20.115(8)(km) (km) General laboratory services. Biennially, the amounts in the schedule for the costs of the services performed by the department's central laboratory. All moneys received from the department for those services shall be credited to this appropriation.
20.115(8)(ks) (ks) State services. All moneys received from other state agencies for the costs of the services performed for those state agencies, to provide those services.
20.115(8)(m) (m) Federal funds. All moneys received from the federal government as authorized by the governor under s. 16.54 for central administrative services.
20.115(8)(pz) (pz) Indirect cost reimbursements. All moneys received from the federal government as reimbursement of indirect costs of grants and contracts for the purposes authorized in s. 16.54 (9) (b).
20.144 20.144 Financial institutions, department of. There is appropriated to the department of financial institutions for the following programs:
20.144(1) (1) Supervision of financial institutions, securities regulation and other functions.
20.144(1)(a) (a) Losses on public deposits. A sum sufficient for the payment to public depositors under s. 34.08 of losses as defined by s. 34.01 (2) and the expenses of administration and any reinsurance costs. The aggregate of payments may not exceed the total of all of the following:
20.144(1)(a)1. 1. The balance in the state deposit fund as of the close of business on June 30, 1955.
20.144(1)(a)2. 2. Interest on the balance under subd. 1. at the rate of 2 1/2 percent per year computed to July 31, 1985.
20.144(1)(a)3. 3. Beginning on August 1, 1985, interest on the balance under subd. 1. at a rate of 5 percent per year computed to the date of any payment of a loss.
20.144(1)(g) (g) General program operations. The amounts in the schedule for the general program operations of the department of financial institutions. Except as provided in pars. (a), (h), (i), (j), and (u) and sub. (3), all moneys received by the department, other than by the office of credit unions and the division of banking, and 88 percent of all moneys received by the office of credit unions and the department's division of banking shall be credited to this appropriation, but any balance at the close of a fiscal year under this appropriation shall lapse to the general fund. Annually, $150,000 of the amounts received under this appropriation account shall be transferred to the appropriation account under s. 20.575 (1) (g).
20.144(1)(h) (h) Gifts, grants, settlements, and publications. All moneys received from gifts, grants, bequests, forfeitures under s. 426.203, and settlements for the purposes for which made or received and all moneys received by the department as fees or other charges for photocopying, microfilm copying, generation of copies of documents from optical disc storage, sales of books, and other services provided in carrying out the functions of the department, for the purposes for which the moneys were received or collected.
20.144(1)(i) (i) Investor education and training fund. The amounts in the schedule for educating residents of this state about securities and franchise investments as provided in ss. 551.601 (4) and 553.605 (2) and for any other purpose specified in s. 551.601 (4). All moneys received from administrative assessments under ss. 551.604 (4) and 553.605 (1) shall be credited to this appropriation. If the unencumbered balance in this appropriation account exceeds $100,000 immediately before the end of any fiscal year, the excess shall lapse to the general fund at the end of that fiscal year.
20.144(1)(j) (j) Payday loan database and financial literacy. All moneys received under s. 138.14 (14) (h), for developing, implementing, maintaining, or contracting for operating, the database under s. 138.14 (14), and for promoting financial literacy.
20.144(1)(m) (m) Credit union examinations, federal funds. All moneys received from the federal government as authorized by the governor under s. 16.54 as partial reimbursement for annual credit union examinations, for the purpose of conducting annual examinations.
20.144(1)(u) (u) State deposit fund. A sum sufficient from the state deposit fund to carry out the purposes for which said fund was created and to be used as provided in ch. 34.
20.144(3) (3) College tuition and expenses and college savings programs.
20.144(3)(tb)(tb) Payment of qualified higher education expenses and refunds; college tuition and expenses program. From the tuition trust fund, a sum sufficient for the payment of qualified higher education expenses and refunds under s. 224.48 (5) and (7).
20.144(3)(td) (td) Administrative expenses; college tuition and expenses program. From the tuition trust fund, the amounts in the schedule for the administrative expenses of the college tuition and expenses program under s. 224.48, including the expense of promoting the program.
20.144(3)(tf) (tf) Payment of qualified higher education expenses and refunds; college savings program trust fund. From the college savings program trust fund, a sum sufficient for the payment of qualified higher education expenses and refunds under s. 224.50 (2) and (3).
20.144(3)(th) (th) Administrative expenses; college savings program trust fund. From the college savings program trust fund, the amounts in the schedule for the administrative expenses of the college savings program under s. 224.50, including the expense of promoting the program.
20.144(3)(tj) (tj) Payment of qualified higher education expenses and refunds; college savings program bank deposit trust fund. From the college savings program bank deposit trust fund, a sum sufficient for the payment of qualified higher education expenses and refunds under s. 224.50 (2) and (3).
20.144(3)(tL) (tL) Administrative expenses; college savings program bank deposit trust fund. From the college savings program bank deposit trust fund, the amounts in the schedule for the administrative expenses of the college savings program under s. 224.50, including the expense of promoting the program.
20.144(3)(tn) (tn) Payment of qualified higher education expenses and refunds; college savings program credit union deposit trust fund. From the college savings program credit union deposit trust fund, a sum sufficient for the payment of qualified higher education expenses and refunds under s. 224.50 (2) and (3).
20.144(3)(tp) (tp) Administrative expenses; college savings program credit union deposit trust fund. From the college savings program credit union deposit trust fund, the amounts in the schedule for the administrative expenses of the college savings program under s. 224.50, including the expense of promoting the program.
20.145 20.145 Insurance, office of the commissioner of. There is appropriated to the office of the commissioner of insurance for the following programs:
20.145(1) (1) Supervision of the insurance industry.
20.145(1)(g) (g) General program operations. The amounts in the schedule for general program operations, including organizational support services and oversight of care management organizations, and for transferring to the appropriation account under s. 20.435 (4) (kv) the amount allocated by the commissioner of insurance. Notwithstanding s. 20.001 (3) (a), at the end of each fiscal year, the unencumbered balance in this appropriation account that exceeds 10 percent of that fiscal year's expenditure under this appropriation shall lapse to the general fund. All of the following shall be credited to this appropriation account:
20.145(1)(g)1. 1. All moneys received under ss. 601.31, 601.32, 601.42 (7), 601.45, and 601.47 and by the commissioner for expenses related to insurance company restructurings, except for restructurings specified in par. (h).
20.145(1)(g)2. 2. All moneys received under s. 655.27 (2) from the injured patients and families compensation fund and under s. 604.04 (3) from the local government property insurance fund and the state life insurance fund as payment for organizational support services.
20.145(1)(g)3. 3. All moneys received under ss. 648.15 and 648.27.
20.145(1)(gm) (gm) Gifts and grants. All moneys received from gifts, grants, bequests and devises to carry out the purposes for which made.
20.145(1)(h) (h) Holding company restructuring expenses. Ninety percent of all moneys received from converting mutual insurance companies under s. 644.07 (11) for expenses, including prorated salaries, incurred by the commissioner and office staff related to restructurings under ch. 644.
20.145(1)(m) (m) Federal funds. All moneys received from the federal government as authorized by the governor under s. 16.54 for the purposes for which made and received.
20.145(2) (2) Injured patients and families compensation fund.
20.145(2)(a) (a) Supplement for claims payable. A sum sufficient, not to exceed $100,000,000, for paying any portion of a claim for damages arising out of the rendering of health care services that the injured patients and families compensation fund under s. 655.27 is required to pay under ch. 655 but that the injured patients and families compensation fund is unable to pay because of insufficient moneys.
20.145(2)(q) (q) Interest earned on future medical expenses. From the injured patients and families compensation fund under s. 655.27 a sum sufficient equal to the interest earned by the injured patients and families compensation fund that is attributable to future medical expense payments held by the fund under s. 655.015, to be credited to individual claimants' future medical expense payments accounts as provided in s. 655.015, for the purpose of paying future medical expenses.
20.145(2)(u) (u) Administration. From the injured patients and families compensation fund under s. 655.27 (3), the amounts in the schedule for administration, except for costs of the injured patients and families compensation fund peer review council and its associated administrative costs assessed under s. 655.27 (3) (am).
20.145(2)(um) (um) Peer review council. From the injured patients and families compensation fund under s. 655.27 (3) (am), the amounts in the schedule for payment of costs, including costs of administration, incurred by the injured patients and families compensation fund peer review council under s. 655.275 (5).
20.145(2)(v) (v) Specified responsibilities, investment board payments, and future medical expenses. After deducting the amounts appropriated under pars. (q), (u), and (um), the balance of the moneys paid into the injured patients and families compensation fund under s. 655.27 (3) to carry out the responsibilities of the commissioner of insurance specified under s. 655.27, excluding payment of expenses related to administering the fund, to make payments to the investment board under s. 20.536, and to pay future medical expenses under s. 655.015.
20.145(3) (3) Local government property insurance fund. All moneys paid into the local government property insurance fund under ch. 605, for the following purposes:
20.145(3)(u) (u) Administration. The amounts in the schedule for administration.
20.145(3)(v) (v) Specified payments, fire dues and reinsurance. After deducting the amounts appropriated under par. (u), the balance of moneys in the local government property insurance fund, for the payment of insurance losses, payments to the investment board under s. 20.536, payments to the general fund under s. 101.573 (1), loss adjustment expenses, fire rating bureau dues and the cost to purchase reinsurance under s. 604.04 (6).
20.145(4) (4) State life insurance fund. All moneys paid into the state life fund under ch. 607, for the following purposes:
20.145(4)(u) (u) Administration. The amounts in the schedule for administration.
20.145(4)(v) (v) Specified payments and losses. After deducting the amounts appropriated under par. (u), the balance of moneys in the state life fund for payments authorized under chs. 604 and 607, excluding payment of expenses related to administering the fund except for those administrative expenses specifically authorized in ch. 604 or 607. Payments to the investment board pursuant to s. 20.536, payments to the general fund under s. 607.21 (4) and payments for medical examinations and inspection reports shall be charged directly to this subsection.
20.145(5) (5) Wisconsin Healthcare Stability Plan.
20.145(5)(b) (b) Reinsurance plan; state subsidy. A sum sufficient for the state subsidy of reinsurance payments for the reinsurance program under subch. VII of ch. 601.
20.145(5)(m) (m) Federal funds; reinsurance plan. All moneys received from the federal government for reinsurance for the purposes for which received.
20.155 20.155 Public service commission. There is appropriated to the public service commission for the following programs:
20.155(1) (1) Regulation of public utilities.
20.155(1)(g) (g) Utility regulation. The amounts in the schedule for the regulation of utilities. Ninety percent of all moneys received by the commission under s. 66.0821 (5) (f) 3., 196.85, 196.855, or 201.10 (3) shall be credited to this appropriation. Ninety percent of all receipts from the sale of miscellaneous printed reports and other copied material, the cost of which was originally paid under this paragraph, shall be credited to this appropriation.
20.155(1)(h) (h) Holding company and nonutility affiliate regulation. Ninety percent of the moneys received by the commission under s. 196.84, for the regulation of holding companies and nonutility affiliates under s. 196.795.
20.155(1)(i) (i) Relay service. The amounts in the schedule for a statewide telecommunications relay service. All moneys received from the assessments authorized under s. 196.858 shall be credited to this appropriation account.
20.155(1)(j) (j) Intervenor financing and grants. Biennially, the amounts in the schedule for intervenor financing and grants under s. 196.31. All moneys received for intervenor financing under s. 196.31 (2) shall be credited to this appropriation.
20.155(1)(L) (L) Stray voltage program. The amounts in the schedule for any activity of the public service commission under s. 196.857. All moneys received under s. 196.857 (1m) (a), (2k) and (2m) for such activity shall be credited to this appropriation.
20.155(1)(Lb) (Lb) Gifts for stray voltage program. All moneys received from gifts and grants for the stray voltage program to carry out the purpose for which received.
20.155(1)(Lm) (Lm) Consumer education and awareness. All moneys received from gifts, grants, orders, judgments and settlements for consumer education and awareness to carry out the purpose for which received.
20.155(1)(m) (m) Federal funds. All moneys received from the federal government as authorized by the governor under s. 16.54 for the purposes of the program.
20.155(1)(n) (n) Indirect costs reimbursement. All moneys received from the federal government as reimbursement of indirect costs of grants and contracts, for the purposes authorized under s. 16.54 (9) (b).
20.155(1)(q) (q) Universal telecommunications service; broadband service. From the universal service fund, the amounts in the schedule for the promotion of broadband service and universal telecommunications service for the purposes specified in s. 196.218 (5) (a) 1., 4., 8., 9., and 10.
20.155(1)(r) (r) Nuclear waste escrow fund. From the nuclear waste escrow fund, a sum sufficient to make the payments under s. 196.497 (11s) (b).
20.155(2) (2) Office of the commissioner of railroads.
20.155(2)(g) (g) Railroad and water carrier regulation and general program operations. The amounts in the schedule for railroad and water carrier regulation under chs. 189 to 192 and 195 and general program operations of the office of the commissioner of railroads. Ninety percent of all moneys received by the office under s. 195.60 or 201.10 (3) shall be credited to this appropriation.
20.155(2)(m) (m) Railroad and water carrier regulation; federal funds. All moneys received from the federal government for the regulation of railroads and water carriers, for such purposes.
20.155(3) (3) Affiliated grant programs.
20.155(3)(r) (r) Broadband expansion grants; transfers. From the universal service fund, all moneys transferred under s. 196.218 (3) (a) 2s. a., 2015 Wisconsin Act 55, section 9236 (1v), 2017 Wisconsin Act 59, section 9237 (1) and (2) (a), and 2019 Wisconsin Act 9, section 9201 (1), for broadband expansion grants under s. 196.504.
20.155(3)(rm) (rm) Broadband grants; other funding. From the universal service fund, as a continuing appropriation, all moneys transferred under s. 196.218 (3) (a) 2s. b., for broadband expansion grants under s. 196.504.
20.155(3)(s) (s) Energy efficiency and renewable resource programs. From the utility public benefits fund, the amounts in the schedule for the costs of administering s. 196.374. All moneys received under s. 196.374 (3) (b) 4. shall be credited to this appropriation account.
20.155(3)(t) (t) Police and fire protection fee administration. From the police and fire protection fund, the amounts in the schedule for the costs of administering s. 196.025 (6).
20.165 20.165 Safety and professional services, department of. There is appropriated to the department of safety and professional services for the following programs:
20.165(1) (1) Professional regulation and administrative services.
20.165(1)(a)(a) General program operations — executive and administrative services. The amounts in the schedule for general program operations.
20.165(1)(g) (g) General program operations. The amounts in the schedule for the licensing, rule making, and regulatory functions of the department, other than the licensing, rule-making, and credentialing functions of the medical examining board and the affiliated credentialing boards attached to the medical examining board and except for preparing, administering, and grading examinations. Ninety percent of all moneys received under chs. 440 to 480, except ch. 448 and ss. 440.03 (13), 440.05 (1) (b), 458.21, and 458.365, less $10 of each renewal fee received under s. 452.12 (5); all moneys transferred from the appropriation under par. (i); and all moneys received under s. 440.055 (2), shall be credited to this appropriation.
20.165(1)(gm) (gm) Applicant investigation reimbursement. Ninety percent of all moneys received from applicants for credentials under s. 440.03 (13), for the purpose of conducting investigations under s. 440.03 (13).
20.165(1)(h) (h) Technical assistance; nonstate agencies and organizations. All moneys received from counties, cities, villages, towns, national or regional organizations of state licensing agencies, similar licensing agencies in other states, national or regional accrediting associations, and nonprofit organizations for technical assistance provided under s. 440.03 (2).
20.165(1)(hg) (hg) General program operations; medical examining board; interstate medical licensure compact; prescription drug monitoring program. Biennially, the amounts in the schedule for the licensing, rule-making, and regulatory functions of the medical examining board and the affiliated credentialing boards attached to the medical examining board, except for preparing, administering, and grading examinations; for any costs associated with the interstate medical licensure compact under s. 448.980, including payment of assessments under s. 448.980 (13) (a); and for the controlled substances board's operation of the prescription drug monitoring program under s. 961.385. Ninety percent of all moneys received for issuing and renewing credentials under ch. 448 shall be credited to this appropriation. All moneys received from the interstate medical licensure compact commission under s. 448.980 shall be credited to this appropriation.
20.165(1)(i) (i) Examinations; general program operations. Ninety percent of all moneys received under s. 440.05 (1) (b) for the purposes of preparing, administering and grading examinations. Notwithstanding s. 20.001 (3) (c), any unencumbered balance in this appropriation account, excluding any amount specified by the secretary of administration that is reserved for the payment of future employee compensation or fringe benefit costs, at the end of each fiscal year which exceeds 30 percent of the estimated amount shown in the schedule under s. 20.005 for that fiscal year shall be transferred to the appropriation account under par. (g).
20.165(1)(im) (im) Boxing and unarmed combat sports; enforcement. Fifty percent of all moneys received in forfeitures imposed under s. 444.14, for enforcement of ch. 444.
20.165(1)(jm) (jm) Nursing workforce survey administration. Biennially, the amounts in the schedule for administrative expenses related to distributing a nursing workforce survey to applicants for renewal of credentials under s. 441.01 (7). All moneys received from the fee under s. 441.01 (7) (a) 2. shall be credited to this appropriation account. Annually, there is transferred from this appropriation account to the appropriation account under s. 20.445 (1) (km) all moneys received from the fee under s. 441.01 (7) (a) 2. that are not appropriated to this appropriation account.
20.165(1)(jr) (jr) Proprietary school programs. The amounts in the schedule for the examination and approval of proprietary school programs under s. 440.52. Ninety percent of all moneys received from the issuance of solicitor's permits under s. 440.52 (8) and from the fees under s. 440.52 (10) and all moneys received from the fees under s. 440.52 (13) (d) shall be credited to this appropriation account.
20.165(1)(jt) (jt) Student protection. All moneys received from fees received under s. 440.52 (10) (c) 4., for the purpose of indemnifying students, parents, or sponsors under s. 440.52 (10) (a) and for the purpose of preserving under s. 440.52 (11) the students records of schools, as defined in s. 440.52 (11) (a) 2., that have discontinued their operations.
20.165(1)(jv) (jv) Closed schools; preservation of student records. All moneys received from fees collected under s. 440.52 (11) (d) to be used for the administrative costs of taking possession of, preserving, and providing copies of student records of schools, as defined in s. 440.52 (11) (a) 2., that have discontinued their operations.
20.165(1)(k) (k) Technical assistance; state agencies. All moneys received from other state agencies for technical assistance provided under s. 440.03 (2).
20.165(1)(ka) (ka) Sale of materials and services — local assistance. All moneys received from the department or other state agencies for providing materials and services as local assistance.
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2017-18 Wisconsin Statutes updated through 2019 Wis. Act 50 and through all Supreme Court and Controlled Substances Board Orders filed before and in effect on December 6, 2019. Published and certified under s. 35.18. Changes effective after December 6, 2019, are designated by NOTES. (Published 12-6-19)