Texas Register, Volume 9, Number 31, Pages 2283-2340, April 24, 1984 Page: 2,287
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An agency may adopt a new or amended rule, or repeal an ex-
isting rule on an emergency basis, if it determines that such ac-
tion is necessary for the public health, safety, or welfare of this
state The rule may become effective immediately upon filing with
the Texas Register, or on a stated date less than 20 days after
filing for no more than 120 days. The emergency action is
renewable once for no more than 60 days.
An agency must submit written reasons, published in the Register,
for emergency action on a rule. The submission must also include
a statement of the legal authority under which the emergency ac-
tion is promulgated and the text of the emergency adoption.
Following each published emergency document is certification in-
formation containing the effective and expiration dates of the ac-
tion and a telephone number from which further information may
Symbology in amended rules New language added to an ex-
isting rule is indicated by the use of bold text. [Brackets] indicate
deletion of existing material within a rule
TITLE 1. ADMINISTRATION
Part X. Automated Information
Systems Advisory Council
Chapter 201. Acquisition of
Automated information Systems
1 TAC 201.1
The Automated Information Systems Advisory Council
is renewing the effectiveness of the emergency adop-
tion of amended 201.1 for a 60-day period effective
May 1, 1984. The amend ments were originally adopt-
ed on an emergency bass in the December 27, 1983,
issue of the Texas Register (8 TexReg 5446).
Issued in Austin, Texa., on April 12, 1984
TRD-844217 Charlotte D Craig
Adl mnistrative Assistant
AutLmated Information Systems
Ad iisory Council
Effective date May 1, 1984
Expiration date: June 30, 1984
For further information, please call (512) 475-2362.
TITLE 22. EXAMINING BOARDS
Part XXXI. Texas State Board of
Examiners of Dietitians
Chapter 711. Dietitians
22 TAC 711.12
The Texas State Board of Examiners of Dietitians, with
the approval of the Texas Board of Health, adopts on
an emergency basis new 711.12, covering viola-
tions, complaints, and subsequent board actions relat-
ing to the licensing of dietitians. This section imple-
ments the Texas Licensed Dietitian Act, Texas Civil
Statutes, Article 4512h (Senate Bill 671, 68th Legis-
lature, 1983, effective September 1, 1983) It is nec-
essary that this rule be adopted on an emergency basis
since complaints about alleged violations and prohib-
ited actions under the Act are now being received by
the board, and it needs to have procedures in effect
to process the complaints The rule is also proposed
for permanent adoption in this issue of the Texas
This new rule is adopted on an emergency basis un-
der authority of the Administrative Procedure and Tex-
as Register Act, Article 6252-13a, 5(d), which au-
thorizes state agencies to adopt emergency rules, and
the Licensed Dietitian Act, Texas Civil Statutes, Arti-
cle 4512h, 6, which authorizes the Texas State
Board of Examiners of Dietitians to adopt rules, sub-
ject to approval of the Texas Board of Health, to im-
plement the Act
711.12. Violations, Complaints, and Subsequent Board
(a) Purpose. The purpose of this section is to set
(1) violations and prohibited actions under the
Act and the board rules,
(2) procedures for filing complaints alleging vio-
lations and prohibited actions under the Act or rules,
(3) the board's investigation of complaints, and
(4) board actions against a person or licensee
when violations and prohibited actions have occurred.
(b) Types of violations and prohibited actions
(I) A person may not knowingly or intentional-
ly represent or imply that he or she has the title of
"licensed dietitian" or "provisional licensed dietitian"
or use the letters "LD" or "PLD" or any facsimile of
9 TexReg 2287
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