted so that Cali- 
fornia can maintain its competitive edge; 

NOW, THEREFORE, all State regulatory agencies shall 
evaluate the particular impact proposed regulations may 
have on affected small businesses and provide such infor- 
mation to the Office of Administrative Law. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 9th 
day of October 1980. 




Governor of California f* 
ATTEST: 

Secretary of State 

MsUjlLL 




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GOVERNORS OFFICE 

SACRAMENTO 95814 



EDMUND G. DROWN JR 

COVCRNOR 



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TO: Secretary of State 

Controller of the State of California 

Treasurer of the State of California 

Director of the State Department of Social Services 

Director of Finance 

FROM: EDMUND G. BROWN JR. , Governor 



Pursuant to Chapter 1 of Part 6 of Division 9 of the 
Welfare and Institutions Code, and in order to provide 
for the continued operation of the state plans for 
Families with Dependent Children under the provisions of 
the Welfare and Institutions Code, I do hereby find as 
facts: 

That assistance to this State for the above- 
mentioned Public Assistance Program is provided 
for by the Federal Social Security Act; and 

That this State has qualified to receive Federal 
assistance for the above-mentioned Public Assistance 
Program and has not been notified that further 
payment ot such Federal assistance will not be 
made because of failure ot this State to comply 
with the requirement of the Federal legislation; 
and 

That Federal assistance to this State for the 
above-mentioned Public Assistance Program has not 
been received, and it is improbable that such 
Federal assistance will be received by this State 
prior to the usual time for transmitting such Federal 
assistance to the counties of this State. 



In consideration ot the above findings, I do hereby pro- 
cLim tie existence ot a period of welfare emergency or 
Xhc. monhhc; of September and December, 1980, for tamiiies 
with S^pend^nt'ci:'!^'^, and declare that the -ms estimated 
bv the State Department of Social Services m the amount 
of Federal assistance payable to this State under Federal 
?L and appropriated by Section 18003 of the Welfare and 
Institutions Code are available for expenditure. 

You are, therefore, authorized and directed to do all the 
things Necessary to accomplish the intent and purpose of 
said Chapter 1 of Part 6 of Division 9 of the Welfare and 
Institutions Code. 



Witness my hand and seal at Sacramento, 
California, this 25th day of September 1980. 




BROWN Ji^yi 



Governor 




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PROCLAMATION 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, having 
I found conditions of extreme peril no longer exist which threaten the safety 
, of persons and property; and, further finding local authorities are now able 
to cope with the situation; therefore, proclaim the State of Emergency previ- 
ously proclaimed on the following dates and in the following jurisdictions 
no longer exists, effective immediately. 



February 13, 1978 

February 27, 1978 
March 9, 1978 

August 15, 1978 
October 5, 1978 
October 24, 1978 
January 15, 1979 
May 8, 1979 
July 26, 1979 
September 20, 1979 
September 21, 1979 
September 28, 1979 
October 16, 1979 
January 23, 1980 

February 7, 1980 
February 19, 1980 



Counties of Los Angeles, Ventura, Orange, 
Riverside, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara, 
Kern and Tulare 

Counties of Kings and Monterey 

Counties of Inyo, Mono, San Diego and Siui Luis 
Obispo 

County of Santa Barbara 

City of Laguna Beach 

County of Los Angeles 

North Park Area of the City of San Diego 

Counties of Alameda and Contra Costa 

County of Riverside 

County of El Dorado 

County of Los Angeles 

Counties of Santa Barbara and Ventura 

All Counties 

Counties of Contra Costa, Sacramento and 
San Joaquin 

Counties of San Bernardino and San Diego 

Counties of Los Angeles, Orange and Ventura 



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March 5, 1980 



Page 2 of 2 



County of Santa Barbara 

Counties of Scmta Cruz, Monterey, Solano and 
Stanislaus 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 15th d ay 
of November , A.D. nineteen 
hundred and eighty. 




Governor 



ATTEST 



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MNtCH FONfi ta Sjcrotan* of State 
pr(x:lamation 

OF A 
STATE OF EMERGENCY 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, 
having found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property exist within the Counties of U)s Angeles, Orange and Riverside, 
State of California, beginning on or about November 15, 1980, as a result 
of major fires, and other conditions which, by reason of their magnitude, 
were beyond the control of the services, personnel, equipment and facilities 
of said counties. I therefore proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency 
and hereby implement the California Peacetime Emergency Plan in the Counties 
of Los Angeles, Orange and Riverside; and 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation 
be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this l8th_ day of 



November , 1980 




GOVERNOR 



ATTEST : 



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Ol' A 

STATE OF LMERGENCY 



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I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the State of 



California, liaviny hoen informed that 



a catastrophic failure. 



Les 



due to an earthquake, of a section of Route 101, six mile 
south of Eureka in the County of Humboldt, State of California, 
hereby proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency in the 
County of Humboldt, within the meaning of Section 125, Title 23, 
United States Code. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have here unto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this ^/^ day of 
November, 1980. 





Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



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PROCLAMATION 
OF A 



STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I. MIKE CURB. Acting Governor of the State of 
California, having found that conditions of extreme peril 
CO the safety of persons and property exist within the 
County of San Bernardino. State of California, beginning 
on or about November 24, 1980, as a result of major fires, 
and other conditions which, by reason of their magnitude. 
were beyond the control of the services, personnel, 
equipment and facilities of said county, I therefore proclaim 
the existance of a State of Emergency and hereby implement 
the California Peacetime Emergency Plan in the county of 
San Bernardino ; and 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this 
proclamation be filed in the Office of the Secretary of 
State. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF; I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this 25th day of November, 1980. 



ATTEST : 




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ACTING GOVERNOR 



Secretary of State 

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CERTIFICATE OF ELECTION FOR SIX-5fEAR TERM 



TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES: 



This is to certify that on the 4th day of November, 
1980, Alan Cranston was duly chosen by the qualified elec- 
tors of the State of California a Senator from said State 
to represent said State in the Senate of the United States 
for the term of six years, beginning on the 3rd day of 
January, 1981. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to 
be affixed this 1st day of December, 1980. 




by. 



GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 



Secretary of state 
Doyuty( SecrotaiT 



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GOVERNOR ' S 
CERTIFICATE OF ASCERTAINMENT 

ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT and 

VICE PRESIDENT ot the UNIfLU 

STATES OF AMERICA toe the 

STATE OF CALIFORNIA 

1980 



TO the president of the Senate of 
the united States of America: 



I. EDMUND G. BROWN m. as ^-f-,- .^^.oThe'la^s Sf . 
California, do hereby ^rtity Pu ^^^^^ ^^ California, 
the United States and the ^^ws o ^ accordance with 
that a General election was ^uly held in ^^^^^^ ^^^ 

iaw 1^ the State of -^^i.^:^"^^3°Sf "resid;nt and Vice Presi- 
of November, 1980, tor Electors ot .res 
dent of the United States; 



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pHnted in CALiroBNIA 



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And I do hereby turthec certify that the following named 
persons received at said General Election in the State of 
California the highest number of votes for Electors of Presi- 
dent and Vice president of the United States for said State 
of California, and said following named persons have been 
duly appointed as such Electors after due and final ascer- 
tainment as required by law, to wit: 




Evelle younger 
Mike Curb 
Donald French 
James Ware 
George Deukmejian 
Jay Margosian 
S. I. Hayakawa* 
H. L. Richardson 
Carol Hallett 
William Campbell 
Truman F. Campbell 
Tirso del J unco 
Julian Youmans 
James Henry 
Jackie N. Marker 
William F. Dohr 
Robert A. Curtis 
Baibara Ford 
Michael Donaldson 
William Snyder 
Jack Courtemanche 
Gertrude McDonald 

Nick 



Lois Ann Lundberg 
Lola Brekke 
Stephen R, Frank 
Paul Jolcuvar 
Carl E. Murphy 
Thomas Gede 
Lisa Colvin 
Thomas Ellick 
Margaret Brock 
Donald Underdown 
David Murdock 
Noland K. Bushnell 
Barbara Stidham 
Marlm Echols 
Lester O'Shea 
Fred Cuneo 
Doug Jacobs 
Bill Sloan 
Walt C. Smith 
Paul Gann 
Pete Wilson 
Mark Spiegel 
Muskey 



•Ineligible to serve as a presidential elector per Article 
II, Section 1 of the United States Constitution 

And I do Further Certify that the following is a full 
and correct canvass and ascertainment of the number of votes 
given or cast for each person tor whose appointment as Elec- 
tor of President and Vice president of the United States 
any and all votes have been given or cast at said General 
Election, the number of votes received being set opposite 
tne respective names of such persons, to wit: 



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Evelle younger 

Mine Curb 

Donedd French 

Jaroes Ware 

George Deukmejian. . 

Jay Margosian 

S. I. Hayakawa* . . . . 
H. L. Richardson... 

Carol Hallett 

William Canpbell... 
Truman F. Can^sbell. 
Tirso del Junoo. ... 

Julian Younans 

Jaroes Henry 

Jackie N. Harker... 

William F. Dohr 

Robert A. Curtis... 

Barbara Ford 

Michael Donaldson. . 

William Snyder 

Jack Courtaoanche. . 
Gertrude Mcttoncdd. . 



Votes 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

4,522,994 

Nick Muskey. . . 



Names Votes 

Lois Ann Lundberg 4,522,994 

Lola Brekke 4,522,994 

Stephen R. Frank 4,522,994 

Paul Jolcuvar 4,522,994 

Carl E. Murphy 4,522,994 

Thanas Cede 4,522,994 

Lisa Colvin 4,522,994 

Thomas Ellick 4,522,994 

Margaret Brock 4,522,994 

Don£ild Underdown 4,522,994 

David Murdock 4,522,994 

Noland K. Bushnell 4,522,994 

Barbara Stidham 4,522,994 

Marlin Echols 4,522,994 

Lester O'Shea 4,522,994 

Fred Cuneo 4,522,994 

Doug Jacobs 4 , 522 ,994 

Bill Sloan 4,522,994 

Walt C. Smith 4,522,994 

Paul Gann 4,522,994 

Pete Wilson 4 ,522,994 

Mark Spiegell 4,522,994 

4,522,994 



•Ineligible to serve as presidential elector per Article II, Section 1 
of the United States Constitution. 



Names votes 

Elizabeth Reginato 3,082,943 

Terry A. Bork 3,082,943 

Yasushi I to 3,082,943 

Elizabeth Weir 3,082,943 

Barbara Boxer 3,082,943 

George Harcly 3,082,943 

Bert Coffey 3,082,943 

Donald R. Hopkins 3,082,943 

Kathryn Harris 3,082,943 

Peter J. Allen 3,082,943 

Y. K. Lantos-Swett 3,082,943 

Thanas A. Skornia 3,082,943 

W. Robert Morgan 3,082,943 

C. "Al" Green 3,082,943 

Mr. Jerry Schaffer 3,082,943 

Leda Jelinek 3,082,943 

David L. Creighton 3,082,943 

Tcni Akers, Jr 3,082,943 

Carmen Lodise 3,082,943 

John M. Williamson 3,082,943 

Tom Montgomery 3,082,943 

Katherine Muyd 3,082,943 

Sandi Howard. , 



Names 

Alan Sieroty 3 

Harold Kapelovitz 3 

Roger Johnson 3 

Bernice Anderson 3 

Carey Peck 3 

Charles Chappelle 3 

John F . Sheehy 3 

Gladys C. Danielson 3 

Ralph C. Dills 3 

Joseph Zaniovich 3 

Rosemarie B. Schmidt 3 

Daniel Bremner 3 

James Henkel 3 

3 

3 

3 



Jane W. Carney 

Donald M, Rusk 

Verlyn N. Jensen 

William E. Farris 3 

Michael F. Dow 3 

May L. Adamson 3 

Anne H . Fabr ick 3 

Lew McxDre 3 

Ed Turner 3 

3,082,943 



Votes 

,082,943 
,082,943 
,082,943 
,082,943 
,082,943 
,082,943 
,082,943 
,082,943 
,082,943 
,082,943 
,082,943 
,082,943 
,082,943 
,082,943 
,082,943 
,082,943 
,082,943 
,082,943 
,082,943 
,082,943 
,082,943 
,082,943 



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NcB>es Votes 

Mary F. Anderson 739,618 

Jean Rockwell Anderson 739,618 

Norella Beni-Hall 739,618 

Ernest P. Bicknell 739,618 

Christopher Lance Bovmian 739,618 

Richard p. Brady 739,618 

Eleanore Oelphine Breese 739,618 

David Lesser Caplan 739,618 

Elizabeth B. Dalryn^le 739,618 

Joel Michael David 739,618 

Vivian Catherine Dent 739,618 

John E. deVries 739,618 

Nora ^torgan Eckstein 739,618 

Claude David Gadbois 739,618 

Jon Steven Gold 739,618 

Leland Paul Hanmerschniitt 739,618 

Ronald E. Jarrett 739,618 

Eleanor G. Killeen 739,618 

Jeremy Stephen Kranter 739,618 

David E. Kronenyer 739,618 

Harry Stancvich Laughran 739,618 

Norman Milton Lear 739,618 

Karen Lee Wright 



Names Votes 

Clara T. Link 739,618 

Thomas G, Mangen 739,618 

Charlene Morse 739,618 

Janet Maas Mouiin 739,618 

Edwin C. Owens 739,618 

Joyce Aysta Owens 739,618 

Marcia June Patt 739,618 

Eileen R. Pearson 739,618 

Dianne Marie Pedersen 739,618 

Annie L. Petersen 739,618 

Christine Atherton Raymond. , .739,618 

H. Kendall RaymDnd, Jr 739,618 

Susan Eileen Rosser 739,618 

David Michael Rubiales 739,618 

Michael Lane Rugen 739,618 

Stanley K. Sheinbaim 739,618 

Julia N. Sly 739,618 

Larry Ira Stein 739,618 

Peter E. Tagger 739,618 

Joan Ellen Trossman 739,618 

Martha A. Warriner 739,618 

Roxy A. Westphal 739,618 

739,618 



Nanes Votes 

Doanld E. Atkinson 148,390 

Sara Baase 148,390 

Ellen Baker 148, 390 

Martin Buerger 148,390 

Patricia Buerger 148 , 390 

Glenda Bull 148, 390 

Michael Chastain 148,390 

Roy Childs 148,390 

Robert K. Costello 148,390 

Dan P. Dougherty 148,390 

Bill Evers 148,390 

Carolyn Felton 148,390 

John H. Fund 148,390 

Eric Gams 148,390 

June Genis 148,390 

Shirley H. Gottlieb 148,390 

Albert K. Heitzmann 148,390 

Ray Hendrickson 148,390 

Mark W. A. Hinkle 148,390 

Karen Huffman 148,390 

Raid Judd 148,390 

Barbara Kanin 148,390 

Ed Wolford 



Names Votes 

Michelle Kurtz 148,390 

Bruce K. Lagasse 148,390 

David Lait^xD 148,390 

Clarissa Dee Laubscher 148,390 

Dan Mahaf fey 148,390 

Carol Ann Moore 148,390 

Scott Olmsted 148,390 

Mel inda Pillsbury-Foster 148 , 390 

Linda Rader 148,390 

Zack Richardson 148,390 

Justin Raimondo 148,390 

Jeffrey Sanchez 148,390 

Jack Sanders 148,390 

Earl Smith 148,390 

Steve Sparling 148 , 390 

William V. Susel 148,390 

Joan Kennedy Taylor 148 , 390 

William J. (B.J.) Wagener 148,390 

Bill Webster 148,390 

Kathy White 148,390 

William White 148,390 

Daniel Paul Wiener 148,390 

148,390 



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Nc«nes Votes 

Pete Z. Beltcan 61,046 

Uia3<j A. boniAjnc- 61 ,046 

Theresa Bonpane 61,046 

Abrahan Boxerman 61,046 

TiitDthy F. Bcick 61,046 

Carol A. Burke Fonte 61,046 

Mary Clarke 61,046 

EU-izabeth R. Coats 61,046 

Mark S. Coby 61,046 

Jeff B. Cohen 61,046 

June E. Cooperman 61,046 

Bert N. Corona 61,046 

Genora Dollinger 61,046 

Beate Frankel 61,046 

Charles Damon Frutchey 61,046 

Roderic Gorney 61,046 

Robert Bernard Gottlieb 61,046 

Renee V. Gould 61,046 

Francena Marie Hancxxrk 61,046 

Robert D. Hiller 61,046 

Adaro Hochschild 61,046 

Lynne S. Hollander 61,046 

Judith A. Zitter 



Names Votes 

Victor Honig 61 ,046 

Lauronce F. Howard 61,046 

Michael F. Kieschnick 61,046 

Lucienne O' Keef e 61 ,046 

Eve A. Pearson 61,046 

Richard M. Powell 61,046 

Michele L. Prichard 61,046 

Patricia A. Reif 61,046 

Donald Mark Ritchie 61,046 

Allan R. Rosenfield 61,046 

Ann R. Rosenfield 61,046 

Annelle C. Rouse 61,046 

Mario Savio 61,046 

Paul H. Schrade 61,046 

Mary J. Seidita 61,046 

June J. Sunderland 61,046 

Marilyn J, Talken 61,046 

Lawrence Titvak 61,046 

Linda R. Valentino 61,046 

Haskell Wexler 61 ,046 

Pamela S. Whitt 61,046 

Solomon zeltzer 61,046 

...61,046 



Naroes Votes 

David Wald 18 , 106 

Adele Fumino 18 , 106 

Robert Goldsborough 18,106 

Maggie Feigin 18,106 

Jan Tucker 18,106 

Elizabeth Cervantes Barron 18,109 

John S. Donohue 18,106 

Carol Weston 18,106 

James Michael Noonan 18,106 

Margie Akin 18,106 

Ten Condit 18,106 

Margaret M. Smith 18,106 

Frcink Boeheim 18,106 

John C. Reiger 18,106 

Anthony Paul Kiingas 18,106 

Pamela Badger 18 , 106 

Michael Zaharakis 18,106 

Mary Noonan 18,106 

Lewis Shiranan 18,106 

Lew MoCamton 18,106 

Kevin Akin 18,106 

Julia Luna Mount 18,106 

Casey Peters.. 



Names Votes 

Hal Schacter 18,106 

Jane Hunter 18,106 

Aubrey Grossman 18,106 

Edith Rallberq 18,106 

Robert J. Evcins 18,106 

Victoria A. Lucas 18,106 

Wayne M. Collins 18,106 

Margaret Briggs 18,106 

Jay Crosby 18,106 

Rossana Cambron 18,106 

Henry Mar 18,106 

Patricia Bennett 18,106 

William A. Richerson 18,106 

Irene Yaraashita 18,106 

Elizabeth Searle 18,106 

Beatrice Prado 18,106 

Carmelita Avila 18,106 

Linda Wren 18,106 

Jose Ponce 18,106 

Miriam Knight 18,106 

Larry Lewis 18,106 

Marge Hinds 18 , 106 

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Names Votes 

Houston A. Myers 9,841 

William K. Shearer 9,841 

Patricia A. Harris 9,841 

Richard HimpJ-irey 9,841 

Herman C. Kruse 9,841 

Mina Lianbang 9,841 

Helen McKirahan 9,841 

Raymond O. Heaps 9,841 

Theresa F. Dietrich 9,841 

Michael D. Cable 9,841 

Oren G. Kammerer 9,841 

Echon V. Kaiser 9,841 

Nicnolas W. Kudrovzeff 9,841 

Robert W. Bullock 9,841 

Thomas M. Dilbeck 9,841 

Thomas M. Goodloe, Jr 9,841 

Marilyn M. Odom 9,841 

Kenneth E, Cottam 9,841 

Billiard M. Bowen 9,841 

Robert G. Charlton 9,841 

Jaoquaninot Neary 9,841 

Lily Doria Woods 9,841 

Nada L. Hanson. 



Names votes 

Paul Meeuwenberg 9,841 

Jerome E. Linz ^'|li 

Irene E. Maggio 9,841 

Herenia T. Churchill 9,841 

Ray C. Shuck 9,841 

Earl C. Harper 9r841 

Robert R. Geistweit 9,841 

Emil Hanson ^'1*1 

Lawrence B. Adams ^ ai 

Myron L. Guarnett 9,841 

William E. Perry 9,841 

Ruth Lewis ^'o1, 

James C. Griffin 9,841 

Fred E. Barber ^' at 

Dorothy M. Toone ^' ^i 

Lon L. Laymond 9,841 

Jack MoCoy 9,841 

Carolyn V. Breazeale 9,841 

Pat P. Scalera 9,841 

Gary R. Odom 9,841 

Rudolph J . Ellingsen 9 ,841 

William C. Lemly 9,841 

9,841 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this 2nd day of December, 1980. 




GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 
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cr:': 171980 

MARJH FONG Ell, Sccreta., i,: SU'^ 



EXECUTIVE AGREEMENT 

For Development 

Of Regional Low-Level Radioactive 

Waste Solutions 



WHEREAS, this state has responsibilities regarding 
management and disposal of low-level radioactive waste 
generated by non-federal activities within its borders; 
and 

WHEREAS, the development of regional solutions to 
low-level radioactive waste management and disposal prob- 
lems has been recommended by the National Governors' 
Association, the National Conference of State Legislatures 
and the State Planning Council, and encouraged by Congress; 
and 

WHEREAS, the development and proposal of such 
solutions requires careful consideration of complex factors 
and thoughtful cooperative drafting of proposed legislation 
or interstate agreement or compact language and supporting 
documents ; and 

WHEREAS, the development and proposal of such 
solutions are within the powers conferred upon the Western 
Interstate Energy Board and by the Western Interstate 
Nuclear Compact, but have not been undertaken by that 
Board to the extent provided for herein, and can more 
effectively be undertaken as provided for herein; and 

WHEREAS, Article VII of the Western Interstate 
Nuclear Compact authorizes supplementary agreements for 
the undertaking of activities or projects within the power 
of said Board; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the power and 
authority vested in me by the Constitution and statutes 
of the State of California, do hereby agree as follows, 
with such other states as similarly agree: 

1. This is a Supplementary Agreement entered 
into pursuant to Article VII of the Western 
Interstate Nuclear Compact. 



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IJxecotioe Bepartment 

^tt of Califomia 



4. 



There is hereby created the Western Regional 
Low-Level Radioactive Waste Conunittee, as an 
instrumentality of each of the states made 
a party to or participant in this Agreement. 
The Committee shall consist of one member 
appointed by the Governor of each state 
party to or participant in this Agreement. 

Each state which is a party to the Western 
Interstate Nuclear Compact may become a 
party to this Agreement, by the execution 
of the terms of this Agreement in writing 
by its Governor. Each state which is 
eligible to be but is not a party to the 
Western Interstate Nuclear Compact, and any 
other state whose participation is approved 
by all of the states then party to this 
Agreement, may become a participant in this 
Agreement by the execution of the terms of 
this Agreement in writing by its Governor. 
Parties and participants shall have equal 
voice and status in the work and recommenda- 
tions of the Committee. 

The purpose of the Committee is to develop 
and recommend to the governors of the states 
party to or participant in this Agreement, 
proposals concerning regional solutions to 
problems relating to management and disposal 
of low-level radioactive waste, which may 
include the drafting of proposed legisla- 
tion and interstate compact language. The 
recommendations of this Committee shall take 
into account and, to the extent deemed 
appropriate, conform to the recommendations 
of the National Governors' Association, the 
National Conference of State Legislatures, 
and the State Planning Council . 

The Western Interstate Energy Board shall 
administer and assist in the operation of 
this Agreement. 

The Committee, or the Western Interstate 
Energy Board on behalf of the Committee, 
may apply for and accept for its purpose 



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^xenitiDf Bepartment 

^tatf of California 



7. 




or agency thereof ^? °'' ^"^ subdivision 
fr-^m ^- °^' °^ interstate aqencv nr 
from any institution, person fir-t ^'J^ 
tion or cornorpin^^ person, firm, founda- 

and dJspSse^f thr; ^"'^ ""^^ receive, utilize 

+-h^,, i^"_|^t«jse ot the Committee. Excpci- ;=.<= 
they may be provided for out of fnn^.^ 

separately by that state ^^ ^°^"^ 

at^Jw^^^ "^^ withdraw from this Agreement 
at any time by order of ij-o r^, «yj^eement 
this Agreement ^h^ff Governor, and 
state par?y hereto or^n^^^^ "''^" ^^^ ^"^ °"^ 
withdrLn/ ^hll^AgreeSen't'^Sri^r- ^^^ 
expire three months alter the dLinn^K^''!"*^ 
the Committee recommends i ^cf^f " ''^^''^ 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the state of California 
to be affixed this 10th 
day of Qpcember, 19 80. 




Governor* of California 
ATTEST: 

Secretary of fetate 



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Dcpujty Secretary 



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F?LED 

In rin •<(;•* of His S»ntK,r). ' Stota 
of Itio Swti »<' -- 

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DIRECTION 

Con^L^p^''^ Treasurer under provisions of the State 
roii r ^^^^""^ Bond Act of 1947 (California Education 
Code Sections 90010-90080, as amended). °"cation 



WHEREAS, The trustees of the California State 
University and Colleges, on November 12 IQsn -hL*. a 
resolution authorizing ^he iss;;::croJ';he'?aIi?o?Eif " 
Serils ^Th^r'"'' ^"?,^°ll«g«- Housing System Revenue Bonds, 
W^\l 1^^^^^" called the "Supplemental Resolution") and 

o? ?hel?a;ro? Ti -^P^""""' ^^ '^^ ^^^^^ Board of ?oitro? 
held'^n'N:ilm^fr'?J:'?9SSf L'd^ ""^^"'"^ '"'^ ^^'^ ^^^"^"^^^ 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State 

Resol^^io^ rf ^°J^^5^^/ "'^ November 12, 1980, adopted a 
Resolution requesting that the State Treasurer be directed 

tKre^L-c-?ie^S\L-^§o^--LJ^):^?S ?K S^ce^l^-"^ 
numbers set forth in the Loan Agreement re?er?ed ?S in 
%V-^^ "solution, and said resolution was approved by the 
State Board of Control of the State of California a? a 
meeting duly and regularly held on November 26? I9IS; 

of ^h^°^: THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor 
of the State of California, hereby direct that you as 
State Treasurer, offer said Bonds for sale, and sell ?he 
same at private sale for cash to the GoverAment ?i the 

?ions ser?or^"" '"^ ^"""^""^ ^° ^^« te^mS^aAd ^onSf- 
Ino^? set forth in said Loan Agreement and in the 

bH4 72S 00o''"'°'"''°"- '"''^ ^°"^^ t° b- «° ^°ld Shall 
Sovfiblr i ?980 ^lll^^'^'-l P^i"^iP^l ^'"ount, all dated 
T^e S!e sLI? ^Iv 1"""*^''^^ ^^ ^° ^^^^' inclusive. 

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to 
be affixed this ((/^ day of December, 1980. 




Attest: 



SECRETARY OF StATE 







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PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



IWRCH TONQ lU, Secretl > a Stit 
^^ Deputy] 7| 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California. 
have founa that conaitions of extreme peril to the agricultural industry and 
the safety of agricultural properties exists within the Counties of Alameda 
and Santa Clara, state of California. Beginning on or about June 17, 1980, 
and having grown progressively worse, the Mediterranean Fruit Fly (Ceratitis 
Capitata) infestation, which by reason of its n^gnitude, is beyond the control 
Of the services, personnel, equipment and facilities of said Counties. Under 
the authority of Section 8625, Article 13, Title 2, Division 1 of chapter 7, 
aovern:.nt Code, I therefore proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency 
and hereby i^pXe^ent the California Peacetime E,nergency Plan in the Counties 
( of Alameda and Santa Clara; and 

PURSUANT TO this proclamation, I hereby direct all agencies of 
the state govern„.nt to utilise and employ state personnel, equipment, and 
facilities for the perforn^nce of any and all activities to alleviate this 
emergency; and 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible, this proclan«tion be 
filed in the Office of the Secretary of State. 

IN WITNESS W«ERKOF, I have hereunto set .y hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this ^^Z^ ^ay of 
Deceni)er, 1980. 



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GOVERNOR 



ATTEST: 



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EXECUTIVE ORDER B-75-80 



FILED 

el th -'•I*' •* Callfwla 

"rc: 31980 I 

Deputy 



WHEREAS, over 280,000 individuals are arrested each 
year in California for driving under the influence of 
alcohol and drugs; and 

WHEREAS, over 73,000 residents of California are injured 
each year, and an additional 2,500 killed in accidents in- 
volving alcohol and drugs; and 

WHEREAS, almost half of the fatal traffic accidents in 
California involve alcohol and drugs; and 

WHEREAS, despite repeated attempts over the years the 
State and citizens of California have yet to adequately 
address the problem of drivers under the influence of alcohol 
and drugs; and 

WHEREAS, public officials and concerned citizens have 
requested that the Governor appoint a task force to propose 
specific solutions to this problem; 

NOW, THEREFORK, I, Edmund G, Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in my by the Constitution and statutes of the State 
of California, do hereby issue this order to become effective 
immediately: 

1. The Task Force on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic 
Safety is created consisting of legislators, 
judges, prosecutors, defense counsel, 
educators, law enforcement officers, local 
officials, members of the insurance industry, 
representatives of liquor licensees and the 
news media, public members and other 
interested parties appointed by the Governor, 
together with the Governor's Legal Affairs 
Secretary, the Directors of Department of 
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Department of 
Motor Vehicles, Department of California 
Highway Patrol, Department of Alcohol and 
Drug Programs and Office of Traffic Safety. 



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2. The Task Force shall meet at the direction 
of its Chair, designated by the Governor, 
to analyze information currently available 
on the problem of alcohol, drugs and traffic 
safety, study programs of demonstrated effec- 
tiveness in other jurisdictions, consult 
with experts in the field and solicit testi- 
mony from all interested and affected parties 
to develop practical, economically feasible 
and publicly supported reforms to reduce the 
number of drivers upon the streets of Cali- 
fornia impaired by abuse of alcohol and drugs. 

3. No later than July 1, 1981, the Task Force 
shall submit its report and recommendations 
to the Governor including, but not limited to: 

- specific proposals for legislation to be 
introduced in the 1981-82 legislative 
session 

- specific proposals for administrative or 
regulatory changes by state and local 
officials having jurisdiction or 
responsibilities related to drivers 
under the influence of alcohol and drugs 

- specific proposals to focus public 
attention on the severity of the problem 
of alcohol, drugs and traffic safety, 
and the steps necessary to address that 
problem 

- an analysis of the estimated cost of each 
proposal, and availability of new funding 
sources to meet such expenses without 
resorting to state or local General Fund 
revenues or imposition of new general 
taxes. 



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4. Members of the Task Force shall serve 
voluntarily without compensation, but may 
be reimbursed for their reasonable and 
necessary expenses. Funding and staff 
support for the Task Force shall be pro- 
vided by the Departments of Alcoholic 
Beverage Control, Motor Vehicles, Califor- 
nia Highway Patrol and the Office of 
Traffic Safety from their existing budgets, 
subject to approval by the Secretary of 
the Business and Transportation Agency 

who shall have administrative responsi- 
bility for the Task Force. The Task Force 
may also accept and utilize federal funds 
and donations from private sources, subject 
to approval by the Director of the Depart- 
ment of Finance. 

5. All other state agencies responsible to the 
Governor are directed, and all other public 
entities are requested, to assist the Task 
Force as appropriate in discharging its 
responsibilities. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 

thirtieth day of 
December, 1980. 





Governor of California 
ATTEST : 

Secretary of State 



by {M^^ 



AJcchU-^A^ 



Dfeputy Secretary of State 



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^tt of CatfomiQ 



JAN 19 19811 

OqMy 



PROCLAMATION 



"We are not satisfied and we will not be satisfied 
until justice rolls down like waters and righteousness 
like a mighty stream." 

I again commend those words to the people of 
California today. January 15. 1981, 52nd anniversary of 
the birth of Martin Luther King, Jr., a leader who held 
out such a dream for our country. 

More than ever we need the power of unarmed truth 
as exemplified in the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this /i'ziC 
day of January, 1981. 




Governor of California 




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Secretary of 



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A> rf Mm taMtWaf •«• 



JAN 19 




PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, disabled persons have made significant contribu- 
tions to the benefit of mankind; and 

WHEREAS. 1981 has been designated as the International 
( Year of Disabled Persons by the United Nations General Assembly; 
and 

WHEREAS, the theme of the International Year of Disabled 
Persons is "full participation and equality"; and 

WHEREAS, California has been a leader in its commitment 
to individuals with disabilities through initiatives such as 
prohibiting discrimination on the basis of disability, mandating 
goals and timetables for the employment of disabled persons in 
State Government, providing programs designed to develop inde- 
pendent living skills and enforcing regulations to ensure 
accessibility to public buildings; and 

WHEREAS, significant challenges remain to ensure the 
availibility of education, to promote the employment of the 
handicapped, and to enhance independent living. 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor or the 
State of California, do hereby resolve and proclaim: 



That the State of California endorses and 
pledges to further the goals and objectives 
of 1981 as the International Year of Disabled 
Persons. 

That the citizens of our State are urged to 
participate in the observances of this year 
to be held throughout the State in the months 
to come . 



3. 



That the government and citizens of California 
renew their commitment in their efforts to 
prevent disabilities and to provide the opportun- 
ity for people with disabilities to fully 



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participate and contribute in all areas of 
society. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set ray hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this /^ Z3L 
day of January, 1981. 



Governor of California 



\AU(A.C^ "hMA ^ 




Secretary of State 



Demtty Secretary of^tate 



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jotatcofCalifonna 



FILED 

h Mm (Mm af «tM I t u mmt «IIM«» 
•I Mm Mm «l Cdtbml* 



JAN 28 1981 



MW^FONQ EU, SMTrixy of Siali 



Deputy 



PROCLAMATION 



Whereas, on November 4, 1979 American citizens were 
taken captive in Iran; and 

WHEREAS, the hostages demonstrated courage and dignity 
in the face of uncertainty and brutality at the hands of 
their captors; and 

WHEREAS, in an intolerable situation, not of their 
choosing, the hostages conducted themselves in a manner in 
which the entire nation can take pride; and 

WHEREAS, eight courageous servicemen lost their lives in 
an attempt to free the captives; and 

WHEREAS, the people of our state and ation have waited 
with patience and vigilance for their safe return; and 

WHEREAS, it is with relief and joy that we celebrate the 
release of our fellow citizens from captivity; and 

WHEREAS, this experience cannot be erased from their 
minds, we wish each returnee the quick and successful 
resumption of their normal lives; and 

WHEREAS, the President of the United States has signed a 
congressional resolution proclaiming, Thursday, January 29, 
1981 as a National Day of Thanksgiving in honor of the 
hostages; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim January 29, 1981 as a 
Day of Celebration in California honoring the safe return of 
the American hostages and reaffirming the precious freedom that 
we enjoy in our great nation. Nothing herein shall be deemed 
to declare or proclaim a day of public fast, thanksgiving or 
holiday pursuant to Government Code §§6700 (m) or 18025. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 28th day of 
January, nineteen hundred and 
eighty-one 




Governor of Californi; 



TTEST : 

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^tt or Cfllifoniia 



FILED 

\% HM 4IMS OT M9 IMfVMfy of M^W 

«lllM IMM if CdNmU 

FEB 3- 1981 

MMICN C9M at, MMHy af SM» 
OapMy 

WHEREAS, Joe Aceto has devoted over three decades to 
law enforcement setvice; and 

WHEREAS he has thrae times served as President of the 
San SefS^d'ino sfilrxffs :^loyee Association; and 

Peacn??^?;.rKSsLrc-A^sSa^!ororcn!fiS^.inS^^ 

r ~:r^'^"^°"" if cS??iStirpo^c.^\^^?s!anvr 

IlSi^^c^!i?ofn^rSiiiK«vt!?i^ri^5^v!^C^!ifaSr" 

sis indicated that he has every intention of cont.nuxng 
this commitment to serve law enforcement despite a well 
deserved retirement; 

THPRFPORE I Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor fo the State 

California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this ^:7XA- 
day of January 1981. 




Gove r nor of California 




ATTEST: 



SecretatY JV State y 





eputy "eyfoxary /br St::lo 



In CALiroMNi* orricB or «tatb rMKiiMi 



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£xenitit)t Bcparcment 

^tt oT CalTomia 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-77-81 



WHEREAS, an economically sound and sus£ainable agricul- 
ture is vital to California; and 

WHEREAS, California's agricultural future depends upon 
finding innovative and cost-effective solutions to problems 
of energy and water availability and cost, air, soil, and 
water quality, and pest prevention and control; and 

WHEREAS, investment of State resources is proper where 
significant public benefit can be realized; and 

WHEREAS, the Governor's budget for fiscal year 1981-82 
will propose that funds from the Energy and Resources Fund 
be available to the Department of Food and Agriculture for 
the Agriculture Investment Program to invest in the state's 
agricultural resources and specifically into the problems 
affecting the protection of renewable resources in agricul- 
ture as well as in resource related problems and projects 
to assure the future existence of a viable agriculture in 
the State; and 

WHEREAS, consultation and advice from farmers, scientists, 
educators, the financial community, and the public is needed 
to fully evaluate problems affecting our agricultural resources; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State 
of California, do hereby issue this order to become effective 
immediately: 

1. The Director of the Department of Food and Agricul- 
ture shall select an Advisory Committee consisting of sixteen 
(16) members to make recommendations to the Director with 
respect to implementation of this Order. Eight of the Advisory 
Committee members shall be selected by the Director from 
nominations received from representatives of the agricultural 
community; the agricultural members of the Advisory Committee 
shall be selected to represent the geographic, commodity, 
and size diversity of the State's agriculture. The Director 
shall appoint eight additional persons as follows: 

(a) a representative of the University of California; 

(b) the Director of the State Department of 
Conservation, or a designee; 

(c) the President of the Resource Conservation 
Districts Association, or a designee; 

(d) the Director of the State Department of 
Water Resources, or a designee; 




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(e) 



(g) 

(h) 



a member of thp <;i-=.«-^ t, .. 

the State Cha r o£ the Ja!ifo""°"'^^^" ^^"'^'^^^ Board; 
Stabilization and Cons^rvaMo ^'^ Agricultural 
ciesignee; "-onservation Committee, or a 

onlTulirc'^'eLrer^' ''^ ^---al community; 

The^Oirector shall yearly designate one member to act as 

to th'; o?r:ororTl,T7eiin: ^l?^^^ -^- -commendations 

ani^s:!r-.- - - i s-on;/?sL--2tj--?^^ 

fntTA "* genetic resources anri In energy, water, air 
following purposes: ' "'^ ^" accordance with the 

Increasing aqr iculfnr^i e. ■ ^ 

resources of'.g.icul^^tal'o^l^ljf^"" ^'°-" nonrenewable 

Sr;^a^J;'L"L,"t„f-"«iv^ eapac't, o, caXUo„u soUs 
rwi "' ^"adequate drainaqe %o?l ^^^^lon, salt accumu- 
^ecUne m fertility; anTS^bln^^^^^oTSe^^,?-^-^-"' 

-":r?;C?tJ?|;^^^^^^^^^i^y and efficiency of water use 

anrte:Si?^u:s1°:f/Prorr °f.-9ricultural strategies 
ensuring the control of ^ZTlna^ '""^ fP^^ad of'anl^"" 

pxant and animal pests; 
Identifying stra^ 

increase the compa?ibilitv°^f ^'"^' • ^"^ incentives that 
with long-term maintenance of ^^f^f^ltural activities 
ana water quality. "" °^ wUdlife habitat and air 

J • The Director <3h = i i 
^» «.ae t.ro„,, .., -o.'J'not'!l'i;,V.ri:^T."' ^"'"" ^-'u 



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4. 



The Advisory Committee shall additionally: 



cu^^;;e^and":::e^%^^^??:-/--tment needs .n agri- 

aftecting the preservation ' evaluating problems 

or renewable a^rrL^^tuJinesoSrc^r.^r-ZstrJe'!"""^"^ 

anS'^the'r^^^^n'^Lj'^^^-;^ ^^^"^ '^^ — c^ community, 
tor the invIIuga?ion Ind^of'?"^' ^"^ investigators ^' 
and recommend to t^e D^rectoJ thrf°^'P^^'''^ problems 
posals Which, in the estimation of thf'^^ °' ''"'^^ P^°- 
™ay reasonably be expected\^rCe1uc^\\^?u^ra°;d^ S^^bie"^^' 

sibilities for main?ainiia fmn. interests and respon- 
renewable agricultural resourcesln^^' f"'' ^"^ancing ^ 
with them in attaining such goals ^.fh ^^^P^^^^tively 
may include, but not be limited tA ?"ch cooperation 
or in whole, by grant or hvi^ ' ^""^^"9' in part 
recommended by o£hlrq?ouos ^^"' P'^^^^^ts or programs 
ana individuals. ^i^oups, agencies, institutions, 

tL^nrtS'ihe^^JJe^t'irLs^^d ^T.":? ^"'^ -^^ recommenda- 
m this Executive Order and tu^ t P^'^P^^es established 

by the Advisory Conu^Utee Th! ?,''^^''^ established 
tions Should emphasTze in^nu I Committee's recommenda- 
unlikely to tinrsupporJ ?hrouarnfP'°^^'^^^ ^''^^ ^^^ 
tunair^ channels, and the Comm?^ ^^u ^^^*^^ °' federal 
its reconunendationfdo not Jupiic^t/*'^''. ^"^"-^^ that 
within the Department of Food^nH^ °"g°^ng programs 
state agencies or commissions ^".^^^griculture or other 
shall seek to maximize ?heoo;«nf^^/'^^'^°'^y Committee 
might result from tJe allocaMo f ^"''^^^ benefit that 
this program, and shall encourao. ^l^^t '""'^^ ""^^^ 
to provide tne most eneT^T^uH Tf^TttTuLV.'''''' 
Annually describe and reoorf r,,- 
to the Governor and the ^bli?!^"^' °" Projects funded 

Make recommendations to the niro^^ 

Of Fooa ana Agriculture with r^^.^ ?' ""^^ Department 

Of this progrin. '*"' respect to the implementation 



5. 
for a tei 
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advisots, and staff .sJiL^! "^ travel expenses, technical 
«e°L:%e%'fn%"e°?L^E^Pn„"d':^'" ''"^^"' °^ "^ ...'"il'tS,^! 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the state of California 
to be affixed this 11th 
day of February, 1981 





/j/^ 



Governor of California 
ATTEST : 

Secretary of state 




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^xccotioe Bepartmtnt 

3tatc of California 







iM^raMmiMn 



MEDITERRANEAN FRUIT FLY 
EMERGENCY PRnrraMAT^TpN pRp^R ^„ 



This order is based on the Proclamation of a State of Emer> 
gency dated December 24, 1980 concerning the infestation of the 
Mediterranean fruit fly m the counties of Alar^da and Santa 
Clara, a copy of which is attached hereto and made a part hereof, 
and subsection (d) of section 8646 of the Government Code. 

The Director of Food and Agriculture is hereby authorized to 
enter into leases, contracts and agreements with private parties 
.nd government agencies for producing in Hawaii sterile Mediter- 
ranean fruit flies without complying with provisions of the State 
contract Act, Government Code section 14250 et seq.. and any 
other related statutory requirements which might otherwise be 
required. The Director shall maintain timely and accurate rec 
ords Of each such lease, contract or agree.nent for review by the 
Departments of Finance and General Services. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the state of California to be affixed this 
- l'it*y. day of February. 1981. 





ATTEST: 

\l[U)iA(!lA Irz^ ^ 

Secretary of State 
By 



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^tt of Cfllifomia 






prcx:lamation 



WHEREAS, it is important that we utilize the large 
supply o£ natural resources--trees--which use solar energy 
in the most basic way; and 

IfflEREAS, our forests can be managed on a renewable babis 
so that this great asset will endure and flourish for gener- 
ations to come; and 

WHEREAS, it is time to look upon the protection of our 
natural resources not solely as an environmental concern, 
but rather as an economic responsibility that should unite 
labor, business, consumers, and environmentalists; and 

WHEREAS, the Renewable Resources Investment Fund is 
I designed to help us protect California's forests and protect 
I the thin layer of arable soil which is the difference between 
fertile, useful land and desert; and 

WHEREAS, beyond the environmental and economic necessity 
of trees, they provide a sense of beauty to our planet, 
whether in the wilds or in populated areas; and 

WHEREAS, California boasts the magnificent sequoia 
sempervirens and the sequoia gigantea while also enjoying 
many, beautiful tree-lined cities; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of 
California, do proclaim March 7, 1981 as Arbor Day in 
California. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 6th 
day of February, 1981 




Governor bf California ' 



ATTEST : 



Secretary of Statt 



LUL, 



t>y. 



"Depiily Socrotary of ^ate 



printed in CALiroRNiA orFlcB or itatb 



jy^-y 



i!xtnititiE Btpartmcnt 

^tatt or California 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-7681 



I- I L E D 

1.1 II • «flk« M Itn S«r«lary e' ' ^t 

FEB - 9 1981 

MMCH rods Ei; S«ni«)t r* £^ 



WHEREAS, the State of California may be subjected to a 
great earthquake with catastrophic consequences in the fore- 
seeable future; and 

WHEREAS, it is the responsibility of the State to 
maintain a maxii.ium degree of preparedness for such an event; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, including but not limited to. Sections 8550, 8567 
and 8595 of the Government Code, do hereby issue this order to 
become effective immediately: 

1. There is established an Emergency Task Force on 
Earthquakes composed of experts in all functional fields 
relevant to preparedness for, response to and recovery from a 
great earthquake; members shall be appointed by the Governor 
from both the public and private sector. Members of the Task 
Force, other than the Director, shall serve voluntarily and 
without compensation, but may be reimbursed for their necessary 
expenses. 

2. The Emergency Task Force on Earthquakes shall have 
the following responsibilities: 

a. By July 1, 1981, define an integrated system 
of impact magnitudes and operational goals 
and measures of readiness for a "catastrophic 
earthquake" ; 

b. By July 1, 1981, review all plans and prepare 
a statement of tasks and guidelines for 
attainment of those goals by July 1, 1982, 

in each of the following emergency functional 
fields: 

1) Policy issues and legal authorities 

2) Command and control 

3) Public information 

4) Threat assessment 

5) Emergency management 

6) Plan evaluations and 

7) Recovery strategy 

8) Communications 

9) Volunteer and neighborhood training 

10) Search and rescue 

11) Modical and mortuary services 



information 
tests 



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i!xtcutit)c Btpartmtnt 

^tate or (LaliTomia 



PAGE TWO 



e. 



12) Mass care services (feeding, housing, 
clothing, evacuation) 

13) Legal services 

14) Financial services 

15) Fire services 

16) Law enforcement services 

17) Route recovery and traffic regulation 

18) Construction and demolition 

19) Transportation 

20) Food and water distribution 

21) Electrical power distribution 

22) Petroleum fuel distribution 

23) Preservation of productivity 

By July 1, 1981, design specific plans to 
identify and train or otherwise earmark 
critical personnel and material resources in 
both the public sector and the private 
sector necessary for completion of critical 
tasks. The priorities of such plans should 
be: (1) save life, (2) preserve producti- 
vity, and (3) minimize property damage. 

By July 1, 1981, provide a scale of "levels 
of readiness" to assist all public and 
private sector planners to define procedures 
and earmark resources for an ascending order 
of alertness for a catastrophic earthquake. 

By May 1, 1981, provide recommendations for 
a proposed Comprehensive Emergency Manage- 
ment Agency, or its equivalent, to which 
Task Force management functions may be 
transferred on or about July 1, 1981. 

I 
3. The Director of the Office of Emergency Services, who I 
is also the State Director of Civil Defense, shall be 
responsible for providing necessary support staff and resources 
to the Task Force and coordinating participation by all other 
State Agencies, departments, boards and commissions with the 
Task Force. The Director of the Office of Emergency Services 
shall have ultimate administrative responsibility for the Task 
Force. 

4 In order to achieve maximum preparedness for a great 
earthquake by July 1, 1982, the Task Force may direct each 
State agency, department, board or commission to: 



@ S 



I^xtnittot Btpartmcnt 

State of California 



PAGE THREE 



Assign a representative to Steering, 
Advisory or the State Earthquake Planning 
Committees; 

Review and refine existing emergency plans; 

Develop courses of action to accelerate 
attainment of a high state of readiness; 

Train employees for emergency assignments; 
and 

Facilitate attainment of operational goals 
to be outlined by July 1, 1981. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
this 9th day of February, 1981. 



Governor of California 





ATTEST : 

Secretary of Stpte 

/T) ,ut{Ir' Til ■ -Q^nj 



ii 



3i-5-z 




l!xtnitit)t ©tpartment 

^tt of California 



PROCLAMATION 



FILED, 

e« Mm IMM •( C < J >w»l i[ | 

FEB 19 1981 

FONG fU, Secretary of 




'J^tLi-, 



Deputy 



WHEREAS, on February 19, 1942, 120,000 citizens of 
Japanese ancestry were uprooted from their homes, deprived 
of their property and interned in detention camps, and 

WHEREAS, in spite of suffering such injustices and 
hardships, the vast majority of those interned remained 
loyal American citizens, and 

WHEREAS, during the incarceration of their families, 
Japanese-American soldiers from California fought with 
incredible bravery in the war effort, and 

WHEREAS, the injustice suffered by Japanese-Americans 
in violation of their civil rights as guaranteed by the 
Constitution is one of the dark pages in the history of our 
nation. Remembering this tragic action, let us again re- 
affirm our belief in the viability of the basic Constitu- 
tional principles of justice for each individual American. 

^ I, THEREFORE, do hereby proclaim February 19, 1981, as 
A Day of Remembrance", and urge all Californians and 
Americans to reflect upon the meaning of this day for our 
fellow Japanese-Americans and for all our citizens. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 19th 
day of February, 1981 





Governor of California 



ATTEST : 




Secretary^of State 



IrtWrd In < Ai inmNiA orrici or it«> mmnm 




■--ia 



3^^ 




I^XffutiDf Bcpartmcnt 
dratcofCalifornij 



FILED 



FEB26 1961 



PROCLAMAT ION 



nnfi^^^ ' ^''®'"! °''^' '" California and the 
'motion, thousands of victims and witnesses of crimes 

Thp/lT rt*^«'^«^ ^^^s than sufficient attention 
ineir rights; and 



to 



to the 
cimes ; 



WHEREAS , I t 
[ just I 
plight of victims 



^ ■■ , . '^ the responsibil ity of our 

cr.m.na/ ;ust,ce system and the citizenry to respond 

and witnesses of violent 
ana 



.«^.- •J"^*^^' Tf^^ nation and the state suffer 
titnML <'''<' ^.economically ^hen victims and 
TllJlfi /-^ discouraged from participating in the 
a(knini strati on of criminal justice; and 

WHEREAS, The observance of "California' s 

on'^oi :? VJr ''''''" ^'" focus public attention 
on society's duty to improve the plight and restore 
the rights of crime victims and witnesses; ^"^""^^ 

.f n 1?ll' ™^^'^'^' '' U'KE CURB, Acting Governor 

26th l9°f,7lV ..n 1'^''^^^.^''°''^°'"' ^P'-^^ ^Oth through 
26th, 1981 as "California Forgotten Victims Week." 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand 
tobT'im.ed'. '"''"'' ''"' "^ '"^ ''"'' °^ CalTfornia 

February", ?Jsk' ""'^ °^ Sacramento this 26th day of 







Si^r 






MIKE CURB 

Act ing Governor 

ATTEST: 

Ui%\cA It^u^ lot. 




3y^^o 



ii- 



Sxcnidot Btpartmtnt 

fxasi of CaUromia 



PILED 

MAR9- 1981 

MMCn RRM Hit BMHiy Cf MH 



PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, Edmund G. Brown, Jr., Governor of the State of 
California, having been informed that a catastrophic 
failure has occurred, beginning on or about January 18, 
1981, to a portion of the coastal highway known as Mattole 
Road, FAS Route V058 at approximately post mile 24.2, as 
a result of high winds, heavy seas and high tides that 
caused severe damage to said road, hereby proclaim the 
existence of a State of Emergency in the County of Humboldt 
within the meaning of Section 12.5, Title 23 of the United 
States Code. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed. 



Done at the City of Sacramento this 9th day of 



March, 1981 




Governor \t California 



ATTEST 




Deputy aCo^otai-y oi" ^Late 



H\% orviCI OF 11ATI ftlNTlftC 



^-^ 



3¥C/ 



i^xtratiDc Btpartmtnt 

^atc of (Liliromia 



PROCLAMATION 



MAR 1 7 1981 

RWQ eu, InraiMy ■< Mto 






WHEREAS, agriculture is California's number one industry, providing jobs and 
leading the nation with an estimated $14 billion in gross farm receipts; and 

VHEREAS, the financial and political impact of California agriculture extends 
far beyond the borders of the state having a significant effect on the entire nation's 
balance of trade; and 

WHEREAS; the hard work of California fan lers perpetuates economic stability 
and viability in the state while simultaneously supplying food and fiber to millions 
of people throughout the world; and 

WHEREAS; in order to maintain a strong agricultural industry, it is important 
that all Californians understand how agriculture affects their lives and well-being; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund C. Brown Jr., Governor of California, do 
proclaim March 19, 1981 as Agriculture Day in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California the 17th day 
of March, 1981. 







Secretary of State 



3/<i.^ 



i^xtcutitic ©fpartment 

^u of (LiliTornia 



^ FILED p. 

Of Ito Siolt off Onfinili 

MAR 2 6 1981 I 

MMKH F0N6 EU, StcntMy of lull 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B 78 - 81 



O^Mty 



tkALt^ 



Cal 
abl 
and 



WHEREAS, there is a need to consolidate the State of 
i£ornia's state government energy conservation and renew- 
e resources activities for state facilities in a formal 

permanent body; 



NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Drown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
I vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State 
[ of California, do hereby issuf this order to become effective 
inuaediately: 

5 1. There is established the State Government Energy 
j Task Force consisting of representatives of the following 
I state agencies: 

California Conservation Corps 
, Department of Corrections 

I Department of Developmental Services 

Office of Emergency Services 

Department of Employment Development 

Division of Fairs and Expositions 

Department of Finance 

Department of Fish and Game 

Department of Food and Agriculture 

Department of Forestry 

Department of General Services 

Department of Health Services 

Department of Housing 

and Community Development 

Department of Highway Patrol 

Department of Mental Health 

Military Department 

Department of Motor Vehicles 

Department of Parks and Recreation 

Office of Planning and Research 

Office of Appropriate Technology 

Department of Transportation 

Department of Water Resources 

Department of the youth Authority 

California Energy Commission 

2. The following agencies are encouraged to participate 
in the Task Force and this Order to the greatest extent 
feasible: 

Board of Governors, Community Colleges 
Public Utilities Commission 
Regents of the University of California 
State Air Resources Board 
Trustees of the California State 
University and Colleges 




tJxccutitJt Bepartmtnt 

jlkut of CaliromiQ 



PAGE TWO 



3 The Director of the Department of General Services 
shall'chair the Task Force and will have pri-nary responsi- 
bility for developing overall plans for energy conservation 
aid reneSIble resources by state agencies and assuring timely 
implementation of such programs. 

4. The State Government Energy Task Force shall 

. direct, coordinate and assist energy conservation 
and renewable resources programs and the develop- 
ment of alternative energy technologies m state 
agencies and operations; 

develop sufficient generating capacity at state 
facilities equal to the state government's own 
electricity needs by 1990; 

provide private industry and local governments 
with information on the state government energy 
program of the State of California. 

5. Agencies participating in the State Government Energy 
Task Force shall: 

.. designate energy managers for all state facilities; 

.. monitor their monthly energy use and report there- 
on quarterly to the Task Force; 

participate in energy conservation and production 
programs as directed by the Task Force; 

develop energy conservation plans to achieve a 
twenty percent (20%) reduction in their energy 
needs by fiscal year 1983-84; 

develop plans for maximum implementation by 1985 
of alternative energy technologies such as 
cogeneration, small hydroelectric, solar thermal, 
solar photovoltaic, geothermal, wind and biomass. 



tm CALirOKNlA OFFICE OT VtAtU I 



iExccutitJt Bcpartmtnt 

^tt of California 



PAGE THREE 



6. The Office of Appropriate Technology shall coordinate 
in cooperation and consultation with the California Energy 
Conunission technical advice on energy policy and technology 
to the Task Force and participating agencies. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 

hereunto set my hand and 

caused the Great Seal of 

the State of California 

to be affixed this 25th 

day of March, 1981. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 

Dqyuty Secretary o^ State 



prtnltJ ht cALiroiMiA ovFiri or itayk piintino 



,'^C3 



hlUi 



iJitnJtitic Btpartmcnt 

;Statc of CiilifomiQ 



•( *• IM» •( CalHemta ; 

MflR?.7 1981 






prcx:lamation 



WHEREAS, the California Legislature passed the Rumford 
Fair Housing Law in 1963 prohibiting discrimination in 
housing based on race, color, religion, national origin, 
or ancestry, and 

WHEREAS, the State of California has, through the Depart- 
ment of Fair Employment and Housing, enforced the Rumford 
Fair Housing Act, and 

WHEREAS, it is the public policy of the State of Cali- 
fornia to promote equal housing opportunity throughout as 
a right to be enjoyed by all California residents, 

I, THEREFORE, PRCX:LAIM, as Governor of the State of 
California, on behalf of all its citizens, the month of 
April "Fair Housing Month." 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 26th 
day of March, 1981. 





ATTEST: 

Secretary of State 

DjJpuLy Soi.rot^..y jiT State 



m-= 



^imtWit Bcpartmtnt 

State or Califomia 



PROCLAMATION 



J^^ 



In *• o«e. o< t(» S^^ ?* »«*• 
at Hw »t(H« o« CoIHotbIo 

APR 20 1981 i 

MMCH FONQ EIL Sicntaty of W» 
Doputy 



WHEREAS, women comprise a large percentage of the work 
force in California; and 

WHEREAS, for too many years women have been the victims 
of conscious and unconscious discrimination; and 

WHEREAS, working women make many contributions to the 
economy of California; and 

WHEREAS, working women have the right to expect equal 
pay for equal work, fair promotion, written job descriptions, 
and respect for the work that they do; and 

WHEREAS, it is important that all women continue to 
work for fair and equal treatment on the job and to be 
represented in all levels of employment; and 

WHEREAS, more needs to be done to secure equal rights 
for working women; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State 
of Jalifornia, do hereby declare and proclaim April 22, 1981 
as Working Women's Day. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 20th 




day of April 1981 
Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



lecretary of Stite ~^) 




i/4^5- 



3Pxenititic Bepartmtnt 

State of CaliTomiQ 



FILED I 

APR 30 1981 



NWCH FONQ EU Svtw 



Deputy 



WHEREAS, Executive Order B-7-75, issued October 10, 1975, 
established the Office of Employee Relations within the 
Governor's Office to represent the Governor in all matters 
concerning State employee-employer relations; and 

WHEREAS, effective May 1, 1981, the Governor's 
Reorqanization Plan No. 1 of 1981 will establish the Department 
of Personnel Administration with central authority for personnel 
policies for all agencies and departments in the Executive 
Branch of State Government; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority vested 
in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective 
immediately: 



Executive Order No. 
of May 1, 1981. 



B-7-75 is repealed as 



Effective May 1, 1981 the Office of Employee 
Relations is abolished and all authorities and 
responsibilities of the Office shall be vested 
in the Director of the Department of Personnel 
Administration. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 29th day of 
April, 1981. 





Governor of California 




.TTEST : 

\J[}JX\JU 



-mce^ W 



Secretary of State 



by ^^ A 

Ddputy Secret 



puty Secr etaxy or state 



^lenitiDt Btpartment 

^tt of C!:alifomia 



3¥U 
F1CED 

MAY 1 1981 
M CK lKM|m of lUto 



D^wly 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-79-81 



WHEREAS, the State of California is dedicating a newly 
constructed office building on Site lA; and 

WHEREAS, Gregory Bateson was one of the most accomplished 
thinkers of our generation; and 

WHEREAS, the works of his lifetime have advanced human 
knowledge in the fields of biology, psychology, anthropology 
and philosophy; and 

WHEREAS, Gregory Bateson served with distinction as a 
public servant on the faculty of the University of Califor- 
nia at Santa Cruz and as a member of the University of 
California's Board of Regents; and 

WHEREAS, Gregory Bateson was especially concerned with 
the relationships between mind and nature and recognized 
the necessity of human beings living in accord with sound 
j environmental principles; and 

WHEREAS, the building on Site lA is a reflection of this 
philosophy in that it was designed for energy efficiency 
and on a scale to meet the human needs of the people who 
work in it; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State 
of California, do hereby issue order to become effective 
immediately; 

The new state office building at Site lA in the City 
of Sacramento dedicated May 1, 1981 shall be known as the 
"Gregory Bateson Building" in honor of his contributions 
to the State, of California and mankind. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 1st 
day of May 1981, 




Governor'of California I 



ATTEST: 




Secretary of Stat 



printed in CAi.troHNiA orriCK or tTATK PIUNTIMO 






MAY G 1981 



l^xtcotioe Bepartmtnt 

^rc of CaKTomia 




SM^ofstm 



D^wiy 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, the Health Center concept for the delivery 
Of preventative and acute health care has proven to be a 
successful approach to providing health services to people 
who otherwise would not be able to afford health care; and 

r.^^J'^^^^^ ' Jt^''^^^''^^^^''^^ ^'^°"' community health centers, 
community and free clinics, migrant health centers, rural 
neaith centers, women's clinics, Indian health clinics, 
community mental health centers, county sponsored primary 

hfl?^^'°^''^'"^ P"^^'"" ^^""^^^ clinics, and other community 
health organizations will convene in Sacramento, May 7, 

in ih/n,fr?o"''''°" °^ l^^ progress made by these programs 
in the past 12 years; and 



WHEREAS, the West 
Centers, Inc. and co- 
Association of Free a 
County, California As 
California Rural Heal 
Health, San Diego Cou 
Coalition for the "Tr 
Rural Health Centers, 
Program, inc. have as 
implementation of hea 
improve the physical 
conditions of communi 



ern Association of Community Health 
sponsors: Alameda Health Consortium, 
nd Community Clinics of Los Angeles 
sociation of Primary Care Clinics, 
th Federation, California Urban Indian 
ncil of Community Clinics, Health 
uly Needy", Association of California 
Inc., and the National Health Law 
its main objective the promotion and 
1th plans and programs designed to 
and emotional health and socio-economic 
ties served by these organizations; 



NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of 
the State of California, do hereby proclaim Thursday, May 7, 
1981, as Community Health Day in California", and commend 
these organizations for their community spirit, dedication, 
and interest m working towards making the availability 
of health care a reality for every American citizen. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 4th 
day of May 1981 




05.1^^4 /7 r/*«^ 'I 

Governor of Californi^/^-^N 



ATTEST: 






Secretary of 



printrd in cai.ipuhnia orrice or 



■TATE 






ate 



7 SearotaiT of 

PKINTINO 



^^c^ 



£xcaitit)t ©cpartmtnt 

^tote of Catifomia 



MAY 4 1981 

MARCH FWa EU, S^aiW 0» ^ 
' ^J Deputy 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, Cinco de Mayo is a time when those of Mexican 
decent conun^mor ate the victory in 1862 of Mexico's people 
over the forces of Napolean III; and 

WHEREAS, California is a state that has been strongly 
influenced by Mexican history and culture; and 

WHEREAS, Mexican-Americans have made sig"i^i"'?J„^°^^'''" 
butions to tne United States in general and to California 
in particular; and 

WHEREAS, this occasion gives all of us a chance to honor 
the heros of the Mexican struggle and those who seek inde- 
pendence everywhere; and 

WHEREAS Californians want to take this opportunity 
to sSuteo^r neighbor to the south on the date designated 
for commemorating Mexico's quest for independence; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and the statutes of the 
State of California, do hereby declare and P^^^Jj;"',^^^. ^^3 
5th of May, 1981 as Cinco de Mayo and urge all Californians 
to commemorate this historic date and to celebrate the rich- 
ness?The color , and the vitality of the Mexican heritage 
in our state. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this *t^ 
day of May 1981 






Governor of California 



TTEST : 



Secretary of Stati 



WU 



J 



b v ^..x/»/ J. K Um^uAA ji 

Dopmy Secretary of ^iato 



printrd in cAi-ircmNiA orricB or fTATB mmTmo 



3*^^") 



FILED 

"iR <f* one* or iH SMMwy «r 



^itratioc Bepartment 

f^xt of CalifomiQ 



*f 



«( Mw Itata of Colltonila 

MAY 'A 1981 

tyof SM 



MARCH FDNGEU, 



EU, Swntaty of St 



PROCLAMATION 



Diputy 



WHEREAS, the Health Center concept for the delivery 
of preventative and acute health care has proven to be a 

!ho''of^'"^-^^^''°^f'' ^"^ providing health services to people 
who otherwise would not be able to afford health carerand 

WHEREAS, representatives from conununity health centers 
SeaTth''^ r^ ''^^ clinics, migrant health centers, rSral' 
health centers, women's clinics, Indian health clinics 
community mental health centers, county sponsored pJJm^ry 
Sea^th o?a^nf ' ^"''''^ ''ff''^ clinics, and other community 
?Qftl i^^ "^^'°"^ "'^^ convene in Sacramento, May 7, 

Cente^r^tnA ^^L"*^^^^"" ^^^o^iation of Community Health 
"sociJ^inn Af^ co-sponsors: Alameda Health Consortium, 
Association of Free and Community Clinics of Los Anaelf-. 
county, California Association of PrimarJ ?are ?Unics 

Sealth"san''S[eoVr''''T"'"^^''°"' ^-^i'-ni- Urill^J^dian 
Health, San Diego Council of Community Clinics, Health 

Rura^;ealth'cen^ """'"^^ ^""^^" ' ^^^ciation of California 
Proaram Jn^ Centers, inc., and the National Health Law 
Program, Inc. have as its main objective the oromotion ;,nrf 

iSiovrthe'^H °' '?"''' P'""^ ^"^ prograiSs designed Jo ' 
conH?^f physical and emotional health and socio-economic 
conditions of communities served by these organizations" 

the s?a;e''of'?I?f?' '• ^^T^'t ^- ^^°"" ''" ^^-^^^or of 
iSll ^c -r California, do hereby proclaim Thursday, May 7, 
lllh Community Health Day in California", and commend 

and !n?e?esi"n'""\'°' l""^'' community spir it,'dedr?^!on, 
of h if^ '" working towards making the availability 
of health care a reality for every American citizei! ^ 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the state of California 
to be affixed this 4th 
day of May 1981 




Gove 



ATTEST : 



jvernor ot California 



Secretary of Stjite 



nttd In CALironxiA cirrici or itatm nuMTWa 



==s 



DejATty Llocrotary of 



Stat9 



Mno 



iPxenitioc Bcpartment 

^tt of California 




FILED nj 

MAY fj 1981 I 

MARCH FONQ EU, 



Depuly 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-80-81 

create between eighty and "J^^^y/^J^rone-half of all goods 
employment opportunities, P^^^^^^^en years , have been 
Ind sSvices and, ^-^^.^^^^^^^ty percent 'of our innovative 
responsible for more than sevem^y v 

product development; and ^^ 

WHEREAS, small ^usinesses provide thes^e^entrepreneuria 

opportunities in the face °f /^^"^^^^i^s which require legal 
frte^niSf rrs^cernS^rerdfiravailable to small firms; 

f ^ho October, 1980 California 
WHEREAS, the ^f^^f^^^^^^s issued a Resolution calling 
State conference on Small Business is ^^ ^^^^ ^ 

for the Governor of^f^-^^f^^Ji^ory Council to address the needs 

^f ^thr"en:irrs;a!rbusiness community; 

State rcal?--^'^v^i-e^?-4e^^^ 
S?Ek%^^.ei-r-s;r^- -if ?r^ecome effective 
immediately: 



1. 



v,^r-ohv created the Governor 'a Small 
There is hereby creatt-u ^ Business, 

Business Advisory Council "'^'^^r tne b 
Transportation and H^^^^^^^^f^^^^ns appointed 
council shall be c°"^P°^^^°^ir serving the 

^^ ^^\f rhrsm^irbrsinefs com^^nity^n^ will 
needs of the smaii " geographical and 

rcSrarionrr/ntlu:s':;h?y comprise CaUfo. ..■ s 

small business community; 
2. The council's responsibilities include, but are 
not limited to: 

- identifying and ^^^'^-^iliftf !n"Sfifornia 
the small business community in cai 

- implementing recommendations from the 
^a?ifornia State Con e-nc| ^J^^^^^^^ 
rslnfsl Em^plfySert^Pro.ect Tas. Forces 

- making recommendations to the Governor on 
small business issues 



^xecotiDt ©tpartmtnt 

State or California 



PAGE TWO 



The Council shall meet at least once each month 
at the direction of its Chair, designated by 
the Governor. Members of the Council shall 
serve voluntarily and without comoensation, 
but may be reimbursed for their necessary 
expenses by the Director of the Department of 
Economic and Business Development, who shall 
have administrative responsibility for the 
Council. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 7th day of 
May, nineteen hundred and eighty- 
one . 




Governor of California 




TTEST : 



Secretary of StAte 



by. 



Doputv liooroLary of StZtT 



for\- 

L'j 



iV7/ 



F'LED 

J*. SM. «»l Callfomta 

MAY 1 4 1981 , , 




By 



ifxtcutiot ©tpartment 

^tc or Cabfomio 



Deputy 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B8 2-81 



WHEREAS, there are estimated to be approximately 
60,000 Asian- Indians residing in the State of California; 
and 

WHEREAS, Asian-Indians include persons of Indian 
Subcontinental origin, specifically those persons whose 
heritage derives from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and 
Bangladesh; and 

WHEREAS, there is a need for consistent and equitable 
treatment of As icin- Indians ; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State 
of California do hereby issue this order, to become 
effective immediately: 

1. There is established an Asian-Indian Advisory 
Council to the Governor to provide advice and 
counsel on the needs of and issues facing the 
Asian-Indian community in California. 

2. Members of the Advisory Council shall be appointed 
by and serve at the pleasure of the Governor. The 
Chairperson shall be designated by and serve at 
the pleasure of the Governor. The Advisory Council 
shall choose other officers as it deems necessary. 
Members shall serve without compensation or 
reimbursement of expenses. 



3. 




The Advisory Council shall provide the Governor 
with its first report by December 1, 19 81. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this twelfth 
,of May, 1981 



d^.ot May, iyai. m 



Governor of California 



ATTEST 



Secretary oy State 
^7. 




luty Soo/etary at State 



▼▼T 



M-?!^ 



ii 



I. tUoHci of *• ««rtELu 

MAY 2 1981 



3Pxcnirit)t ©tpartmtnt 

3tacc of Catifomia 



B83-81 



WHEREAS, the State of California procures services 
involving the expenditure of large sums of money; and 

WHEREAS, widespread notice of this procurement activity 
should be given for many reasons, including the need for the 
public to be informed as to the character of the public's 
business, to afford an opportunity for all interested persons 
to compete for the State's business and to provide the oppor- 
tunity for procuring the services at a more economical price 
than might otherwise be the case; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective 
immediately: 

1. The Department of General Services shall publish, 
or cause the publication of, a California State 
Contracts Register containing a description of 
the services to be procured by the State. 

2. The California State Contracts Register shall 
be published not less frequently than twice a 
month and shall be made available to any entity 
or individual desiring such information. 

3. The Department of General Services shall offer 
the California State Contracts Register for 
sale at a price sufficient to pay all expenses 
incurred in its promotion, preparation, and 
distribution. 

4. From and after the date of the California State 
Contracts Register publication, no state agency 
reporting to the Governor shall contract for the 
procurement of any services unless notice there- 
of has first been published in the California 
State Contracts Register. 

5. Every state agency reporting to the Governor 
shall furnish to the Department of General 
Services its need for contracted services in 
sufficient time for it to be published in the 
California State Contracts Register, so as to 
give potential bidders not less than two weeks 
notice of the procurement. 




iJxcnitiDe Bepartmtnt 

State or California 



PAGE TWO 




Exempted from the operation of this order are 
emergency procurements, contracts with other 
public entities, procurements where the Depart- 
ment of General Services has agreed that there 
IS but a single source for the service, and 
those procurements as to which the Director of 
General Services determines that the State's 
best interests would be better served by 
exemption. To constitute an emergency procure- 
ment within the purview of this order, the con- 
currence to the procurement must have first been 
given by the Director of General Services. 

The Director of General Services shall submit 
an initial progress report to the Governor on 
October 1, 1981, with annual reports each year 
thereafter. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 23rd day of 
May, 1981. 



Governor of California / 
►ATTEST: (/J(^J^ :^ ^ 



Secretary of State 

"U«^t)y iieoretary 6? 



State 



3^/75 



i^xtcutitic Btpartmtnt 

S^tt of eatfoTHU 



FILED 

o» *• SW» o» Colltornlo ^ 

MAY 2 T 198 ! j 

MMtCH FOHe EU, S«cnitary of s4« 
By.. ^ur«A ■ 



AMK.NHMKNT TO ORDER #3 

ot the 
ORDERS AND REGULATIONS 

WHICH MAY BE SELECTIVELY PROMULGATED BY 

THE GOVERNOR DURING A STATE OV EMERGENCY 



WHEREAS, Section 8558(b) ol Uio Calilornia Emergency Services Act 



provides: 



"State of emergency" means the duly proclaimed 
existence of conditions of disaster or of extreme 
peril to the safety of persons and property within 
the state caused by such conditions as air 
pollution, fire, flood, storm, epidemic, riot, 
drought, sudden and severe energy shortage, or 
earthquake or other conditions, other than condi- 
tions resulting from a labor controversy or 
conditions causing a "stare ot war emergency," which 
conditions, by reason of their magnitude, are or are 
likely to be beyond the control ot the services, 
personnel, equipment, and facilities of any single 
county, city and county, or city and require the 
combined forces of a mutual aid region or regions to 
combat, . . .; and 




WHEREAS, 



Section 8567 of the California Emergency Services Act 



provides: 



(a) The Governor may make, amend, and rescind orders 
and regulations necessary to carry out the 
provisions of this chapter. Such orders and 
regulations shall have the force and effect of law. 



(d) All orders and regulations made in advance of a 
state of war emergency or state of emergency shall 
be in writing, shall be exempt from the provisions 
of . . .|tho Administrative Procedures Act] . . .but 
shall be subject to the approval of the Emergency 
Counc i 1 . . . • ; and 

WHEREAS, orders were pr.vmulgatcd, insued, established and filed 
with the Secretary of State on January 24, l<)«0; 



piittUH (« CALironniA orricm or iTATm rUHnm 



i^xrcutiot Btpartmcnt 

^tr of Calfomia 



NOW, THEREFORE, i, EnMlIND G, BROWN JR., Governor of the State of 
California, by virtue of ttie powers and authority vested in me by the 
Constitution and laws ot this state and in accordance with provisions of 
the California Emergency Services Act, do hereby issue the following 
amended Order #3 whicli is considered necessary to protect life and property 
and to mitigate disaster efforts during the period of such a State of 
Emergency. Such order and regulation at my discretion shall become 
effective upon proclamation ot a State of Emergency. 



ORDER 3 

It is hereby ordered that during the proclaimed State of Emergency 
appropriate parts of Sections 18020-18026 of the Government Code and State 
Personnel Board Rules HO-niJ be waived to permit cash compensation to 
personnel whose work is designated by the Director, California Office of 
Emergency Services, as essential to expedite emergency and recovery 
operations for all time worked over the employee's regular workweek, at a 
rate of I^ times the regular rate ot pay. The Director, Office ol Emergency 
Services, will also designate the beginning and ending dates for such 
overtime for each individual involved. This waiver shall not extend beyond 
the termination date ot said State of Emergency. 

When considered necessary for the protection of life and property and to 
mitigate disaster effects, this order shall become effective at my 
discretion by proclamation of a State of Emergency. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this ^itnjU day of 
, 1981. 




EDMUND G. BROWN JR. ^"^ 
GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA 

\TTEST: March Fong Eu ' 
Secretary of State 



*>y_ 




Ear 



y Secretary of Sta 



prinUit in cALiroiuwiA orrics or VTATB fwntimo 



^v?-/ 



11. 



lExtcutioc Btpartmtnt 

3tiitc of (LiJifomia 



FILED 

ol ttw State 0» ColHomw 

MAY ?. 7 1981 

IdMJCH FOHG ni. S«:mtaty«<rf state 



EXECUTIVE ORDER #B85-81 



WHEREAS, the State of California has a legal and moral 
sibility to ensi 
state emploi'ment; and 



i responsibility to ensure all citizens equal opportunity for 



\ WHEREAS, in spite of substantial improvement in the 

t employment of minorities, women and the disabled by the 
state, significant disparities continue to exist in many 
departments and occupations for some of these groups; and 

WHEREAS, Agency Secretaries have improved the quality 
and effectiveness of equal opportunity and affirmative 
action programs in the departments under their jurisdiction 
through assignment of Agency Affirmative Action Coordinators 
to each Agency Secretary; and 

f WHEREAS, the departments, boards and commissions not 
* o^^"" ?^c° """ Agency Secretary do not have the benefit of 
such an Affirmative Action Coordination resource to provide 
oni^.l^f^'-r assistance in developing and implementing equal 
opportunity and affirmative action programs; 

st.f. o?"; THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby issue this order to become 
effective immediately: 

1. The Employment Practices 

Coordination program is expanded 
to provide assistance and consul- 
tation on the development and 
operation of affirmative action 
programs for those departments, 
boards and commissions of state 
government which do not report to 
the Governor through an Agency 
Secretary. 



k— 



ixccutitJt Btpartment 

^atc or CatiTorRia 



PAGE TWO 




The Secretary of the State and 
Consumer Services Agency is designated 
responsibility for administering and 
directing this special program on be- 
half of the Governor on the accomplish- 
ments of the program and the need for 
any additional efforts on a semi- 
annual basis. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California to 
be affixed this 26th day 
ot May, 1981. 



Governor of California 



ATTEST 



Secretary of State 



byjij 



'oSpwly Sooretafy 



t^K-^ 



of State 




s'fy^ 



FILED 

I. Ida oMe* <* *• Sw**" "• *°^ 
M*lsia1.o»Col«of«1<. 

\m Z 2 1981 

MARCH KING EU, S«cr«bt» of SW» 



ifxtruriOf ©cpartmtnt 

dutc of Cahfoniia 



'^ Deputy' 




EXECUTIVE ORDER B- 8 6-81 

WHEREAS, this administration is committed to eliminating 
the proliferation of unnecessary new state regulations, and 
ensuring that all regulations which are issued are promulgated 
in full compliance with all applicable laws and procedures; 
and 

WHEREAS, Chapter 567 of the Statutes of 1979 requires 
the Office of Administrative Law to approve proposed regu- 
lations to ensure their necessity, authority, clarity and 
consistency; and 

WHEREAS, Section 11349.5 of the Government Code provides 
that, in the event a proposed regulation is not approved by the 
Office of Administrative Law, the Governor may review and over- 
rule such decision within thirty (30) days; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective 
immediately: 

1. The Governor's Legal Affairs Secretary shall 
have responsibility for reviewing contested 
decisions of the Office of Administrative 
Law pursuant to Government Code §11349.5. 

2. To initiate a review of a decision by the 
Office of Administrative Law, the agency 
shall file a written Request for Review with 
the Governor's Legal Affairs Secretary with- 
in ten (10) days of the decision. The 
Request for Review shall include: 

. . a complete statement as to why the 
agency believes the decision is in- 
correct and should be overruled 

.. the Office of Administrative Law's 
notice of disapproval 

.. copies of all regulations, notices, 
statements and other documents which 
were submitted to the Office of 
Administrative Law. 



Pj- 



i^xtnitioc Btpartmtnt 

$cacc of (DliTomia 



PAGE TWO 




A copy of the agency's Request for Review 
shall be delivered to the Office of 
Administrative Law on the sa'ne day it is 
delivered to the Governor's Office. The 
Office of Administrative Law shall file 
its written response to the agency's request 
with the Governor's Legal Affairs Secretary 
within five (5) days and deliver a copy of 
its response to the agency on the same day 
it is delivered to the Governor's Office. 

The Governor's Office shall provide the 
requesting agency and Office of Administrative 
Law with a written decision within fifteen 
(15) days of receipt of the Office of 
Administrative Law's response to the agency's 
Request for Review. Upon receipt of the 
decision, the Office of Administrative Law 
shall publish in the Administrative Register 
the agency's Request for Review, the Office 
of Administrative Law's response and the 
decision of the Governor's Office. 

The above time requirements may be waived by 
the Governor's Office for good cause, sub- 
ject to the statutory time limit on review 
imposed by Section 11349.6. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 28th day of 
May, nineteen hundred and 
eighty-one. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST 



'• UllSlAcA AWA. ^U^ 



Secretary of State 




Dd^Ulv i>yui-otafy of state" 



of *• *XI^ "• colHornta 



-w^ 



ItizmtiXit Btpartmtnt 

^tatt of Catifomia 



MARCH FONG 0J, SKretaiy »( State 
' Dapuiy 



WHEREAS, nina G. Rraumont has gained widespread respect and admiration for 
the c!n"r^h:tions she has made in twenty years of devoted serv.ce to the labor 
movement. 

WHEREAS, she is currently serving as Hyerutive Assistant to the President, 
Communications Workers of America, AFL-CIO; and 

WHEREAS, in additior, to her labor affiliations she has been active in various 
Civic organizations such as the United Way, National Conference of Chnsfans and 
]ews, The City of Hope, and the Board of World Affairs Council; and 

WHEREAS, her dedication has been recognised and honored by such organiza- 
tions as The American Civil Liberties Union, The United Way of A.ner.ca, and the 
Cdtholic Labor Institute; and 

WHEREAS, she has contributed in very significant ways to the political process 
on the local and national levels; and 

WHEREAS, her activities have made her a valuable asset to those organizations 
of which she is a member; 

NOW THEREFORE I, Edmund G. IVown .Ir., Governor of the State of California, 
join in r^^ognS and congratulate Oina G. -Vaumont on her many vears of serv.ce to 
the labor movement, civic organizations, and the state of California. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the Great Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed this 2?th day of May 
1981. 




ftrintrd in California orFiCR or state printino 



^-Z-? 7 




F'LED 

f/,AY29 1981r^ 

MARCH FONG EU. Seeotary of^ 

3Extcutii]t Bepartment 

^atc of California 

WHEREAS Norman E. Amundson has devoted over 25 years to 
advanSnrth; goals of the American labor movement; and 

WHEREAS he tirelessly served as Assistant Secretary of 
the CeS^Sl Labor Council of Alameda County; and 

WHEREAS, as a local business -P-f "Jf j-i.^S^rii^^lf'^o 
°^§^o:LrthrsranLrd^:r?Jrnf orrericfn workers; and 

I ^.. • „ ^f 4-hp rpnter for Labor Research and 

WHEREAS, as Chairman of the ^^"^^^ ^"'"gg-^eiev, he provided 

SSS tLS^rsSHn^tS ?LS^irJor^;r^:d^citI;n; aSd 

WHEREAS, after receiving a ^^-lif/|;;^,,J:i^r?l;e%oaliTf'^ 
Studies at Manchester, England, he has furthered tne g ^^^ 

I Progreim; and 

\ management/ labor issues; 

his achievements in labor relations. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this ^f-dl 
day of Ma-i 1981 




ay of Ma^ lyui. 
Governor of Caiifornici 



ATTEST : 



MikEJiAA 




%^ 



Secretary of Statje . 



De^Wy Sooretar^ 



of StateJ 



i-/?^ 



a^xecutiot Btpartmcnt 

Stait of California 



PROCLAMATION 



of th^ ^^''^^ '■' 

JUN - 4 1981 



WHEREAS, on June 5, 1981, ^he membership of Wo^en in 
Film, a non-profit organization, will gather for its Fifth 
Annual Chrystal Awards Luncheon; and 

WHEREAS, this organization has ^"^°;;"f^Jtrtheir° 
enter the motion picture industry and contribute their 
creative talent to this unique art form; and 

WHEREAS, the cinema, through a blending of art and 
technology has been a means for our country to reach out 
to Se entire world as well as entertain and inspire our 
own citizens; and 

WHEREAS the motion picture industry continues to make 
a significant cSntributioS to California's economic well- 
being; and 

WHEREAS, women have played an expanding P^^^ in the 
growtrof this medium which has moved our thoughts and 
feelings; 

NOW THEREFORE, I Edmund G. Brown Jr., do hereby proclaim 
June 5, 1981, as Women in Film Day. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 4th 
day of June 1981. 





doverndr of California 




TTEST ! 



[iU>Ad\ ^^ ^ 



I/} 



Secretary of state 



Deputy Secretary of ^ 



ate 



3^'7'f 



iExtcutine Beparcment 

^tt of California 



FILED _ 

__i$^j^ Htut- BJCulHafnlft (t>7^ 

JUN 1 1 1981 

MARCH F9NGEU,g6cr»tanf of S 
Deputy 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, John F. Crowley has dedicated over 34 years 
to the welfare of working people through the union movement 
and various civic activities; and 

WHEREAS, those associated with the trade labor movement 
have recognized his leadership abilities by electing him 
to executive positions on the San Francisco Labor Council 
and the California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO; and 

WHEREAS, in addition to his labor affiliations he has 
been active in many civic organizations working toward a 
better life for California citizens; and 

WHEREAS, his appointment to the San Francisco Public 
Schools Commission and the California State University and 
Colleges Board of Trustees was in recognition of the com- 
mitment and dedication he had previously demonstrated to 
the education of the state's citizens; and 

WHEREAS, he has participated in many boards and commis- 
sions whose goals and functions closely parallel those of 
Histadrut; 

NOW THEREFORE I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, am pleased to join the Histadrut Trade 
Union Council in saluting John F. Crowley for his many con- 
tributions to the labor movement and to the people of the 
state of California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 10th 
day of June, 1981. 




Governor 'of California ^ 



ATTEST: 



\l[km.JiA 



Secretary of State 




luu 



tiy. 






Deputy Sccrotarv 



prtiiffrf in rAi.iroHNiA orrit-K or tr 



W^ ^ 



»E nUHTIMS 



J-Z^o 



FILED 

In th* olHc* oTHw S«c r««on' <>| Sni*« 
- «f OB l iwi u< r iil lfcmiw 



i^Kcuttot Beparttnenc 

^tace of California 



.!!,ll.''- 1981 
MAgCU FONG EU, Swr^ty «' Strte 






Deputy 



EXECUTIVE ORDER # B84-81 



WHEREAS, if the State of California is to meet the competitive challenges 
of the 1980s and provide sufficient employment opportunities for its population, 
the mature sectors of the State's industrial base must be revitalized; and 

WHEREAS, in some instances the revitalization process has and will 
continue to entail the closure of some plants and the attendant severe economic 
dislocations for displaced workers, their families, and their communities; and 

WHEREAS, the State has an obligation to its citizens to adopt policies which 
not only help alleviate the unemployment and economic distress of major plant 
closings but which also promote a healthy business climate in order to facilitate 
the creation of new jobs to replace those lost to plant closings in the mature 
sectors of the economy; and 

WHEREAS, the State has attempted to alleviate adverse conditions that 
might cause plant closures and, where such closures have been unavoidable, has 
effectively assisted local efforts to secure alternative employment and re* raining 
opportunities for displaced workers; and 

WHEREAS, there is a need to assure that such assistance from the State is 
available on a more systematic and coordinated basis and that workers, firms, and 
communities know of its availability; and 

WHEREAS, the availability of such assistance from the State can serve as 
an incentive for early notification to workers, local governments and the State 
regarding anticipated plant closures or mass layoffs well in advance of their 
occurence in order that special assistance may be offered to avert unnecessary 
closings or to prcv'ent severe economic dislocation; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the State of 
California by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution 
and Statutes of the State of California, do hereby issue this Order, to become 
j effective immediately: 

There is hereby created a California Economic Adjustment Team, which 
shall consist of the Director of the Department of Economic and Business 
Development, who shall serve as chairperson, the Director of the Employ- 
ment Development Department, the Director of the Department of indus- 
trial Relations, and the Director of the Office of Planning and Research. 

The Economic Adjustment Team shall seek the participation and advice of 
individuals representative of local government, business and labor in fulfill- 
ing its responsibilities. The advice of such knowledgeable community 
leaders shall be drawn upon to assure effective assistance by the State 
responsive to particular community needs and circumstances. 

The hereby appointed Economic Adjustment Team shall become effective 
immediately and shall: 



prfnfrd In California orriCE or state nuNTOfO 



J 



ixtcutitit Bepartmtnt 

^tc of CaUfomia 

1 Assist UDon the request of local communities, in marshalling available 
stSe andTderal re^sources to aid workers and communities affected by 
major plant closures and to attract new industries to these communities; 

2 Oversee th-- collection of data and preparation of economic analyses and 
■ reporting iitended to provide better and more detailed assessments of 

future trencis within the industrial, commercial and agricultural sectors 
of the economy; 

3 Study and make recommendations to the Ciovernor and the Legislature 
regarding changes needed in current federal and state statutes and 
programs in order to minimize harmful consequences of plant closures 
and promote rapid re-employment of workers and revitalization of 
communities; 

4. Cooperate with all other state, federal and local agencies, departments, 
and commissions as is necessary to carry out its responsibilities. 



IN wrrNESS WHEREOF 1 have hereunto set 
my hand and caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be affixed this 
26 day of May 1981. 




CcTvc'rnor oPCali f orn i a 



ATTEST: 



Secretary 



•y of State [T 



Cia^ 






7 T-^. 






\ V:/-^-^-':-C--;y 






firinird in cALiroiunA omcs or nAtu niMiun 



3¥&l 



l^xtcQtiDt Btpartment 

^tc of Caiifomia 



FILED 

JUN3 ) 1981 J 

MARCH FONG EU, Secretary of SUtj 
Deouty 



Deputy 



PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



1, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, 
have found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property exist within the County of Napa, State of California, beginning 
on or about June 22, 1981, as a result of major fires, and other 
conditions which, by reason of their magnitude, were beyond the control 
of ttie services, personnel, equipmenr and facilities of said County. 

I, THEREFORE, proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency 
and hereby implement the California Peacetime Emergency Plan in the 
County of Napa; and 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible this proclamation 
be tiled in the Office of the Secretary of State. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 2Ath day of 
June, 1981. 




GOVERNOR 



Secretary of Stat?e 




rninttd in CALiroaNiA orpicx of tTA-n nuNTiNO 



S'/S-Ly 



K5-= 



FILED 

MARCH FQNG tU, Sl««ttrr rf "*- 



3£xtnitiuc ©cpartmtnt 

^tatc of California 




MEDITERRANEAN FRUIT FLY 
EMERGENCY PROCLAMATION ORDER NO. 



This order is based on the Amended Proclamation of a 
State of Emergency dated July 8, 1381 concerning the infesta- 
tion of the Mediterranean fruit fly in the counties of Alameda, 
Santa Clara, and San Mateo, a copy of which is attached hereto 
and made a part hereof, and Government Code Section 8646 (d) . 

Those portions of Alameda, Santa Clara and San Mateo 
Counties described as follows, within which the Mediterranean 
fruit fly is known to exist, are hereby proclaimed to be a 
quarantine area with respect to said pest: 

(1) Santa Clara County. That portion of Santa Clara 
County within the following described lines: starting at the 
point near Coyote on U.S. Highway 101 (also known as Monterey 
Road) where Bailey Avenue begins; thence southwesterly on Baile^ 
Avenue to McKean Road; thence generally northwesterly on McKean 
Road to Almaden Road; thence along a straight line drawn due 
south from the juncture of McKean Road and Almaden Road to the 
boundary line of the Almaden Quicksilver County Park; thence 
along the northeast, southeast, and south boundary line of the 
Almaden Quicksilver County Park to Hicks Road (near Twin 
Creek) ; thence along a straight line drawn from the juncture 

of Hicks Road with the Almaden Quicksilver County Park line 
near Twin Creek southerly to where Loma Prieta Road crosses 
the Santa Cruz and Santa Clara County Line; thence generally 
northeasterly along the Santa Cruz and Santa Clara County 
Line to the San Mateo and Santa Clara County Line; thence 
northeast along the San Mateo and Santa Clara County Line 
to the Alameda and Santa Clara County Line; thence generally 
easterly along Ihi; Alameda and Santa Clara Coun.ty Line to 
Mount Day Road (near Camp Ohlone) ; thence along a straight 
line drawn southeasterly to the peak of Black Mountain; 
thence from the peak of Black Mountain along a straight line 
drawn due south to the boundary line of the Joseph D. Grant 
County Park: thence along part of the northern, all of the 
eastern, and part of the southern boundary line of the 
Joseph D. Grant County Park to San Felipe Creek; thence 
generally south along San Felipe Creek to San Felipe Road 
No. 2; thence generally southwesterly along San Felipe Road 
No. 2 to Metcalf Road; thence generally southwesterly along 
Metcalf Road to U. S. Highway 101 (also known as Monterey 
Road) ; thence from the juncture of Metcalf Road and U. S. 
Highway 101 (also known as Monterey Road) southeasterly 
along U. S. Highway 101 (also known as Monterey Road) to the 
point of beginning. 

(2) Alameda County. That portion of Alameda County which 
includes all of the Cities of Fremont and Newark and part of 
Union City and is within the following described lines: start- 
ing at the point where the Fremont City limit line meets the 






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eastern shore of the San Francisco Bay near the mouth of the 

tiencf .?°""'rH'''r'' ^°"'^°' ^^^""^1 °^ coyote HTl^rsJoaqh? 
aSout t o?^ the Fremont City limit line to Dry Creek (just 
^f ^f S a mile south and slightly east of the intersection 
of Alvarado-Niles Road and Central Avenue); thence generallj 
T/^^t^""^^ *^° Whipple Road; thence easterly to the intersection 
fiJl /^^^ ''°^^ ^"^^ "^^"i°" Boulevard; thence along a strath? 

CUy ^Tt tlnl^'ll '° '^? ""^^ "°^^^^^" ^iP °f thi Fremont^ 

uity iimit line; thence along a straight line drawn due ea<;t- 

for three miles, thence along a straight linl drawn due south 

to State Highway 84 (Niles Canyon Road) ; thence qenerallv 

?he"'?::mont'ci?v'r/mftn-^ "''"^r^ '' (Nlles^?::y^rRo:d ^o 
cne tremont City limit line; thence starting south and 

o?' hreLtfrn'irof'ih^ ''^\' ^'"^ ''' '^' -^ --nd part 
)>t.-w 1 ■ : ? ' ^■' ^^ ^^^ southern, and part of the western 

begLJing' '^""^ °' ^"^ '''' °^ ^^^"^ ^° ^^^ -int ^r'^^" 

within 'iho^folT^^ county That portion of San Mateo Countv 
within the following described lines: starting at the r>ninl' 
where the San Mateo-Santa Clara County line i?ins the A?^m^H. 

Jr^hnK^v ' ^^^S''^ northeasterly along State Highway 92 and 
Avenue ioinrstateT^""''^''?" interchange where Ralston 
Ti^" D-"?^ ^ Highway 92 from the east; thence easterlv 
along Ralston Avenue to the center of the overpass a^the 
junction of Federal Highway 101; thence from the center of 
the overpass due east in a straight line until it Intersects 
the Alameda-San Mateo County line in the San Francisco Bav 

to Jh^ point'ofr'^ ''°"^ the Alameda-San Mateo ^^un^yJiAe 
»L^\?? beginning. This includes all of the cities 
?ar)c Porto?"'5 ?f Atherton, East Palo Alto, Ladera! Senlo 
and ^h^^ ^ ^^^^?^' ^«^^°°d City, San Carlos and Woodside 
and that portion of Belmont lying south of Ralston Avenue 

„» Mediterranean fruit fly hosts include all fruits nui-«; 



Capsicum frutescens 
Casimiroa edulis 
Citrus aurantiifolia 
Citrus aurantium 
Citrus grandis 
Citrus limon 
Citrus medica 
Citrus mitis 
Citrus paradisi 
Citrus reticulata 
Citrus sinensis 
Cydonia oblonga 
Diospyros ka)ci 
Eriobotrya japonica 
Eugenia brasiliensis 

Eugenia jambos 
Eugenia malaccensis 



Peppers 

White sapote 

Lime 

Sour orange 

Pummelo, Shaddock 

Lemon 

Citron 

Calamondin orange 

Grapefruit 

Mandarin orange, tangerine 

Sweet orange 

Quince 

Japanese persimmon 

Loquat 

Spanish Cherry, Brazilian 

plum 
Rose-apple 
Mountain apple 



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Eugcnia uni flora 

Feijoa sellowiana 

Ficus carica 

Fortunella japonica 

Juglans spp (with or in husk) 

Lycopersicon esculentum 

Malus sylvestris 

Murraya exotica 

Olea europaea 

Opuntia spp. 



Persea americana 

Phoenix dactylifera 

Prunus americana 

Prunus amygdalus 

Prunus armeniaca 

Prunus avium 

Prunus cerasus 

Prunus domestica 

Prunus persica 

Prunus persica nectarina 

Prunus salicina 

Psidium cattleianum 

Psidium guajava 

Psidium guajava pomiferum 

Psidium guajava pyriferum 

Punica granatum 

Pyrus communis 

Terminalia chebula 

Thcvotia peruviana 

Vitis vinifera 



*^ 



Surinam cherry 
Feijoa, pineapple guava 
Fig 

Kumquat 

Walnuts and butternuts 
Tomato 
Apple 

Mock orange 
Olive 

Pricklypear, Tuna prickly- 
pear, Indian-fig, and 
Opuntia 
Avocado 

Date palm 

Native American plum 

Almond 

Apricot 

Sweet Cherry 

Sour cherry 

Plum, prune 

Peach 

Nectarine 

Japanese plum 

Strawberry guava 

Common guava 

Pomiform guajava 

Pyriferm guajava 

Pomegranate 

Pear 

Natal plum 

Yellow oleander, bestill 

Grape 



NO persons shall transport any Mediterranean fruit fly 
host out of the quarantine area except in accordance with 
regulations promulgated by the Director of Food and Agriculture 
(Mediterranean Fruit Fly Interior Quarantine) . 

All persons residing within the quarantine area shall 
remove all Mediterranean fruit fly hosts from trees and Plants 
located on their property by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, July 13, 1981 

Residents who require assistance in the removal of hosts 
from trees and plants on their property shall receive such 
assistance from state agencies or designated civilian 
volunteers. 

Mediterranean fruit fly hosts shall be placed in secure 
tied plastic bags and placed at the curb for pickup, or 
disposed of in accordance with an alternate method 
specified by the Director of Food and Agriculture. 

Pickup and disposal of Mediterranean fruit fly hosts 
removed by residents within the quarantine area shall be 
the responsibility of state and local agencies. 

The California Highway Patrol shall have responsibility 
to select highway quarantine checkpoints, and direct traffic 
in and about the checkpoint areas. Inspectors employed by 



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the Department of Food and Aqriculture shall have responsibil- 
ity to conduct inspections and take necessary enforcement 
action to prevent the removal of Mediterranean fruit fly hosts 
from the quarantine area. 

Inspectors employed by the Department of Food and 
Agriculture may require all persons in possession of Mediterra- 
nean fruit fly hosts within the quarantine and adjacent areas 
to document the origin of the hosts. The inspector may 
confiscate the hosts if he or she determines that the host is 
being held in violation of law, may be transported out of the 
quarantine area in violation of law or presents a risk of 
being infested with Mediterranean fruit fly larvae. 

Any persor v/ho refuses or willfully neglects to obey 
any provision ot this order shall be guilty of a misdemeanor 
and, upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a fine of 
not to exceed five hundred dollars (5500) or by imprisonment 
for not to exceed six months or by both such fines and 
imprisonment. (Government Code Section 8665) 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this ninth day of July, 1981. 




/M^fif^ 



GOVERNOR 



ATTEST: 



WjIAcA iohU^ UK- 
Secretary of State 
By 

Dfeputy Secretary of St/ 



retary of Stati 



r. T , 



I!xtnitit)t Bepartmtnt 

SScitt of Caliromia 



FILED 

Ja th* offln 9« th« S«?»!5T <>♦ *»>• 
of Hia State 01 Cotfforrin 

JUL 1981 j 

MARCH FONG EU, S^retary of Stiito 



Deputy 



o£ CaliCor 
to th*? flgi 
prop«rti*s 

«nd having 
P'u;t Fly 
r«ason of 

count !•■. 
Gr vt" rnert 
a Stat* of 

Pcac^tima 
Hat«o an*! 



RdBun<1 G 
nia, have 



AMKNDED PPOTLAMATION 
OP A 

stait; or BhBRGENcy 



Bco-rfn .■»!., Gov#'nor of tha Stat* 
found that con<!itlona of «xtc*B* ptr^l 



'cultural 'nrtiistiv nrr' the safpty of agricuJtural 
axiflt within th* Countica of Alaa*<^a, San Mat*o 
"la a B«gi.nr;ng on O' about Jure ]7 1«80 
grown pcograsslvely worse, th* M*<11t«rran«an 
(To atitle rap ' !:.%>■.,»' ■• nf <^rt»^t ion w^'ci•! b" 
it* aagnltuc^c, is b«yon<l th* oonttol of th* 
n»'scnrel equipmert anr? f«icJi;ti«(i of KHi<9 
Um'er th* Authority of S*rtlon ifi25 of th* 
>oo«*. I tha'-elo-.e proci.'^fti t;i>» ««'Ht«nc#^ cf 
Eaergency an«1 h*r«by Ji»pl*m*nt th* California 



B»';?.g*ncy Plan -n 
Santa Clarat an<^ 



th* Counties of Alaaeda, San 



Pu; Svjar.t to th b p, rfl nwat 'on T h«>rphy '^iiwct 
all agenciaa of th* stat* governaont to utllii* and anploy 
8tet» pe-^BonnffJ tqu*p«*r^l:, src f ntll! 1 1 #».': for tif p*i 
foraanc* of any en<: all activities to allaviat* this 
.gencvi ano 



Pur<ju«rt to Gcverament Cor^e Section 8571 anJ 
Public RaaouTces Co(5e Section 210D0{b)(4) the proviBion» 
of tr^€ ral fopia Knv; ronmeptal Qj*l:ty Act fPuMic 
Reijcu-CfS '^(■'^ PC't'oni- iJOOO et aeq. ) a: p susper^'ed for 
the purpose of carrying out th*"«ctlviti*s authorised 
hereini ana 

In Witness wheraof, I h<<ve hci aunto set ay hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to 
be afflsed thia 8th i^ay of 'uly, 1)«1. 





^^ 



OO^'RRNOR 






ATTPS'^ . 



Secretary of !>ltate 

by. '^ ka^u/ze-j^ /) Mi,Aj^J'M^^*-*^' 



'd in CALiFunMiA orricB ok statk phintino 



i!xtnint)t Btpartmtnt 

&tatt of (Eaiironiia 



3¥f3 
FILED 

In Ih. oMc* of *• »«tr t **** 
of (<w Stata o« CalHemla 

MARCH FONG EU, Secjftary «f State 

By 

Deputy 



MEDITERRANEAN FRUIT FLY 
EMERGENCY PROCLAMATION ORDER NO. 



This order is based on the Amended Proclamation of a 
State of Emergency dat.ed July 8, 1981 concerning the infesta- 
tion of the Mediterranean fruit fly in the counties of Alameda, 
Santa Clara, and San 4atao, a copy of which is attached hereto 
and made a part hereof, and Government Code Section 8646 
(d). 

Pursuant to Sections 8570, 8572, and 8614 of the Govern- 
ment Code, the Department of Food and Agriculture is authorized 
to use any airport in the State of California, including 
all airport facilities and personnel, or other publicly owned 
sites suitable for use as a helicopter base, for the purpose 
of carrying out the aerial spraying program for the eradication 
of the Mediterranean fruit fly. 

Any person who refuses or willfully neglects to obey 
any provision of this order shall be guilty of a misdemeanor 
and, upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a fine 
of not to exceed five hundred dollars ($500) or by imprison- 
nent for not to exceed six months or by both such fines and 
imprisonment. (Government Code Section 8665) 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 15th 
day of July 1981. 

Governor cf 'California f 



ATTEST : 



y^'vA Iri'VA ^ 



Secretary of StJite 



)eputy Secretary of State 



rrtntfA ^n CAMmnMiA orricK op tTATC PMNTINO 



J^S'/' 




FILED 

In th« oOlc* o« *• S«i»tary o« Shrt* 
«f th* SiaM of Californta 



l^ucodot Btpartmtnt 

^atr or CatifoTnia 



MARCH FONG EU, Secratanf of State 

By 1^4.. AJ^ ^^i-^ i^' 



Deputy 



AMENDED PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OP EMERGENCY 



^f n y-c ' ?<^'"""'^ G- Brown Jr., Governor of the State 
Of California, have found that conditions of extreme peril 
or«^ -^^'■''''"•''""'''^ industry and the safety of agricultural 
properties exist within the Counties of Alameda, San Mateo 
and Santa Clara. Beginning on or about June \1, 1980 
and having grown progressively worse, the Mediterranean 
Fruit Fly (Ceratitis capitata) infestation, wh^'ch bv 
reason of its magnitude, is beyond the control of the 
services, personnel, equipment and facilities of said 
counties. Under the authority of Section 8625 of the 
Government Code, I therefore proclaim the existence of 
a State of Emergency and hereby implement the California 

S^?^o In^ f'"^:^^"?^ Pl^" i" the Counties of Alameda, San 
Mateo and Santa Clara; and 

Pursuant to this proclamation. I hereby direct 
all agencies of the state government to utilize and 'employ 
state personnel, equipment, and facilities for the per- 
formance of any and all activities to alleviate this 
emergency; and 

Pursuant to Governmer't Code Section 8571 and 
Public Resources Code Section 21080(b)(4) the provisions 
ot tne California Environmental Quality Act (Public 
Resources Code Sections 21000 et s_eg.) are suspended for 
the purpose of carrying out the activities authorized 
herein; and 

.r.A ^^ witness whereof, i have hereunto set my hand 

and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to 
be affixed this 8th day of July, 1981. 




tJ^y^ rW^ 



GOVERNOR 



ATTEST : 



Secretary of State 
"'^tV Secrotary o;r| State 



Dei 



or iTAn rwHTura 



3¥^^ 



RILED 



AU63 1981 




^itcuttoc Bcpartmcnt 

;5tJtc or (DtiToniia 

MEDITERRANEAN FRUIT FLY 
EMER GENCY PROCLAMATION AMENDED ORDER NO. 2 

a c^.^"^^^! amended order is based on the Amended Proclamation of 

Jion of thn ;:;^H^r*'^ ^^^^^ ''"^^ «' ^^^^ concerning ?he TnfesJa- 
Sant/ri^i Mediterranean fruit fly in the Counties of Alameda 

proclaimed to be a quarantine area with respect to ^aid pest: 

tion of^lLr^'^Mi"!! °^ l""" '^^'^^ ^°""^y beginning at the intersec- ' 
erlv alono T . ^^"^^ ''''"*^^ ^^ ^"^ Interstate Route 280 northwest-i 

|:?ir:Jo^nrsta\e";;igrriSi iir.^'si^o'r.Vnii: ^'-^ -"^— 

|above;ilirre^e/:---,:^-^::,-e,-arantine area d^^ 



i 






the Great"sl^f %*^^''''c'"' ' '^^"^ hereunto set my hand and caused 
\lTy orj;iri9?f.''' ''''" °' California to be affixed this |Sd 



ATTEST: 





Governor of California 



UuiAcA 



Secretary of Stat 




^ 




«»^ty s^^Fi^uI^^-sTstitF 



=K^^ 



3¥ri, 



I- A- -J1-, ^ ^^ \m^% 



of Hw State of Colifoi 



^iccotitjc Btpartnitnt 

,9tatc of (Eaiifomia 




4-i--<C^ 



Deputy 



WHEREAS, the homemaker faces an endless series of tasks-- 
caring for cnildren, house cleaning, shopping, preparing 
meals; and 

WHEREAS, these responsibilities are of great importance, 
but many individuals nonetheless overlook the homemakers' 
efforts; and 

WHEREAS, in addition to the responsibilities of maintain- 
ing a household, homemakers are also at the center of com- 
munity involvement; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate to set aside time to pay tri- 
bute to people who work in the home: 

THEREFORE, I hereby proclaim August as Homemakers' Month 
in recognition of the contributions made by homemakers to 
the stability and well-being of our society. in making this 
designation, T extend my greetings to all those attending 
the Homemakers' Fair in Fresno. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 29th 
day of July, 1981. 





Governor ot' Californf, 

ATTEST: 

Secretary of "s tati 

S«putySeoret3fy of St 



State 



printrH in cAi.rrtmMiA orwicm or itatk piuktino 



Sign 



Exenitltie Btpartment 

^rt oT Califomio 



FILED 

jAjtw officft of the S^r«tonMjf Stct» 
of ffic !Rat<? of CdpDiPB 

MARCH FONG EU, Secrel::^ ^ 



State 



Deputy 



PROCLAMATION 



By virtue of the authority vested in the office of the Governor of any state 
by the federal Mortgage Subsidy Bond Tax Act of 1980, 1, Edmund G. Brown Jr., as 
Governor of the State of California, hereby proclaim as follows: 

1. Pursuant to 26 USC Section 103 A (g) (6) (B), this proclamation shall 
govern the allocation for the calendar year 1981 of the state ceiling 
among the govcrnniontHl units in this state having authority to issue 
oualified mortgage bonds. Any allocation granted by this proclamation 
shall become the applicable limit, as that term is used in Section 103A 
(g) (1) of the code, for the issuer to which such allocation is granted 
for any oualified mortgage bonds issued by such issuer in calendar year 
1981 after the date of this proclamation. 

2. Unless the context otherwise reouires, the terms defined in this sec- 
tion shall for all purposes of this proclamation have the meanings here- 
in specified. 

(a) "Allocation" means that principal amount of qualified mortgage 
bonds which a local agency is allocated pursuant to this proclamation 
for the calendar year 1981. 

(b) "Committee" means the Housing Bond Credit Committee estab- 
lished pursuant to Section 51360 of the California Health and Safety 
Code. 

(c) "Code" means the federal Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as ame- 
nded. 

(d) "Formula allocation" means that principal amount of Qualified 
mortgage bonds which a local agency is allocated pursuant to Section 4 
hereof for the calendar year 1981. 

(e) "Issuer" means a local agency or a redevelopment agency, housing 
authority or other local entity authorized by the laws of this state to 
issue oualified mortgage bonds to which a local agency has assigned all 
or part of its allocation pursuant to this proclamation. 

(f) "Local agency" means any city, county, or city and county, in this 
state. 

(g) "Local bond limit" means, for the calendar year 1981, 66-2/3 per- 
cent of the state ceiling for such calendar year, less the amount of all 
oualified mortgage bonds, if any, issued by local public entites of this 
state in 1981 prior to the date of this proclamation. 

(h) "Median household income" means "median household income" as 
defined by Section 52020 (f) of the California Health and Safety Code. 

(i) "Qualified mortgage bonds" has the same meaning as that specified 
in Section 103A of the code, taking into account Section 1 hereof. 



prini-*'d in CALtroMNiA offick of st*tc pmntino 






(j) "State bond limit" means, for the calendar year 1981, 33-1/3 per- 
cent of the state ceiling for such calendar year, less the amount of all 
Qualified mortgage bonds, if any, issued by the state entities referred 
to in Section 6 in 1981 prior to the date of this proclamation. 

(k) "State ceiling" shall be the amount specified by the Committee 
pursuant to Section 8 of this proclamation. 

(1) 'Territory" means for any city or city and county, the area within 
the boundaries of such city or city and county, and for any county, the 
area within the boundaries of such county not within the boundaries of 
any city. 

(a) Any local agency or other local public entity that has issued quali- 
fied mortgage bonds during 1981, prior to the date of this proclamation, 
is reouired to file with the Committee within 30 days after the date of 
this proclamation a statement of the amount and date of such issue. 
Any local agency desiring an allocation for the issuance of Qualified 
mortgage bonds in the calendar year 1981 after the date of this proc- 
lamation shall, not more than 30 days prior to the date of issuance of 
such bonds, file with the Committee a statement of the amount of 
such bonds to be issued, the amount of such local agency's formula 
allocation (specifying the respective amounts determined pursuant to 
subsections (a) and (b) of Section 4 of this proclamation), the amounts 
of any formula allocations assigned to such local agency pursuant to 
Section 5 hereof, and that the first condition specified in the next 
paragraph is satisfied for the granting of an aiiocation. The Committee 
is thereupon to advise such local agency of the aggregate amount of 
allocations previously granted pursuant to this section for the calendar 
year 1981 and which have not expired and, during the first 60 days 
after the date of this proclamation, the aggregate amounts of such 
allocations determined pursuant to subsections (a) and (b), respectively, 
of Section 4 of this proclamation. 

(b) The filing local agoncy shall be deemed to be granted an allocation 
in an amount eoual to the amount of bonds to be issued as stated by 
the local agency in its filing if both of the following conditions are 
met: 

(1) The amount of bonds to be issued as stated by the filing 
local agency, together with the aggregate amount of any alloca- 
tions previously granted to (even if assigned away by) such local 
agency for calendar year 1981, does not exceed an amount eoual 
to the sum of the local agency's formula allocation and the form- 
ula allocations assigned to such local agency pursuant to Section 
5 hereof. 

(2) The amount of such bonds to be issued, together with the 
agRregate amount of allocations previously granted pursuant to 
this section for the calendar year 1981 and which have not expired 
as of the date of the local agency's filing with the Committee 
pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, does not exceed the 
local bond limit. 






4. 



(c) Any allocBtion pn-anted pursunnt to subsection (b) of this section 
shall expire on the earlier of December 31, 1981 or the date 31 days 
after the date of the local agency's filing with the Committee pursuant 
to subsection (a) of this section, unless the local agency or the issuer 
to which the local agency has assigned the allocation files prior to 
such date of expiration with the Committee a statement that Qualified 
mortgage bonds have been issued in reliance upon such allocation and 
the amount of such Qualified mortgage bond issue. Any amount of 
such allocation in excess of the amount of such issue shall expire on 
such date of expiration. 

(d) The Committee shall not be responsible for determining whether 
in fact conditions (1) and (2) of subsection (b) of this section have been 
met. Such determinations shall be the responsibility of the filine local 
agency. ' b ° 

The formula allocation for any local agency for the calendar year 1981 
„h1k^ I .t^""" °^^^^ amounts determined pursuant to subsections (a) 
f^ . r^ J f ^^*'^'°"' ""^ "°^ '" ^"^^^ °f $250,000,000 and provided 
that for the first 60 days after the date of this proclamation one-half 
of the local bona limit shall be reserved exclusively for allocation of 
the amounts determined pursuant to subsection (b) of this section: 

if "^^r^.^*^^^^ °^ *^^ following amounts, less in each case the amount 
ot Qualified mortgage bonds issued in 1981 prior to the date of this 

thTteXr'rnf ^^ T^ '° ^'""''^^ financing for properties located within 
me territory of such local agency: 

(1) The local bond limit times the ratio of the population of 
the territory of such local agency for the calendar year 1980 to 
the population of the State for the calendar year 1980, but not in 
excess of $60,000,000, ' 

(2) The local bond limit times the ratio of the amount of growth 

v"err''?Q7^ f" .°. ^^\ ^Z''^""'^ °^ '"'^^ ^°^«' «S^"^y f '•o"^ the calendar 
year 1975 to the calendar year 1980 to the amount of growth in 

$6o!!)oJToo ''^'^ ''^^'' '^^ '"""^ p*'""'^' ''"* "°' '" "^^^ °f 

(3) Twenty million dollars ($20,000,000). 

For purposes of this subsection only, the population of the territory 
or a local agency for any given calendar year shall be deemed to 
be the Department of Finance's population estimate for that 
territory and year as of the effective date of this proclamation. 

In the case of Qualified mortgage bonds issued pursuant to Part 5 
of Division 31 of the California Health and Safety Code the 
amount approved by the Committee pursuant to said act or in 
the case of any other Qualified mortgage bonds, the amount of 
the portion of the proceeds of such bonds, which by reason of 
provisions in the resolution or indenture authorizing the issuance 
«roT«n^"'",'"' ^y r^"^"" of the statute under which such bonds 
snnJ«nH f' 'M'"'t«^ to being used to provide financing for per- 
sons and families whose incomes do not exceed: 



(b) 



(1) 120 percent of the median household income in the case of 
financing lor improving a residence or for residences where the 
purchaser will be the first occupant. 

(2) The median household income where the purchaser will not 
be the first occupant. However, the issuer shall assure that no 
less than half the funds nllocated for financing where the purchaser 
will not be the first occupant shall be for households whose income 
does not exceed 80 percent of such median household income; 
provided, that the legislative body of the issuer may, by resolution, 
increase tliis income limitation to 90 percent of median house- 
hold income if the legislative body finds that there are insufficient 
numbers of credit-worthy persons whose income does not exceed 
80 percent of median household income. Such a resolution shall 

be final and conclusive as to the findings required by this subpara- 
graph. 

Any local agency may by written agreement assign to any other issuer 
having the authority to issue Qualified mortgage bonds under the laws 
of this state all or any part of said local agency's formula allocation 
for the calendar year 1981, but only if the assignment is solely for use 
by the issuer to provide financing for properties located within the 
territory of the assigning local agency (including a proportionate share 
of costs of issuance, underwriters discount, capitaliz' i interest, reserve 
funds and similar expenses associated with the financing), provided 
that such assignment shall not be deemed ineffective if, after issuance 
of the bonds and for reasons beyond the control of the issuer, the issuer 
is unable to use any portion of the proceeds of such bonds to provide 
financing for properties located within the territory of the assigning 
local agency, as reauired by such assigned allocation, and such proce*?ds 
are instead used to redeem bonds or to provide financing for properties 
located within the county within which the assigning local agency is 
located. 

There are hereby granted for the calendar year 1981 the following 
allocations: 

(a) To the Department of Veterans Affairs, an allocation in the 
amount of 26 percent of the state bond limit. 

(b) To the California Housing Finance Agency, an allocation in the 
amount of G3 percent of the state bond limit. 

(c) To the Military UepRrtment, an allocation in the amount of 3 
percent of the state bond limit. 



(d) To the Regents of the University of California, an allocation in 
the amount of 8 percent of the state bond limit. 

The Committee is hereby rcauestcd to confirm allocations and maintain 
appropriate records with respect thereto in the manner and to the 
extent contemplated by this proclamation and permitted by law. 

The Committee, pursuant to Section 103A(g)(4) of the code, shall deter- 
mine the state ceiling for calendar year 1981 as soon as practicable 
following the date of this proclamation. 



K^ 



fhl- i:^ °'' I "^^^^ "P°" '^^''^^ «"y legislation which would under 
the code supersede this proclamation becomes effective. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set 
my hand and caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be affixed this 
6th day of August, 1981. 





ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



iW^ ^ 



DopMty Seoretahy of St 



of State 



3^ft 



i 



a^jfforioc Bepartmcnt 

3catc of Califomia 



FILED 

In tSo office o< the Secrplory cf Stat» 
of the Stota of Ca'i-ornla 

MARril FOriC Ftl, Secrot-T of Shijb 
Deputy 



AMENDED PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the State 
of California, have found that conditions of extreme peril 
to the agricultural industry and the safety of agricultural 
properties exist within the Counties of Alameda, San Mateo, 
Santa Clara, and Santa Cruz. Beginning on or about June, 17, 
1980 and having grown progressively worse, the Mediterranean 
Fruit Fly (Ceratitis capitata) infestation, which by reason 
of its magnitude, is beyond the control of the services, 
personnel, equipment and facilities of said counties. Under 
the authority of Section 3625 of the Government Code, I 
therefore proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency 
and hereby implement the California Peacetime Emergency 
Plan in the Counties of Alameda, San Mateo, Santa Clara, 
and Santa Cruz. 

Pursuant to this proclamation, I hereby direct 
all agencies of the state government to utilize and employ 
state personnel, equipment, and facilities for the performance 
of any and all activities to alleviate this emergency; and 

Pursuant to Government Code Section 8571 and 
Public Resources Code Section 21080(b)(4) the provisions 
of the California Environmental Quality Act (Public 
Resources Code Sections 21000 et^ seq. ) are suspended for 
the purpose of carrying out the activities authorized 
herein; and 

In witness v/hereof, I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to 
be affixed this 13th day of August, 1981. 





GOVERNOR 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



=:^- Deputy Secretary of State 



jy^r? 



I^XEcutioe ©epartmcnt 

^tatc or California 



FILED 

In tha oflfka e< Ih* SKrctory oF Slef* 
of th« Slate of Co'ifornla 

r. n 

MARCH FONG EU, Secret:ry J StaO 
Deputy 



MEDITERRANEAN FRUIT FLY 
EMERGENCY PROCLAMATION AMENDED ORDER NO, 



This amended order is based on the Amended Proclamation 
of A State of Emergency dated August 13, 1981 concerning the 
infestation of the Mediterranean fruit fly in the Counties of 
Alameda, Santa Clara, San Mateo, and Santa Cruz, a copy of 
which is attached hereto and made a part hereof, and Govern- 
ment Code Section 9646(d). 

The boundary of the quarantine area is amended to read 
as follows: 

The entire Counties of Alameda, Santa Clara, and San 
Mateo, and that portion of Santa Cruz County described 
as follows, within which the Mediterranean fruit fly 
is known to exist, are hereby proclaimed to be a 
quarantine area with respect to said pest: 

Santa Cruz County. All of Santa Cruz County north 
and west of State Highway Route 17 running from the 
Santa Clara County line south to State Highway Route 1 
thence east to Sequel Creek thence south to the Pacific 
Ocean. 

The provisions of this order prohibiting the transporta- 
tion of any Mediterranean fruit fly host out of the quarantine 
area except in accordance with regulations promulgated by the 
Director of Food and Agriculture are amended to read as 
follows: 

No person shall transport any Mediterranean fruit fly 
host either out of or within the quarantine area except 
in accordance with regulations promulgated by the 
Director of Food and Agriculture (Mediterranean Fruit 
Fly Interior Quarantine) . Any person who refuses or 
willfully neglects to obey any such regulations shall 
be guilty of a misdemeanor and , upon conviction thereof, 
shall be punished by a fine of not to exceed five 
hundred dollars ($500) or by imprisonment for not to 
exceed six months or by both such fines and imprisonment. 

The provisions of this order requiring all persons 
ding within the quarantine area to remove all Mediterranean 
t fly hosts from trees and plants on their property by a 

certain are hereby terminated effective Sunday, August 16, 

The following provision is hereby added to this order: 

Notwithstanding any other provision of law, members of 
tho California Highway Patrol operating with inspectors 
employed by the California Department of Food and 
Agriculture or United States Department of Agriculture, 



resi 
frui 
date 
1981 



K — 



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may within the quarantine area or counties adjacent 
to the quarantine area, stop any vehicle for the 
purpose of determining if such vehicle contains 
Mediterranean fruit fly host. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
this thirteenth day of August, 1981. 



^B^S^^^Bs^ 




tMA^i 



GOVERNOR 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



By 






Joputy iiuoretar/"3Fstatel"~ 




3'fif^ 




FILED 

4 <■ SHM •( CtWMiiki 



m 



AUG 1 3 1981 



Deputy 



AMENDED EXECUTIVE ORDER B-66-80 



WHEREAS, the State of California has a moral and legal 
obligation to protect and preserve the right of all of its 
citizens to a safe and peaceful existence; and 

WHEREAS, many people still live under frustrating 
economic and social conditions which strain the peace and 
harmony of the community; and 

WHEREAS, there exists within our state the potential for 
growing racial and ethnic animosity; and 

WHEREAS, the growth of such animosity enhances the 
possibility of civil strife and weakens the fabric of community 
tolerance and good will essential for a secure and tranquil 
society; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective 
immediately: 

1. There is hereby created the Governor's Task 
Force on Civil Rights, comprised of repre- 
sentatives from state and local government, 
business, law enforcement, civil rights and 
community organizations, the judicial system, 
and the public. The Secretary of the State 
and Consumer Services Agency shall Chair the 
Task Force, the Director of the Department 
of Fair Employment and Housing, or his or her 
designee, will serve as its executive secre- 
tary, and the Chair of the California Com- 
mission on the Causes of Violence shall serve 
as an ex-officio member. Members of the Task 
Force shall serve voluntarily and without 
compensation, but are entitled to reimburse- 
ment for their reasonable and necessary 
expenditures, if approved by the executive 
secretary. 



All State agencies, departmen 
and commissions are hereby di 
cooperate fully with the Task 
carrying out its responsibili 
this order. The Secretary of 
and Consumer Services Agency 
that all resources necessary 
Force to carry out its respon 
under this Order are made ava 



PAGE TWO 



ts, boards 
rected to 

Force in 
ties under 

the State 
shall ensure 
for the Task 
sibilities 
liable. 



3. The responsibilities of the Task Force 
include, but are not limited to, the 
following: 

- Monitoring incidents of community 
violence and the cause of such 
violence; 



- Assisting communities in preventing 
or resolving such incidents; and 



- Developing proposals to provide 
technical assistance, training, and 
mediation services to state and 
local government personnel, law 
enforcement and members of the com- 
munity in order to prevent violence 
and alleviate tension. 

The Task Force shall submit a preliminary report 
of its findings and recommendations to the 
Governor and Legislature by December 31, 1981, 
and its final report by December 31, 1982. This 
order shall remain in full force and effect un- 
til December 31, 1982, at which time it shall be 
rescinded unless a subsequent order deletes or 
jxtends such date. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this I3th day of 
August, nineteen hundred and 
eighty-one. 

jvernor of California' 

^MMcA'hiCA ^ - 



Gover 

^ATTEST 

Secretary of State 



De;t>b4y Seorotary'of Sfats 



S¥fl 




ixtcutitJt Btpartmtnt 
imi of Califomia 



FILRD _ 

In th« offic o» *• S«r*jrr of Stat* 
of tlw Stat* of C<*ornla 



AMENDED PROCLAMATION 



r " 



1 



5Q1 



MENDED PKU^L,ftr.H. x^., ^jj^^g ^ 5^ . ^, 
STATE OF EMERGENCY ByZyS^^fctiH^^j/*^ 



State 



I Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the State 

«rr^n*.r^iPs Gxist within the Counties of Alameda, San Mateo, 
slnCciara Santa Cruz, and Stanislaus. Beginning on or 

aSSu? ainrb! 19^0, and having grown P-^/^-^^ ;;,:°ration, 
the Mediterranean Fruit Fly (Ceratitis ^'^Pi'^^ta) infestation, 
which by reason of its magnitude, is beyond the control ot 
:Se services, personnel, equipment and facilities of said 
counties. Under the authority of Section 8625 of the 
Government Code, I therefore Proclaim the existence of 
a State of Emergency and hereby implement the California 
Peacetime Emergency Plan in the Counties of Alameda, .an 
Ma?eo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz and Stanislaus; and 

Pursuant to this proclamation, I hereby <3irect 
all agencies of the state government to utilize and employ 
ttati Srsonnel, equipment, and facilities for the per- 
forming of any and all activities to alleviate this 
emergency; and 

Pursuant to Government Code Section 8571 and 
public Res^u^Jes Code Section ;i080(b)(4) the provisions 
of the California Environmental Quality Act (Public 
Resources code Sections 21000 et seg. ) are suspended for 
thlpurpose of carrying out the activities authorized 
herein; and 

in witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand 
and causeS ?Se Great Seal of the State of California to 
be affixed this 14th day of August, 1981. 





GOVERNOR 



ATTEST : 



Secretary of Sta"" 



ilrW in clu.iro«mA OTFICB OT •T»T» 




ffl= 



FILED 



3*^f2j 



_1!-^XLS 



mti.3i-Ky 



^xtcntftie Btpartmtnt 

^tt of Calf otnia 



MARCHjfl«? WrS«reta>jjof ^®^T^ 
Deputy 



By 



MEDITERRANEAN FRUIT FLY 

EMERGENCY PROCLAMATION 
AMENDED ORDER NO. 2 



This amended order is based on the Amended Proclamation 
of A State of Emergency dated August 14, 1981 concerning 
the infestation of the Mediterranean fruit fly in the Coun- 
ties of Alameda, Santa Clara, San Mateo, Santa Cruz, and 
Stanislaus, a copy of which is attached hereto and made a 
part hereof, and Government Code Section 9646(d). 

The boundary of the quarantine area is amended by adding 
the following described portion of Stanislaus County: 



That portion of Stanis 
closed by a line beginning 
River meets the San Joaqui 
east along the San Joaquin 
southwest along Hills Ferr 
Route J 18); west along St 
and continuing approximate 
Route 5 to Orestimba Creek 
state Route 5, to the San 
a point 4 miles southwest 
along the San Joaquin-Stan 
of beginning. 



laus County within the area en- 

at a point where the San Joaquin 
n-Stanislaus County line; south- 
River to Hills Ferry Road; 
y Road to Stuhr Road (County 
uhr Road to Interstate Route 5 
ly 4 miles west of Interstate 
,; northwest, paralleling Inter- 
Joaquin-Stanislaus County line at 
of Interstate Route 5, northeast 
islaus County line to the point 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this 18th day of August, 1981. 





GOVERNOR 
ATTEST: 

Secretary of State 



prinird in CALirtmNiA opnCB or flTATS MUMTIMe 



31^3 




WHEREAS, the cultural mosaic we call California has been 
greatly enriched throughout its history by Mexican-American 
people; and 

WHEREAS, this rich, colorful heritage continues to influ- 
ence architecture, art, music, food, and language in our 
state; and 

WHEREAS, individual Mexican-Americans have made signifi- 
cant contributions in all areas of endeavor in California; 
and 

WHEREAS, the California State Fair has set aside a day 
to celebrate Mexican-American Day with a series of special 
events; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G, Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim August 24, 1981 as 
Mexican-American Day and pncourage Californians of all back- 
grounds to observe this notable day. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF T have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 21st 
day of August 1981 




Governor of California 
ATTEST : 

Secretary of state 

De^ty Secretary oMState 



pttated in CAuroMiiA orricB or ntn nrnnna 



Jf'^f^ 



IJxfCDtiot Btpartmtnt 

^tt of CaHTomia 



•» IW Am* of CMHornta 

•^ ^ 1931 

*W«CH FONG EU, Spwta^ of Lte 



MEDITERRANEAN FRUIT FLY 
EMERGENCY PRCKLAMATION 
AMENDED ORDER NO. 2 



Deputy 



Of A'^Stftrof'^pl?'^^' '! ^.^T"^ °" "^^^ Amended Proclamation 
?L ^ ^ Emergency dated August 25, 1981 concernina 

JiL'of^ff^'^H" °' •^^'-^ Mediterranean fr^iit fly in ?he ?oun- 

Cr" anJ'lSf;,^^" "^"^'°' ^""'^'^ ^^^^"' San Mateo? Santa 
.nd ;.h2 ^'^^"i^l^^S' a copy of which is attached hereto 
and made a part hereof, and Government Code Section 5146(d) . 

' as fJuoS^:""""^ °' '"^ quarantine area is amended to read 

north^SfTnne''^"^'^',- '"'^f P"'^'^^" "^ '^^'^ Benito County 
Serced-Fresii Countrilnes on^f'' ^'^""'^'°" "^ ^^^ ^^" «^"ito- 
to the San SenUo-M^nJ^Jey ?ounty iTe'. '"'^"'^"'^ '"^ ^^^^ 

with?n^Ji|':r:a'enc"J^;ed"Sv'a"?[n'ri: °' Stanislaus County 
where the San 2oaqSin River meeJS thr^^n"?^ "'" ""'"^ 
County line; southeash «T^L f! o ^^" Joaquin-Stanislaus 
Ferry Road7 southwest atina^HnT.^'p" ''°"^"'" ''^^^^ ^o Hills 
ioStr? a^°r^ ^,^«) -- 'long^ St-^^ -aT o^?n?^r"s^ta^r^ 
t f: LTe r?rS?es?.Ia-?r^i:?riXrJh:L^r -^^ij^ --- 

un%"a%!%%o^?;;t^%^^n^L^^^u?r^r^^^"-^-"^^"^ 

northeast along the sfn ^""^hwest of interstate Route 5, 
the point of beginning? '^"^^"^""Stanislaus County line to 

caused tL™GfearSe!rof\h'elt'^r^"y^° ''' ""^ '^-^ -^ 
affixed ...sltluX Of Au:ustr!9?L'^'^^°'^"^^ ^° ^^ 









GOVERNOR 
ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



)eputy Secretary of State 



11U.1A orricE or .tat. numxo 



i!xtnjtft)t Btpartmtnt 

^rt of CatiTomiQ 



o? I*. Stat, of ColHof „ta 

MARCHFONGEU,S«™bXstoto 
Oep«rty 



AMENDED PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



of ralifor„h Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the State 
of California, have found that conditions of extreme peril 

p?opertfL"ex st'eUMn^^H^^""" ''" ^^^^^^ °^ agrTcuftural 
qan M^hir II ^!''*'^" ^^^ Counties of Alameda, San Benito. 
llVl I \ T^^ ^^"^' ^"^"♦^^ ^'^"^' a"d Stanislaus. Reg inn nq 
wSrse the M^d?^ ''' '''°' ""'^ '"^^"^ ^^°-" progressively ' 
?es?ation whf hT^"^^" ^'"^*^ ^^y (Ceratitis capitata) in- 
contro} of th^''^''^ '^^^°" °^ ^^^^ magnitude, is beyond the 
ITlliA . services, personnel, equipment and facilities 

of said counties. Under the authority of Section 862S of fL 

fst^tTof T"'' ' ^^--f-- Proclaim^he ex?s ence'of' °' ''^ 
a state of Emergency and hereby implement the Califnrni;, 

KnUo'^an^Mir""^"'^" '" ^^' CoSntTls^'of '^amedf^'^San 
Benito, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz and Stanislaus; 

Pursuant to this proclamation, I hereby direct 
an agencies of the state government to utilize and employ 
f^ri P^"°""el' equipment, and facilities for the oe?- 
formance of any and all activities to alKviate this 
emergency; and -••^cvxat.e cms 

„ ^, . Pursuant to Government Code Section RS7i ^n/t 

of i: c'a'lifor^L'r-'^^'^"" 21080(b,(!rt;rpfovL ons 
or tne California Environmental Oualitv Act fPnhiir> 

Resources Code Sections 21000 et''se^!r are suspended for 
h;:e?n;Tnd °' ^^"^^"^ °"^ th^aHtfvities autLriL'd'"'^ 

In witness whereof, i 



ana caused ,0,-rsL-r-r;.^ ---rc,%-^r,-- 

be affixed this 25th day of August, 1981. 





GOVERNOR 



ATTEST : 



\ALeL\Jk Am£^ S^ 

Secretary of State 



==^®P"l?L^'-'?«tary of State ■* 



prtn/rd ta cautoiixia orncc or 



■TATE rRiNTtNO 



Jf^C 



r" 



l^xecntiDe Btpartmenc 

^tr or Catfomia 



— -"TTCId 

In th« oMc* of <Im SciKlary of Stat* 
of Mm Slof* of Colifornlo 

n'r;;7j|lQ31 

AMENDED P ROC LAMAT I OrfcARCH fON6 EU, Sectary of Stat. 
OF A 
STATE OF emerge: 



^c-f'^f^^^£&^. 



I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the State 
of California, have found that conditions of extreme peril 
to the agricultural industry and the safety of agricultural 
properties exist within the Counties of Alameda, Los Angeles, 
San Benito, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, and Stanislaus, 
Beginning on or about June 17, 1980, and having grown pro- 
gressively worse, the Mediterranean Fruit Fly (Ceratitis 
capitata) infestation, which by reason of its magnitude, is 
beyond the control of the services, personnel, equipment 
and facilities of said counties. Under the authority of Sec- 
tion 8625 of the Government Code, I therefore proclaim the 
existence of a State of Emergency and hereby implement the 
California Peacetime Emergency Plan in the Counties of Alameda, 
Los Angeles, San Benito, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz 
and Stanislaus; and 

Pursuant to this proclamation, I hereby direct 
all agencies of the state government to utilize and employ 
state personnel, equipment, and facilities for the per- 
formance of any and all activities to alleviate this 
emergency; and 

Pursuant to Government Code Section 8571 and 
Public Resources Code Section 21080(b)(4) the provisions 
of the California Environmental Quality Act (Public 
Resources Code Sections 21000 et seq . ) are suspended for 
the purpose of carrying out the activities authorized 
herein; and 

In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to 
be affixed this 27th day of August, 1981. 





ATTEST: 



by. 



GOVERNOR 



Secretary of State 



A<-<^ 



D#uty Socrotavy ofi^Gtuto 



printed in ( ai-ifornia orriCK or statk piuntino 



^H7 



^jtcutiut ©tpartment 

3tatc of eatfomiQ 



FILED 

SEP 151981 

At -O'clock 

MARCH FONG EU SKittM} 

P» GT"> < '"" ^ ^ ^ 




WHEREAS, Diez-y-Seis de Septiembre is a date J^^ogji^^d 
by many Californians as the commemoration of the struggle 
for independence by Mexico in 1821; and 

WHEREAS, California is a state that has been strongly 
influenced by Mexican history and culture; and 

WHEREAS, Americans of Hispanic decent from throughout 
Latin America have also made significant contributions to 
the united States in general and to California in particular; 
and 

WHEREAS, this observance gives all of us an opportunity 
to honor the enrichment of California by the diverse Hispanic 
traditions and cultures; 



NOW, THEREFORE, I, 
State of California, by 
vested in me by the Con 
State of California, do 
of September 14 through 
and urge all California 
observance by a plural i 
relating to human right 
we as a people are dedi 




EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the 

virtue of the power and authority 
stitution and the statutes of the 
hereby declare and proclaim the week 
18, 1981 as Hispanic Heritage Week 
ns to commemorate this week as our 
Stic society of the noble principles 
s and individual freedom to which 
cated. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this i4t.h 
day qf September 1981. 





of California 



ATTEST: 



lecretary o? Sta 




^nled in CALinmNiA nrptcK or itatk miNTmo 



Ji'fs 



i^xtcudtit Bepartment 

^tt \A Catfoniia 



FILED 

SEP 2 3 1981 



Love and Loyalty now meet. Righteousness and 
Peace now embrace; Loyalty reaches up from 
Earth and Righteousness leans down from Heaven. 

Psalm 85: 10,11 



WHEREAS, throughout our history Americans have served 
in the armed forces in order to protect and insure the peace 
and harmony of our great nation; and 

WHEREAS, we who enjoy the fruits of their sacrifices 
owe much to the men and women who have served, or are cur- 
rently serving, in the armed forces; and 

WHEREAS, there are 3.6 million veterans in California, 
one million of whom are Vietnam veterans; and 

WHEREAS, many of those who left their homes and families 
to fight in Southeast Asia suffered trauma, disablement, 
and sometimes death on our behalf; and 

WHEREAS, the Vietnam War has left an uncertain legacy 
in the form of physical and psychological health problems; 
and 

WHEREAS, the debt we owe to all veterans was not fully 
extended to those who returned home from Vietnam because 
of our nation's internal struggles over the appropriateness 
of the Vietnam War; and 

WHEREAS, many diverse veteran groups throughout the state 
are working this fall with the Department of Veterans Affairs 
to honor the contributions made by veterans, and in particu- 
lar Vietnam veterans, to the continuence of our state and 
nation and the freedoms we enjoy; 



piinied in cu-iroitMiA orrici v» stats vanmno 



NOW, THEREFORK, 
rornia, do here 
i981 as Veteran 
on Vietnam vete 
acknowledge the 
made by ail vet 
throughout the 
tion that all v 
of life. 



I. EDMUND G. BROWN JR r 
by proclaim Octobe? 2?' th^n^'^w""'^ "^ ^^^^i" 
« Hecognition Month with .n "^^ November 23, 
'^"^' 1 call upon an C^ifr""'^^ emphasis 

s^icrifice and to ftL ^'^"'"'^"^ to 
erans to our socLtrind'i ''" -""""itment 
,2tate to celebrate the ^f ^ "'^^ everyone 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF 
hereunto 



I hav€ 




uu 



_ATTEST; 




ecretar-y-df-sttti 



^^^W^^^T^tB^^^^ 






DIRECTION 



MARCH FONG EU, Secretanf of StrtI I 

TO the State Treasurer under provisxons of The State College 
Revenue Bond Act of 1947 (California Education Code Sections 
90010-90080, as amended). 



TO The Honorable Jesse M. Unruh, State Treasurer of the St.t. 
of California: 



WHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State 
University and Colleges, on July 8, 1981, adopted a 
resolution authorizing the issuance of the California State 
university and Colleges Housing System Revenue Bonds, 
series L (herein called the "Supplemental Resolution") and 
said resolution was approved by the State Board of Control of 
the State of California at a meeting duly and regularly held 

on July 21 _, 1981; and 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State 
university and Colleges, on July 8, 1981, adopted a 
resolution requesting that the State Treasurer be directed to 
offer said Bonds for sale, and to sell the same at private 
sale to the United States of America, acting by and through 
the Secretary of Education (herein called the "Government"), 
in the parcels and numbers set forth in the Loan Agreement 
referred to in said resolution, and said resolution was 



approved by the State Board of Control of th« State of 
California at a meeting duly and regularly held on July 21 , 
1981; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROVVN, JR., Governor 
of the State of California, hereby direct that you, as State 
Treasurer, offer snid Bonds for sale, and sell the same at 
private sal* for cash to the Government, in the parcels and 
numbers and pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth in 
said Loan Agreement and in the Supplemental Resolution. Said 
Bonds to be so sold shall be $4,930,000 in aggregate 
principal amount, all dated May 1, 1961, and numbered LI to 
L986, Inclusive. The sale shall take place on such date as 
you may determine, but not later than September 11 , 1981. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this 4th day of August , 1981. 



Attest: 





MARCH FONG EU 



SECRETARY OF STATE 



By /kjUurAji^ f\- 




35xenitit)c ©epartment 

S^m of Califomia 



U (M Mk« tl Dm S«craMry •( St«t* 
M M tm» *» Co1if«>nlQ 

MUCH FONG EU. Secretary o( Stats A 



AMENDED PROCLAMATION 
OF A 
STATK EMERGENCY 



Calif orn 
agrlcul t 
exist wl 
San Beni 
Beg inn in 
Ively wo 
Infest io 
control 
of said 
Governme 
State of 
time Erne 
Los Ange 
and Stan 



I, Edmund G. B 
ia, have found t 
ural Industry an 
thin the Countie 
to, San Mateo, S 
g on or about Ju 
rse, the Mediter 
n, which by reas 
of the services, 
counties. Under 
nt Code, I there 
Emergency and h 
rgency Plan in t 
les, San Benito, 
islaus ; and 



rown Jr . 

hat cond 

d the sa 

s of Ala 

anta Cla 

ne 17, 1 

ranean F 

on of it 

per sonn 

the aut 

fore pro 

ereby im 

he Count 

San Mat 



, Governor 
it Ions of 
fety of ag 
meda , Con t 
ra , Santa 
980, and h 
ruit Fly 
s magnltud 
el, equlpm 
hority of 
claim the 
plement th 
ies of Ala 
eo, Santa 



of the S 
extreme p 
r icul tur a 
r a Costa, 
Cruz , and 
aving gro 
(Ceratiti 
e, is bey 
ent and f 
Section 8 
exls tenc e 
e Califor 
meda. Con 
Clara, Sa 



ta te of 
eril to the 
1 properties 
Los Angeles, 
Stanislaus, 
wn progress- 
s capitata) 
ond the 
acil 'ties 
625 of the 

of a 
nia Peacfe- 
tra Costa , 
nta Cruz 



Pursuant to this proclamation, I hereby direct all 
agencies of the state government to utilize and employ state 
personnel, equipment and facilities for the performance of any 
and all activities to alleviate this emergency; and 

Pursuant to Government Code Section 8571 and Public 
Resources Code Section 21080(b) (4) the provisions of the 
California Environmental Quality Act (Public Resources Code 
Sections 21000e^ seq . ) are suspended for the purpose of 
carrying out the activities authorized herein; and 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
this 25th day of September 1981. 




GOVERNOR 




f State 
Jrotary r^z Stal 



Secretary of State 



DoputyS^^mary' 




^Kcuriot ©cpartmcnt 

State of £akfoma 



PROCLAMATION 



3<^oo 



FILED 

OCT 5 -1981 

MMCM FOK (U. SKRtoT d SUM 



•yLi 



:^ja,tkLLU 






RELATIVE TO "CALIFORNIA'S SAFE SCHOOLS WEEK' 



WHEREAS, vandalism, drug trafficking, and 
violent crime are plaguing California's schools, 
lid a?e thereby threatening the health and safety of 
our students and teachers and disrupting the 
processes of education; and 

WHEREAS, there is a need for a ^^^P^y^^J^f „,i„„- 
effort between California's citizens and institutions 
to promote a greater understanding of school safety 
issues; and 

WHEREAS, the California Legislature, in a Joi"t 
Rules committee Resolution, co-authored by fo^ty-four 
Leaislators, has requested the Governor to declare 
Sobef?9 through October 23, 1981 as "California's 
Safe Schools Week"; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Mike Curb, Acting Governor 
of the State of California do hereby proclaim 
October if through October 23, 1981 as "California's 
Safe Schools Week". 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed. 



Done 



October, 1981. 




at the City of Los Angeles this 5th day of 



yfi^^ej,^ 



MIKE CURB 
Acting Governor 



ATTEST: 



-o<-arv nf State ' 



ecretary of State 



by f"/ ^ ),lUO, h 
Deputy Secretary 



4 



tate 



Ll It OMNIA OFFirK OF STATE milTrmO 



3^0 I 



^xtnitiDe ©cpartnicnt 

State of California 



FILED 

In «>• oHn •• Ik* iK r«Mry of ShM 
•I *>• Stow »( Cakkmris 

OCT 5 -1981 

MMCH rmc (U. StcniMT gt StoH 

w/i, V.Hi ;//,;>! '^i^^./. 



I, MIKE 
California, by 
vested in me by 
State do hereby 
States and the 
at all installs 
431 and 432 of 
commencing at s 
until sunset of 
Highway Patrol 
taken in the li 



PROCLAMATION 



CURB, Acting Governor of the State of 
virtue of the powers and authority 
the Constitution and laws of this 
direct that the flag of the United 
Bear Flag will be flown at half staff 
tions or places prescribed in Sections 
the Government Code for the period 
unrise on Tuesday, October 6, 1981 

the same day in memory of California 
Officer John Martinez whose life was 
ne of duty. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the Great Seal of the State of Cali- 
fornia to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Los Angeles this 5th day 
of October, 1981. 




HIKE CURB 



Acting Governor 



ATTEST : 



\hUlA.(k 



ecretary of Stat 




^ 



Deputy Secretary of St^e 



t*ntlted it\ 1*1 IKORNIA OFKKK OF liTATt miNTINC 



3S'"3u 



^xecutiDe Bepartment 

Suu of California 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-87-81 



FILED 

In th* offc* e( «<m ttcretory o( St9t« 
of Hw Stat* •( Collfornla 

0Ci9- i981 

MARCH FONQ EU, SMrMa 



f 



Deputy 




Constl^tio"?' '*'""= "P*"''"9 " prohibited in th, state 
the St^^'ofSflJSia' S™"^^- ""^ ■"■■ <=-«"- of 

1. The DepartiTient of Finance will unallot 1981- 
fre ?no^%' ^""'^ departmental budgets which 
percent lt'\''''" Operations^ t^Io (2) 
bo doh^. ^^^^Ptio-^s to this reduction will 
be debt service. Emergency Fund, Workers' 
Compensation Benefits, Health B^ne^Us lor 
Annuitants, and the institutions of each of 
the rJ 7^""^'- *^^ Department of Corrections 
hosp?LL v'^ ^°"'^ Authority, the State ^' 
q^h^^ f' ^^terans Home, and State Special 
schools for individuals with ExceptiS' ' 

2. The Public Works Board is directed to def^r- 
processing requests for capital outlav 
projects. Exceptions to t^is manSaJ^'^are: 



a. 



c. 



Projects necessary to increase the 
capacity of correctional institutions, 

Projects necessary to meet licensing 
requirements for federal funding! 

Projects to replace electrical equin- 
E!phe"Jl;-? ""^^"= Polychlori„a?:a^ 



35ienitlDc ©epartment 

^tatc of California 



PAGE TWO 



3. 



d. Projects for which the State is 
legally obligated to proceed. 

en?u;^^?^?"ba"lances'"r'^^ ''''' ^^^^^ ^^^ — 
and un:not'thoselundsX'^r'L' appropriations, 
ation of the Director ^.^k' ^^^ determin- 
General Fund. ' ""^^ ^^ reverted to the 

Sta\e',?gen'^rL' and^d^^^f '" conjunction with 
82 LocarAssHt^nce'bSdge'^r^o^ f jnd T^'^" ''''- 
programs which .ay be r^du'ceror'^Ji^^L^^i:^^^'^^ 

JhfSsS^r^^eLJ^!^ ?---Pf e in.achieving 

Departn.ent of FinLce to "nf Uot two'or ^^^ 
of the 1981-82 budgets for tht n ^ ' ' Percent 

California and thf^alifornia sStrn'''^^ °' 
and Colleges. ^''-L-i-rornia State University 

The constitutional senara+-<^r. ^c 

endeavor to reduce the cosL of^'sltH Government 

to irnploment this Executive Order "Lr^^''"^^ 
of the fiscal status of thi Stato'w,?? k^^"""^"^ 
continued for the next sevlrf I'^^ntSs! ^' 

'"^ sefff H*^^^'^"^' ^ ""^^^ hereunto 

leal nf ^K*^ o"^ ^^"^^^ the Great 

fo L ^^^^ ^^^^^ °f California 

On^^K ^"^'^^'^ this 9th day of 

Jnnf ,:/-^- "inetiilThundred 
and' eighty-one. 




ifornia 

n 



,Ji££etarj^^ StaJe 




rotefi^y of state 



^s5^3 



i^xtcDtitit Btnartmtnt 

3tatt of Caliromia 




FILED 

In tli» oBc* of lb* Ucnfarr ol 
of ilw Stole o( California 



OCT 10 1881 

MARCH FONG EU, Secretary of State 



Deputy 



PROCUiAASlOU 



WHEREAS, the persistence of global hunger is one of the 
most serious problems confronting the community of nations; 
and 

WHEREAS, millions of people, the majority of them chil- 
dren, die each year from lack of food and poor nutrition 
and millions more endure the prolonged and painful effects 
of malnutrition such as, disease, mental disabilities, and 
other hunger-related conditions; and 

WHEREAS, while the Third World experiences the great- 
est incidence of poverty, hunger and malnutrition, their 
effects continue to damage the lives of many people in the 
United States and the industrialized world; and 

WHEREAS, the ability of our natural resources to sus- 
tain the earth's population, now and in the future, is 
jeopardized by environmental degradation resulting from 
widespread mismanagement of resources; and 

WHEREAS, the inequitable distribution of food among de- 
veloped and less developed nations, threatens to exacerbate 
global tensions, and to upset the precarious peace upon which 
our future is balanced; and 

WHEREAS, in recognition of the severity of the world 
food situation, the United Nations Food and Agricultural 
Organization has declared October 16, 1981 as World Food 
Day, and over 125 nations around the world and 178 national 
organizations have pledged their support for this observance; 
and 

WHEREAS, California is one of the nation's major food- 
producing states, one of the world's most prosperous and 
bountiful regions, and therefore an important participant 
in the effort to eliminate hunger; 



p rlm wl in eAl.i»o«m* ornci or tTATS 




NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim October 16, 1981 
"World Food Day", and urge all Californians to reflect upon 
the meaning of this day, our mutual dependence on other liv- 
ing forms, the urgency of the world food situation, and the 
need for an immediate and cooperative effort to end world 
hunger . 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 13th 
f October 1981. 




ernor of California 



3^<^'4- 




FILE 

I fhf edict of Hi» Secre 
of rtw Sta» ot ColKoi 



OCT 1 1 193 



£xtaitit)t Bcpartmtnt 

j9(att of Calif omia 




Stat* 



State 



PROCLAMATION 



MARCH fONG EU, Swretary i 

^Deputy Q 



WHEREAS, in the 30 year period between 1^J|. ^"^^^^J' i^ 
diethylstilbestcol (DBS) was a commonly prescribed synthetic 
hormone designed to prevent pregnancy problems; and 

WHEREAS, it was later discovered that DES could be asso- 
ciated with a variety of medical problems occurring m the 
children of women who took DES; and 

WHEREAS, it is estimated that between 600,000 and 
1,200,000 people in California may have been exposed to 
DES; and 

WHEREAS, the best way to decrease the possibility of 
severe medical problems in exposed individuals is through 
early determination and detection; and 

WHEREAS, the chances of early determination ^nd detec- 
tion can be increased by an effort to call attention to the 
problems that people exposed to DES may experience; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and a^^thority 
vested in me by the Constitution and the f ^^utes of the 
State of California, do hereby declare and P^^^^f ""^f f,^^^ 
week of October 11-17, 1981 as DES Awareness Week and urge 
aficalifornions to l4arn more about DES and the problems 
which may have resulted from its use. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixpd this 13th 
day of October, A.D. nineteen 
hundred and eighty-one. 





Governo 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of StdteX') 



te CiujromiA orncB or RAia 




3i>-o t. 



FICED 

In Ih* offic o» lt» »«f^ofY o« Shit« 



li 



35xcnitiDc Bepartmcnt 

;&tatt of CJlifomia 



OCT 1 -1 19 

MARCH FONC EU, S«cr«tar)(! 




EXECUTIVE ORDER 8-8961 



WHEREAS, California's industries annually dispose of 
millions of tons of hazardous wastes in chemical landfills 
located throughout the state; and 

WHEREAS, many of these wastes are highly toxic for 
extremely long periods of time and thus pose serious long- 
term threats to human health and our environmental resources; 
and 

WHEREAS, it has been documented that there are many 
proven technologies which can be safely used to reduce, 
recycle, treat and destroy approximately 75% of all the 
hazardous wastes now deposited in the State's Class I and 
Class II-I landfills; and 

WHEREAS, d'^cisive State action can eliminate the 
dangers resulting from continued land disposal of toxic 
wastes; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of 
the State of California, pursuant to the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State 
of California, do hereby issue this Executive Order to 
become effective immediately: 

1. It is the policy of the State of California 
to immediately reduce our dependence on 
chemical landfills for the disposal of 
untreated toxic wastes and to encourage the 
construction of new advanced waste management 
facilities for the recycling, treatment and 
permanent destruction of toxic wastes. 

2. To implement the policy set forth in (1) 
above, the Department of Health Services is 
directed to take the following actions: 

a. exercise its existing regulatory authority, 
including but not limited to the powers 
conferred by Health and Safety Code 
Sections 25150 and 25155, to prohibit 
the land disposal of highly toxic wastes; 



r? 

(^U- 



^Pxenirioe Bepartmcnt 

;5utc or (DliTomia 



PAGE TWO 



b. 



ATTEST: 




exercise its existing regulatory 
authority, including but not limited 
to the powers conferred by Health 
and Safety Code Section 25174, to 
impose higher fees on the land disposal 
of high-priority, extremely hazardous 
toxic wastes, until such time as land 
disposal is banned for these wastes. 

increase monitoring and enforcement 
inspections at all hazardous waste 
disposal sites; 

encourage the construction of new 
advanced waste treatment facilities for 
the recycling, treatment and destruction 
of hazardous wastes, including stream- 
lining of state permit processes where 
appropriate; 

actively involve citizens in the State's 
hazardous waste management program. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto!] 
set my hand and caused the Great i 
Seal of the State of California '! 
to be affixed this ffXf' day of 
October, A.D. nineteen hundred 
and eighty-one. 



Governor of California ^ 



y Oi Slate 



J^OC> 




^xtcutttJt Btparnntnt 

fxoi of CaKfoniia 



FIUED 

la III* offin of Itw S«:i«*?;j(^o( St^it* 



OHT .1 G 19a 

MAIVW FONG EU, SecretaYiof State 

D^«y ! /J 



By, 



T^ 



) 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, the White Cane has come to symbolize the right 
of a blind person to lead a full and independent life; and 

WHEREAS, by aiding the blind person to move freely aiid 
safely from place to place, the white cane helps every blind 
person who uses one to participate in and contribute to 
our society; and 

WHEREAS, citizens need to be reminded that they should 
yield the right of way to any blind person carrying a white 
cane; and 

WHEREAS, this h. ? h^en designated as the International 
Year of the Disabled Person; and 

WHEREAS, during this year it is particularly important 
that a special day be designated to call attention to the 
abilities of blind persons and to call for continued expan- 
sion of educational and employment opportunities for blind 
persons in this state; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and the statutes of the 
State of California, do hereby declare and proclaim October 15, 
1991 as White Cane Awareness Day and urge all Californians to 
recognize the white cane as an instrument of safety and 
self-help for blind persons and also to encourage scnools 
and employers to offer equal opportunities to the blind 
people of our state. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 15 th 
day oi October 1981. 





Governor or CaTifornia 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



Deputy 2ocr 6 taxy of ^Late, 

<l% CALirOKMIA OrPlCB or tTATB PRINTINO 



^d^o7 



£xtnitit)t ©epartmtnt 

^tt of Cahfomia 




PROCLAMATION 



OPT o n. 1931J 

ymA f ONG tU, Secretary^ « S' 




WHEREAS. Gray Davis has skillfully ^^^f ^ed the day 
to day operation of the Executive Branch of California 
State Government; and 

WHEREAS, in his position as Executive Secretary and 
Chief of Staff he has untiringly managed and worked with 
the Governor's Office staff; and 

WHEREAS, he has effectively represented the Governor's 
Office in articulating the Administration's programs and 
policy to the Legislature, public and the media; and 

WHEREAS, he has demonstrated a unique ability to find 
creative solutions to complex problems; and 

WHEREAS, through his pragmatic and reasoned approaches 
to issues, he has helped to establish the policies and 
programs of this Administration; and 

WHEREAS, for the last seven years, he has loyally, 
unselfishly and with heartfelt dedication served this 
Administration and the citizens of our State; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of 
the State of California, do hereby with respect and grati- 
tude recognize the many essential contributions which 
Gray Davis has made to the people of California. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 

hereunto set my hand and 

caused the Great Seal of 

the State of California 

to be affixed this 22nd 

day of October, 1981. 




Governor of California | 



ATTEST: 



WU 



Secretary of Stat 

Deputy Secretary orf State 



in cu-lTOfiMiA orrici or itate piuntino 



J SOS 



IJitnitiDe Btpartment 

^tt or Caliromia 



FIUED 

In the oMc* of Mw SKrctary ef $M« 
of the Stat* of Cal'forrin 

NOV '- 1931 

MARCH FONG EU, Secre^-y of St3t« in 

Dapuly (/ 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, an extraordinary occasion has arisen and now exists 
requiring that the Legislature of the State of California 
be convened in extraordinary session; now, therefore, 

I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, 
by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by Section 
3(b) of Article IV of the Constitution of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby convene the Legislature of the State of 
California on the ninth day of November, 1981, at 9:30 a.m. 
to legislate upon the following subjects: 

1. To consider and act upon legislation relative 
to State budget problems created by recent 
federal enactments and related court actions. 

2. To consider and act upon legislation relative 
to reapportionment. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 
fourth day of November, 1981. 




Governor of California ' 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



printrd in lALtroRNiA orrirK or itatk rniNTnm 




3soy 



^lenitltit Btpartmtnt 

^tc or Caiifomia 




FILED 

in Id* ofllc* of «<w SK'Ptary «( Stst* 
of tin Slot* et Coliforrb 

NOV 1 ? 1981 

MARCH FONG EU, S«crelsry of Stat* 
Deputy 



WHEREAS, the Chiu Chow Mutual Aid Association provides 
oCrJhfi:r?dranr' '° "^°^'^ °' Cantonese heritage through- 

WHEREAS, California has a significant population of 
Cantonese-Americans who work to aid those in need; and 

wihh^Hr^Kt^' ^^^\ f ■'^ ''^"^^ ""^"^ ^°'''"^' including assistance 
with problems relating to language, health, and housing; and 

WHEREAS, the efforts of the Association not only help 
Caflfo^nta? anS ^^""^^"^^ " ^ ^^^^^ the Asian comLnitJ in 

in „*["^^^AS, the Chiu Chow Mutual Aid Association is holding, 
in Hong Kong, its First Annual International Convention; 

«;^.^^°"f THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the 
btate Of California proclaim November as Chiu Chow Mutual 
Association Month in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 10th 
day of November 19817 




^MkUk 



Governor ot California 



ATTEST: 




(/l 



I/' 
Sec 



cretary oi Stfate 




VHnted in cALirdHNiA orrtca or itatk printing 



3S/0 



^pjcnitiuc Bcpartmtnt 

$catc or &ilifomia 



FILED 

In Iht ollitt o» ttw S»cr»to'y o( Z—\* 
of Hm Stata el Colilorf la 

N0V1'M2^ 

MAECH FONG £U, SKreUry||of Slate 
II 0«p«ty I Q 



J 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-90-81 



WHEREAS, an economically sound and sustainable 
agriculture is vital to California; and 

WHEREAS, California's agriculture and environment 
vitally need the continued protection afforded by a strong 
pest prevention program; and 

WHEREAS, the professional and scientific communities 
have learned much from our recent Medfly infestation; and 

WHEREAS, the lessons learned during the Medfly battle 
give the state a unique opportunity to effectively prepare 
for any future infestations of harmful agricultural pests; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State 
of California, do hereby issue this order to become 
effective immediately: 

1. The Administration Pest Response Task Force 
is created, to be chaired by the Director 
of the Department of Food and Agriculture; 

2. Task Force members shall be selected by the 
Director and shall combine talents and 
expertise of state, federal and local 
government representatives, as well as 
agricultural, consumer, and law enforcement 
groups; 

3. The Task Force shall provide the Governor by 
January 1, 1982, a set of recommendations 
designed to improve the state's ability to 
respond to infestations in a timely and 
effective way and will make recommendations 
regarding methods of funding; 



PAGE TWO 




Task Force members shall serve without 
compensation, but may receive necessary 
travel expenses if approved by the 
Director. The Department shall also 
provide the Task Force with technical 
advisors and staff assistance in carrying 
out its responsibilities. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of CAlifornia 
to be affixed this fifteenth 
day of November, nineteen 
hundred and eighty-one. 




Governor of California 

ATTEST: 

Secretaji(^ of State 



*T? 




J^l I 



iJxtnititiE ©Epartmtnt 

^tote of Califomia 



FILED 

of Hl« Stnt. of Collfcf. a r? 

NOV I -r 1981 

IWRCH FONG tU, Sectftary of sj te 
Deputy 



EXECUTIVE ORDER //R-91-81 



The continued prosperity of California depends upon our fundamental reor- 
dering of priorities. The challenge of foreifin competition and domestic industrial 
obsolescence requires that our genius for technological innovation become the 
guiding concept of the next decade. 

California is strategically positioned to take advantage of technological 
advances in electronics, communications, aerospace, agriculture, and genetic 
sciences. Such technological advances will be a major benefit to all California 
industries. These benefits can best be realized through the creation of a new 
^fn [!^th ^^ between business, labor, academia, and government. This partnership 
can both advance and serve basic human values and enhance economic productivity. 

h„ w r*^": y"^'*E''ORE' ' F-^"'"nd G. Brown 3r., Governor of the State of California, 
of tZ^t.t f^y?' ^""^ .^"^.^^^--'ty ^^st^^d in me by the Constitution and statutes 
of the State of California, do hereby issue this order to become effective immedi- 



1. 



3. 



A California Commission on Industrial Innovation is hereby established 
in the Governor's Office, and will terminate in December of 1982. 

The Commission shall be composed of the Governor, the Secretary of 
the Business, Transportation, and Housing Agency, the Director of the 
Department of Industrial Relations and fifteen other persons who are 
experienced and interested in technological innovation from the busi- 
ness, labor, academic, and governmental communities. The Governor 
shall appoint eleven members of the Commission, while the President 
Pro Tempore of the California Senate and the Speaker of the California 
Assembly shall appoint two members, respectively, with the Governor 
serving as chair of the Commission. The Governor may designate a co- 
chair as necessary. 6 °i'= « <-" 

The Commission shall provide a forum for discussion, debate, and policy 
guidance for the Governor and the Legislature on the role of technologi- 
cal innovation m maintaining California's leadership in the national 
economy and in retaining its international competitive position. The 
Commission shall identify priorities for research, grants, and other 
state government-supported economic initiatives designed to spur 
industrial innovation. The Commission shall pursue these goals by: 

-- Bringing together representatives of the business, labor, academic, 
and governmental communities; 

- Assisting in public and private financing of industrial innovation; 

Arranging for management and technical assistance from state, 
national, and international sources. 



Arranging for better management of human 



vrinied in CALirowviA OFrici or itatk ruNTOfO 



resources. 



It The Commission shall prepare a report to serve as a blueprmt for indust- 
rial innovation polio in California, in order to assure our continued 
leadership in the emerging technologies for old and new industries in 
the 1980's. 

5 The Commission shall convene in 1982 one or more conferences to dis- 
cuss industrial innovation policy and related economic initiatives in 
the public and private sectors to encourage the broadest possible public 
discussion and involvement in planning California's economic future. 

6 The Chair or Co-chair may appoint an Executive Advisory Council to 
the Commission, with designees of each Commissioner serving on the 
Council with such others as the Chair or Co-chair may deem necessary. 
The Coun< il shdil cxa.r.ino specific topics at the Commission's direction, 
including the promotion of technological innovation through enhanced 
capital formation, education and training and human productivity. 

7 Members of the Commission and Executive Advisory Council shall 
serve without compensation, but shall be reimbursed for their actual 
expenses. The Governor will appoint an Executive Director and staff 
for the Commission as needed. 

8 The Commission shall report to and advise the Governor and Legislature 
on policy and issues of economic strength through industrial innovation. 

9 In addition to the fund authorized in Item 220-001-001, the Commission 
is authorized to receive and disburse, on behalf of the Governor, federal 
and other funds made available to promote industrial innovation. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this / 7U- day of November 




£iLMn^^ 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 




3S/a^ 



FTUl 



iJxecotitJt Bepartmtnt 

^tQtc or (Talifomia 



la Ml* office o( Hm SMrrXrfiTof Slirt* 
ol the Stotf o( Coliloi ilo 

MMCH FONG EU, Secretary ol State 
V Deputy (] 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, tourism creates a most excellent opportunity 
for goodwill and understanding through the interaction of 
persons from different cultures and backgrounds; and 

WHEREAS, Japanese tourists are among the most frequent 
as well as welcome visitors to California; and 

WHEREAS, tourism is one of California's leading indus- 
tries with annual receipts of more than $21 billion; and 

WHEREAS, the Japan Association of Travel Agents, which 
represents all facets of Japan's travel industry, has effec- 
tively cooperated with and strongly supported the efforts 
of their California counterparts; and 



WHEREAS, the Japan Associat 
Congress in Tokyo, December 1-4 

nation of the first State of California Tourism Development 
Trade Mission; 



ion of Travel Agents Biannual 
, 1981, is the chosen desti- 



NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G 
State of California, do hereby 
tions the Japan Association of 
to the California Tourism Indus 
and sincere appreciation on beh 
State. 



. BROWN JR. , Governor of the 
recognize the many contribu- 
Travel Agents have made 
try and offer my best wishes 
alf of the citizens of our 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this AjUJr 
day of November 1981^ 

MAJ^ 

Governor' of California 




ATTEST: 



Secretary of Sta 



^ 



te 



b v Pji^Utu^ (^ hU/jJ^h- 



Depi^ty Secretary of/Btate 



\,' 



I 



printed in cALironNtA office of atate printing 



^5-/3 



FILED 

In »li« o«kt of tt» S^r^tary cf 
ol th* Slat* 0» Co'tfcr- -• 



iPxenitiVJC Bepartmcnt 

^tatc of CJlifomia 



MARCH fONQ tU, Secret!'; of State 



PROCLAMATION 



1, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State 
of California, by virtue of the power vested in me by 
Section 18025 of the Government Code, hereby declares 
Thursday, November 26. 1981. a holiday for state employees. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this day of November 23. 1981. 



ATTEST: 




overnor of California [ 



Secretary of State 

Deputy beoi-otary 




3*6-// 




FILED 

In tfi9 ofRcv of rtie SecmuryjJ S»^f» 

' ■ '^'- - '^"^ <.j 

MARCHFONG EU, Secr|l,ry d State 

i^xtaititic Btpartmcnt proclamat^o^^^^ 

^tt of CaBfornia ^'""^ 

WHEREAS, The Los Angeles Free Clinic is the oldest continu- 
ously operating free clinic in the nation; and 

WHEREAS, the Los Angeles Free Clinic P-^^^i^^^-^^^i^^y „^ 
health care and other social services to over 25,000 persons 
in need of help each year; and 

WHEREAS, the Los Angeles Free Clinic is beginning its 
fifteenth year of service to the needy of Los Angeles City 
and County; and 

WHEREAS, the Los Angeles Free Clinic exemplifies the 
finest qualities of a health care provider through the com- 
passion and dedication of its staff and volunteers; and 

WHEREAS, the Los Angeles Free Clinic has succeeded in 
achieving the daily involvement and concern of the community 
it serves; and 

WHEREAS, the Los Angeles Free Clinic is concerned not 
only with treating illness, but also in promoting good health; 
and 

WHEREAS, the Los Angeles Free Clinic is celebrating its 
5th Annual Roast in order to continue its operation; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and the statutes of the 
State of California, do hereby commend the Los Angeles Free 
Clinic for its continued exemplary service to the medically 
underserved of the City and County of Los Angeles. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 2nd 
day of December 1981 

Governor of California 



TTEST: 





Secretary ofSt^te 



by. 



Ifeputy Secretary of Sta 



State 



ttrintrd in i-ai-Ifornia office of iTATK rMKTlMO 



J^/S" 




a^xccutitic Bepartmcnt 

dtatt of California 



FILED 

OT 1m Msfv of CoHfornlo 

DEC 2 2 19^1 , 

MWH FONQ EU, SKnIary || StKi ) 



PROCLAMATION 




WHEREAS , 



WHEREAS , 



WHEREAS , 



during the last ten years. The Holiday Project 
has enabled 65,000 volunteers to visit 25,000 
institutions nationally and provide gifts, 
food and companionship for the residents in 
these institutions; and 

in California, The Holiday Project expects 
that over 7,500 volunteers from the general 
public will visit over 80 institutions and 
reach more than 58,000 individuals during this 
1981 Hanukkah and Christmas season; and 

The Holiday Project, in the true spirit of 
this special season, offers an organized way 
for individuals to voluntarily give their 
time and their talents for the benefit of the 
less fortunate in our society, and 

WHEREAS, The State of California acknowledges and 

supports the Holiday Project in bringing the 
spirit of the Holidays to those residing in 
its institutions; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California do hereby proclaim Tuesday, 
December 22, 1981 as Holiday Project Day in California. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I 
have hereunto set my 
hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State 
of California to be 
affixed this 22d 
day of December, 1981 




Gove 



or UecemDer, lyai. 
rnor'of California 



Att 




Secretary of Stab^ 

'Deputy^ St. re '.a.:,- •..:• Z...\l» i 



ss-lL 



£xtaitit)t Btpartmtnt 

Start of Califomia 



FIUED 

MARCH nWO W. S«r«tiry of Sti* 



D«pvrty 



EXECUTIVE ORDER 92-81 

WHEREAS, public and P-^ate pe-ion ^-f^; --"unique 
to more than $60 million in California, ^|P^^^.^^,y strength- 
and under-used '^^2°"'^",^^^^^^ innovative investments, while 
rns^rinr^^e'^rolSIlitranS security of the pension system; 

WHEREAS, the I^egislature, recognizing the^^^^^^ 
effects that the prudent and targeted in ^^^ ^^^ial 

and private pension ^'^^'^s can have on tne ^^^ed 
well-being of the State of California, has ^^PP_^^P^^.^ ^.^^.^ 
S400,000 to create and fund a ^^nsiuu . 
the Governor's Office of Planning and Research. 

WHEREAS, pension funds represent the deferred wages 
of millions of working people; 

WHEREAS, the primary -ncern of .ny pension investment 
policy must be to provide for the security 
future retirees of the system; and 

investment policy; 

tive immediately: 

1. There is established an ^^f ^V/- ferorLpr::entr- 
on pension Fund Investments, composed or P 

tives of the working P^^P^^^^.^Jtethe pension 
nia whose deferred wages constitute the pe 

funds; 

The Employees Advisory ;5°;»'^',r,^,"iJ\r,„°»Uf 
S.^?to°„sr:^a'p°L?5:a"lfr.nna resource support 
by the pension Investment Unit. 

Members of the Committee shall serve voluntarily 
and without compensation, but may be rei 

for their reasonable f'^f "f ^f "J.oJed by the Com- 
the Pension Investment Unit if approveu y 

mittee Chair. 




prinlr>l (n < ALiroBNlA 



ornC. or »TATI FMNTIWO 



4. The Employees Advisory Committee on Pension Fund 
Investments shall: 

a) Consider the concerns of the present and future 
participants and retirees of the pension plans 
with respect to investment policy and voice these 
concerns to the Governor and the Pension Invest- 
ment Unit; 

b) Function as the official liaison between the 
Pension Investment Unit and the working and re- 
tired people of the State of California regarding 
pension investment issues; 

c) Make any necessary recommendations to the Pension 
Investment Unit to ensure that the needs and con- 
cerns of the working and retired people of the 
State of California are heeded; 

d) Meet for a period of no longer than one (1) year. 

5. All state agencies, departments and commissions are 
hereby directed to assist and cooperate with the 
Employees Advisory Committee on Pension Fund Invest- 
ments m carrying out their responsibilities. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 30th 
day of December 1981 




Governor of California 
ATTEST: 





Secretary of State 



i-eiLy ot State yy 

Deputy oi/.rw-a. y ^^ ^uTTlT 







i^xtnititit Bepartmtnt 

^tt of Caliromia 



MA^uraiG EU Samtay I 



PROCLAMATION 



-I know that I will lose today and tomorrow will be a 
victory" ~ Lech Walesa, Poland's Solidarity Leader 

WHEREAS, the people of Poland have been working to gain 
the right to free labor association; and 

WHEREAS, the Communist regime in Poland has chosen to 
supress this right to free association through martial law, 
imprisonment and violent force; and 

WHEREAS, the people of Poland have chosen to fight for 
their rights despite suffering severe hardships that have 
resulted in groat physical and mental suffering; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of 
the State of California, do hereby proclaim the day of 
January 3, 1982 to be a DAY OF RECOGNITION for the proud 
people struggling for freedom in Poland. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 31st 
day of Decenter 




Governor of Californial 
Secretary of State 

bv Pjnpij v A Ji^^atp A,^ 

DtfjSjIfly Sourotary'of Stat( 



prinlfd in lAMrnnNi* officb or statk pwntino 



3S/^ 



iJxenitfot Bcpartmcnt 

3tatt of (Ealifomia 



FILED _ 

In Ifi* office af t<w Iwratoiy of $to<« 
of Hi* Slot* oi California 

JAMS - 10P? 

MARCH FONO EU. Swrttaiy of State 

^ Deputy ^ s] 



PROCLAMATIOM 

OK A 

TATE OF EMERGENCY 



1. EDMUND (■;. BROWN JR r 

« '"- .'.... ,„:;„:"""," '" "•" °' ^•"'""'- 

property exU. „UHin U,e Co.nUes of Co ; ^^'"^ °' '^"^""^ "'^ 

S-^« Cruz, and Sono.a. be^nnin. o ' '"^"' ^^" «"-• 

K^ , , beginning on January 2 iqkt 

"--... ..e,.,,„;;::\:: -:-:;^---.«™ ., ... 
"••". -c. c... .„„„, .,„;,i::::- °' '— '-■ '--■ - 

' DIRECT thar a.: 

"^ proi Iam.it ion. 
'N WITNESS WHEREOF I h.. . 
J-nuary. ,9«2, ^'"■forn.a to „e alfi.ed this 5th day of 



I TEST: 





GOVERNOR 



/) (^ "1 






Secretary of St 



ate 



^'t-tnminA 




3S/f 




ExtcutitJt ©tpartmtnt 

<Scatc of eatfomia 



I 



In Ih. offk. of tt.. S«re^ory c( SW. 

rf «„ Stat, of Cal.fornlo PROCLAMATION 

jAMO - m?. ^^ ^ 

MARCH FONG tU, Secretsry of SUto , 

Z-^'jBii^.^-M^i^^'-Ot^ STATF. OF EMERGENCY 



1, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, 
having found that conditions of extren« peril to the safety of persons and 
property exist within the Counties of Alameda, Santa Clara. Solano and 
San Joaquin, beeinning on January 2. 1982. and continuing to present, as a 
result of heavy winds, rains, flooding, and mudslides which, by reason of 
their magnitude, are exceeding the capabilities of the services, personnel. 
equip-ent and facilities of said Counties, and having now been requested by 
the Boards of Supervisors of said Counties. I therefore proclalin the 

existence of a State of Emergency and hereby liuplement the California 

Peacetime Bnergency Plan in the Counties of Alameda. Santa Clara. Folano 

and San Joaquin. 

1 DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible, this proclamation 

be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread 

publicity and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WUEREOF. 1 have hereunto set my hand and caused the 

Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 9th day of 



January, 1982. 




MW^ 



GOVERNOR 



ATTEST: X^XmiJk 



> orrici or tsktm. pkintI 




lant Socrolary of ^tato 



^«o 



^KfutiDc Bepartment 

^tt of (Lilifornja 



... FILED 

■I Hi« office <>< tlw S<Kr«tory ef Stata 

JAN] 1 igajuf" 

MARCHF0N5 EU. S«cr.tary of Stsi 
Deputy 



SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 



I. EDMUND G. BROWN IR r^ 

oKuwiN JR., Governor of Californl 



a. do hereby 



{ Proclal. .„. order U.at a special election shall he held on 

the lUh day of May. 1982. within the 35th Senatorial District 

li of the State, to fill ^u 

j e, fill the vacancy in the office of Member of >. 

Senate from said district 



Senator John V. Brlggs, 



resulting from the resignation of 



IN WITNESS WHEREOr. 1 ,.ve hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
hereto this IJth day of January. 1982. 




J6^JL/ 



£xtcutit)t Btparmicnt 

^tc or California 



FILED 

In fln >m» •» *• *T^ , . 
of Ih. Stow o( Callfarnlo j^ 

JAN 1 3 198JL 

MARCHlONQ.EU, S«refary^li> Statt 

By 




Deputy 



Executive Order B93-82 



WHEREAS, there exists over $30 billion in public 
employee pension funds in California; and 

WHEREAS, the primary source of contributions and the 
ultimate guarantor of the public retirement systems are the 
citizens and taxpayers of the state; and 

WHEREAS, the economy of the State of California is 
fundcunentally sound and expanding; and 

WHEREAS, an increase in the flow of pension capital 
' into productive investment in California will benefit the 
\ state's economy; and 

11 WHEREAS, searching out new and productive investment 
opportunities in the state may increase the return on pension 
portfolios; and 

WHEREAS, in carrying out their fiduciary responsibilities 
pension fund trustees and managers must make the final decisions 
on the viability of investments; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do hereby issue this order to become effective 
immediately: 

1. There is established a Council of Pension 
Trustees and Managers. 

2. The Governor will appoint the Chair. The 
Council will consist of a chief fund manager, 
or designee, and the trustee chair of the 
investment committee, or designee, from major 
California public pension funds. Staff 
support will be provided by the Pension In- 
vestment Unit of the Governor's Office of 
Planning and Research. Members of the 
Council shall serve voluntarily and without 
compensation, but are entitled to reim- 
bursement for reasonable and necessary 
expenses. 

3. The Council of Pension Trustees and Managers 
shall have the following responsibilities: 



■==ii 



PAGE TWO 



- work with the Pension Investment Unit 
to actively consider investments that 
will improve the California economy as 
a secondary objective to providing re- 
tirement income for public employees. 
Only investments that are prudent and 
competitive with other opportunities in 
the marketplace shall be considered. 

- Recommend necessary changes in California 
pension laws and other regulations that 
will encourage such new investments. 

- Issue a final report to the Governor and 
Legislature no later than one year after 
the Council is established. 

The Council is authorized to receive and disburse, 
on behalf of the Governor, federal and other funds 
made available to promote California investment 
policies. 



All state agencies, departments, boards and 
commissions are hereby directed to assist 
and cooperate with the Council of Pension 
Trustees and Managers in carrying out its 
r e spon s ibilities. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 13th 
day of January 1982 





TTEST: 



Seatetarv of State .^^ 




Deputy S^cVotMry cf Stat* 



JS'9.^ 



^xcfutiuc Bcparnnent 

^atc of (LiliTomia 



FILED 

In th* oAk* of «tM lMr««aty rf $M* 
of Mm Stoto oi CalMornio 



MA^H 



JANlii 198? 



;h FONG EU. SKrrtsry of Stat* 

8 i 



PROCLAMATION 



I refuse to accept the idea that man is 
mere flotsam and jetsam in the river of life 
which surrounds him. I refuse to accept the 
view that mankind is so tragically bound to 
the starless midnight of racism and war that 
the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood 
can never become a reality. 

I refuse to accept the cynical notion that 
nation after nation must spiral down a mili- 
taristic stairway into the hell of a thermo- 
nuclear destruction. I believe that unarmed 
truth and unconditional love will have the final 
word in reality. This is why right temporarily 
defeated is stronger than evil triumphant. 

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 
accepting the Nobel 
Peace Prize, 1964 

WHEREAS, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., led the Civil Rights 
movement in this country with a deep and abiding faith in 
the ultimate triumph of freedom for all men and women; and 

WHEREAS, Dr. King spoke with such passion and acted 
with such determination that all America and much of the 
world saw m him the embodiment of the American dream of 
freedom, equality, and justice for all; and 

WHEREAS, the dream of Dr. King lives on today in the 
the world -^and^^ °^ ^^°^^ ^^° struggle to be free throughout 

WHEREAS, the anniversary of his birth is a fitting time 
to commemorate this great American; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of 
the State of California, do hereby proclaim January 15, 1982 
as Martin Luther King Jr. Day in California, and I join all 



Californians in recognizing and reflecting on the many 
contributions Dr. King made to American life and rededicating 
ourselves to working toward the fulfillment of his dream that 
right temporarily defeated is stronger than evil triumphant. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 14th 
day of January 1982 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



lAicixc^ 



' of Sti. 



t6C 



Secretary of Stiate 



■==^ 



ssxz 



ixtcutitiE Btpartmtnt 

^att oT SatforniQ 



PROCLAMATION 



F 1 UED 

MARCH FONQ W, SwrMjiV of Start 



WHEREAS, disabled persons have n,ade significant contri- 
butions to the benefit of mankind; and 

I- _ K^<>n a ^o!irlcr in its commitment 
WHEREAS, California has been ^.J^J^J' initiatives such 

and 

WHEREAS Californians have actively Pa'^ticipated in the 
pron.rt!on of 1?81 as the United Nations sponsored Interna 
tional Year of Disabled Persons; and 

awareness of disabilities; and 

WHEREAS, the climate for public acceptance of disability 
areas has continued to grow; and 

w„BKE*s, full p^^^^i:^ ir7^:i.viii'ivutn} 

potential for independence and self-sufficiency. 

MOW THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of CaliSn?;, do hereby resolve and proclaim: 

1 That the State of California observe 1982 as 
iSe CaUfornia Year of Disabled Persons to 
continue the goals and objectives of 1981- 
In?ernational Year of Disabled Persons. 

2 That the citizens of our state are urged to 
further develop partnerships between the 
orivate sector and public organizations to 
orimote employment and independent living of 
persons wi?h disabilities in the community. 




prtnh^ I- c/o-TO-Hi* o,r.c. or .t.t. rwHTWO 



That these partnerships continue efforts in 
reducing barriers toward persons with disabil- 
ities. 

That efforts continue in the communication of 
abilities and talent of persons with disabili- 
ties. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 16th 
day of January, 1982. 




Governor of Californial 
ATTEST : 



Sec 




m- 



ss-^^ 



FILED 

In the offlc* al th» S«cr«torir of Stot» 



£xccDtit)E Bepartrntnt 

«tatE of (California 



JAN 1 3 1982 

MA^CH FONO EU. Swnuiy of SM* 
By. 



PROCLAMATION 



^ i^^vi/vJL^Uc W 



i^kj^J^ 



WHEREAS, each year more tourists visit California than 
any other state in the nation; and 

WHEREAS, more than 29 million domestic and international 
travellers are attracted here annually to California s 
scenic mountains, wild rivers, exciting cities, verdant 
countryside, and sun-warmed deserts; and 

WHEREAS, California residents have always welcomed those 
who have come from out-of-state to share with them the 
natural and man-made attractions which have made this state 
unique; and 

WHEREAS, travel and tourism in California encompass an 
infinite variety of recreational and leisure activities 
which can be enjoyed by all persons regardless of age, sex, 
culture, physical handicap or income level; and 

WHEREAS, travel and tourism has greatly contributed to 
the strength and vitality of California's economy, produc- 
ing annual receipts of more than $21 billion and supporting 
approximately 487,000 jobs; and 

WHEREAS, this administration supports the efforts of 
the private and public sectors to further develop this in- 
dustry so vital to our State's well-being; 

NOW, THEREFORE I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim the month of May 
1982 as "California Travel and Tourism" month as an expres- 
sion of the interest of all Californians in promoting the 
travel and tourism industry in our state. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 14th 
day of January 1982 





ATTEST: 



W^i\S< -r^'^i ^- 




printM in cai-ifownia €irrirE or ■t*tk pwiktino 



^^as' 



3!ienitit)e Bcpartmcnt 



^a of CaUfomiQ 



FILED 

In riw olllo el Dm Sacrttory af Stota 
•f «w tMM«( MUutai 

JAN .1 3 ^A 

W^H FONQ EU, Ucn\ir4 of State 



EXECUTIVE ORDER « 94-82 



WHEREAS, tourism is one of the leading industries of 
both California and Baja California; and 

WHEREAS, the continued economic strength of California 
and Baja California depends in part on the two state's 
tourism industries; and 

WHEREAS, tourism fosters international goodwill and 
understanding through the interaction of persons from dif- 
ferent cultures and backgrounds; and 

WHEREAS, the delegation to the California/Baja California 
State meeting issued a Resolution calling for the formation 
of a California/Baja California Joint Tourism Develoment 
Council; and 

WHEREAS, there now exists a counterpart council within 
the State of Baja California; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statues of the State 
of California, do hereby issue this order to become effec- 
tive immediately: 



1. There is hereby created the Governor 
Baja California Joint Tourism Counci 
Department of Economic and Business 
the Business, Transportation and Hou 
The California Council members shall 
by the Governor and shall be persons 
serving the needs of the tourism ind 
represent the diversity of geographi 
which comprise California's Tourism 
proximity to Baja California. 



's California/ 
1 under the 
Development in 
sing Agency, 
be appointed 
interested in 
ustry and who 
cal entities 
industry in 




The Council's responsibilities shall include, but 
shall not be limited to: 

the exploration and initiation of programs and 
projects to stimulate tourism in the California/ 
Baja California region, and 

b) the promotion of a greater awareness of the 

beneficial impacts of tourism on the economies 
of both states. 



printed in cai.ii ornia offick of statb nuMTme 



The Council shall meet at least four times each 
yelr California members of the Council shall 
llrle voluntarily and without compensation, but may 
be reimbursed for their necessary expenses by the 
n^rprtor of the Department of Economic and Business 
Seve?opment, who shall have administrative responsi- 
bility for the Council. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 16th 
day of January, 1982. 



oveMo'r of California \ 



ATTEST : 



Secretary of State 




f] 



jr^i^ 




^XEcntioe Btpartmtnt 

^tt of Cadfomia 



PROCLAMATION 



FILED ^ 

of tb« Stat* of Callfornki 

JAN '3 119R? 

MAU:h FONG EU, secretary of ^M 



sons; and 

^^ =ro nrpsented to those entertainers 
„. ™r/!;a5S"%r^tv,'raar"rn"ic»nt contributions 

to their professions; and 

.. 2»ro1^orLr.?U ^:ve".eerrnS.^i"t; S^tn^n^eSn- 
tation of these awards; and 

WHEREAS there are many similarities between the region 
of A™ a^d the State of California; and 

WHEREAS, the Peop- o^^^^P^iJ^^jf, -.i^^-^t^t^arnLnt^""" 
rs^^fl-rinternftirartrieiS^hiraAd understanding; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G Brown J- ^^^-/-"i.f^ ^af 
-Ha-^a^tii^nir^T^tnlt:?^ I V? ^ lUT. T' 

^^^l,^^ rurS^oprthft^^thr ptionshi/we en,o. 
iiil continue to grow in the years ahead. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this ££^^ 
day of January 1982 





Governor 



ATTEST: 



{/II'mA ^M£y "^ 



bv 



Secretary of State 






Late 



prinLd (n r »i.i»oiu«lA orncE or «*" »»n«TIl« 



3^'^ 7 



^xtcutiot ©tpartmtnt 

^rt of (Talifomia 



la Mm offict «( ♦!>• S»<r»tory ||( Stol» 
•f llM tMW •) CalltarnM 

r ■ ■■■ I - Y'.<i?\ 
,H FONQ EU, Sacrttary |l Stat* 



.,zia^ 



DtfMty 



3* 



J 



PROCLAMATION 



"In these great problems of government, 
I try not to forget that what really 
counts at the bottom of it all is that 
the men and women willing to work can 
have a decent job to take care of them- 
selves and their homes and their children 
adequately; that the farmers, the factory 
workers, the storekeeper, the gas station 
man, the manufacturer, the merchant — big 
and small — the banker who takes pride in 
the help he gives to the building of his 
community; that all of these can be sure 
of a reasonable profit and safety for 
the savings they earn — not today nor 
tomorrow alone, but as far ahead as they 
can see." 

Franklin D. Roosevelt 
Radio address to the Nation 
April 14, 1938 

WHEREAS, the lives of all of us, including generations 
of farmers, factory workers, and storekeepers, have been 
enriched by Franklin D. Roosevelt; and 

WHEREAS, Franklin D. Roosevelt led the nation out of 
the Great Depression and through World War II and left as 
his legacy a New Deal for the American people; and 

WHEREAS, Franklin D. Roosevelt recognized the duty of 
government to serve as the champion of the common people of 
America; and 

WHEREAS, Franklin D. Roosevelt recognized the responsi- 
bility of government to protect the economic and social 
security of all people, to invest in the education and the 
enhancement of America's human capital, and to maintain 
America's natural resources; and 

WHEREAS, California has benefitted as much as any state 
by the legacy of Franklin D. Roosevelt through programs for 
work and security, through the creation of more than sixty 
state parks and beaches and other landmarks that distinguish 
our state; 



ntlttd <■ OALBOWIA orrici or tTATS mumao 



NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of 
the State of California, do hereby proclaim 1982 Franklin D. 
Roosevelt Centennial Year and call on the citizens of the 
State to reflect on and celebrate the accomplishments of 
one of our greatest presidents and the lasting improvements 
he has made in the life of the common people of this country. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 30thday 
of January 1982 





WmacHa Tzo^ "^ 

Secretary of Sta^e? 



K 



itf-s.? 



FILED 

•f th* Stat* •( C^Rprnla 



3!xtnirit)t Btpartmtnt 



${3tt of Catfomia 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B 95-82 



MAF;CH FONG EU, SKrtti^ of stall 
b' )ty 



By 



^ 




WHEREAS, California has led the way in encouraging citizen 
participation in state government; and, 

WHEREAS, California has successfully removed artificial 
barriers which have traditionally separated the private sector 
from the public sector; and, 

WHEREAS, the use of private sector skills in the govern- 
mental process will serve to improve government effectiveness 
and establish a better basis for future understanding, commu- 
nication, and cooperation among public and private sector 
individuals; and, 

WHEREAS, only through coordinated action between business 
and government will there be enough talent and imagination 
to meet future challenges; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virture of the power and authority 
vested m me by the Constitution and statutes of the State 
of California, do hereby issue this order to become effective 
immediately: 

1. The Governor's Executive Fellows Program is hereby 
established under the co-sponsorship of the Governor's 
Office and the Business, Transportation and Housing 
Agency. 

2. The purpose of the program is to provide highly talented 
business executives with experience in the operation 

of state government, and to provide state government 
with a better understanding of business. 

3. The Governor will appoint a director of the program 
to operate from within the Governor's Office, with 
resources co-sponsored by the Governor's Office and 
the Business, Transportation and Housing Agency. 

4. The director's duties will be to annually: identify 
significant state assignments for Executive Fellows; 
recruit and place Executive Fellows in those assignments; 
design a meaningful educational component to expose 
Executive Fellows to the operation of all branches 

of state government; and oversee the smooth operation 
of the program. 

5. Executive Fellows will be selected from applicants 
in private businesses, corporations, and educational 
institutions, and will serve in their assignments 

at no expense to the state other than reimbursement 



in CALircmMiA orricK or vtatb 




PAGE 2 



for certain travel expenses. Executive Fellows shall 
not be placed in any civil service position nor shall 
they displace any state employee. 

6. At the completion of the tenure of each class of Execu- 
tive Fellows, a report to the Governor will be made 
outlining the achievements, problems encountered, 
cost-benefit analysis, and recommendations for future 
enhancement and continuation of the program. 

All state agencies, departments and commissions are 
hereby directed to assist and cooperate with the 
director of the program in opening the doors of gov- 
ernment to the Executive Fellows, and to actively 
encourage this partnership. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 3rd 
day of February 1982 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of Spate 



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by. 



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PROCLAMATION 



of Dm StgM <* ColWrnlo 

MARCH fONG fU. Sec^^ of St3t» \| 
Deputy (/| I 



WHEREAS the Challenge of the coming decade will be to 
train oSrp;ople lor the careers of the 1980 's as the new 
tecinoJ^iefof microprocessors, robotics, satellite communi- 
cations and biotechnology sweep across our economy; and 

WHEREAS, it is important to provide job-based training 
leading dir;ctly to employment not only to new students but 
a!so Jo displaced workers and to those who have been thrown 
onto welfare rolls; and 

WHEREAS, the responsibility for providing this training 
falls to our professional educators at every level; and 

WHEREAS, the ability of our schools to provide this 
necessary training requires the support of a coalition of 
government, labor, business and the general public; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby join in observing February 7 13, 
1982 as -vocational Education Week" in this state and ask all 
Californians to join with me in supporting vocational education 
in our schools. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 4th 
day o& February 1982 





Governor of 



ornia 



ATTEST: 



:retary/of State /y 




Sec 




Deputy ^/rutary of State 



fn CAUVOMNIA OFFICK OF ITATM rWIWTIHO 



3 :5^3c:i 



IJxtCDtiot Btpartmtnt 

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FILED 

In Hi* affic* «f tlw Swrclury of Stal* 
of Itw S W »> C atthrnlo 

MUCH FONG [U, Secret 
y Deputy 




PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, crime continues to be a serious problem in the 
nation and California; and 

WHEREAS, without the cooperation of citizens, law enforce- 
ment officers can accomplish little in their efforts to con- 
trol crime; and 

WHEREAS, citizens can do much to make themselves and 
their homes and working places less vulnerable to crime, 
without giving up their rights to live at peace in their 
communities; and 

WHEREAS, the State of California has encouraged crime 
resistance campaigns to make citizens more aware of ways 
they can limit opportunities for crime by becoming partners 
with law enforcement officers to implement proven crime pre- 
vention measures; and 

WHEREAS, block clubs and other neighborhood groups through- 
out the nation and the State have organized to help resist 
crime in their communities; and 

WHEREAS, successful local crime resistance programs in- 
volving citizen volunteers, community leaders and law enforce- 
ment officers need to be publicly recognized so their effective 
methods can be better shared; and 

WHEREAS, California's observance of "Crime Prevention 
Week" will focus public attention on the responsibility of 
all citizens to help combat crime; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State 
of California, do hereby proclaim the week of February 7-13, 
1982, as "Crime Prevention Week" and urge all Californians 
to participate in crime prevention activities. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 4th 
day oft^Febriiary 198i 





Governor ol California 
ATTEST: 

Secretary. of Staie 



in cALiroRNiA orFicB or rr. 





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FILED 



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Sxtcucitit Btpartmtnt 

^tr of CatifomiQ 



PROCLAMATION 



MARCH fONG EU. 
^ ' Deputy 




WHEREAS, it is necessary for all Californians to increase 
their commitment to individual health by following those 
steps which encourage wellness; and 

WHEREAS, the efforts of individual citizens have an im- 
pact on improving the general health of the entire popula- 
tion; and 

WHEREAS, the key elements of wellness include self- 
responsibility, nutritional awareness, stress management, 
environmentcil sensitivity and physical fitness; and 

WHEREAS, a positive approach to wellness will be successful 
only to the extent that people recognize how health mainten- 
ance practices fit into their individual lives; and 

WHEREAS, an organized program promoting wellness through- 
out the state can enhance existing efforts and continue to 
encourage the development of good health practices by pro- 
moting and explaining those methods which best promote well- 
ness; 

NOW, THEREFOKE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby declare the week of February 
21-28, 1982 as California Wellness Week and urge all Califor- 
nians to take this opportunity to participate in those pro- 
grams and practices which encourage wellness in their own 
lives and in the lives of their fellow citizens. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 18th 
day of February 1982 






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Gove 



ATTEST: 



rnor or California 



Secretary of Stpte 



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eputy Scuro\..u-y oi* l^tate 



printrd in CALiroRMiA owwtcm OV WtATU I 



DIRECTION 



FILED 

In Km oRIc* c* !♦>• Swr^tmy «* Slot. 
o( t(w Stat* o( CalHornio 

FEB 19 1982 

MARCH FONG EU, &rcrrt8l> of State 



To the State Treasurer under provisions of The State CoP^BS^e 
Revenue Bond Act of 194 7 (California Education Code Sections 
90010-90080, as amended). 



To The Honorable Jesse M. Unruh, State Treasurer of the State 
of California: 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State 
University, on January 27, 1982, adopted a resolution author- 
izing the issuance of the California State University Housing 
System Revenue Bonds, Series N (herein called the "Supplemental 
Resolution") and said resolution was approved by the State 
Board of Control of the State of California at a meeting duly 
and regularly held on February 2 , 1932; and 

VJHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State 
University, on January 27, 1982, adopted a resolution requesting 
that the State Treasurer be directed to offer said Bonds for 
sale, and to sell the same at private sale to the United States 
of America, acting by and through the Secretary of Education 
(herein called the "Government") , in the parcels and numbers 
set forth in the Loan Agreement referred to in said resolution, 
and said resolution was approved by the State Board of Control 
of the State of California at a meeting duly and regularly held 



on February 2 > 1982; 

NOVJ, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, JR., Governor 
of the State of California, hereby direct that you, as State 
Treasurer, offer said Bonds for sale, and sell the same at 
private sale for cash to the Government, in the parcels and 
numbers and pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth in 
said Loan Agreement and in the Supplemental Resolution. Said 
Bonds to be sold shall be $5,000,000 in aggregate principal 
amount, all dated November 1, 1981, and numbered Nl to NIOOO, 
inclusive. The sale shall take place on such date as you may 
determine, but not later than March 1, 1982. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed 
this 2nd day of PpH. 1982. 




GOVERNOR 



ttest: 




MARCH FONG EU 

SECRETARY OF STATE 



Bv A^^ r A\ <k-{^pJl-' 



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i!itnitiDf Bcpartmcnt 

;B»tateor(Ialirornia 



PROCLAMATION 



FILED 

In Ih* »Hic« of itw Sacratary o« Slet* 
ol Dm &taM at Caliloma 

FEB 33 1982 

MARCH IPNG EU, SwdWf iit SUte 
0«p«fy 



WHEREAS, President Ronald Reagan has designated May 9-15, 1982, as 
"Small Business Week", to commend small businesses for their outstanding 
professional and civic efforts; and 

WHEREAS, 90% of all businesses in California are small businesses; and 

WHEREAS, Over half of California's current employment is in small 
txisinesses; and 

WHEREAS, The economic opportunities provided by California's small 
businesses are a measure of their vital importance to the people of California and 
the nation; and 

WHEREAS, The success of California's small business entrepreneurs is a 
tribute to the American free enterprise system; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, MIKE CURB, Acting Governor of California, do 

hereby proclaim May 9-15,1982 as "California Small Business Week". 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 
hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed. 

Done at the City of Sacramento this 
23rd day of February, 1982. 




y/lc£^Lu. 



IKE CURB 
cting Governor 



TTEST: 



Secretary of State 



"mX^lMW^^l.M.^^td^^t 



in ('Al IKOHNIA OFriCK or tTATB 



3S^9 







^xtcutiot Btpartmtnt 

3tatc tf Cabfomia 



PROCLAMATION 







WHEREAS, trees are an essential, integral P«t of life 
on earth, providing sustenance and shelter to an endless 
variety of creatures, including mankind; and 

WHEREAS, we Calif ornians— with an equable climate and 
dive^ity of landscape-enjoy a tremendous variety of species 
from the stately Redwood to the striking Joshua; and 

WHEREAS, trees help protect and P>^eserve the thin layer 
of topsoil which differentiates fertile, arable land from 
desert; and 

WHEREAS, trees make urban life more pleasant not only 
because of their beauty but also by absorbing noise and 
cleaning the air of pollutants; and 

WHEREAS, economic necessity and common sense require 
that we manage these great natural resources on a renewable 
bat is so thai they flourish in succeeding generations; and 

vmPRFAS it is fitting to recall the words of Arbor 
Day ^S^er'a Sterling M^ton: "Other Holidays Repose 
upon the Past. Arbor Day Proposes for the Future. 

NOW. THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of 
California, do proclaim March 7, 1982 as Arbor Day in 
California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 2nd 
day of March 1982. 




prnor of California 



Governor of Califor'nia 



TTEST : 



WmA 



Secretary of Stat 



)f StatJ 



h. 



ySeorotaryof State 



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<ii cALirunniA orriCB or itate fwntinc 



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iiEcutiut Btpartmtnt 

dcatc or £aliromia 



FILED 

J- officft-jaiJhtt. Sftoatt 
of the Stole of Ccltl 

MA^CH FONG EU, Secretary of 
il DepOty 




EXECUTIVE ORDER 
B 96-82 



WHEREAS it is in the best interest of the State of 
Calif^nia t; assure a fully productive workforce by support- 
ing tSe Conscious pursuit of good physical and emotional 
health; and 

WHEREAS, the cost to the State of illness, absenteeism, 
and disciplinary procedures can be reduced through construc- 
tive measures which also benefit state employees; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., G°^^^"°^ °^„ , .^ 
the Stat; of California, by virtue of the P°""/"J/"J^?^''^y ' 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State 
olcalifornia, do hereby issue this Order to become effective 
immediately. 

1. It shall be the policy of the state to provide 

assistance to employes for the prevention and/or 
reduction of health problems as they relate to 
job performance. 

2 The program to focus the resources of the state 
on health problems as they effect State employees 
shall be called the State Empl oyee Assistance 
Program . 

3 I have designated the Department of Personnel 
Administration as the state agency responsible 
for coordinating implementation of this program. 
The Department of Personnel Administration will: 

Identify those state departments, such as the 

Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, having 
specialized expertise and/or responsibility 
in the various areas of the comprehensive 
Employee Assistance Program. 

— Coordinate the activities of the identified 
departments in the preparation of an Employee 
Assistance program manual to be maintained by 
the Department of Personnel Administration 
and provided to each department's Employee 
Assistance Program Coordinator. 



pHtiird in c»i.irom«iA orrirn or rrATK mtermo 






— Meet and confer with the exclusive representa- 
tives of State employees in an effort to in- 
corporate the Employee Assistance Program 
into the State's collective bargaining agree- 
ments. 

— Assist department directors to: 

a. Develop directives and procedures for 
implementation of the policy. 

b. Select coordinators for the departments 
and merge the Employee Assistance Program 
with existing health care benefit programs. 

The Department of Personnel Administration will 
train coordinators and trainers in each department ■ 
and will develop training for supervisory personnel 
in the fundamentals of Employee Assistance Programs 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 4th day 
of March 1982 




Governor of California 
ATTEST: ^ p 

Secretary of St 

iJoput 




I'ctrfi'^- Ci" Lltuta 



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^XEcntiOt ©tpartmcnt 

^Qtt of (ZsMorm 



FILED 

In <h* Cflkt of rtta Secretary cf SXlf* 
tl riw Stole 0< CaliU Bila 

MARCH FONG eu. SccrcUi 



U Deputy , 



PROCLAMATION 




WHEREAS, agriculture is California's number one 
industry, leading the nation with an estimated $13.2 billion 
in gross cash farm receipts and accounting for thousands 
of related jobs; and 

WHEREAS, the financial and political impact of 
California agriculture extends far beyond the borders 
of our state and significantly affects the entire nation's 
balance of trade; and 

WHEREAS, the hard work and productivity of Califor- 
nia farmers perpetuates our economic stability and vitality 
while simultaneously supplying food and fiber to millions 
of people throughout the world; and 

WHEREAS, California's strong agriculture industry 
will be maintained by increasing Californians understanding 
of how agriculture affects their lives and well-being 
and asking for their support of the state's agriculture 
industry; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor 
of the State of California, do hereby proclaim March 18, 
1982 as "Agriculture Day" in this state and urge all 
Californians to take this opportunity to recognize the 
importance of agriculture in our lives and to thank those 
involved in California's agriculture industry for the 
many contributions they have made to our state and nation. 



■ ^ ^^^ * 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 

hereunto set my hand and 

caused the Great Seal of 

the State of California 

to be affixed this CrL 

day qf March 1982 




Governor of CSlirdrnia 




VTTEST: 



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rHul td In CM-irownA omci or RATm I 



JC5-37 



iJxtcDtitJt Btpartmtnt 

^tt of California 



F I i: E D,^ 

of th« Stol* of Collfornla"-r 

it 

MARCH FONG EU. Secretare of 



, Secretary of 3J™ 



Deputy 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, American women of every race, ^1^^^' ^"^^^^^jj 
backaround helped to found this nation and have been l"gely 
responsible throughout our history for the economic and social 
stability of the United States; and 

WHEREAS, the role of American women in our history has 
been^to a large degree, overlooked and undervalued; and 

WHEREAS it is important to recognize the past contribu- 
tionf of Co;en to our society and to support opportunities 
fi^women ?rSontinue to play an integral role in our coun- 
try's present and future progress; and 

WHEREAS California has been in the forefront in recogniz- 
ing ^e man; contributions of women to our ^^ate and nation 
and has supported a constitutional guarantee of women s rights 
through the Equal Rights Amendment; and 

WHEREAS, a National Women's History Week provides an oppor- 
tunity ^or schools and communities to focus attention on the 
many contributions of women to the United States; and 

WHEREAS, it is important that ^H Calif ornians continue 
to support the active participation of women in the develop 
ment of our culture and society; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim the week of March 7- 
13 1982 as National Women's History Week in this state. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 9th 
day of March 1982 










dOverrMr of Calif<«nia / 



ATTEST: . ^ C 
Secretary of ^tate 



I to cjturoiutiA orricB or ratb 




s^rsw 



^JxEcutitJt ©tpartmtnt 

3tatt of Caliromia 



|« *. offlc. of *• »«tr.*?7 «f *^ 

MAR 1 1 mi 

wm FONG EU, S«cfrtary (if SWi 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B97-82 



WHEREAS, the State General Fund is ^^Pf ^^"f ^^^^sl j^^. 
nificant decline in revenue principally due to a recession 
ary economy; and 

WHEREAS, the State General Fund ^^^Pf -^^^^^^Jp^fi/due 
year are running higher than anticipated, principally due 
to Medi-Cal costs and increased demands for services by 
those impacted by the recession; and 

WHEREAS, the State General Fund is ^j^f ^, j^"f J^^^f 1°"^ 
borrowing to meet cash obligations for the first time in 
nearly a decade; and 

immediately. 

A. All State agencies or departments are prohibited from 

1. hiring any new employees 

2. promoting any existing employees 

3. transferring any existing employees between departments! 

n Pach aaencv or department travel in and out of State 
3ha5l be ?edCced by 10 percent of the amount shown in 
the mid-year revised Budget for 1981-82. 

C NO agency or department may order, lease, or PU-^^hase 
equipment, office supplies, and related expense items. 

D State agencies or departments shall not enter into, 
expend! or amend any consultant or personal services 
contracts. 

E The Regents of the University of California are requested 
to cSrwith the provisions of this Executive Order. 

F. The constitutional separation of powers precludes an 
extension or application of the provisions of this 
Executive Order to the Legislative and Judicial branches 

of government. I invite these ^^ ---^-^-{^flllTsft 
to participate in the endeavor to reduce the costs of 

State Government. 



In CALirURNlA OFFICE OF ITATS 1 




An Advisory Cominittee is established by this Executive 
of ^LT^'^^'"^ °' *^^^ Director of FiLnce, the Director 

?ive Sf?!^er Srthf .r%''°S""' Administration, the Execu- 
tive utticer of the State Personnel Board, the Director 
of General Services and the state Controller or their 
designees. The Committee is given authority by this 
Executive order to mitigate its provisions when it L 
of thr^^^''^ '^! committee to be in the best inJerelt 
Cut noe hf ?• ?! Committee's review shall include 
but not be limited to areas relating to emergency needs 
fire and life safety, law enforcement, revenue proSucina 
activities and 24-hour care facilities. Wherl aooro- ^ 
Ad^fn' ^' l^^^^'^ed by law, the Department ofpeJsonn^l 
Administration will consult with labor organizations 
on the impact of committee directives. ^^"^^^^^^o^s 

The Department of Finance is hereby directed to coor 
dinate the implementation of this Lecut^ve Order and 
to issue the guidelines and instructions It necessary. 

on'j^Iylf 1^82?' '"'' E-cutive Order will terminate 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this llth 
day of March 1982. 





ATTEST : 




D^uty SocroLary (/ir Statt 



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FILED 

In tho cffic* cf th* S*cr«tory of Stata 



UxecDtioc ©tpartmtnt 

3catt of (Ealiromia 



ELECTION PROCLAMATION By 



■ 1 

MARCH FOIiG EU, Secre 



Deputy 



I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, pursuant to Section 2553 of the Elections Code, 
hereby proclaim that the Statewide Direct Primary shall be 
held on the eighth day of June, 1982, at which time such 
state, county, judicial or other offices as are provided 
by law are to be filled at such election. Also, the follow- 
ing measures proposed by the Legislature, together with four 
initiative measures and four referendum measures will be 
submitted to the qualified voters of the State on that date- 




PROPOSITION 1 



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THE NEW PRISON BOND ACT OF 1981. CHAPTER 
273, STATUTES OF 1981. 



PRESIDENT OF SENATE, 
TUTIONAL AMENDMENT. 



LEGISLATIVE CONSTI- 



TAXATION. REAL PROPERTY VALUATION. CHANGE 
IN OWNERSHIP. LEGISLATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL 
AMENDMENT . 

BAIL. LEGISLATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. 

GIFT AND INHERITANCE TAXES (PROPONENT MILLER) . 
INITIATIVE STATUTE. 

GIFT AND INHERITANCE TAXES (PROPONENT ROGERS) . 
INITIATIVE STATUTE. 

INCOME TAX INDEXING. INITIATIVE STATUTE. 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE. INITIATIVE STATUTES AND 
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. 

WATER FACILITIES INCLUDING A PERIPHERAL 
CANAL. REFERENDUM STATUTE. 

REAPPORTIONMENT. CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 
REFERENDUM STATUTE. 




pHntrd In California orricH or statk piuNTtNO 



PROPO SITION 11 REAPPORTIONMENT. SENATE DISTRICTS. 
REFERENDUM STATUTE. 

PROP OSITION 12 REAPPORTIONMENT. ASSEMBLY DISTRICTS. 
REFERENDUM STATUTE. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 
16th day of March, 1982. 





TTEST: •^ Q 

Secretary of State 



3^¥o 



FILED 

III Mm officii of th« S«cr«tary of Sfof* 
■t Mm Mom <rf ColHornlo 



r'S^'f^- 






ixcnitiDc Btpartmcnt 

3utc of (Litfomia 



WMQiMM%SSi, Secretsnt of Stat» 
Deputy 



SPECIAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of California, do 
hereby proclaim and order that a special election shall 
be held on the 13th day of July, 1982, within the 30th 
Congressional District of the State, to fill the vacancy 
in the office of Member of Congress from said district 
resulting from the resignation of Congressman George E. 
Danielson. The primary for the special election shall be 
held on the 8th day of June, 1982. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed hereto this 17th day of March, 1982. 




Governor 
ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 




c^d,^ ./^.c^.j:^ 



Deputy L-uji-;...r, y o^' UtatJ 



J'j'^/ 



FILED 

In the officii ol fh« itcrthiry of SM» 
of ttw Stcrt* of Co'tforrlo 



3£xenitii)c Btpartnicnt 



^cjtt or (Dliromia 

EXECUTIVE ORDER #B99-82 



MARCH FONG EU, Secretary of St* 
Deputy 



I 



WHEREAS, the State of California has great concern for 
the health of its citizens and the well-being of its 
livestock industry and wildlife populations that share our 
rangelands; and 

WHEREAS, predator control methods and materials now being 
proposed by the Department of Interior and the U.S. 
Environmental Protection Agency may have an impact upon 
these concerns; 

WHEREAS, the public has had limited opportunity to 
review, assess and comment on current predator control 
programs, and 

WHEREAS, there is some disagreement among ex' erts as to 
the need and safety of current predator control programs in 
California; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, pursuant to the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State 
of California, do hereby establish the California 
Vertebrate Pest Control Task Force to become effective 
immediately: 

1. The Vertebrate Pest Control Task Force is created 
consisting of seven members: three members 
representing public and wildlife interests, three 
members representing agricultural interest and a Task 
Force Chair to be designated by the Governor. 

2. The Task Force shall meet at the direction of its 
Chair to undertake the following responsibilities: 

review the scientific literature on predator 
control methods and materials 

solicit public comment from interested parties on 
all aspects of predator control in California 

review existing state predator control methods 
and materials in regard to their effectiveness, 
impact on public health, the environment and 
wildlife population and the availability and 
extent of use of alternative control methods 

review the new federal predator control proposals 
in light of California's current programs and 
assess their usefulness and potential impact on 
the livestock industry as well as other values 
associated with California range resources 






K31 



The Task Force shall submit a preliminary report 
to the Governor and Legislature by April 15, 1982, 
and a final report no later than December 1, l^s^' 
with its recommendations for any changes in the 
current programs the Task Force finds necessary. 

3. Members of the Task Force shall serve without 
compensation, but may be reimbursed by the Office o£ 
Planning and Research for their necessary expenses if 
approved in advance by the Director. The Office shall 
provide any staff support necessary for the Task 
Force. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 12th 
day of March, 1982. 





over nor of California 



ATTEST: 



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^xtnitioc Bfpartmtnt 

^atc of (Lilifornia 



^^ FILED 

MAR 3 1 1982 

MMCH RM 04 SmMm K SMi 



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t 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-100-82 



report and reco«,<..„datlo„s on iu„ri7°'iJ|J°'^»f"i"'=d its 

WHEREAS, the Task Foro • 
thereafter enacted in Chanf-^re^Q'?^-'°!^,''^'^°™"®"'^^tions were 
the Statutes of 198? one o? f h ^ ' ^^^' "^' ^^^ ^^^ 941 of 
drunk driving legi°lat?SS in th'e' na^^ionra^nT^"''"^ ^^'^'^^^^ °f 

WHEREAS, the Task p^v-^^ 
Single state agency^^xth'^res^on's'rbm??? ''" designation of a 
efforts of all state agencies Sfv^n^^ to coordinate the 
problem of driving undir tSe infT. ^ jurisdiction over the 
an advisory group^omposed of ;oca^lL'"^''" appointment of 

to co^at the problem^^^^^L:- Jndef ^Jf Lf 10^^^^"^"^ ^"-- 

State oT6aL"L\\^L^r',Jvf,^-r„^- Brown ^^ ' -Pernor of the ' 
by the constitution 'an^ sJatutos of th^^'t^^f''^ ^^^^-'^ i" ^- 

lli^"^^^^^"^ this executive order ?o l^^"" °^ California, 
immediately: v.ui.ivt. oraer to become effective 



1. 



o" lt'lTrlcl^To\ th "r""' """^ -"posed 
Vehicles, Alclhol fnrt n ""'^"'"ents of MoEor 
Calitornia H"S°i/Jf °'"^'"^°5"ma. the 

re-.'- ^^S'd=^L-K°Le°i £ S f ""-" 
sprwo ao ^1 . ""wci trie inriuence 

coJplra^i^n'I^o;;^?!:""'" '° increase"?he 
with jurisSi^S in th?r°"' P"'''^" ^^^"^i«« 

o^raT?ro"sa1:;; -i jj- ^ -e^S?^L-^ 
Without oo^pensa^ion'^L^-^-rS^-iiLl^'S 



PAGE TWO 



their necessary travel expenses, sub:)ect 
to prior approval by the Office, from 
existing funds within the participating 
departments and agencies. 

The California Highway Patrol shall, with 
the assistance of the advisory council, 
coordinate the various efforts of all 
state departments and agencies having 
jurisdiction over the problem of driving 
under the influence and shall serve as 
liaison with all local agencies and offi- 
cials with responsibilities in this area. 

All other state agencies responsible to 
the Governor are directed, and all other 
public entities are requested, to assist 
the California Highway Patrol and the 
advisory council in discharging their 
responsibi lities . 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set ray hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 28th day of 
March, 1982. 



ikh^'^ 



Governor of California 



rTEST: ^ n 




Deputy 



State 



js-^i* 



£xtnitit)t Btpartmtnt 

^tc of Cfltfoinia 




PROCLAMATION 



APR6-19R2 ' 



including housing; and 

WHEREAS, th. "■>i«^."''"\";|rj=a'p?lvt»iSL'aesTg«a 

WKE«E«, C,Ufo.jU ..a ea.ue. e„acted^the^Ra„fora^^ 

rn'hoS^inrLLTa o"„ i'.": "coto., "ancestry, national o..,.n. 
or teligion; and 

WHEREAS, the Department of Fair Employment and Housing^_ 
has renewed its vigorous effort to enforce these^^^ ^, ^^^^.^^ 
i;;i r.rn"^i:!i'p.:-\r:eri"af wf^tfconce^nea groups through- 
out cali£otnia: 

NOW THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., W""""' % , 
tne s?^U™f calitirnia ^o hereby proca.» »|-^,-,/thL 

L°c:^ron''°a;;a";o",t.Le"ti p?:^^f t^trs^s^m, in t.i, .t.te 

and nation. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this jth. 
day of April 1982. 




Governor ot California 



ATTEST : 



14'' "' v ^A \7js*e\ W^ 



Secretary of State 



Duj^ty j^ci 



'^i^j>^ 



ai-y oi'/pinte 



<it c«M»o«mA orricE or «tate »«>■■—* 



Jsf-^^ 



i^xtcDtiDt Btpartmtnt 

^tt of Caliromia 



APR6- 198? 

MMffiM ram EU, UKMW^ff «•«• 



o«p»i»y 



C? 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, volunteerism in California is a growing force 
which contributes to the vitality and health of this great 
state; and 

WHEREAS, this Administration's early commitment to citi- 
zen participation in government resulted in the establishment 
of a state Office of Volunteerism; and 

WHEREAS, over 500,000 citizens from California Sta'-.e 
government participate in direct volunteer service to others; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby take great pride in once 
again recognizing the humanitarian efforts of over 6,000,00 
Californians by declaring the week of April 18 - 24, 1982 
as California Volunteer Week and I urge all citizens to 
renew their commitment to participating in the volunteer 
activities of their communities and government. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 4th 
day of Jlpcll 1982. 




Governor of California \ 



ATTEST: 



lecretary of Stat 



\JUU 



Secretary 

Dejoajtv Socrotary ot/f^tntn 



pHntcfi in CALirtiRNiA orFtcK or statb rRiNTiNu 



J.5V-*" 




l^xecotiot Btpartmtnt 

^tt of Caliromig 



PROCLAMATION 



FILED 

of til* SMv Of CofWornto ^^ 

APR 1 5 198? J 
MARCH nwo EU, iMntiry tf 

DafMly 



resources necessary to treat ui ^h?™o f , ^^ medical 

severely i.pai.ed ?/:;„t"yL,";e"Jr? a1s??o1ld'J ^^a """^ ^ 

interdependent transoortatlon ™ ■ Ij" "' 'destroying the 
resources tn,t Prov!d^'t'^r?-„S:no„"'°ri^";,rfo:!:?;"'=„a 

"r:EHS^^ n,'?^^r-x"o^ - -„-i. 
Ur^'^^^^^ °^ s:ar":aVii-iri'L" 

infoISed^of'the iJr as^ofnu;!''"' ''' "'^'^""^ ^^ ^^"- 
participate in ef^-Al ^ ^^-^t ^ciea? ^^^^^^^'^ 

non-^o?uf'non-p;?tisIn "^^"^ ' .=°°^^i"ated by Ground Zero, a 

effort to es?:SlL'h'rpCbl c SuJoo^e'con^"^"""'' ^" important 
ces of nuclear war thron^i , .°^ .'^°""'^"'"5 '^^^e consequen- 
based discussion a,;de;uca?ion^f°"\'''^ P-^"^"" °f community- 
citizens about nu?rLrwar:°rltr;?::en^?:;r ^'"^^'^"^ 

State°of Suo?nf: '^ T"^^ ^^ ^'^^^ ^«- ' G°v-^"or of the 
25 iqft? « ir ^ ° hereby proclaim the week of April IH- 

^3, 1982 as "Ground Zero Week" in fhio =k = ^« j «priJ. 18- 

.''^1'^!.'° ^°'" -"^ i"^'- obseriance! ' "'"' "'' 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California to 
be affixed this 14th day of 
April 1982 ^ 





iJj 



.A f^^ 

Governor of California C^ 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of state 



(n cALironniA orrici or itate riuMTiNO 



DopuLy ■' 



CLi-et,,;- 



State 



J*-*^ 






^Pxtnitivie ©epartmtnt 

^tatt of California 



FILED 

APR 1 5 1982. 

MARCH RMO EU. SKntey W SMi 
Dapvty 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, notwithstanding a decline last year in the 
number of violent crimes committed in California, crime 
continues to be a serious problem facing the citizens of 
this State; and 

WHEREAS, it is essential to our continued fight against 
crime for victims and witnesses to actively participate in 
the administration of justice; and 

WHEREAS, too often victims and witnesses feel overlooked 
by the criminal justice system in its efforts to apprehend, 
prosecute and punish criminal offenders; and 

WHEREAS, justice demands that we formally recognize the 
rights of victims, among which are the right to respect and 
simple courtesy from all officials in the criminal justice 
system, the right to restitution from offenders, the right 
to compensation for personal injuries, the right as witnesses 
to be protected from harassment or retribution, the right to 
be heard and considered in sentencing decisions and the 
right to be informed of the final disposition of the case; and 

WHEREAS, the official observance of "Victims' Rights 
Week" provides an opportunity to recognize the major strides 
we have made in the fight against crime and our heightened 
respect for the rights and needs of crime victim and witnesses; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim April 19, through 
April 25, 1982, as "Victims' Rights Week" in the State of 
California , 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereuntOj 
set my hand and caused the Great I 
Seal of the State of California '! 
ixed this _ 14th day 
'2. 






Gov^pioq/ of talitDynTa 

ATTEST ,.,^-,^V -/;>,^ ^ 
Secretary of State! 




Deputy l;(j.ji-o(,cuv oj" rXati 



v^>^V7 



3JjcnitiDt Btpartmtnt 

^tt of Catifomia 



•I Mm IM* ol Callfof* 

APR 1 6 19821 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, there are more than three and one-half million 
Californians who have reached the age of sixtyj and 

WHEREAS, the contributions of these senior citizens through- 
out their lives have made possible the quality of life we 
enjoy today; and 

WHEREAS, older Californians impart to their children and 
their children's children knowledge, wisdom, and social values; 
and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate to call attention to the contin- 
uing contributions of seniors and to resolve to ensure that 
they enjoy rewarding, dignified lives; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim May 1982 as Older 
Californians Month, 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 15th 
day of April 1982 




ATTEST : 



TEST : ^ Q 

W^uJIa Aha ^ 

Secretary of Sxate 



>x y iHflkAjiU^ / / 




"Di^uty Socrotary o/y State 



M^h.! 



printrd in cALiroiiniA orricM or itatm fwhtimo 



j^>r 



DIRE C T I N 



FItiED 

In Hw offiw •? nw itu ilury •» Pw* 
•f Km MM* •( CalHonila 

APR?. J^ 1982 

;H FONQ EU, SKTtUry ol SMI 



MAKH 



To the State Treasurer under provisions of The State 
Revenue Bond Act of 1947 (California Education Code 
Sections 90010-90080, as amended). 






To The Honorable Jesse M. Unruh, State Treasurer of the State 
of California: 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State 
University, on March 24, 1982, adopted a resolution 
authorizing the issuance of the California State University 
Housing System Revenue Bonds, Series P (herein called the 
"Supplemental Resolution") and said resolution was approved 
by the State Board of Control of the State of California at a 
meeting duly and regularly held on April 6, 1982; and 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State 
University, on March 24, 1982, adopted a resolution 
requesting that the State Treasurer be directed to offer said 
Bonds for sale, and to sell the same at private sale to the 
United States of America, acting by and through the Secretary 
of Education (herein called the "Government"), m the parcels 
and numbers set forth in the Loan Agreement referred to in 
said resolution, and said resolution was approved by the 
State Board of Control of the State of California at a 
meeting duly and regularly held on April 6, 1982; 



NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, JR., Governor 
of the State of California, hereby direct that you, as State 
Treasurer, offer said Bonds for sale, and sell the same at 
private sale for cash to the Government, in the parcels and 
numbers and pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth in 
said Loan Agreement and in the Supplemental Resolution. Said 
Bonds to be sold shall be $1,140,000 in aggregate principal 
amount, all dated November 1, 1981, and numbered PI to P228, 
inclusive. The sale shall take place on such date as you may 
determine, but not later than June 1, 1982. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this ^4f, day of April, 1982. 





STATE 



SECRETARY OF 






t^U. 



3s¥? 



^XECutioc Bepartment 

^tatc of (Lihfomia 



FILED ^ 

of llw Stotf d ColHemto 

APR2 11982 

IMRCH FONO EU, Swrataty of Stilt 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, the oldest health practitioner in the world 
may be the midwife, and midwives deliver the majority of the 
world's babies; and 

WHEREAS, there is a growing demand and need for mid- 
wifery services in the United States and in California; and 

WHEREAS, a new breed of midwife has been emerging in 
the United States over the past 50 years and is licensed in 
California as a Certified Nurse Midwife; and 

WHEREAS, Certified Nurse Midwives are specialists in 
the normal birth process; and 

WHEREAS, in addition to aiding the mother during normal 
delivery, nurse midwives advise expectant mothers in all 
areas of prenatal care including nutrition, as well as post- 
partum family care; and 

WHEREAS, the record of Certified Nurse Midwives in 
reducing infant mortality is outstanding and the need for 
their services has never been greater; and 

WHEREAS, there is a need to further recognize and 
encourage the unique contribution nurse midwives have made to 
the health of the people of California; 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT I, Edmund G. Brown 
Jr., Governor of the State of California, do hereby proclaim 
the week of April 19-26, 1982, as "Nurse Midwifery Week" in 
this state and urge all Californians to join me in its 
observance. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 20th day 
of April 1982. 




overnor'of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of SI 




FILED J^^<» 



l^xecotiot Btpartmtnt 

^tc of CColiromia 



APR?. 11982 




PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



1, EIIMUNI) (;. BROWN JR., Governor of the State ot California, 
having found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons 
and property exist within the County of Orange beginning on April 21, 
1*^82, and continuing to tlie present as a result of strong winds and 
raging fire which, hy reason of their magnitude, are exceeding the 
capabilities of the services, personnel, equipment and facilities of 
said county and liaving now been requested by the Board of Supervisors of 
said county, I, therefore, proclaim the existence of a State of 
Emergency and hereby implement the California Peacetime Emergency Plan 
In the County ol Orange. 

1 DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible, this proclamation 
be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread 
pulilicity and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State ol California to be affixed this 21st day of 
April, 1482. 




GOVERNOR / 



i'TEST: 



Secretary of State 






r n 



JvPUi.,'' LiC. 



tnHnted in CAi.iponr«iA OFricK or BTATK pniNTtNO 



3^^/ 



aExtmtivic Btpartmcnt 

^att of dahfomia 



PROCLAMATION 



FILED 

APR 221982 

HfWI fONG fU, Sxr:.:ry t.1 Slal: 



History is our interpretation of past ^^^nts One of the 
darkest periods in world history took place m 1915 with the 
aarKest pej.i'-'va v,,ic m-iiiion Armenians. It has oeen 

massacre of one and °"e-half million Armeni ^^^^^^ to 

lowed to be repeated. 

n.^ c:t-;,i-<- Assembly resolved that one day be set 

tJr:.l"X^'i^c\ S^^^isf vti"rce°a„. tv»„„y in an, fo^. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 22nd 
day of April 1982 

Governor of California \ 



ATTEST :^^J^ CJ^ ^ 
of State* 



Secretary 



Deputy' Sc .rov^.ry or «^cate 




3^£'ZL 



T 



l^xtnitiDt Bepartmtnt 

^tt of daasmm 



•• Wn VMM w fw ■WfWIfy •» Imm 

MAY 3 - 198? 
MAMH FONO EU, keMwr of SIfto 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, the sun sustains life on earth and is the princi- 
pal source of energy available to humanity; and 

WHEREAS, solar energy is available in many forms, among 
which are direct applications for heating buildings and water, 
aiS fueJiood^ ^n^ hydrologic cycle, biomass (including alcohol 
and fuelwood), and the use of photovoltaics to produce electri- 
city; and 

.hio*^!'*^^^' ^^}^^ energy in its manifold forms provides reli- 
able, sustainable, and indigenous sources of energy; and 

oi..^*^^'^^^^' ?"?''5y conservation and renewable energy technolo- 
liZn wMnh°'?ri"1 °5 ^"°'^' ^""-P^tible with the na?Jral systems 
S« of o ^'^^ depends, and responsible to the specific 
needs of energy consumers; and 

ro«o!!!?o^^^^' "^-^ efficient energy use and renewable energy 
nltu?al aar\h'^^i^''^ expensive foreign and domestic oil and 
L'nJ^^uf^As'of^dori^Jsra'nd"' °" ^"^'^^^ ^^^""^^^^ ^"'^ "^"^ 

WHEREAS, the production and utilization of solar energy 
Drov?di°iAh« ^f ^^i economic returns to American industry and 
provide :obs for American workers, thereby strengthening the 
economic base of the nation, state, and local communuJes; and 

WHEREAS, energy conservation and renewable energy sources 
present our best alternatives for safe and dependable energy 
supplies over the long term; and >"aDi.e energy 



a IS 






printed in calipohnia opficb or statc rmumMQ 






N0«. THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWS ™- ' ^f"";' "'i^j! 



s 

as "Sun Day 

me in its observance 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 3rd day 
of May 1982. 

Governor of California 



ATTEST 




m' 



F 1 1: F D^^ 



IJxtciititJt Bcpartmtnt 

^tr of Cdtfomia 



MAY 4 - 1982 



\ 



|||MmFOmEU,^ntinfa^SMi ] 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, the Mexican people on May 5, 1862 won a great 
victory over those who ruled their land; and 

WHEREAS, this triumph hastened the day when Mexico could 
call itself a free and independent nation; and 

WHEREAS, the Mexican people, through this struggle, forged 
a common bond with the people of the United States who likewise 
successfully resisted Old World domination; and 

WHEREAS, Californians — through history, culture, language, 
music, architecture--enjoy an especially close union with the 
Mexican people; and 

WHEREAS, Mexican-Americans in California, who continue to 
contribute to the well-being of our state, hold this date to 
be particularly significant; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby proclaim May 5 as Cinco de Mayo and urge 
Californians to celebrate the rich, colorful Mexican heritage 
in our state. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 5th 
day of May 1982. 




rretary of St 



Sect 



5tate 







k.0 



printrd in t'AI.IPORNIA orriCB op (TATS pmNTlMO 



3if 



r 



IJxtcDdDt ©tpartmtnt 

^ct of CaliromiQ 



FILED 

It 4HHS Ot^'WV ■HMM^r afl VMM 

MAY 3 - 198^ 

CH RWQ EU, S«cnUry M SMi 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, the franchise method of marketing has proven 
eminently successful in the aiding of small business people, 
the stimulating of economies, and the distributing of a 
variety of goods and services; and 

WHEREAS, franchising — which accounts for more than one- 
third of all California retail sales — spans more than 40 
industries and directly employs 460,000 people in California; 
and 

WHEREAS, franchising represents one of our nation's 
strongest economic institutions, with franchised businesses 
currently enjoying a success rate of better than 95 percent; 
and 

WHEREAS, franchising has enabled hundreds of Americans to 
fulfill their dreams of owning their own businesses and will 
continue to provide economic opportunity to people of all 
classes and backgrounds; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of 
California, proclaim May 4, 1982 as California Franchise Day. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 3rd 
day of May 1982 






Governor of California 
ATTEST: ^ p 

Secretary of St« 



I 






Deputy LcA'oLai-y lj2 Giate 



iJxecDtitic Bepartment 

^att of CaUromia 



EXECUTIVE ORDER BIO 1-82 



Cali?I!rn^^^: minorities and women are an integral part of the 
California business community; and 

ar»;.!^,^'*^'^^' '"^'"^«" °f the minority groups and women are 
?:Ufornia"f"nr"'^^^^"'^' ^" ''^ ""^^ °^ ^^^^ bu^Jnes^^in 

^«ni:!?!!^^^^^'-^w^^"®^^^^ °""^<' by minorities and women are 
womeirwnf :xoaSr?h'\' '"'^"'•^"^ """ed by minorities and 
produce an entrepreneurial spirit within tSos^^^mmunitle's'; 

orth"^i!^or^°ty%n^d°^Se;^oS"L3^°.e1f— ;- 

State°of Sff^r'"'^' ': '^^''"""^ ^' ^'°-^ J-" Governor of the 
vested fn mi h^K^V^^ ''^''^"^ °^ '^h^ P°"" and authority 




FIUE 

•( Ik* Km oi r "- '^ 

' MAYS 
mw ram eu, stcrttwy br swt 



BytZ^ 




Frtmwf <n CALiromiA orricx or wtat* Ptatnmo 



r n 



3. 



PAGE 2 



that report a breakdown by sex and ethnic identifica- 
tion, and the establishment of equitable goals for 
participation of small and minority and women owned 
businesses in state procurement and in contracts 
with the Office of the State Architect. 

The Governor's Small Business Advisory Council shal] 
review these administrative reports and provide recc 
mendations to the Governor. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 5th 
day of May 1982. 




ATTEST : 




Governor of Californi 



:retary of St 



Sect 



State 



^7_l>^J^iCJ./fi 





JL^A'C 



r 



IJxecDtit)t Btpartmtnt 

jSC3tt of eatromia 



PROCLAMATION 



FICElf 

a( Hw IM* •« CaHfernb 

MAYS- 1982*! 

MMKH RMQ EU, SMritiry «^ Stata 



WHEREAS, the Chinese people have contributed greatly to 
the development of California and the nation; and 

WHEREAS, they were denied the right to enjoy the rewards 
of their hard work as builders of America by the unjust Chinese 
Exclusion Act of 1882; and 

WHEREAS, this Act banned Chinese workers from entering 
the United States and further served to reduce the Chinese 
population in the United States; and 

WHEREAS, the Chinese people were subjected to undue hard- 
ships in detention centers; and 

WHEREAS, the purpose of America is to be one nation, un- 
divided with life, liberty and justice for all; and 

WHEREAS, we must recognize this dark period in American 
history as one not to be repeated; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown, Jr., Governor of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby proclaim May 6, the 100th anniversary of 
the Chinese Exclusion Act, as a "Day To Observe The Strength 
And Determination Of The Chinese People" in overcoming the 
obstacles so unjustly placed before them in their efforts to 
make this state and this nation a better place to live. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 5th 
day of May 1982 




IMAM. 

Governor of California ^ 



pHnlsd in CAt.iro«u«iA orricB or vtatb pmntimo 



ATTEST: 

\Aa.:i\cI!a Awa^ tio 

Secretary of State 




sS^^iry 



i^xtntiDt Btpartment 

3tacc of Cdtfomia 



FICED 

•I iIm SMK ol ColHon*-' 

MAY 6- 1982 i| 

MMCH FOm EU, 8«nrt»ty ol State 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, commuters in ever-greater numbers have discovered 
that bicycles provide an enjoyable alternative; and 

WHEREAS, a bike ride to work is not only invigorating, 
but also economical and non-polluting; and 

WHEREAS, bicycling is to be encouraged, especially in 
these times of high energy costs and congested roads; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate to recognize the many benefits 
of bicycling; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby proclaim April 30 as Bike to Work Day and 
May as California Bike Month. Further, I hope that this observ- 
ance will lead many first-time bicycle commuters to adopt 
this healthy form of transportation. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 5th 
day of May 1982. 




ATTEST : 



Secretary of State 



r 



m- 



■//SLata 




p Hm Hd im CALirowdA otfics or itatb numiMa 



c?^^ 



IJxcnititiE ©epartmtnt 

^tt of dalirornia 



Of IRO WOW Of WOflTOfMVf 

MAY 1 2 1982 ' 

MARCH FDNG EU, Stcnim«rSliH 
D^Nrty 



lARCH I 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, as an integral part of our free enterprise system, 
small businesses play a vital role in sustaining the economic 
strength of our state and Nation; and 

WHEREAS, California has thousands of small businesses 
providing a variety of goods and services and emplovinq 
several million workers; and <r ^ ^ 

WHEREAS, small businesses have traditionally been able to 
Offer innovation and diversity to the economic structure, and 
in recent years this innovative spirit has helped our St4te 
to remain on the cutting edge of technological progress; and 

WHEREAS, as small businesses continue to create entreoeneur- 
lal opportunities, they will also open new job marke?s;"nd 

climr?r!M;h^^Ji^°'"'^'^"'^'"^ committed to a strong business 
r-ilTl \ ^^^""^ existing and new small businesses to 

compete and succeed in the free market; 

fr.rJlT'J^^l^'^^^^' ^' ^^""•^^ ^- BROWN JR., Governor of Cali- 
Smln^Bustnls^ S^ef '''" ''' "^^' °' "^^ '' '''' ^ California 



r 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed .his 12th 
day of May 1982. 



Governor of California 
ATTEST: 



lr,A^(^A AlM.\ ^-^ 



U- 



Secretary of State 






.■■; :;.,ci'L. I,:.; .,• of Stnte 



printed in CALiroRNiA nrpiTK or state printing 



3^£'^ 



^ 






^xcnitiDc ©epartment 

3tJtc or Califomia 



MAY ] Z mi 

MMjCHFONOEUlSKratiiy^Slito 



D.p«y 






PROCLAMATION 

OF 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 

I. Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of the State of 
California, having been informed of a catastrophic failure 
which occurred on April 7, 1982 to the Caldecott Tunnel, 
a section of Route 24, 6.2 miles east of Oakland in the 
Counties of Alameda and Contra Costa, State of California, 
hereby proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency in 
the Counties of Alameda and Contra Costa, within the 
meaning of Section 125. Title 23, United States Code. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to 
be affixed. 



Done at the City of Sacramento this /^.^ day of 



May, 1982 




Governor' of C?alif6rnia 



ATTEST: 





Secretary of State 



>'--<-^ KikuljL 



Dqtfutv Cocrcjtni-: 




m 



3^C^> 



l^xtcutiot Btparcment 

^tt of Catifomia 



of Hw IMM •( CalttarnI* 

MAY 1 Z 1982J 
MMCH ram EU, Sten^fy d Stite 



J 



Daputy 



PROCLAMATION 




Twenty years ago, President John F. Kennedy signed a bill 
into law which proclaimed that May 15 of each year would be 
observed as a day of mourning for those peace officers who had 
been killed in the line of duty. I am pleased to join in the 
observance of this National Peace Officers Memorial Day. 

Today's observance offers an opportunity to pay tribute 
not only to those who have given their lives to protect the 
citizens of this country - but also to those who stand ready 
to make the same sacrifice. It is appropriate that in 
observance of this day, peace officers across the country 
will place memorial tape over their badges, the symbol of the 
peace profession. As Winston Churchill once said, "With 
this shield, however the fates may play, we march always in 
the ranks of honor." 

I hope that the citizens of this state will join me in 
this observance and take this opportunity to recognize the 
many services that have been rendered to their communities by 
peace officers. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 12th 
day of May 1982. 





Governor of California 
ATTEST: 

retary of gt 



Sec 



}tate 



^7i^!!!^m,LJi^^^_ 



pHnttd (n CALiroRNiA officb ow n-ATi nuNrmo 




J^C^ 



^xtnitioc Bepartmcnt 

<;5utc of CJlifomiQ 



FILED 

In riw oMn of itM SKratafy << SM* 
a( Itw Stat* of CoWernl* 

MAY 1 8 1982 t 

I EU, S«ci)|tary of sW 



eyi 



, Stcntary of Stit 



O^Mty 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, 1982 is the centennial of the signing of the 
"Treaty of Peace, Amity, Commerce and Navigation" which in- 
augurated a long and close relationship between the people of 
Korea and the United States; and 

WHEREAS, this occasion will be commemorated with exhibi- 
tions, performances, academic seminars, conferences and various 
other events in this county and in Korea; and 

WHEREAS, the first diplomatic delegation to the United 
States arrived in San Francisco, thus giving Californians a 
special role in the relationship between these two countries; 
and 

WHEREAS, the accomplishments of the Korean people have 
reached all areas of our state's development and enriched our 
cultural diversity; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the 
State of California do hereby join in observing 1982 as the 
Year of American-Korean friendship and hope that all Califor- 
nians, where possible, will take part in the many activities 
that have been planned in celebration of this anniversary. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 17th 
day of May 1982. 




/) 



Gov^rnoi of Califlbrnia 
ATTEST : 

Secretary of Statj 







:'c-r.- 



■ ...t,0 



^^C:2^ 



^j^cnitiDc Btparnnent 

;i6tatc of (California proclamation 



FILED 

In nw oMm of Hw 99cfMa^ of Slolo 
of t<w SlaM of CrlHornia 

=— MAY 1 8 1982 o-i 

MMKiMWIp EU, SKnON of sj^ 



D^Mly 



I 



orglnizati^nswnf convene in l^craLn^o^T ^"""r"!- ^^^^^^^ 
recognition of the proqreL m;,^rhr^K "^"""^ ^' ^^^2, in 
past 13 years; and ^'^"^''^^^ "'^'^^ ^y these programs in the 

Cali?Srnif Heaf^h^'centfrs^^A^'" Consortium; Association of 
Health Centers fnc?A^oA ^^^°^^^tion of California Rural 

Of LOS Angeles'; CaJiforn ^^^'^0^? on'^ol p"' ^^^-^^y Clinics 
inc.; California Rural Health P^H^r^^ Primary Care Clinics, 
Union of Primary Car^. r!?Tf ^^^^^ration, Inc.; California 
coalition Of OrLge co,^?^'^c°';;j' "'m'".k"^'"" <^o.noiX. Inc.; 
ciation of community HeSi^h centers, ^^nn'" ^^li^^-^^ia Asso- 
Community Clinics- and w^^forn » ' • " °^^^° Council of 
Centers/inc i"; as their mSifobi^^''^" ll ^""-"-^y Health 
implementation of health olan^^n^^"'^ ^^^ promotion and 
prove the Physical and emSJionalhea[?rr^ designed to im- 
conditions of communities^s^^rJe^ bylhe^e-^rg^anJ^-tL^n-^f '^ 

State°^f c™i?L'rnfa 'do'heT^ "' ^^?^" ^^ ' ^^"-^ °f the 
munity HeauJ Day t^ Caufornia^'anH'^"" ^""T I' ^^^^ ^^ C^"" 
tions for their com^un?ty snir?t dJ ^^^ ^^^^^ organiza- 
working towards making tLaiLl^bfuJ^oH' f2^ interest in 
for every Californian. availability of health care a reality 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 17th 
day of May 1982. 





fornia 



ATTEST : 

Secretary of State 




opaty :r...rotaiv 0/ Jtuto" 



ss<^^ 



IJxecntitJt Btpartmcnt 

^tt of Cafifomia 



In iha oMm •( «))• ItcMMnr alii** 

MAY 2 4 1982 

MARCH row H». 8«l?<»'> »• ^ i 



Dapuly 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, public works department employees touch our lives 
daily as they carry out their responsibilities by cleaning 
and maintaining our roads and streets, maintaining our public 
buildings, collecting and disposing our refuse, removing snow 
and ice from our roads and maintaining our public transporta- 
tion facilities; and 

WHEREAS, the health, safety and comfort of the people of 
California depends, in large part, on the ability of public 
works employees to perform their jobs with competence and 
efficiency; and 

WHEREAS, public works officials also play an important 
role in the planning, design and construction of public facil- 
ities; and 

WHEREAS, it is important for all citizens to realize the 
importance that public works employees play in protecting our 
health and well-being; and 

WHEREAS, the American Public Works Association, in conjunc- 
tion with several other organizations, has sought to increase 
community awareness and support of the valuable services which 
members of their organization provide to the people of this 
country; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim May 23-29, 1982 as 
National Public Works Week in California and urge all the 
citizens of this state to join with me in recognizing the 
contributions which public works employees make to our every 
day lives and in saluting them for a job well done. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 24th 
day of May 1982. 






5vernor of California 
ATTEST: 

Secretary of State 

in CAUironNiA office or btatb rmiNTwa 

Deputy iJtijroLury oi Ltate 





3^C^ 



i^XECDtitJC ©tpartmcnt 

^att of California 



,MAY2 71982 

Ati^^o-doekJl 
»M«CH raw EU Siwrtii, 



PROCLAMATION 




WHEREAS, Women in Film was founded for the purpose of 
encouraging women to become active in the motion picture indus- 
try and contribute their special creativity to this medium; 
and 

WHEREAS, women in ever increasing numbers have become 
active participants in this industry as writers, producers, 
directors and as major forces in all other elements of film 
1 production; and 

WHEREAS, films are enjoying increased popularity because 
they not only entertain us but also give us an opportunity to 
better understand ourselves and the world in which we live; 
and 

WHEREAS, the motion picture industry has always been of 
particular importance and significance to California and her 
citizens; and 

WHEREAS, the Women in Film organization is holding its 
Sixth Annual Crystal Awards Luncheon on June 4, 1982; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim June 4, 1982 as Women 
in Film Day and take this opportunity to salute all those 
women who are active in the film industry for the positive 
contributions they have made to our state and nation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 26th 
day of May 1982. 




^i^^*W 



Governor of Cal 
ATTEST : 



ifornia I 



Secretary of State 
^yiAiiy Gouretafy 



y of Stats 



3S^^ 




3Fxtcuntic Bepartmtnt 

^tatt of (talifonua 



MARCH RJNQ EU, 8«;r«t»h( ol St* \ 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, over one-fifth of the FRA. branches ana one-frtth 
of ifs S4rs are locatea in calrforn,., ana 

.he™s!ura^rn^rasrt"n=rnr;u.nr.rrr,. 

Marines, and Coast Guard; and 

WHEREAS, the 55th FRA National Convention and the^Ladies,_ 
^^ r.1ar^le5o^rA;;^rsno-tL^o:jS%epte..er I, 1982, 

.OW, THEREFORE, I, HDMUNOG BROWN ^^H., Gove--^of the 

State of California ^° ^^^f ^^.^^J^"^^ August 30 to September 1 
convention-goers and ^oin in o^^ervi ^ "^ • 
as Fleet Reserve Association Days in Calitornia 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 

hereunto set my hand and 

caused the Great Seal of 

the State of California 

to be affixed this 21st 

day of June 1982 




Governor of California 



ATTEST : 



Secretary of *State 



^^ D^pi-y secretary of Jitaie 



r -1 




^tatr of (Talifuruia 

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE 

• ACRAMCNTO 95614 



EDMUND G BROWN Jn 

GOVtRNOR 



3^<^C> 



FICED 

In *» tmn t» *» Utmtmf of State 
of tU Stal* of CaNfernki 

MAY 2 6 1982 

MARCH F0N6 EU, Swntjty of Stfli 
D»poty~" ~~ 



TO: 



FROM: 



Secretary of State 

Controller of the State of California 

Treasurer of the State of California 

Director of the State Department of Social Services 

Director of Finance 

EDMUND G, BROWN JR., GOVERNOR 



tionrcodf and'''" '/' ^'"^ ' '''"'"'°" ' °^ ^""^ "«^f^- ^-'^ institu- 

?of''..K^'^K^^^*'^ ^^^ qualified to receive Federal assistance 
IZ. f^ above-mentioned program and has not been no?J?fed 
that further payment of such Federal assistance will not be 
made because of failure of this State to comply with thl 
requirements of the Federal legislation? anJ^^ ^^^ 

That Federal assistance needed by this State for the entire 
fiscal quarter for the above-mentioned program has not been 



You are, therefore, authorized and dirocted to do all the things 
necessary to accomplish the intent and purpose of said Chapter 1 
of Part 6 of Division 9 of the Welfare and Institutions Code. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 26th 
day of May 1982. 




EDMUND G 
GOVERNOR 



3S^7 



3PxcnitiV)C Bcpartmcnt 

3tatt of Cahfomia 



F 1 U E D 

MARCH fONQ tU, S«:fttiry |lf SWt 
_ ^ 

By — 



4 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS the Yeshiva Ohr Elchonon Chabad Campus will be 
dedi^tS f; tJe nLe and memory of Esther Sarah Deutsch on 
June 27, 1982; and 

WHEREAS, Esther Sarah Deutsch lived a life of Moving 
kindnesrtoward others and her husband, Naftali, and their 
ctnSren !ho are continuing in her footsteps and honoring her 
name; and 

WHFREAS Yeshiva Ohr Elchonon Chabad, accredited by the 
West^n^slociI?iin of Colleges and the Bureau of Jewish Edu- 
ction? pJov^des the highest quality of Jewish and secular 
Vacation from nurseries through rabbinical college, regard- 
less of a student's financial ability to pay; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim "J"^"^.", 1982 to be 
yeshiva Ohr Elchonon Chabad Day m appreciation °f ^he excep 
tilnal quality of education in the Judaic and secular fields. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 23rd 
day of June 1982 





ATTEST: 

Secretary of State 



Pe^ty Secretary of/State 



^d^(^^ 



^Pxecutiot Bcpartmcnt 

State or Califomia 



FILED 

h Ik* •Me* gl Mm Uctmry <^ S*"** 
=" or «» Stati of CoW^fnlo 

JUL .1 - 1^2 

M^CH FONG EU, Secret^ of SMa 

Dantrtv ' n 



Daputy 



PROCLAMATION 
MAINTENANCE WORKER SAFETY AWARENESS MONTH 



WHEREAS, Caltrans highway maintenance workers maintain 
and rehabilitate California's 16,000 miles of State highways; 
and 

WHEREAS, our highway maintenance workers are dedicated 
public servants who play a vital role in making California's 
highway system the finest in the nation; and 

WHEREAS, maintenance workers daily risk their lives to 
restore storm-damaged roads and to clear snow and debris from 
busy highways; and 

WHEREAS, highway maintenance work often can be dangerous 
due to motorist error and inattention; and 

WHEREAS, eighteen Caltrans maintenance and construction 
workers have been hit and killed by motorists in the past 10 
years and hundreds of maintenance workers have been seriously 
injured during that same period; and 

WHEREAS, drivers can help reduce "close calls" and 
accidents by being more alert to the presence of Caltrans 
maintenance workers; 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Month of July be 
proclaimed Highway Maintenance Worker Safety Month and that 
California's driving public be urged to drive through highway 
maintenance work sites safely and cautiously. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 30th 
day of June 1982 




tM 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



lAiaA6(!\ -rwA 



Doputw^ijocrolary of Sjtqfte 




'J 



5t3te 



J^^? 



^xcnitiDc Bcpartmcnt 

^tJtr of £jlifomia 



.''•'•ED 
JUL 13 1982 

WWC'IfOSGlU. 4.-;-:.:.'t:il?<; 



PROCLAMATION P. ^/^ (^ a //"/^^ ATti 



^ 



Oc^jly 



T"^ 



WHEREAS, on July 16, 1769, Father Junipero Serra 
established Mission San Diego Alcala, the first mission 
in California and the first European settlement on the 
West Coast of America; and 

WHEREAS, this mission was the birthplace of San 
Diego, "America's Finest City"; and 

WHEREAS, San Diego has always been steeped in 
Spanish heritage as noted by its sister affiliation 
with Alcala De Henares, Spain, which was settled by the 
Romans in 200 B.C.: and 

WHEREAS, the historical roots of California begin 
with the Mission San Diego Alcala: 

NOW, THEREFORE, I EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of 
California, hereby proclaim July 16, 1982 to be a day of 
joyous celebration commemorating California's historical 
birthday and the work of Spanish missionaries who did so 
much to settle California over 200 years ago. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of 
California to be affixed 
this 13th day of July 
1982. 




Governor of Calif orn 



ATTEST : 



Secretary of State! 



Dep^r^TsTcT^tipTTpir^ST* 



3<S"?o 



T 



FICED 

_|« the Offlc 0« *• 8»mtory o» SW* 



JUL '^,01^31^ 



ifxtcutitit Bepartment 

^tt of CabTomiQ 



MAgCH FONG EU, Sicretatii of State j 



By 




Deputy ,1 (j 



PROCLAMATION 



I. EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, having 
found conditions of extreme peril no longer exist which threaten the safety 
of persons and property, and. further finding local authorities are now able 
CO cope with the situation, therefore, proclaim the State of Emergency previ- 
ously proclaimed on the following dates and in the following jurisdictions 
no longer exists, effective immediately. 



February 19, 1980 

Septenber 30, 1980 
November 18, 1980 

November 25, 1980 
June 24, 1981 
January 5, 1982 

January 9, 1982 

April 21. 1982 



•-.'-^^ 




ATTEST 



Secretary of State 



County of Riverside (rains, flooding and 
mudslides). This county was not previously 
terminated due to continuing problems at 
Lake Elslnore. 

County of San Joaquin (Jones Tract levee break). 

Counties of Los Angeles, Orange and Riverside 
(Major fires). 

County of San Bernardino (Major fires). 

County of Napa (Major brush fire). 

Counties of Contra Costa, Humboldt. Marin, 

San Mateo, Santa Cruz, and Sonoma (Heavy winds, 

rains, flooding and mudslides). 

Counties of Alameda, Santa Clara, Solano and 
San Joaquin (Heavy winds, rains, flooding and 
mudslides) . 

County of Orange (Strong winds and raging fire). 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 15th d ay 
of July , A.D. nineteen 
hundred and eight-two. 



Deputy Secretary of /Sfcate 



ptinied in < Al.iroRNtA orriCB or tTATB 



D I R E C T I O N 



FILED 

In fh. «fflc« el *• S«r««ory of $t<rt« 
of th* Slot* of Collforrla 

JUL?. 9 1332 

MARCH FONG EU, Stcretary of State 



V Deoii 



Deputy 




TO the State Treasurer under provisions of The State College 
Revenue Bond Act of 1947 (California Education Code 
Sections 90010-90080, as amended). 



To The Honorable Jesse M. Unruh. State Treasurer of the State 

of California: 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State 
university, on July 14, 1982, adopted a resolution 
authorizing the issuance of the California State University 
Housing System Revenue Bonds, Series Q (herein called the 
-supplemental Resolution") and said resolution was approved 
by the state Board of Control of the State of California at a 
meeting duly and regularly held on July 19, 19 82; and 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of the California State 
University, on July 14, 1982, adopted a resolution requesting 
that the State Treasurer be directed to offer said Bonds for 
sale, and to sell the same at private sale to the United 
States of America, acting by and through the Secretary of 
Education (herein called the "Government"), in the parcels 
and numbers set forth in the Loan Agreement referred to in 
said resolution, and said resolution was approved by the 
State Board of Control of the State of California at a 
meeting duly and regularly held on July 19, 19 82; 



NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN, JR., Governor 
of the State of California, hereby direct that you, as State 
Treasurer, offer said Bonds for sale, and sell the same at 
private sale for cash to the Government, in the parcels and 
numbers and pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth in 
said Loan Agreement and in the Supplemental Resolution. Said 
Bonds to be sold shall be $555,000 in aggregate principal 
amount, all dated November 1, 1981, and numbered Ql to QUI, 
inclusive. The sale shall take place on such date as you may 
determine, but not later than September 1, 1982. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this 21st day of July, 1982. 





GOVERNOR 



SECRETARY OF ^TATE 



By JPAlpn^. k J^^^^-'' jA-^ -^ 



3^7-^ 



BExccuttoe Btpartment 

;^tc of <Lilifonua 



In th* one* of ttw S»cr»t of Stat* 
ai th* Stal« a< Coll '<> 

AURO - 19c 

:H FONG EU, Sec^aril of j^tats 
aviju 



By. 



^ 



Deputy 



PROCLAMATION 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of Califor- 
nia, do hereby proclaim that a General Election will be held 
throughout this state on Tuesday, the second day of November, 
1982, at which the followinq offices are to be filled: 

GOVERNOR ; 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR; 

SECRETARY OF STATE; 

CONTROLLER; 

TREASURER; 

ATTORNEY GENERAL; 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION; 

MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION from each of 
the four equalization districts of the state; 

ONE UNITED STATES SENATOR; 

REPRESENTATIVES TO THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES from 
each of the forty-five congressional districts of the state; 

STATE SENATORS from the even numbered districts of the 
forty senatorial districts of the state; 

MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY from each of the eighty assembly 
districts of the state; 

FOUR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST APPELLATE 
DISTRICT, DIVISION ONE; 

ONE ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST APPELLATE 
DISTRICT, DIVISION ONE; 

ONE PRESIDING JUSTICE, COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST APPELLATE 
DISTRICT, DIVISION TWO; 

TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST APPELLATE 
DISTRICT DIVISION TWO; 





PAGE TWO 



DISTS;?T:'^fi?^?S.^S^^ ^-- - — ' --T APPELLATE 
DISTR?CT:'Sv;sIoN'T^J^?^ ^"""^^ °^ ^^^^^^' "«^- ----^ATE 

oisTi??T:'^?s;ji^.^^SRf '' ^^""^^ °^ ^^^^^^' "•^^^ -"--ATE 

OIStJ??t?'KSJ^IL^S;'''' ^""'^^ °^ ^^^^^^' ^-^°- -"--ATE 
DISTR?CT:'o?i?^;SN^"S;''' '^^'^^ °^ '^^^^^^' ^-^°-^ A"--ATE 
DISTR??T:'D?vlsIoN';SSr''' "^"'^^ °^ ^^^^-^' ^^^^^ -"--ATE 
DISTrJS! S?v?s;S;\hREE ;''"'' ^^"^^ °^ '^^^^-^' ^^^^^^ APPELLATE 
DISTR??T:'D?i?^?^.^^^;;f ' ^°"«^ °^ APPEAL, SECOND APPELLATE 

DIST^^T^'oJvJsISN'pOulf '' "^^^^^ °" '^"^^^' ^-^^'^'^ APPELLATE 
DISTR??T:'ofi?^?^N'pfJ^f ' ^°"^" °^ '^^^^-^' S-^^'^^ APPELLATE 
DIVI^Sn'^f??^!''''" '^"^^^^-S, court of appeal, SECOND DISTRICT, 
DIStJJS; ^^^°^^-^- JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, THIRD APPELLATE 

DIStJ???! oTvTslol\mT"'''''' '°"'^ °' "''"'^"' "^^'^^^ APPELLATE 
DISTR?CT:'Dfi?^;SN'TWO;'"' "^^^^^ "'^ '^"^-^' -°"«-« APPELLATE 
DIStJ?S! DW^slS^TWO;""'"' "^"^^ °^ '^"^-^' ^^"'^^H APPELLATE 
DISTR???f ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, COURT OF APPEAL, FIFTH APPELLATE 



PAGE THREE 



JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT IN VARIOUS COUNTIES AS CFRTT 
FIED BY THE SECRETARY OF STATE; ^UUNIIES AS CERTI- 



fhor^^?;-^"''^ "''''^' ^^^^^' ^"""ty and judicial district, or 
ther offices as are provided by law to be filled at such 

^ c Vi* %. X cjn ■ 



H^ .\ It T proclaim that at such election there will also 
be submitted to the vote of the electors such proposed cons?i- 
measur^J amendments, questions, propositions aSd initiaJJ^e 
:nd'la:s o? ?hL*^I?aJ:!' '° '^ '° ^"'"'^"^^ ^^ '^^ constitution 

H,w I '^"'^'^^^•^ P-^oclaim that there shall be held on the same 
day and consolidated with such General Election those special 
elections called by the Legislature and that there shall Se 
elect on thos''" "°'" f '"^^ electors as such conloRdated 
Ir^^^l ? ■ \^''u^°''^^ constitutional amendments and other 

?ed^2r^H°"^ "^'''^ \^^ Legislature has directed to be submit- 
ted at those special elections. ouumxt 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 9th 
day of August 1982 

Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of Stat« 



rTTT^ 




Deputy Socnfet'ary o'f State 



s^7^ 



FILED 



^Ttm Stoh'dJ'Csfi 



iPxtnitiot Btpartmcnt 

^tc or (Libfomia 



AUG 1 '': 'l98J 

M^H F0N6 EU, S^rt^iryll 

f 




iylMiC^L 



PROCLAMATION 



"No Ban is an island. . .every man's death diminishes me." 



WHEREAS, the very word veteran means experience; and 

WHEREAS, it has been the experience of California veterans 
that nothinq of significance was ever accomplished without 
unity; and 

WHEREAS, 9.8 million citizens served during the Vietnam 
Conflict; and 

WHEREAS, 6.8 million citizens served during the Korean 
Conflict; and 

WHEREAS, 16.5 million citizens served during World War 
II; and 

WHEREAS, 4.7 million citizens served during World War I; 
•nd 

WHEREAS, 392,000 citizens served during the Spanish Ameri- 
can War; and 

WHEREAS, 3.9 million citizens served during the Civil 
War, the Indian Wars, the Mexican Wars, the War of 1812, and 
American Revolution; and 

WHEREAS, the collective contributions of these Americans' 
efforts and alleqience to the changing needs of their Nation 
also had a significant effect on their widows, orphans, and 
surviving family members; and 

WHEREAS, of the over 42 million American Citizens who 
have served their country in uniform, 30 million survive in 
this nation and 3.3 million are now citizens of the State of 
California; and 

WHEREAS, despite the devastating effects of war, many of 
these courageous men and women served in unity through experi- 
ences of intense conflict, survived, honed leadership skills, 
and forged personal bonds of immeasurable value; and 

WHEREAS, a great number also incurred lifetime disabili- 
ties or died in service to our Nation; and 

WHEREAS, some were Prisoners of War or continue to be 
Missing in Action, and 

WHEREAS, the majority have returned and successfully re- 
joined and contributed to the community of life; and 



:\m 



PAGE TWO 



WHEREAS, these men and women share a common bond of having 
answered their Nation's call to serve and did so loyally, 
with valor and will never forget the indelible effects of 
war; and 

WHEREAS, reflection upon this strength of common experience 
has rekindled the veteran's sense of duty and leadership; and 

WHEREAS, November 11 is traditionally known as Veterans 
Day; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim the month of November 
1982 as "Veterans Call to Unity Month", a call to unity of 
all California citizens by the veterans who have contributed 
greatly to the security and welfare of the nation and of the 
State of California particularly, and urge all Californians — 
citizens, veterans, and veterans groups alike — to work toward 
common goals, benefits, and recognition through the events 
and celebrations commemorating this period. 



"...therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; 
it tolls for thee." 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this I7th 
day of August 1982 




ATTEST: 



Secretary of State.^ 




Doputy Li jCrotai'Y ci' 



s3^?i^ 



3Extnitit)c Btpartmcnt 

^atc or (Dtfomio 



FILED 

In rti» offic* of *• S«cr«tofy of Sloto 
^ lU %nt» nf fajWaio 



PROCLAMATION 



MAM;h FOtJG EU. S«cret2iii of Stite I 



"Educated men are as much superior 
to uneducated men as the living 
are to the dead." Aristotle 

WHEREAS, higher education greatly broadens the personal 
horizons of people and improves their minds; and 

WHEREAS, in addition to enriching lives, institutions of 
higher learning train our young people for the economic chal- 
lenges which lie ahead; and 

WHEREAS, those challenges involve such vital, expanding 
fields as computers and robotics where foreign competition is 
stiff; and 

WHEREAS, this requires colleges and universities to place 
greater emphasis on mathematics, engineering, computers, and 
the sciences; and 

WHEREAS, the Council for Advancement and Support of Educa- 
tion is sponsoring Higher Education Week, with the appropriate 
theme of "America's Energy is Mindpower"; and 

WHEREAS, this observance can enhance general awareness of 
the responsibilities of institutions of higher learning and, 
in turn, lead to greater support for them; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the 
State of California, in recognition of the crucial role of 
colleges and universities in our nation's future economic and 
social well-being, proclaim October 2-9 as Higher Education 
Week. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 




to be affixed 
day. 



this 



17th 
1982 



Governor of California 



ATTEST : 



Secretary of Stat 




Deputy Secretary of State 



3^^-^ 






In «h« offic. o« Hm S«cr«tary oi S^JW 



^pjccutiDt Bepartmcnt 

Rotate of California 



M^ FONG EU, SKJ|8t«ni ot State 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, organized labor has always endeavored to maintain 
and improve good working conditions and wage standards for 
American workers; and 

WHEREAS, labor's distinctive emblems of quality craftsman- 
ship and service are Union Labels, Shop Cards, Store Cards 
and Service Buttons; and 

WHEREAS, the Union Label and Service Trades Department, 
AFL-CIO, each year sponsors UNION LABEL WEEK to salute these 
hallmarks that are uniquely American. 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby join in observing the week of 
September 6 through 11, 1982 as UNION LABEL WEEK and call upon 
all citizens to support the products and services identified 
by the Union Label, Shop Card, Store Card and Service Button. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 24th 
day ,of August 1982 





ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 




Deputy SeareVary of r.t,at,3 



>3S'?<^ 



,. '^ I L E D 

In rtie effin of Mm S«cr>icry of Stat* 
et lU Stat* of California 




^xtcutiDt Bcpartmcnt 

State of Cjlifomia 

PROCLAMATION 

Amendment, guaranUei™ .S^L rh"""^ "" '»'"'" " '»^ '"h 
Of the united S?a":"?„:?TtCtio^,"'„5' " ""^- '^"""^ f"' 

tH.rs?s r?:.rL',ara"i'Ls-iir,%„-jij-^- — 

dedicated to ut^.^woSln' f„%°'^ ft? ^'^J";!^ ?S^J?"?„\t t 
nil ala?c:?erto°%h'fr^L'al:^"" e,^,!!?^^^ ^flctiS^tL^^ 

- septe»be, 1, ^SS^'ar-U^L^'^s-E^; ?;:/S:er"a\d°^'*t'''r " 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 25th 
day of August 1982 




^4 4^ 

Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of state 



Do^ty Secrotary of/^ate 



34-77 



l;V)= 



i^xtnitioe Btpartmtnt 

^tc or California 



. .. F" I L^ E D 

In ilw one. «f «h. S««h,ry o» Stat* 
•• *• »•■•• O^ t^llfornto 

PROCLAMATION )[ 
OF A 

STATK OK i:ni:k(;i:n( Y 




'. KDMIINI, <;. HKOWN .)K.. ,;overnor ol the State ot Calltornia 
have found that conditions o, extreme peril to the sniety o. persons and 
property exist within , ho County o, San ..oaquin as a result ot levee 
failure which he«an at approximately 6:00 a.nn. August 23, 1982 on 
McDonald Tract. Because the magnitude ot this disaster exceeds ' the 
capab.lities ot services, personnel, equipment and tacilities ot said 
county, and having heen requested by the Board o. Supervisors ot said 
county. I therelore proclaim the existence ol 
hereby implement the Calitornia I'eacet i 
ot San Joacjuin. 



a State ot Emergency and 
ne Kmergency I' Ian in the County 



I IHKECT that as soon herealter as possible, this proclamation 
be tiled in the 01. ice ol the Secretary o, State and that widespread 
publicity and notice he given lo this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOE. t have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal ot the State ot Calitornia to be aM ixed this 24th day of 
August, 1982. 



A. A A 





COVKRNOK 



ATTEST 



Secretary of State 



3Sn 



3JxecutiDc Bcpartmcnt 

State of California 



SEP20t98 

jof SUto 



SEP2 01982 

MAVH nW Ol StcrtteJof 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, the rich heritage of the Indian people has 
always offered strength and vitality to our society; and 

WHEREAS, we can all learn from the customs of American 
Indians— their arts and crafts, their legends and myths, 
their dances and songs; and 

WHEREAS, California has the largest Indian population 
of any state in the Union; and 

WHEREAS, it is appropriate to set aside some time to 
reflect upon the long history of American Indians and the 
enduring value of their culture; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of 
the State of California, do hereby proclaim September 24, 
1982 to be American Indian Day in California, 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 19th 
day of September 1982 




ATTEST: 

Secretary of fftate 







3S^^ 






StP2 3l93e 



9PxtcutiV)C Bcpartment 

State of California 




PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, the vietna. e.a covered over a decade, and 
WHBRB.S, approximately 2,700.000 Orleans served rn 
Southeast Asia; and 

^EREAS. approximately 300,000 of these veterans .o. 
reside in California; and 

,«,ERB.S, their service entailed ,reat sacrifices and 
courage; and 

^EKEAS, a National ?»-",-,^;f rer.^r"-u;"l^82, 
rn"h^nortni"rrcJ,n!tron l."t?^re'.ho served, and 

«„EREAS, Cllforni, owes a debt ot ,ratit>.de to these 
brave men and women; 

.OW, THEKEPORE, I -MONO -^B-W.aR., ^Governor ^of the^^ 
State of California, do hereby P^°Ji« California and urge 
as -salute to Vietnam ^^^^^^^"^^^7 supporting those events 
^^^ ^f rrisstsUnrve e;rns%o'par??cipate in the National 
directed at assis>>.i"y 
Salute in Washington, D.c. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 22nd 
day of September 1982 



GoV/rn'br of California 




3SFo 



F I C E D 



SFP2 3m? 



r. 1 



^xtcutioe Bepartmtnt 

l^it or CJltfomia 



IMRCHFOMEU 
J D 



PROCLAMATION 

OK A 

STATE OF FMERGENCY 



I, EDMUND C, BROWN JR., Governor of the State of California, 
have tound that conditions ot extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property exist within the County ot Inyo as a result of heavy rains and 
flooding commencing on Septemher 23, 1482. Because the magnitude of this 
disaster exceeds the capabilities ot services, personnel, equipment and 
taci lilies ot sai<l County, and having now been requested by the Board of 
Supervisors ol said County, I therefore proclaim the existence of a 
State ot Emergency and hereby implement the California Peacetime 
Emergency Plan in the County ol Inyo. 

I DIRECT that as soon hore.illor as possible, this proclamation 
be tiled in the 01 I ice ot the Secretary ol State and that widespread 
publicity and notice l>e given to this proclamation. 



iUli 



T 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal ot the State ol Calilornia to be affixed this 27th day ot 
September, r»H2. 





"'Ul«A6& ItoC^ U>U 



Secretary ot State 



I'y t/^^iWAc^ f\ Sk^.A.i\Jii^ 




3^^f 




of tiM SKI1« of CoWornlo 

0CT5 - 1# 

;H fOHO tU, Swntini at SW« 



^xtcutiot Bepartment 

;5utc of (DbTomia 



Deputy i (J 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, in order to help thorn move freely and safely 
from place to place, most blind people use white canes; 
and 

WHEREAS, white canes symbolize the determination of 
the blind to gain greater independence and to participate 
more fully in society; and 

WHEREAS, California law prohibits discrimination against 
the blind in housing, travel, employment, and use of public 
places; and 

WHEREAS, we must continue to strive to eliminate the 
remaining social barriers that hinder the progress of blind 
people; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim October 15, 1982 
as White Cane Safety Day and urge all citizens to dedicate 
themselves to enhancing opportunities for the blind people 
in our society. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 2nd 
day of October 1982 




Go 




ATTEST : 



V'^y^A ^y^ ^ 




^^ 



ro::uty Cc^r/triry cf ."+• 



33Sa^ 






iJxtcutttJt Btpartment 

;5utc of (Dlifonua 



FILED 

liilti* ollle* oi «lw tanMnrjf 

of iW WsW 



OCT 6- 1982 

F0N6EU,S«I 



MMM F0N6 EU, S«c^ 




PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, domestic violence is one of the largest con- 
tributors to violent crime committed in California; and 

WHEREAS, domestic violence results in approximately 
40% of all assaults and yet is America's most under- 
reported crime; and 

WHEREAS, the tragedy of domestic violence extends far 
beyond the lives of the immediate victims to the lives of 
children; and 

WHEREAS, the over 100 shelters for battered women and 
their children and Domestic Violence Programs of California 
annually assist approximately 120,000 battered women and 
shelter over 24,000 victims and their children; and 

WHEREAS, California's Domestic Violence Workers, often 
on volunteer time, train, and educate over 140,000 service 
providers annually; and 

WHEREAS, the California Alliance Against Domestic Vio- 
lence, the statewide organization representing the shelters 
and domestic violence programs, has provided outstanding 
leadership in the field of state legislation and the educa- 
tion of the Legislature; and 

WHEREAS, domestic violence will only be combatted by 
continued public education, increased services for battered 
women and their children, strengthened criminal justice 
response to domestic violence offenders, and increased 
legal protection for victims; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of 
the State of California, do hereby commend the Domestic 
Violence Workers, the Shelters for Battered Women and their 
Children, Domestic Violence Programs statewide, and the 
California Alliance Against Domestic Violence for their 



y- 



PAGE 2 



«f r^tTfornia do hereby proclaim the week of October 10- 
U ?982 Is D^MESTI? VIOLENCE AWARENESS WEEK in the State 
if'califo?nia and urge all citizens to Dom in this effort. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 6th 
day of October 1982 




Governor of California 



ATTEST : 

Secretary of State'^ 




Doputy nojn'ot.nrv of ^t-itR 



i^xcnitiot Bepartment 

dtatt of California 



J15^^ 



FILED 

In Id* atk* of Dm SMTdory «( SM* 
•( liw SMi oi CaMorata 

OCT 8- mt 

o*f*f 1 



IttKH! 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, cooperatives provide an alternative method of 
procuring needed goods and services; and 

WHEREAS, countless Californians enjoy such co-op bene- 
fits as lower prices while their efforts also build more 
closely knit communities; and 

WHEREAS, those who work to strengthen California co- 
ops and thereby serve their fellow citizens are to be com- 
mended for their endeavors; and 

WHEREAS, The California Department of Consumer Affairs 
recognizes the value of cooperatives and provides technical 
assistance to co-op organizations; and 

WHEREAS, the California Co-operative Federation is hold- 
ing its ninth annual conference in Santa Cruz on October 
15 and 16; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of 
the State of California, do hereby proclaim October to be 
Co-op Month in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 6th 
day of October 1982 




Governor of California 



/L_ 



ATTEST : 



By. 



Secretary of State 



^ 



Htu. 



DojlUty Socrotary of State 



1 



FILED 

li *• «ffi<» of riw SKratoir <* 9M* 
•I ttw SM* «l ColWornia 



OCT 1^1982 

At^;45o'dod. Pi 
— ' hiACH Wte EU Secretaiy o 

PROCLAMAT^N AOQ< i |V , ^g 



OF A 



STATE OF EMER 






..W^ 



r5e1^ 



3!xtnitit)f fJtpartment 

^att of (Dltfomia 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of 
California, find that as a result of high wii .s and 
fires beginning on October 8, 1982, causing loss of 
public and private property, a condition of extreme 
peril' has arisen and now exists in the Counties of 
Los Angeles, Orange and Ventura within the State of 
California. Because the magnitude of this disaster 
exceeds the capabilities of the services, personnel 
and facilities of the affected Counties, and having 
been requested by the Board of Supervisors, I hereby 
proclaim a State of Emergency to exist in the Counties 
of Los Angeles, Orange and Ventura. 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible, this 
proclamation be filed in the Office of the Secretary 
of State and that widespread publicity and notice be 
given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to 
be affixed this 10th day of October, 1982. 



of StofsH 



0j^f^ 



A 



governor 



ATTEST ; 




Secretary of State 



J 



3SSS 



FILED 

• •■■ •ma SNNHnr «« I 
•i *• IM* at CoMwDla 



3Ejcnini)c ©cpartmtnt 

State of (Dlifomia 



OCT 1 9 1982 

MMCH PONG EU. SMrtvy K SM» 



Dipirty 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, the problem of hunger and privation continues 
to haunt the human race; and 

WHEREAS, millions of people throughout the world suffer 
lasting physical and mental disabilities as a result of 
malnutrition; and 

WHEREAS, each day thousands of individuals, a majority 
of whom are very young, die as a result of hunger; and 

WHEREAS, the inequitable distribution of food among 
developed and less developed nations, threatens to exacer- 
bate global tensions, and to upset the precarious peace 
upon which cue future in balanced; and 

WHEREAS, increasing awareness of world hunger can help 
lead to greater efforts to assist the hungry of the world; 
and 

WHEREAS, the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organ- 
ization has declared October 16, 1982 to be World Food 
Day, 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of 
the State of California, do hereby proclaim October 16, 
1982 "World Food Day", and urge all Californians to reflect 
upon the meaning of this day, our mutual dependence on 
other living forms, the urgency of the world food situation 
and the need for continued and cooperative effort to end 
world hunger. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed thisl3th 
day of October 1982 





ATTEST : 



Wjudi 




^ 



Secretary of State 



Density Secretary of State L] 



3^S<i» 




i^xtcutitjc Btpartmtnt 

;5tatt of CJlifonua 



la *a tfa •* «k* toa<Hnr if tM* 
OCT 1 9 ^^ 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS hospice care provided in the United States 
has S^mSst^ated^hat it is possible for People who are 
Hearing the end of life to have appropriate, competent, 
and compassionate care; and 

WHEREAS, the hospice care concept has not had the recog- 
nition necessary to inform the public of an alternate care 
system for the terminally ill; and 

WHEREAS, lack of recognition has caused many hundreds 
of patients and patient families to suffer unnecessary 
physical, emotional, and spiritual pain and grief attendant 
on terminal illness; and 

WHEREAS hospice care is a realistic alternative that 
allo^^rm nan? Ul patients and their families the oppor- 
?inUy to Tive and die in peace and comfort in an environ- 
ment of personal individuality and integrity; 



NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR 
the State of California, do hereby declar 
1982 to be "California State Hospice Week 
with "National Hospice Week". All state 
the medical community, appropriate privat 
and the people of California are urged to 
with appropriate forums, programs, and ac 
to encourage recognition and support for 
concept as a realistic and humane respons 
the terminally ill. 



. , Governor of 
e November 7-14, 
in conjunction 
government agencies, 
e organizations, 

observe the week 
tivities designed 
the hospice care 
e to the needs of 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 15th 
day of October 1982 




Governor of California 



ATTE 



Secretary of State 



Deputy Socr 




<S4iC^ 



eputy Socrotary of Stato 



■>5^7 




lExecutioc Btpartmcnt 

^tatt of California 



OCT 2 6 1982 ,, 

MARCH fONO EU, S«ertWT 0« «*i| 

PROCLAMATION 

OK A 

STATE OK KMF.HC.KNCY 



I. EDMUNn C-.. BROWN JR., Covcrnor ol the State of California. 
,ind that al a result o. early unseasonable rains beginning on September 
15 1082. causing severe crop tosses, a condition of extreme per, 1 has 
arisen and now exists in the agricultural communities within the State 
of Calitornia. Because the magnitude o. this disaster exceeds the 
capabilities ot the services, personnel, an. lacilities of the affected 
counties, and having boon requested by the .card of Supervisors. 1 
hereby proclaim a State ot Emergency to exist in the Counties ol : 



Fresno 
Kern 
Madera 
Herced 



Monterey 
Sacramento 
San Joaquin 
Solano 



Stanislaus 

Tulare 

Yolo 



1 DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible, this proclamation 
be tiled in the Office o. the Secretary ol State and that widespread 
publicity and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal ot the State ot Calitornia to be atlixed this ^6th day of 
Octobei^ ^''^' 




GOVERNOR 



\iTEST: 



IAloaJIa Av)/(a «<- 



Secretary of Spate 
by , --^..^ - 



5tat 



-.^^ 




J5li-^ 



[1= 



^xcnititic Bcpartmcnt 

State of California 



In Id* offict of *• Uemtari of SW» 
of Mm ItoK ol Callfopta 

N0V5 -mt 

M«CH rONG EU, Sicrttiry IW St»«» 



PROCLAMATION 

OF 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the State of 
California, having been informed of the occurrence of major 
storm damage resulting from heavy rains beginning on September 
24, 1982, which occurred to Route IBO east of Boyden Cave in 
the County of Fresno, State of California, hereby proclaim 
the existence of a State of Emergency in the County of Fresno, 
within the meaning of Section 125, Title 23, United States 
Code. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this 4th day of November, 1982, 





ATTEST: 



Secretary of state 



by. 



%. 






/^ . UtAA~kA(^ n.*^' 



ty Socratar" of Sfate 



3S'<!^7 



m- 



3ExcnitiV)c department 

^tatc of CaliTomla 



In Hi* <Mf (X rt.t »«"'J2;_* "" 
of Mm Slq»« o» ColHonila 

MARCH F0N6 tU, StcnUiy »• SWi ! 
Daputy 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, an extraordinary occasion has arisen and 
now exists requiring that the Legislature of the State of 
California be convened in extraordinary session; 

Now, therefore, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor 
of the State of California, by virtue of the power and 
authority vested in me by Section 3(b) of Article IV of 
the Constitution of the State of California, do hereby 
convene the Legislature of the State of California, on 
the sixth day of December, 19 82, at 12:00 o'clock noon 
to address the major problems facing the State by 
legislating on the following subjects: 

Item No. 1 To consider and act upon fiscal 

legislation required by the severe 
national economic recession. 

Item No. 2 To consider and act upon legisla- 
tion relative to the structure 
and functions of state govern- 
ment agencies and commissions. 

Item No. 3 To consider and act upon legisla- 
tion relative to reapportionment. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand 
and caused the Great Seal of the State of California to 
be affixed this 5th day of December, 1982. 




gXaA iW^' 



Governor 



ATTEST: [/[/jlxJ)/^ ^HMjC^ ^ 



Secretary of Staxe 




Sr-crotary of State 



■==i 



1 



SS'/o 



^KCutJDc department 

^tJte of California 



FILED 

bi Dw oMnoi l«M SMraiory of IM* 
o( Mm Stota of CalHernla 

MARCH FONQ EU, S«»tiry o( $|U 



EXECUTIVE ORDER B-102-82 



of services or there is"=.^h^Li • .u P^"*^'"^ curtailment 

services, the best tnJerecto "f '" ^^^ "'^""^'^ °f performing 

by providing for two years addlto^ ?'^'^ "°"^^ ^^ ^"^^^ 

eligible employees who ^akefn'^?^^ ^!'^^" "^'^^'^ f°^ 

sufficient economLs cou?d be rLl Lrto''ofr\""' ''^"*^ 
to state aaenriPQ ^^,^ m • realized to offset any cost 

Californi:^ltaJ|^Unj;e%s?j;r:nd' °' California, and' the' 

decHnfnrfesourcir^ni^c.n^" ''^'" '"'^^^ ^^ ^ —It of 
an. in t?e -nn^r^f^pJJ.ormf^g^e^-J^c^sX'stf te^^^o^^"^ 
Jn!versr?jr'' °' ^^^^^-nia, Ld the'?a\iL?;?rs?S'^"'"'"'' 

the sSe™f?I??f;.;ia'T°-"- '^'^^^^ ^'^^ ' ^^ "- °f 
vested in mf by' he Constitution"" f .''" ^^""^ ^"^ authority 
of California, 'do hereKssue^ht^"^ statutes of the State 
tive immediately. ^''^'^^ '^^"^ ^his order to become effec- 



State 




Sntve?s'r^rwIl°;t?n^rESi%''"'' "' Californi, state 
to their respect"; p?o,raL":a ''\?IV\" ""'^'"' 
P«te in the program, wi?lsuhm?f'»i-^°""5 '° P^'t'd- 
airectl, to theVar?;;;t=;;nr'„::;:;%rJl3la'rr"e%ie„. 
CRITERIA: 

1. Legislative reduction to its annual budget. 

2. Program reduction or elimination. 

3. Technological changes. 

wardsTet'",'?" ""•"='''"> (enrollment, patients, inmates, 

tii„'a^n^ra"t';?r.r^i^i'3=^;;?:,-"-"" °^ '-"""- 



Page 2 



' The Department of Personnel Administration will transmit 
-• Approved state agency applications to the Department 
of Finance for fiscal review. 

D. Payment of Public Employees' Retirement System and 
State Teachers' Retirement System costs will be made 
?n a manner and time acceptable to participating state 
agencies, UC, CSU, PERS , and STRS Boards and the Depart 
ment of Finance. 

E For state agencies electing to participate in the pro- 
gram the early retirement period w^^ terminate 120 
days from the effective date of this Executive Order. 

F For the University of California and the California 
State university, if electing to P^-^^icipate in the 
program, the early retirement program will not exceed 
120 days and will commence on the respective dates 
agreed to by those organizations and the Department of 
Finance. 

G. State agencies, the University of California, and the 
California State University are hereby advised that 
this program is to be viewed as a means to alleviate 
or minimize the stress and hardship on personnel xn an 
anticipated layoff situation. 

H. Employee participation is voluntary. 

I. All approved plans are subject to the provisions of 
Chapter 680, Statutes of 1982. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 6th 
day of December 1982 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



Wr 



tjy. 



.(^^.^^ 



T)oputy Socrotary of StntB 



3S^^/ / 



FILED 

Lthf^offic* of the S«cr»lqiqf;| 
W Inf 9trtv or Ctn 



Statv 



^xecutiDc ©tpartmcnt 

^tatc or Calirornja 



n t- fi ■' 1 . 
MUCH FONG EU, Secretary! of State 

C/ Deputy ) (T 



PROCLAMATION 
OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, KDHUND r.. BHOWtl JR., Governor of the State of California, 
have found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property exist in various counties within the state of California as a 
result of heavy rains, high winds, high tides, flooding and other 
conditions beginning on November 27, lyB2. Because the magnitude of this 
disaster exceeds the capabilities of the services, personnel and 
facilities of the affected counties, and having been requested by the 
Board of supervisors, I hereby proclaim a State of Emergency to exist in 
the Counties of: 

Contra Costa 
Sacramento 
San Joaquin. 

I UIHfCT that as soon hereafter as possible, this proclamation 
be filed in the Office of tt,e Secretary of state and that widespread 
publicity ano notice be given to this proclamation. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
Great Seal of the State of California to be a 
December, 1982. 



t my tiand and^^aiised the 
ffixed this C^ -day of 



GOVERNOR 



ATTEST: 




Uxu^i 



WjhaA Irir^ ^ 



Secretary of state 



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3^xtcutiDc Bcpartmcnt 

;5tatc of California 



DFC JO r^o^ 

IIARCH fONG tU. SocreUHi 0« Stlt» 



By 



Paputy 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, in 1982 California enacted the toughest 
package of legislation in the Nation against driving while 
under the influence of alcohol or drugs; and 

WHEREAS, almost one quarter of a million individuals 
will be convicted this year of driving while under the 
influence; and 

WHEREAS, with the help of these strong new laws fatal 
accidents caused by drivers under the influence have dropped 
by over eighteen percent this year; and 

WHEREAS, drivers under the influence nevertheless 
continue to cause one-third of all fatal accidents in 
California ; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor of 
the State of California, by virtue of the authority vested 
in me by the Constitution and statutes of the State of 
California, do join with the President of the United States 
in hereby proclaiming the week of December 12, 1982 through 
December 18, 1982, California Anti-Driving Under the Influ- 
ence Awareness Week. All Californians are urged to observe 
this week with a special awareness of the consequences of 
driving while under the influence and help stop those who 
would so endanger themselves and their fellow citizens. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this ^HJ^ day of 
December, nineteen hundred and 
eighty- two . 




Governor offCalifornia V^ 



ATTEST 



Secretary of State 



-TdXA Ua^ 



by. 




eputy ^cGvi^L^^ y ^^ L^j.c:.Ut- 



3'S93 



3!xenitiDe department 

^tatf of California 



FILED 

In riw oRin of the Secrrtaty of Stat* 
«( I W atotj a»_Coli<«[»ilo 

M^H FONG EU. Swretali of State 



Dtputy 



PROCLAMATION 



enco 



WHEREAS, the purpose of The Holiday Proit 
urage and enhance public appreciation anc 



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ject, is to 

in sharing the holiday^s;ir7t"wUrarrth/i!lK^''''^JP^'^°" 
community; and F^tic witn ail the members of our 

volunteers' to';is'irr70rfns?lt'f^ "^°^""' ""^^^^^ ^8,000 



de 



this^s^^tf; ■""' "°'"^^ Project, I„ the true spirit of 
tS'JolS^tl? l=%"?:'th"r?i;:e ^^rtj"" "'? ^°' 'n^l°".als 
benent of th^ !ess fS^Jin^Jrin^^ut-^iJi^^J^^^a'" '"= 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G RROwn id 
State of Caiifnrr,,! J curauNu I,, BROWN JR., Governor of the 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 9th 
day of December 1982 




Governor of California/ 
ATTEST: 

Secretary of st^te 

by ^->WfA:^; li-ti^^^M^-^ 



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■>^ate 



3:^"/^ 






^Kcutivic Btpartmcnt 

^t3cc or California 



In Hw offlc» of tlw S«T»torY of Slot* 
•( Um Slat* ol CollfonJa 

gCH FONG EU, S«cr«tarv of SW» 
Deputy Q 



CERTIFICATE OF ELECTION FOR SIX-YEAR TERM 



TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES: 

This is to certify that on the 2nd day of November, 
1982, Pete Wilson was duly chosen by the qualified electors 
of the State of California a Senator from said State to 
represent said State in the Senate of the United States for 
the term of six years, beginning on the 3rd day of January, 
1983. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand and 

caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed ^ 

i 

this 13th day of December, 1982. } 




Governor of California \^ — 



SI 



Secretary of State 

Dei^ty Sec 




rota":,' of /GLatfl 



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yi' 



l^xtcutttJt Btpartmcnt 

;5uu of Caliromia 



PROCLAMATION 



-E^il^ELIl. 



In *• o«t<. jf the S«r»t»ify of Sta«« 
e) rtw »lol« »( toM'ornlo 




WHEREAS, the young people of America are the future of 
our nation; and 

WHEREAS, education is necessary for our students to develop 
their minds and take their places as productive citizens; and 

WHEREAS, we as a society must strive to ensure that the 
quality of education be maintained and enhanced in the face 
of difficult economic times; and 

WHEREAS, our educational system must meet the challenge 
of preparing American youths for the technical and computer- 
related jobs of the future; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, EDMUND G. BROWN JR., Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim 1982-1983 the Year of 
the Public Schools. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 28th 
day of December 1982 





ATTEST: 



\JUMd\ 1[M£\ ^ 



by 



Secretary of State 
Doputy UCorotary of State 



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V 



36'1(^ 



3£je[UtiDc ©epartmcnt 

$tacc of California 



EXECUTIVE ORDER // D-1-83 



V7HEREAS, the State General Fund is experiencing a signifi- 
cant decline in revenue; and 

IfflEREAS, the State General Fund expenditures for the year 
are running substantially higher than budgeted; and 

IWEREAS, the State General Fund has been experiencing major 
borrowing to meet cash obligations; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, George Deukmej ian , Governor of the State 
of California, by virtue of the power and authority vested in me 
by the Constitution and statutes of the State of California, do 
hereby issue this order to become effective immediately. 

A. The Department of Finance will unallot 1982-83 
departmental General Fund budgets which are included 
in State Operations by two (2) percent. Exceptions 
to this reduction will be debt service, Emergency 
Fund, Workers' Compensation Benefits, Health Benefits 
for Annuitants, that portion of departmental budgets 
which is directly related to major revenue production 
(Franchise Tax Board, Board of Equalization, State 
Controllers Office), and that portion of the following 
State facilities which require 24-hour care: 
Department of Corrections, California Youth Authority, 
State hospitals, Veterans Home, and State Special 
Schools for Individuals with Exceptional Needs, 

B. All State agencies or departments, regardless of 
funding source, are prohibited from: 

1. hiring any new employees; 

2. promoting any existing employees; and 

3. transferring any existing employees between 
departments. 

C. All out-of-state travel is cancelled effective 
immediately. Travel Blankets and or individual trip 
requests which have been approved for out-of-State 
travel are revoked. All out-of-State travel must be 
resubmitted to the Governor's office for approval. 

D. No agency or department may order, lease, or purchase 
equipment, office supplies, and related expense items. * 

E. State agencies or departments shall not enter into, 
extend, or amend any consultant or personal services 
contracts. 



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i^xecutitie ©epartmcnt 

3utc of CJtiTomia 

F. Higher education must participate in achieving the 
desired savings. Therefore, I direct the Department 
of Finance to unallot two (2) percent of the 1982-83 
General Fund budgets for the University of California 
and the California State Universities. In addition, 
these institutions of higher education are requested I 
to comply with all other provisions of this Executive , 
Order. 

G. The provisions of this Executive Order shall not apply 
to the Legislative and Judicial branches of government. 
I invite these branches of government to participate 

in the endeavor to reduce two (2) percent of their 
costs of State government. 

H. Agency Secretaries and other Cabinet level positions 
will be responsible for administering and ensuring 
compliance with the provisions of this Executive Order. 
For those departments which do not have Cabinet level 
representation, the Department of Finance will be 
responsible for administering and ensuring compliance 
with the provisions of this Executive Order. 

I. Because of the assumption of office by newly elected 
Constitutional officers, and the need to provide for 
an orderly transition, exempt appointments, purchases, 
and contracts by such officers incident to their 
assumption of office may be excluded from provisions of 
this Order by action of the Governor or his designee. ] 

J. The Department of Finance is hereby directed to co- 
ordinate the implementation of this Executive Order and, 
to issue guidelines and instructions as necessary. I 

K. The provisions of this Executive Order will terminate 
on July 1, 1983. 

IN WITNESS IfflEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 3rd 



FILED 

kl A* oCxa of th« SKretory of I 
of th* Stote o( CaliKxnki 



III * I 
JmI» o 

Af/'to4. o'dodi r- M. 

MmA nm Vi. Secretly of StHe 




^'-'% 



day of January 1983. 
Governor' of Californiy 



wttntitY of flIoiA 



ATTEST : 

Secretary of State 




■yl»»isr'*''r ■iiis^*M^**1 



cr^ 



^xcfutiuc Bcpartmcnt 

^tatc of Cjlifomia 



JANS - 1983 I 



APPOINTMENT OF INTERSTATE RENDITION 
I OFFICER 

tion 1549.2 Sf"hrPenal Code h^r'n^ ""'"^ ^" ">- ^^ Sec- 

McBRIEN my Interstatn pi„^^ ' ^'^^^^V appoint PETER J. 

the folloiinrpo^e^s? '^^"'^^*^^°" ^^ficer and delegate ^o him 

llnliTiol^'ofTioo'^ a'jd rth"^""^ ^f ^"^-"tate 

^=.i;e-?i FoS-^-^^- 
charged or convicted In that "J. %'"'%'° '^^ 
feloty or other cr?L that state of treason, 

been ^en.ande5\'n'durfo™'bf ?he ^^"^^^^^ h- 
authority. ^^ ^'^^ ^aid executive 



The 
Ren^ 
as follows: 



■ji-iicer as authorized herein 



shall be 




(Authorization ilur^itrthrc;'^''^-^^ 
of State) *^"^ Secretary 

fro. thria%r^5°L'un'rwitrjie%°"''""^ ^" ^-- -<^ effect 
revoked or suspended by Tsuh^^o ^^^^^^ary of state until 
the secretary If state pur luan^r^o ^"^horization filed with 
and Shall supersede the^prl^IoL author' ^°^" ^^^ti°" ^^^^-2, 
January 24, 1980. Hrevious authorization executed on 

'" set'^f hanf '°^ ' '^^^^ ^— to 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of California 
to be affixed this 4th day o? 
January, 1983. ^ 

Goverifor of California 
ATTEST : 





\ -h/^iA <^ 




ixcnirioc department 

^tc or Catfomia 



JAN 1^1983 

^^^SCH fON8 S, umA fit Sbtf 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, Albert M. Leddy was born in 1925 and moved to 
Bakersfield in 1937 where he attended local schools before 
receiving his B.A. and J.D. degrees at the University of Cali- 
fornia at Berkeley; and 

WHEREAS, Albert M. Leddy served as Kern County District 
Attorney from 1953 to 1965; joined the law practice of Bradley, 
Wagy, Bunker, Hislop & Gibbons in 1965; and was elected Dis- 
trict Attorney in 1970, serving in that position until the 
present; and 

WHEREAS, in his distinguished career, Albert M. Leddy 
personally prosecuted and won four death penalty cases; and 

WHEREAS, Albert M. Leddy' s leadership in legal affairs — 
as demonstrated by his work with the California District Attor- 
ney's Association and the U.C. C.E.B. /Criminal Law Group — is 
matched by his civic commitment to such groups as the Rotary, 
the Elks, the American Legion, and the Dante Heritage Associa- 
tion; and 

WHEREAS, throughout my own career, I have known Albert M. 
Leddy to be a conscientious, faithful public servant who has 
always held as his foremost concern the safety of the public; 
and 

WHEREAS, Albert M. Leddy recently retired from the posi- 
tion of Kern County District Attorney; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby highly commend Albert M. Leddy 
for his humane, common sense dedication to the task of law 
enforcement, and further, do wish him the very best for a 
happy, fulfilling retirement. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this llth 
day of January 1983 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of s 



y of Sta-Ce 




DciiUty /GocroLary cT Ltato 



S^'rf 



FILED ^ 

•( A* INM •* CSllW'nhi 






iJxecotiDc ©cpartmcnt 

dtJtc of Catifomia 



JAN 12 ^3 



.,7« 



DtiMfy 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, The California Jaycees have worked on beneficial 
community projects for over 58 years; and 

WHEREAS, their many programs assist the elderly, the handi- 
capped, and the sick, as well as help clean up the environment; 
and 

WHEREAS, many elected officials — including three Presidents 
of the United States — have developed leadership abilities 
while in the Jaycees; and 

WHEREAS, there are currently over 9,000 young men in the 
California Jaycees; and 

WHEREAS, the President of the United States has tradition 
ally declared the week of January 16 to 22 as United States 
Jaycee Week; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, proclaim the week of January 16 to 22 as 
California Jaycee Week, 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 11th 
day of January 1983 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 







eputy Sergretary of State 



y^ 



3Coc 



FILED 

•A tlM office OT tw wttnUvf mt WHti 
or 1w ifotv of Colffoffilo 



IJitnititit Btpartmcnt 

State of Cjlifomia 



MARCH FONO EU, SKrtt»|^ of State 



PROCLAMATION 



-entxonxng his .any other contributions to'our iatTon; and 
InteSfSn^llrtn^Infweeris'^Mtfl^'/^^^^f '°^ ^'^^ -^^^' 

in tre'5?^^;™?^^?f^ror?nfSrLt?or:n^''-^ ^^'"^'^^ ^^^^^ 
to our democratic soc?etJ; anS viewpoints essential 

•8pe^a?f;'in's:fii\usiness"es''and' 'Tf"^ ""^"^ P^°P^^' 
l«portant\ole in our e^Snomy;' '"'' ^'^' continue to play an 

Statf^f JafiK?nfa 'do'hereb °^"^T^"^' ^— ^ ^^ ^he 
as Printing week n'cfliforn^a anH '"" ''"""^'^y '^ ^^'^°"gh 22 
state to join the Internatinn^i ^ "'^^ residents of the 
Craftsmen'in thJl c^lebrat on ^""°^^^^^°" °f Printing House 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 11th 
day of January 1983 





Ay-^^ 



Governor of Californi 



ATTEST: 



bate. 



Secre 





ary of State 






3C>ol 



FILED 

In itm tUtim •! Mw lKT«t*ty •( IM* 
•( Mm SMt e« Calltafnta 



IPjECUtitie Bepartmcnt 

^att of California 



CH FONO EU, SKratt'm of Stito \ 



s 



¥ 



Oaputy 



PROCLAMATION 



r 



WHEREAS, the Greater Los Angeles Council of B'nai B'rith 
Women is celebrating its golden anniversary; and 

WHEREAS, the Council has for half a century engaged in 
many philanthropic endeavors which have helped countless 
individuals; and 

WHEREAS, the Council works to promote fair treatment of 
all citizens as well as to combat bigotry and intolerance; 
and 

WHEREAS, B'nai B'rith youth organizations likewise strive 
to teach and uphold the principles of faith, service, and 
democracy; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim January 16, 1983 as 
Greater Los Angeles Council of B'nai B'rith Women Day and do 
commend the dedicated efforts of the members of this organiza- 
tion. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 11th 
day of January 1983 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secratary of State 




Deputy fie^jretary of Stato 



^icnitiDc ©epartmtnt 

3att of djhfomia 



^^ FILED 

•( Mm State of CalHornte 

JAN \ 3 13§3 



PROCLAMATION 



! copies, and """' release seUin, over 51i miilii" 

WHEREAS, the mpinhore r^e -, 

WHEREAS, their benof,.- 

"^sea ,.0,000 eo, ^L"1:„'.X"^a'.ie" ?a'?s^;„\"5;=- ^"' -"- 

WHPPRAC 

in Its fight against leukemia; ' '^- ""tell Foundation 

State^^o^f Jaf^L^?.^f^/^,-s'--ME.XAN, Covernor of the 

fJZnT-^ f- thei; cLJrstL ra"nd':?f '°"°^^"^ the'L'.bers 
tor continued success. ^ ^""^ °"er my best wishes 





IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 

cau'led'^h'^' ""y ^^""^ ^"d 
caused the Great Seal of 

to\r%'f.°^ California 
to be affixed this /^T«. 
aay of January 1993 

Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of sUte 

l>o0(ity SoL-7otary(6r state 



J^03 




si th* Siota ol CoWomla 

=^JAN 1 n 19B3 

MARCH FONO W, 8«ftt4 •» «* 



fxccutivie Bepartment 

Suit of California 



By-ZZii^A 




Deputy 



PROCLAMATION 



i^^i fait-hfullv and professionally 
MHFREAS Salvatore Buccieri taicnruxxy au^ ^ 
WHbKtAs, saj-vc jK^iiHoci ac; 1982 President of tne ban 

fulfilled the responsibilities as lyoj 

Fernando Valley Board of Realtors; and 

Ir, professional standards enforcement, and 

WHEREAS, the Board in 1982 •i-^^.^ardlor'ttr-CMme 

Jr.reJess-"=o^tr!bltTon to'the ^'.lll A^erioa Setter- pro,ra», 

and 

WHFREAS the San Fernando Valley Board of Realtors is 

honoTng Sr'. BuLferi on the occasion of its Annual Inaugural 

Ball; 

NOW THEREFORE. I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of t|^e 

State of Californ?;, do hereby add my commendation and best 

wiShes for Salvator; Buccieri and the others members of the 

Board. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this /r 
day of January 1983 




Governor of California 



] 




ATTEST: _^ 

Secretary of State 



^xcrutiuc Bepartmcnt 

3utc of (^Jlifornia 



^^ FILED 

•( *• «M* •* CallMfnl* 

MA^ row EU, Stcrtliry of »M 



PROCLAMATION 



the s?cf and injured; Ld°"'^""^' '^^'"^"^ ^^"^ ^^°°^ ^° --^t 

™ain:?sff f ;.p^jrfor?H^::^tn^^e'^dra^r™ '^^^^^^ ^°"°- -^ 

Donof Sh'airSas'been'sn'H''"""''^ recognized as Blood 

Of the united stS^L^ '° designated in 1983 by the President 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DFriKMPTTAH n 
State of California do h^r^K °^"'^MEJIAN, Governor of the 

c.n.o.„.l ..3.S^r i: -Lfa",' a^™^:j- SI^:/" t^fJ^L 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this l^fb 
day of January 1983 

Governor of California 




ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 




i/MJt 






^^o^ 




3Pxtcuttoe Bepartmcnt 

^tatc of California 



F1 UED 

of 4«w Dot* •» MHwnto 

JANl4t®3 

HARCH row EU. 8ief*iy «« a* \ 



^r^ 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, John Balma has concluded a long and illustrious 
career in law enforcement as Sheriff of Shasta County; and 

WHEREAS, John Balma as a young man was one of the early 
graduates of the police science program at San Jose State 
University and has, during his entire '^^^ee^'/"^°'^"^^^f^-.ce- 
strong academic background as an integral part of law enforce 
ment professionalization; and 

WHEREAS, he was selected to serve as Chief of Police for 
the City of Redding at the age of twenty-one, one of the 
youngest chiefs of police in the United States; and 

WHEREAS, John Dalma's only break in service as ^ l^w 
enforcement officer came as a ^---It^fhxs meritorious service 
in the United States Army Air Force during World War II as a 
combat crewman in the European Theatre of Operations; and 

WHEREAS, John Balma was first elected Sheriff of Shasta 
County in 1947 and served with distinction m that capacity 
for thirty-six years, justifiably qualifying him for the title 
of "Dean" of the California Sheriffs; and 

WHEREAS, the people of his county and this state have 
had the good fortune ol having a man of John Balma s unusual 
ability and law enforcement leadership qualities serve them 
for virtually all of his adult life; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, George Deukmejian, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby highly commend John Balma for 
his life-long dedication to the most difficult task of pro- 
viding law enforcement to his community and offering counsel, 
quidance, and leadership to the entire law enforcement 
?Simuni?; in the State of California, and further, do wish him 
the very best for a happy and active retirement. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto 
set my hand and caused the Great 
Seal of the State of CaUfornia 
to be affixed this fif*^ day of 
January, nineteen hundred and 
eighty-three. 




^/.^^ AM~Y'~~' 



Governor of California 



icretary of Stat4 



ATTES 

Secretary 



y 



Di^^ty Secretary orjsiate 



>^r=ri^ 



3CoC 



FILED 

In HI* oAcv ck w« ••crilary of SMtV 
of ttM ttata o) Collfernlo 



JAN 1 4 1983 



iSxtrutiot Bepartmcnt 

^atc of CaliTomia 



MAfKf* FWG EU Ski 

^ hi 



EU SKfttyVjof Sttli I 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, Martin Luther King, Jr, was a man with a deep, 
abiding faith in God and a reverant love for America; and 

WHEREAS, Dr. King, through word and deed, inspired us to 
perfect the principles of freedom, justice, and equality upon 
which our great nation was founded; and 

WHEREAS, Dr. King's sermons and writings challenged us to 
apply the timeless words of God to our everyday lives; and 

WHEREAS, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting 
Rights Act of 1965 were achieved, in large part, by the 
efforts of Dr. King to convince America to live up to its most 
cherished ideals and apply them equally to all citizens; and 

WHEREAS, Dr. King's message -- spoken by a man at peace 
with himself and with his God, yet imbued with passion and 
urgency — continues to inspire Americans from all walks of 
life to reflect upon the meaning of their lives and the 
character of their nation; and 

WHEREAS, the life and sacrifice of Martin Luther King, Jr. 
should be remembered and revered by present and future 
generations; 



NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim January 15, 1983, the 
54th anniversary of the birth of Dr. King, as Martin Luther 
King, Jr. Day in the State of California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 14th 
day of January 198^ 





Go 



ATTEST: 



verrnor o 




f California 



**«-<^'<-<H«-' 



oy. 



Secretary of state 



Dupuay 



u^ Seoretary of ^ate 



zi^oq 



ixccutiV)c Bepartmcnt 

State of California 



FILED 

In lh« ofTice o' th« Secretary of Sta)» 
of the Stota of Colifornia 

jMNi' 1983 

MARCH^FONG EU Se««tary cl State 
l>tpa»r »i»m*„y of SMi 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, Michael Anthony Gray served well and faithfully 
as a Santa Cruz County Deputy Sheriff for six and one half 
years; and 

WHEREAS, Deputy Sheriff Gray, in the line of duty, was 
shot January 8, 1983 and died January 13, 1983; and 

WHEREAS, Deputy Gray was the first Santa Cruz Deputy to 
die in the line of duty in more than 50 years; and 

WHEREAS, his senseless, tragic slaying has shocked the 
people of Santa Cruz County and people throughout the state; 
and 

WHEREAS, Deputy Gray is survived by his wife, Deanna, and 
his six-year-old son, Bobby; and 

WHEREAS, we all owe a debt of gratitude to law enforcement 
officers, particularly those like Deputy Gray who have made 
the supreme sacrifice; and 



NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby offer my sincerest condolences 
to the family of Michael Anthony Gray and join with those 
attending his funeral in commending his selfless commitment 
to public safety. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 14th 
day of January 1983 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

\J\kmajJIa "^h^A ^ 

Secretary of Stiate 



by. 



Deputy ijocretary of state 



SCof 



i^KCUtitje Bepartmtnt 

3tJtc of Califomia 



^^ FFLED 

JAN J 71^83 

MARCH RM tU, SKr^ of Stilt 






PROCLAMATION 



r^onw!!!^^^^^ ' ^^°PPi"g centers provide countless people with 
Purc^se^"; :n"d ^"^°^^''^ opportunities to .ake a^a^iet^of 



hold 
Ce 



infllP^^^' ''^^ International Council of Shopping Centers i« 

St.tfoE ?"ufo?^?; 'h ''^™°? MUK«EJIA», Governor of the 
Sh™^„ California, do hereby proclaim February 13 to 19 as 

^aTifirnif^fL"^?"- f""". <>" behalf of the peopL of 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 14th 
day of January 1983 

Governor of Califo 



tf 




ATTEST: 




of Sta^tp 
Deputy aec/etary of State ' 



Secretary of st 



3C0 



FILED 

Inllwolllet of ItM Swratary al SM* 
Of ItM kota «< ColKornl. 



r-7S, 



i^xtcutiot ©epartmtnt 

^tatt of (DUfomia 



JAN 1 71^G 

•MCH fONQ EU, SKfttiQi of Stiti 



^ 



D^Mrty 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, the National Football League Alumni is a non- 
profit tax-exempt organization consisting primarily of former 
professional football players; and 

WHEREAS, the NFL Alumni has formed a charitable and educa- 
tional organization to help young people and has annually 
contributed to various youth-oriented charities, raising nearly 
$1 million in 1982 alone; and 

WHEREAS, through the NFL Alumni Player of the Year Awards 
dinner, the Alumni will raise funds to start an inner-city 
model program in Los Angeles entitled "Developing Scholar 
Athletes Through Parenting"; and 

WHEREAS, the NFL Alumni will conduct its annual Salute to 
Youth in Los Angeles to benefit area youngsters through visits 
to hospitals, orphanages, and foster homes; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim January 24 to 30 as 
National Football League Alumni Week. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 14th 
day of January 1983 






Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of S 





oputy Si/bvubary of Stats 



JCro 



i 



i^xtnitioc Bepartment 

^catc of Califomia 

EXECUTIVE ORDER D-2-83 



,^ FTC ED 

of lh« Sim* of CalHernio 

MARCH FDNe EU, Ski 
^ Deputy 




WHEREAS, Consular Corps members servina in r^l i fr.rr.,- = 

cuuS!*|,;d'bJ!„S''r!Lt? "^'"'""f* " ««ntai„ social, 
countries ^hroSgh Jhefr^oLi??- "' "'"" '"^ P^'^'^ »' "t"" 

NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED THAT: 

'• "'''.'VnttlLTlZ' '= ■'"''-"■' Chief Of protocol 



II, 



He will represent the Governor and citizens of c^M 
cne consular Corps and other foreign officials; and 

?or"i;^ t^^ o7 lJ?irSa"trl;\^!t=?a"!?J?r^?r- 
government, economy, and cultural °^J^^^^^f°'^"^3 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this /i**» 
' iy of January 1983 




Governor of Califo 




ATTEST: 



Secretary of state 



-n. 




Deputy Soi3F6tary of State 



^(^I( 



^jcnitioe Bcpartmcnt 

3ucc or (Lilifomia 



PROCLAMATION 



,^ FILED 

of Ik* Sta«* o< ColHornto 

JAN5> 01583? 

M«CH rONO EU, SKfrtiry tj Stiti 



WHEREAS, Wayne Brown has concluded a long and distinguished 
career in law enforcement as Sheriff of Nevada County; and 

WHEREAS, Wayne Brown was elected Sheriff in 1951, assuminq 
command of a rural, seven-man department and has, over the 
?K^^ thirty-two years, provided the inspiration and leadership 
that has developed the Nevada County Sheriffs department 
into an outstanding, front-line law enforcement agency by 
anyone's standards; and ycu^^y oy 

WHEREAS, he has during his entire life committed himself 
to improving his community and has been active in the American 

i'^^'n";^ ,!' '*°*^^'^y' the Masonic Order, and Native Sons of 
the Golden West; and 

WHEREAS, the people of his county and this state have had 
the good fortune of having a man of Wayne Brown's unusual 
ability and law enforcement leadership qualities serve them 
virtually all of his adult life; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
hif*"??^ California, do hereby highly commend Wayne Brown for 
\1 i'f^" "^ dedication to the most difficult task of providing 
law enforcement to his community and for further enhancing 

wofiH^^ ^^ ^^^.""f^^ ^"^^^ California law enforcement enjoys 
worldwide, and do further wish him the very best for a hippy 
and active retirement. "aFHY 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 18th 
day of January 1983 




oCkeJtTHUUL,*^^ 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secre^ry of Statr^ 



Dor^aty Kocrotary of State^^ 



J 6/^ 




^ FICED 

!• IM OiMC Of tH# 8#cfvtory of Itoto 
tt tti* Smh of CalH«rn|<i 



l^xtcutiot Bcpartmtnt 

S^tt of Cabfomia 



JAN J> 19^ 

MMICN FONQ EU, Swrttiry of Stito 



PROCLAMATIOK 



WHEREAS, the children of our state are our most vital 
resource; and 

WHEREAS, it is imperative that children maintain sound 
health, including good dental health; and 

WHEREAS, proper education and encouragement leads 
youngsters to proper dental habits which combat tooth decay 
and related problems; and 

WHEREAS, the California Dental Association promotes 
programs in support of good dental habits among children; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim February 1983 as 
Children's Dental Health Month in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 18th 
day of January 1983 





rnia 



ATTEST: 




Doputy 8x)eretary of State 



;<i./3 



m- 



^itmttot Btpartmtnt 

3uu of Catifomia 



FIUED 

In ttw o«e» of *• Ucnlorf of tMt 
ef Mw SiqM of ColHanio 

MARCH FONO EU, Swra^qfOf SWi 



t' Deputy 'J 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, the extraordinary history of our people and nation 
continues to inspire Americans from all backgrounds; and 

WHEREAS, Californians can take pride in the rich, varied 
history of their state; and 

WHEREAS, each of us would do well to set aside some time 
to learn more about our great heritage; and 

WHEREAS, the Daughters of the American Revolution annually 
celebrates and promotes American History Month during February; 
and 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim February 1983 as Amer- 
ican History Month in California. Further, I urge Californians 
to join in this worthwhile observance and thereby gain a better 
understanding of our past. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 18th 
day of January 1983 





Governor of California 



ATTEST : 

\J[Km.(k %MJe\ 

Secretary of St 



"Oo 



at« 




Deputy Secretary of State 



m^ 



34// 



FILED 

In «ti» oHkt e( lh« SKratary of SM» 
of Mw Stoti o« ColHomle 



l^itcutiot Btpartmtnt 

3catt of (Dbfomia 



MAKH F0N6 EU. Stcr^iiTor SMi 

By- " 



■- ^■lity^z.^ 



Deputy 




PROCLAMATION 



has U^^S^cfi^^^^r ^^fA„^°^ Angeles Dodgers second baseman, 
has been selected as 1982 National League Rookie of the Year; 




WHEREAS, Steve Sax has demonstrated the finest traditions 
spifuf'^nd^""' '^°''' "^'^ '" P'y^^^^^ ^^^^i^y and compet??! 



ve 



of „*"^^^^^S, his remarkable achievemerts are not only a source 
of pride to his family and many friends, but also an insoira- 
tion to countless other aspiring athletes; and ^n^pira 

as a'^remte; s'^r ts^utzen; '^""""""''^ '' '°"°^^' '° ^^-^ ^- 



S 
he 




do 



for the example he has set for the youth of America 



and 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 20th 
day of January 1983 

Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State 




ty o'eul-Oi.ui-y or IJlate 



^ 



JU/^" 



iExccuriDc Bcpartmcnt 

dtatc or (DliTomia 



FILED 

I* Dm oMm •» *• fcRr«»Wtr «* 8W» 
tf Mm IMM of CCDHl'nl* 

MMCH FONfi fU, SKfttfy Of SUM 



¥ 



Deputy 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, Officer Ramon Irizarry, Jr. began a career in 
law enforcement in February 1981 with the Oakland Police 
Department; and 

WHEREAS, the past two years. Officer Irizarry served with 
I the Department's Vice Squad; and 

WHEREAS, Officer Irizarry was shot in the line of duty on 
January 11, 1983, and died January 18, 1983; and 

WHEREAS, the killing of a police officer is a shocking 
occurrence to be condemned by all citizens; and 

WHEREAS, Officer Irizarry was only a few days short of 
his twenty-sixth birthday and is survived by his wife, 
Brenda, and his two-year-old son, Michael; and 

WHEREAS, we are all indebted to law enforcement officers, 
particularly those like Ramon Irizarry, Jr. who have made the 
supreme sacrifice; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby offer my sincerest condolences 
to the family of Ramon Irizarry, Jr. and join with those 
attending his funeral in commending his selfless commitment to 
upholding the law. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 19th 
day of January 1983 





Goverrt6r of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of Statp- 





r 



Deputy Sooi'otary of f^t.-".! 



3(olL 



lExcmritit Bcpartment 

^att or Cilifoma 



FICED 

III n(9 flMlM 9t fftv SMffWory 4\ ^nlW 

of Mm Mom of CalMemh 

JAN 5> 0199'^ 

MMCH rONQ EU. SKratiili of Stiti 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, we are all indebted to those who served in the 
United States armed forces, particularly in time of war; and 

WHEREAS, many servicemen suffered in ways and to degrees 
most of us cannot imagine; and 

WHEREAS, in the course of conflict, some of our military 
' personnel became prisoners of war and experienced physical 
■ and mental privation, while others were declared missing in 
action and were never accounted for; and 

WHEREAS, during the Vietnam War, Americans came to recog- 
nize that the families and friends of POWs and MIAs endure 
tremendous hardship and pain; and 

I WHEREAS, on January 27, 1983— the tenth anniversary of 
the Paris Peace Accords — vigils are to be held commemorating 
the sacrifices of Vietnam War POWs and MIAs; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim January 27, 1983 as 
California POW/MIA Tribute Day. Further, I call upon Califor- 
nians to remember the Vietnam War POWs and MIAs who, after a 
decade, are not yet accounted for. 





IN 



WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 19th 
day of January 1983 




gUluJ^TtuU^ 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



of s€a*e 



Seer 




36/7 



rn 



^xcnitioc Bcpartment 



FILED .. 

In flit •MM m w* fctftlofy w Wn 
•t Mm Dm •( CoHfotnlo 



JAN?. 11983 

MARCH FONO EU, SKntlfy of Stltt 



3tatt of (Liltfomia 



H- 



RCH FONO EU, SKntaiy of S 



EXECUTIVE ORDER D-3-83 



Oaputy 



4,^- 



WHEREAS, the State of California has experienced a 
decline in revenue which has not been compensated for in 
commensurate expenditure reductions; and 

WHEREAS, the State General Fund is experiencing 
substantial borrowing to meet cash obligations for the 
second consecutive fiscal year; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, by virtue of the power and authority 
vested in me by the Constitution and Statutes of the State 
of California, including Government Code Section 13322, do 
hereby issue this order to become effective immediately. 

A. The Public Works Board is directed to defer 
processing requests for capital outlay 
projects. Exceptions to this order are: 

1. Projects funded from bond funds and 
other constitutionally exempt funds. 

2. Projects for which the State is legally 
obligated to proceed. 

3. Projects determined by the Department of 
Finance to be essential to the health 
and safety of the people of the State of 
California or projects whose deferral 
would not be in the best interest of the 
State. 

B. All State agencies, the California, State 
University, the University of California and 
the California Community Colleges are 
directed to defer further encumbrances for 
Minor Capital Outlay and Local Assistance 
items funded from tidelands oil revenues. 
Exceptions to this order are: 

1. Projects for which the State is legally 
obligated to proceed. 

2. Projects determined by the Department of 
Finance to be essential to the health 
and safety of the people of the State of 
California or projects whose deferral 
would not be in the best interest of the 
State. 



r T - 



The Department of Finance is hereby directed 
to coordinate the administrative actions 
necessary to implement this Executive Order 
and to take any action within its statutory 
authority to ensure its appropriate 
implementation. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 18th 
day of January 1983 




3QI S 



I 



^xtcutioe Btpartment 

j5tatc or Caiifomia 



FILED _ 

of t<M ItBt* •! C«IH*rnla 

__ JAN2 1 l§gS3 

MARCH FONQ EU, SKr(t<r Of StM 

^ D-i»Miy (J 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, Larry Gillick has concluded a long and brilliant 
career in law enforcement as Sheriff of Butte County; and 

WHEREAS, Larry Gillick entered law enforcement as a young 
man after an outstanding career as a professional baseball 
player; and 

WHEREAS, at the outbreak of World War II he volunteered 
as a rifleman in the United States Marine Corps and served 
with distinction in several campaigns in the South Pacific; 
and 

WHEREAS, upon re-entering law enforcement Larry Gillick 
was elected Sheriff of Butte County and served with distinc- 
tion in that capacity for thirty-two years; and 

WHEREAS, his leadership ability was recognized by his 
peers and he served as President of both the California Peace 
Officers Association and California State Sheriffs Association; 
and 

WHEREAS, Larry Gillick has devoted a lifetime to community 
projects outside of law enforcement, establishing youth ath- 
letic programs and setting an example in the conduct of his 

I own personal life which has been inspirational to every citizen 

I of Butte County; 



NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby highly commend Larry Gillick 
for his life-long dedication to the most difficult task of 
providing law enforcement to his community and offering counsel, 
guidance, and leadership to the entire law enforcement commun- 
ity in the State of California, and further, do wish him the 
very best for a happy and active retirement. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 20th 
day of January 1983 




Governor of Califoifliia 



ATTEST: 



WmaA l^TMA ^ 



by. 



Secretary of state ^ - 
)eputy Secr^dry of State 



o<^('i 






^xenitiDc Bepartmcnt 

3tatc or California 



FTCED 

of Mm 8m* oI ColHornIa 

MARU FONQ EU, Secr^i| of State 
By ^JaJ,u.L /U^jJjllc^ 



I 

I 



PROCLAMATION 



rom- 



WHEREAS, Claudia Harden and her husband, Jim, gained p 
inence in Long Beach through their ownership of KNAC Radio 
and, currently, their operation of Harden and Associates, a 
media consulting firm; and 

WHEREAS, Claudia Harden was, in 1975, elected to the Cor- 
^f til ??rc? the Boys' Clubs of Long Beach, becoming one 
of the first women to achieve this position; and 

^u*.r*^^^K'^^'i'".^^^°' Claudia Harden became the first woman 
Boys' ?lubsflnd P"^^^^^^"*^ and Chairman of the Board of the 

WHEREAS, the new Boys' Clubs Petrolane Center facilities 
were opened during Claudia Harden's term as President and 
Chairman of the Board; and 

WHEREAS, Claudia Harden's dedicated efforts have helped 
improve the lives of many less fortunate young people; and 

r..^ A^^^^'^^ ' ^l3"^i^ Harden is the first woman to receive the 
Golden Man and Boy Award since its inception by the Boys' 
Clubs 28 years ago; 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby highly commend Claudia Harden 
for her important contributions to Boys' Clubs and offer mv 
warm regards for continued success. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 25th 
day of January 1983 

^^^^ ' 

Governor of California 




.4U«Ll 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 

by HUAjru. . Akt^di-^,0. 

De^ty Searetary 6^ State" 



FILED 

M fn# Mwv OT Mn Svcfvton' ot How 
of 1M 8IbM of CollfonM 



^xcrutiDc Bcpartment 

^tatc or California 



JANJ>81983 

MMCH FONO EU, Ski 
Deputy 



% ^AUuixj lI 






PROCLAMATION 



Of Long Beach; and ^^^'^^^^"e' I"c. , is a leading citizen 

WHEREAS, the commitment Rudv Munzer hrino= t-^ v.- 
responsibilities is matched by his" ci"c c^S^ern; aid ^^'^P^"^^ 

whicnudTAu^z:rsid"ic:t:s\is'%rmr'^;''^.'=^^^^ ^^-^^ ^° 

Clubs of Long Beachrand ^ ^"*^ ^"^'^'^ ^^ ^he Boys- 

Boys V^^f^S^p-^^.^r^ente^ n^uJuLrf^d^^"^''^^ -^ -^ 

has r^ipf^Ced ?he\i:::'or:anr""^" '°^ *^'^ ^^^^ ^-^-^^- 

respect and admiration; fnS"^' ^^'"'"^ ^"''^ """^^^ widespread 
Munz:;?^;??^,-%S?-:,-^-^of^Long^Beach^is presenting R.dy 

Statf^f JalIfo?n!; ^ ' ^^^^^^'^'^^KMEaiAN, Governor of the 

Rudy Munze? ind"o?fer°mJ%'Ince'reif iLr'"^"' "^ ^°°^ ^--^' 
wen as to his family on^h\^"^a"l^ ci^ o^^c s^Ion'" ""'^ " 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 26th 
day of January 1983 

Governor of Californi 



ATTEST: 



lAietAcA 7^ ^ 

Secretary of state 
De^ty Secretary pFs 




B= 



5iZl 
FILED 

JAN 241983 



PROCL 



i^xecutiot ©Epartment 

S>tatE of California 






Of^ A 



STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, GEORGE DEUKME.7IAN, Governor of the State of California, have 
found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property exist within the State of California as a result of heavy rains, 
hiqh winds, hiqh tides, and flooding conunencinq on January 23, 1983, in 
the Counties of: 

Mar in 
San Mateo 
Los Anqeles 
San Dieqo 

Because the maqnitude of this disaster exceeds the capabilities of services, 
personnel, equipment and facilities of said Counties, and havinq now been 
requested by the Board of Supervisors of said Counties, I therefore 
proclaim the existence of a State of Emerqency and hereby implement the 
California Peacetime Emerqency Plan in the Counties of: 

Marin 
San Mateo 
Los Anqeles 
San Dieqo 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible, this proclamation 
be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread 
publicity and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this "Ll*^ day of 



January 198 3. 




X JO I ■ ■ 



GOVERNOR 



rEST:I,/|,(^.dA -/WA <ic 



Secretary of State 



j56-^^ 



3£xtnitiiat Btpartment 

^tate or California 



■ **_! Ill, (toM o< CoMoriit* 



()< StstI 




PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, E. P. "Jerry" Williams has worked in the state 
prison system for thirty-one years and is now concluding a 
long and distinguished career; and 

WHEREAS, E. P. "Jerry" Williams has risen through the 
ranks of the state correctional system from correctional offi- 
cer to program administrator; and 

WHEREAS, E. P. "Jerry" Williams has further enhanced Cali- 
fornia by inspecting county jails, ensuring that basic guide- 
lines and standards developed by the State are recognized at 
the county level; and 

WHEREAS, the people of this state have had the good fortune 
of having a man of E. P. "Jerry" Williams's unusual ability 
and leadershp qualities serve them virtually all of hxs adult 
life; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby highly commend E. P. "Jerry" 
Williams for his life-long dedication to the most difficult 
task of providing supervision in California's correctional 
system, upgrading the standards of county jail facilities and 
enhancing the image of the California Correctional Officer. 
I further wish him the very best for a happy and active retire- 
ment. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 28th 
day of January 1983 




Governor of 'California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



'^ 



Defeuty Secrotary/pf State 




3C^3 




^^ FILED 

In H» oMt* ol 111* 8» c r»l u i» of Stat* 
of liw $M« o( CalHofnio 



3!xenitit)e Bepartment 

State of Califomia 




MARCH FONOEU. 



PROCLAMATION 






inc 
ou 



whom 



a social fabric -re^^^L^t'^n^rcS^^Lsf^n^Ite^ran"!'""^ ^°^^^*^^ 

™arriSge?^partic;lar?fat''^^^'^''^ '° reaffirm the value of 
all ou? institu?ions:'anH ' ''"" "'"" '^^^^^ =^^"^6 buffets 



Whereas, Worldwide Marri^^^ r. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 28th 
day of January 1983 




nia 



ATTEST : 

Secretary of Jtate 
Det/utv ^c rotary -Jbf 




3^^-^ 



^.- 



FILED 

In lh« one* al f»» S««tonr o» Sw» 
oi Mm Stat* ol California 



MARCH FONG EU, Secretary of Statt 

i^xcnitioc Bcpartmcnt li^k^i^jkudki^ 

^tatt of dalifomia ^J oep^ (T 



) 



PROCLAMATION 



OF A 
STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, have 
found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property exist within the State of California as a result of heavy rains, 
hiqh winds, hiqh tides, and flooding coimnencinq on January 21, 1983 in 
the Counties of: 



Alameda 


Santa Clara 


Ventura 


Oran-ic 


Santa Cruz 


Trinity 


San Benito 


Shasta 




S.int.i Barbara 


.Sonoma 





Because the magnitude of this disaster exceeds the capabilities of services, 
personnel, equipment and facilities of said Counties, and having now been 
requested by the Board of Supervisors of said Counties, I therefore 
proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency and hereby implement the 
California Peacetime Emergency Plan in the Counties of: 



Alameda 




Santa Clara 


Ventura 


Orange 




Santa Cruz 


Trinity 


San Benito 




Shasta 




Santa Barba 


ra 


Sonoma 





I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible, this proclamation 
be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that widespread 
publicity and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 31st day of 
January 1983. 







ATTEST: 



\Mma(A 



Secretary of Stat' 




r 

l6C 



by OljlUgu^' NjQ^Ula^ paJ 



3^-^ 5^ 



^KnitiDc Bepartmcnt 

dtatc of Califomia 



. -. P T L^ E D 

In ft* offlc* el «M Utnfory ef SMt 
of Mm Stat* p< CalKornIa 

»^HR)NGEU,S«Xof8t* , 



PROCLAMATION 



National Freedom ^^y. P'^°^^3"'ation designating February i as 

Statf'of CaUforn?; 'do'hef'b '^^"•^"--^-^'' ^.overnor of the 
National Freedo^^^a'^ T. cVufUH'!''''' '^''^"^^^ '' ^^^'^s 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 1st 
day of February 1983 

Governor of {ralifornia 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of s^ate 




3i^(- 



FTCED. 

■lllMlMMfllMlknta 



FFB4-T983 

MMH KM EU, SKnttn « M 



3!xccutit)c ©tpartmcnt 

dtatt of California 



1^ 



Oir^y 



PROCLAMATION 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 3rd 
day of February 1983 

Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 
Deputy Secretary of Statt 



WHEREAS, it is most important that every individual have 
an opportunity to develop his or her skills to the fullest; 
and 

WHEREAS, the handicapped have benefitted from such develop- j 
ments as the removal of architectural barriers and greater 
availability of telephones for the deaf; and 

WHEREAS, in addition to specific improvements, the general 
outlook of the populace is more positive and concerned, with 
handicapped individuals beginning to enjoy the respect to 
which they are entitled; and 

WHEREAS, the observances of 1981 and 1982 as Years of the 
Disabled helped focus attention on the plight of disabled 
people, leading to beneficial changes; and 

WHEREAS, continued efforts to bridge the gap between the 
more fortunate and the handicapped are necessary; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim 1983 to be the Year 
of the Disabled Persons in California. 



f 



iExcniritic Bcpartment 

^tt of California 



J'4 3 7 



- ^ rep 4 -1953 

MMCHF0MEU,SKntM«f8M 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, California is blessed with abundant natural re- 
sources which provide not only recreation for our people, but 
the means for economic growth; and 

f WHEREAS, the forests and groves of California feature 
some of the world's most breathtaking sights, including the 
ancient, awe-inspiring Redwood, the official state tree; and 

WHEREAS, our towns and cities are beautified by a tremen- 
dous variety of trees which provide fruit, give shade, and 
lessen noise; and; 

WHEREAS, lumber harvested from the thousands of acres of 
California forests is used to build houses, furniture, and 
many other essential items; and 

WHEREAS, wood serves as a useful fuel, providing warmth 
and comfort to countless homes; and 



to 
the 



WHEREAS, we must work to develop a common sense approach 
the environment which will allow us to continue to enjoy 
aesthetic value of trees while also employing this renew- 
able resource to strengthen our economy; and 

WHEREAS, Arbor Day is celebrated each year on March 7, 
the birthday of Luther Burbank who contributed so much to 
horticulture; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
; State of California, do hereby proclaim March 7, 1983 as Arbor 
Day in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 3rd 
day of February 1983 




Governor of California 
ATTEST: 

Sqcr/tatiL of sVat 




Peputy Seor^tary or Stat* 



3^^^ 



^FICED 



i^xccutioc Bepartmcnt 

^atc or (DtiTomio 



MWCH raw aiiMM^ « SMI 



f 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, more than one million serious crimes occur in 
California each year; and 

WHEREAS, serious crime threatens the quality of life in 
our communities; and 

WHEREAS, solutions to the problems resulting from the 
high crime rate require joint efforts involving citizens and 
law enforcement; and 

WHEREAS, citizen-oriented programs, developed in conjunc- 
tion with local law enforcement agencies, create an informed, 
involved public whose members help one another fight crime; 
and 

WHEREAS, communities actively supporting such programs 
have experienced a reduction in crime; and 

WHEREAS, successful local crime resistance programs should 
be recognized and their successful methods shared with others; 
and 

WHEREAS, the National Exchange Club has proclaimed the 
week of February 6 to 12, 1983 as National Crime Prevention 
Week; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim February 6 to 12, 
1983, as Crime Prevention Week and do urge all Californians 
to participate in crime-prevention activities. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 7th 
day of February 1983 





AJm^ 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



T 



Secretary of State 
Deputy Secretary of State 






FEB 8- 1983 



ixcnitiDc department 

^m of Cjlifomia 






PROCLAMATION 

OF_A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, 
have found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons 
and property exist within the State of California as a result of heavy 
rains, high winds, high tides and flooding commencing on January 23, 
1983 in the Counties of: 



Colusa 

take 

Mendocino 



Monterey 

San I.uis Obispo 

Solano 



Yolo 



In addition, as a result of like comiit ions rommencing on November 27, 
1982 (and proclaimed a state of emergency on December 8, 1982) and now 
further impacted by the severe weather commencing on January 21, 1983, 
I find that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property continue to exist within Contra Costa, Sacramento and San 
Joaquin Counties. 

Because the magnitude of this disaster exceeds the capabilities of 
services, personnel, equipment and facilities of said Counties, and 
having now been requested by the Board of Supervisors of said Counties, 
I therefore proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency and hereby 
implement the California Peacetime Emergency Plan in the Counties of: 



Colusj 


Monterey 


Solano 


Contra Costa 


Sacramento 


Yolo 


Lake 


San Luis Obispo 




Mendocino 


San Joaquin 





I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible, this proclama- 
tion be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and that 
widespread publicity and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused 
the Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this 7^*» day 
of February, 1983. 




VERNOR ff 



GOVERNOR 



^ Secretary of State' 

by HUu^u^i^ hLuAAuA 




3^3o 



p 1 1: E D 






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^xcfotiuc Btpartment 

dtatc of California 



FEB8-igfe3 

MWCHraNQEUkSienmyariM 



PROCLAMATION 



T^iM^ 



J 



WHEREAS, the PPA i q a,, ; ^.- 

riculu™, with over 18 000 memblrs'in'^fpn h' ^""^ i^^^^ ^^^^^^^ -- 
out the state; and memoers m 320 high schools through- 

strircon^In^alirto'i:- ij/r'^^'^^?^ '°^ agricultural careers 
Of Californians ^l^T .l^elT AT 'rll\ToZsT' ''' -^^-^-ng"'' 

StatH^ Caf?K°Sf;/do^S°?r./^^Sf ^^^' ^°^-"- - -e 
Future Farmers of Aiierica wiek. "" February 19-26 as 



-' 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the state of California 
to be affixed this 7th 
day of February 1983 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of ^fits 



ixenitiDc Btpartmcnt 

ibtm or CJliTomia 



FIUED 

"" FEB 8- 1983 

MMCN FOM 01, SMnM H IMi 



J 



PROCLAMATION 





Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of St 



WHEREAS, the constitutional guarantee of freedom of the 
press is one of our most cherished principles; and 

f WHEREAS, this freedom is extended and clarified by the 
I Freedom of Information Act, which requires government dis- 
closure to journalists of information important to the public- 
i *"*^ ' 

I WHEREAS, not only does the public benefit from this openness. 

but our democratic ideals and our republic are strengthened: 
' and 

WHEREAS, the Society of Professional Journalists, Sigma 
Delta Chi recognizes Freedom of Information Day each March 
16, the anniversary of James Madison's birth; and 

WHEREAS, it is fitting that the general public join in 
this observance, and thereby pay tribute to Madison's vital 
role in securing American independence and creating a free 
open society; ' 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim March 16, 1983 as 
Freedom of Information Day and do urge Californians to reflect 
upon the importance of a free press to our way of life 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 7th 
day of February 1983 




3(>'^^ 



^ W"* , — , 



3£xcnitit)c Bepartmcnt 

State of (Lilifonna 



FEB 8^:^983 

MWCH FOM 01, at^Mwy «t (Ml 



^ 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, we Californians must work to rebuild the robust, 
confident business environment which was once the core of our 
economic vitality; and 

WHEREAS, by building the minds, intellects, and personal 
skills of business students we can promote a healthy business 
climate; and 

WHEREAS, Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, 
represents over 200,000 secondary, post-secondary, and college 
students interested in preparing for careers in business and 
business education; and 

WHEREAS, FBLA-PBL provides the valuable service of develop- 
ing leadership, encouraging cooperation, and promoting good 
citizenship; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim February 13-19, 1983 
as FBLA-PBL Week in recognition of the efforts of this organi- 
zation to prepare future leaders in the business world. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 7th 
day of February 1983 

Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of Statj 




( 



r 



Deputy «i»«i^t*ry of St«t«=^g.- 






3^3 3 



^Pxccuriuc Department 

^tc of (LilifomiJ 



PTUED 

FFB9- 19&3 

(7 onW 7 gf 



PROCLAMATION 



ofh«I!"f^^^^' ""^^ inventive, progressive American spirit has 
often found expression in the field of engineer ing^^ aid 

WHEREAS, the various engineering professions «;nmp of 

sJrenSth/"' ^''':'^'^^' -- Play an Ir^lortlllToVe In the 
strengthening of tne nation's economy; and 

innoIJ^tivf ;r^H!i^°'"'^' ^'^'^^ ^^^ diverse industries and its 

State°of Caff?o°'^' '; ^f ^^^ DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
En1L%°rs^^i^fr?i^6a??fS^^!a'^ ^^°^^^^"' ^^^^-^ ^0 ^° ^6 as 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 8th 
day of February 1983 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



OCOWOC OCUKMCJIAN 



GOVERNORS OFFICE 
SACRAMENTO 95ei4 






FFR 14198-^ 



I P F. C T I O N 



.o t.e State ^'^ZnoTtV iV^TilTcl^o^To^T"' 
college Revenue Bond Act or 

§§90010 et seq.) 



TO the Honorable Jesse M. Unruh, State Treasurer: 

WHEREAS, the Trustees ^^3^ ^S^.Jif/f ^ilte^nth 

university, on J^^^^^Y 2^' .^ sixteenth Supplemental 
supplemental Resolution and a Sixte ^^^pted by 

Resolution ( -"PP^^^l^.f f^ ^?9?8) aStSorizing the . 
the Trustees on April 25, 196a^ ^^^^ ^^ California 
issuance of $^425,000 principa ^^^^^^ genes 
State university Housing system ks California 
I, and of $4,660,000 P^^"^^PJ^/5°^enue Bonds, Series 
s;ate university «°""^l/J^3oTut!ons were approved 
U thrifair^^o;rr^of^?f 13-^- State of 
California on February 8, 1983, and 

WHEREAS, the Trustees of the Calif ornia^State^^^ 

university, on ^^""^^^ J^^r^asurer be directed to 
requesting that the |^ate Treasurer^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^ 

offer said Bonds of Series « J° . ^hat the State 

the same, and a '^^^"J^^^^^f^Jf said londs of Series S 
Treasurer be directed to offer sai ^ig and 

for sale, and to^^^^J^^f^^^s' of notice contained in 
numbers set forth ^"^^he forms ot ^ ^ting the 

said resolutions, and ^"^"^^^^^^g^i^^iting sealed bids 
State Treasurer to cause J°^^f J/J^^es R and S to be 
-^l^iLnf the ^anP^r|^^PJovided^^^^^^ ^^^ 
rtrt^-^rrd'ofiortr^ol'^or^th^Statrof C^afifomia on 
February 8, 1983; 



NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of 
the State of California, hereby direct that you, as 
State Treasurer, offer said Bonds of Series R and S for 
sale, and sell the same, in the parcels and numbers and 
pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth in the 
forms of notice contained in said resolutions of the 
Trustees of the California State University. Said Bonds 
of Series R shall be $9,425,000 principal amount of 
California State University Housing System Revenue Bonds, 
Series R, dated March 1, 1983 and numbered Rl to R1885, 
inclusive. Said Bonds of Series S shall be $4,660,000 
principal amount of California State University Housing 
System Revenue Bonds, Series S, dated March 1, 1983 and 
numbered Si to S932, inclusive. The sale shall take place 
at the office of the Treasurer of the State of California, 
in Room 110, 915 Capitol Mall, Sacramento, California, at 
10:00 A.M. on February 23, 1983 or such later date prior 
to March 15, 1983 as you may determine. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the State of California to be 
affixed this /^ day of February, 1983. 




Attest: 




WjxajJJa -hic^ u<^ 

SECRETARY OF ^TATE 



7j 



f 



r 







^xcfotiDc department 

$utc of dalifomia 



MMCHRMGQi 




PROCLAMATION 



' . WHEREAS, Robert R n^^u 

ci£ri^T' -»-^-"-^of i;,:r-'L.^;„-^ 

WHEREAS, desDitP hio 
Robert R. DocksoJ\'|s' 1,^;^? business responsibilities 
endeavors; and '^'^^" '^^'"e for civic and humanitlJian 

WHEREAS, Robert r n^ , 

WHEREAS, in 1980-Hl d u 

^ WHEREAS, Robert R n^ l 

his co..unity en::Lo;sr:;d°" ^- — -ed .any awards for 

WHEREAS, the Bov q 

etforts of Robert r. Dockson? commending 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
day of February 1983 

Governor of California 
ATTEST: 

Secretary of state 



Deptfty Secretary oi'^t,'-" 



3G5C 



FILED 



^Exenitioe department 

3tatc or Cdliromia 



MMCH FOM EU, SK^Mlif «f SMi 



(^ 



Dtpuly 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, California Pool for the Handicapped, Inc. has 
since 1963 provided handicapped individuals a chance to swim 
free of charge; and 

WHEREAS, many physically and mentally handicapped indi- 
viduals have taken advantage of this opportunity, enjoying 
the water, making friends, and receiving personal care; and 

WHEREAS, the people of Long Beach have generously supported 
California Pool for the Handicapped with their time and dona- 
tions, creating not only a better program, but also a stronger 
sense of community; and 

WHEREAS, California Pool for the Handicapped has received 
many honors, including a Certificate of Recognition from the 
President's Council of Physical Fitness and Sports; and 

WHEREAS, I personally know, from having visited the pool 
Dust how much it means to the handicapped citizens who parti- 
cipate in this most worthwhile program; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby most highly commend the volun- 
teers who have made California Pool for the Handicapped the 
great success it is, on this, its 20th anniversary. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 11th 
day of February 1983 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of state 
Doffttity Socro 






3^31 



5xecutiV)c ©epartment 

3tatt of (Dlifomia 



MARCH FOMO Dll l«lM|Jtf Ml 






OtpilX 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, the Gahr High School Band from Cerritos has been 
invited by the people of France to participate in a musical 
exchange program in Tahiti; and 

WHEREAS, the band members, recognizing the value of such 
a cultural exchange, have raised their own funds to finance 
this trip; and 

WHEREAS, this musical exchange offers a fine opportunity 
to renew the historic bonds of friendship between the American 
people and the French; and 

WHEREAS, the universal language of music can help overcome 
cultural obstacles among the Americans, French, and Tahitians, 
thereby benefitting and enriching all; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby commend the members of the 
band, as well as the French and Tahitian people for their 
roles in this worthwhile exchange. Further, I do extend my 
best wishes for an enjoyable, fulfilling occasion. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 14th 
day of February 1983 




rnor of California 



Gove 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 

^ Statft 



Depbdi 



ty Secrotnry 



T 



'C3S 



'M: -^ 



FIUED . 

k Hit •«» el *• ••?*Er •» •*• 
a( Kw Sxita el Collfw»l» 



^XECUtioe Bepartmcnt 

3utc or California 



FEB 15 199^ 

MARCH fONQ EU, SwwWt ol SW* 
!7 Deputy (_/ 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, we Californians must work to rebuild the robust, 
confident business environment which was once the core of our 
economic vitality; and 

WHEREAS, construction is one of California's vital indus- 
tries, and can help lead the way to a rejuvenated economy; 
and 

WHEREAS, the State Health and Safety Code and local ordi- 
nances provide an effective means to safeguard life, limb, 
health, property, and public welfare; and 

WHEREAS, in order for the public to support more fully 
these necessary building safety measures, greater general 
awareness is essential; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim April 25 through 30 
as Building Safety Week in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 14th 
day of February 1983 





Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of Stete 



DetAity Secrotary oCjZlaU 




^^3? 



^xtcutiue Bcpartmcnt 



FILED 

FEB 171983 I 

IMHCH RM EU, SwntMT Bf 9M 



;5tatt of CaliTomia 



Dapwiy 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, American Red Cross volunteers provide countless 
services to their neighbors in times of great need; and 

WHEREAS, the tremendous emergency assistance provided by 
the Red Cross helps not only disaster victims, but also re- 
assures those of us who might suffer from catastrophe in the 
future; and 

WHEREAS, the Red Cross also conducts thousands of courses 
in such fields of daily interest as first aid, water safety, 
stress management, home nursing, and cardio-pulmonary resusci- 
tation; and 

WHEREAS, their duties carry Red Cross volunteers to hos- 
pitals, clinics, schools, and nursing homes; and 

WHEREAS, Red Cross volunteers make an especially signifi- 
cant contribution to the well-being of senior citizens, attend- 
ing to their physical as well as emotional needs; and 

WHEREAS, those who support Red Cross with their voluntary 
efforts, their financial gifts, and their blood donations are 
to be highly commended; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the 
State of California, do hereby proclaim March 1983 as Red 
Cross Month. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of 
the State of California 
to be affixed this 16th 
day of February 1983 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



t r{j^^-^ An<-fi^<- jiL^ 



Deputy Secretary, of state.^-, 



3^*^o 



In *• oMc. o» *. fcp ^yy* ■*• 

o( ««• Stot* of CoMfwnlB 



l^xccutiOE Bepartmtnt 

^tt or (laliromia 



FEB?. 3 1983 

MUCH FOtt EU. SwWy l« 
Dapuly 



fc*^ 



<-^ v< 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, the California Chapter of the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation, Inc. 
has since 1954 worked to combat myasthenia gravis; and 

WHEREAS, the California Chapter provides valuable information to medical 
professionals and supplies funds to institutions fighting this disease; and 

WHEREAS, the Chapter works to provide medicine to myasthenics as well as to 
counsel patients and their families; and 

WHEREAS, increasing general awareness of the disease is also a goal of the 
California Chapter; and 

WHEREAS, the California Chapter is having its awards dinner at which the 
song-writing team of Ray and Wyn Evans will be honored for significant contritm- 
tions to the Foundation; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby highly commend Ray and Wyn Evans and the other members of 
the California Chapter for their valuable efforts to fight this disease. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 18th day of 
February 1983 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secret ary o f Slate / 
Deputy Setfetary of State 



printed in California orricE or itatk pkintino 



Sii-§ 




iJxtcotide ©epartment 

;9tQtr of CatTomia 



_ F I L E D _^ 

•f llw SloM of CcMfernla iF 

FEB2 31983 



MVCHFQNG EU, 



EU, Sviftaiyaf Sttlil 



PROCLAMATION 



^"^fi^^S, Buckminster Fuller is a renaissance man whose provocatfve ideas 
challenge us all to think about ourselves and our world; and ^"^^""'"^ •««« 

J^'^^'^^AS Buckminster Fuller's concern about the future has led him to 
Inttiate a worldwide series of "Integrity Days": and 

»xam^fJ*tf,i^'Jo%'^'''^'^ ?'■ '"^^Snty Day is to give individuals an occasion to 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby proclaim February 26 as Integrity Day. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 18 th day of 
February 1983 



Governor of Califom 




A TTEST: 



IAIoaJIa 1rzn(A ^ 




;,^_ 



Deputy secretary of State 



pHnfrd in califoknia opfice or itate pkuvtmo 



SicH-^ 



^xcnitioe Bepartmtnt 



State of (Ealifomia 



PROCLAMATIOH 



In t,i» offln a| Hi* .'- 

mnis 17?"^ 

IMRCJi^FONQfltSec- -, ,„ 

Oepuf 



WHEREAS, William B. Shope is concluding a long and brilliant career in law 
enforcement as Undersheriff of San Diego County; and 

WHEREAS, William H. Shope entered law enforcement as a young man with the 
Oceans^de Police Department, later entering the San Diego County Sheriffi 
^^s7and '"^"^ community as a law enforcement officer for Mrty-fil^r 

obtHininnn^nu.^f^''"" ^Z ^^'^.'^ ''°^ inspired young law enforcement officers by 
n^J, ^ a law degree at night school, being admitted to the California Bar and 
practicing before the United States Supreme Court; and 

\^f ^J!f^^^^\ '? "" '*^«^«'"«'i'P '^'e, William B. Shope has been active in a number 
\Df professional, fraternal, and commimity organizations; number 

NOW THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
irmoTAT'rr ^-'^ll'y '^«— '^ '^•"'- «• Sho^e for his lifllongTdicJtiono 
Z S o/lenLrl °^,r^i^'"^ '"^ enforcement to his community and offerinl 
the kind of leadership that has gained California the justifiable reputat on of 
having the finest law enforcement in the world. reputation of 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 18th day of Feb- 
ruary 1983 

GovenMr of California 
ATTEST: 

Secretary of State /^ 





J^f^S 



i^xtnjtiut Btpartmtnt 

^tt of Catfomia 



FIUED 

I* Hw ••» •! UK tecr««0ry •! tM 

FEB2319I3 

MM^ raw EU, StcraMy of SM 

D.^ "^ (J 



PROCLAMAT/ON 



WHEREAS, Officer Kirk L. Johnson began a career in law enforcement with the 
San Diego Police Department in January 1980; and 

WHEREAS, during the past three years, Officer Johnson faithfully and con- 
scientiously served the people of San Diego; and 

WHEREAS, Officer Johnson was shot and killed on February 18, 1983 while on 
duty in his patrol car; and 

WHEREAS, the killing of a police officer is a shocking occurrence to be 
condemned by all citizens; and 

WHEREAS, Officer Johnson was only 26 years old and is survived by a wife and 
two children; and 

WHEREAS, we are all indebted to law enforcement officers, particularly those 
like Kirk L. Johnson who have made the supreme sacrifice; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby join with those attending Officer Johnson's funeral in commen- 
ding his selfless commitment to upholding the law. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 23rd day of 
February 1983 





z 



Vtt/^JcA 



Governor of California 



IT 



ATTEST: 



WlcjiacJIa Ir^ "^ 




eputy Swcretary of State 



piiMtd in CALmaunA ornci i>r rtAi* nnmmi 



Ji*^^ 



F1CED 



iJiecDtioe ©cpartment 

3tQtt of (EaBfomia 






MAR 1 - 






Stiti 



MMCH RWO EU, SwnWy Of Sti 



Dapuly 



PROCLAMATION 



j P/.oroS;f ;oS%f 7T;:S clr^'" C-'-^"- cont.nued her exceptional 
Coast photography; and ' ''^""^^ "" ^^« «P'>'' «"d styJe of West 



ffrea 



P"W.-3hedA£terNLS^ nonagenanans, resu/tmg in the posthumously 

b.rth of this talented andTolorful indM^nn, 'T'^''^''^^ anniversary of the 
California. colorful indmdual-as Imogen Cunningham Day in 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 2Sth day of 
February 1983 




GovenUr of Califom^ 



ATTEST: 



\MmcJlA ^h^A ^ 



Secretary of State 



Deploy si 



Secretary ZtJ^^uXf, 



J6</^ 






I^XfCDtioe Bepartment 

3catc of CatromiQ 



FICED 

MAR 1 - 19P3 

MMCHrowButMnMnrtdM* 



PROCLAMATION 

nrr.Z'!,^'^'^^' "'.'"""S"' **"^'^ ^"vers had for years caused loss of life, limb and 
property, our socety produced no effective mass response to maJthei-oaZ^afer; 

WHEREAS, one extraordinary Califomian, Candy Lightner, felt imoelled to 
a.a,en the nation's conscience after her daughter ^as\ill!d by a dS^c dTve" and 

neJ'Jito^ff^s^toTlL^!?'''?:.'' ^^'"■'^°^''°" ""'^ Perse^>erance resulted in a tough 
new aei of laws to fight drunk drivers in our state; and 

WHEREAS, Candy Lightner formed Mothers Against Drunk Driver'^ wh.Vh hn. 
grown to encompass 120 chapters and 23,000 members tlu^tThe "aUon; ati 

moZZ't^;, •^^AToTZ'cZry'llZnTr's!^^'^, ''-^''^''' ^" " ^«'-^'^- 
fnrH^'^Ji ^H'^'^^^^^^^ 'f OEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 25 th day of 
February 1983 




Govefhor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of state 



^ 



Dejft^ity Socrotarv' oH^tntcT 



printed in califoknia officb or wwArm 



J6^^ 




FILED 



fl* TiW otOTV Wf 



MAR4- 1983 

CH FONG EU. S«rat«y Oi still 



»5tatt of California 7 oiipiiiy 



PROCLAMATION 

on 



STATE OF EMERGENCY 

Noven^er 27, 1982 and fuJ^i^r ^ ^ ^' ""'^ flooding, commencing on 
January 21,' 1^83 roo a led ^ ^Ta'tT'of 'L:::'^^ "'''''' ^°^^^"^-' °" 
-nuarv 31. 19B3; and Pe.rua.v ^ 1^83 t ^ ^iTow ■ ng ^0^ Ls"' ^"^- 



Alameda 

Colusa 

Contra Costa 

Lake 

Los Angeles 

Marin 



Mendocino 
Monterey 
Orange 
Sacramento 
San Benito 
San Diego 



San Joaquin 
San Luis Obispo 
San Mateo 
Santa Barbara 
Santa Clara 
Santa Cruz 



Shasta 

Solano 

Sonoma 

Trinity 

Ventura 

Yolo 



The state of Emergency remains in effect for hh^ 

previously proclaimed on said dates! twenty-four counties 

peril to the ^a^ll^'f peTslVlZ" '''' '"''''' conditions of extreme 

rain=, high wi„d3,\°o'rnrdo:r h'i , . ^T^T^'Inr^f^^^ ' '^''''' °' ^^^^ 
of: '" '" ' lae., and flooding in the counties 



Butte 


Kings 


Glenn 


San Bernardino 


Kern 


Sutter 



Tehama 
Merced 



having now been requested by the Board of <=n. "^ counties, and 
• • ^. "^ ^°^'^^ °f Supervisors of said counties, 

cy and hereby 
bove eight 



I therefore proclaim the existence of a^t^^^'"'^'"-'' °' ' 

cot:::;: -^— -- -acetimrEmrrg:ncr;ran"inTh?:". 



be filed .^"ry;"e^:fThr:e^7e\^"^:/r ^^^^ proclamation 
publicity and notice be given t^ ^3 pro'clamat'on '"' '''' ^^clespread 

Creat Seal^of^^hritaTeTcaU^rnia^^^-r T '"' ^^"^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^^ 
March 1983. California to be affixed this J^5rf_day of 




GOVERNOR r 



ATTE 



Secretary of statel \ 



3C^1 



FILED 







i^xecudot Btpartment 

3tatt of CaltfomiQ 



MAR 3- 1983 

IWICH RWO HI, 8«»tt«> ol (jWi 



D^Mily 



PROCLAMAT/ON 



WHEREAS, Her Majesty the Queen, Elizabeth II, is the sovereign head of Great 
Britain; and 

WHEREAS, Great Britain and the State of California share deep and lasting 
bonds of culture, history, art, and democratic values; and 

WHEREAS, Her Majesty and His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, the Duke of 
Edinburgh, have graced the State of California by their visit and their profound 
interest in our heritage and concern for our people; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby welcome, on behalf of the people of California, Her Majesty the 
Queen, Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, to 
our state and express our deep gratitude for this treasured Royal visit. 



^^^Aa 




m WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 3rd day of March 
1983 




.<jC />.J"^*^'<fc«- '■■•l* * ■m*. ■ 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State ' 



jl StC',9 




fMrinted in California orricE or itatb ntnrriMO 



JC^Z 



l5xecDtit)e ©epartmcnt 

;Statt of CalTomia 







IMKH RWe EU, SMr(M|y of SUt( \ 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, farming provides the basis upon which great cultures and economies 
flounah; and 

WHEREAS, we Califomians are blessed with some of the most fertile lands in 
the world, allowing us to produce a tremendous variety of crops; and 

WHEREAS, agriculture is California's leading re source -based industry, and our 
farm prfjduction has, in each of the last 35 years, ranked first among the states of 
tne Union; and 

WHEREAS, the financial stability and productivity of California's agriculture 
enhances the economic well-being and vitality not only of our state, ^t of the 
nuEion; and 

WHEREAS, we must work to ensure that our great agricultural bountv is 
welcomed in the international trade market; and oouniy is 

h.nZ",^'^^^^' " '^.''PP'^''"*"^ th°f the citizens of Califomia-who derive so many 
benefits frrm our state's agriculture-pay tribute to the agricultural community; 

fnJU^Z' ™*«*''0««. '' GEORGE DEUK»iEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
l^J,U^l^^^^^ Pr.^^"" '^"'•'^^ 2J, 1983 as Agriculture Day in California and do 
urge the citizens of thus state to join in this worthwhile observance 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 2nd day of March 
1983 



mor of California 




prlmltd in calitowu orrici or rr»TE nUMTOra 



3C^9 



k|ll»«llM««1lwlMf«t^«' tMt* 



i!xtnitit)t Bepartment 

^tt of CabTomia 




^/)t4AUn^ /, 



PROCLAMAT/ON 



IVHEREAS, California's many extraordinary attractions, both natural and man- 
made, are known throughout the world; and 

WHEREAS, we Califomians are justly proud of our unique state which annually 
draws more tourists than any other state; and 

WHEREAS, travel and tourism in California encompass such a variety of 
^activities that it can truly be said that our state has something for everybody; and 

WHEREAS, many Califomians take advantage of the wonders of the Golden 
I State, vacationing here rather than travelling to other parts of the nation or world; 

land 

WHEREAS, more than 115,000,000 domestic and international visitors annually 
I come to California; and 

WHEREAS, travel and tourism have greatly contributed to the strength and 
I vitality of California's economy, generating over $27,000,000,000 and supporting 
I nearly 600,000 jobs; and 

WHEREAS, tourism can play an increasingly important role in our future as my 
Administration works to retKiild the robust, confident business environment which 
was once the core of our economic vitality; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby proclaim May 1983 as California Travel and Tourism Month. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 3rd day of March 
1983 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State/ 




Doputy si/crt)tary of State 



printed in CALiroRNiA orricu or vtatb riUKTiNO 



M 



3LS'<i 




£xecatit)t Btpartmtnt 

f^VL of (Ealiromia 



MftR7-19i3 V 

IWttH WW W. terttm of SW» \ 



D«P«fy 



9ROCLKUKTIOH 



WHEREAS, the General Federation of Women's Clubs is the largest volunteer 
organization of women in the world; and 

WHEREAS, the General Federation of Women's Club California Juniors is the 
California branch of the national organization; and 

WHEREAS, the purpose of the GFWC California Juniors is to improve the 
quality of life in various communities through volunteer efforts; and 

WHEREAS, the "Sew Image" campaign has been developed to increase the 
memt>ership of the GFWC California Juniors in order to better t)enefit the 
community; and 

WHEREAS, the GFWC California Juniors has designated April 24 as the 
beginning of the "New Image" campaign for 1983; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby proclaim April 24, 1983 as GFWC California Juniors Day and 
offer my genuine support to the cause of your organization. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 2nd day of March 
1983 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State , , 
DopuLy liO(-rccL*Ay oi* Gta 



printed in cALirfntNiA omcK or n-A-nt nmrrofo 



3<.SI 



£xtnJtit)t ©Epartmtnt 

^tc of Caliromia 



F 1 1: E D 

MAR 7- 1^83 

MARCH FONO EU, Stcralkiy of StM \ 





By 



U Dapuly 



PROCLAMAT/ON 

WHEREAS, the California Veterinary Medical Association is comprised of 
members in veterinary medicine throughout the country; and 

WHEREAS, the California Veterinary Medicai Association has set aside May I 
through May 7, 1983 as National Pet Week to commend responsible pet owners; and 

WHEREAS, many veterinarians will be holding open house at their clinics and 
distribute brochures on animal care, offer free health examinations for pets, and 
present educational programs for children; and 

WHEREAS, National Pet Week is designed to promote responsible pet ownership 
and better animal welfare; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby proclaim May I through May 7, 1983 as National Pet Week. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 2nd day of March 
1983 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of Stave // 

Deputy Slicrotaiy oi" Stat 




^11 



(n calipohnia offick of statb i 



JC5^ 






F I C E D 

Ml iW MHS of Hi* ■iWitB'y ^ ww§ 



Uxtcutloc Btpartmtnt 

' ^tc of Cabfomia 




MAR 7- 19? 

MARCH FOM EU, ItefitMII M IMl , 
w 0«pmy 3 



PROCLA MAT/ON 

WHEREAS, mental retardation affects nearly six million Americans and well 
over six hundred thousand Califomians; and 

WHEREAS, it is most important that every individual have an opportunity to 
develop his or her skills to the fullest; and 

WHEREAS, the general outlook of the populace has grown more positive, affording 
mentally handicapped individuals the respect to which they are entitled; and 

WHEREAS, we must continue to work to bridge the gap t}etween the more 
fortunate and the handicapped; and 

WHEREAS, the Association for Retarded Citizens-California and its fifty-four 
local chapters each March promote public awareness of mental retardation; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby proclaim March 1983 as Mental Retardation Awareness Month in 
California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 2nd day of March 
1983. 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary ©/"Sta^ 




printrd in califohnia office of itatk PUNTiifa 



3C^3 



i^XECOtitit Bepartmtnt 



^tt of Caliromia 



PICED 

la Ih* •■» •! ItM Iwralanr af SM* 
•I «M SMM el CoWemta 

"^ MAR 7- igl"^ 

MMpH FONQ EU, Sicfttiry of SMI . 
7"Dipoty ^ (J 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, the 1983 National Management Conference of the Society for 
Advancement of Management will be held April 18 through 20 in Los Angeles; and 

WHEREAS, management experts, delegates, and student members of SAM from 
throughout the nation will be exploring "The Impact of Emerging Electronic 
Technologies on Management Practices"; and 

WHEREAS, Society for Advancement of Management will honor distinguished 
managers with the presentation of professional grade awards, the Taylor Key, and 
the Human Relations Awards; and 

WHEREAS, Peter K. Balgochian Jr. of Xerox Printing System Division, Confer- 
ence Chairman; Dr. Tony Brown of Pharmaseal Labs, SAM International President; 
Clifford J. Doubek of Hancock Labs Inc., SAM Past International President; and 
Dr. Moustafa H. Abdelsamad of Virginia Commonwealth University, the President- 
Elect of SAM; will preside over various functions; and 

WHEREAS, this Conference should significantly enhance the awareness among 
managers of the needs for productivity gains and illuminate suitable methods for 
achievement of such gains; 

NOW, THEREFORE, /, GEORGE DEUKUEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby proclaim April 18 through 20 as Society for Advancement of 
Management Days in the State of California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 2nd day of March 
1983 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 







Poputy fiocretary of State 



printed in cALiroHNiA urrtcK or rrATK printino 



JCS-f^ 




iJxccotitje Bcpartmcnt 

^VL of CcHfomia 



FILED 

•( Mm SM* «< ColHernlo 

MAR?- 19§ 

MARCH FONGEU, 



Stertlf ly M SMt 



Dapmy 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, proper health care is an individual responsibility to which we should 
all pay careful attention; and 

WHEREAS, common sense diet and nutrition are vital to maintain and improve 
one's health: and 

WHEREAS, dietitians are highly trained professionals who assist people of all 
ages to eat the right types of food; and 

WHEREAS, the California Dietetic Association is committed to improving the 
nutritional health of Califomians; and 

WHEREAS, each March, the eleven local districts of the CDA sponsor special 
activities to educate the public about the value of sound diet and nutrition; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby proclaim March as Nutrition Awareness Month in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused t/ie Greot Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 4th day of March 
1983 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



Deputy SBcrotary of StaK 




u 



printed in CALironNiA orriCB or itatb pmntino 



3{, ^^ 



^xecutitjc Btpartment 

^tc of California 



FILED 

In tha oflict o< ih* SKr*tary of StcM 
^llw Snm » f t altfitfiA 

yURpA FONG EU, Secretary f State 



'f 



Deputy 



PROCLA MAT/ON 



WHEREAS, Stuart S. Taira served well and faithfully as a reserve officer with 
the Los Angeles Police Department since October 1981; and 

WHEREAS, on March I, 1983, Officer Taira was on duty, working to alleviate 
the effects of the storm in Los Angeles; and 

WHEREAS, at around 7:00 p.m. on March 1, the helicopter in which he was 
serving struck an overhead power line and crashed, killing Officer Taira; and 

WHEREAS, all of us are indebted to law enforcement officers, especially those 
like Officer Taira who have made the ultimate sacrifice while serving the people; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKUEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby offer my sincere condolences to the familv of Stuart S. Taira 
and do join those attending the funeral in commending his selfless commitment to 
public safety. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 21st day of March 
1983 

Governor of California w 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



by. 



^o 



a.- 



AmjUJj^ 



DopMty Secrotary oJXfitate 





3L^C> 



Fit: D 



W W9 4HMS M IMC l# 10^ Of •MVS 



•(liHl 



MflR8- 19831 



iSxtcutioc ©tpartnitnt 

;Statc or California 



MARCH FONe EU, S«ntaiy of Stili \ 



1 



'H% 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, Robert J. Davey served well and faithfully with the Alameda Police 
Department for ten years; and 

V/HEREAS, Officer Davey fulfilled important responsibilities with the Youth 
Services Bureau before volunteering for the Department's fight against narcotics; 
and 

WHEREAS, Officer Davey was killed in the line of duty on March 3, 1983; and 

WHEREAS, the death of Officer Davey is a tragedy to be abhorred by all 
concerned citizens of Alameda and, indeed, of Califonna; and 

WHEREAS, Officer Davey is survived by his wife, Susan, and four children: 
Krista, 10; Robert, 8; Kelli, 5; and Joseph, 3; and 

WHEREAS, we are all indebted to law enforcement officers, particularly those 
like Officer Davey who have made the supreme sacrifice; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby join in commending Officer Davey's selfless commitment to 
public safety. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 7th day of March 
1983 



Governor of California 



A<vC 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State 
Doj^ty Secretary am I 



State 



l^iecutiDc Btpartmcnt 

^tf of CaWomia 



MAR8 - isli 

MMICH fan EU, SMTitiiy W SMI \ 



LU££ 



Dapuly 



PROCLAMATION 



ca,=^ i^ : - --r^^ =r ^;:;- -S' °^ - -^^ °^ 

better; and iwi/ortunate .sittzation to be immediately changed for the 



WHEREAS, the President's Task Force on 



A,c.r;:^,rsr;Ls.^c^rv;2;:;^^o;^ ^-^ -^ ---^ 



victims and ^eir familil^;aTd ' '"" '"^''^''' ^°' '"•°^''""ff ^^^''^^^ 



' t.e p"ces!f/e^e:tyn7sS iTelileT'.'''''''"''' '''^'^ "^ ^-' « "- - 
de.verserv./es to vIcTirand S^ni^e^ar' "'' "'' ""'""'^ ^°°' '"'"^ '° 

netroro^feU'iisrtd'iir/runSr^^^^ ^"r' -^-'"^•- " 

political, social, civic and r^Unin,,^ ZIh ^ ^ sustained commitment of 

providing the folio JS;;^^Z^:Zi Z^^^'^' '^ ^'^^ ^'^ ^-' of 

"' =:7ar i-^ ---r - -'^ f^^-es before the State 
"' heZZT' ""^"""^ "■' ''«'•'■ ^°"""- - "^"'^ -^ juvenile parole 



(4) 
(5) 
(6) 



'^r^S^i^StiZ'J^Jr''''- '" ^'^" '"^^-^on against perpetra- 
p"iS^i;incS ''"' ^"■'- ^''""■"■^^ '■" «^^°--^ -'Stance fro. pub.c and 

'tZ'^cuL\T£rTm%e's' "^ °^ '^ '^''^^^'^^ '""'^-^ --^- - 
assistance When ISed; ^""^ "'"'"^ ^"'^ ''""^^^ '° °^^'« «"d 



ivrtnlfd In CALmmnA ornci i 



PAGE 2 



(7) compilinq a comprehensive list of victims' assistance resources including 
legal and medical counseling, financial, and other resources to which 
victims can be referred; 

(8) producing and distributing throughout California the necessary audio/ 
visual and print media public service anr\ouncements to mform the 
citizenry about victims' rights and promote the services made available 
mough the statewide McGeorge School of Law Victims Resource Center; 

(9) creating and maintaining a statewide network of volunteer lawyers to 
assist in providing legal services to victims and their families; 

(10) providing direct mail material to victims concerning victims' rights and 
crime prevention; 

(11) compiling amd maintaining a library and brief bank of victims' rights; 

(12) doing scholarly research on victims' rights; 

(13) preparing and publishing articles and other publications relevant to 
promoting services to victims and their families; 

(14) acting as a clearinghouse of information for victims' assistance resources; 

(15) providing legal assistance to victims' advocacy and service programs; 

(16) training attorney and non-attorney victims' advocates concerning the 
legal rights of victims; 

(17) preparing and filing amicus curiae (friend of the court) briefs in carefully 
selected local, state, and national victims' rights cases on appeal; 

(18) assisting victims to enforce restitution orders against perpetrators; 

(19) providing support to the National Victims' Assistance Legal Organization 
in its efforts to aid victims and promote their rights; 

(20) promoting awareness of the plight of victims and their families; and 

WHEREAS, there is no similar comprehensive statewide program for victims 
and their families; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby proclaim the profound gratitude of the people of California and 
extend their heartfelt encouragement to McGeorge School of Law for beginning 
this exciting, new, private sector-oriented crime victims' services program. I urge 
all federal, state, and local officials-as well as law enforcement officials, 
i agencies, and associations; and legal, political, social, religious, and civic leaders 






=Ba 



PAGE 3 



Z^.^? ^'^"^ "■'■""•"" ^'^G««'^« School of Law in developing and implement- 

mgis ambiUous new state wide program to deliver legal serviceito cnme vSs 

l^n^ '^^r"'" ""'* '"'^'^°"- ' "'^^ a" citizens to become actively involved^n 
.mproymg t/,e cr.mma/ /u.st,ce system and to devote special attention to the needs 
of Victims of crime, their families, and survivors, and to redouble IheVr Iff ons to 

o7SJS't:'^?n^ir?;r '^ ^^^ "-^- ' -^^^ °" ^t^- ejected a^ TpXtZ 
o/rictajs to ^in m t/iis effort to make our justice system more helpful to those it 
was deigned to protect. And I urge all citizens, from all wal^ of Ufe to 
remember that the personal tragedy of the victim is their own tragedy as well 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 4th day of March 
1983 



Gov^or of California // 



r^ 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



6 7 }jUuz<j^ L-UioACL. 
D^ty Secrotary 



^W- 



3^irf 






^icfotiDt Btpartmtnt 

dtatt of (Dlifomia 



FILED 

HI W9 QMM Of flW 99CTVtoTy Cv Slvlv 

1^ _ w llw Slot* of CdlHofstp 

MAR 1 1983 

MM^ F0N6 EU, Stcrebry bf State 



PROCL A MAT/ON 



u,*.Tan?^^^' '°'''""' "''"""'■"» '"''""^^'•^ «^"ve to .,„prove hospital proced- 

orpaTeSf^^.n^prre^t^r^^^^^^^ ^'^-"'"^ «-^e.s wos 

mtl^^^emof in^'L^'na^^^^ "" accred.tat.on progn,. w^ch has bee. 

wa.Te''^ifMS^fSr^, ^^^^^^^^^ ^-°^-'. - -«P-t.on 

April 4. /983; """onng hospa<i\ admitting personnel during the week of 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DFUKUFiiam ,- 
California, do hereby P^c/a.mX week of A,!n^ . ';q«7^'^Z'' °^ "^^ ^^'« °^ 
Managers Recognition W'eek ' ' ' '®*^ °* "°^P"°' Admitting 




/N WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 8th day of March 
1983 

GoverrKr of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretory of SUi 




jLCca 




3L^"1 



FILED 

In tha office of th« Secretory of Stat* 
of th« Stoto of Coli|(|»(f>ia 



3£xccuriue Bepartmcnt 

j5utc of (LiliTornia 



MAR5>3 1# 

MARCH FONG EU. Sccretar)/ of Stats /I 



f 



Deputy 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, farming is fundamental to civilization, providing the basis from 
which economies and cultures flourish; and 

WHEREAS, we Califomians are blessed with a tremendous tmunty produced in 
some of the most fertile lands in the world; and 

WHEREAS, the California Young Farmers Association is a statewide, non- 
profit, non-political organization dedicated to establishing young people in 
agriculture; and 

WHEREAS, the CYFA was organized in 1936 as an alumni association of the 
Future Farmers of America to assist youths who were beyond the high school 
level; and 

WHEREAS, CYFA members, in preparing for agricultural careers, strive 
continually to improve agriculture for the well-being of Califomians and, indeed, 
all Americans; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Govenwr of the State of 
California, do hereby proclaim March 20-26 as California Young Farmers 
Association Week. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be 
affixed this I6th day of March 
1983 



Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State 




Deputy 



State 



^^ 



364 



iExecurioc Btpartmcnt 

dtatc of California 



F F L E D 

In ih. affitt •« th* Swr>fqni o( SM* 

MAR 1 ", l'^^ 
MWH fONO EU, Stcrjtarylof Stat* 

C/ Deputy 




PROCLAMAT/ON 



WHEREAS, the firat manned hot air baJtoon fJight took place near Paris, 
France on November 21, 1783; and 

WHEREAS, shortly thereafter, pioneering American balloonists took to the 
air in Baltimore, Maryland; and 

WHEREAS, the United States and France, among other nations, will celebrate 
the bicentennial of these significant achievements; and 

WHEREAS, Americans have reason also to commemorate the 80th anniver- 
sary of the Wright Brothers' historic flight at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina; and 

WHEREAS, this bicentennial provides an opportunity for all of us to acknowl- 
edge the benefits derived from air and space flight, including advances in 
engineering, science, travel, and trade; and 

WHEREAS, flight continues to challenge the imagination and the expertise of 
man/cind, holding promises of even greater advancements; and 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of 
California, do hereby proclaim 1982 as the Bicentennial of Air and Space Flight. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 1 4th day of March 
1983 

Governor of CalifomiaC/ 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of Stated y^ 
^ Deputy 'Socro lav / of 



by. 



state 



3C>C( 



^xtnititic department 

^Jtc or (LiliTorma 



In fli» effict «* rtw SMratary of Shila 
»< '*>« Stat* a( Callf^fn^ 

MARTsHf 

M^tjH FONG FU, Secretary »f statB 

By 'j'M -Aill-'- ' ~ " 






Deputy 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS. hloydO. Barton has concluded a long and brilliant career fn law 
enforcement as Sheriff of Inyo County: and 

h«,.!J!"f'*fi!*r*;/'''"'^ ^- *""'°" entered law enforcement as a young man after 
having faUhfully served his country in the military during World War II, and 

IVHEREAS Fioyd O. Barton served with distinction in the Bishop Police 
DeZtZn,' T, ""T'" ^'''■•■^^'' department, El Dorado County ^Sheriff's 
^e%7l97S;'^J'^ "^ ^''"^^'' ''"^'•'"'*"^' P^^'' '« "'« election as 

WHEREAS, his leadership ability was recognized by his peers, and Floyd O 
Barton served as the State Sheriffs' representative on the pr^So^ 
Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training; and prestigious 

i^nZlf^^^^r ^'°^ °- f*""'°" ^°^ devoted countless thousands of hours in a 

»w/o/X^r,>.T'' ^'"'""?'' ""^ professional organizations, enrichingVe 
lives 01 everyone in his community; 

r„uZ ''?''^'"'?'*f' ^' ^^°«^^ DEUKHEJIAN, Governor of the State of 
CoUfomia, do hereby highly commend Floyd O. Barton for his thirty-five year 
dedication to the most difficult task of providing law enforceiZnlto Ms 
Ca7iToZr'f ^P''°'"''j'"'/"- '^•■"rf of law enforcement leader^^ZTLrnadl 





IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 14th day of March 
1983 



CovemVr of Calif orniaV 
ATTEST: 

tcretaiy of Slate .y ^^ 
Jeputy Jocjotary of Stat© n^ii 



ja^ 




FILED 

In tht aWx* of th* Swritary of StoH 
(rf th* S(ot« sf CalHfnifc) 

MARl3 199"i 



i£xtnitft)t Bepartmcnt 

dtJtc of fLiliTomia 



MARCH FONG tU, Secretary l|)f Stat> 



(J Deputy 



PROCLAHATIOH 



WHEREAS, occupation by the Soviet Union of Afghanistan continues una- 
bated, causing immense privation to, and suffering among, the people of 
Afghanistan; and 

WHEREAS, the Soviet occupation of this independent and sovereign land has 
noMi entered its fourth year, with over one hundred thousand Soviet troops in 
Afghanistan; and 

WHEREAS, Soviet use of the most inhumane weapons, including chemical and 
biological weapons, has become increasingly evident in Afghanistan: and 

WHEREAS, the number of refugees forced to flee Afghanistan has steadily 
increased: and 

WHEREAS, the spirit of the people of Afghanistan, their resistance to 
occupation, and their struggle to regain sovereignty inspire people throughout 
the world; and 

WHEREAS, the people of Afghanistan observe March 21 as the start of their 
New Year; and 

WHEREAS, the President of the United States declared March 21, 1982 as 
Afghanistan Day; 

NOW, T:iEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of 
California, do hereby proclaim March 21, 1983 as Afghanistan Day. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have 
/lereu/i to set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 14th day of March 
1983 





Governor of California 




ATTEST: 



UIIOaJIa liWA wo 

■"tate / 



Secre tary of State Z' , 




T 



Deputy S/crotarv of Stato 



iu-s 






FILED 

la IIm efflca o( ttit Sccratory of SM* 
•4 Ih* Stota o< CalK^olfi 



MAR 13 ^"rV 



f xcnitiue Bepartment 

3t3tc or Caliromia 



MAKH TONG EU, Secretary df State 
Deputy 



¥ 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, all citizens should be aware of the ever-present dangers posed by 
poisonous household substances: and 

WHEREAS, infants and children too often have access to commonly used 
medicines and to such toxic household products as polishes, cleaners, lighter 
fluids, anti-freeze, and paint solvents; and 

WHEREAS, the informational and educational efforts of many of California's 
organizations have been instrumental in heightening awareness of the need for 
poison prevention, including the proper use of child protective packaging; and 

WHEREAS, recent figures show a continued decline in the accidental 
ingestion among children of household products; and 

WHEREAS, there has also been a notable decline in fatalities caused by the 
accidental poisoning of babies and children; and 

WHEREAS, National Poison Prevention Week is celebrated throughout the 
United States during March 20 to 26; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of 
California, do hereby proclaim March 20-26, 1983 as Poison Prevention Week in 
California. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 14th day of March 
1983 




Governor of California 




ATTEST: 



l/Umd^ ^h^c^ "^ 





Deputy Secretary o: r;;.."tn 



>?^^'/ 



ITS 



FILED 

In tht efllct «< thi S*cr>tary of Slal* 



3P|tnitii3C Btpartment 

dtatt of CJlifomia 



MAR1G19? 

MARCH rONO EU, StcrttirVlof Stats 



byOMjd, 



1.1^. J: 

Otjyjty 




PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, Frederick E. Stemrich is concluding a long and brilliant career as 
Assistant Sheriff in Los Angeles County: and 

WHEREAS, he served his country honorable as an infantryman in the South 
Pacific during World Mar //; and 

WHEREAS, Frederick E. Stemrich entered the Los Angeles County Sheriff's 
Department as a young man and, through ability and tenacity, rose through the 
ranks and held the highest civil service position attainable; and 

WHEREAS, during his thirty-year career he distinguished himself as an 
outstanding administrator and leader, typifying the law enforcement executive 
who has earned for his department the international reputation for excellence it 
so much deserves: 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of 
California, do hereby highly commend Frederick E, Stemrich for his lifelong 
dedication to the most difficult task of providing law enforcement to his 
community, and do further extend to him and Eileen, his wife of thirty-five 
years, my very best wishes for an extended and fulfilling retirement. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this Nth day of March 
1983 

Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

\JUmcSa Iwa «<- 




Deputj ic^roiuiy of State 



3^(.^ 



^xtnitiuc Bepartmcnt 

i^tatc of California 



FILED 

In f!i« office of th. S«cret»tr>i of St<j1« 
— of Hm Stofi sreMHuila 

MAJCH FONG EU. Secretar)) of Stats 
vT Deputy /] 



PROCMMATiON 



^^^^cfl^'r^aSnZ^:^^^^ ^^Port of t.e gene., 

groups: and ^ "^^ qtioiity of social services to individuals and 




IN 



WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 

1983 ""'* ^''^ "^"^ °^ '^""^^ 



^ 



Gove 



ATTEST: 



mwr of California O^ 



Secretary of Stated 



Deputy Se(/totary of State 




3£xccutioc Bepartmcnt 

State of California 



PROCLAMATION 

OF~A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



FILED 

In )ha •ffic* af lh« Sccritory of '. 
•> Id* iMt* •( Calltornia 

MUCH FONG eu, SKril^ry of State 



By.^' 



Deputy 



round th.. condition, of ""%" '"" ,'.° .'.'*, ".", of h'.v, r.l... 
property exl.t.d In th. St.te ° ="<^7",\'<,„';„,', „™enclne on Novo.bor 



Alameda 

Butte 

Colusa 

Contra Costa 

Glenn 

Kern 

Kings 

Lake 



Los Angeles 

Marin 

Mendocino 

Merced 

Monterey 

Orange 

Sacramento 

San Benito 



San Bernardino 
San Diego 
San Joaquin 
San Luis Obispo 
San Mateo 
Santa Barbara 
Santa Clara 
Santa Cruz 



Shasta 

Solano 

Sonoma 

Sutter 

Tehama 

Trinity 

Ventura 

Yolo 



The State of Emergency remains in effect for those thirty-two counties 
previously proclaimed on said dates. 

IN ADDITION. 1 have found that ^'^/^^-^^^^^^Velrt "o'f ^^aTra^^sI 
to the safety of persons and property exist as a result ot ne y 
Mgh winds, high tides and flooding In the counties of: 



Del Norte 
Fresno 



Madera 
Napa 



Placer 
Riverside 



Stanislaus 
Tulare 



c ..m.= HlsABter exceeds the capabilities of 
Because the magn tude of ;»'*; YaTuUIes of said counties, and having 

services, personnel. ^''"iP"^"^/"''/^;;"" ^/^vlsors of said counties. I 
now been requested by the B rd , Supervisors of^^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^ 

;;;rel::: trcimorn^a ;:a"et\me Emergency Plan In the above eight 
counties. 

,,., .; x"or." •^^^s^-/^^t.^^•^':^r.r'rrrid 

publicity and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF. 1 have hereunto set my X'hW>""day 'of 
Great Seal of the ^State of California to be affixed this _^il. day 
March 1983. 



/JtiT » c r.* ,o.<xa *^Ca. ^'v*^* »-%^ ' 

fMVF.RNOR (f 



^ :> 



ERNOR 
ATTEST : 

Secretary of State 

by 



\a.xi^^. ^AjJM 





■^-^ -A/ 



A A^A^ 



3U1 



£xtcutit)E Btpartmtnt 

^tc of Cabfomia 



FILED 

In t!ie office of th« Secretory of Stal* 
of ilie Stol* of CaiKernio 

MAR 17 1983 

MARCH FONG EU, S«cret?ry of Statt 
Deputy 



?R(^LKHKTlOH 



WHEREAS, coin collecting is a hobby which has both educational and cultural 
■value, providing avenues of international understanding and cooperation; and 

WHEREAS, National Coin Week has been recognized as a salute to the 
numismatic fraternity which endeavors to preserve a rich national heritage; and 

WHEREAS, the American Numismatic Association, The Canadian Numismatic 
Association, and the Sociedad Numismatica de Mexico have joined together to 
designate the week of April 17-23, 1983 as Coin Week North America; and 

WHEREAS, the California State Numismatic Association will hold its 72nd 
Semi-Annual Convention in San Francisco, April 14-17, 1983; and 

NOW, THEREFORE, /, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby proclaim April 1 7-23, 1983 as Coin Week in California. 



IN 




WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 16th day of 
March 1983 

Governor of California 
ATTEST: > 

Secretary of State 

by u 




prinird in California orriCE or statb printmo 



epttty Seei^etai^of Stat 






3M 



^XtcDtitJt Btpartmtnt 

;gtatt of Catifomia 



?ROCLMAhTlOH 



FILED 

In t!ie offic* of the Stcrctary of StoM 
of th« SMf* of California 

MAR 17 1983 

MARCH FONG EU, Secretary of Stato 
Deputy 



WHEREAS, our children are our most vital resource upon whom the future o^ 
OUT nation rests; and 

WHEREAS, we should make every effort to ensure that California's children 
receive adequate food, shelter, clothing, and medical care; and 

WHEREAS, disease, poverty, accidents, and abuse threaten the healthy 
development of many children; and 

WHEREAS, these factors can be mitigated by society's devoting more 
attention to the problems faced by children; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby proclaim April 1 to 7, 1983 as the Week of the Child in California. 



/N WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 16th day of 
March 1983 




Governor of California^ 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



^ 



.v:^^- Af^.<^_4_ 



Jwi>Uuy owuroiai y Oi^ State 



prtmi»d in CAi-iroiiNiA urncs or state VRDrrmo 



SCL^f 



IJxcrntiOE Btpartment 

3tatt of CalifomiQ 



LED I 



PROCLAMATION 



F F 

In llie office o( tht S«cratary of Stal« 
of Ih* Stat* o< ColHornla 

M'^.R 1 .^ |on3 

MARCHFONG EU, Secretary of Stat* 
By (:5!^^e.-v_. _^ 
Deputy 



de^i'cf^^Jf ' ^^ ^'"•^'^ ^f ^-- - - o;^an.zat.o. dedicated to figHting ,irm 

-'ea.e. "r.e Outsider.," ^«ed on tt^XrrnovC/'5Ts!irtonTd'''' '"^^^^ 
WHEREAS, proceed. ,,.. ,.„ ^vent .ill benefit tUe Marc, of Oimes; an, 

^ aTnd^^f^e^iir/."?;:? '" "'''' '" '''^ '-'^'"^ -'« - "Pony^oy" ar^ .ill 

'^O'^.'"«fiRKF0Rfi,/, GEORGE OEl/KiMKJMW r 

fom.a. do .eneby p.oc/a,m More. 2?fs«??/:fj;^oSd7J Ji;!'^ "^"'^ °^ ^°"- 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 16th day of 
March 1983 





^ 



*3^ 

Governor of Califomi 




ATTEST: 



Secretary o/- state i 



c-< cCi 



A. 



XMntcd in caj-ifobnia orrici 



^^pI^Li^^^^^rTiFi^tr' 



"' 'TATE rantnm 



di>70 



i^Kcutioc Bepartment 

^tatc of California 



PROCLAMATION 



■■'AR i 7 19,33 



OeZ^l^^^;/;^"',^; «7;^^^^^ Z^- Angeles County Sheriff's 

enforcement, epUoma^n7 Z ha/rrS%^rT„,r" °"^ "'°'"^" '" '«- 
reputat,oa/orexce//ence/n/au-en?orcememfand ^°"^°'^"' ''" international 

v.rtaa//ya// of his adult life; ' '^^"^''^ "^""' ""'"'y «rve them 

f^OW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEVKMEJIAN Cr. 

fomxa, do hereby highiv com,,,,.nd w^f/.^m n hJJ* ^r^'^°'" °^ '^^ ^'°'« "/^ C""" 
to the most difficulhask of Zvidinal.Z Jn'f ^^ ^°'' '"^ "'^^"'""^ dedication 
further ..h h.m the ve^ ^sTfoTXi; ::;^::Z^^^^^^ -^ ^° 



/N W/TNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 16th day of 
March 1983 

Govemifr of California ^ 



ATTEST: 





Secretary of State » 



by . 



"^^^^^^^^^^^^"^^^fll^ 



-3^-?/ 



FILED 



III Al tt.tt o( tilt Secrefoty ftf imHi 
•< lh< S:at« of California 

^/iARf?21983 



IJXeCDtiDC ©Cpartment ma^CH FONG EU, secretary of Stat. 



^te or Califoniia 



Byi2^ 



Deputy 



PROCLAMATION 

OF A 

STATE OF EMERGENCY 



I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of California, having 
found that conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and 
property existed in the State of California as a result of heavy rains, 
high winds, wave action, high tides and flooding, conunencing on November 
27, 1982 and further impacted by severe weather commencing on January 21, 
1983, proclaimed a State of Emergency on January 27, 1983; January 31, 
1983; February 7, 1983; March 3, 1983; and March 15, 1983 in the following 
counties: 



Alameda 


Los Angeles 


Sacramento 


Shasta 


Butte 


Madera 


San Benito 


Solano 


Colusa 


Marin 


San Bernardino 


Sonoma 


Contra Costa 


Mendocino 


San Diego 


Stanislaus 


Del Norte 


Merced 


San Joaquin 


Sutter 


Fresno 


Monterey 


San Luis Obispo 


Tehama 


Glenn 


Napa 


San Mateo 


Trinity 


Kern 


Orange 


Santa Barbara 


Tulare 


Kings 


Placer 


Santa Clara 


Ventura 


Lake 


Riverside 


Santa Cruz 


Yolo 



The State of Emergency remains in 
previously proclaimed on said dates. 



effect for those forty counties 



IN ADDITION, I have found that similar conditions of extreme peril 
to the safety of persons and property exist as a result of heavy rains, 
high winds, high tides and flooding in the counties of: 



Humboldt 



Mariposa 



Nevada 



Yuba 



Because the magnitude of this disaster exceeds the capabilities of 
services, personnel, equipment and facilities of said counties, and having 
now been requested by the Board of Supervisors of said counties, I 
therefore proclaim the existence of a State of Emergency and hereby 
implement the California Peacetime Emergency Plan in the above four 
counties. 

I DIRECT that as soon hereafter as possible, this proclamation be 
filed in the office of the Secretary of State and that widespread 
publicity and notice be given to this proclamation. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the 
Great Seal of the State of California to be affixed this Jtf day of 
March 1983. 



Governor V 



ATTEi 



•>:?^^, 



Secretary of State > 



by'^ 




: or tTATB PBINTINO 



"^-■'s..\^ 



- '> V A 



'U 1Z/ 



i^xecutitic Bepartmcnt 

^tatc of California 



FILED 

la th» ofTic* e( tb* S««r**w)\ el Slot* 

— ^ •« Mm ««■ at Crt im io 
MAO FONQ EU, SMratarj of \ 






Deputy 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, Gilbert V. Baker is concluding a long and distinguished career in 
law enforcement as a Chief Deputy in t/ie Sacramento County Sheriff's 
Department; and 

WHEREAS, Gi/bert V. Baker served his country honorably in the armed forces 
during the Korean conflict; and 

WHEREAS, Gilbert Y. Baker entered the Sacramento County Sheriff's 
Department as a young man and rose rapidly through the ranks and attained the 
highest civil service rank in the Department during his twenty-six year tenure; 
and 

WHEREAS, he has been inspirational to young men and women in his 

Department by setting an example as a true professional and encouraging 

academic excellence, himself obtaining a Master of Arts Degree in Public 
Administration; and 

WHEREAS, Gilbert Y. Baker has been one of the prime movers in 
reorganizing and modernizing the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department, 
earning for the Department the justifiable reputation of being one of the finest 
law enforcement agencies in the State; and 

WHEREAS, the citizens of Sacramento County and this state have had the 
good fortune of having a man of Gitbert Y. Baker's unusual ability and law 
enforcement qualities serve them virtually all of his adult life; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKUEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby highly commend Gilbert Y. Baker for his life-long dedication to 
the most difficult task of providing law enforcement to his community and for 
further enhancing the outstanding image that California law enforcement enjoys 
worldwide, and do further wish him the very best for a happy and active 
retirement. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 21st day of 
March 1983 





3i73 



FILED 

In t!i> ofTico of Ihi S«r>tary of Slot* 
el Iht Slatt o( CalHernlo 



J!Afi2243^ 



i^jcnirioc Bcpartmcnt 

dtatt of California 




PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, man has free will with the potential to do great good or great 
evil; and 

WHEREAS, many of us living today can recall one of the most heinous 
chapters in human history; and 

WHEREAS, the brutal, methodical Nazi atrocities which took the lives of 
millions of people represent a horror of almost incomprehensible dimensions; and 

WHEREAS, European Jews suffered the Third Reich at its worst- 
intimidation and harassment giving way to confiscation of property, forced labor, 
and mass murder; and 

WHEREAS, the twisted Nazi aim of identifying and killing all the Jewish 
people of Europe could conceivably have been achieved if not for the timely 
Allied victory; and 

WHEREAS, the conscious descent to hell by a cultured German people 
demonstrated that oppressors— along with burying their victims— bury their own 
consciences, their own humanity; and 

WHEREAS, the United States Holocaust Memorial Council performs a vital 
service by reminding us of this tragic episode in history so that we may forever 
be on guard against its repeat; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby proclaim April 10 to 17, 1983 as Days of Remembrance in 
California. Further, I call upon residents of this state to reflect upon the sober 
nwaniiuj of l/ii.t observance. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 21st day of 
March 1983 




Governor of Califomicr 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



Deittlty £ 



Secrotary 




J^7V 



r.Ti 



3!xefunoc Bcpartment 



FILED 

In the oEc* el the S«<r«tary of Stal* 
of lh< StoM ot Calltornta 

CH FONG EU, SecretaJVof Stat*' 

By .'^?'*^^«?<^ /4t\ 
Deputy 




State or California 



EXECUTIVE ORDER D-4-83 



WHEREAS, AB 2860 (Statutes of 1982, Chapter 1453) has enacted the Torres- 
Felando Long-Term Care Reform Act; and 

WHEREAS, the purpose of this Act is to foster independence and self- 
reliance, maintain individual dignity, and allow persons requiring long-term care 
services to be an integral part of family and community life to the fullest extent 
possible: and 

WHEREAS, an Interim Office of Long-Term Care has been established in the 
Governor's Office to develop an administrative action plan to transfer 
administrative and program funds to the State Department of Aging and Long- 
Term Care and to develop the transitional and organizational action plan to be 
followed by the Di-partment; and 

WHEREAS, tht Interim Office of Long-Term Care is responsible for 
submitting the action plan to the Legislature for approval no later than December 
1, 1983: and 

WHEREAS, the Governor's Office is responsible for the activities of the 
Interim Office of Long-Term Care and for ensuring that it has direct access to 
the Multi-Purpose Senior Service project as well as other programs within the 
departments in the Health and Welfare Agency that impact upon long-term care: 
and 

WHEREAS, the major impact of long-term care in State Government is 
within the Health and Welfare Agency: and 

WHEREAS, the Secretary, by law, is required to advise and assist the 
Governor in establishing major policies and programs affecting the State 
Department of Aging and Long-Term Care: 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and 
statutes of the State of California, do hereby issue this order to become 
effective immediately: 

1. The responsibilities of the Interim Office of Long-Term Care shall 
be delegated to the Secretary of the Health and Welfare Agency. The 
Secretary shall have direct supervision over the Office and shall ensure 
that the Office fully complies with the legislative mandates as provided 
under Sections 16339, 16369.1, and other relevant sections in the Act: and 




WL 



-^ 



PACE TWO 



The Secretary shall exercise the authority vested in the Governor in 
respect to the functions of the Interim Office of Long-Term Care as 
provided under Government Code Section 12850.4; and 

In exercising the authority conferred by this order, the Secretary 
shall ensure that the Governor is informed on each critical step taken in 
the development of the administrative action plan required by the act. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this Ji/ day of 
March 1983 



/Oc*-! 



Governor of California " 



ATTEST: 



\J{jimJl\ ^ho^ "^ 



Secretary of State 

Deputy Secretary fif State 



b y (/TlJi/)i(riLV 




% 7^^ 



i^jtcutiot Btpartmtnt 

3C3tr of CaliTomia 



FILED 

a th* Stott of CalMcUa 

MARnaigaf 

MARCH FONG EU, Secretary *f Start 



Deputy 




PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, crime continues to be a serious problem facing the citizens of 
this state; and 

WHEREAS, victims and witnesses of crime suffer hardship which may be 
physical, financial, or emotional: and 

WHEREAS, victims and witnesses who participate in the criminal justice 
system may feel further victimized by that system; and 

WHEREAS, participation by victims and witnesses in the criminal justice 
system is essential for the administration of justice; and 

WHEREAS, the public, as well as officials in the criminal justice system 
must recognize and be sensitive to the rights and needs of victims and witnesses; 
and 

WHEREAS, the official observance of Victims Rights Week provides an 
opportunity to recognize the rights and needs of victims and witnesses and to 
promote greater public awareness of the assistance available: 

MOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJiAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
w^'- 'Ik ^f^^y proclaim April 17 through April 23, 1983 as Victims Rights 
Week m the State of California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hamt and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 16th day of 
March 1983 




/0*-^<.e4^ ^\,M «*i ^ <.« •^A* . 
Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



M-«f .„ c«„„..,. „„,e. „, „„. £Wy Secretary ffif/Statff 






J^77 



^irruHDc Brparmicnt 

dtJtc of djiifomia 






P«OCLAA(y»T/ON 






'W IV/TNESS WHEREOF I na^>e 




Govi 



ATTEST: 



'^nor of 



California 



^icretary of stite 



DopL 



3C7^ 



iJxtcDtiDt Bepartmtnt 

3catc of Caliromia 



FILED 

hi ft* «ffn> a fSt J»rr*f(J^W StoM 
si iha }iat« at CalHMIa 



MAJCH FONG 

Deputy 



PROCL A MAT/ON 




WHEREAS, draftsmen and designers are crucial to the smooth operation of 
many businesses; and 

WHEREAS, our diverse, technical economy presents Califomians who work in 
drafting and design with especially significant responsibilities; and 

WHEREAS, these professional people demonstrate exacting skills in 
transferring ideas from mind to paper; and 

WHEREAS, there are nearly one-half million men and women engaged in 
drafting in this nation; and 

WHEREAS, the American Institute for Design and Drafting is holding its 
annual Convention and Exposition in Boston during the week of April 4, 1983; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby proclaim April 4 to 9, 1983 as Drafting Week in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 16th day of 
March 1983 




\ /}f.^ , ^ t fl^fl/niiii'i I 

Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State 




printed in CALiromifiA offici of itatk pmnti 



eputy secoex^ry 9f ^t? 



f 



3cn 



lExendtit Btpartment 

^tt of CaUToTnia 



MAS ^8 19831 

•"^^J^fONGEaSecreta^oif state I 



MuJ^t^^^" 



PROCLAUATION 



WHEREAS, equal opportunity and fair treatment are fundamental to the 
American way of life; and 

WHEREAS, it is essential that these egalitarian tenets apply to housing; and 

WHEREAS, an aim of the Civil Rights Act of 1968 is to guarantee equal 
housing opportunity by prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, religion, 
and sex: and 

WHEREAS, significant progress has txen made in the effort to ensure fair 
housing practices; and 

WHEREAS, the annual observance of April as Fair Housing Month calls public 
attention to the importance of this principle, while also encouraging even greater 
compliance; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKUEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby proclaim April 1983 as Fair Housing Month in California. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 17th day of 
March 1983 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



in CALiroRNiA orricK op 




ry of SLaLa 



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l^xecutiot Btpartmtnt 

3citt of (EaSromio 



o( Ihe S«<:rF4ry of 
Of Ih* Slal* •( CnllfarnM 

MARCH FONG £U, S«cre4 «' Sf3t» 



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Deputy Jj 



PROCLKtAkTlOH 



WHEREAS, our Founding Fathers recognized that education is a foundation of 
democracy, and 

WHEREAS, the young people of our nation remain today, as they were two 
centuries ago, our most vital resource; and 

WHEREAS, we must do our tiest to develop the minds, the intellects, and the 
personal skills of the young; and 

WHEREAS, our system of universal public education provides our youths with 
educations which allow them to join the mainstream of society as enlightened, 
productive citizens; and 

WHEREAS, Public Schools Week was initiated in California in 1920 by the 
Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of California; and 

WHEREAS, school districts throughout the state choose their own individual 
weeks to observe as Public Schools Week; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hervby proclaim April as the Montlx of Public Schools Week. 





IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 18th day of 
March 1983 



Governor 



of Califomla 



ATTEST: 



Secretary of State 



printed in cALiFORinA orrtci or statb piuntino 



ATB PIUNTINO I 

Pepi^ty SocrotUiy y 



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£xtcut!Dt Btpartnitnt 

3catt of CalTomia 



o« lh« »lol.<i( ColHorlta 

MARCH FONG EU, Secretary! >f State , 

By WATjjumi'^^^^ 

Deputy j (M 



PROCLAMATION 



WHEREAS, the dedicated efforts of the individuals engaged in the science of 
medical laboratory technology have contributed to the remarkable progress in the 
conquest of disease in the past quarter century; and 

WHEREAS, the health of the American public is contingent upon educated 
minds and trained hands, and the practice of modem medicine would be 
impossible without the scientific testing performed routinely in the medical 
laboratory, and 

WHEREAS, the medical laboratories have made an essential contribution the 
the quality of patient care through the efforts of clinical laboratory 
professionals; and 

WHEREAS, April 10 to 16, 1983 is recognized as Medical Laboratory Week by 
the California Association of Medical Laboratory Technology, the American 
Society for Medical Technology, the American Society of Clinical Pathologists, 
the American Society of Microbiology, the American Medical Technologists, the 
International Society for Clinical Laboratory Technology, the American 
Association of Blood Banks, and the American Association of Bioanalysts; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKklEJIAN, Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby proclaim April 10 to 16, 1983 as Medical Laboratory Week. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 16th day of 
March 1983 




Governor of California 



ATTEST: 

Secretary of State 




Deputy Socrejiury of State 




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I^xcnitioe Bepartment 

;5uti or CabTomia 



In lb* offic* of the SccreMjy o< Stat* 

W FONG EU, SKnrt^ of State 



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Depofy 



PROCLAMATION 



.JIJ ' ,. ^^' '*^'' ^'«^«"<^er yps,7aat< and Archbishop Germanos 

sparked a revolt among the Greek people who had suffered 400 years of 
oppression m the Ottoman Turkish Empire; and ^ ^ 

.» ^"A'^^^^: ^^l^ ^^^"^e-^o'^a struggle against tremendous odds resulted in the 
ZZmlZZl ''' "^"^"'■'^ '■'^^"'^ "^ ^'■''''''"' ••"^^P-'^--. and sSf- 

tniZ"^^^^- '" i"® ^"'^^^^'^'"S years, the Greek nation has asserted itself, 

,ucSS^fo4ht o'^rtfor^^t'^:;^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^"^ •" ^^^^ -^- -«^ 

h„„IIlH^»f ^^' ^^'^/"■^fo'•'■<^ friendship between our two nations has been en- 
hanced by the contributions of Greek-Americans in all walks of society; and 

WHEREAS, Greek-Americans throughout this state and nation will be joined 
^^all freedom-loving people in celebrating March 25th as Greek Independence 

forH^ZnZfH^''^'^^'^' ^5°**^^ DEUKMBJMN. Governor of the State of Cali- 
fornia, do hereby procJaim March 25th as Greek Freedom Day. 



IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 24th day of March 
1983 




/^^* tec ^KMk h Jta »■«•>■« • 

Govgfnor of California (j 

ATTEST: 

Secretary of Smte 



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Deij^ty Secretary oW State 



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3^xecutit)c ©epartmcnt 

3tatc of (Dlifomia 



MAO FONG EU, Secret^ of State 
U Deputy 



EXECUTIVE ORDER D-S-83 



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Sloleond loci gover„mm;,;S;,^;''J^. *""""'" ° "'" M""'"'"!' Oetw.en 



fc; 



W; DetaiJ recommendations which will hPln norn,it i , 

protect themsel.es from future nZ^rt'nZty,'"''' 90ver.,ne..s to 



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government coordmat.v/n. ^""""^ contmued state and Jocal 



PAGE TWO 

\(2) That the chairman of the Kew p^.. 

Government sHall be the^r^'eZr^ftTo^^^^^^^^^^ f^^'^f «" ^'«'^ -^ '^ocal 
I Who ,s charged w,th the respomiMltvof J,i.Jf?^ T°^ Government Affairs 

Three actional Administration representatives; 
Five city government representatives; 
Five county government representatives; and 
One special districts representative. 




IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have 
hereunto set my hand and 
caused the Great Seal of the 
State of California to be af- 
fixed this 24th day of March 



/<L^ 




GovenfSTo/- California 



ATTEST: 

yUMd\ 'hue, ^ 

Secretary of state 



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^xtcutiDe Bepartmcnt 

;5utc of California 



FILED 

MAR 29 1983 

I FONG EU, S«er«unf of SUtt 



EXECUTIVE ORDER D-6-83 



WHEREAS, major development projects have chosen not to locate in 
California due to excessive and extensive deJays in obtaining required permits; 
and 

WHEREAS, there exists an apparent need to etisure that the state expedite 
the permit review of major private and public construction projects having a 
significant impact on the state's economy; and 

WHEREAS, major development projects are required to obtain permit 
approvals from numerous state departments, t>oards and commissions before 
construction can commence; and 

WHEREAS, coordinated review by all required departments, tioards and 
commissions will ensure that these projects face a minimum of delay; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN, Governor of the State of 
I California, by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution 
and Statutes of the State of California, do hereby issue this Order, to t)ecome 
effective immediately: 

There is hereby established a State Development Review Panel to expedite 
the review of projects determined to have major economic impact. The 
Secretary of Business, Transportation and Housing shall serve as Chairman of the 
Panel, the members of which shall consist of the Directors of appropriate state 
departments. Upon consultation with other affected Cabinet secretaries, the 
Chairman shall convene the Panel. 

The panel ;hali: 

o Identify all