The remaining two digits indicate the state agency or subject area to which the
provision relates:
XX01 Administration.
XX02 Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection.
XX03 Arts Board.
XX04 Building Commission.
XX05 Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board.
XX06 Children and Families.
XX07 Circuit Courts.
XX08 Corrections.
XX09 Court of Appeals.
XX10 District Attorneys.
XX11 Educational Approval Board.
XX12 Educational Communications Board.
XX13 Elections Commission.
XX14 Employee Trust Funds.
XX15 Employment Relations Commission.
XX16 Ethics Commission.
XX17 Financial Institutions.
XX18 Governor.
XX19 Health and Educational Facilities Authority.
XX20 Health Services.
XX21 Higher Educational Aids Board.
XX22 Historical Society.
XX23 Housing and Economic Development Authority.
XX24 Insurance.
XX25 Investment Board.
XX26 Joint Committee on Finance.
XX27 Judicial Commission.
XX28 Justice.
XX29 Legislature.
XX30 Lieutenant Governor.
XX31 Local Government.
XX32 Military Affairs.
XX33 Natural Resources.

XX34 Public Defender Board.
XX35 Public Instruction.
XX36 Public Lands, Board of Commissioners of.
XX37 Public Service Commission.
XX38 Revenue.
XX39 Safety and Professional Services.
XX40 Secretary of State.
XX41 State Fair Park Board.
XX42 Supreme Court.
XX43 Technical College System.
XX44 Tourism.
XX45 Transportation.
XX46 Treasurer.
XX47 University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Authority;
Medical College of Wisconsin.
XX48 University of Wisconsin System.
XX49 Veterans Affairs.
XX50 Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation.
XX51 Workforce Development.
XX52 Other.
For example, for general nonstatutory provisions relating to the State
Historical Society, see Section 9122. For any agency that is not assigned a two-digit
identification number and that is attached to another agency, see the number of the
latter agency. For any other agency not assigned a two-digit identification number
or any provision that does not relate to the functions of a particular agency, see
number “52" (Other) within each type of provision.
Separate section numbers and headings appear for each type of provision and
for each state agency, even if there are no provisions included in that section number
and heading. Section numbers and headings for which there are no provisions will
be deleted in enrolling and will not appear in the published act.
Following is a list of the most commonly used abbreviations appearing in the
DATCP   Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection
DCF   Department of Children and Families
DETF   Department of Employee Trust Funds
DFI   Department of Financial Institutions
DHS   Department of Health Services
DMA   Department of Military Affairs
DNR   Department of Natural Resources
DOA   Department of Administration
DOC   Department of Corrections
DOJ   Department of Justice
DOR   Department of Revenue

DOT   Department of Transportation
DPI   Department of Public Instruction
DSPS   Department of Safety and Professional Services
DVA   Department of Veterans Affairs
DWD   Department of Workforce Development
JCF   Joint Committee on Finance
LRB   Legislative Reference Bureau
OCI   Office of the Commissioner of Insurance
PSC   Public Service Commission
SHS   State Historical Society
TCS   Technical College System
UW   University of Wisconsin
WEDC   Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation
WHEDA   Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority
WHEFA   Wisconsin Health and Educational Facilities Authority
This bill changes the amount of license fees and agricultural chemical cleanup
surcharges that manufacturers and distributors of fertilizer and of soil or plant
additives, manufacturers and labelers of pesticides, dealers and distributors of
restricted-use pesticides, and commercial applicators of pesticides are required to
pay to DATCP, and provides that many of these fees are reduced depending on the
amount available in the agricultural chemical cleanup fund. The bill also requires
a licensed pesticide manufacturer or labeler who stops selling or distributing a
pesticide to pay a final license fee and a final agricultural chemical cleanup
surcharge, and changes the amount of each license fee received from a pesticide
manufacturer or labeler that is deposited into the environmental fund. The bill also
eliminates the requirement that a pesticide manufacturer or labeler pay an
environmental cleanup surcharge for certain pesticide products intended for use on
wood, and creates a reduced feed inspection fee and weights and measures inspection
fee for licensed commercial feed distributors who distribute less than 200 tons of
commercial feed per year. In addition, the bill eliminates the classification of an
“exempt buyer,” which under current law allows certain licensed commercial feed
manufacturers or distributors to claim credits against certain required inspection
fees. The bill also increases the maximum amount of corrective action costs, incurred
in response to a harmful discharge of an agricultural chemical, that may be incurred
while still remaining eligible for a 75 percent reimbursement from DATCP.
This bill repeals the farm to school program, under which DATCP promotes
programs that connect schools with nearby farms to provide children with locally
produced foods in school meals, and eliminates the farm to school council, which
advises DATCP and reports to the legislature about the needs and opportunities for
farm to school programs.
This bill increases the general obligation bonding authority for the Soil and
Water Resource Management Program, which awards grants to counties to help fund
their land and water conservation activities, by $7,000,000. The bill also requires

DATCP and DNR, when preparing their annual grant allocation plan for making
these grants, to consider the existence of any impaired water bodies or agricultural
enterprise areas, and to give priority to projects that are in or near, or that affect,
those areas.
This bill transfers the Agricultural Education and Workforce Development
Council from DATCP to DWD and adds the secretary of workforce development as
a member of the council's executive committee. In addition, the bill requires the
Veterinary Examining Board to create, by rule, a procedure for addressing
allegations that a licensed veterinarian's or veterinary technician's ability to practice
is impaired by alcohol or other drugs.
Commerce and economic development