25.48 25.48 Dry cleaner environmental response fund. There is established a separate nonlapsible trust fund designated as the dry cleaner environmental response fund, to consist of the moneys required under s. 77.9964 (3) to be deposited in the fund and moneys collected under ss. 292.65 (8) (j), (8m), and (9) (c).
25.48 History History: 1997 a. 27; 1999 a. 9; 2003 a. 312.
25.49 25.49 Economic development fund. There is established a separate nonlapsible trust fund designated as the economic development fund, to consist of the surcharge imposed under subch. VII of ch. 77.
25.50 25.50 Local government pooled-investment fund.
25.50(1)(1) Definitions. In this section:
25.50(1)(b) (b) "Fund" means the local government pooled-investment fund.
25.50(1)(c) (c) "Local funds" means funds under the control or in the custody of any local government or local official that are not required to meet current expenditures or demands.
25.50(1)(d) (d) "Local government" means any county, town, village, city, power district, sewerage district, drainage district, town sanitary district, public inland lake protection and rehabilitation district, local professional baseball park district created under subch. III of ch. 229, long-term care district under s. 46.2895, local professional football stadium district created under subch. IV of ch. 229, local cultural arts district created under subch. V of ch. 229, public library system, school district or technical college district in this state, any commission, committee, board or officer of any governmental subdivision of this state, any court of this state, other than the court of appeals or the supreme court, or any authority created under s. 114.61, 231.02, 233.02, or 234.02.
Effective date note NOTE: Par. (d) is shown as amended eff. 1-1-15 by 2013 Wis. Act 20. Prior to 1-1-15 it reads:
Effective date text (d) "Local government" means any county, town, village, city, power district, sewerage district, drainage district, town sanitary district, public inland lake protection and rehabilitation district, local professional baseball park district created under subch. III of ch. 229, long-term care district under s. 46.2895, local professional football stadium district created under subch. IV of ch. 229, local cultural arts district created under subch. V of ch. 229, public library system, school district or technical college district in this state, any commission, committee, board or officer of any governmental subdivision of this state, any court of this state, other than the court of appeals or the supreme court, or any authority created under s. 114.61, 149.41, 231.02, 233.02 or 234.02.
25.50(1)(e) (e) "Local official" means each officer or employee of a local government who by law or vote of the governing body of the local government is made the custodian of funds.
25.50(2) (2)Creation. There is established within the state investment fund a local government pooled-investment fund with a separate and identifiable account within the fund for each local government.
25.50(3) (3)Local governments authorized to place funds in pool.
25.50(3)(a)(a) With the consent of the governing body, a local official may transfer local funds to the department of administration for deposit in the fund.
25.50(3)(b) (b) On the dates specified and to the extent to which they are available, subject to s. 16.53 (10), funds payable to local governments under ss. 79.035, 79.04, 79.05, 79.08, and 79.10 shall be considered local funds and, pursuant to the instructions of local officials, may be paid into the separate accounts of all local governments established in the local government pooled-investment fund and, pursuant to the instructions of local officials, to the extent to which they are available, be disbursed or invested.
25.50(4) (4)Period of investments; withdrawal of funds. Subject to the right of the local government to specify the period in which its funds may be held in the fund, the department of administration shall prescribe the mechanisms and procedures for deposits and withdrawals.
25.50(5) (5)Investment policies. The board shall formulate policies for the investment and reinvestment of moneys in the fund and the acquisition, retention, management and disposition of such investments. The board shall provide a copy of the investment policies, together with any guidelines adopted by the board to direct staff investment activity, to each local government having an investment in the fund upon the local government's request and at least annually to all investors. The board shall distribute at least annually performance information over the preceding one-year, 5-year and 10-year periods, compared with appropriate indexes or benchmarks in the private sector. The investment policies shall include all of the following:
25.50(5)(a) (a) Any types of prohibited investments.
25.50(5)(b) (b) Any restrictions on allocation of assets among various asset types.
25.50(5)(c) (c) Credit standards for private companies in which the fund may invest.
25.50(5)(d) (d) Dollar or percentage limits on investments in a single company or bank.
25.50(5m) (5m)Monthly reporting requirements.
25.50(5m)(a)(a) The board, in cooperation with the department of administration, shall provide a monthly report to each local government having an investment in the fund. The board shall use all reasonable efforts to provide the report to the local government no later than 6 business days after the end of the month covered by the report. The report shall include information on the fund's earnings for the month, with comparison to appropriate indexes or benchmarks in the private sector.
25.50(5m)(b) (b) Upon request of any local government having an investment in the fund, the board shall provide a summary of securities held by the fund, including for each type of security, its cost, current value and, in the case of debt instruments, the average maturity. The board shall provide the information as soon as practicable after receiving the request.
25.50(6) (6)Board to invest, reinvest pooled funds. In the amounts available for investment purposes and subject to the policies formulated by the board, the board shall invest and reinvest moneys in the fund and acquire, retain, manage, including the exercise of any voting rights, and dispose of investments of the fund.
25.50(7) (7)Reimbursement of expenses. The department of administration shall deduct monthly from the earnings of the fund during the preceding calendar month an amount sufficient to cover all actual and necessary expenses incurred by the state in administering the fund in the preceding calendar month, except that in no fiscal year may the department of administration deduct an amount exceeding the amount appropriated under s. 20.505 (1) (gc) for that fiscal year.
25.50(8) (8)Separate accounts.
25.50(8)(a)(a) The department of administration shall keep a separate account for each local government and shall record the individual amounts and the totals of all investments of each local government's moneys in the fund.
25.50(8)(b) (b) The department of administration shall report monthly to each local official the deposits and withdrawals of the preceding month and any other activity within the account.
25.50(8)(c) (c) For each municipality that invests in the fund surplus debt service funds under s. 67.11 (2) (d), the department of administration shall keep separate accounts for such surplus debt service funds and for all other local funds of the municipality that are invested in the fund.
25.50(9) (9)Rules. The department of administration may promulgate rules to carry out the purposes of this section.
25.50(10) (10)Insurance of principal. The department of administration may obtain insurance for the safety of the principal investments of the fund. The insurance is a reimbursable expense under sub. (7).
25.55 25.55 Land information fund. There is created a separate nonlapsible trust fund designated as the land information fund, consisting of moneys received under s. 59.72 (5) (a).
25.55 History History: 2013 a. 20.
25.60 25.60 Budget stabilization fund. There is created a separate nonlapsible trust fund designated as the budget stabilization fund, consisting of moneys transferred to the fund from the general fund under ss. 16.518 (3) and 16.72 (4) (b). Moneys in the budget stabilization fund are reserved to provide state revenue stability during periods of below-normal economic activity when actual state revenues are lower than estimated revenues under s. 20.005 (1).
25.61 25.61 VendorNet fund. There is created a separate nonlapsible trust fund designated as the VendorNet fund consisting of all revenues accruing to the state from fees assessed under s. 16.701 (1) and (2) and from gifts, grants, and bequests made for the purposes of s. 16.701 (1) and (2) and moneys transferred to the fund from other funds.
25.62 25.62 Property tax relief fund. All moneys transferred from the general fund to the property tax relief fund constitute the property tax relief fund. Moneys in the fund are reserved to provide state property tax relief.
25.62 History History: 1995 a. 213; 1997 a. 27.
25.65 25.65 County mining investment fund.
25.65(1) (1) Definitions. In this section:
25.65(1)(b) (b) "County funds" mean payments received by counties under s. 70.395 (2) (d) 1.
25.65(1)(c) (c) "County government" means any county in this state.
25.65(1)(d) (d) "County official" means each officer or employee of a county government who by law or vote of the governing body of the county government is made custodian of county funds.
25.65(1)(e) (e) "Fund" means the county mining investment fund.
25.65(2) (2)Creation. There is established under the control of the board a county mining investment fund with a separate and identifiable account within the fund for each county government.
25.65(3) (3)County governments authorized to place county funds in fund. With the consent of the county board a county official may transfer county funds received under s. 70.395 (2) (d) 1. to the state treasurer for deposit in the fund. A county official may authorize the investment and local impact fund board to transfer the county funds to the state treasurer for the county.
25.65(4) (4)Period of investments; withdrawal of funds. Subject to the restrictions in this subsection the state treasurer shall prescribe the mechanisms and procedures for deposits and withdrawals. The mechanisms and procedures shall include a requirement for review and approval by the investment and local impact fund board of all withdrawals made within 10 years of deposit. The state treasurer shall notify the investment and local impact fund board of all withdrawals made 10 years or more after deposit. Withdrawals shall be made only to cover the costs of alleviating impacts due to the closing of a metalliferous mine in the county or the curtailment of metalliferous mining activity in the county.
25.65(5) (5)Investment policies. The board shall formulate policies for the investment and reinvestment of moneys in the fund and the acquisition, retention, management and disposition of the investments.
25.65(6) (6)Reimbursement of expenses. The state treasurer shall deduct quarterly a maximum of 0.25% of the amount of income received from the earnings of the fund during the preceding calendar quarter for all actual and necessary expenses incurred by the state in administering the fund.
25.65(7) (7)Separate accounts.
25.65(7)(a)(a) The department of administration shall keep a separate account for each county government and shall record the individual amounts and the totals of all investments of each county government's moneys in the fund.
25.65(7)(b) (b) The state treasurer shall report quarterly to each county official the deposits and withdrawals of the preceding quarter and any other activity within the account.
25.65 History History: 1977 c. 423; 1991 a. 259; 1999 a. 83.
25.67 25.67 Children's trust fund.
25.67(1) (1) The children's trust fund is created as a separate fund. Moneys in the fund shall be expended only for the purposes specified in s. 48.982 (2m).
25.67(2) (2)
25.67(2)(a)(a) The fund shall consist of all moneys received for the fund under s. 48.982 (2) (d) or (2e) (a) 3.
25.67(2)(b) (b) All moneys in the fund that are not expended under s. 20.433 (1) (q) shall continue to accumulate indefinitely.
25.68 25.68 Support collections trust fund. There is created a separate nonlapsible trust fund designated as the support collections trust fund, to consist of all of the following:
25.68(1) (1) All moneys received by the department of children and families under s. 49.854, except for moneys received under s. 49.854 (11) (b).
25.68(2) (2) All moneys received under ss. 767.57 and 767.75 for child or family support, maintenance or spousal support, health care expenses or birth expenses.
25.68(3) (3) All moneys not specified under sub. (2) that are received under a judgment or order in an action affecting the family, as defined in s. 767.001 (1), by the department of children and families or its designee.
25.68(4) (4) All moneys received under s. 49.855 (4) from the department of revenue or the department of administration that were withheld by the department of revenue or the internal revenue service for delinquent child support, family support, or maintenance or outstanding court-ordered amounts for past support, medical expenses, or birth expenses.
25.68 History History: 1997 a. 191; 2001 a. 16; 2005 a. 443 s. 265; 2007 a. 20.
25.69 25.69 Permanent endowment fund. There is established a separate nonlapsible trust fund designated as the permanent endowment fund, consisting of all of the proceeds from the sale of the state's right to receive payments under the Attorneys General Master Tobacco Settlement Agreement of November 23, 1998, and all investment earnings on the proceeds. Any revenues or proceeds that are derived from the repurchase by the state of the tobacco settlement revenues under s. 16.527 (3) (c) 1. are also deposited into the permanent endowment fund. Beginning in the 2009-10 fiscal year, there is transferred from the permanent endowment fund to the Medical Assistance trust fund $50,000,000 in each fiscal year and the remainder of moneys deposited into the permanent endowment fund in each fiscal year is transferred to the general fund.
25.69 History History: 2001 a. 16, 109; 2003 a. 33; 2007 a. 20, 226.
25.70 25.70 Historical society trust fund. There is established a separate nonlapsible trust fund designated as the historical society trust fund, consisting of all endowment principal and income and all cash balances of the historical society. Unless the board of curators of the historical society determines otherwise in each case, only the income from the assets in the historical society trust fund is available for expenditure. In this section, unless otherwise provided in the gift, grant, or bequest, principal and income are determined as provided under subch. XI of ch. 701.
25.70 History History: 1985 a. 29; 1987 a. 27; 2005 a. 10; 2013 a. 92.
25.72 25.72 Historical legacy trust fund. There is established a separate nonlapsible trust fund designated as the historical legacy trust fund that consists of all moneys in the bicentennial account under s. 25.72 (2), 1999 stats., and all gifts, grants, or bequests made to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Wisconsin statehood.
25.72 History History: 1997 a. 27; 2001 a. 16.
25.73 25.73 Historical society endowment fund. There is established a separate nonlapsible endowment fund designated as the historical society endowment fund, to consist of all gifts, grants, or bequests made to the fund. Notwithstanding s. 20.907 (1), the historical society may convert any noncash gift, grant, or bequest into cash.
25.73 History History: 1997 a. 27; 2001 a. 16.
25.74 25.74 History preservation partnership trust fund. There is established a separate nonlapsible trust fund designated as the history preservation partnership trust fund consisting of all moneys received from admissions, sales, and other receipts of the historical society, all contributions, gifts, grants, and bequests accepted by a corporation under s. 44.20 (3) (b) that are not retained by the corporation, all moneys received by a corporation under s. 44.20 (3) (b) for goods or services provided by the corporation that are not retained by the corporation, and all moneys transferred under 2003 Wisconsin Act 91, section 16 (1). Moneys in the fund may be expended only as provided in s. 20.245 (1) (r).
25.74 History History: 2003 a. 91.
25.75 25.75 Lottery fund.
25.75(1)(1) Definitions. In this section:
25.75(1)(b) (b) "Gross lottery revenues" means gross revenues from the sale of lottery tickets and lottery shares under ch. 565 and revenues from the imposition of fees, if any, under s. 565.10 (8) and includes compensation, including bonuses, if any, paid to retailers under s. 565.10 (14), regardless of whether the compensation is deducted by the retailer prior to transmitting lottery ticket and lottery share revenues to the commission.
25.75(1)(c) (c) "Lottery proceeds" means the remainder of the gross lottery revenues after deducting all of the following:
25.75(1)(c)2. 2. Amounts for prizes.
25.75(1)(c)3. 3. Amounts for other expenses, including compensation paid to retailers under s. 565.10 (14) and amounts paid to vendors for on-line services and supplies provided by the vendors under contract under s. 565.25 (2) (a).
25.75(2) (2)Creation. There is created a separate nonlapsible trust fund known as the lottery fund, to consist of gross lottery revenues received by the department of revenue and moneys transferred to the lottery fund under ss. 20.435 (5) (kg), 20.455 (2) (g), and 20.505 (8) (am), (g), and (jm).
25.75(3) (3)Distribution of gross lottery revenues. The distribution of the gross lottery revenues in the fund shall be subject to all of the following:
25.75(3)(a) (a) Prizes. An amount equal to at least 50% of each year's revenues from the sale of lottery tickets and lottery shares shall be returned as prizes to the holders of winning lottery tickets or lottery shares sold during that year.
25.75(3)(b) (b) Expenses. No more than an amount equal to 10% of gross lottery revenues for each year may be expended to pay the expenses for the operation and administration of the lottery, except that expenses for the operation and administration of the lottery may exceed 10% of gross lottery revenues if so approved by the joint committee on finance under s. 13.10. In computing expenses subject to the 10% limitation under this paragraph:
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2011-12 Wisconsin Statutes updated through 2013 Wis. Act 380 and all Supreme Court Orders entered before Oct. 4, 2014. Published and certified under s. 35.18. Changes effective after Oct. 4, 2014 are designated by NOTES. (Published 10-4-14)