§ 8255 The Legislature finds and declares all of the following:(a) The …
§ 8255.5 The following definitions govern this chapter:(a) “Commission” …
§ 8256 (a) There is established in state government the Commission on …
§ 8256.5 (a) A majority of the appointed members of the commission shall …
§ 8257 The commission shall do all of the following:(a) Advise the …
§ 8258 By December 1 of each year, the commission shall submit an annual …
§ 8259 With respect to its duties under Section 8257, the commission shall …
§ 8259.5 (a) The commission may apply for and accept grants and receive …

Terms Used In California Codes > Government Code > Title 2 > Division 1 > Chapter 3.3

  • Agency: means a division, department, bureau, commission, board, council, city, county, city and county, district, or other political subdivision of the state, but does not include a school district. See California Health and Safety Code 8012
  • California Indian tribe: means any tribe located in California to which any of the following applies:

    California Health and Safety Code 8012

  • Commission: means the Native American Heritage Commission, established pursuant to Section 5097. See California Health and Safety Code 8012
  • Control: means having ownership of human remains and cultural items sufficient to lawfully permit a museum or agency to treat the object as part of its collection for purposes of this chapter, whether or not the human remains and cultural items are in the physical custody of the museum or agency. See California Health and Safety Code 8012
  • Inventory: means an itemized list that summarizes the collection of human remains and associated funerary objects in the possession or control of an agency or museum. See California Health and Safety Code 8012
  • Museum: means an entity, including a higher educational institution, excluding school districts, that receives state funds. See California Health and Safety Code 8012
  • Possession: means having physical custody of human remains and cultural items with a sufficient legal interest to lawfully treat the human remains and cultural items as part of a collection. See California Health and Safety Code 8012
  • State cultural affiliation: means that there is a relationship of shared group identity that can reasonably be traced historically or prehistorically between members of a present-day California Indian Tribe, as defined in subdivision (j), and an identifiable earlier tribe or group. See California Health and Safety Code 8012
  • Summary: means a document that summarizes the collection of unassociated funerary objects, sacred objects, or objects of cultural patrimony in the possession or control of an agency or museum. See California Health and Safety Code 8012