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24.716(4) (4)Failure to make payment. If the district board fails to remit the amounts due under sub. (3), the secretary of administration, upon certification of delinquency by the board of commissioners of public lands, shall deduct the amount due, including any penalty, from any state aid payments due the district, shall remit such amount to the board, and, no later than June 15, shall notify the district board to that effect.
24.716 History History: 2007 a. 20; 2009 a. 2; 2011 a. 71.
24.717 24.717 Collections from local professional baseball park districts.
24.717(1)(1) Applicability. This section applies to all outstanding trust fund loans to local professional baseball park districts created under subch. III of ch. 229.
24.717(2) (2)Certified statement. If a local professional baseball park district has a state trust fund loan, the board of commissioners of public lands shall transmit to the local professional baseball park district board a certified statement of the amount due on or before October 1 of each year until the loan is paid. The board of commissioners of public lands shall furnish a copy of each certified statement to the department of administration.
24.717(3) (3)Payment to board. The local professional baseball park district board shall remit to the board of commissioners of public lands on its own order the full amount due for state trust fund loans within 15 days after March 15. Any payment not made by March 30 is delinquent and is subject to a penalty of 1 percent per month or fraction thereof, to be paid to the board of commissioners of public lands with the delinquent payment.
24.717(4) (4)Failure to make payment. If the local professional baseball park district board fails to remit the amounts due under sub. (3), the secretary of administration, upon certification of delinquency by the board of commissioners of public lands, shall deduct the amount due, including any penalty, from any state payments due the district, shall remit such amount to the board, and, no later than June 15, shall notify the district board and the board of commissioners of public lands to that effect.
24.717 History History: 2009 a. 28; 2011 a. 71.
24.72 24.72 Use of funds. No money obtained by a borrower from a state trust fund loan may be applied to or paid out for any purpose except that specified in the application for the loan without the consent of the board.
24.72 History History: 1971 c. 154; 1979 c. 221; 1981 c. 169; Stats. 1981 s. 24.72; 1995 a. 27.
24.73 24.73 Extension of loan. All loans made or which may be made from any state trust funds to any borrower may be extended for such time and upon such terms as may be agreed upon by and between the board and such borrower; provided, however, that no loan shall be extended upon which there is any default in the payment of interest at the time of making application therefor, nor to any period beyond 20 years from its inception, nor at any rate of interest less than the minimum established by law.
24.73 History History: 1981 c. 169; Stats. 1981 s. 24.73; 1995 a. 27.
24.74 24.74 Duty of attorney general and revenue department. If any officer neglects or refuses to perform any duty required of the officer by law in relation to the levy or collection of any tax required to be raised to make any payment of principal or interest on any loan from the state, the attorney general shall apply to the supreme court for a mandamus to compel the performance of such duty; and the department of revenue may do or cause to be done the duty required of such officer with the same effect as if done by the officer.
24.74 History History: 1981 c. 169; Stats. 1981 s. 24.74; 1991 a. 316.
24.75 24.75 Interest, how accounted for. All money collected as interest upon any state trust fund loan shall be paid into the state treasury. All moneys collected as interest upon any trust fund loan are considered gross receipts and shall be credited to the income of the fund from which the loan was made except that expenses may be deducted as provided under s. 24.62 (1).
24.75 History History: 1979 c. 221; 1981 c. 169; Stats. 1981 s. 24.75; 1989 a. 31.
24.76 24.76 Common school fund. All moneys accruing to the state by virtue of article X, section 2, of the constitution, and all other moneys paid into the state treasury on account of the capital of the school fund, constitute the school fund. All of said fund, except that portion set apart for state universities by s. 24.80, having been found necessary for the support and maintenance of common schools in each school district, and the purchase of suitable libraries and apparatus therefor, is set apart for those objects and denominated the "Common School Fund" which is a separate and perpetual fund.
24.76 History History: 1981 c. 169; Stats. 1981 s. 24.76; 1983 a. 192.
24.77 24.77 Common school fund income. The common school fund income is constituted of the interest derived from the common school fund and from unpaid balances of purchase money on sales of common school lands; and all other revenues derived from the common school lands; but the common school fund income and interest and revenues derived from the common school fund and from common school lands do not include expenses deducted from gross receipts permitted under ss. 24.04 (2), 24.53 and 24.62 (1).
24.77 History History: 1979 c. 34; 1981 c. 169; Stats. 1981 s. 24.77; 1989 a. 31.
24.78 24.78 Distribution of the common school fund income. Under article X, section 5, of the constitution the common school fund income shall be distributed to the school districts among the several towns, villages and cities of the state for the support of common schools therein, as provided in s. 43.70.
24.78 History History: 1971 c. 152 s. 38; 1981 c. 169; Stats. 1981 s. 24.78; 1983 a. 192; 1997 a. 27; 1999 a. 9.
24.79 24.79 Swampland grants. All swamp and overflowed lands and moneys in lieu thereof received from the United States by virtue of the act of congress approved September 28, 1850, entitled "an act to enable the state of Arkansas and other states to reclaim the swamp lands within their limits;" and all moneys received as purchase money for such lands, including loans and investments and moneys due upon certificates of sale thereof; and all swamp lands and moneys in lieu thereof received subsequent to the enactment of chapter 537, laws of 1865, or which are hereafter received, from the United States; and the proceeds of the sale of all lands conveyed to this state pursuant to the act of congress approved March 2, 1865, entitled "an act for the relief of purchasers and locators of swamp and overflowed lands," are trust lands and moneys, to be applied, exclusively, as provided in s. 24.80.
24.79 History History: 1981 c. 169; Stats. 1981 s. 24.79; 1999 a. 83.
24.80 24.80 Normal school fund. The lands and moneys described in s. 24.79, not being granted for any other specified purpose, accrue to the school fund under article X, section 2, of the constitution; and having been found unnecessary for the support and maintenance of common schools, are appropriated to the support and maintenance of state universities and suitable libraries and apparatus therefor, and to that end are set apart and denominated the "Normal School Fund". All lands, moneys, loans, investments and securities set apart to the normal school fund and all swamp lands and income and interest received on account of the capital of that fund constitute a separate and perpetual fund. Normal school fund income, interest and revenues do not include expenses deducted from gross receipts permitted under ss. 24.04 (2), 24.53 and 24.62 (1).
24.80 History History: 1979 c. 34; 1981 c. 169; 1981 c. 391 s. 210; Stats. 1981 s. 24.80; 1983 a. 192; 1989 a. 31; 2009 a. 28; 2011 a. 32.
24.81 24.81 University fund. All moneys accruing to the state under article X, section 6, of the constitution, and all other moneys paid into the state treasury on account of the capital of the university fund, constitute the university fund, which is a separate and perpetual fund. University fund income, interest and revenues do not include expenses deducted from gross receipts permitted under ss. 24.04 (2), 24.53 and 24.62 (1).
24.81 History History: 1979 c. 34; 1981 c. 169; Stats. 1981 s. 24.81; 1983 a. 192; 1989 a. 31.
24.82 24.82 Agricultural college fund. All moneys derived from the sale of the lands and land scrip accruing to the state by virtue of the act of congress approved July 2, 1862, entitled "an act donating public lands to the several states and territories which may provide colleges for the benefit of agricultural and the mechanic arts," and income and interest received on account of the capital of the agricultural college fund, constitute the agricultural college fund, which is a separate and perpetual fund and shall remain forever undiminished. Agricultural college fund income, interest and revenues do not include expenses deducted from gross receipts permitted under ss. 24.04 (2), 24.53 and 24.62 (1). If this fund is by any action or contingency impaired, a state tax is hereby levied sufficient to replace the same, to be collected with the state taxes for the next ensuing year and paid into this fund.
24.82 History History: 1979 c. 34; 1981 c. 169; Stats. 1981 s. 24.82; 1989 a. 31.
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2011-12 Wisconsin Statutes updated though 2013 Wis. Act 200 and all Supreme Court Orders entered before April 11, 2014. Published and certified under s. 35.18. Changes effective after April 11, 2014 are designated by NOTES. (Published 4-11-14)