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                         Laws of Minnesota 1983 

                        CHAPTER 260--S.F.No. 428
           An act relating to state government; repealing or 
          amending the statutory authority for certain executive 
          branch advisory groups; providing authority for the 
          creation of certain task forces in the executive 
          branch; amending certain laws relating to the 
          organization and expiration of executive branch 
          advisory groups; amending Minnesota Statutes 1982, 
          sections 3.922; 3.9223, subdivision 1; 4.31, 
          subdivision 5; 11A.08, subdivision 4; 15.059, 
          subdivisions 5 and 6; 16.02, subdivision 28; 16.872; 
          16.90, subdivision 4; 16.91; 16.911; 21.112, 
          subdivision 2; 41.54, subdivision 2; 43A.31, 
          subdivision 4; 45.17, subdivision 6; 52.061; 52.062, 
          subdivision 3; 82.30, subdivision 1; 84.524, 
          subdivisions 1 and 2; 84B.11, subdivision 1; 86A.10, 
          subdivision 1; 116J.04; 121.87, subdivisions 1 and 3; 
          123.581, subdivision 1; 126.531, subdivision 1; 
          128A.03; 129B.09, subdivision 8; 144.011, subdivision 
          2; 145.919; 145.93, subdivisions 2 and 3; 145.98, 
          subdivisions 1 and 3; 148.191, subdivision 2; 149.02; 
          151.13, subdivision 2; 152.02, subdivisions 11 and 13; 
          155A.06, subdivisions 2 and 5; 156A.06, subdivision 1; 
          161.1419, by adding a subdivision; 175.007, 
          subdivision 1; 184.23; 198.055, by adding a 
          subdivision; 206.08, subdivision 3; 214.13, 
          subdivision 4; 241.64; 241.71; 245.84, subdivision 4; 
          246.017, subdivision 2; 252.31; 256.481; 256.482; 
          256B.58; 268.12, subdivision 6; 326.41; 363.04, 
          subdivisions 4 and 4a; 507.09; Laws 1975, chapter 235, 
          section 2; Laws 1976, chapter 314, section 3; and Laws 
          1980, chapter 614, section 192; repealing Minnesota 
          Statutes 1982, sections 16.853; 31.60, subdivisions 2 
          and 3; 84.524, subdivisions 3 and 4; 86A.10, 
          subdivision 2; 121.87, subdivision 2; 121.938; 
          123.581, subdivisions 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7; 124.215; 
          141.24; 144.571; 144A.17; 144A.55; 145.98, 
          subdivisions 2 and 4; 214.14; 222.65; 256.483; and 
          363.04, subdivision 5. 
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA: 
    Section 1.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 3.922, is 
amended to read: 
    3.922 [INDIAN AFFAIRS INTERTRIBAL BOARD COUNCIL.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [CREATION, MEMBERSHIP.] There is created a 
state Indian affairs intertribal board council to consist of the 
following ex-officio members:  The governor or a member of his 
official staff designated by him, the commissioner of education, 
the commissioner of public welfare, the commissioner of natural 
resources, the commissioner of human rights, the commissioner of 
energy, planning and development, the commissioner of 
corrections, the executive director of the Minnesota housing 
finance agency, the commissioner of iron range resources and 
rehabilitation, and the commissioner of health each of whom may 
designate a member of his staff to serve in his place, three 
members of the state house of representatives appointed by the 
speaker of the house of representatives, and three members of 
the state senate appointed by the committee on committees of the 
senate.  Voting members of the board council shall be:  the duly 
elected tribal chairmen of the Fond du Lac reservation business 
committee; the Grand Portage reservation business committee; the 
Mille Lacs reservation business committee; the White Earth 
reservation business committee; the Bois Forte (Nett Lake) 
reservation business committee; the Leech Lake reservation 
business committee; the Red Lake tribal council; the Upper Sioux 
board of trustees; the Lower Sioux tribal council; the 
Shakopee-Mdewankanton general council; the Prairie Island tribal 
council; and two members to be selected pursuant to subdivision 
2.  The chairmen of the above Indian committees, trusts, or 
councils may designate in writing a member who shall have been 
elected at large to an office in the committee, trust, or 
council, to serve in his place.  Board Council members appointed 
to represent the state house of representatives, the state 
senate or tribal governments shall no longer serve on the board 
council at such time as they are no longer members of the bodies 
which they represent, and upon such circumstances, their offices 
shall be vacant.  A member who is a designee of a tribal 
chairman shall cease to be a member at the end of the term of 
the tribal chairman who designated him.  Ex officio members or 
their designees on the board council shall not be voting members 
of the board council. 
    Subd. 2.  [ADDITIONAL MEMBERS.] Two members of the board 
council shall be elected at large by Indian residents of 
Minnesota who (1) are legal members and eligible voters of a 
federally recognized tribe in accordance with the criteria of 
said tribe and (2) are not members of any federally recognized 
tribe with a reservation in Minnesota.  The election of at large 
members shall be in a manner prescribed by the secretary of 
state with the first such election for at large members to take 
place at a reasonable time, but no later than April 14, 1977.  
The manner of election, certification, and contest shall, 
insofar as reasonably possible, be consistent with procedures 
employed in general elections in the state so as to insure a 
fair election and ready access to the election process by 
eligible voters.  The voting procedure shall include voting by 
absentee ballot.  A person shall be eligible to serve as an at 
large member of the board council if at the time of the election 
he is a qualified voter within the requirements of the Minnesota 
Constitution, article VII and a member of a federally recognized 
tribe that does not have a reservation in Minnesota.  The at 
large election described herein shall be certified and regulated 
by the secretary of state.  The term for at large members 
elected in 1977 shall expire on April 20, 1981.  At large 
elections shall be held no later than April 14, 1981, and no 
later than every fourth April 14 thereafter, and the term of 
office for at large members shall be four years commencing on 
the April 20 following each at large election and ending at 
12:01 a.m., April 20 four years thereafter. 
    Subd. 3.  [COMPENSATION; EXPENSES.] Compensation of 
nonlegislator members shall be as provided for other 
administrative boards in chapter 15 in section 15.059.  Expenses 
of the board council shall be approved by two of any three 
members of the board council designated by the board council and 
shall then be paid in the same manner as other state expenses 
are paid.  The commissioner of finance shall be informed in 
writing by the executive secretary of the names of the persons 
authorized to approve expenses. 
    Subd. 4.  [MEETINGS.] Meetings may be called by the 
chairman or at the written request of five members of the board 
council.  A majority of the voting members of the board council 
constitutes a quorum. 
    Subd. 5.  [OFFICERS, PERSONNEL.] The board council shall 
annually elect a chairman and such other officers as it may deem 
necessary.  The chairman shall have the authority to appoint 
subcommittees necessary to fulfill the duties of the board 
council.  It shall also employ, and prescribe the duties of such 
clerks, employees, and agents as it deems necessary.  The 
chairman shall be an ex-officio member of the state board of 
human rights.  The appropriations and other funds of this board 
council are subject to the provisions of chapter 16.  The board 
council shall maintain its primary office in Bemidji and shall 
also maintain personnel and office space in St. Paul. 
    Subd. 6.  [DUTIES.] The primary duties of the board council 
shall be to: 
    (1) clarify for the legislature and state agencies the 
nature of tribal governments, the relationship of tribal 
governments to the Indian people of Minnesota; 
    (2) assist the secretary of state in establishing an 
election of at large members of the board council; 
    (3) make recommendations to members of the legislature on 
desired and needed legislation for the benefit of the statewide 
Indian community and communicate to the members of the 
legislature when legislation has or will have an adverse effect 
on the statewide Indian community; 
    (4) provide, through the elected apparatus of the board 
council, an effective conduit for programs, proposals and 
projects to the legislature submitted by tribal governments, 
organizations, committees, groups or individuals; 
    (5) provide a continuing dialogue with members of the 
appropriate tribal governments in order to improve their 
knowledge of the legislative process, state agencies and 
governmental due process; 
    (6) assist in establishing Indian advisory councils in 
cooperation with state agencies delivering services to the 
Indian community; 
    (7) assist state agencies in defining what groups, 
organizations, committees, councils or individuals are eligible 
for delivery of their respective services; 
    (8) assist in providing resources, tribal and other, in the 
delivery of services to the statewide Indian community; 
    (9) act as a liaison between local, state and national 
units of government in the delivery of services to the Indian 
population of Minnesota; 
    (10) assist state agencies in the implementation and 
updating of studies of services delivered to the Indian 
community; 
    (11) provide, for the benefit of all levels of state 
government, a continuing liaison between those governmental 
bodies and duly elected tribal governments and officials; 
    (12) interreact with private organizations involved with 
Indian concerns in the development and implementation of 
programs designed to assist Indian people, insofar as they 
affect state agencies and departments; and 
    (13) act as an intermediary, when requested and if 
necessary between Indian interests and state agencies and 
departments when questions, problems or conflicts exist or arise.
    Subd. 7.  [STATE OFFICIALS AND DEPARTMENTS; COOPERATION.] 
In carrying out these objectives and to ascertain Indian needs 
the board council shall have the right to confer with state 
officials and other governmental units, and to have access to 
such records as are necessary to obtain needed information.  The 
board council also shall have the right to call upon various 
state departments for such technical advice and service as are 
needed to fulfill the purposes of the board council. 
    Subd. 8.  [ADVISORY COUNCIL.] There is created An advisory 
council on urban Indians is created to advise the board on the 
unique problems and concerns of Minnesota Indians who are 
residing in urban areas of the state.  The council shall be 
appointed by the board and shall consist of five Indians 
residing in the vicinity of Minneapolis, St. Paul and Duluth.  
At least one member of the council shall be a resident of each 
of the aforementioned cities.  The council shall expire, and the 
terms, compensation and removal of members shall be as provided 
in section 15.059.  
    Subd. 9.  [ANNUAL REPORT.] The board council shall make an 
annual report to the governor and the legislature on its 
activities, its findings, and its recommendations prior to 
November 15 in each year. 
    Sec. 2.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 3.9223, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  [MEMBERSHIP.] There is created a state 
council on affairs of Spanish-speaking people to consist of 
seven members appointed by the governor with the advice and 
consent of the senate.  The members of the council shall be 
broadly representative of the Spanish-speaking community of the 
state.  Membership, terms, compensation, removal of members and 
filling of vacancies shall be as provided in Minnesota Statutes, 
section 15.0575.  The council shall annually elect from its 
membership a chairperson and other officers it deems necessary. 
The council shall expire on the date provided by section 15.059, 
subdivision 5.  
    Sec. 3.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 4.31, subdivision 
5, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 5.  The governor shall appoint an advisory committee 
of not more than 21 members, at least one member from each 
economic development region, to advise and make recommendations 
to him and the director of volunteer services.  Notwithstanding 
this numerical limitation, members currently serving on an 
advisory group to the governor's office of volunteer services 
shall complete their prescribed terms of office; thereafter, 
appointments of successors shall be made so as to be consistent 
with the numerical limitation contained in this section.  
Membership terms, compensation, removal and filling of vacancies 
of members and expiration of the advisory committee shall be as 
provided in section 15.059; provided, that members shall not be 
eligible for a per diem. 
    Sec. 4.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 11A.08, 
subdivision 4, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 4.  [TERMS; COMPENSATION; REMOVAL; VACANCIES; 
EXPIRATION.] The membership terms, compensation and, removal of 
members appointed by the state board, and filling of vacancies 
of such members, and expiration of the council shall be as 
provided in section 15.059 except that council members shall not 
receive a per diem.  
    Sec. 5.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 15.059, 
subdivision 5, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 5.  [EXPIRATION DATE.] Unless an earlier date is 
specified by law, the existence of each advisory council and 
committee governed by this section shall terminate on June 30, 
1983 1988. 
    Sec. 6.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 15.059, 
subdivision 6, is amended to read:  
    Subd. 6.  [ADVISORY TASK FORCES.] If the existence of an 
advisory task forces created after July 1, 1975 and governed by 
this subdivision force is mandated by statute, the task force 
shall expire on the date specified in the enabling legislation. 
If no expiration date is specified, the task force shall expire 
two years after the effective date of the act creating the 
advisory task force or the date of appointment of the members, 
whichever is later, unless a shorter term is specified in 
statute.  If the existence of a task force is authorized but not 
mandated by statute, the task force shall expire at the pleasure 
of the person or group which creates the task force, or two 
years after the first members of the task force are appointed, 
whichever is sooner.  A person or group with discretionary 
authority to create a task force may create another task force 
to continue the work of a task force which expires, unless 
prohibited by other law.  
    Members of advisory task forces shall not receive the $35 
per diem specified in this section but shall receive expenses in 
the same manner and amount as state employees provided in the 
commissioner's plan under section 43A.18, subdivision 2.  
Members appointed to these advisory task forces shall serve 
until the expiration date of the advisory task force and may be 
removed pursuant to subdivision 4. 
    Sec. 7.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 16.02, 
subdivision 28, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 28.  To provide an employee assistance program 
comprised of training, diagnostic and referral services for 
state employees and their dependents.  In conjunction with the 
program, the governor shall appoint an advisory committee on 
state employee assistance consisting of not more than 15 
members.  The committee, which shall be subject to the 
provisions of section 15.059, shall advise the commissioner 
regarding the operational policies of the employee assistance 
program.  
    Sec. 8.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 16.872, is 
amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  The commissioner of administration may 
accept, on behalf of the state, on such terms and conditions as 
the donor may prescribe, a building to be used as a state 
ceremonial building the governor's residence.  Such This 
building shall be used for official ceremonial functions of the 
state, and space shall be provided for suitable living quarters 
for the governor of the state. 
    Subd. 2.  The commissioner of administration shall maintain 
such the building in the same manner as other state buildings 
are maintained and shall rehabilitate, decorate, and furnish 
such ceremonial the building, and.  In carrying out such The 
decoration and furnishing shall be guided by the state 
ceremonial building council governor's residence council. 
    Subd. 3.  The state ceremonial building council governor's 
residence council consists of the following 15 members:  the 
commissioner of administration; the spouse, or a designee of the 
governor; the executive director of the board of arts; the 
director of the Minnesota historical society; a member of the 
senate appointed pursuant to the rules of the senate; a member 
of the house of representatives appointed pursuant to the rules 
of the house of representatives; seven persons appointed by the 
governor including one in the field of higher education, one 
member of the American Society of Interior Designers, Minnesota 
chapter, one member of the American Institute of Architects, 
Minnesota chapter, one member of the American Society of 
Landscape Architects, Minnesota chapter, one member of the 
family that donated the ceremonial building to the state, if 
available, and four public members.  Members of the council 
serve without compensation.  Membership terms, removal, and 
filling of vacancies for members appointed by the governor are 
governed by section 15.0575.  The council shall elect a chairman 
and a secretary from among its members.  The council shall 
expire on the date provided by section 15.059, subdivision 5.  
    Subd. 4.  The powers and duties of the council are:  
    (1) To develop an overall restoration plan for the state 
ceremonial building governor's residence and surrounding grounds;
    (2) To approve alterations in the existing structure as the 
council deems appropriate; and 
    (3) Notwithstanding the gift acceptance procedures of 
sections 7.09 to 7.12, to solicit contributions for and maintain 
and improve the quality of furnishings for the public areas of 
the building by accepting gifts of, or acquiring with donated 
money, furnishings, objects of art, and other items that the 
council determines may have historical value in keeping with the 
period and purpose of the building.  
    Gifts for the benefit of the state ceremonial building and 
governor's residence and surrounding grounds are not accepted by 
the state unless accepted by the council.  The council shall 
maintain a complete inventory of all gifts and articles received.
    Sec. 9.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 16.90, 
subdivision 4, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 4.  The commissioner, after consultation with the 
state information systems advisory council and the 
intergovernmental information systems advisory council, shall 
design and maintain a master plan for information systems in the 
state and its political subdivisions and shall report thereon to 
the governor and legislature at the beginning of each regular 
session; establish standards for information systems; maintain a 
library of systems and programs developed by the state and its 
political subdivisions for use by agencies of government; and 
administer the communications for the state information system. 
    Sec. 10.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 16.91, is 
amended to read: 
    16.91 [STATE INFORMATION SYSTEMS ADVISORY COUNCIL.] 
    To effectuate and facilitate the purposes and provisions of 
sections 16.90 to 16.96, The governor shall commissioner may 
appoint a state information systems advisory council, which 
shall task force to assist the department in the development and 
coordination of a state information services master plan and 
make recommendations from time to time to the commissioner 
concerning the progress, direction and needs of the state's 
computerization effort.  The council task force shall expire and 
the terms, compensation and removal of members shall be as 
provided in section 15.059. 
    Sec. 11.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 16.911, is 
amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  The governor shall appoint an 
intergovernmental information systems advisory council, to serve 
at his pleasure, consisting of 25 members.  Such council 
Fourteen members shall be appointed or elected officials of 
local governments, seven shall be representatives of state 
agencies, and four shall be selected from the community at 
large.  Further, the council shall be composed of (a) two 
members from each of the following groups:  Counties outside of 
the seven county metropolitan area, counties within the 
metropolitan area, cities of the first class, municipalities 
cities of the second and third class outside the metropolitan 
area and municipalities, cities of the second and third class 
within the metropolitan area, and cities of the fourth class; 
(b) one member from each of the following groups:  The 
metropolitan council, an outstate regional body, Minnesota 
higher education coordinating board, school districts located in 
counties within the metropolitan area, cities of the first 
class, school districts in the metropolitan area, and school 
districts outside the metropolitan area; (c) one member from 
each of the state departments of administration, education, 
energy, planning and development, legislative auditor, public 
welfare, and revenue; (d) one member from the office of the 
state auditor; and (e) four members from the state community at 
large.  To the extent permitted by available resources the 
commissioner shall furnish staff and other assistance as 
requested by the council.  The council shall expire and the 
terms, compensation and removal of members of the advisory 
council shall be as provided in section 15.059. 
    Subd. 2.  The council shall:  assist the commissioner in 
the development and updating of an intergovernmental information 
systems master plan, including data definitions, format, and 
retention standards and program budgeting systems and standards; 
recommending recommend to the commissioner policies and 
procedures governing the collection, security, and 
confidentiality of data; review and comment on all applications 
for federal or foundation funding for intergovernmental 
information systems and on all computer systems involving 
intergovernmental funding; encourage cooperative efforts among 
local governments in developing information systems to meet 
individual and collective, operational, and external needs; 
bring about the necessary degree of standardization consistent 
with local prerogatives; yield fiscal and other information 
required by state and federal laws and regulations in readily 
usable form; foster the efficient use of available federal, 
state, local, and private resources for the development of 
systems; keep local governments abreast of the state of the art 
in information systems and prepare guidelines for 
intergovernmental systems.  
    Subd. 3.  The intergovernmental informations systems 
advisory council shall (a) develop recommendations to the 
commissioner commissioners of revenue state departments, the 
legislative auditor, and the state auditor for the expeditious 
gathering and reporting of the information and data specified 
herein between state and local governmental agencies in 
accordance with cooperatively developed standards; (b) elect an 
executive committee, not to exceed seven members from its 
membership; (c) develop an annual plan, to include 
administration and evaluation of grants, in compliance with 
applicable rules; (d) provide technical information systems 
assistance or guidance to local governments for development, 
implementation, and modification of automated systems, including 
formation of consortiums for those systems.  
    Subd. 4.  The state and each unit of local government 
including school districts shall report the following data, to 
the extent feasible, and such data shall be compiled and 
reported by the commissioner:  
    (a) the incidence, rates, distribution, exemption from and 
total revenue raised of state and local sales, property, income 
taxes, special assessments and other revenue sources of the 
state and each unit of local government;  
    (b) the bonded indebtedness of local units of government 
and the relationship of such debt to statutory debt limits;  
    (c) the distribution of the state funds, by category, to 
each local unit of government;  
    (d) the amounts of state and federal grant-in-aid 
assistance to each local unit of government and state agencies 
by category;  
    (e) and such other information as the commissioner may 
require Appropriations and other funds made available to the 
council for staff, operational expenses, and grants must be 
administered through the Department of Administration.  Revenues 
derived from royalties, reimbursements, or other fees from 
software programs, systems, or technical services arising out of 
activities funded by current or prior state appropriations is 
appropriated to the council for the purposes enumerated in 
subdivision 2.  
    Subd. 5.  The commissioner shall promulgate rules 
regulating the reporting and gathering of such data and the 
rules shall provide, to the maximum degree possible, that data 
is reported in a form readily processed by or convertible to EDP 
techniques utilized by the commissioner or state auditor.  
    Subd. 6.  Data collected and compiled pursuant to the rules 
shall be available to any state or local official and employee 
and any private person under such reasonable conditions and fees 
as the commissioner shall prescribe.  Compilations of such data 
by the commissioner shall be in a reasonable form and available 
not later than April 1 of each year.  Reporting periods for the 
state and each local unit of government shall be from January 1 
to June 30 and from July 1 to December 31.  
    Sec. 12.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 21.112, 
subdivision 2, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 2.  [ADVISORY SEED POTATO CERTIFICATION COMMITTEE 
TASK FORCE.] He shall The commissioner may appoint an advisory 
seed potato certification committee to consist of six members, 
each of whom task force.  If the task force is appointed each 
member shall be a grower in Minnesota of certified seed potatoes 
, and shall serve without compensation, except he shall receive 
his traveling expenses and other expenses necessary in attending 
committee meetings.  The term of each committee member shall be 
three years from July 1 following his appointment, except that 
of the first committee to be appointed, two members shall serve 
one year, two members shall serve two years and two members 
shall serve three years.  Vacancies shall be filled by the 
commissioner for the balance of the vacant term.  Said committee 
shall hold at least one meeting each year and other meetings 
when deemed necessary by the commissioner.  The task force shall 
expire, and the terms, compensation and removal of members shall 
be as provided in section 15.059.  
    Sec. 13.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 41.54, 
subdivision 2, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 2.  [TERMS AND COMPENSATION.] The compensation and, 
removal of members and expiration of the council shall be 
governed by section 15.059.  The council shall meet monthly or 
more often as needed. 
    The terms of the members serving on January 15, 1981, shall 
end on the first Monday in April in the year indicated as 
follows:  
    (a) the dairy farmer and one officer from a commercial 
lending institution, 1982;  
    (b) the cash grain farmer and the officer from a farm 
credit association, 1983;  
    (c) the livestock farmer and one officer from a commercial 
lending institution, 1984; and 
    (d) the agricultural economist, 1985.  
    After a term expires as provided in clauses (a) to (d), all 
successors shall be appointed for four year terms.  The terms of 
the present officers from a commercial lending institution shall 
be decided by lot subject to clauses (a) and (c).  
    Sec. 14.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 43A.31, 
subdivision 4, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 4.  [INSURANCE ADVISORY COUNCIL TASK FORCE.] The 
commissioner shall may appoint and serve as chairman of an 
insurance advisory council task force consisting of 11 12 
members.  Two Three members shall be selected from names 
submitted by exclusive representatives of state employees.  One 
member shall be selected from names submitted by exclusive 
representatives of employees of the University of Minnesota.  
One member shall be selected from names submitted by 
organizations representing retired state employees.  One member 
shall be selected from names submitted by the regents of the 
University of Minnesota.  The commissioners of administration, 
insurance, health and finance, and the deputy commissioner for 
labor relations or their designees, shall serve as the other 
members.  Except as provided in this section, the provisions of 
section 15.059 shall apply to the members of the council task 
force.  The council task force shall advise the commissioner in 
the selection of carriers matters relating to insurance, 
including the administration, design, and financing of insurance 
programs.  Evidence of discussions, recommendations or decisions 
by the council shall not be submitted to any court or arbitrator 
in any matter involving state or University of Minnesota 
employees.  
    Sec. 15.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 45.17, 
subdivision 6, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 6.  There is hereby created the board of The director 
of consumer services may appoint a residential utility consumers 
task force whose duties shall may include: 
    (1) establishing policy guidelines concerning the utility 
related activities of the commerce department's consumer 
services section; 
    (2) reviewing and commenting upon the section's staff 
employment decisions related to performing the responsibilities 
conferred in this section; and 
    (3) annually reviewing and commenting upon the consumer 
services section's budget of estimated expenses for utility 
related activities. 
    If appointed the board task force shall consist of nine 
voting members to be appointed by the governor director.  At 
least one member shall represent each congressional district, 
and at least two members shall represent farm consumers.  No 
more than six members shall be members of the same political 
party.  In making appointments, the governor director shall give 
consideration to individuals having a special interest in the 
provision of utility services to residential consumers. 
    The board task force members shall elect from among their 
number a chairman and any other officers as it may deem 
necessary.  The board task force shall meet at the call of the 
chairman or the director.  The expiration, terms of office, 
compensation, and provisions for removal and filling vacancies 
of members shall be as provided in section 15.0575 15.059. 
    The director of the consumer services section shall submit 
an annual budget of estimated expenses to the board for review 
and comment.  The director shall also periodically seek the 
advice of the board concerning its operations related to the 
responsibilities conferred by this section.  The director shall 
also file an annual report of the section's utility related 
activities with the board and the legislature on or before 
December 31 of each year. 
    Sec. 16.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 52.061, is 
amended to read: 
    52.061 [CREDIT UNION ADVISORY COUNCIL TASK FORCE.] 
    There is established The commissioner of banks may appoint 
a credit union advisory council task force to consult with, 
advise, and make recommendations to the commissioner of banks in 
all matters pertaining to credit unions.  If created, the 
advisory council task force shall consist of five members who 
shall be appointed by the commissioner of banks and who shall be 
persons who have had three or more years of experience as a 
credit union officer, director or committee member.  To aid in 
making a selection of the five advisory council task force 
members, the Minnesota league of credit unions may submit a list 
of not less than 15 names; however, the commissioner of banks 
shall not be limited to this list in making his selections.  The 
chairman of the advisory council shall be elected annually by 
and from its members.  Meetings shall be held at the times and 
places determined by the chairman and the commissioner of banks. 
Meetings may be called by either the chairman or the 
commissioner of banks.  Three members of the advisory council 
shall constitute a quorum.  However, at least three affirmative 
votes shall be needed to pass any motion.  The authority and 
responsibility of the advisory council shall be to advise the 
governor and the commissioner of banks on problems concerning 
credit unions and to foster the interest and cooperation of 
credit unions in improving their methods of operation.  The 
commissioner of banks may review with the advisory council task 
force the records of the banking division concerning the 
supervision, regulation, and examination of credit unions.  The 
council task force expiration, terms, compensation, and removal 
of members shall be as provided in section 15.059. 
     Sec. 17.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 52.062, 
subdivision 3, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 3.  In lieu of immediate suspension of the operation 
of the credit union, the commissioner of banks may submit to the 
advisory council task force, with a copy to the affected credit 
union, a statement with respect to said practices or violations 
for the purpose of investigation and review by the advisory 
council task force so that it may attempt to cause the 
correction of said practices or violations.  Unless said 
corrections shall be made within 60 days of the notice to the 
advisory council task force and the credit union, the 
commissioner of banks, if he shall determine to proceed further, 
shall give to the affected credit union written notice of his 
intention to suspend the operation of the credit union, and 
shall fix a time and place for a hearing before the commissioner 
of banks, or such person or persons as the commissioner of banks 
may designate.  The advisory council task force shall sit at 
such hearing for the purpose of providing advice and counsel to 
the commissioner of banks or his representative.  Evidence may 
be produced at said hearing by any party thereto, and the 
commissioner of banks shall base his decision as to the 
suspension of operation of the credit union upon said evidence.  
If the commissioner of banks decides to suspend operation of the 
credit union, the board of directors shall be given notice by 
certified mail of such suspension, which notice shall include a 
list of reasons for such suspension and a list of any specific 
violations of law, bylaw, or regulation, and shall specify which 
operations of the credit union may continue during the period of 
suspension. 
    Sec. 18.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 82.30, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  There shall be The commissioner of real 
estate and securities shall appoint a real estate advisory 
council of seven members to be appointed by the commissioner of 
securities and real estate task force.  Five members The task 
force shall be include real estate brokers with at least five 
years experience as licensed real estate brokers in Minnesota 
and two members shall be public members.  They shall meet at the 
call of the commissioner on a quarterly basis at publicized 
sessions and at such other times as the commissioner may deem 
necessary and The task force may advise and consult with him the 
commissioner on all matters relating to education of licensees, 
prelicensing requirements, and such other major policy matters 
relating to the administration of sections 82.17 to 82.34.  The 
council task force shall expire and the terms, compensation, and 
removal of members shall be as provided in section 15.059.  No 
member of the real estate advisory council task force may 
establish, own, operate, invest in a course designed to fulfill 
any requirement of Minnesota law pertaining to licenses for real 
estate salespersons or brokers. 
    Sec. 19.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 84.524, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    84.524 [CITIZEN'S ADVISORY TASK FORCE ON THE BOUNDARY 
WATERS CANOE AREA.] 
    Subdivision 1.  There is created The commissioner of 
natural resources may create a citizen's advisory task force on 
the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, consisting of 17 members 
selected as follows.  If the task force is created it shall 
include the following members:  
    (1) Three residents of St. Louis County appointed by the 
governor;  
    (2) Three residents of Cook County appointed by the 
governor;  
    (3) Three residents of Lake County appointed by the 
governor; and 
    (4) Eight residents of the state residing outside of the 
aforementioned counties appointed by the governor.  
    The governor shall designate one of the appointees to serve 
as chairman and the advisory task force may elect such other 
officers as it deems necessary.  The advisory task force shall 
be subject to the provisions of section 15.059, except that the 
advisory task force shall not expire until June 30, 1983.  
    Sec. 20.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 84.524, 
subdivision 2, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 2.  The advisory task force shall conduct meetings 
and research into all matters related to the establishment and 
operation of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, and shall make such 
recommendations to the United States Forest Service and other 
federal and state agencies concerned, regarding operation of the 
area, as the advisory task force deems advisable.  A copy of 
each recommendation shall be filed with the legislative 
reference library.  The advisory task force shall not apply for 
or accept funds from public or private sources other than the 
legislature.  Subject to the availability of legislative 
appropriation, the advisory task force may contract for services 
relating to matters within its authority.  
    Sec. 21.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 84B.11, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  The governor shall appoint, except for the 
legislative members, a citizen's committee council on Voyageurs 
National Park, consisting of 16 17 members as follows: 
    Four residents of Koochiching county, two of whom shall be 
appointed to terms ending January 1, 1979, and two of whom shall 
be appointed to terms ending January 7, 1980; 
    Four residents of St. Louis county, two of whom shall be 
appointed to terms ending January 7, 1980, and two of whom shall 
be appointed to terms ending January 1, 1979; 
    Four Five residents of the state at large from outside 
Koochiching and St. Louis counties, two of whom shall be 
appointed to terms ending January 1, 1979, and two of whom shall 
be appointed to terms ending January 7, 1980; 
    Two members of the state senate to be appointed by the 
committee on committees; 
    Two members of the state house of representatives to be 
appointed by the speaker of the house.  
    The governor shall designate one of the appointees to serve 
as chairman and the committee may elect such other officers as 
it deems necessary.  Members shall be appointed so as to 
represent differing viewpoints and interest groups on the 
facilities included in and around the park.  Legislator members 
shall serve for the term of the legislative office to which they 
were elected.  The committee shall expire and The terms, 
compensation and removal of nonlegislator members shall be as 
provided in section 15.059.  This section is repealed June 30, 
1987. 
    Sec. 22.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 86A.10, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  [MEMBERSHIP.] The commissioner of energy, 
planning and development may appoint an outdoor recreation 
advisory task force.  If appointed each regional development 
commission and the metropolitan council shall designate one of 
its members to serve on the outdoor recreation advisory council, 
which is hereby created.  The governor shall appoint the 
chairman of the council to serve at his pleasure.  Areas of the 
state not having a regional development commission shall have 
one representative from each unorganized area appointed by the 
commissioner.  The council task force shall expire and the 
terms, compensation, and removal of members shall be as provided 
in section 15.059. 
    Sec. 23.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 116J.04, is 
amended to read: 
    116J.04 [ENERGY POLICY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL TASK FORCE.] 
    A council of 15 members to act in The commissioner may 
appoint an advisory capacity task force on energy policy 
development to the commissioner is created.  Members shall be 
appointed by the governor, with the advice and consent of the 
senate, If created the task force shall include at least one 
member from each congressional district and seven from the state 
at large.  The council task force members shall broadly 
represent the scientific, technical, educational, business and 
labor fields and at least four members shall be from educational 
and scientific research institutions.  The council task force 
shall develop recommendations on policy for energy issues and 
energy needs and shall advise the commissioner on the energy 
related functions of the department.  The commissioner shall 
report to the legislature on the major energy policy 
recommendations of the council.  The council shall organize and 
elect among its members such other officers as it may deem 
necessary.  The council shall meet at the call of the chair.  
The expiration, terms, compensation, and removal of members 
shall be as provided by section 15.059.  The council may advise 
the commissioner on the transfer of energy agency personnel and 
functions.  
    Sec. 24.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 121.87, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  A 25 member state The state board of 
education may appoint a community education advisory council 
shall be established task force for the purpose of promoting the 
furtherance of sections 121.85 to 121.88, and the advancement of 
educational, recreational and social opportunity through the 
maximum utilization of public school facilities throughout the 
state of Minnesota.  The council shall be If appointed by the 
governor and, the task force shall consist of two lay members 
include at least one member from each congressional district and 
nine members selected at large who shall represent government 
and professions most closely related to community education 
activities, functions and school administrative jurisdictions. 
    Sec. 25.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 121.87, 
subdivision 3, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 3.  Clerical, mailing, printing, and other 
justifiable expenses incurred by the council shall be paid from 
funds set aside for the administration of the office of the 
director of community education programs.  The council task 
force shall expire and the terms, compensation, and removal of 
members shall be as provided in section 15.059. 
    Sec. 26.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 123.581, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  [ESTABLISHMENT.] Programs for in-service 
training for regular classroom teachers, assistant principals 
and principals in techniques of education of handicapped pupils 
shall be established in school districts designated by the state 
board of education.  Funds for these programs shall be granted 
by the state board upon the recommendation of the advisory 
council for in-service training in techniques of education of 
handicapped pupils.  Handicapped pupils for the purposes of this 
section, are those defined in section 120.03. 
    Sec. 27.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 126.531, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  The Minnesota Indian Affairs intertribal 
board shall nominate 15 persons for membership to the state 
board of education may create an American Indian language and 
culture education advisory task force.  The state board of 
education shall appoint nine persons from those so nominated to 
constitute the task force.  If created, members shall include 
representatives of community groups, parents of children 
eligible to be served by the programs, American Indian 
administrators and teachers, persons experienced in the training 
of teachers for American Indian language and culture education 
programs, persons involved in programs for American Indian 
children in nonsectarian nonpublic, urban, community, tribal or 
alternative schools and persons knowledgeable in the field of 
American Indian language and culture education.  Members shall 
be appointed so as to be representative of significant segments 
of the population of American Indians.  
    Sec. 28.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 128A.03, is 
amended to read: 
    128A.03 [ADVISORY COUNCILS.] 
    Subdivision 1.  The state board of education shall may 
appoint an advisory council task force on the Minnesota School 
for the Deaf and an advisory council task force on the Minnesota 
Braille and Sight-Saving School.  These councils shall to advise 
the state board on policies pertaining to the control, 
management, and administration of these schools. 
    Subd. 2.  Each advisory council shall consist of eight 
members.  If created the members shall be representative of the 
various geographic regions of the state, shall include parents 
or guardians of visually disabled or hearing impaired children, 
shall include a staff representative of the applicable school, 
and shall include two representatives from groups representing 
the interests of visually disabled or hearing impaired 
individuals, as applicable.  All members shall have knowledge, 
experience and interest in the problems of visually disabled or 
hearing impaired children. 
    Subd. 3.  The councils task forces shall expire and the 
terms, compensation and removal of members shall be as provided 
in section 15.059. 
    Sec. 29.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 129B.09, 
subdivision 8, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 8.  [ADVISORY TASK FORCE ON EARLY CHILDHOOD AND 
FAMILY EDUCATION.] The council on quality education shall may 
appoint an advisory task force on early childhood and family 
education programs.  If appointed, the advisory task force shall 
be composed of parents of young children and persons 
knowledgeable in the fields of health, education and welfare.  A 
majority of the task force shall be parents of young children.  
The advisory task force shall advise the council in the 
administration of the early childhood and family education 
programs.  The expiration, terms, compensation, and removal of 
members shall be governed by the provisions of section 15.059, 
subdivision 6.  The task force shall expire June 30, 1983.  
    Sec. 30.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 144.011, 
subdivision 2, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 2.  [STATE HEALTH ADVISORY COUNCIL TASK FORCE.] The 
commissioner of health may appoint a state health advisory 
council is hereby created to consist of 15 members appointed by 
the governor task force.  Nine If appointed, members of the 
council task force shall be broadly representative of the 
licensed health professions and six members shall be also 
include public members as defined by section 214.02.  The 
council and its members shall be governed by the provisions of 
section 15.059.  The governor shall designate a chairman of the 
council and such other officers as he deems necessary.  The 
council shall advise the commissioner of health on any matter 
relating to the functions of the department.  The task force 
shall expire, and the terms, compensation, and removal of 
members shall be as provided in section 15.059.  
    Sec. 31.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 145.919, is 
amended to read: 
    145.919 [COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES ADVISORY COMMITTEE.] 
    An advisory committee is established to advise, consult 
with, and make recommendations to the state commissioner of 
health on matters relating to the development, maintenance, 
funding and evaluation of community health services.  Each board 
of health meeting the eligibility requirements of section 
145.917 may appoint a member to serve on the committee.  The 
terms shall be two years and no member shall serve more than 
three consecutive terms.  Continuity of membership shall be 
assured by having an approximately equal number of terms expire 
each year.  Members may receive a per diem and shall be 
reimbursed for travel and other necessary expenses while engaged 
in their official duties.  The committee shall meet at least 
quarterly and special meetings may be called by the chairman or 
a majority of the members.  The committee shall expire on the 
date provided by section 15.059, subdivision 5.  
    Sec. 32.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 145.93, 
subdivision 2, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 2.  [ADVISORY COUNCIL TASK FORCE.] The commissioner 
of health shall may appoint an advisory council to serve on a 
voluntary basis task force consisting of, but not limited to, 
the following:  one nurse; one pharmacist; one physician each 
from the fields of toxicology, pediatric medicine, emergency 
medicine, and internal medicine; and one person who has no past 
or present material financial interest or professional 
involvement in the provision of poison information or treatment 
services.  No more than three members may be residents of the 
metropolitan area, as defined in section 473.02, subdivision 5; 
no more than one may be a resident of any single county; and 
none may be affiliated in any way with the currently designated 
poison information center.  The task force shall expire and the 
terms, compensation, and removal of members shall be as provided 
in section 15.059.  
    Sec. 33.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 145.93, 
subdivision 3, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 3.  [GRANT AWARD; DESIGNATION; PAYMENTS UNDER GRANT.] 
Each odd-numbered year the commissioner shall give reasonable 
public notice of the availability of moneys appropriated 
pursuant to Laws 1980, Chapter 577, Section 2 or otherwise 
available for the Minnesota poison information center.  After 
consulting with the advisory council, The commissioner shall 
select as grantee a nonprofit corporation or unit of government 
which applies for the moneys and best fulfills the criteria 
specified in subdivision 4.  The grantee selected shall be 
designated the Minnesota poison information center.  Moneys 
appropriated under Laws 1980, Chapter 577, Section 2 The grant 
shall be paid to the grantee quarterly beginning on July 1.  
    Sec. 34.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 145.98, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  [CREATION; MEMBERSHIP.] There is 
established in the executive branch a council The commissioner 
of health may appoint an advisory task force on health promotion 
and wellness.  Members of the council task force shall be 
appointed by the governor.  They shall be experienced or 
interested in health promotion and wellness.  There shall be 15 
members with at least one member from each congressional 
district.  The initial membership shall include all persons 
holding current membership on the governor's council on health 
promotion and wellness established by Executive Order No. 81-6. 
The chairperson shall be appointed by the governor from among 
the members.  Members shall not receive per diem pay but may be 
reimbursed for travel and other expenses in the same manner and 
amount as state employees.  The task force shall expire, and the 
terms of office, compensation, and removal of members shall be 
governed by section 15.0575 15.059.  
    Sec. 35.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 145.98, 
subdivision 3, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 3.  [POWERS.] The council task force may solicit, 
receive, and disburse funds made available for health promotion 
and wellness.  Subject to approval by the council, the 
chairperson may appoint advisory committees composed of 
individuals who have interest or expertise in various health 
promotion and wellness fields.  Subject to the availability of 
funds, the council may hire staff to assist in its work and 
contract with individuals and organizations to assist it in 
carrying out the duties of the council.  The council shall 
assume the duties of the governor's council on health promotion 
and wellness established by Executive Order No. 81-6, and 
section 15.039 shall apply to this transfer of responsibilities. 
    Sec. 36.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 148.191, 
subdivision 2, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 2.  The board is authorized to adopt and, from time 
to time, revise rules not inconsistent with the law, as may be 
necessary to enable it to carry into effect the provisions of 
sections 148.171 to 148.299.  The board shall prescribe by rule 
curricula and standards for schools and courses preparing 
persons for licensure under sections 148.171 to 148.299.  It 
shall conduct or provide for surveys of such schools and courses 
at such times as it may deem necessary.  It shall approve such 
schools and courses as meet the requirements of sections 148.171 
to 148.299 and board rules.  It shall examine, license and renew 
the license of duly qualified applicants.  It shall hold 
examinations at least once in each year at such time and place 
as it may determine.  It shall by rule adopt, evaluate and 
periodically revise, as necessary, requirements for licensure 
and for registration and renewal of registration as defined in 
section 148.231.  It shall cause the prosecution of all persons 
violating sections 148.171 to 148.299 and have power to incur 
such necessary expense therefor.  It shall keep a record of all 
its proceedings.  The board shall appoint an advisory task force 
on nursing education consisting of 11 members for the purposes 
of advising the board on matters pertaining to career 
progression and the approval and operation of nursing programs, 
assisting with surveys of nursing programs, collecting nursing 
education data and providing liaison between the board and 
nursing education.  Three members shall be either an 
administrator or supervisor in one of the following types of 
agencies at the time of appointment and throughout his term: 
hospital, nursing home or community nursing service.  The 
remaining eight members shall be either an administrator or 
faculty member in one of the following types of educational 
programs at the time of appointment and throughout his term: 
nursing assistant program, practical nursing program preparing 
for licensure, professional nursing program preparing for 
licensure, or advanced nursing program for licensed practical or 
registered nurses.  The task force shall expire and the 
compensation and removal of members shall be as provided in 
section 15.059.  
    Sec. 37.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 149.02, is 
amended to read: 
    149.02 [EXAMINATION; LICENSING.] 
    The state commissioner of health is hereby authorized and 
empowered to examine, upon submission of an application therefor 
and fee as prescribed by the commissioner pursuant to section 
144.122, all applicants for license to practice mortuary science 
or funeral directing and to determine whether or not the 
applicants possess the necessary qualifications to practice 
mortuary science or funeral directing.  If upon examination the 
commissioner shall determine that an applicant is properly 
qualified to practice mortuary science or funeral directing, he 
shall grant a license to the person to practice mortuary science 
or funeral directing.  Licenses shall expire and be renewed as 
prescribed by the commissioner pursuant to section 144.122. 
    On or after the thirty-first day of December, 1955, 
separate licenses as embalmer or funeral director shall not be 
issued, except that a license as funeral director shall be 
issued to those apprentices who have been registered under 
regulations of the commissioner as apprentice funeral directors 
on the first day of July, 1955, qualify by examination for 
licensure under such regulations as funeral directors before the 
first day of August, 1957.  Such applicants shall file an 
application for license as a funeral director in the manner as 
is required in section 149.03 for a license in mortuary 
science.  It shall be accompanied by a fee in an amount 
prescribed by the commissioner pursuant to section 144.122.  
However, a single license as a funeral director shall be issued 
to those persons whose custom, rites, or religious beliefs 
forbid the practice of embalming.  An applicant for a single 
license as a funeral director under this exception shall submit 
to the commissioner of health two affidavits substantiating the 
beliefs and convictions of the applicant and shall meet any 
other standards for licensure as are required by law or by 
regulation of the commissioner.  Such a funeral director shall 
only direct funerals for persons of his customs, rites or 
religious beliefs.  In the case of a funeral conducted for 
persons of such customs, rites or religious beliefs where 
embalming and funeral directing is necessary according to law, 
such embalming and funeral directing shall be performed only by 
a person licensed to do so in this state. 
    All licensees who on the thirty-first day of December, 
1955, hold licenses as embalmers only shall be granted licenses 
to practice mortuary science and may renew their licenses at the 
times and in the manner specified by the commissioner pursuant 
to section 144.122. 
    All licensees who on the thirty-first day of December, 
1955, hold licenses as funeral director only may continue to 
renew their licenses at the times and in the manner specified by 
the commissioner pursuant to section 144.122.  If a licensee 
fails to renew, as in this chapter required, his license as a 
funeral director shall not thereafter be reinstated. 
    To assist in the holding of the examination and enforcement 
of the provisions of this chapter, the commissioner shall 
establish a committee of examiners in the mortuary sciences 
advisory council to which he shall appoint four examiners 
members.  Two examiners members shall be licensed in mortuary 
science and shall have had at least five years experience 
immediately preceding their appointment in the preparation and 
disposition of dead human bodies and in the practice of mortuary 
science.  A third examiner member shall be a representative of 
the commissioner, and the fourth examiner member shall be a 
full-time academic staff member of the course in mortuary 
science of the university of Minnesota.  The committee shall 
expire and The terms, compensation and removal of members and 
expiration of the council shall be as provided in section 15.059.
    Sec. 38.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 151.13, 
subdivision 2, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 2.  The board shall may appoint an advisory task 
force on continuing education, consisting of not more than ten 
members, to study continuing education programs and requirements 
and to submit its report and recommendations to the board.  The 
task force shall expire, and the compensation and removal of 
members shall be as provided in section 15.059. 
    Sec. 39.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 152.02, 
subdivision 11, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 11.  The state board of pharmacy shall may appoint an 
advisory council task force on controlled substances consisting 
of not more than 13 members, who shall serve without 
compensation, to advise it in the administration of this chapter.
    Commencing July 1, 1973, six members shall be appointed for 
a one year term and seven members shall be appointed for a two 
year term.  Thereafter, members shall be appointed for two year 
terms.  Four of the members of the council If appointed, the 
task force shall be physicians as designated by the state board 
of medical examiners.  One of the members of the council shall 
be include a physician, a pharmacologist, one of the members of 
the council shall be and a pharmacist, and.  The remainder 
other members shall be from among the following:  correction or 
law enforcement officers, judges, representatives of drug 
treatment or counseling facilities, former drug abusers, 
education, and students.  The members of the council shall 
select a chairman from among their membership, who may call 
meetings of the council when deemed appropriate, and shall call 
meetings of the council when requested to do so by any four 
members of the council.  The task force shall expire, and the 
terms, compensation, and removal of members shall be as provided 
in section 15.059.  
    Sec. 40.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 152.02, 
subdivision 13, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 13.  The state board of pharmacy and the advisory 
council on controlled substances shall study the implementation 
of Laws 1971, chapter 937 in relation to the problems of drug 
abuse in Minnesota and shall report to the legislature annually 
on or before December 1, their recommendations concerning 
amendments to Laws 1971, chapter 937. 
    Sec. 41.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 155A.06, 
subdivision 2, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 2.  [APPOINTMENTS.] Appointments to the council shall 
be made by the governor director in accordance with section 
15.0597. 
    Sec. 42.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 155A.06, 
subdivision 5, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 5.  [COMPENSATION.] Members of the council shall be 
compensated for expenses and the council shall expire as 
provided in section 15.059.  
    Sec. 43.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 156A.06, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  There is hereby created the water well 
contractors and exploratory borers advisory council, herein 
referred to as the "advisory council," as an advisory council to 
the state commissioner of health.  The advisory council shall be 
composed of 13 16 voting members.  Of the 13 16 voting members, 
one member shall be from the state department of health, 
appointed by the state commissioner of health; one member shall 
be from the department of natural resources, appointed by the 
commissioner of natural resources; one member shall be a member 
of the Minnesota geological survey of the University of 
Minnesota appointed by the director; two members shall be 
engaged in the business of exploratory boring for minerals; two 
public members who are not connected with the business of 
exploratory boring or the water well drilling industry; one 
member shall be from the pollution control agency, appointed by 
the director of the pollution control agency; one member shall 
be a professional engineer; one member shall be a certified 
professional geologist; and six members shall be contractors 
actively engaged in the water well drilling industry, not to 
exceed two from the seven county metropolitan area and at least 
four from the remainder of the state who shall be representative 
of different geographical regions.  They shall be residents of 
the state of Minnesota and appointed by the commissioner of 
health.  No appointee of the water well drilling industry shall 
serve more than two consecutive terms.  The appointees to the 
advisory council from the water well drilling industry shall 
have been bona fide residents of this state for a period of at 
least three years prior to appointment and shall have had at 
least five years experience in the water well drilling 
business.  The council shall not expire, but and the terms of 
the appointed members and the compensation and removal of all 
members shall be as provided in section 15.059. 
    Sec. 44.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 161.1419, is 
amended by adding a subdivision to read: 
    Subd. 8.  The commission shall expire on the date provided 
by section 15.059, subdivision 5.  
    Sec. 45.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 175.007, 
subdivision 1, is amended to read: 
    Subdivision 1.  The commissioner shall appoint an advisory 
council on workers' compensation, which shall consist of five 
representatives of employers and five representatives of 
employees; and three members representing the general public; 
and two persons who have received or are currently receiving 
workers' compensation benefits under chapter 176.  The council 
may consult with the judges of the workers' compensation court 
of appeals.  The council shall expire and the terms, 
compensation and removal of members shall be as provided in 
section 15.059. 
    Sec. 46.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 184.23, is 
amended to read: 
    184.23 [ADVISORY COUNCIL TASK FORCE CREATED.] 
    Subdivision 1.  There is created a council to be known as 
The commissioner of labor and industry may appoint an employment 
agency advisory council whose duty shall be task force to advise 
the department as to the administration of the provisions of 
sections 184.21 to 184.40.  Such council shall consist of nine 
members, appointed by the commissioner of labor and industry.  
If appointed, a majority of those selected members shall be 
actually engaged as an owner or manager of an employment agency 
licensed by the state of Minnesota for a period of three years 
immediately preceding the time of their appointment.  
    Subd. 3.  The council shall meet at the call of the 
commissioner and advise and consult on all major policy matters 
relating to the licensing of an employment agent or counselor. 
The council shall elect annually from its members a chairman, 
vice-chairman and secretary.  The council is also authorized to 
conduct its own meetings at the call of the chairman.  The 
council task force shall expire and the terms, compensation and 
removal of members shall be as provided in section 15.059. 
    Sec. 47.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 198.055, is 
amended by adding a subdivision to read: 
    Subd. 1a.  [REDUCED MEMBERSHIP.] After July 1, 1983, 
appointments to each group of appointees on the advisory 
committee shall be reduced by one so that after the second group 
of appointments subsequent to July 1, 1983, the committee shall 
consist of nine members.  The commissioner shall comply with 
Laws 1976, chapter 149, section 48, regarding the composition of 
the committee in all appointments made after July 1, 1983.  
    Sec. 48.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 206.08, 
subdivision 3, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 3.  [ADVISORY COMMITTEE TASK FORCE.] The secretary of 
state may appoint a nonpartisan advisory committee task force to 
advise him in the examining and reporting duties prescribed in 
this section.  The task force shall expire, and the terms, 
compensation, and removal of members shall be as provided in 
section 15.059.  
    Sec. 49.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 214.13, 
subdivision 4, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 4.  The commissioner of health shall wherever 
possible delegate the administration of regulation activities to 
a health related licensing board with the concurrence of that 
board.  If the commissioner of health delegates this function, 
the licensing board shall regularly bill the commissioner of 
health for the cost of performing this function.  The 
commissioner of health may establish an advisory council task 
force to advise him or the appropriate health related licensing 
board on matters relating to the registration and regulation of 
an occupation.  A council task force shall have seven members 
appointed by the commissioner of which five are members of the 
registered occupation or related registered or licensed 
occupations, and two are public members.  A council task force 
shall expire, and the terms, compensation and removal of members 
shall be as provided in section 15.059. 
    Sec. 50.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 241.64, is 
amended to read: 
    241.64 [ADVISORY TASK FORCE COUNCIL.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [CREATION.] Within 60 days after the 
effective date of sections 241.61 to 241.66, the commissioner 
shall appoint a nine member advisory task force council to 
advise him on the implementation of sections 241.61 to 241.66.  
The provisions of section 15.059, subdivision 6, shall govern 
the terms, compensation, and removal of members, and expiration 
of the advisory task force council.  Council members shall not 
receive per diem, but shall receive expenses in the same manner 
and amount as state employees.  
    Subd. 2.  [MEMBERSHIP.] Persons appointed shall be 
knowledgeable in the fields of health, law enforcement, social 
services or the law.  Five members of the advisory task force 
council shall be representatives of community or governmental 
organizations which provide services to battered women, and four 
members of the advisory task force council shall be public 
members. 
    Subd. 3.  [DUTIES.] The advisory task force council shall: 
    (a) recommend to the commissioner the names of five 
applicants for the position of project coordinator. 
    (b) advise the commissioner on the rules promulgated 
pursuant to section 241.63; 
    (c) review and comment on applications received by the 
commissioner for designation as a pilot program and applications 
for education grants; and 
    (d) advise the project coordinator in the performance of 
his duties in the administration and coordination of the 
programs funded under section 241.62. 
    Sec. 51.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 241.71, is 
amended to read: 
    241.71 [CREATION OF ADVISORY TASK FORCE.] 
    Within 60 days after July 1, 1981, The commissioner of 
corrections shall may appoint an advisory task force on the 
woman offender in corrections.  The task force shall have at 
least ten but no more than 20 members and shall reflect a 
statewide geographical representation.  The provisions of 
section 15.059, subdivision 6, shall govern the expiration, 
terms, expenses, and removal of members of the advisory task 
force.  
    Sec. 52.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 245.84, 
subdivision 4, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 4.  The commissioner may appoint an advisory council 
task force of not more than 35 members which shall advise the 
commissioner on grants and other child care issues.  One-third 
of the members of the advisory council shall be parents who use 
child care services.  The membership expiration, terms, 
compensation and removal from office of members of the advisory 
council shall be according to section 15.059. 
    Sec. 53.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 246.017, 
subdivision 2, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 2.  [MEMBERSHIP, DUTIES, MEETINGS.] The commissioner 
of public welfare shall create and establish may appoint a 
medical policy directional committee task force on mental health 
composed of seven including members five of whom who are experts 
in their fields of medicine, mental health, mental retardation, 
or related sciences.  Two Members shall also be selected from 
social service, rehabilitation, volunteer services, nursing, 
hospital administration or related fields.  Not more than one 
member shall be selected from any one field of medicine or 
related sciences which shall include the field of psychiatry, 
neurology, physiology, biochemistry, internal medicine, 
pediatrics, pharmacology, and psychology.  The task force shall 
expire, and the terms, compensation, and removal of members 
shall be as provided in section 15.059.  
    One member shall be appointed whose term shall expire July 
1, 1954, and his successors thereafter shall be appointed for a 
period of three years; two members shall be appointed whose 
terms expire on July 1, 1955, and their successors shall be 
appointed for a term of three years; two members shall be 
appointed whose terms shall expire on July 1, 1956, and their 
successors thereafter shall be appointed for a term of three 
years.  Two members shall be appointed whose terms shall be 
determined by the commissioner.  
    The committee will meet at least six times each year at 
such times and in such places as the commissioner of public 
welfare may determine.  He may call such additional meetings 
from time to time as he may deem necessary not exceeding a 
maximum of 50 meetings in any one year.  Each member will 
receive the sum of $50 per day for time actually spent in 
transacting the business of the board and shall be reimbursed 
for expenses actually incurred in the performance of their 
official duties.  
    The committee shall advise the commissioner of public 
welfare as to all phases of professional standards including 
patient care, training of personnel, management practices, 
establishment of treatment programs, obtaining adequate staff, 
establishment of medical and statistical records and operation 
of practices in order that they be compatible with professional 
requirements.  The committee shall advise the commissioner of 
public welfare in approval and guidance of research projects and 
distribution of research funds.  They shall assist him in 
establishing and maintaining the best possible practices in all 
mental institutions.  
     The commissioner of public welfare shall appoint, and 
unless otherwise established by law, set the salary of a 
licensed physician to serve as medical director to assist him in 
establishing and maintaining the medical policies of the 
department of public welfare.  The commissioner may place the 
medical director's position in the unclassified service if the 
position meets the criteria of section 43A.08, subdivision 1a.  
    Sec. 54.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 252.31, is 
amended to read: 
    252.31 [ADVISORY COUNCIL TASK FORCE.] 
    The commissioner of public welfare shall may appoint an 
advisory council of 11 members to be known as the advisory 
council task force for the mentally retarded and physically 
handicapped.  The council task force shall advise the 
commissioner relative to those laws for which the commissioner 
is responsible to administer and enforce relating to mental 
retardation and physical disabilities.  The council task force 
shall consist of persons who are providers or consumers of 
service for the mentally retarded or physically handicapped, or 
who are interested citizens.  The commissioner of education and 
the commissioner of health or their designees shall be 
non-voting ex-officio members and shall advise the council as to 
rules, regulations and services which relate to the departments 
of education and health.  The council task force shall expire 
and the terms, compensation and removal of appointed members 
shall be as provided in section 15.059. 
    Sec. 55.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 256.481, is 
amended to read: 
    256.481 [HANDICAPPED PERSON; DEFINITION.] 
    For the purposes of sections 256.481 to 256.483 256.482 
"handicapped person" means one who, because of a substantial 
physical, mental or emotional disability or dysfunction requires 
special services in order to enjoy the benefits of our society 
any person who:  
    (a) has a physical, mental, or emotional impairment which 
substantially limits one or more major life activities;  
    (b) has a record of such an impairment; or 
    (c) is regarded as having such an impairment. 
    Sec. 56.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 256.482, is 
amended to read: 
    256.482 [COUNCIL FOR THE HANDICAPPED.] 
    Subdivision 1.  [ESTABLISHMENT; MEMBERS.] There is hereby 
established the council for the handicapped which shall consist 
of 30 21 members appointed by the governor.  At least fifteen 
council members shall be handicapped persons or parents or 
guardians of handicapped persons.  Twenty members shall be 
appointed from the general public, and ten shall be appointed 
from organizations which provide services for the handicapped.  
Members shall be appointed from the general public and from 
organizations which provide services for handicapped persons.  A 
majority of council members shall be handicapped persons or 
parents or guardians of handicapped persons.  There shall be at 
least one member of the council appointed from each of the state 
development regions.  The commissioners of the departments of 
education, public welfare and, health, economic security, and 
the state commissioner of health, human rights and the directors 
of the division of vocational rehabilitation and state services 
for the blind or their designees shall serve as ex officio, 
without a vote, on the council, or shall designate a 
representative to the council members of the council without 
vote.  In addition, there shall may be ex officio 
representation, without vote, from the programs serving mentally 
retarded persons and from the programs serving blind persons in 
the department of public welfare and members from other programs 
bureaus, divisions, or sections of state departments which are 
directly concerned with the provision of services for to 
handicapped persons.  There shall be at least one member of the 
council appointed from each of the state development regions.  
    The terms of members serving as of December 31, 1983, shall 
expire on that date.  Thereafter, notwithstanding the provisions 
of section 15.059, each member of the council appointed by the 
governor shall serve a three-year term and until his or her 
successor is appointed and qualified, provided that of the 
members initially appointed to serve starting in 1984, one-third 
shall be appointed for one year, one-third for two years, and 
one-third for three years as designated by the governor.  The 
compensation and removal of all members and expiration of the 
council shall be as provided in section 15.059.  The governor 
shall appoint a chairman chair of the council from among the 
members appointed from the general public or handicapped persons 
or their parents or guardians.  Vacancies shall be filled by the 
appointing authority for the remainder of the unexpired term.  
The council shall not expire and the terms of the appointed 
members and the compensation and removal of all members shall be 
as provided in section 15.059.  
    Subd. 2.  [EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR; STAFF.] The council may 
select an executive director of the council by a vote of a 
majority of all council members.  The executive director shall 
be in the unclassified service of the state and shall act as 
secretary to the council and shall perform such other duties as 
the council may require of him provide administrative support 
for the council and provide administrative leadership to 
implement council mandates, policies, and objectives.  The 
council executive director shall approve employment of such 
clerical help and other employees as are necessary, upon the 
recommendation of the executive director employ and direct staff 
authorized according to state law and necessary to carry out 
council mandates, policies, activities, and objectives.  
Salaries for of the executive director and staff shall be 
established in the manner prescribed by chapter 15A state law, 
and the executive director and staff shall be reimbursed for all 
the actual and necessary expenses incurred as a result of his 
their council responsibilities. 
    Subd. 3.  [RECEIPT OF FUNDS.] Whenever any person, firm or 
corporation offers to the council funds by the way of gift, 
grant or loan, for purposes of assisting the council to carry 
out its powers and duties, the council may accept such offer by 
majority vote and upon such acceptance the chairman chair shall 
receive such funds subject to the terms of the offer, but no 
money shall be accepted or received as a loan nor shall any 
indebtedness be incurred except in the manner and under the 
limitations otherwise provided by law. 
    Subd. 4.  [ORGANIZATION; COUNCILS AND COMMITTEES.] The 
council shall organize itself in conformity with its 
responsibilities under sections 256.481 to 256.483 256.482 and 
shall establish councils and committees which shall give 
detailed attention to the special needs of each category of 
handicapped persons.  The members of such councils and 
committees shall be designated by the chairman chair with the 
approval of a majority of the council and each council or 
committee shall have members from, and in approximately the same 
ratio as, the three groups represented on the council.  Councils 
Committees established shall include a council on employment 
which shall carry out the duties and responsibilities formerly 
entrusted to the governor's commission on employment of 
handicapped persons, and a council on children which shall carry 
out the duties and responsibilities related to handicapped 
children formerly entrusted to the Minnesota advisory board on 
handicapped, gifted and exceptional children committee on 
children which shall study the special needs of handicapped 
children and a committee on employment which shall study the 
special employment needs of handicapped persons.  The council 
shall serve as liaison in Minnesota for the president's 
committee on employment of the handicapped and for any other 
organization for which it is so designated by the governor or 
state legislature. 
    Subd. 5.  [DUTIES AND POWERS.] The council shall have the 
following duties and powers: 
    (1) to advise and otherwise aid the governor,; appropriate 
state agencies, including but not limited to the departments of 
education, public welfare, economic security, human rights, and 
the divisions of vocational rehabilitation and services for the 
blind; the state legislature; and the public on matters 
pertaining to public policy and the administration of programs, 
services and facilities for handicapped persons in Minnesota; 
    (2) to encourage and assist in the development of 
coordinated, interdepartmental goals and objectives and the 
coordination of programs, services and facilities among all 
state departments and private providers of service as they 
relate to handicapped persons; 
    (3) to serve as a source of information to the public 
regarding all services, programs and legislation pertaining to 
handicapped persons; 
    (4) to review and make comment to the governor, state 
agencies, the legislature, and the public concerning adequacy of 
state programs, plans and budgets for services to handicapped 
persons and for funding under the various federal grant programs;
    (5) to research, formulate and advocate plans, programs and 
policies which will serve the needs of handicapped persons; 
    (6) to advise the department departments of labor and 
industry and the state board of education economic security on 
the administration and improvement of the workers' compensation 
law as the law relates to programs, facilities and personnel 
providing assistance to injured and handicapped workers; 
    (7) to advise the workers' compensation division of the 
department of labor and industry and the workers' compensation 
court of appeals as to the necessity and extent of any 
alteration or remodeling of an existing residence or the 
building or purchase of a new or different residence which is 
proposed by a licensed architect under section 176.137. 
    Sec. 57.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 256B.58, is 
amended to read: 
    256B.58 [ADMINISTRATION.] 
    The pilot programs shall be administered by the 
commissioner.  The commissioner may employ staff to administer 
the programs.  The cost of the staff shall be met solely by 
funds authorized to be spent for administering the programs.  
The commissioner shall appoint a seven member advisory task 
force to advise the commissioner on the operation of the pilot 
programs.  All of the members of the advisory task force shall 
be senior citizens.  The compensation of members, their removal 
from office, and the filling of vacancies shall be as provided 
in section 15.059.  
    Sec. 58.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 268.12, 
subdivision 6, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 6.  [ADVISORY COUNCILS.] The commissioner of economic 
security shall appoint a state advisory council and may appoint 
such local advisory councils as he deems advisable, composed in 
each case of an equal number of employer and employee 
representatives who shall be selected because of their vocation, 
employment, or affiliation, and of such members representing the 
general public as he may designate.  The commissioner may also 
appoint an agricultural employment advisory council and such 
other advisory councils as may be found necessary for proper 
administration.  Such The advisory councils shall aid the 
commissioner in formulating policies and discussing problems 
relating to the administration of sections 268.03 to 268.24 and 
in assuring impartiality and freedom from political influence in 
the solution of such problems.  The councils shall expire and 
the terms, compensation and removal of members shall be as 
provided in section 15.059. 
    Sec. 59.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 326.41, is 
amended to read: 
    326.41 [ADVISORY COUNCIL.] 
    The state commissioner of health shall appoint seven 
persons to the advisory council on plumbing code and 
examinations, one of whom shall be a practical master plumber, 
one a practical journeyman plumber, and one a representative of 
the commissioner.  The council shall expire and the terms, 
compensation and removal of members of the council shall be as 
provided in section 15.059. 
    Sec. 60.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 363.04, 
subdivision 4, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 4.  [COMMITTEE TASK FORCE, MEMBERSHIP, APPEALS.] 
There is hereby established within the department The 
commissioner may appoint a human rights advisory committee task 
force.  The committee shall serve in an advisory capacity to the 
commissioner.  The committee shall consist of 15 members to be 
appointed by the governor.  Members shall be appointed with due 
regard to their fitness for the efficient dispatch of the 
functions, powers and duties vested in and imposed upon the 
committee.  The governor shall designate from time to time one 
of the members as chairman.  
    Sec. 61.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 363.04, 
subdivision 4a, is amended to read: 
    Subd. 4a.  [TERMS; COMPENSATION; REMOVAL; VACANCIES.] The 
expiration, membership terms, compensation, removal of members, 
and filling of vacancies on the committee task force shall be as 
provided in section 15.059. 
    Sec. 62.  Minnesota Statutes 1982, section 507.09, is 
amended to read: 
    507.09 [FORMS APPROVED; AMENDMENTS.] 
    The several forms of deeds, mortgages, land contracts, 
assignments, satisfactions, and other conveyancing instruments 
prepared by the uniform conveyancing blanks commission and filed 
by the commission with the secretary of state pursuant to Laws 
1929, chapter 135, as amended by Laws 1931, chapter 34, are 
approved and recommended for use in the state.  Such forms shall 
be kept on file with and be preserved by the secretary of state 
as a public record.  The commissioner of securities and real 
estate may appoint an advisory committee task force on uniform 
conveyancing forms to recommend to the commissioner of 
securities and real estate amendments to existing forms or the 
adoption of new forms.  The task force shall expire, and the 
terms, compensation, and removal of members shall be as provided 
in section 15.059.  The commissioner of securities and real 
estate may adopt amended or new forms consistent with the laws 
of this state by rule in accordance with chapter 14. 
    Sec. 63.  Laws 1975, chapter 235, section 2, is amended to 
read: 
    Sec. 2.  This act is effective July 1, 1975 and shall 
expire June 30, 1983 1987. 
    Sec. 64.  Laws 1976, chapter 314, section 3, is amended to 
read: 
    Sec. 3.  This act is effective upon final enactment.  The 
board council shall expire on June 30, 1983 the date provided by 
Minnesota Statutes, section 15.059, subdivision 5.  
    Sec. 65.  Laws 1980, chapter 614, section 192, is amended 
to read: 
    Sec. 192.  [EFFECTIVE DATE.] Except as otherwise provided 
in this act, this act is effective the day following final 
enactment.  Section 55 is effective retroactive to April 1, 
1980.  Sections 87 and 88 are effective for any notice of the 
objects of the petition served after the day following final 
enactment.  Sections 85 and 86 are effective for each district 
named in section 86 upon approval by a majority of the board of 
managers of the respective districts, and upon compliance with 
the provisions of Minnesota Statutes, Section 645.021.  Sections 
168 to 180 are effective upon approval by resolution of the St. 
Paul city council.  The resolution shall be adopted after 
published notice to the public and public hearing.  Sections 37 
to 39, 49, 51, 57, 60 to 68, 70 to 74, 79, 81 to 83, 89, 101 to 
123, 126, 128, 135 to 145, 148, 152, and 155, are effective July 
1, 1980.  Section 187 is effective July 1, 1980 and expires June 
30, 1983 on the date provided by Minnesota Statutes, section 
15.059, subdivision 5.  Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 
645.023, Subdivision 1, Clause (b), section 155 is effective 
without local approval July 1, 1980.  Section 157 is effective 
March 1, 1981 and applies to causes of action accruing on or 
after that date.  Section 191, subdivision 2 is effective July 
1, 1981. 
    Sec. 66.  [TRANSITION.] 
    A person or group which is given discretionary authority 
under this act to appoint an advisory task force may appoint any 
person who on the day prior to the effective date of this 
section was a member of an advisory group, to serve as a member 
of the advisory task force which replaces the advisory group. 
The initial appointment of former advisory group members to a 
successor advisory task force is not subject to the open 
appointments process under section 15.0597.  This section is 
repealed 90 days after the effective date of this section.  
    Sec. 67.  [INTERIM STUDY.] 
    During the interim between the 1983 and 1984 legislative 
sessions the governmental operations committees of the house of 
representatives and the senate shall study the status of 
advisory groups.  Specifically the committees shall investigate 
the extent to which advisory task forces are created to serve 
the same functions as the groups abolished by this act.  The 
committees shall hear testimony from persons aggrieved by the 
failure of an appointing authority to create an advisory task 
force.  The committees shall report their findings and any 
recommendations for statutory changes to the house and the 
senate before the beginning of the 1984 legislative session.  
    Sec. 68.  [REPEALER.] 
    Minnesota Statutes 1982, 16.853; 31.60, subdivisions 2 and 
3; 84.524, subdivisions 3 and 4; 86A.10, subdivision 2; 121.87, 
subdivision 2; 121.938; 123.581, subdivisions 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7; 
124.215; 141.24; 144.571; 144A.17; 144A.55; 145.98, subdivisions 
2 and 4; 214.14; 222.65; 256.483; and 363.04, subdivision 5, are 
repealed.  
    Sec. 69.  [EFFECTIVE DATE.] 
    Sections 1 to 68 are effective July 1, 1983. 
    Approved June 6, 1983

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