Current Status Bill Number:
3199Ratification Number: 32Act Number: 152Type of Legislation: Joint Resolution JRIntroducing Body: HouseIntroduced Date: 19950110Primary Sponsor: KoonAll Sponsors: KoonDrafted Document Number: PFM\7085BDW.95Date Bill Passed both Bodies: 19950323Date of Last Amendment: 19950201Governor's Action: SDate of Governor's Action: 19950404Subject: Sporting Dogs and Field Trials Commission
Body Date Action Description Com Leg Involved ______ ________ _______________________________________ _______ ____________ ------ 19950404 Act No. A152 ------ 19950404 Signed by Governor ------ 19950330 Ratified R32 Senate 19950323 Read third time, enrolled for ratification Senate 19950322 Read second time Senate 19950316 Committee report: Favorable 07 SFGF Senate 19950207 Introduced, read first time, 07 SFGF referred to Committee House 19950202 Read third time, sent to Senate House 19950201 Amended, read second time House 19950126 Committee report: Favorable with 20 HANR amendment House 19950110 Introduced, read first time, 20 HANR referred to CommitteeView additional legislative information at the LPITS web site.
(A152, R32, H3199)
A JOINT RESOLUTION TO CREATE THE SOUTH CAROLINA COMMISSION ON SPORTING DOGS AND FIELD TRIALS TO ASSESS THE IMPACT ON THE STATE FOR DEVELOPING FIELD TRIAL FACILITIES AND TO DEVELOP A PLAN FOR THE FACILITIES; TO PROVIDE FOR THE MEMBERS OF THE COMMISSION AND AN ADVISORY COMMITTEE; TO AUTHORIZE CONSULTATION WITH PUBLIC AND PRIVATE AGENCIES AND ORGANIZATIONS; AND TO PROVIDE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS AND FOR TERMINATION OF THE COMMISSION JANUARY 1, 1999.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of South Carolina:
South Carolina Commission on Sporting Dogs and Field Trials
SECTION 1. (A) The South Carolina Commission on Sporting Dogs and Field Trials is created to assess the economic, environmental, and recreational impact on the State for developing field trial facilities and to develop a state plan for providing the facilities. The commission is composed of seven members to be appointed by the Governor: two representatives of pointing/retriever organizations in the State; two representatives of houndsmen's organizations in the State which hold field trials for the purpose of judging beagles and hounds; two representatives of beagle and hound organizations in the State; and one-at-large member with field trial knowledge and experience who shall serve as the chairman of the commission. The members of the commission are not eligible for per diem, mileage, or subsistence.
(B) A nonvoting advisory committee to the commission shall provide information and staff assistance as needed. The members of the advisory committee who shall serve ex officio are the Speaker of the House of Representatives, President of the Senate, and the Director of the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources or their designees. The chairman of the Senate Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee and the chairman of the House Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environmental Affairs Committee each shall appoint one member to the advisory committee.
(C) In conducting its study and in developing the state plan, the commission may consult with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, the South Carolina State Forestry Commission, the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism, and any other state or local private or public agency or organization interested in or impacted by recreational field trials.
(D) By January 1, 1999, the commission shall submit its findings and state plan to the Governor, the Senate Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee, and the House Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environmental Affairs Committee. The commission terminates January 1, 1999, unless extended by the General Assembly.
SECTION 2. This joint resolution takes effect upon approval by the Governor.
Approved the 4th day of April, 1995.