Information Maintained by the Office of Code Revision Indiana Legislative Services Agency
1979-205-2
    SEC. 2. Because an emergency exists, this act takes effect May 10, 1979, and applies to contracts entered into after May 9, 1979.

1979-294-2
    SEC. 2. This act does not affect:
    (1) rights or liabilities accrued;
    (2) commitments ordered; or
    (3) proceedings begun;
before September 1, 1979. Those rights, liabilities, proceedings, and commitments are continued as if this act had not been enacted.

1979-307-1
    SEC. 1. For the 1979-81 biennium, the following amounts, from the funds listed as follows are hereby appropriated to provide for the construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation, repair, purchase, rental and sale of state properties, the purchase and sale of land, including equipment for such properties, and state grants to municipalities for various projects.
        State General Fund                $140,623,167
        State Police Building Fund
            (IC 10-1-6)                    2,200,000
        Law Enforcement Training Fund
            (IC 5-2-1-13)                    528,025
        Cigarette Tax Fund (Natural
            Resources) (IC 6-7-1)                19,365,500
        Mental Health Fund (IC 16-14-18)            2,200,000
        Veteran's Home Building Fund
            (IC 10-6-1-9)                    1,063,628
        Post War Construction Fund
            (IC 7.1-4-8-1)                     29,235,048
        TOTAL                    $195,215,368

1979-307-2
    SEC. 2. The allocations provided under this section are made from the state general fund, unless specifically authorized from other designated funds by this act. The state budget agency, with the approval of the governor, in approving the allocation of funds pursuant to this act, shall consider, as funds are available, allocations for the following specific uses, purposes and projects:
                                1979-81

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT (STATE HOUSE)
        Window Rehabilitation                $270,000
        Heating and Cooling Rehabilitation            679,000
        Rehabilitation of Doors                111,000
        Limestone_Inside Rehabilitation            100,000
        Miscellaneous Repair and
            Rehabilitation                     465,000
        TOTAL                    1,625,000
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT (STATE OFFICE BUILDING)
        Mechanical Systems' Rehabilitation            250,000
        Plumbing Rehabilitation                265,000
        Electrical Rehabilitation                455,000
        Elevator Cabs (2)                    250,000
        Rehabilitation and Repair                 383,000
        TOTAL                    1,603,000
AERONAUTICS COMMISSION
AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT                 997,000
PUBLIC SAFETY
INDIANA STATE POLICE
        Preventive Maintenance                133,600
        Repair and Rehabilitation                91,800
        District 23, Headquarters (Peru)            1,690,000
        District 12, Headquarters (South Bend)         700,000
        TOTAL                     2,615,400
    Of the above allocations, two million, two hundred thousand dollars ($2,200,000) is hereby appropriated from the state police building account pursuant to IC 10-1-6-25, and four hundred fifteen thousand four hundred dollars ($415,400) from the state general fund.
LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING BOARD
        Preventive Maintenance                69,750
        Repair and Rehabilitation                 7,150
        Outdoor Range                    301,125
        Emergency Driving Course                 150,000
        TOTAL                     528,025
    The allocations for the law enforcement training board are hereby appropriated from the law enforcement training fund, pursuant to IC 5-2-1-13.
ADJUTANT GENERAL
        Preventive Maintenance                188,920
        Repair and Rehabilitation                1,209,500
        New Armory, Muncie (Additional funds)        90,000
        New Armory, Noblesville (Additional
            funds)                    83,600
        New Armory, Salem (Additional funds)        94,860
        New Armory, Gary-Michigan City
            (Additional funds)                580,600
        New Armory, Atterbury                 916,000
        TOTAL                    3,163,300
ADJUTANT GENERAL_NAVAL FORCES
        Preventive Maintenance                10,200
        Repair and Rehabilitation                 79,000
        TOTAL                    89,200
NATURAL RESOURCES
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
ENFORCEMENT DIVISION
        Preventive Maintenance                63,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation                40,000
        Storage Building for Boats and Trailers         150,000
        TOTAL                    253,000
FISH AND WILDLIFE DIVISION
        Preventive Maintenance                1,178,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation                1,630,500
        Cikana Hatchery Residence            51,000
        Kankakee Manager Residence,
            Equipment and Storage Facility            115,000
        Wetlands                    100,000
        Land Acquisition                    400,000
        Curtis Creek Raceways                 200,000
        TOTAL                    3,674,500
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY DIVISION
        Repair and Rehabilitation                17,000
OUTDOOR RECREATION DIVISION
        Knobstone Hiking and Backpacking Trail        540,000
        Little Calumet River Project-Land
            Acquisition                    1,700,000
        Whitewater Valley Railroad            100,000
        White River Park Development
            Commission                     10,000,000
        TOTAL                    12,340,000
    The above allocation to the White River Park Development Commission established under IC 14-6-29, shall be used by that commission in carrying out the provisions of that chapter. In addition to the above allocation, all funds received by the state of Indiana as gifts, grants or contributions designated for payment to or support of the commission, or for carrying out the purposes of that chapter, are hereby appropriated to the commission for such purposes.
ALL DIVISIONS, DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL
RESOURCES
        Wooden Playground Equipment             405,000
        Move Schoolhouse to Grant County            36,000
        Wildcat Valley Feasibility Study            40,000
        Roads and Parking Lots                 2,000,000
        TOTAL                    2,481,000
MISCELLANEOUS
        Kankakee and Yellow Rivers
            Project                    600,000
    These funds shall be administered and approved by the department of natural resources through the Kankakee River Basin Commission, for the clearing and snagging of drift and debris of the Kankakee and Yellow Rivers; and for repairs and improvement of damaged and inadequate dikes and levees.
    All the foregoing appropriations for the department of natural resources are hereby appropriated from the cigarette tax fund, pursuant to IC 6-7-1.
FORESTRY DIVISION
        Preventive Maintenance                1,043,205
        Repair and Rehabilitation                866,700
        Wyandotte Woods_Phase IV             846,000
        TOTAL                    2,755,905
RESERVOIRS DIVISION
        Preventive Maintenance                335,410
        Repair and Rehabilitation                629,500
        Mississinewa General Development         60,480
        Salamonie General Development            275,400
        Brookville General Development            747,000
        Patoka General Development            355,940
        Lieber General Development             156,600
        Land Acquisition-Salamonie 12A;
            Lieber 55A                     180,000
        TOTAL                    2,740,330
NATURE PRESERVES DIVISION
        Preventive Maintenance                5,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation                68,000
        Land Acquisition                    249,000
        Fencing, Parking and Trails             105,000
        TOTAL                    427,000
WATER DIVISION
        Patoka Water Supply and Recreation        1,600,000
        Flood Control and Water Resource
            Planning                    600,000
        Flood Control and Water Resource
            Planning
             Fort Wayne/Allen County and
             Fallen Timbers Reservoir/
             Versailles State Park                500,000
        Lake Level Controls                200,000
        Small Water Sheds                     505,000
        TOTAL                    3,405,000
HISTORIC PRESERVATION DIVISION
        Preventive Maintenance                300,105
        Repair and Rehabilitation                1,152,400
        State Museum_A/E for Building
            Addition                     490,000
        TOTAL                    1,942,505
STATE PARKS DIVISION
        Preventive Maintenance                1,968,495
        Repair and Rehabilitation                7,545,620
        Brown County General Development        5,577,000
        Mounds General Development             984,000
        Potato Creek General Development            822,000
        Tippecanoe General Development            333,000
        Whitewater General Development            707,000
        Pokagon General Development             400,000
        TOTAL                    18,337,115
WAR MEMORIALS COMMISSION
        Preventive Maintenance                218,000
        Rehabilitate War Memorial                500,000
        Replace Windows, Legion Headquarters        157,000
        Primary Power Vault Study                5,000
        Waterproof Pump Room, Obelisk Square        8,000
        Rehabilitate Stairs, Soldiers' & Sailors'
            Monument                    30,000
        New Sound System, Obelisk Square         10,000
        TOTAL                     928,000
INDIANA PORT COMMISSION             5,000,000
MENTAL HEALTH
LARUE CARTER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
        Preventive Maintenance                257,693
        Emergency Generator and Auxiliary
            Water                    110,000
        Section 504 Compliance                195,000
        Repair Roof Decks                    46,800
        Recaulk and Reputty All Windows             71,500
        TOTAL                    680,993
CENTRAL STATE HOSPITAL
        Preventive Maintenance                305,098
        Roof and Gutter Repair                253,000
        Power House and Incinerator Repair        48,400
        Laundry Rehabilitation                129,800
        Laundry Toilet Rehabilitation             13,200
        TOTAL                    749,498
EVANSVILLE PSYCHIATRIC
CHILDREN'S CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance                24,900
        Renovate Building #2                 76,140
        TOTAL                    101,040
EVANSVILLE STATE HOSPITAL
        Preventive Maintenance                311,476
        Air Condition Main Hospital            825,000
        Air Condition Developmental Training
            Building                    130,000
        Renovate Patient Residential Areas            250,000
        Renew Boiler House Chimney            12,000
        Roof Renewal_Colonnades            25,000
        Rehabilitate Water Softeners            40,000
        Replace Pneumatic Temperature
            Controls                    40,000
        Install Make-Up Air Heater                35,000
        Replace Boiler                     450,000
        TOTAL                    2,118,476
LOGANSPORT STATE HOSPITAL
        Preventive Maintenance                358,106
        Renovate Buildings 8, 10, 17, 19, 25, 26,
            32, 33 & 101                    1,729,978
        Air Condition Medical/Surgical
            Building                    270,000
        Two Emergency Generators            60,500
        Replace Primary Distribution System        100,000
        New Utility Tunnel System                753,225
        Roof Replacement (8 Buildings)             44,000
        TOTAL                     3,315,809
MADISON STATE HOSPITAL
        Preventive Maintenance                435,600
        Roof Repairs                    125,000
        Handicapped Standards (Section 504)        250,000
        Replace Well Pump                13,000
        Air Handling for Laundry                85,000
        Install Coal Handling Equipment            50,000
        Storm Windows for Wards                150,000
        Powerhouse Electrical Rehabilitation        35,000
        Transformer Substation Repair             75,000
        TOTAL                    1,218,600
NORTHERN INDIANA STATE HOSPITAL
        Preventive Maintenance                117,276
        Boiler Replacement                89,364
        General Hospital Rehabilitation             605,010
        Parking Areas and Loading Dock             8,000
        TOTAL                    819,650
RICHMOND STATE HOSPITAL
        Preventive Maintenance                467,280
        Rehabilitate Buildings 414 through 417
            (Wards)                    495,706
        Roof Repairs, 10 Buildings                172,740
        Standby Generators                137,500
        Coat Water Tower                    33,000
        Power Plant Modifications                 263,701
        TOTAL                    1,569,927
FORT WAYNE STATE HOSPITAL
        Preventive Maintenance                629,555
        Rehabilitate Morgan Hall (Title 19)            1,341,748
        Renovate Carroll Hall                1,448,474
        Renovate Bliss Hall                 1,434,513
        Replace Steam and Condensate Lines        85,000
        Repair Sanitary Sewers                500,000
        Connect Steam Piping System            264,000
        Roof Repairs (7 Buildings)                 100,000
        TOTAL                    5,803,290
NEW CASTLE STATE HOSPITAL    
        Preventive Maintenance                378,770
        Rehabilitate 9 Cottages (Title 19_
            Additional)                    2,148,849
        Electrical Service_West Campus            150,000
        New Water System (Well, Tower, Pump,
            etc.)                    325,000
        Coal Elevator System                 65,000
        TOTAL                    3,067,619
MUSCATATUCK STATE HOSPITAL
        Preventive Maintenance                495,600
        Renovate Buildings 2, 4, 5, 16, 70 and 71        5,106,639
        Renovate Buildings 06, 7, 6, 8 and 9        4,690,804
        Renovate Building #33                1,570,458
        Replace Roofs (14 Buildings)            300,000
        Replace Coal and Ash Handling
            Equipment                    175,000
        Water Main                     200,000
        TOTAL                    12,538,501
COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS AND
COMMUNITY MENTAL RETARDATION CENTERS
        Mental Retardation Centers
            Marion County_East                1,986,488
            Lake County_East                858,600
            Rockville                    1,622,556
            Noblesville                    251,850
            Fort Wayne                    977,690
            Lawrence County                291,825
            South Bend                    2,475,000
            Evansville                     600,000
        TOTAL                    9,064,009
    The state budget agency, in approving the allocation of funds for community mental retardation centers, shall give priority to the construction of those facilities designed to provide developmental services.
        Mental Health Centers
            Vincennes                    1,333,800
NORTHWEST INDIANA INVOLUNTARY
DETENTION FACILITY                2,200,000
    The above allocation for Northwest Indiana involuntary detention facility is hereby appropriated from the mental health fund established by IC 16-14-18.
OTHER HEALTH
SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' CHILDREN'S HOME
        Preventive Maintenance                194,464
        Standby Generator                    250,000
        Rehabilitate Morton Memorial School        700,000
        Replace Roofs and Guttering            350,000
        Tuckpointing and Waterproofing            80,000
        Install Power Factor Capacitors            7,000
        Rehabilitate Food Center                 700,000
        Construct Swimming Pool                600,000
        TOTAL                    2,881,464
SILVERCREST DCD FACILITY
        Preventive Maintenance                86,110
        Install Oil Fired Boiler                72,800
        Air Conditioning                    392,000
        Clean and Paint Water Tower            25,000
        Section 504 Modifications                22,400
        Remodel Annex Building                44,800
        Rehabilitate Dishwashing Area            28,000
        External Stair Towers                365,000
        Indoor Swimming Pool                 377,440
        TOTAL                    1,413,550
SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
        Preventive Maintenance                213,600
        Fire Code Compliance                82,486
        Renovate Building No. 6 (Main School
            Building)                    2,123,884
        Additional Funding for Dormitory            1,500,000
        Roofing                    482,441
        Steam/Water Distribution                296,974
        Tuckpointing and Waterproofing            207,584
        Raze Building No. 8                93,000
        New Security Building                 22,070
        TOTAL                    5,022,039
    The above allocation to renovate building no. 6 (main school building) is appropriated from the post war construction fund established under IC 7.1-4-8.
SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND
        Preventive Maintenance                168,315
        Emergency Generator                100,000
        Additional Fence and Gate House             30,000
        Enclose Catwalks                    132,000
        Tuckpoint and Waterproof All Buildings        70,000
        Install Acoustic Ceilings (7 Buildings)        85,000
        Renovate Scuppers                    17,598
        Replace Steam Line to Lambert Hall        22,000
        Install Brine Tank in Powerhouse            35,000
        Renovate Restrooms (Building "E"
            and Keever Hall)                    28,000
        Replace Activity Building Roof            75,000
        Multiple Handicapped Building             1,374,296
        TOTAL                    2,137,209
INDIANA VETERANS' HOME
Preventive Maintenance                259,128
        Install Paging System                16,000
        Install Concrete Coal Pad                40,000
        Replace Carpet (2nd Floor, Ingersoll
            Hall)                    6,000
        Roof Repairs                    25,000
        Create Nurses' Station (Dehart Hall)        12,000
        Remodel Nurses' Station (Tecumseh
            Hall)                    9,500
        Resurface Roads                    10,000
        New Floor Covering                29,500
        Tuckpointing                     12,500
        Install Handrails (Exterior)                7,500
        Repair Utility Tunnel                60,000
        Repair Sidewalks                    20,000
        Remodel Willis Hall Dock                6,500
        Replace Window Air Conditioning            500,000
        Storage Building                     50,000
        TOTAL                    1,063,628
    The allocations for the Indiana veterans' home are hereby appropriated from the veterans' home building fund established by IC 10-6-1-9.
STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
        Preventive Maintenance                135,520
        Install Fire Alarm System                35,000
        Below Grade Water Proofing            17,500
        Roof Repairs                    15,000
        Remodel Annex                    460,000
        Tuckpointing and Waterproofing            50,000
        Replace Windows                    61,000
        Interior Painting                    100,000
        Perimeter Fencing (Central State)            8,000
        Storage Building                     50,000
        TOTAL                    932,020
STREAM POLLUTION CONTROL
GRANTS                     15,680,000
    The state may make grants, as funds are available, to municipalities to assist them in financing the construction of those portions of water pollution control projects which qualify for federal aid and assistance. The state's contribution toward the construction of water pollution control projects may not exceed ten percent (10%) of the eligible cost of each project. It is the purpose to provide state funds for any portions of such projects as qualify under the federal provisions.
    To the extent that funds are available, the water pollution control board, with the approval of the state budget agency and the governor, may authorize additional grants to local communities, on request of those communities, where the actual contract price proves greater than the estimate originally submitted to the board. However, all appropriations to match local funds shall first, on an annual basis, be distributed to all communities in amounts shown on the priority list as annually established by the water pollution control board, and the state's share of these additional grants may not exceed ten percent (10%).
    The stream pollution control board, subject to the final approval of the state budget agency and the governor, on recommendation of the state budget committee, may approve grants to municipalities; the municipalities shall use these grants for improving or accomplishing water pollution control projects.
CORRECTIONS
INDIANA STATE PRISON
        Preventive Maintenance                475,000
        New Gates and Operators (No. 1 and
            No. 2)                    22,000
        Renovation of Perimeter Wall            20,000
        Repair Slate Roof (Cellhouse "C")            74,910
        New Roof (Dormitory "K")                35,750
        Repair Slate Roof (Cellhouse "A")            44,000
        Repair Chapel Roof                38,500
        Reroof Industrial Warehouse            46,750
        New Roof (NSB Seclusion Unit)            28,050
        Repair Automatic Temperature
            Controls (Dormitory "K")            18,000
        Powerhouse Sump Drain                15,000
        Rehabilitate Plumbing (IDU, Cellhouse
            "I", A & O)                    760,975
        Phase III Secondary Electric            1,296,067
        Relocate Arsenal and Mail Room             135,520
        TOTAL                    3,010,522
INDIANA REFORMATORY
        Preventive Maintenance                465,000
        Renovate Steam and Condensate Piping        350,000
        Renovate Main Power Distribution
            System                    250,000
        Rehabilitate Pipe Tunnel                150,000
        Rehabilitate Outside Dormitory            175,000
        Repair and Paint Water Tank            25,000
        Sewer Separation Study and
            Rehabilitation                    65,000
        Construct Guard Towers (3)             100,000
        TOTAL                    1,580,000
INDIANA STATE FARM
        Preventive Maintenance                352,040
        Rehabilitate Sewage Plant, Phase II            600,000
        Rehabilitate Visiting and
            Classification Rooms                45,500
        Install Coal Fired Boiler                505,000
        Rehabilitate Boiler Water Treatment
            Facility                    73,500
        Asphalt Dormitory Complex            45,000
        Rehabilitate Inmate Kitchen, Phase II        225,000
        Rehabilitate Feed Silos                18,000
        Corn Crib                     39,600
        TOTAL                    1,903,640
INDIANA BOYS' SCHOOL
        Preventive Maintenance                242,603
        Power Plant Conveyor                110,000
        Pealkilizer for Power Plant                20,000
        Powerhouse Repairs                20,000
        Eye Level Gauges for Boilers            20,000
        Filters for Water Treatment                80,000
        Water Softening System                50,000
        Replace Steam Line                25,000
        Emergency Generator                 50,000
        TOTAL                    617,603
INDIANA GIRLS' SCHOOL
        Preventive Maintenance                156,940
        Repair Canteen Roof                12,000
        Reroof Cottages No. 4 and No. 6,
            and School                    130,000
        Masonry and Concrete Repairs
            (Kitchen)                    29,000
        Coal Elevator Repairs                3,500
        Relocate and Build New Gatehouse            40,000
        Floor Covering (3 Cottages)            12,000
        Tuckpoint Smoke Stack                3,000
        Reroof Powerhouse and Machine Shop        37,000
        Insulate Powerhouse Pipes                 2,500
        TOTAL                    425,940
INDIANA YOUTH CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance                149,964
        Housing Unit Equipment (Furnishings)        76,000
        Additional Warehouse Coolers and
            Freezer                    200,000
        Repair Dormitory Heaters                8,000
        Install Automatic Disconnect
            (Electrical)                    5,500
        Replace Condensate Lines                500,000
        Reroof Old Maintenance Building            20,000
        Inmate Housing                     3,000,000
        TOTAL                    3,959,464
WORK RELEASE CENTERS
        Preventive Maintenance                35,000
        Construct Two Centers (South)            552,750
        Remodel Indianapolis Dormitory             65,000
        TOTAL                    652,750
ROCKVILLE TRAINING CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance                98,000
        Rehabilitate Power Lines                40,000
        Connect Sewer to Rockville            210,000
        Rehabilitate Security Unit                90,000
        Kitchen Walk-in Cooler                 8,000
        TOTAL                    446,000
WESTVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance                475,000
        Rehabilitate Coal Handling Equipment        190,000
        Rehabilitate Water Softening Units            35,000
        Rehabilitate No. 1 and No. 2 Wells            15,000
        Roof Repairs and Replacements (3)            112,500
        Electrical Rehabilitation                45,000
        Plumbing and Mechanical
            Rehabilitation                    45,000
        Rehabilitate Water Storage Tank            30,000
        Replace Kitchen Sewer Line            4,500
        Sewage Treatment Plant                500,000
        Education Complex (Institution "B")        9,400,000
        Renovate Personnel Building            143,000
        Psychiatric Medical Facility
            (Administration Bldg.)                 1,200,000
        TOTAL                    12,195,000
INDUSTRIES AND FARMS
        Heavy Equipment Renovation Shop
            (Westville)                    1,480,000
WOMEN'S PRISON
        Preventive Maintenance                70,445
        Replace Electrical Switch Gear            20,000
        Replace Perimeter Fence                 160,000
        TOTAL                    250,445
YOUTH REHABILITATION FACILITY
        Preventive Maintenance                59,000
        Youth Camp                    350,000
        Blacktop Road and Parking Lot
            (Medaryville)                    8,800
        Resurface Road (Chain-O-Lakes)            12,000
        Rehabilitate Heating System (Clark
            County)                    15,000
        Addition to Sewage Lagoon
            (Medaryville)                    85,000
        Recreation Building (Chain-O-Lakes)
            (Additional Funds)                 60,000
        TOTAL                    589,800
    All the allocations for correctional institutions listed above are appropriated from the post war construction fund established under IC 7.1-4-8.
EDUCATION
INDIANA UNIVERSITY
        Total Repair and Rehabilitation            11,785,647
        Land Acquisition                     495,000
        TOTAL                    12,280,647
PURDUE UNIVERSITY
        Total Repair and Rehabilitation            7,463,879
        Agricultural Experiment Station_
            SEPAC/Muscatatuck                150,000
        Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory:
             Neocropsy Renovation                56,000
             Computer Project                 94,000
        TOTAL                    7,763,879
BALL STATE UNIVERSITY
        Total Repair and Rehabilitation            1,981,118
INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY            
        Total Repair and Rehabilitation            3,094,963
        Land Acquisition                     250,000
        TOTAL                    3,344,963
VINCENNES UNIVERSITY
        Total Repair and Rehabilitation             1,130,545
INDIANA VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE
        Total Repair and Rehabilitation            2,093,950
        Columbus_Planning and Development         250,000
        TOTAL                    2,343,950
    In addition to the above appropriations for repair and rehabilitation, new construction, land acquisition, and additional funding, the trustees of Indiana University, Purdue University, Ball State University, Indiana State University, Vincennes University and Indiana Vocational Technical College may issue and sell bonds or enter into lease-purchase agreements under IC 20-12-6, subject to the approvals required by IC 20-12-5.5, and Acts 1953, Chapter 22, for the following projects, so long as, for each institution, the sum of (1) the principal costs of any bonds issued, and (2) the principal values of any lease-purchase

agreements made do not exceed the total authority listed below for that institution:
INDIANA UNIVERSITY
        School of Business Building Addition        9,200,000
            IUPUI
             Classroom/Office Building #2            16,666,340
             Medical Science Building Addition        2,878,800
             Coleman Hospital Phase II Renovation        1,256,958
PURDUE UNIVERSITY
    LAFAYETTE
        Library Addition                    9,370,900
        Agricultural and Research Building            8,450,740
FORT WAYNE
        Multi-purpose Building                4,117,200
BALL STATE UNIVERSITY
        Architecture Building Addition            7,779,787
INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
    TERRE HAUTE
        School of Technology Addition            4,727,000
    EVANSVILLE
        Multi-purpose Building Additional    
            Funding                    1,100,000
VINCENNES UNIVERSITY
        Classroom/Office Building                3,700,000
INDIANA VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE
        Fort Wayne_Trade and Technical
            Building                    2,300,000
    Provided, that the provisions of this section shall not apply to the issuance of bonds which are issued for the purpose of refunding outstanding bonds as required by law, nor shall any such bonds be considered in applying the limitations herein prescribed.
    The maximum aggregate principal amount of bonds which may be issued during the 1979-81 biennium by the trustees of Purdue University under IC 20-12-7, shall be limited to the following amount, which is hereby authorized and approved.
PURDUE UNIVERSITY, WEST LAFAYETTE CAMPUS
        Intercollegiate Athletic Facility            4,500,000
        Addition to Recreational Gymnasium        3,930,077
INDIANA STATE LIBRARY
        Preventive Maintenance                25,700

1979-307-3
    SEC. 3. The balance of any construction, rehabilitation and repair appropriation made by this act or any previous acts, which has not been allotted or encumbered before the expiration of two (2) bienniums, may be determined to be not available for allotment by the state budget agency. The account for the appropriation may be terminated and the balance of it may revert to the state general fund whenever the original appropriation was made from the state general fund.

1979-307-4


    SEC. 4. If a state institution sells land or property, the proceeds from that sale are hereby reappropriated to that institution or agency for the construction or rehabilitation of additional inmate, employee, patient, or student facilities. The proceeds from the sale of surplus lands in the department of natural resources are reappropriated for the acquisition of property in-holdings, and these proceeds are subject to allotment by the state budget agency, with the approval of the governor.

1979-307-6
    SEC. 6. The amount of funds expended for any one of the uses, purposes and projects listed in this act may not exceed the amount stated unless the excess expenditure is approved by the state budget agency and the governor.
    The state budget agency, with the written consent and approval of the governor, may allocate funds for uses, purposes and projects not listed in this act, only after a showing that the use, purpose or project has resulted from changed conditions not reasonably foreseeable, and is essential and necessary to the best interests of the state.

1979-307-7
    SEC. 7. The state budget agency may employ one (1) or more architects or engineers to inspect construction, rehabilitation and repair projects covered by the appropriations in this act or previous acts.