|(a) Definition and prohibited forms of recognition. (1) Within the Capitol and General Land Office Building, no permanent recognition shall be given to any donor or group of donors. Permanent recognition is defined as architectural or decorative detailing attached permanently to the Capitol or the General Land Office Building, or attached permanently to furnishings or decorative arts that make up the Capitol collection. (2) No plaques or other donor recognition of any kind shall be placed on the exterior of the State Capitol Building, General Land Office Building, or on the grounds of the Capitol complex. (b) Methods of recognition. (1) All recognition of donors shall be reviewed by the office of the State Preservation Board. (2) Donors may be recognized by letters, certificates of appreciation, in printed material, and by other means determined by the board. Donors of
$50,000 or more will be listed as major donors. (3) Donors may be recognized at an event or events directly related to the Capitol restoration and approved by the office of the State Preservation Board.
|Source Note: The provisions of this §111.19 adopted to be effective February 22, 1991, 16 TexReg 771; amended to be effective November 12, 1991, 16 TexReg 6129; amended to be effective April 12, 1994, 19 TexReg 2197.