Information Maintained by the Office of Code Revision Indiana Legislative Services Agency
1984-51-2
    SEC. 2. Notwithstanding the repeal of tax credits by SECTION 3 of this act, any credit a taxpayer earned before January 1, 1984, under any of those repealed code citations may be carried back or carried forward and utilized in the same manner they could have been had those credits not been repealed.

1984-68-3
    SEC. 3. This act does not affect actions accruing before September 1, 1984.

1984-79-3
    SEC. 3. (a) The repeal of IC 9-4-13 by SECTION 2 of this act does not affect any:
    (1) rights or liabilities accrued;
    (2) penalties incurred; or
    (3) proceedings begun;
before April 1, 1984. The rights, liabilities, and proceedings are continued, and punishments, penalties, or forfeitures shall be imposed and enforced under IC 9-4-13 as if this act had not been enacted.
    (b) All crimes committed before April 1, 1984, under IC 9-4-13 shall be prosecuted and remain punishable under IC 9-4-13 as if this act had not been enacted.
    (c) Notwithstanding subsections (a) and (b) of this SECTION, any period of suspension of a person's driving privileges that is imposed under IC 9-12, as added by SECTION 1 of this act, shall be construed to supersede any period of suspension that is imposed under IC 9-4-13 and shall not be added to that period.

1984-217-1
    SEC. 1. All terms used in this act have the same meanings for purposes of this act as the definitions of those terms contained in SECTION 1 of P.L.380-1983.

1984-217-2
    SEC. 2. There is appropriated from the state general fund to the following state agencies the indicated amounts for the periods designated. The amounts appropriated under this SECTION are supplemental to the amounts appropriated to these state agencies under P.L.380-1983, SECTION 2.
                                    YEAR    YEAR
                                    1983-84    1984-85
FOR THE OFFICES OF AGING AND COMMUNITY
SERVICES
PROJECT SAFE
    Total Operating Expense
        for Biennium                        $12,000,000
If during the remainder of the biennium the state of Indiana receives supplemental funds from the federal government for low income home energy assistance in excess of the regular block grant money provided for that purpose or if it receives any oil overcharge funds, the first

twelve million dollars ($12,000,000) of funds received from those sources shall be deposited in the state general fund to reimburse that fund for the money appropriated and allotted by this act for Project Safe. Any funds so received in excess of twelve million dollars ($12,000,000) are appropriated to the Indiana Department on Aging and Community Services for use in its energy assistance programs during the biennium.
FOR THE STATE BUDGET AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH CONTINGENCY
FUND
    Total Personal Services for
        Biennium                        6,334,000
DEPARTMENTAL AND INSTITUTIONAL EMERGENCY
CONTINGENCY FUND
    Total Operating Expense for
        Biennium                        2,095,000
HIGHER EDUCATION NEW PROGRAM STARTUP
FUND
    Total Operating Expense for
        Biennium                                 2,000,000
FOR THE BUREAU OF MOTOR VEHICLES
    Other Operating Expense                492,000         1,846,000
The sums above appropriated for the operation of the bureau of motor vehicles are appropriated from revenues accruing to the motor vehicle highway fund.
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION
COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE
        Personal Services                    36,828         77,963
        Other Operating Expense            7,423         9,931
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
ADMINISTRATION
        Personal Services                    0         100,000
MINORITY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
        Other Operating Expense            0         100,000
FOR THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
UTILITY ACCOUNT
        Personal Services                    0         549,062
        Other Operating Expense            0         255,000
GOVERNOR'S COMMITTEE ON INDIANA'S
UTILITY FUTURE
    Total Operating Expense for
        Biennium                        500,000
FOR THE UTILITY CONSUMER COUNSELOR
        Personal Services                    0         64,028
        Other Operating Expense            0         165,000
The above funds appropriated to the public service commission utility account, Governor's committee on Indiana's utility future and utility consumer counselor are to be paid from the public service commission-public utility fund as provided in IC 8-1-6.
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH
FAMILY CARE OF PATIENTS


        Total Operating Expense            0         500,000
RESIDENTIAL SERVICES
        Other Operating Expense            0         220,000
FOR THE STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
AUTO EMISSIONS TESTING PROGRAM
        Total Operating Expense for
            Biennium                        449,000
LAND POLLUTION
        Total Operating Expense            0         3,500,000
POSTURAL DEFECTS TESTING PROGRAM
        Personal Services                    0         51,450
        Other Operating Expense            0         6,550
FOR THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE
MEDICAID_CURRENT OBLIGATIONS
        Total Operating Expense            0         10,000,000
FOR INDIANA UNIVERSITY
BLOOMINGTON CAMPUS
        Total Operating Expense            0         776,024
FOR INDIANA UNIVERSITY_REGIONAL CAMPUSES
EAST
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation                        0         8,375
KOKOMO
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation                        0         14,369
NORTHWEST
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation                        0         41,470
SOUTH BEND
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation                        0         21,754
SOUTHEAST
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation                        0         14,844
TOTAL APPROPRIATION
REGIONAL CAMPUSES                0         100,812
Transfers of allocations between regional campuses to correct for errors in allocation among the regional campuses of Indiana University can be made by the institution, with the approval of the commission for higher education and the state budget agency.
FOR INDIANA UNIVERSITY_PURDUE UNIVERSITY
AT INDIANAPOLIS (IUPUI)
NON-HEALTH DIVISIONS
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation                        0         365,174
Total Appropriation_
        IUPUI                            0         365,174
FOR INDIANA UNIVERSITY_PURDUE UNIVERSITY
AT FT. WAYNE
        Total Operating Expense            0         64,643
FOR PURDUE UNIVERSITY_LAFAYETTE CAMPUS
        Total Operating Expense            0         1,122,503
FOR PURDUE UNIVERSITY_REGIONAL CAMPUSES
CALUMET
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation                        0         47,274
NORTH CENTRAL
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation                        0         6,893
TOTAL APPROPRIATION
        REGIONAL CAMPUSES            0         54,167
Transfers of allocations between regional campuses to correct for errors in allocation among the regional campuses of Purdue University can be made by the institution, with the approval of the commission for higher education and the state budget agency.
FOR PURDUE UNIVERSITY
ANIMAL DAMAGE CONTROL PROGRAM
        Total Operating Expense            0         62,000
FOR INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
TERRE HAUTE CAMPUS
        Total Operating Expense            0         229,623
FOR INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY_
REGIONAL CAMPUS EVANSVILLE
        Total Operating Expense            0         48,928
FOR BALL STATE UNIVERSITY
        Total Operating Expense            0         284,195
FOR INDIANA VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE
        Total Operating Expense            0         301,853
FOR VINCENNES UNIVERSITY
        Total Operating Expense            0         144,504
FOR THE MEDICAL DISTRIBUTION LOAN FUND
        Total Operating Expense            0         30,000
FOR THE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
        Personal Services                    0         52,724
        Other Operating                    0         62,452
    GIFTED/TALENTED
        Total Operating Expense            0         1,500,000
    MARION COUNTY DESEGREGATION
        Total Operating Expense            3,000,000         6,000,000
    ADA FLAT GRANT DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNT
        Total Operating Expense            0         358,000
    TESTING AND REMEDIATION PROGRAM
        Personal Services                    22,365         67,097
        Other Operating Expense            23,584         109,198
        Distribution                        0         2,577,756
    SUMMER SCHOOL
        Total Operating Expense            0         3,400,000
    DISTRIBUTION FOR ADULT EDUCATION
        Total Operating Expense            0         550,000
    PRIMETIME FUND
        Total Operating Expense            0         19,000,000
    TRANSFER TUITION_SPECIAL EDUCATION
        Total Operating Expense            300,000         300,000
    PUBLIC TELEVISION
        Total Operating Expense            0         45,000
The above appropriation for public television shall be distributed to the eighth (8th) Indiana public education television station.

1984-217-3
    SEC. 3. (a) For the 1983-85 biennium, there is appropriated from the state general fund $23,523,000 to be used for the purposes specified in P.L.381-1983, SECTION 1. This appropriation is in addition to the amounts specified in P.L.381-1983, SECTION 1.
    (b) The amount appropriated under subsection (a) of this SECTION shall be allocated as specified in P.L.381-1983, SECTION 2, for the following specific uses, purposes, and projects:
                                                     1983-85
STATE BUDGET AGENCY
        Repair and Rehabilitation
            Contingency Fund                         150,000
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE_ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT
        Basic Industry Re-Training Fund                 5,000,000
        Training for Profit Fund                     2,500,000
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
MISCELLANEOUS
        White River State Park Commission                 8,000,000
DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH
CENTRAL STATE HOSPITAL
        Fire Safety Equivalency
            Standards                                 315,000
LOGANSPORT STATE HOSPITAL
        Fire Safety Equivalency
            Standards                                 1,585,000
DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH
        Demolition of Buildings                     750,000
CORRECTIONS
STATE FARM
        New Housing Units                         3,343,000
BRANCHVILLE TRAINING CENTER
        New Housing Units                         1,880,000
The trustees of Indiana University, Purdue University, Ball State University and Indiana Vocational Technical College may issue and sell bonds or enter into lease-purchase agreements under IC 20-12-6, subject to approvals required by IC 20-12-5.5 and IC 20-12-6-15, 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_TOTAL SYSTEM
        Law Building Completion                     7,190,000
        Columbus Addition                         2,500,000
PURDUE UNIVERSITY_TOTAL SYSTEM


        Farm Facilities                             2,500,000
        Ft. Wayne_Animal Care
            Facilities                                 990,000
BALL STATE UNIVERSITY
        Academic Buildings Renovation                 4,450,000
INDIANA VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE
        Muncie_Purchase of ITC
            Building                                 1,078,800
It is the intent of the 1984 session of the general assembly that the operating base budget of Indiana Vocational Technical College shall be adjusted to reflect the lease savings involved, as a result of proceeding with the foregoing bonding authorization for Muncie, and the lease savings for fiscal year 1985-86.
    Terre Haute_Health/Business Technology
        Building                                     4,621,000
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.
    (c) Indiana State University may issue and sell bonds or enter into lease-purchase agreements under IC 20-12-6 subject to the approval required by IC 20-12-5.5 and IC 20-12-6-15 for the following project so long as the sum of (1) the principal costs of any bonds issued and (2) the principal values of any lease-purchase agreement made does not exceed the total authority listed below:
    Telecommunications System                     3,800,000
The foregoing project for Indiana State University will be repaid from operating funds and will not require any fee replacement appropriations in the future.
    (d) The appropriation and allocation in this SECTION are subject to P.L.381-1983, SECTIONS 3 through 7.

1984-217-4
    SEC. 4. (a) There is appropriated from the state highway fund to the department of highways the indicated amounts for the periods designated. The amounts appropriated under this SECTION are supplemental to the amounts appropriated to the department of highways under P.L.382-1983, SECTION 1.
                                            YEAR         YEAR
                                            1983-84         1984-85
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS
    CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS
        Formal Contracts                    0         15,000,000
    OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS
        Formal Contracts                    0         40,000,000
Of the above appropriations for construction improvements and operational improvements, $1,910,000 shall be used for construction and modernization of welcome centers and rest areas.
    (b) There is appropriated to the state highway fund $55,000,000 from the state general fund to carry out the purposes of this SECTION. The amount appropriated under this subsection is supplemental to the

amount appropriated under P.L.382-1983, SECTION 5.

1984-217-5
    SEC. 5. (a) Notwithstanding P.L.380-1983, SECTION 2, a member of the general assembly who attends an out-of-state meeting, as authorized by the speaker of the house of representatives or the president pro tempore of the senate, is entitled to be reimbursed in the manner provided by this SECTION.
    (b) A member of the general assembly described in subsection (a) is entitled to receive the sixty-five dollars ($65) legislative business per diem for each day he is engaged in approved out-of-state travel and:
        (1) reimbursement for traveling expenses actually incurred in connection with his duties, as provided in the state travel policies and procedures established by the department of administration and approved by the state budget agency, if the out-of-state travel occurs when the general assembly is in session; or
        (2) reimbursement for:
            (A) that portion, if any, of the member's actual lodging expense which exceeds forty-four dollars ($44) per day for any day the member is engaged in approved out-of-state travel; and
            (B) traveling expenses, except expenses related to meals and lodging, actually incurred in connection with his duties, as provided in the state travel policies and procedures established by the department of administration and approved by the state budget agency;
        if the out-of-state travel occurs when the general assembly is not in session.