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20.765(1)(a)(a) General program operations — assembly. A sum sufficient to carry out the functions of the assembly, excluding expenses for legislative documents.
20.765(1)(b) (b) General program operations — senate. A sum sufficient to carry out the functions of the senate, excluding expenses for legislative documents.
20.765(1)(d) (d) Legislative documents. A sum sufficient to pay legislative expenses for acquisition, production, retention, sales and distribution of legislative documents authorized under ss. 13.17, 13.90 (1) (g), 13.92 (1) (e), 13.93 (3) and 35.78 (1) or the rules of the senate and assembly, except as provided in sub. (3) (em).
20.765(1)(e) (e) H. Rupert Theobald plaque. As a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for the joint committee on legislative organization to contract for preparation of a plaque under s. 13.90 (7).
Effective date note NOTE: Par. (e) is repealed eff. 1-1-98 by 1995 Wis. Act 162.
20.765(1)(ka) (ka) Information technology development projects. The amounts in the schedule for the purpose of conducting information technology development projects approved under s. 16.971 (5) for the legislature and legislative service agencies. All moneys transferred from the appropriation account under s. 20.870 (1) (q), (r) or (s) shall be credited to this appropriation account.
20.765(2) (2)Special study groups.
20.765(2)(a)(a) Retirement committees. For the joint survey committee on retirement systems and the retirement research committee, the amounts in the schedule to perform their functions under ss. 13.50 and 13.51.
20.765(2)(ab) (ab) Retirement actuarial studies. For the joint survey committee on retirement systems and retirement research committee, biennially, the amounts in the schedule for actuarial studies contracted and approved by the joint survey committee on retirement systems or the retirement research committee and for actuarial opinions ordered under s. 13.50 (6) (am).
20.765(2)(b) (b) Commission on uniform state laws. For the commission on uniform state laws, biennially, the amounts in the schedule to perform its functions under s. 13.55, to pay the state's annual contribution to the national conference and to pay for planning of the national conference of the commission on uniform state laws to be held in the city of Milwaukee in 1990.
20.765(3) (3)Service agencies and national associations.
20.765(3)(a)(a) Revisor of statutes bureau. For the revisor of statutes bureau, biennially, the amounts in the schedule for general program operations under s. 13.93.
20.765(3)(b) (b) Legislative reference bureau. For the legislative reference bureau, biennially, the amounts in the schedule for general program operations under s. 13.92.
20.765(3)(c) (c) Legislative audit bureau. For the legislative audit bureau, biennially, the amounts in the schedule for general program operations under s. 13.94.
20.765(3)(d) (d) Legislative fiscal bureau. For the legislative fiscal bureau, biennially, the amounts in the schedule for general program operations under s. 13.95.
20.765(3)(e) (e) Joint legislative council. For the joint legislative council, biennially, the amounts in the schedule for the execution of its functions under ss. 13.81 to 13.83 and 13.91 to conduct research, to develop studies and to assist the committees of the legislature.
20.765(3)(em) (em) Legislative data processing. Biennially, the amounts in the schedule for the joint committee on legislative organization to provide staff support for legislative document production and retention and operation of the legislative computer and data processing system funded under sub. (1) (d).
20.765(3)(f) (f) Joint committee on legislative organization. For the joint committee on legislative organization, biennially, the amounts in the schedule for special studies contracted or otherwise approved by the joint committee under s. 13.90.
20.765(3)(fa) (fa) Membership in national associations. A sum sufficient to be disbursed under s. 13.90 (4) for payment of the annual fees entitling the legislature to membership in national organizations including, without limitation because of enumeration, the national conference of state legislatures, the council of state governments and the national committee on uniform traffic laws and ordinances.
20.765(3)(g) (g) Gifts and grants to service agencies. For the legislative service agency under s. 13.81, 13.82, 13.90, 13.91, 13.92, 13.93, 13.94 or 13.95 to which directed, as a continuing appropriation, all gifts, grants, bequests and devises for the purposes for which made not inconsistent with said sections.
20.765(3)(ka) (ka) Audit bureau reimbursable audits. The amounts in the schedule for the provision of auditing services requested by state agencies or by the federal government, for audits specified in s. 13.94 (1s) (c) and for audits of the department of revenue relating to the state lottery and verifications of the odds of winning a lottery game under s. 565.37 (5). All moneys received by the legislative audit bureau from charges assessed to departments under s. 13.94 (1s) shall be credited to this appropriation.
20.765(3)(m) (m) Federal aid. All moneys received from the federal government as authorized by the governor under s. 16.54, for the legislative service agency to which directed.
subch. IX of ch. 20 SUBCHAPTER IX
GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS
20.835 20.835 Shared revenue and tax relief. There is appropriated for distribution as follows:
20.835(1) (1)Shared revenue payments.
20.835(1)(b)(b) Small municipalities shared revenue. A sum sufficient to make the payments under s. 79.03 (3c).
20.835(1)(c) (c) Expenditure restraint program account. A sum sufficient to make the payments under s. 79.05.
20.835(1)(d) (d) Shared revenue account. A sum sufficient to meet the requirements of the shared revenue account established under s. 79.01 (2) to provide for the distributions from the shared revenue account to counties, towns, villages and cities under ss. 79.03, 79.04 and 79.06.
20.835(1)(f) (f) County mandate relief account. A sum sufficient to make the payments to counties under s. 79.058.
20.835(2) (2)Tax relief.
20.835(2)(b)(b) Claim of right credit. A sum sufficient to make the payments under s. 71.07 (1).
20.835(2)(c) (c) Homestead tax credit. A sum sufficient to pay the aggregate claims approved under subch. VIII of ch. 71.
20.835(2)(ci) (ci) Development zones investment credit. A sum sufficient to make the payments under ss. 71.07 (2di) (b) 2., 71.28 (1di) (b) 2. and 71.47 (1di) (b) 2.
20.835(2)(cL) (cL) Development zones location credit. A sum sufficient to make the payments under ss. 71.07 (2dL) (c) 2., 71.28 (1dL) (c) 2. and 71.47 (1dL) (c) 2.
20.835(2)(cm) (cm) Development zones jobs credit. A sum sufficient to make the payments under ss. 71.07 (2dj) (h), 71.28 (1dj) (h) and 71.47 (1dj) (h).
20.835(2)(cn) (cn) Development zones sales tax credit. A sum sufficient to make the payments under ss. 71.07 (2ds) (h), 71.28 (1ds) (h) and 71.47 (1ds) (h).
20.835(2)(d) (d) Farmers' drought property tax credit. A sum sufficient to pay the claims under ss. 71.07 (2fd), 71.28 (1fd) and 71.47 (1fd).
20.835(2)(dm) (dm) Farmland preservation credit. A sum sufficient to pay the aggregate claims approved under subch. IX of ch. 71.
20.835(2)(ep) (ep) Cigarette tax refunds. A sum sufficient to pay refunds under ss. 139.323 and 139.325.
20.835(2)(f) (f) Earned income tax credit. A sum sufficient to pay the claims approved under s. 71.07 (9e).
20.835(2)(q) (q) Farmland tax relief credit. From the lottery fund, a sum sufficient to pay the aggregate claims approved under ss. 71.07 (3m) (c), 71.28 (2m) (c) and 71.47 (2m) (c).
20.835(3) (3)State property tax credits.
20.835(3)(b)(b) School levy tax credit. A sum sufficient to make the payments under s. 79.10 (4).
20.835(3)(q) (q) Lottery credit. From the lottery fund, a sum sufficient to make the payments under s. 79.10 (5).
20.835(3)(r) (r) Lottery credit precertification. From the lottery fund, a sum sufficient to make payments under s. 79.10 (7r) to counties and cities for precertification of the lottery credit.
20.835(4) (4)County and local taxes.
20.835(4)(g)(g) County taxes. All moneys received from the taxes imposed under s. 77.70 for distribution to the counties that enact an ordinance imposing taxes under that section and for interest payments on refunds under s. 77.76 (3), except that 1.5% of those tax revenues collected under that section shall be credited to the appropriation account under s. 20.566 (1) (g).
20.835(4)(gb) (gb) Special district taxes. All moneys received from the taxes imposed under s. 77.705, for the purpose of distribution to the special districts that adopt a resolution imposing taxes under subch. V of ch. 77, and for the purpose of financing a local professional baseball park district, except that of those tax revenues collected under subch. V of ch. 77 3% for the first 2 years of collection and 1.5% thereafter shall be credited to the appropriation account under s. 20.566 (1) (gd).
20.835(4)(gg) (gg) Local taxes. Ninety-seven percent of the moneys received from the taxes imposed under s. 66.75 (1m) (a) and (b) and subchs. VIII and IX of ch. 77, for distribution to the districts under subch. II of ch. 229 that impose those taxes.
20.835(5) (5)Payments in lieu of taxes.
20.835(5)(a)(a) Payments for municipal services. The amounts in the schedule to make payments for municipal services provided by municipalities to state facilities, as determined under s. 70.119 (7).
20.835(6) (6)County assessment aids.
Effective date note NOTE: Sub. (6) is repealed eff. 7-2-96 by 1995 Wis. Act 27.
20.855 20.855 Miscellaneous appropriations. There is appropriated for the following programs:
20.855(1) (1)Cash management expenses; interest and principal repayment.
20.855(1)(a)(a) Obligation on operating notes. A sum sufficient to pay principal, interest and premium, if any, due on operating notes, including amounts due on periodic payments, pursuant to resolutions authorizing the issuance of the operating notes under s. 18.73 (1).
20.855(1)(b) (b) Operating note expenses. A sum sufficient to pay for the expenses of issuing operating notes and reserves securing such notes issued under subch. III of ch. 18.
20.855(1)(c) (c) Interest payments to program revenue accounts. A sum sufficient to pay interest on temporary reallocations of moneys from program revenue accounts under s. 20.002 (11).
20.855(1)(d) (d) Interest payments to segregated funds. A sum sufficient to pay interest on temporary reallocations of moneys from segregated funds under s. 20.002 (11).
20.855(1)(e) (e) Interest on prorated local government payments. A sum sufficient to pay interest on payments to local units of government under s. 16.53 (11).
20.855(1)(q) (q) Redemption of operating notes. From the operating note redemption fund, a sum sufficient to pay principal, interest and premium, if any, due on operating notes issued under subch. III of ch. 18.
20.855(1)(r) (r) Interest payments to general fund. A sum sufficient to pay interest on temporary reallocations of moneys from the general fund under s. 20.002 (11).
20.855(3) (3)Relocation expenses.
20.855(3)(a)(a) Capitol offices relocation. A sum sufficient to pay for costs associated with the permanent or temporary relocation of offices located in the capitol, to be expended upon approval of the department of administration and building commission in the case of executive and judicial branch offices or the joint committee on legislative organization, in the case of legislative branch offices.
20.855(4) (4)Tax, assistance and transfer payments.
20.855(4)(a)(a) Interest on overpayment of taxes. A sum sufficient to pay interest on overpayments of taxes refunded or credited under s. 70.511 (2) (b), 71.89 (1), 71.90 (1) or 77.59 (6) (c).
20.855(4)(am) (am) Great Lakes protection fund contribution. As a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for the department of administration to make this state's contribution to the Great Lakes protection fund under s. 14.84 and to pay any interest due the Great Lakes protection fund because of late payment of this state's contribution.
20.855(4)(b) (b) Election campaign payments. A sum sufficient equal to the amounts determined under s. 71.10 (3) to be paid into the Wisconsin election campaign fund annually on August 15.
20.855(4)(c) (c) Minnesota income tax reciprocity. A sum sufficient to pay to the state of Minnesota any losses of income taxes occurring because of income tax reciprocity between this state and Minnesota and any interest payments due under s. 71.10 (7).
20.855(4)(ca) (ca) Minnesota income tax reciprocity bench mark. The amounts in the schedule to fund a bench mark study by the department of revenue of the revenue loss under s. 71.10 (7) (b).
20.855(4)(e) (e) Transfer to conservation fund; land acquisition reimbursement. A sum sufficient in an amount equal to the amount to be paid into the conservation fund as determined under s. 25.29 (1) (e). The amounts may be paid at such intervals during each fiscal year as the secretary of administration deems appropriate or necessary.
20.855(4)(q) (q) Terminal tax distribution. From the transportation fund, a sum sufficient for the towns', villages' and cities' share of railroad taxes under s. 76.24 (2).
20.855(4)(s) (s) Transfer to conservation fund; motorboat formula. From the transportation fund, a sum sufficient in an amount equal to the amount to be paid into the conservation fund as determined under s. 25.29 (1) (c). The amounts may be paid at such intervals during each fiscal year as the secretary of administration deems appropriate or necessary.
20.855(4)(t) (t) Transfer to conservation fund; snowmobile formula. On July 1 of each fiscal year, from the transportation fund, a sum sufficient in an amount as determined under s. 25.29 (1) (d) to be paid into the snowmobile account in the conservation fund.
20.855(4)(u) (u) Transfer to conservation fund; all-terrain vehicle formula. From the transportation fund, a sum sufficient in an amount equal to the amount to be paid into the conservation fund as determined under s. 25.29 (1) (dm). The amounts may be paid at such intervals during each fiscal year as the secretary of administration deems appropriate or necessary.
20.855(5) (5)State housing authority reserve fund.
20.855(5)(a)(a) Enhancement of credit of authority debt. The amounts in the schedule to be paid into the state housing authority reserve fund.
20.855(6) (6)Miscellaneous receipts.
20.855(6)(g)(g) Gifts and grants. As a continuing appropriation, all moneys received from moneys deposited in the general fund under s. 20.907 to carry out the purposes for which such moneys were given. The department of administration may establish numeric subunits from the appropriation made under this paragraph for each state agency or division thereof which receives or is designated to act as trustee for a gift, grant, bequest or devise for which no specific appropriation is made under this chapter. For internal accounting purposes only, the department may reflect the amounts in each subunit under the appropriation totals for the respective state agencies administering the programs for which the gifts, grants, bequests or devises are used.
20.855(6)(h) (h) Vehicle and aircraft receipts. The amounts in the schedule for the purpose of subsidizing the cost of operation, maintenance and depreciation of the vehicles and aircraft. All moneys received by state agencies under ss. 11.37 and 20.916 (7) for political and other personal uses of state-owned vehicles and aircraft shall be credited to this appropriation. The department of administration may transfer moneys from this appropriation to the proper appropriation of any state agency from which state vehicle and aircraft costs are financed.
20.855(6)(i) (i) Miscellaneous program revenue. The amounts in the schedule for authorized purposes for revenue deposited into the general fund under s. 20.906 (1) and not otherwise appropriated under this chapter. All moneys received for authorized purposes from revenue deposited into the general fund under s. 20.906 (1), not otherwise appropriated under this chapter, shall be credited to this appropriation. The department of administration may establish numeric subunits from the appropriation made under this paragraph for each state agency or division thereof which receives revenue for which no specific appropriation is made under this chapter. For internal accounting purposes only, the department may reflect the amounts in each subunit under the appropriation totals for the respective state agencies administering the programs for which the revenue is used.
20.855(6)(j) (j) Custody accounts. All moneys received by state agencies for deposit in accounts authorized under s. 20.907 (5), together with interest or other income authorized to be credited to such accounts, to carry out the purposes for which received. The department of administration may establish numeric subunits from the appropriation made under this paragraph for each state agency or division thereof depositing moneys in an account authorized in s. 20.907 (5). For internal accounting purposes only, the department may reflect the amounts in each subunit under the appropriation totals for the respective state agencies depositing the moneys.
20.855(6)(k) (k) Aids to individuals and organizations. All moneys received by any state agency from any other state agency for the purpose of providing aids to individuals and organizations under any program authorized by law that are not directed to be deposited in any other appropriation account, to be used for the purpose of providing such aids. The department of administration may establish numeric subunits from the appropriation made under this paragraph for each state agency or division thereof which receives moneys for the purpose of providing aids to individuals or organizations under any program authorized by law that are not directed to be deposited in any other appropriation account. For internal accounting purposes only, the department may reflect the amounts in each subunit under the appropriation totals for the respective state agencies administering the programs for which the moneys are used.
20.855(6)(ka) (ka) Local assistance. All moneys received by any state agency from any other state agency for the purpose of providing assistance to local governmental units under any program authorized by law that are not directed to be deposited in any other appropriation account, to be used for the purpose of providing such assistance. The department of administration may establish numeric subunits from the appropriation made under this paragraph for each state agency or division thereof which receives moneys for the purpose of providing assistance to local governmental units under any program authorized by law that are not directed to be deposited in any other appropriation account. For internal accounting purposes only, the department may reflect the amounts in each subunit under the appropriation totals for the respective state agencies administering the programs for which the moneys are used.
20.855(6)(m) (m) Federal aid. As a continuing appropriation, all moneys received from moneys deposited in the general fund under s. 16.54 to carry out the purposes for which such moneys were given. The department of administration may establish numeric subunits from the appropriation made under this paragraph for each state agency or division thereof which receives moneys from the federal government under s. 16.54 for which no specific appropriation is made under this chapter. For internal accounting purposes only, the department may reflect the amounts in each subunit under the appropriation totals for the respective state agencies administering the programs for which the federal moneys are used.
20.855(6)(pz) (pz) Indirect cost reimbursements. All moneys not otherwise appropriated under this chapter received from the federal government as reimbursement of indirect costs of grants and contracts for the purposes authorized in s. 16.54 (9) (b).
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