Information Maintained by the Office of Code Revision Indiana Legislative Services Agency
1991-1-217
    (Expired 1-1-1993, by P.L.1-1991, SEC.217.

1991-1-219
    (Expired 7-1-1994, by P.L.1-1991, SEC.219.

1991-1-220
    (Expired 7-1-1994, by P.L.1-1991, SEC.220.

1991-1-221
    (Expired 8-1-1993, by P.L.1-1991, SEC.221.

1991-1-222
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-1-223
    (Codified at IC 1-1-5.5-9. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-2-110
    SECTION 110. (a) The amendment of IC 9-8-6-20 by P.L.88-1990, SECTION 2, may not be construed to change the effective date of IC 9-8-6-20, as amended by P.L.131-1989, SECTION 2, that is specified in P.L.131-1989, SECTION 6.
    (b) P.L.88-1990, SECTION 2, as recodified by this act, is considered to take effect:
        (1) after P.L.131-1989, SECTION 4; and
        (2) on July 1, 1991.
    (c) The operation of a police vehicle:
        (1) as an authorized emergency vehicle after June 30, 1990, and before July 1, 1991; and
        (2) in compliance with IC 9-8-6-20 as in effect on June 30, 1990;
is legalized and validated to the same extent as if P.L.88-1990, SECTION 2, had not been enacted.
    (d) The operation of a police vehicle:
        (1) as an authorized emergency vehicle after June 30, 1990, and before July 1, 1991; and
        (2) in compliance with IC 9-8-6-20, as amended by P.L.131-1989, SECTION 4, and as amended by P.L.88-1990, SECTION 2;
is legalized and validated to the same extent as if P.L.131-1989, SECTION 4, and P.L.88-1990, SECTION 2, were effective after June 30, 1990.

1991-2-111
    (Codified at IC 9-13-0.1-1. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-2-112
    (Codified at IC 9-13-0.1-2. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)


1991-4-148
    (Expired 7-1-1993, by P.L.4-1991, SEC.148.)

1991-4-149
    (Expired 1-1-1993, by P.L.4-1991, SEC.149.)

1991-4-150
    (Expired 1-1-1992, by P.L.4-1991, SEC.150.)

1991-4-151
    (Codified at IC 3-11-8-0.1. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-6-5
    (Expired 1-1-1992, by P.L.6-1991, SEC.5.)

1991-9-99
    (Expired 7-1-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.99.)

1991-9-100
    (Expired 7-1-1993, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.100.)

1991-9-101
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.101.)

1991-9-102
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.102.)

1991-9-103
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.103.)

1991-9-104
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.104.)

1991-9-105
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.105.)

1991-9-106
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.106.)

1991-9-107
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.107.)

1991-9-108
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.108.)

1991-9-109
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.109.)

1991-9-110
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.110.)

1991-9-111
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.111.)

1991-9-112
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.112.)

1991-9-113
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.113.)

1991-9-114
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.114.)

1991-9-115
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.115.)

1991-9-116
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.116.)

1991-9-117
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.117.)

1991-9-118
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.118.)

1991-9-119
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.119.)

1991-9-120
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.120.)

1991-9-121
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.121.)

1991-9-122
    (Expired 6-30-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.122.)

1991-9-123
    (Codified at IC 16-39-0.1-1. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-9-124
    SECTION 124. (a) This act may not be construed to permit the transfer of any state operated agency, department, or facility or a division of a state operated agency, department, or facility to private control.
    (b) This act does not prohibit the sale or lease of surplus property as permitted by statute.
    (c) All state operated programs affected by this act remain under the exclusive control and operation of the state under the direct authority of the governor.

1991-9-125
    (Expired 1-1-1993, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.125.)

1991-9-126
    (Codified at IC 12-7-3-1. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-9-127
    (Codified at IC 12-7-3-2. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-9-128
    (Codified at IC 12-7-3-3. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-9-129
    (Codified at IC 12-7-3-4. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-9-130
    (Codified at IC 12-7-3-5. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-9-131
    (Codified at IC 12-7-3-6. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-9-132
    (Codified at IC 12-7-3-7. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-9-133
    (Codified at IC 12-7-3-8. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-9-134
    (Codified at IC 12-7-3-9. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-9-135
    (Codified at IC 12-7-1-4. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-9-136
    (Expired 12-31-1996, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.136.)

1991-9-137
    (Expired 12-31-1996, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.137.)

1991-9-138
    (Expired 12-31-1996, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.138.)

1991-9-139
    (Expired 12-31-1996, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.139.)

1991-9-140
    (Expired 12-31-1996, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.140.)

1991-9-141
    (Expired 1-1-1993, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.141.)

1991-9-142
    (Expired 4-1-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.142.)

1991-9-143
    (Amended by P.L.78-1992, SEC.29.)

1991-9-144
    (Expired 1-1-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.144.)

1991-9-145
    (Expired 4-1-1992, by P.L.9-1991, SEC.145.)

1991-10-11
    (Expired 1-1-1992, by P.L.10-1991, SEC.11.)

1991-11-22
    (Expired 1-1-1992, by P.L.11-1991, SEC.22.)

1991-12-7
    (Expired 7-1-1991, by P.L.12-1991, SEC.7.)

1991-12-8
    (Expired 7-1-1995, by P.L.12-1991, SEC.8.)

1991-20-14
    (Codified at IC 4-13.6-5-0.1, IC 5-16-1-0.1, and IC 36-1-12-0.1(1). Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-20-15
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-22-11
    (Amended by P.L.2-1992, SEC.898.)

1991-23-41
    (Expired 7-1-1994, by P.L.23-1991, SEC.41.)

1991-23-42
    (Expired 7-1-1996, by P.L.23-1991, SEC.42.)

1991-23-43
    (Expired 7-2-1991, by P.L.23-1991, SEC.43.)

1991-23-44
    (Expired 7-1-1996, by P.L.23-1991, SEC.44.)

1991-25-13
    (Codified at IC 13-11-2-0.2(a), IC 13-11-2-0.2(b), IC 13-23-13-0.2, and IC 13-25-4-0.2.

1991-25-14
    (Expired 1-1-1994, by P.L.25-1991, SEC.14.)

1991-26-29
    (Expired 7-1-1991, by P.L.26-1991, SEC.29.)

1991-27-57
    (Expired 11-16-1991, by P.L.27-1991, SEC.57.)

1991-33-59
    (Expired 7-2-1992, by P.L.33-1991, SEC.59.)

1991-33-60
    (Expired 7-1-1995, by P.L.33-1991, SEC.60.)

1991-34-28
    (Repealed by P.L.9-1991, SEC.97.)

1991-34-29
    (Expired 1-1-1992, by P.L.34-1991, SEC.29.)

1991-34-30
    (Expired 1-1-1992, by P.L.34-1991, SEC.30.)

1991-34-31
    (Repealed by P.L.9-1991, SEC.97.)

1991-34-32
    (Repealed by P.L.9-1991, SEC.97.)

1991-43-12
    (Expired 7-1-1991, by P.L.43-1991, SEC.12.)

1991-48-79
    (Expired 1-1-1994, by P.L.48-1991, SEC.79.)

1991-48-80
    (Expired 7-1-1995, by P.L.48-1991, SEC.80.)

1991-48-81
    (Expired 7-2-1991, by P.L.48-1991, SEC.81.)


1991-48-82
    (Expired 7-1-1996, by P.L.48-1991, SEC.82.)

1991-48-83
    (Expired 7-1-1995, by P.L.48-1991, SEC.83.)

1991-48-84
    (Expired 7-1-1995, by P.L.48-1991, SEC.84.)

1991-48-85
    (Expired 1-1-1995, by P.L.48-1991, SEC.85.)

1991-48-86
    (Amended P.L.1-1992, SEC.187.)

1991-48-87
    (Expired 7-2-1991, by P.L.48-1991, SEC.87.)

1991-48-88
    (Expired 7-1-1996, by P.L.48-1991, SEC.88.)

1991-54-3
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-56-4
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-56-5
    (Codified at IC 6-1.1-12.1-0.3. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-56-6
    (Codified at IC 6-1.1-12.1-0.3. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-58-2
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-59-4
    SECTION 4. This act applies to property taxes first due and payable after December 31, 1991. The first state distributions under IC 21-2-17, as added by this act, shall be in 1992.

1991-61-6
    SECTION 6. P.L.50-1990 applies to property tax sales held after January 1, 1991.

1991-64-2
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-65-2


    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-66-2
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-68-19
    (Expired 1-1-1994, by P.L.68-1991, SEC.19.)

1991-68-20
    (Expired 7-1-1991, by P.L.68-1991, SEC.20.)

1991-71-18
    (Expired 12-31-1993, by P.L.71-1991, SEC.18.)

1991-71-19
    (Codified at IC 9-31-1-7. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-71-20
    (Expired 1-1-1994, by P.L.71-1991, SEC.20.)

1991-71-21
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-87-4
    (Expired 6-30-1996, by P.L.87-1991, SEC.4.)

1991-87-5
    (Expired 6-30-1996, by P.L.87-1991, SEC.5.)

1991-87-6
    (Expired 7-1-1992, by P.L.87-1991, SEC.6.)

1991-90-2
    (Expired 1-1-1992, by P.L.90-1991, SEC.2.)

1991-99-5
    (Expired 10-1-1991, by P.L.99-1991, SEC.5.)

1991-112-7
    (Repealed by P.L.2-1992, SEC.897.)

1991-113-3
    (Expired 7-1-1995, by P.L.113-1991, SEC.3.)

1991-113-4
    (Expired 7-1-1993, by P.L.113-1991, SEC.4.)

1991-115-3
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)


1991-115-4
    (Expired 11-1-1992, by P.L.115-1991, SEC.4.)

1991-119-4
    (Codified at IC 27-8-5-0.1(4) and IC 27-8-14-0.1(a). Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-121-5
    (Expired 7-1-1993, by P.L.121-1991, SEC.5.)

1991-121-6
    (Expired 1-1-1994, by P.L.121-1991, SEC.6.)

1991-121-7
    (Expired 12-31-1992, by P.L.121-1991, SEC.7.)

1991-123-2
    (Expired 9-1-1992, by P.L.123-1991, SEC.2.)

1991-126-17
    (Expired 1-31-1992, by P.L.126-1991, SEC.17.)

1991-127-3
    (Expired 12-31-1991, by P.L.127-1991, SEC.3.)

1991-129-19
    (Expired 7-1-1992, by P.L.129-1991, SEC.19.)

1991-129-20
    (Expired 1-1-1992, by P.L.129-1991, SEC.20.)

1991-129-21
    (Expired 7-1-1992, by P.L.129-1991, SEC.21.)

1991-129-22
    (Amended by P.L.87-1992, SEC.4.)

1991-129-23
    (Expired 11-1-1991, by P.L.129-1991, SEC.23.)

1991-130-39
    (Expired 7-1-1995, by P.L.130-1991, SEC.39.)

1991-130-40
    (Expired 10-1-1991, by P.L.130-1991, SEC.40.)

1991-137-4
    (Expired 7-1-1991, by P.L.137-1991, SEC.4.)

1991-139-30
    (Expired 12-31-1994, by P.L.139-1991, SEC.30.)

1991-139-31
    (Expired 12-31-1994, by P.L.139-1991, SEC.31.)

1991-142-2
    (Expired 1-1-1993, by P.L.142-1991, SEC.2.)

1991-144-19
    (Codified at IC 34-30-5-0.2. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-146-11
    (Expired 7-1-1993, by P.L.146-1991, SEC.11.)

1991-147-8
    (Expired 7-1-1995, by P.L.147-1991, SEC.8.)

1991-147-9
    (Expired 7-1-1992, by P.L.147-1991, SEC.9.)

1991-147-10
    (Expired 7-1-1992, by P.L.147-1991, SEC.10.)

1991-147-11
    (Expired 7-1-1992, by P.L.147-1991, SEC.11.)

1991-148-2
    (Expired 7-1-1992, by P.L.148-1991, SEC.2.)

1991-156-3
    (Expired 12-31-1991, by P.L.156-1991, SEC.3.)

1991-156-4
    (Amended by P.L.8-1992, SEC.44.)

1991-156-5
    (Expired 12-31-1991, by P.L.156-1991, SEC.5.)

1991-156-6
    (Amended by P.L.8-1992, SEC.45.)

1991-156-7
    (Expired 7-1-1992, by P.L.156-1991, SEC.7.)

1991-157-16
    (Expired 7-2-1991, by P.L.157-1991, SEC.16.)

1991-158-2
    (Expired 10-2-1991, by P.L.158-1991, SEC.2.)

1991-169-2


    (Codified at IC 20-26-7-45. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-170-29
    (Expired 7-1-1994, by P.L.170-1991, SEC.29.)

1991-172-3
    (Codified at
IC 22-4-11-0.1 and IC 22-4-12-0.1. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-173-4
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-178-2
    (Expired 10-1-1991, by P.L.178-1991, SEC.2.)

1991-179-35
    (Expired 8-1-1996, by P.L.179-1991, SEC.35.)

1991-179-36
        (Codified at IC 23-17-1-0.2. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-181-6
    (Codified at IC 24-4.5-5-0.1. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-182-4
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-183-20
    (Expired 7-1-1995, by P.L.183-1991, SEC.20.)

1991-183-21
    (Expired 7-1-1992, by P.L.183-1991, SEC.21.)

1991-183-22
    (Expired 1-1-1993, by P.L.183-1991, SEC.22.)

1991-183-23
    (Expired 1-1-1994, by P.L.183-1991, SEC.23.)

1991-185-8
    (Expired 7-1-1994, by P.L.185-1991, SEC.8.)

1991-186-3
    (Expired 7-1-1994, by P.L.186-1991, SEC.3.)

1991-193-4
    (Codified at IC 27-2-16-0.1. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-194-3
    (Codified at IC 27-4-1.5-0.1. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-195-3
    (Codified at IC 27-8-13-0.1. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-208-2
    (Expired 8-2-1992, by P.L.208-1991, SEC.2.)

1991-212-2
    (Codified at IC 34-53-1-0.2. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-214-3
    (Codified at IC 35-38-2-0.1(1) and IC 35-50-2-0.1(4). Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-219-2
    (Codified at IC 36-2-13-0.1. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-221-44
    (Expired 1-1-1995, by P.L.221-1991, SEC.44.)

1991-223-2
    (Expired 1-1-1995, by P.L.223-1991, SEC.2.)

1991-228-2
    (Codified at IC 36-8-10-0.1(1). Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-232-1
    (Expired 6-30-1993, by P.L.232-1991, SEC.1.)

1991-233-1
    (Expired 7-1-1993, by P.L.233-1991, SEC.1.)

1991-233-2
    (Expired 7-1-1993, P.L.233-1991, SEC.2.)

1991-234-1
    (Expired 7-1-1992, by P.L.234-1991, SEC.3.)

1991-234-2
    (Expired 7-1-1992, by P.L.234-1991, SEC.3.)

1991-235-1
    (Expired 12-1-1991, by P.L.235-1991, SEC.1.)

1991-235-2
    (Expired 12-1-1991, by P.L.235-1991, SEC.2.)

1991-236-1
    (Expired 7-1-1992, by P.L.236-1991, SEC.1.)

1991-236-6
    (Expired not later than 7-1-1992, by P.L.236-1991, SEC.6.)

1991-236-7
    (Expired 7-1-1997, by P.L.236-1991, SEC.7.)

1991-236-8
    (Expired 7-1-1992, by P.L.236-1991, SEC.8.)

1991-236-9
    (Expired 7-1-1992, by P.L.236-1991, SEC.9.)

1991-237-1
    (Expired 12-31-1992, by P.L.237-1991, SEC.1.)

1991-238-1
    (Expired 6-30-1995, by P.L.238-1991, SEC.1.)

1991-238-2
    (Expired 1-2-1993, by P.L.238-1991, SEC.2.)

1991-239-1
    (Expired 12-31-1992, by P.L.239-1991, SEC.1.)

1991-240-1
    SECTION 1. (a) The following definitions apply throughout this act:
    (1) "Personal services" includes payments for salaries and wages to officers and employees of the state (either regular or temporary), payments for compensation awards, special payments for expert service, and the employer's share of social security, health insurance, life insurance and retirement fund contributions.
    (2) "Other operating expense" includes payments for "services other than personal", "services by contract", "supplies, materials, and parts", "grants, subsidies, refunds, and awards", "in-state travel", "out-of-state travel", and "equipment", unless equipment is included as a separate line item.
    (3) "Equipment" includes payments for machinery, implements, tools, furniture, furnishings, vehicles, and other articles that have a calculable period of service for more than twelve (12) calendar months.
    (4) "Total operating expense" includes payments for both "personal services" and "other operating expense".
    (5) "Pension fund contributions" means the State of Indiana's contribution to a specific retirement fund.
    (6) "Deficiency appropriation" or "special claim" means an

appropriation available during the 1990-91 fiscal year.
    (7) "Fee replacement" includes repayment on indebtedness resulting from financing the cost of planning, purchasing, rehabilitation, construction, repair, leasing, lease-purchasing, or otherwise acquiring land, buildings, facilities and equipment to be used for academic and instructional purposes.
    (8) "Year 1991-92" means the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1991, and ending June 30, 1992.
    (9) "Year 1992-93" means the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1992, and ending June 30, 1993.
    (10) "Biennium" means the period beginning July 1, 1991, and ending June 30, 1993.
    (11) "State Agency" means:
        (A) each office, officer, board, commission, department, division, bureau, committee, fund, agency, authority, council, other instrumentality of the state;
        (B) each hospital, penal institution, and other institutional enterprise of the state;
        (C) the judicial department of the state; and
        (D) the legislative department of the state.
However, this term does not include cities, towns, townships, school cities, school townships, school districts, other municipal corporations or political subdivisions of the state, or universities and colleges supported in whole or in part by state funds.
    (b) The state board of finance may authorize advances to boards or persons having control of the funds of any institution or department of the state of a sum of money out of any appropriation available at such time for the purpose of establishing working capital to provide for payment of expenses in the case of emergency when immediate payment is necessary or expedient. Advance payments shall be made by warrant by the auditor of state, and properly itemized and receipted bills or invoices shall be filed by the board or persons receiving the advance payments.
    (c) All money appropriated by this act shall be considered either a direct appropriation or an appropriation from a rotary or revolving fund.
    (1) Direct appropriations are subject to withdrawal from the state treasury and for expenditure for such purposes, at such time, and in such manner as may be prescribed by law. Direct appropriations are not subject to return and rewithdrawal from the state treasury, except for the correction of an error which may have occurred in any transaction or for reimbursement of expenditures which have occurred in the same fiscal year.
    (2) A rotary or revolving fund is any designated part of a fund which is set apart as working capital in a manner prescribed by law and devoted to a specific purpose or purposes. The fund consists of earnings and income only from certain sources or a combination thereof. However derived, the money in the fund shall be used for the purpose designated by law as working capital. The whole or any part of the money withdrawn from the fund may be repaid at any time. The fund at any time consists of the original appropriation thereto, if any,

all receipts accrued to the fund, and all money withdrawn from the fund and invested or to be invested. The fund shall be kept intact by separate entries in the auditor of state's office, and no part thereof shall be used for any purpose other than the lawful purpose of the fund or revert to any other fund at any time. However, any unencumbered excess above any prescribed amount shall be transferred to the general fund at the close of each fiscal year unless otherwise specified in the Indiana Code.

1991-240-2
    SECTION 2. For the conduct of state government, its offices, funds, boards, commissions, departments, societies, associations, services, agencies and undertakings, and for other appropriations not otherwise provided by statute, the following sums in SECTIONS 3 through 9 are appropriated for the periods of time designated, from the general fund of the state of Indiana or other specifically designated funds.

1991-240-3
    SECTION 3. GENERAL GOVERNMENT
    Year     Year
    1991-92     1992-93
    GENERAL GOVERNMENT
A. LEGISLATIVE
FOR THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY--
    LEGISLATORS' SALARIES-HOUSE
        Total Operating Expense    1,492,920     1,492,920
    HOUSE EXPENSES
        Total Operating Expense    6,141,973     6,141,973
    LEGISLATORS' SALARIES-SENATE
        Total Operating Expense    777,270     761,772
    SENATE EXPENSES
        Total Operating Expense    3,932,404     3,932,404
    Included in the above appropriations for house and senate expenses are funds for a legislative business per diem allowance. Except as provided below, this allowance is to be paid to each member of the general assembly for every day including Sundays, during which the general assembly is convened in regular or special session, commencing with the day the session is officially convened, and concluding with the day the session is adjourned sine die. However, after five (5) consecutive days of recess, the legislative business per diem allowance is to be made on an individual voucher basis until the recess concludes.
    Members of the general assembly are entitled, when authorized by the speaker of the house or the president pro tempore of the senate, to the legislative business per diem allowance for each and every day engaged in official business. The legislative business per diem allowance is a per diem in lieu of subsistence; it is neither a salary per diem nor subsistence.
    The legislative business per diem allowance which each member of the general assembly is entitled to receive equals the maximum daily amount allowable to employees of the executive branch of the federal government for subsistence expenses while away from home in travel

status in the Indianapolis area. The legislative business per diem changes each time there is a change in that maximum daily amount.
    In addition to the legislative business per diem allowance, each member of the general assembly shall receive the same mileage allowance as state employees for each mile necessarily traveled from the member's usual place of residence to the state capitol. However, if the member traveled by a means other than by motor vehicle, and the member's usual place of residence is more than one hundred (100) miles from the state capitol, the member is entitled to reimbursement in an amount equal to the lowest air travel cost incurred in traveling from the usual place of residence to the state capitol. During the period the general assembly is convened in regular or special session, the mileage allowance shall be limited to one (1) trip each week per member.
    Any member of the general assembly who is appointed, either by the governor, the speaker of the house, president or president pro tempore of the senate, house or senate minority floor leader, or Indiana legislative council to serve on any research, study or survey committee or commission, or who attends any meetings authorized or convened under the auspices of the Indiana legislative council, including pre-session conferences and federal-state relations conferences, is entitled, when authorized by the legislative council, to receive the legislative business per diem allowance for each day in actual attendance at any meeting of such committee, commission, or conference. The member is also entitled to a mileage allowance, at the rate specified above, for each mile necessarily traveled from the member's usual place of residence to the state capitol, or other in-state site of the committee, commission or conference. The per diem allowance and the mileage allowance permitted under this paragraph shall be paid from the legislative council appropriation for legislator and lay member travel unless otherwise provided for by a specific appropriation. Any member of the general assembly attending 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 receive:
    (1) the legislative business per diem allowance for each day the member is engaged in approved out-of-state travel; and
    (2) reimbursement for traveling expenses actually incurred in connection with the member's duties, as provided in the state travel policies and procedures established by the department of administration and approved by the budget agency.
    If the funds appropriated for the house and senate expenses and legislative salaries are insufficient to pay all the necessary expenses incurred, including the cost of printing the journals of the house and senate, there are appropriated such further sums as may be necessary to pay such expenses.
    LEGISLATORS' SUBSISTENCE
        House Other
            Operating Expense    733,894     733,894
        Senate Other
            Operating Expense    427,750     389,959


    Each member of the general assembly is entitled to a subsistence allowance of twenty-five dollars ($25) per day for: (1) each day that the General Assembly is not convened in regular or special session, and; (2) each day after the first session day and before the second session day of each regular session, and any day during that time period that the general assembly is convened in special session. The subsistence allowance is payable from the appropriations for legislators' subsistence.
    The leadership of the senate and house are entitled to the following additional amounts annually in addition to the subsistence allowance: Officers of the senate: president pro tempore, six thousand five hundred dollars ($6,500); assistant president pro tempore, four thousand dollars ($4,000); majority floor leader, five thousand dollars ($5,000); majority caucus chairman, five thousand dollars ($5,000); finance committee chairman, five thousand dollars ($5,000); majority whip, one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500); minority floor leader, five thousand five hundred dollars ($5,500); minority caucus chairman, four thousand five hundred dollars ($4,500); minority assistant floor leader, four thousand five hundred dollars ($4,500); finance committee ranking minority member, three thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500); and minority whip, one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500).
    Officers of the house of representatives are entitled to the following amounts in addition to the subsistence allowance: speaker of the house, six thousand five hundred dollars ($6,500); speaker pro tempore, five thousand dollars ($5,000); majority floor leader, five thousand dollars ($5,000); majority caucus chairman, five thousand dollars ($5,000); ways and means committee chairman, five thousand dollars ($5,000); ways and means committee ranking majority member, three thousand dollars ($3,000); budget subcommittee chairman, three thousand dollars ($3,000); majority whip, three thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500); assistant majority floor leader, three thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500); minority floor leader, five thousand five hundred dollars ($5,500); minority caucus chairman, four thousand five hundred dollars ($4,500); ways and means committee ranking minority member, three thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500); minority whip, one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500); and minority assistant floor leader, three thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500).
If the funds appropriated for legislators' subsistence are insufficient to pay all the subsistence incurred, there are hereby appropriated such further sums as may be necessary to pay such subsistence.
FOR THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT FUND
    LEGISLATORS' RETIREMENT FUND
        Total Operating Expense    611,952     611,952
FOR THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL AND THE
    LEGISLATIVE SERVICES AGENCY
        Total Operating Expense    4,117,629     4,117,629
    LEGISLATOR AND LAY MEMBER TRAVEL
        Other Operating Expense    455,910     455,910
If the funds above appropriated for the legislative council and the legislative services agency and legislator and lay member travel are

insufficient to pay all the necessary expenses incurred, there are hereby appropriated such further sums as may be necessary to pay those expenses.
    Any person other than a member of the general assembly who is appointed by the governor, speaker of the house, president or president pro tempore of the senate, house or senate minority floor leader, or legislative council to serve on any research, study, or survey committee or commission is entitled, when authorized by the legislative council, to a per diem in lieu of subsistence of fifty dollars ($50.00) per day during the 1991-93 biennium. In addition to the per diem, such a person is entitled to mileage reimbursement, at the rate specified for members of the general assembly, for each mile necessarily traveled from his usual place of residence to the state capitol or other in-state site of the committee, commission, or conference. However, reimbursement for any out-of-state travel expenses shall be based on SECTION 13 of this act. The allowance and reimbursement permitted in this paragraph shall be paid from the legislative council appropriations for legislative and lay member travel unless otherwise provided for by a specific appropriation.
FOR THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
    CONTINGENCY FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    200,000
    Disbursements from the fund may be made only for purposes approved by the chairman and vice chairman of the legislative council.
    The legislative services agency shall charge the following fees, unless the legislative council sets the fees at a different rate, for documents provided to the general public:
    Annual subscription to the session document service for sessions ending in odd-number years         450
    Annual subscription to the session document service for sessions ending in even-number years         400
    Per page charge for copies of legislative
    documents         .15
    Annual charge for the interim calendar         10
    Daily charge for the journal of either house         2
    DISTRIBUTION OF PRINTED JOURNALS, BILLS,
        RESOLUTIONS AND ENROLLED DOCUMENTS
            Total Operating Expense    250,000     350,000
If the above appropriation for distribution of printed journals, bills, resolutions, and enrolled documents is insufficient, there are hereby appropriated such sums as may be necessary to pay for distribution of printed journals, bills, resolutions, and enrolled documents.
    PRINTING AND DISTRIBUTING THE ACTS
        Total Operating Expense    55,000     85,000
    The above funds are appropriated for printing and distributing the acts of the first and second regular sessions of the 107th general assembly. Upon completion of the distribution as provided by IC 2-6-1.5, additional copies may be sold at a price or prices determined by the legislative council from time to time. If the funds above appropriated for printing and distributing the acts are insufficient

to pay all of the necessary expenses incurred, then there are hereby appropriated such further sums as may be necessary to pay such expenses.
    PUBLICATION OF THE INDIANA CODE
        Total Operating Expense    270,000     330,000
    The above funds are for printing supplements to the Indiana code for fiscal years 1991-92 and 1992-93. Upon completion of the distribution as provided in IC 2-6-1.5, remaining copies may be sold at a price or prices determined by the legislative council from time to time. If the above appropriations for publication of the Indiana code are insufficient to pay all of the necessary expenses incurred, there are hereby appropriated such further sums as may be necessary to pay such expenses.
    LEGISLATIVE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
            Total Operating Expense    60,000     60,000
    COUNCIL OF STATE GOVERNMENTS
            Other Operating Expense    83,600     83,600
    NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF STATE LEGISLATURES
            Other Operating Expense    91,714     91,714
    PUBLICATION OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE CODE
            Total Operating Expense    225,000     225,000
    PRINTING AND DISTRIBUTING THE INDIANA
        REGISTER
            Total Operating Expense    280,000     280,000
    Annual subscriptions to the Indiana Register may be sold at a cost of two hundred dollars ($200) unless the legislative council sets a different cost. If the above appropriations for publication of the administrative code and printing and distributing the Indiana register are insufficient to pay all of the necessary expenses incurred, there are hereby appropriated such further sums as may be necessary to pay the additional expenses.
B. JUDICIAL
FOR THE SUPREME COURT
        Personal Services    2,513,185     2,513,185
        Other Operating Expense    579,700     589,700
    The above appropriation for the supreme court other operating expense includes the subsistence allowance as provided by IC 33-13-12.
FOR THE COURT OF APPEALS
        Personal Services    4,660,848     4,660,848
        Other Operating Expense    612,643     612,643
    The above appropriation for the court of appeals other operating expense includes the subsistence allowance provided by IC 33-13-12.
FOR THE CLERK OF THE SUPREME AND
    APPEALS COURTS
        Personal Services    570,565     570,565
        Other Operating Expense    126,024     126,024
FOR THE TAX COURT
        Personal Services    276,431     276,431
        Other Operating Expense    77,700     77,700
FOR THE JUDICIAL CENTER


        Personal Services    451,153     451,153
        Other Operating Expense    304,646     336,646
    The above appropriations for the judicial center include the appropriations for the judicial conference.
FOR THE PUBLIC DEFENDER
        Personal Services    2,842,468     2,921,282
        Other Operating Expense    918,759     940,574
FOR THE PUBLIC DEFENDER COUNCIL
        Personal Services    271,345     271,345
        Other Operating Expense    89,640     89,640
FOR THE PUBLIC DEFENDER COMMISSION
        Total Operating Expense    650,000     650,000
    The above appropriations for the public defender commission created by IC 33-9-13 are from the public defense fund created by IC 33-9-14 and are for the purpose of reimbursing counties for indigent defense services provided to a defendant against whom the death sentence is sought under IC 35-50-2-9. The division of state court administration of the supreme court of Indiana shall provide staff support to the commission and shall administer the fund. The administrative costs may come from the fund.
FOR THE ALTERNATIVE SENTENCING PROGRAM
        Personal Services    130,963     130,963
        Other Operating Expense    22,884     22,884
FOR THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS' COUNCIL
        Personal Services    320,755     320,755
        Other Operating Expense    163,349     163,349
    DRUG PROSECUTION
        Total Operating Expense    99,880     99,880
    The above appropriations for drug prosecution are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the drug prosecution fund as provided in IC 33-14-8-5. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to said fund.
FOR THE SUPREME COURT
    SPECIAL JUDGES--COUNTY COURTS
        Personal Services    519,000     519,000
        Other Operating Expense    176,700     176,700
    If the funds above appropriated for special judges of county courts are insufficient to pay all of the necessary expenses which the state is required to pay under IC 34-1-13-4, there are hereby appropriated such further sums as may be necessary to pay such expenses.
FOR THE DIVISION OF STATE COURT ADMINISTRATION
    GUARDIAN AD LITEM
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    799,866
    The division of state court administration shall use the foregoing appropriation to establish and administer an office of guardian ad litem and court appointed special advocate services and to provide matching funds to counties that are required to implement, in courts with juvenile jurisdiction, a guardian ad litem and court appointed special advocate program for children who are alleged to be victims of child abuse or

neglect under IC 31-6-11 and to administer the program. However, the court may not use more than sixty-five thousand dollars ($65,000) per state fiscal year for administration of the program. A county may use these matching funds to supplement amounts collected as fees under IC 31-6-4-18(h) and used for the operation of guardian ad litem and court appointed special advocate programs. The county fiscal body shall appropriate adequate funds for the county to be eligible for these matching funds.
FOR THE AUDITOR OF STATE
    LOCAL JUDGES' SALARIES
        Personal Services    18,067,600     18,067,600
        Other Operating Expense    16,300     16,300
FOR THE AUDITOR OF STATE
    COUNTY PROSECUTORS' SALARIES
        Personal Services    9,325,238     9,325,238
        Other Operating Expense    6,300     6,300
    The above appropriations represent the amounts authorized by IC 33-14-7-5 and which are to be paid from the state general fund.
    In addition to the appropriations above for local judges' salaries and for county prosecutors' salaries, there are hereby appropriated for personal services the amounts that the state is required to pay for any additional courts created by the 107th general assembly.
FOR THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT FUND
    JUDGES' RETIREMENT FUND
        Other Operating Expense    3,000,000     3,000,000
    PROSECUTORS' RETIREMENT FUND
        Other Operating Expense    256,491     256,491
C.    EXECUTIVE
FOR THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE
        Personal Services    1,806,728     1,806,728
        Other Operating Expense    308,072     308,072
    GOVERNOR'S RESIDENCE
        Total Operating Expense    156,032     156,032
    CONTINGENCY FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the biennium    194,000
    Direct disbursements from the above contingency fund are not subject to the provisions of IC 4-13.4.
    MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES
        Total Operating Expense    11,640     11,640
    EXECUTIVE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CONTINGENCY FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    194,000
    GOVERNOR'S FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
        Total Operating Expense    243,211     243,211
FOR THE WASHINGTON LIAISON OFFICE
        Personal Services    75,787     75,787
        Other Operating Expense    110,580     110,580
FOR THE GOVERNOR'S VOLUNTARY ACTION COMMISSION
        Personal Services    69,825     69,825


        Other Operating Expense    26,727     26,727
FOR THE UTILITY REGULATORY COMMISSION
    NOMINATING COMMITTEE
        Total Operating Expense    4,850     4,850
    Notwithstanding the provisions of IC 8-1-1.5-9(b), the above appropriation is hereby made for the purpose of defraying any and all expenses which may be incurred by the nominating committee.
FOR THE AUDITOR OF STATE
    GOVERNORS' AND GOVERNORS' SURVIVING SPOUSES' PENSIONS
        Other Operating Expense    106,215     106,215
    The above appropriations for governors' and governors' surviving spouses' pensions are made pursuant to IC 4-3-3.
FOR THE STATE ETHICS COMMISSION
        Personal Services    183,948     183,948
        Other Operating Expense    61,226     61,226
FOR THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
        Personal Services    634,033     634,033
        Other Operating Expense    82,328     82,328
    CONTINGENCY FUND
        Total Operating Expense    24,750     24,750
    Direct disbursements from the above contingency fund are not subject to the provisions of IC 4-13.4.
    STANDARDBRED BOARD OF REGULATION
        Total Operating Expense    134,008     134,008
    OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF
    AGRICULTURE
        Personal Services    730,324     730,324
        Other Operating Expense    594,726     594,726
FOR THE SECRETARY OF STATE--
    CORPORATIONS AND ADMINISTRATION
        Personal Services    915,166     915,166
        Other Operating Expense    309,068     309,068
    UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE
        Personal Services    155,743     155,743
        Other Operating Expense    13,015     13,015
    SECURITIES DIVISION
        Personal Services    586,027     586,027
        Other Operating Expense    119,080     119,080
FOR THE ATTORNEY GENERAL--
    ATTORNEY GENERAL
        Personal Services    6,222,575     6,222,575
        Other Operating Expense    388,276     388,276
    MEDICAID FRAUD UNIT
        Total Operating Expense    219,802     219,802
    The above appropriation to the Medicaid fraud unit is the state's matching share of the state Medicaid fraud control unit pursuant to IC 4-6-10 as prescribed by 42 U.S.C. 1396b(q).
    CONSUMER PROTECTION
        Personal Services    1,374,235     1,374,235
        Other Operating Expense    130,093     130,093
    UNCLAIMED PROPERTY
        Personal Services    504,025     504,025
        Other Operating Expense    117,938     117,938
    The above funds appropriated to the unclaimed property division are to be paid from the abandoned property fund created by IC 32-9-1-24, and shall be used to cover administrative expenses incurred in carrying out the provisions of that chapter. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to said fund.
    SELF INSURANCE
        Personal Services    354,153     354,153
        Other Operating Expense    73,005     73,005
D. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
FOR THE AUDITOR OF STATE
        Personal Services    1,508,244     1,508,244
        Other Operating Expense    219,323     219,323
    MANAGEMENT INFORMATION DIVISION
        Personal Services    1,315,942     1,315,942
        Other Operating Expense    132,348     132,348
    STATEWIDE ACCOUNTING PROJECT
        Other Operating Expense    970,020     970,020
FOR THE STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTS
        Personal Services    11,846,320     11,846,320
        Other Operating Expense    1,087,652     1,087,652
    GOVERNOR ELECT
        Total Operating Expense         40,000
FOR THE STATE BUDGET COMMITTEE
        Total Operating Expense    38,200     38,200
    Notwithstanding IC 4-12-1-11(b), the salary per diem of the legislative members of the budget committee is an amount equal to one hundred fifty percent (150%) of the legislative business per diem allowance. If the above appropriations are insufficient to carry out the necessary operations of the state budget committee, there are hereby appropriated such further sums as may be necessary.
FOR THE STATE BUDGET AGENCY
        Personal Services    1,721,150     1,721,150
        Other Operating Expense    373,159     373,159
    PERSONAL SERVICES/FRINGE BENEFITS CONTINGENCY FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    15,000,000
    The foregoing personal services/fringe benefits contingency fund appropriation is subject to allotment to departments, institutions and all state agencies by the state budget agency with the approval of the governor.
    DEPARTMENTAL AND INSTITUTIONAL EMERGENCY CONTINGENCY FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    4,500,000
    The foregoing departmental and institutional contingency appropriation shall be subject to allotment to departments, institutions

and all state agencies by the state budget agency with the approval of the governor. Such allocations may be made upon the written request of proper officials, showing that contingencies exist which require additional funds for meeting necessary total operating expenses. The state budget committee shall be advised of each transfer request and allotment. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, the expenses of conducting an audit of a state agency for the following purposes may be paid from the departmental and institutional emergency contingency fund:
    (1) To determine whether the state agency is managing and utilizing its resources (including personnel, property, and office space) economically and efficiently.
    (2) To determine whether there are any inefficiencies or uneconomical practices in the state agency's operations, and, if so, their causes.
    (3) To determine whether the state agency has complied with laws and rules concerning matters of economy and efficiency.
    INFORMATION PROCESSING CONTINGENCY FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    2
FOR THE TREASURER OF STATE
        Personal Services    641,371     641,371
        Other Operating Expense    42,950     42,950
FOR THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT FUND--
    ADMINISTRATION
        Personal Services    1,524,746     1,734,317
        Other Operating Expense    2,103,881     2,013,881
    The above appropriations to the public employees' retirement fund for administrative expenses shall be paid from investment earnings in accordance with the provisions of IC 5-10.2-2-12. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from said earnings.
E.    TAX ADMINISTRATION
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE--
    COLLECTION AND ADMINISTRATION
        Personal Services    26,820,086     26,820,087
        Other Operating Expense    12,429,641     11,513,501
    With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, the foregoing sums for the department of revenue may be augmented to an amount not exceeding in total, together with the above specific amounts, one and one-tenth percent (1-1/10%) of the amount of money collected by the department of revenue from taxes and fees.
    CIGARETTE TAX DIVISION
        Personal Services    280,870     280,871
        Other Operating Expense    328,025     333,700
    The state general fund shall be reimbursed for the amount of expenses paid from the appropriations for the cigarette tax division from the collections of that division. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, these appropriations for the department of revenue-cigarette tax division may be augmented by an amount which, when added to the specific appropriations for that fiscal year does not

exceed one and one-tenth percent (1-1/10%) of the amount of money collected from the cigarette tax in that fiscal year.
    ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE TAX DIVISION
        Personal Services    181,737     181,738
        Other Operating Expense    7,045     7,445
    The general fund shall be reimbursed for the amount of expenses from the appropriations herein made for the alcoholic beverage tax division from the collections of such division. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, the foregoing sums for the department of revenue-alcoholic beverage tax division may be augmented to an amount not exceeding in total, together with the above specific amounts, one and one tenth percent (1-1/10%) of money collected from the alcoholic beverage tax.
    MOTOR FUEL TAX DIVISION
        Personal Services    3,083,873     3,083,873
        Other Operating Expense    817,233     821,833
    Of the foregoing appropriations for the motor fuel tax division for fiscal year 1991-92, one million, one hundred seventy thousand, three hundred thirty one dollars ($1,170,331) are appropriated from the motor carrier regulation fund created by IC 8-2.1-14 and two million, seven hundred thirty thousand, seven hundred seventy-five dollars ($2,730,775) are appropriated from the motor vehicle highway fund. For fiscal year 1992-93, one million, one hundred seventy-one thousand, seven hundred eleven dollars ($1,171,711) are appropriated from the motor carrier regulation fund and two million, seven hundred thirty-three thousand, nine hundred ninety-five dollars ($2,733,995) are appropriated from the motor vehicle highway fund. In addition to the foregoing appropriations, there is hereby appropriated to the department of revenue-motor fuel tax division an amount sufficient to pay claims for refunds on license-fee-exempt motor vehicle fuel as provided by law. The sums above appropriated from the motor vehicle highway fund for the operation of the motor fuel tax division, together with all refunds for license-fee-exempt motor vehicle fuel, shall be paid from the receipts of those license fees before they are distributed as provided by IC 6-6-1.1. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the motor vehicle highway fund.
    MOTOR CARRIER REGULATIONS
        Personal Services    298,183     298,184
        Other Operating Expense    179,560     169,930
    The above appropriations for the department of revenue-motor carrier regulation are hereby appropriated from the motor carrier regulation fund created by IC 8-2.1-14. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the motor carrier regulation fund.
FOR THE BOARD OF TAX COMMISSIONERS
        Personal Services    3,541,490     3,541,490
        Other Operating Expense    964,205     768,205
    From the above appropriations for the board of tax commissioners, travel subsistence and mileage allowances may be paid for members of the state school property tax control board created by IC 6-1.1-19; for

members of the local government tax control board created by IC 6-1.1-18.5-11; and for members of the tax commissioners' advisory council created by IC 6-1.1-32, pursuant to state travel regulations.
F. ADMINISTRATION
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION--
    COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE
        Personal Services    893,012     893,013
        Other Operating Expense    115,298     109,598
    PROCUREMENT DIVISION
        Personal Services    1,387,665     1,387,666
        Other Operating Expense    397,825     264,505
    OPERATIONS DIVISION
        Personal Services    6,525,780     6,579,560
        Other Operating Expense    4,677,500     4,684,360
    PUBLIC WORKS DIVISION
        Personal Services    1,794,815     1,794,815
        Other Operating Expense    193,621     136,621
    WASHINGTON STREET PARKING GARAGE LEASE RENTAL
        Total Operating Expense    3,915,359     3,923,952
    SENATE AVENUE PARKING GARAGE LEASE RENTAL
        Total Operating Expense    2,062,245     2,881,504
    STATE OFFICE BUILDING-NORTH LEASE RENTAL
        Total Operating Expense    4,744,789     5,077,356
    STATE OFFICE BUILDING-SOUTH LEASE RENTAL
        Total Operating Expense    14,119,529     14,130,554
FOR THE PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT
        Personal Services    3,102,565     3,102,565
        Other Operating Expense    991,838     991,838
    STATE EMPLOYEES' APPEALS COMMISSION
        Personal Services    91,796     91,796
        Other Operating Expense    18,835     18,835
FOR THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RELATIONS BOARD
        Personal Services    64,633     64,633
FOR THE DATA PROCESSING OVERSIGHT COMMISSION
        Personal Services    367,809     367,809
        Other Operating Expense    222,257     222,257
FOR THE COMMISSION ON PUBLIC RECORDS
        Personal Services    1,126,827     1,126,827
        Other Operating Expense    107,753     107,753
G.    OTHER
FOR THE COMMISSION ON UNIFORM STATE LAWS
        Total Operating Expense    25,740     25,740
FOR THE STATE ELECTION BOARD
        Personal Services    240,667     240,667
        Other Operating Expense    77,814     77,814

1991-240-4
    SECTION 4. PUBLIC SAFETY
    Year     Year
    1991-92     1992-93
PUBLIC SAFETY


A.    CORRECTIONS
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION
    ESCAPEE COUNSEL AND TRIAL EXPENSE
        Other Operating Expense    315,250     315,250
    COMMUNITY CORRECTION PROGRAMS
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    15,000,000
    COUNTY JAIL MISDEMEANANT HOUSING
        Total Operating Expense    2,000,000     2,000,000
    CORRECTIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTE
        Personal Services    397,513     381,328
        Other Operating Expense    267,175     321,681
    FOR THE WESTVILLE TRANSITIONAL UNIT
        Personal Services    1,795,919     2,203,377
        Other Operating Expense    413,835     362,462
    WORK RELEASE CENTERS
        Personal Services    1,021,037     1,021,037
        Other Operating Expense    945,784     982,792
    PAROLE DIVISION
        Personal Services    3,293,679     3,296,224
        Other Operating Expense    1,345,186     1,302,064
    CENTRAL OFFICE
        Personal Services    4,023,787     4,031,135
        Other Operating Expense    626,511     376,253
    INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SERVICES
        Personal Services    1,198,814     1,193,556
        Other Operating Expense    1,556,525     1,812,597
    PAROLE BOARD
        Personal Services    401,301     400,787
        Other Operating Expense    43,985     64,856
    DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION
        Total Operating Expense    59,110     59,111
    The above appropriations for corrections drug abuse prevention are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the corrections drug abuse fund as provided in IC 11-8-2-11. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to said fund.
FOR THE WABASH VALLEY CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
        Personal Services    2,545,764     13,131,676
        Other Operating Expense    6,596,246     6,667,048
FOR THE INDIANA STATE PRISON
        Personal Services    19,987,214     20,026,416
        Other Operating Expense    7,091,344     8,012,621
    VOCATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM
        Total Operating Expense    379,422     379,422
FOR THE INDIANA REFORMATORY
        Personal Services    20,155,872     20,155,856
        Other Operating Expense    6,474,292     6,683,539
FOR THE CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX
        Personal Services    15,251,854     15,251,854
        Other Operating Expense    4,032,473     4,057,120
FOR THE CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX--
    FOOD INDUSTRY
        Personal Services    1,976,345     2,132,652
        Other Operating    9,249,303     11,436,390
FOR THE INDIANA WOMEN'S PRISON
        Personal Services    7,381,022     7,413,936
        Other Operating Expense    1,528,248     1,454,594
FOR THE INDIANA STATE FARM
        Personal Services    18,822,243     18,810,361
        Other Operating Expense    6,523,047     5,924,740
FOR THE INDIANA BOYS' SCHOOL
        Personal Services    11,745,239     11,745,239
        Other Operating Expense    2,020,479     1,471,954
FOR THE INDIANA GIRLS' SCHOOL
        Personal Services    5,953,366     5,951,823
        Other Operating Expense    1,031,118     1,020,619
FOR THE BRANCHVILLE TRAINING CENTER
        Personal Services    11,438,638     11,438,638
        Other Operating Expense    4,308,473     3,331,560
FOR THE WESTVILLE CORRECTIONAL CENTER
        Personal Services    32,583,752     32,583,752
        Other Operating Expense    11,252,516     9,951,019
FOR THE ROCKVILLE TRAINING CENTER
        Personal Services    5,478,744     6,080,070
        Other Operating Expense    1,118,518     1,652,551
FOR THE INDIANA YOUTH CENTER
        Personal Services    16,597,308     16,649,874
        Other Operating Expense    8,048,859     7,032,210
FOR THE RECEPTION AND DIAGNOSTIC CENTER
        Personal Services    7,222,051     7,292,159
        Other Operating Expense    1,230,116     1,140,457
FOR THE HENRYVILLE CORRECTIONAL UNIT
        Personal Services    969,669     969,668
        Other Operating Expense    419,742     370,960
FOR THE CHAIN O' LAKES CORRECTIONAL UNIT
        Personal Services    830,709     830,708
        Other Operating Expense    383,437     399,488
FOR THE MEDARYVILLE CORRECTIONAL UNIT
        Personal Services    961,056     961,057
        Other Operating Expense    378,951     342,833
FOR THE LAKESIDE CORRECTIONAL UNIT
        Personal Services    1,535,065     1,568,960
        Other Operating Expense    359,787     109,369
FOR THE RICHMOND CORRECTIONAL UNIT
        Personal Services    799,291     799,292
        Other Operating Expense    236,938     243,506
FOR THE ATTERBURY CORRECTIONAL UNIT
        Personal Services    1,158,664     1,158,665
        Other Operating Expense    614,944     631,841
FOR THE CENTRAL STATE CORRECTIONAL UNIT
        Personal Services    794,280     794,281
        Other Operating Expense    245,228     225,225
FOR THE MADISON CORRECTIONAL UNIT
        Personal Services    755,006     755,006
        Other Operating Expense    344,587     327,313
FOR THE JOHNSON COUNTY CORRECTIONAL UNIT
        Personal Services    1,687,271     1,687,271
        Other Operating Expense    625,314     580,385
FOR THE FORT WAYNE JUVENILE RESIDENTIAL FACILITY
        Personal Services    509,972     509,973
        Other Operating Expense    235,176     231,406
FOR THE SOUTH BEND JUVENILE RESIDENTIAL FACILITY
        Personal Services    797,270     797,271
        Other Operating Expense    283,918     287,119
FOR THE NEW JUVENILE RESIDENTIAL FACILITY
        Personal Services    461,925     461,925
        Other Operating Expense    355,216     301,216
FOR TITLE XX WORK RELEASE
        Total Operating Expense    1,243,727     1,434,887
    The foregoing appropriation for title XX work release of the department of correction is hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the state general fund in an amount not to exceed five hundred forty-three thousand, seven hundred twenty-seven ($543,727) for fiscal year 1991-92 and seven hundred thirty-four thousand, eight hundred eighty-seven ($734,887) for fiscal year 1992-93, and the balance from revenue accruing to the work release subsistence fund created by IC 11-10-8-6.5. With the approval of the governor and state budget agency, the sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the work release subsistence fund.
    Any of the appropriations to the department of correction may be augmented, with the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, from funds accruing to the Indiana department of human services from social services block grant purchase of social services contingency fund pursuant to IC 4-28-6 for the purpose of reimbursing the foregoing appropriations for expenditures made therefrom which qualify for participation in the social services block grant purchase of social services program.
FOR THE STATE BUDGET AGENCY
    COUNTY JAIL MAINTENANCE CONTINGENCY
    FUND
        Other Operating Expense    10,858,750     9,581,250
    Disbursements from the fund shall be made for the purpose of reimbursing sheriffs for the cost of incarcerating in county jails persons convicted of felonies to the extent that such persons are incarcerated for more than five (5) days after the day of sentencing at the rate of thirty-five dollars ($35) per day. In addition to the per diem, the state shall reimburse the sheriffs for any expenses incurred in providing medical care to the convicted persons. However, if the sheriff or county receives money with respect to a convicted person (from a source other than the county), the per diem or medical expense reimbursement with respect to the convicted person shall be reduced by the amount received. A sheriff shall not be required to comply with

IC 35-38-3-4(a) or transport convicted persons within five (5) days after the day of sentencing, if the department of correction does not have the capacity to receive the convicted person. If this appropriation is insufficient to make the payments specified, there are hereby appropriated such further sums as may be necessary.
B.    LAW ENFORCEMENT
FOR THE ADJUTANT GENERAL
        Personal Services    7,002,941     7,002,941
        Other Operating Expense    3,454,763     3,454,763
    NAVAL FORCES
        Personal Services    130,276     130,276
        Other Operating Expense    104,296     104,296
    DISABLED SOLDIERS' PENSION
        Other Operating Expense    12,180     12,792
    GOVERNOR'S CIVIL AND MILITARY
    CONTINGENCY FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    970,000
    The above appropriation for the adjutant general governor's civil and military contingency fund is made pursuant to IC 10-2-7-1.
FOR THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE INSTITUTE--
    ADMINISTRATIVE MATCH
        Total Operating Expense    130,771     128,717
    DRUG ENFORCEMENT MATCH
        Total Operating Expense    343,373     1,259,415
    VICTIM AND WITNESS ASSISTANCE
        Total Operating Expense    626,000     626,000
    The above appropriations for victim and witness assistance shall be paid from receipts to the family violence and victim assistance fund created by IC 4-23-18; provided that if revenues accruing to said fund are greater than the appropriations, the appropriations for grants may only be augmented to the limit of revenues with the approval of the governor and the state budget agency.
    STATE DRUG FREE COMMUNITIES FUND
        Total Operating Expense    1,475,000     1,475,000
    The above appropriations for the state drug free communities fund are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the state drug free communities fund as provided by IC 33-19-9-4. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, the sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
FOR THE LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING BOARD
        Personal Services    1,326,133     1,330,102
        Other Operating Expense    1,108,564     1,149,220
    The above appropriations for the law enforcement training board are from the law enforcement training fund created by IC 5-2-1-13. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from said fund.
FOR THE INDIANA STATE POLICE AND MOTOR CARRIER INSPECTION
        Personal Services    59,994,694     59,994,694
        Other Operating Expense    18,670,616     18,670,616


        Emergency Service Allowance    958,440     958,440
    The above appropriations designated "emergency service allowance" are for the express purpose of compensating state police officers for being on call twenty-four (24) hours per day, every day of the year. To qualify for the emergency service allowance, an employee must be a sworn state police officer with full arrest power and must meet all training requirements set forth by the superintendent of state police. Employees in the salary classification of communications officer, motor carrier inspector and port security officer are not eligible for the emergency service allowance. This allowance will amount to eight hundred forty dollars ($840.00) per year for each qualified officer, and is to be paid in twenty-six (26) equal installments.
    The emergency service allowance shall not be included in the state police grade and salary classification code for any purpose and shall not be calculated for purposes of department or personal contributions or benefits pursuant to IC 10-1-2 and IC 10-1-2.2 and IC 10-1-2.3.
    The above appropriations for personal services and other operating expense include funds to continue the state police minority recruiting program.
    In addition to any funds that may be expended for accident reporting from the "accident report account" under IC 9-3-1-3, there is included in the appropriations for Indiana state police and motor carrier inspection such additional funds as necessary for administering accident reporting as required under IC 9-3-1.
    Of the funds above appropriated for the Indiana state police for fiscal year 1991-92, thirty-eight million, two hundred thirty-one thousand, two hundred dollars ($38,231,200) is appropriated from the motor vehicle highway fund, and thirty-eight million, two hundred thirty-one thousand, one hundred ninety-nine dollars ($38,231,199) is appropriated from the general fund, and three million, one hundred sixty-one thousand, three hundred fifty-one dollars ($3,161,351) is appropriated from the motor carrier regulation fund.
    Of the funds appropriated for fiscal year 1992-93, thirty-eight million, two hundred thirty-one thousand, two hundred dollars ($38,231,200) is appropriated from the motor vehicle highway fund, and thirty-eight million, two hundred thirty-one thousand, one hundred ninety-nine dollars ($38,231,199) is appropriated from the general fund, and three million, one hundred sixty-one thousand, three hundred fifty-one dollars ($3,161,351) is appropriated from the motor carrier regulation fund.
    The foregoing appropriations for the Indiana state police and motor carrier inspection include funds for the police security detail to be provided to the Indiana state fair board. However, any amount expended to provide security for the Indiana state fair board may be reimbursed by the Indiana state fair board to such fund from which the expenditure was made, in accordance with reimbursement schedules recommended by the state budget committee.
    With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented accordingly, from the state general fund, the motor vehicle highway fund, and the motor carrier regulation fund.
    DRUG INTERDICTION
        Total Operating Expense    13,286     13,286
    The above appropriations for drug interdiction are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the drug interdiction fund as provided in IC 10-1-8-2. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to said fund.
    PENSION FUND
        Pension Fund Contribution    3,745,740     3,745,740
    The above appropriations shall be paid into the state police pension fund provided for in IC 10-1-2 in twelve (12) equal installments on or before July 30, and on or before the 30th of each succeeding month thereafter.
    The foregoing appropriations for the state police pension fund are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the state general fund in an amount not to exceed one million, eight hundred seventy-two thousand, eight hundred seventy dollars ($1,872,870) for fiscal year 1991-92, and for fiscal year 1992-93; and the balance from revenues accruing to the motor vehicle highway fund.
    SUPPLEMENTAL PENSION
        Total Operating Expense    1,940,123     2,137,659
    The foregoing appropriations for the state police supplemental pension provided for in IC 10-1-2.6, are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the state general fund an amount not to exceed nine hundred seventy thousand, sixty-one dollars ($970,061) for the fiscal year 1991-92, and not to exceed one million, sixty-eight thousand, eight hundred twenty-nine dollars ($1,068,829) for fiscal year 1992-93, and the balance from revenues accruing to the motor vehicle highway fund.
    If the above appropriations for supplemental pension for any one year are greater than the amount actually required under the provisions of IC 10-1-2.6, then such excess shall be returned proportionately to the funds from which the appropriations were made. If the amount actually required under IC 10-1-2.6 is greater than the above appropriations, then, with the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented.
    BENEFIT FUND
        Total Operating Expense    980,000     980,000
    All benefits that accrue to members shall be paid by warrant drawn on the treasurer of state by the auditor of state on the basis of claims filed and approved by the trustees of the state police pension and benefit funds created by IC 10-1-2.
    The foregoing appropriations for the state police benefit fund are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the state general fund in an amount not to exceed four hundred ninety thousand dollars ($490,000) for the fiscal year 1991-92, and not to exceed four hundred ninety thousand dollars ($490,000) for fiscal year 1992-93, and the balance from revenues accruing to the motor vehicle highway fund. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from the state general fund and the motor vehicle highway fund.
    ENFORCEMENT AID FUND
        Total Operating Expense    175,000     175,000
    The above appropriations to the enforcement aid fund are to meet unforeseen emergencies of a confidential character. They are to be expended under the direction of the superintendent and to be accounted for solely on his certificate.
    The foregoing appropriations for the enforcement aid fund are appropriated from revenues accruing to the state general fund in an amount not to exceed eighty-seven thousand five hundred dollars ($87,500) for fiscal year 1991-92, and not to exceed eighty-seven thousand five hundred dollars ($87,500) for fiscal year 1992-93, and the balance from revenues accruing to the motor vehicle highway fund.
C.    REGULATORY & LICENSING
FOR THE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION
        Personal Services    2,712,019     2,712,020
        Other Operating Expense    991,778     1,031,449
    The amounts expended from the appropriations herein made for the administration of the alcoholic beverage commission and the enforcement of the alcoholic beverage act, as provided for in IC 7.1-4-10-1 and IC 7.1-4-11-1, shall be paid from the enforcement and administration fund. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to said fund.
FOR THE STATE BOARD OF ANIMAL HEA LTH-
    STATE BOARD OF ANIMAL HEA LTH
        Personal Services    1,396,659     1,396,659
        Other Operating Expense    371,918     371,918
    INDEMNITY FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    194,000
FOR THE CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION
        Personal Services    1,159,613     1,159,613
        Other Operating Expense    307,773     209,257
FOR THE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY
        Personal Services    1,334,549     1,334,549
        Other Operating Expense    532,090     532,090
    EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY CONTINGENCY FUND
        Total Operating Expense    250,000     250,000
    EARTHQUAKE PROGRAM MATCH
        Total Operating Expense    25,705     25,705
    DISASTER PREPAREDNESS IMPROVEMENT
    GRANT MATCH
        Total Operating Expense    63,215     63,215
    INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY ASSISTANCE MATCH
        Total Operating Expense    1     1
    PUBLIC ASSISTANCE MATCH
        Total Operating Expense    1     1
    The above appropriations for individual and family assistance and public assistance shall be used to match federal funds made available by the federal emergency management agency. These sums may be augmented with the approval of the governor and the state budget

agency from revenue accruing to the general fund. The above appropriations for the emergency management agency represent the total program cost for civil defense and for emergency medical services for each fiscal year. It is the intent of the general assembly that the emergency management agency apply to the federal emergency management agency for all federal reimbursement funds for which Indiana is eligible. All funds received shall be quietused into the state general fund.
    The above appropriation for the emergency management agency contingency fund is made to the contingency fund pursuant to IC 10-4-1-22. The above appropriation shall be in addition to any unexpended balances in the fund as of June 30, 1991.
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
        Personal Services    3,994,370     3,994,370
        Other Operating Expense    1,237,709     1,144,261
    The foregoing funds are appropriated from revenues accruing to the financial institutions fund, established in IC 28-1-2-34. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to said fund.
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF FIRE AND BUILDING SERVICES
        Personal Services    5,987,318     6,070,637
        Other Operating Expense    1,716,601     1,710,640
    UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS MATCH
        Total Operating Expense    155,627     181,445
    The funds appropriated to the department of fire and building services and the underground storage tanks match are from the fire and building services fund established in IC 22-12-6-1. The above appropriations with the approval of the governor and the state budget agency may be augmented from funds accruing to the fire and building services fund.
FOR THE HEA LTH PROFESSIONS SERVICE BUREAU
        Personal Services    1,463,155     1,463,155
        Other Operating Expense    874,504     873,804
FOR THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION BOARD
        Personal Services    898,401     898,401
        Other Operating Expense    178,080     178,080
    VIOLENT CRIME VICTIM'S COMPENSATION FUND
        Personal Services    220,598     220,598
        Other Operating Expense    1,795,237     1,789,237
    The above appropriation for the violent crime victim's compensation fund are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the violent crime victims compensation fund as provided in IC 16-7-3.6-17. With the approval of the Governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to such fund.
FOR THE WORKERS COMPENSATION SUPPLEMENTAL
    ADMINISTRATIVE FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    1,900,000
    This appropriation is hereby appropriated from revenue accruing to the workers compensation supplemental administrative fund as provided in IC 22-3-5-6. With the approval of the governor and the

state budget agency, this appropriation may be augmented from revenues accruing to the workers compensation supplemental administrative fund.
FOR THE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT
        Personal Services    1,618,264     1,618,264
        Other Operating Expense    487,605     487,605
    EXAMINATIONS
        Personal Services    776,151     776,151
        Other Operating Expense    13,595     13,595
    BAIL BOND DIVISION
        Personal Services    91,753     91,753
        Other Operating Expense    14,410     14,410
    The above funds appropriated to the insurance department bail bond division are to be paid from the bail bond enforcement and administration fund established by IC 27-10-5-1. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from
revenues accruing to said fund.
    PATIENTS' COMPENSATION AUTHORITY
        Personal Services    198,652     198,652
        Other Operating Expense    76,012     76,012
    The foregoing appropriations for the insurance department patients' compensation authority are to be paid from the patients' compensation fund as provided in IC 16-9.5-4-1. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to said fund.
    POLITICAL SUBDIVISION RISK MANAGEMENT
        Personal Services    311,702     311,702
        Other Operating Expense    258,549     258,549
    The foregoing appropriations for the insurance department political subdivision risk management are to be paid from the political subdivision risk management fund as provided in IC 27-1-29-8. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to said fund.
    MINE SUBSIDENCE INSURANCE
        Personal Services    126,185     126,185
        Other Operating Expense    257,599     257,599
    The foregoing appropriations for the insurance department mine subsidence insurance are to be paid from the mine subsidence insurance fund as provided in IC 27-7-9-7. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to said fund.
FOR THE PROFESSIONAL LICENSING AGENCY
        Personal Services    1,561,811     1,561,811
        Other Operating Expense    1,336,163     1,332,413
FOR THE EMBALMERS & FUNERAL DIRECTORS EDUCATION FUND
        Personal Services    500     500
        Other Operating Expense    11,000     11,000
    The above funds appropriated to the embalmers and funeral directors education fund are to be paid from the education fund as

provided in IC 25-15-3. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, these sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to such fund.
FOR THE BUREAU OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        Personal Services    12,592,408     12,592,408
        Other Operating Expense    14,719,565     13,566,782
    LICENSE PLATES
        Total Operating Expense    9,998,087     3,910,746
    ABANDONED VEHICLES
        Total Operating Expense    43,000     43,000
    The sums above appropriated for the operation of the bureau of motor vehicles and for license plates are appropriated from revenues accruing to the motor vehicle highway fund.
    The sums above appropriated for abandoned vehicles are appropriated from the abandoned vehicle fund pursuant to IC 9-9-1.1. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from the motor vehicle highway fund and the abandoned vehicle fund, respectively.
FOR THE UTILITY REGULATORY COMMISSION
        Personal Services    3,839,481     3,839,481
        Other Operating Expense    1,876,247     1,657,412
FOR THE UTILITY CONSUMER COUNSELOR
        Personal Services    1,901,748     1,901,748
        Other Operating Expense    424,541     424,541
EXPERT WITNESS FEES AND AUDIT
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    1,550,000
    The above funds appropriated to the utility regulatory commission, utility consumer counselor and expert witness fees and audits, are to be paid from the utility regulatory fund as provided in IC 8-1-6. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the public utility fund.
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
        Personal Services    836,956     836,956
        Other Operating Expense    156,753     156,753
    BUREAU OF MINES AND MINING
        Personal Services    104,434     104,434
        Other Operating Expense    62,022     62,022
    SAFETY EDUCATION AND TRAINING
        Personal Services    729,990     729,990
        Other Operating Expense    182,125     195,398
    The above funds appropriated to the division of labor safety education and training are to be paid from a special fund for safety and health consultation services created in IC 22-8-1.1. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to said fund.
    OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEA LTH
        Personal Services    1,937,967     1,937,967
        Other Operating Expense    423,393     423,393
    MIS PROGRAM (STATISTICAL)
        Personal Services    283,508     283,508


        Other Operating Expense    65,567     65,567
    INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE
        Personal Services    1,044,891     1,044,891
        Other Operating Expense    223,734     223,734
    The above funds are appropriated to the division of labor safety education and training, the division of labor occupational safety and health and the division of labor MIS (statistical), and the division of industrial hygiene in order to provide the total program cost of the Indiana occupational safety and health plan as approved by the United States Department of Labor, pursuant to the Williams-Steiger Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, as amended. Inasmuch as the state is eligible to receive from the federal government fifty percent (50%) of the state's total Indiana occupational safety and health program cost, it is the intention of the general assembly that the division of labor make application to the federal government for the federal share of the total program cost.
    Any federal funds received by the state for the Indiana occupational safety and health program shall be considered as a reimbursement of state expenditures. Therefore, federal funds received for costs attributable to the division of labor safety education and training appropriations shall be quietused into a special fund for safety and health consultation services, as established in IC 22-8-1.1, and federal funds received for costs attributable to the division of labor occupational safety and health appropriations, division of labor MIS (statistical) appropriations, or the division of industrial hygiene appropriations shall be quietused into the general fund.
    FOR THE INDIANA HORSE RACING COMMISSION
        Personal Services    151,582     151,582
        Other Operating Expense    194,918     194,918
    With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, the foregoing appropriation may be augmented from fees and revenues accruing to the general fund under IC 4-31.

1991-240-5
    SECTION 5. CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENT
    Year     Year
    1991-92     1992-93
CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENT
A.    NATURAL RESOURCES
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES--
    ADMINISTRATION
        Personal Services    2,140,827     2,140,827
        Other Operating Expense    1,328,641     1,328,641
    LEGISLATORS' TREES
        Other Operating Expense    900     900
    ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT PATHOLOGY DIVISION
        Personal Services    515,381     515,381
        Other Operating Expense    83,483     83,483
ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT PATHOLOGY FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    20,000


    The foregoing appropriation for the entomology and plant pathology fund is hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the entomology and plant pathology fund created by IC 14-7-10-4. With the approval of the Governor and the state budget agency, said appropriation may be augmented from revenue accruing to the entomology and plant pathology fund.
    ENGINEERING DIVISION
        Personal Services    1,268,874     1,268,874
        Other Operating Expense    150,625     150,625
    STATE MUSEUM
        Personal Services    1,197,947     1,197,947
        Other Operating Expense    351,496     351,496
    STATE HISTORIC SITES
        Personal Services    1,151,880     1,151,880
        Other Operating Expense    262,585     244,713
    HISTORIC PRESERVATION DIVISION
        Personal Services    193,489     193,489
        Other Operating Expense    79,372     79,372
    OUTDOOR RECREATION DIVISION
        Personal Services    468,915     468,915
        Other Operating Expense    57,149     57,149
    NATURE PRESERVES DIVISION
        Personal Services    324,377     324,377
        Other Operating Expense    66,766     66,766
    WATER DIVISION
        Personal Services    3,946,850     3,946,850
        Other Operating Expense    1,781,310     1,552,867
    All revenues accruing from state and local units of government and from private utilities and industrial concerns as the result of water resources study projects, and as a result of topographic and other mapping projects, shall be quietused into the state general fund, and such receipts are hereby appropriated, in addition to the foregoing amounts, for water resources studies.
    GREAT LAKES COMMISSION
        Other Operating Expense    37,750     39,600
    SOIL CONSERVATION DIVISION -- T by 2000
        Personal Services    1,910,351     1,915,485
        Other Operating Expense    1,975,390     2,018,376
    The foregoing appropriation for the soil conservation division is hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the department of natural resources cigarette tax fund created by IC 6-7-1-29.1.
    OIL AND GAS DIVISION
        Personal Services    674,943     674,943
        Other Operating Expense    237,983     217,382
    GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
        Total Operating Expense    2,360,490     2,360,490
    The foregoing appropriations for the oil and gas division and geological survey of the department of natural resources are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the state general fund in an amount not to exceed two million, three hundred sixty thousand, four hundred ninety dollars ($2,360,490) for fiscal year 1991-92 and two

million, three hundred sixty thousand, four hundred ninety dollars ($2,360,490) for fiscal year 1992-93, and the balance from revenue accruing to the oil and gas fund created by IC 6-8-1. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, the sums may be augmented from revenue accruing to the oil and gas fund.
    STATE PARKS DIVISION
        Personal Services    9,854,836     9,880,624
        Other Operating Expense    3,312,847     3,325,097
    The foregoing appropriations for operating and maintaining the state parks are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the state general fund in an amount not to exceed three million, seven hundred fourteen thousand, fifty dollars ($3,714,050) for fiscal year 1991-92 and three million, seven hundred fourteen thousand, fifty dollars ($3,714,050) for fiscal year 1992-93, and the balance from a fund known as the state parks fund, which shall be credited with all receipts resulting from the operating of the state parks. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, the sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to said division. The department of natural resources may adopt rules and regulations establishing admission fees or service charges, or both, for all state parks and other suitable places for recreation, in accordance with IC 14-6-2-1.
    LAW ENFORCEMENT DIVISION
        Personal Services    8,349,928     8,349,928
        Other Operating Expense    2,853,435     2,947,190
    The foregoing appropriations to the fish and wildlife enforcement division of the department of natural resources are from revenues accruing to the state general fund in an amount not to exceed two million, two hundred eighty-eight thousand, one dollars ($2,288,001) for fiscal year 1991-92 and two million, two hundred eighty-eight thousand, one dollars ($2,288,001) for fiscal year 1992-93, and the balance from revenue accruing to the fish and game protective and propagation fund established by IC 14-3-1-16 and the marine fuel tax fund established by IC 6-6-1.1-802. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, these appropriations may be augmented from revenues accruing to the division.
    FISH AND WILDLIFE DIVISION
        Personal Services    7,456,530     7,462,284
        Other Operating Expense    3,156,010     3,096,036
    The foregoing appropriations to the fish and wildlife division of the department of natural resources are hereby appropriated from revenue accruing to the fish and game protective and propagation fund established by IC 14-3-1-16, and the deer research and management fund established by IC 14-3-16-2 and the marine fuel tax fund established under IC 6-6-1.1-802. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, these appropriations may be augmented from revenues accruing to the division.
    FORESTRY DIVISION
        Personal Services    5,270,805     5,270,805
        Other Operating Expense    1,366,349     1,366,349
    The foregoing appropriations to the forestry division of the department of natural resources are from revenues accruing to the state

general fund in an amount not to exceed one million, seven hundred ninety-eight thousand, three hundred thirteen dollars (1,798,313) for fiscal year 1991-92 and one million, seven hundred ninety-eight thousand, three hundred thirteen dollars (1,798,313) for fiscal year 1992-93, and the balance from revenue accruing to the forestry division created by IC 14-3-1. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, the sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to said division. All money expended by the forestry division of the department of natural resources for the detention and suppression of forest, grassland and wasteland fires, shall be through the enforcement division of the department, and the employment with such money of all personnel, with the exception of emergency labor, shall be in accordance with IC 14-3-4.
    RESERVOIRS DIVISION
        Personal Services    5,244,293     5,244,293
        Other Operating Expense    1,667,479     1,667,479
    The foregoing appropriations to the department of natural resources reservoirs division are from revenues accruing to the state general fund in an amount not to exceed four million, sixty-one thousand, five hundred fifty-six dollars ($4,061,556) for fiscal year 1991-92 and four million, sixty-one thousand, five hundred fifty-six dollars ($4,061,556) for fiscal year 1992-93, and the balance is from revenues accruing to the reservoirs division. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, the above sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the reservoirs division.
    RECLAMATION DIVISION
        Personal Services    781,358     783,712
        Other Operating Expense    197,777     196,882
    The foregoing appropriations to the reclamation division of the department of natural resources are from revenue accruing to the post-1977 abandoned mine reclamation fund as provided in IC 13-4.1-6-8 and the natural resources reclamation division fund, as provided in IC 13-4.1-3-2.
    With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the post-1977 abandoned mine lands fund and the natural resources reclamation division fund, as provided in IC 13-4.1-3-2.
    In addition to any of the foregoing appropriations for the department of natural resources, any federal funds received by the state of Indiana for support of approved outdoor recreation projects for planning, acquisition and development under the provisions of the federal Land and Water Conservation Fund Act, P.L. 88-578, are appropriated for the uses and purposes said funds were paid to the state, and shall be distributed by the department of natural resources to state agencies and other governmental units in accordance with the provisions under which the funds were received.
FOR THE WHITE RIVER PARK COMMISSION
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    100,000
FOR THE WORLD WAR MEMORIAL COMMISSION
        Personal Services    484,423     484,423


        Other Operating Expense    298,492     298,492
    All revenues received as rent for space in the buildings located at 777 North Meridian Street and 700 North Pennsylvania Street, in the city of Indianapolis, which are in excess of the costs of operation and maintenance of the space rented, shall be paid into the state general fund. The American Legion shall provide for the complete maintenance of the interior of these buildings.
FOR THE ST. JOSEPH RIVER BASIN COMMISSION
        Total Operating Expense    49,000     49,000
B.    DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    ADMINISTRATION
        Personal Services    3,996,582     3,996,582
        Other Operating Expense    1,703,039     1,703,039
    LABORATORY CONTRACTS
        Other Operating Expense    3,218,000     3,218,000
    The foregoing appropriations for laboratory contracts are from revenues accruing to the state general fund in an amount not to exceed two million, nine hundred eighteen thousand dollars ($2,918,000) for each fiscal year 1991-92 and 1992-93, and the balance from revenue accruing to the hazardous substance response trust fund created by IC 13-7-8.7.
    POLLUTION PREVENTION DIVISION
        Personal Services    694,590     961,455
        Other Operating Expense    489,219     608,887
    OFFICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSE
        Personal Services    3,069,484     3,069,484
        Other Operating Expense    1,173,104     1,173,104
    SUPERFUND MATCH
        Total Operating Expense    872,000     1,897,000
    CORE SUPERFUND
        Total Operating Expense    5,200     5,200
    UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS
        Total Operating Expense    76,418     76,418
    STATE CLEAN-UP OF HAZARDOUS WASTE SITES
        Total Operating Expense    4,000,000     5,000,000
    The above appropriations for the state share of federal superfund match and for state clean-up of hazardous waste sites are appropriated from revenues accruing to the hazardous substance response trust fund created by IC 13-7-8.7.
    EXCESS LIABILITY
        Personal Services    289,199     289,199
        Other Operating Expense    144,110     84,110
    The above appropriations for excess liability are appropriated from revenues accruing to the excess liability fund created by IC 13-7-20-31. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the excess liability fund.
    SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
        Personal Services    2,238,355     2,238,355
        Other Operating Expense    992,193     992,193
    Of the foregoing appropriation, one million, five hundred eighty thousand, five hundred forty-eight dollars ($1,580,548) is hereby appropriated from the general fund for each of FY 1991-92 and FY 1992-93, and the balance from the environmental management special fund created by IC 13-7-13-2. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund.
    HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT
        Total Operating Expense    2,661,138     2,661,138
    Of the foregoing appropriations, seven hundred twenty-one thousand, one hundred thirty-eight dollars ($721,138) is hereby appropriated from the general fund for each of FY 1991-92 and FY 1992-93, and the balance from the environmental management special fund created by IC 13-7-13-2. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund.
    MIDWEST LOW LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE
    COMMISSION
        Other Operating Expense    10,000     10,000
    OFFICE OF AIR MANAGEMENT
        Total Operating Expense    3,900,182     3,900,182
    Of the foregoing appropriation, two million, one hundred thousand, one hundred eighty-two dollars ($2,100,182) is hereby appropriated from the general fund for each of FY 1991-92 and FY 1992-93, and the balance from the environmental management special fund created by IC 13-7-13-2. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented with revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund.
    The above appropriation for air pollution may be used to match federal air pollution control funds if the state share of the program does not exceed fifty percent (50%) of the total program financed with the above appropriations. Notwithstanding the percentage limitation in the preceding sentence, if the department of environmental management finds that it is in the best interest of the citizens of Indiana, the department of environmental management shall conduct a state program to the extent that the above appropriations will allow, with the approval of the governor and the state budget agency.
    AUTO EMISSIONS TESTING PROGRAM
        Total Operating Expense    2,095,750     2,095,750
    OFFICE OF WATER MANAGEMENT
        Total Operating Expense    4,100,000     5,384,594
    Of the foregoing appropriation, two million, five hundred twenty-four thousand, five hundred ninety-four dollars ($2,524,594) is hereby appropriated from the general fund for each of FY 1991-92 and FY 1992-93, and the balance from the environmental management special fund created by IC 13-7-13-2. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented with revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund.
    The above appropriations may be used to match federal water pollution control funds if the state share of the program does not exceed sixty-seven percent (67%) of the program financed with the

above appropriations. Notwithstanding the percentage limitation in the preceding sentence, if the department of environmental management finds that it is in the best interest of the citizens of Indiana, the department of environmental management shall conduct a state program to the extent that the above appropriations will allow, with the approval of the governor and the state budget agency.
    STATE REVOLVING LOAN FUND - OPERATING
        Total Operating Expense    145,492     145,492
    OHIO RIVER VALLEY WATER SANITATION COMMISSION
        Other Operating Expense    143,844     143,844
    U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY CONTRACTS
        Other Operating Expense    62,890     62,890
    OPERATOR TRAINING
        Total Operating Expense    47,550     47,550
    SAFE DRINKING WATER
        Personal Service Expense    1,399,022     1,399,022
        Other Operating Expense    348,902     348,902
    Of the foregoing appropriation, one million, seven hundred seven thousand, nine hundred twenty-four dollars ($1,707,924) is hereby appropriated from the general fund for each of FY 1991-92 and FY 1992-93, and the balance from the environmental management special fund created by IC 13-7-13-2. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the environmental management special fund.
    GROUND WATER PROGRAM
        Total Operating Expense    192,000     192,000
    GREAT LAKES NATIONAL PROGRAM OFFICE
        Total Operating Expense    7,100     7,100
    Notwithstanding IC 13-7-13-2, a rule may not take effect after the effective date of this act that imposes or increases fees or fines in excess of fifty dollars ($50), the revenues from which would accrue to the environmental management special fund, until approved by the governor and the state budget agency after review by the state budget committee.
FOR THE HAZARDOUS WASTE FACILITY SITE APPROVAL AUTHORITY
        Total Operating Expense    1     1
    The foregoing appropriation is from the environmental management special fund created by IC 13-7-13-2.

1991-240-6
    SECTION 6. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
                            Year     Year
    1991-92     1992-93
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
A.    COMMERCE
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
    ADMINISTRATION
        Personal Services    571,622     571,622
        Other Operating Expense    730,916     730,916
    COMMUNICATIONS


        Personal Services    295,349     295,349
        Other Operating Expense    87,742     87,742
    SYSTEMS INFORMATION
        Personal Services    133,622     133,622
        Other Operating Expense    261,747     261,747
    INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT DIVISION
        Personal Services    666,237     666,237
        Other Operating Expense    266,394     266,394
    TOURISM AND FILM DEVELOPMENT
        Personal Services    598,653     598,653
        Other Operating Expense    159,955     159,955
    TOURISM INFORMATION AND PROMOTION FUND
        Total Operating Expense    300,000     300,000
    INTERNATIONAL TRADE SHOWS
        Total Operating Expense    200,000     200,000
    INTERNATIONAL TRADE
        Personal Services    331,137     331,137
        Other Operating Expense    449,465     449,465
    INTERNATIONAL TRADE/OVERSEA S OFFICES
        Personal Services    990,942     990,942
        Other Operating Expense    137,454     137,454
    COMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
        Personal Services    249,719     249,719
        Other Operating Expense    73,769     73,769
    BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL SERVICES
        Personal Services    413,332     413,332
        Other Operating Expense    78,565     78,565
    RESEARCH
        Personal Services    583,803     583,803
        Other Operating Expense    169,611     169,611
    POPULATION STUDIES CENTER
        Total Operating Expense    150,000     150,000
    OFFICE OF ENERGY POLICY
        Personal Services    197,943     197,943
        Other Operating Expense    21,214     21,214
    SCHOOLS & HOSPITALS
        Total Operating Expense    57,923     57,923
    ENERGY IMPLEMENTATION GRANT
        Total Operating Expense    59,143     58,088
    ENERGY EXTENSION SERVICE
        Total Operating Expense    12,064     12,506
    SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
        CORPORATION
        Total Operating Expense    1,290,000     1,290,000
    ENTERPRISE ZONE FUND
        Total Operating Expense    114,252     114,253
    The foregoing appropriation for the enterprise zone fund of the department of commerce is hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the fund as created by IC 4-4-6.1. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the enterprise zone fund.
    SMALL BUSINESS OMBUDSMAN
        Personal Services    172,176     172,176
        Other Operating Expense    32,309     32,309
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
        Total Operating Expense    350,000     350,000
    MAINSTREET
        Personal Services    152,790     152,790
        Other Operating Expense    75,342     75,342
    INDIANA DEVELOPMENT FINANCE AUTHORITY
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    12,657,713
    LABOR/MANAGEMENT COUNCIL
        Total Operating Expense    400,000     400,000
    BUSINESS MODERNIZATION AND
    TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    10,650,000
    UNIVERSITY BASED BUSINESS ASSISTANCE
        Total Operating Expense    583,500     583,500
    INDUSTRIAL TRAINING FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    16,000,000
    INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT GRANT FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    7,400,000
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    2,000,000
    BUSINESS AND TOURISM PROMOTION FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    7,440,000
    COMMUNITY PROMOTION MATCHING FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    500,000
    BASIC INDUSTRY RETRAINING FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    10,200,000
    PROJECT GUARANTY FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    1,000,000
    SMALL BUSINESS INCUBATOR FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    1,000,000
    INDIANA STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    3,000,000
    LEDO MATCHING GRANT PROGRAM
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    2,000,000
    No allotment of funds appropriated to the business modernization and technology corporation, the industrial training fund, the industrial

development grant fund, the economic development fund, the business and tourism promotion fund, the Indiana development finance authority, the project guaranty fund, the small business incubator fund, the Indiana strategic development fund, and the LEDO matching grant program shall take place until the budget committee has reviewed the sums requested for allotment.
    RECYCLING OPERATING
        Personal Services    79,360     82,413
        Other Operating Expense    43,530     53,530
    RECYCLING PROMOTION AND ASSISTANCE
    PROGRAM
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    3,000,000
    The above appropriations for recycling operating and recycling promotion and assistance are made from the Indiana recycling promotion and assistance fund in accordance with the provisions of IC 4-23-5.5.
    HOUSING FINANCE AUTHORITY--HOUSING TRUST FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    500,000
B.    EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
FOR THE INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING SERVICES
        OFFICE OF OCCUPATIONAL
        DEVELOPMENT-O.I.C.
            Total Operating Expense    200,000     200,000
    The above appropriations for the Indiana department of employment and training services shall be used to carry out the purposes of IC 22-4-40.
        JOB TRAINING PARTNERSHIP ACT
            Total Operating Expense    3,280,000     3,280,000
    EMPLOYMENT SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
            Total Operating Expense    420,000     420,000

1991-240-7
    SECTION 7. TRANSPORTATION
                            Year     Year
    1991-92     1992-93
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
    For the conduct and operation of the department of transportation, the following sums are hereby appropriated for the periods of time herein designated, from the state general fund, the public mass transportation fund, the special railroad fund, the industrial rail service fund, the state highway fund, the motor vehicle highway fund, the distressed road fund, the state highway road construction and improvement fund and the build Indiana fund.
A.    PLANNING & ADMINISTRATION
        Personal Services    777,184     816,043
        Other Operating Expense    235,556     238,718
    Of the funds appropriated for fiscal year 1991-92 two hundred

seventy-one thousand, two hundred sixteen dollars ($271,216) is appropriated from the public mass transportation fund established under IC 8-9.5-6-4; forty thousand, five hundred twenty-seven dollars ($40,527) is appropriated from the industrial rail service fund; one hundred twelve thousand, six hundred eighteen dollars ($112,618) is appropriated from the state general fund; and five hundred eighty-eight thousand, three hundred seventy-nine dollars ($588,379) from the state highway fund.
    Of the funds appropriated above for fiscal year 1992-93, two hundred eighty-four thousand, seven hundred seventy-seven dollars ($284,777) is appropriated from the public mass transportation fund established under IC 8-9.5-6-4; forty-two thousand, five hundred fifty-three dollars ($42,553) is appropriated from the industrial rail service fund; one hundred eighteen thousand, ninety-eight dollars ($118,098) is appropriated from the state general fund; and six hundred nine thousand, three hundred thirty-three dollars ($609,333) is appropriated from the state highway fund.
    The above appropriations may be used to match federal funds available for planning and administration of transportation programs in Indiana. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from the public mass transportation fund, the special railroad fund, the industrial rail service fund, the general fund and the state highway fund.
B.    INTERMODAL OPERATING
        Total Operating Expense    1,038,396     976,401
    Of the funds appropriated above for intermodal operating for the fiscal year 1991-92, two hundred one thousand, eight hundred ninety-two dollars ($201,892) is appropriated from the public mass transportation fund established under IC 8-9.5-6-4; two hundred eighty-six thousand, one hundred twenty-six dollars ($286,126) is appropriated from the industrial rail service fund; and five hundred fifty thousand, three hundred seventy-eight dollars ($550,378) is appropriated from the state general fund.
    Of the funds appropriated above for intermodal operating for the fiscal year 1992-93, one hundred sixty thousand, nine hundred thirty-six dollars ($160,936) is appropriated from the public mass transportation fund established under IC 8-9.5-6-4; two hundred sixty-five thousand, eighty-seven dollars ($265,087) is appropriated from the industrial rail service fund; and five hundred fifty thousand, three hundred seventy-eight dollars ($550,378) is appropriated from the state general fund.
    The above appropriations from the general fund include funds eligible for federal reimbursement for planning and administration of intermodal transportation programs. The department shall promptly apply to the federal government for all eligible costs and shall promptly deposit any reimbursement received into the state general fund.
    The above appropriations, with the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, may be augmented from funds accruing to the public mass transportation fund, the special railroad fund, the industrial rail service fund, and the state general fund for the specific activities of the respective fund or funds.


    HIGH SPEED RAIL DEVELOPMENT FUND
        Total Operating Expense    30,000
    The foregoing appropriation for the high speed rail development fund is appropriated from the industrial rail service fund established by IC 8-3-1.7-2.
    CHICAGO THIRD AIRPORT SITE SELECTION
        Total Operating Expense    200,000     200,000
    PUBLIC MASS TRANSPORTATION
        Matching Funds    17,385,372     18,494,247
    The above appropriations for matching funds are appropriated from the public mass transportation fund.
    The appropriations are to be used solely for the promotion and development of public transportation. The department of transportation shall allocate funds based on a formula approved by the commissioner of the department of transportation.
    The allocations made by the department of transportation must include municipal corporations that received public mass transportation funds in state fiscal year 1986. The department of transportation may not allocate funds to any municipal corporations that did not receive public mass transportation funds in state fiscal year 1986.
    The state funds can be used to match federal funds available under the Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964, as amended (49 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.) or local funds from a requesting municipal corporation (as defined in IC 36-1-2-10).
    Before funds may be disbursed to a municipal corporation, the corporation must submit its request for financial assistance to the department of transportation for approval. Allocations must be approved by the governor and the state budget agency after review by the state budget committee and shall be made on a reimbursement basis. Only applications for capital and operating assistance may be approved. Only those corporations which have met the reporting requirements under IC 8-9.5-6 are eligible for assistance under this appropriation.
    Should the balance in the public mass transportation fund exceed the above appropriations, said excess amount is hereby appropriated to be used by the department of transportation, with the approval of the governor and the state budget agency.
C.    HIGHWAY OPERATING
        Personal Services    147,057,551     157,062,384
        Other Operating Expense    33,987,965     33,639,130
HIGHWAY VEHICLE AND ROAD MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT
        Other Operating Expense    14,550,000     14,550,000
    The above appropriations for highway operating and highway vehicle and road maintenance equipment may be used for personal services, equipment and other operating expense including the cost of transportation for the governor.
HIGHWAY BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    15,283,578
    The above appropriations for highway buildings and grounds may be used for land acquisition, site development, construction and

equipping new highway facilities and for maintenance, repair and rehabilitation on existing state highway facilities.
HIGHWAY PLANNING AND RESEA RCH PROGRAM
        Total Operating Expense    483,548     502,890
D. HIGHWAY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM
HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE WORK PROGRAM
        Other Operating Expense    47,210,005     49,083,771
    The above appropriations for the highway maintenance work program may be used for (1) patching roadways and shoulders, (2) repairing and painting bridges, (3) installing signs and signals and painting roadways for traffic control, (4) mowing, herbicide application and brush control, (5) drainage control, (6) maintenance of rest areas, public roads on properties of the department of natural resources, and driveways on the premises of all state facilities, (7) snow and ice removal, (8) utility costs for roadway lighting, and (9) other special maintenance and support activities consistent with the highway maintenance work program.
HIGHWAY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
    Right of Way    7,610,000     6,980,000
    Formal Contracts    125,953,814     122,583,320
    Consulting Services    18,600,000     19,800,000
    The above appropriations for the capital improvements program may be used for (1) bridge rehabilitation and replacement, (2) road construction, reconstruction or replacement, (3) construction, reconstruction or replacement of travel lanes, intersections, grade separations, rest parks and weigh stations, (4) relocation and modernization of existing roads, (5) resurfacing, (6) erosion and slide control, (7) construction and improvement of railroad grade crossings, (8) small structure replacements, (9) safety and spot improvements and (10) right of way, relocation and engineering and consulting expenses associated with any of the above types of projects. Such uses constitute new highway construction for purposes of IC 4-30-17.
    The foregoing appropriations for highway operating, highway vehicles and road maintenance equipment, highway buildings and grounds, highway planning and research program, highway maintenance work program and highway capital improvements are appropriated from estimated revenues which include:
    (1) Funds distributed to the state highway fund from the motor vehicle highway fund pursuant to IC 8-14-1-3(4).
    (2) Funds distributed to the state highway fund from the highway road and street fund pursuant to IC 8-14-2-3.
    (3) All fees and miscellaneous revenues deposited in or accruing to the state highway fund pursuant to IC 8-23-9-54.
    (4) Any unencumbered funds carried forward in the state highway fund from any previous fiscal year.
    (5) All other funds appropriated or made available to the department by the general assembly.
    If funds from sources set out above for the department exceed appropriations from those sources to the department, said excess amount is hereby appropriated to be used at the discretion of the department with approval of the governor and the state budget agency

for the conduct and operation of the department.
    Should there be a change in statute reducing or increasing revenue for department use, the state budget agency shall notify the auditor of state to adjust the above appropriations to reflect the estimated increase or decrease. Upon the request of the department, the state budget agency, with the approval of the governor, may allot any increase in appropriations to the department.
    If the department of transportation finds that an emergency exists or that an appropriation will be insufficient to cover expenses incurred in the normal operation of the department, the state budget agency may, upon request of the department, and approval of the governor, transfer funds from revenue sources set out above from one appropriation to the deficient appropriation. No appropriation from the state highway fund may be used to fund any toll road or toll bridge project except as specifically provided for under IC 8-15-2-20.
STATE HIGHWAY ROAD CONSTRUCTION AND IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
    Right of Way    4,300,000     3,900,000
    Formal Contracts    12,470,000     4,508,000
    Consulting Services    250,000     250,000
    Lease Rental Payments    9,880,000     18,642,000
    The above appropriations for the state highway road construction and improvement program are appropriated from the state highway road construction and improvement fund provided in IC 8-14-10-5 and may include any unencumbered funds carried forward from any previous fiscal year. The funds may be used for (1) road and bridge construction, reconstruction or replacement, (2) construction, reconstruction or replacement of travel lanes, intersections and grade separations, (3) relocation and modernization of existing roads, (4) right of way, relocation and engineering and consulting expenses associated with any of the above types of projects, and (5) payment of rentals and leases relating to projects under IC 8-14.
    The above appropriations, with the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, may be augmented from funds accruing to the state highway road construction and improvement fund.
FEDERAL APPORTIONMENT
    Right of Way    10,400,000     10,400,000
    Formal Contracts    336,100,000     346,100,000
    Consulting Engineers    7,000,000     7,000,000
    Highway Planning and
        Research    1,004,497     1,044,677
    Local Government Revolving
        Account    54,000,000     54,000,000
    The department may establish an account to be known as the "local government revolving account". The account is to be used to administer the federal-local highway construction program. All contracts issued and all funds received for federal-local projects under this program shall be entered into this account.
    If the federal apportionments for the fiscal years covered by this act exceed the above estimated appropriations for the department or for local governments, the excess federal apportionment is hereby

appropriated for use by the department with the approval of the governor and the state budget agency.
    The department shall bill the federal government for all department payments that are eligible for total or partial reimbursement in a timely manner.
    The department may let contracts and enter into agreements for construction and preliminary engineering during each year of the 1991-93 biennium which obligate no more than one third (1/3) of the amount of state funds estimated by the department to be available for appropriation in the following year for formal contracts and consulting engineers for the capital improvements program.
    Pursuant to IC 8-23-5-7(a), the department, with the approval of the governor, may construct and maintain roadside parks and highways where said highways will connect any state highway now existing, or hereafter constructed, with any state park, state forest preserve, state game preserve, or the grounds of any state institution. There is appropriated to the department of transportation an amount sufficient to carry out the provisions of this paragraph. Pursuant to IC 8-23-5-7(d) such appropriations shall be made from the motor vehicle highway fund before distribution to local units of government.
E.    OFFICE OF TRAFFIC SAFETY
FOR THE OFFICE OF TRAFFIC SAFETY
        Personal Services    475,499     475,499
        Other Operating Expense    3,619,026     3,563,580
    The above appropriations to the office of traffic safety are from the motor vehicle highway fund. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, these appropriations may be augmented from revenues accruing to the fund.
    DRUG AND ALCOHOL COUNTERMEASURES
        Total Operating Expense    350,000     350,000
    The above appropriations for the drug and alcohol countermeasures fund are appropriated from revenues accruing to the drug and alcohol countermeasures fund as provided in IC 9-6-2-9. With approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to said fund.
    HIGHWAY SAFETY PLAN
        Total Operating Expense    2,500,000     2,500,000
    The above appropriations for the highway safety plan are from the motor vehicle highway fund, and may be used only to fund traffic safety projects which are included in a current highway safety plan approved by the governor and the state budget agency. The department shall apply to the national highway traffic safety administration for reimbursement of all eligible project costs. Any federal reimbursement received by the department for the highway safety plan shall be quietused into the motor vehicle highway fund.
F.    LOCAL TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND RESEARCH
    Pursuant to IC 8-14-1-3(6), there is appropriated to the department of transportation an amount sufficient for: (1) the program of technical assistance under IC 8-23-2-5(6); and (2) the program of research and extension conducted for local government under IC 8-17-7-4. The department shall develop an annual program of work for research and

extension, in cooperation with those units being served, listing the types of research and educational programs to be undertaken. The commissioner of the department of transportation may make a grant under this appropriation to the institution or agency selected to conduct the annual work program. Pursuant to IC 8-14-1-3(6), appropriations for the program of technical assistance and for the program of research and extension shall be taken from the local share of the motor vehicle highway fund.
    Pursuant to IC 8-14-1-3(7) there is hereby appropriated such sums as are necessary to maintain a sufficient working balance in accounts established to match federal and local money for highway projects. These funds are appropriated from the following sources in the proportion specified: (1) one-half (1/2) from the forty-seven percent (47%) set aside of the motor vehicle highway account under IC 8-14-1-3(7) and (2) for counties and for those cities and towns with a population greater than five thousand (5,000), (2) one-half (1/2) from the distressed road fund under IC 8-14-8-2.

1991-240-8
    SECTION 8. HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
                            Year     Year
    1991-92     1992-93
HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
A.    MENTAL HEALTH
FOR EVANSVILLE PSYCHIATRIC CHILDREN'S
    CENTER
        Personal Services    1,751,066     1,751,066
        Other Operating Expense    168,985     168,985
FOR CENTRAL STATE HOSPITAL
        Personal Services    20,286,629     20,286,629
        Other Operating Expense    2,522,556     2,522,556
FOR EVANSVILLE STATE HOSPITAL
        Personal Services    15,755,931     15,755,931
        Other Operating Expense    2,099,448     2,099,448
FOR MADISON STATE HOSPITAL
    Personal Services    15,989,649     15,989,649
    Other Operating Expense    2,481,784     2,481,784
FOR LOGANSPORT STATE HOSPITAL
        Personal Services    22,815,456     22,815,456
        Other Operating Expense    2,709,341     2,709,341
FOR RICHMOND STATE HOSPITAL
        Personal Services    18,018,303     18,018,303
        Other Operating Expense    2,835,300     2,835,300
FOR LARUE D. CARTER MEMORIAL
    HOSPITAL
        Personal Services    10,770,879     10,770,879
        Other Operating Expense    1,889,015     1,889,015
FOR NEW CASTLE STATE
    DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
        Personal Services    13,043,067     13,043,067
        Other Operating Expense    1,961,788     1,961,788


FOR FORT WAYNE STATE
    DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
        Personal Services    30,614,593     30,614,593
        Other Operating Expense    3,810,596     3,810,596
FOR MUSCATATUCK STATE
    DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
        Personal Services    31,867,272     31,867,272
        Other Operating Expense    3,583,478     3,583,478
FOR NORTHERN INDIANA STATE
    DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
        Personal Services    4,844,129     4,844,129
        Other Operating Expense    732,968     732,968
    TOTAL APPROPRIATION TO THE
        DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEA LTH
        FOR INSTITUTIONS    210,552,233     210,552,233
    The foregoing appropriations for the department of mental health institutions are from revenues accruing to the state general fund in the following amounts: for fiscal year 1991-92, one hundred forty-four million, three hundred eighty-four thousand, forty dollars ($144,384,040); for fiscal year 1992-1993, one hundred forty-three million, one hundred nine thousand, seven hundred ninety-four dollars ($143,109,794); and the balance from revenues accruing to the mental health fund established by IC 16-14-18.1.
    Sixty-six percent (66%) of the revenues accruing to the above named state mental health institutions pursuant to IC 12-1-7-14.9 through IC 12-1-7-28.2 shall be deposited in the mental health fund established pursuant to IC 16-14-18.1, and thirty-four percent (34%) of the revenues accruing to the above named institutions pursuant to IC 12-1-7-14.9 through IC 12-1-7-28.2 shall be deposited in the state general fund.
    For fiscal year 1991-92 in addition to the above appropriations each institution may qualify for an additional appropriation, or allotment, subject to approval of the governor and the state budget agency, from the mental health fund of up to twenty per cent (20%) but not to exceed fifty thousand dollars ($50,000), of the amount in which actual net collections exceed the following amount: for the Evansville Children's Center--nine hundred eighty-two thousand, seven hundred dollars ($982,700), for Central State Hospital--two million, two hundred seven thousand, forty dollars ($2,207,040), for Evansville State Hospital--two million, five hundred fifty-five thousand, nine hundred sixteen dollars ($2,555,916), for Madison State Hospital--four million, seven hundred ninety-one thousand, six hundred eighty-eight dollars ($4,791,688), for Logansport State Hospital--three million, six hundred sixty-nine thousand, six hundred dollars ($3,669,600), for Richmond State Hospital--one million, two hundred sixty-eight thousand, three hundred dollars ($1,268,300), for Larue D. Carter Memorial Hospital--two million, three hundred seventy thousand, eight hundred ninety-six dollars ($2,370,896), for New Castle State Developmental Center--twelve million, four hundred twenty-two thousand, six hundred forty dollars ($12,422,640), for Fort Wayne State Developmental Center--twenty-nine million, seven hundred eighty thousand, three

hundred dollars ($29,780,300), for Muscatatuck State Developmental Center--twenty-two million, six hundred thirteen thousand, four hundred twenty-six dollars ($22,613,426), and for Northern Indiana State Developmental Center--three million, seven hundred eighteen thousand, four hundred dollars ($3,718,400). For fiscal year 1992-93 in addition to the above appropriations each institution may qualify for an additional appropriation, or allotment, subject to approval of the governor and the state budget agency, from the mental health fund of up to twenty per cent (20%) but not to exceed fifty thousand dollars ($50,000), of the amount in which actual net collections exceed the following amount: for the Evansville Children's Center--one million, seventeen thousand, six hundred seven dollars ($1,017,607), for Central State Hospital--two million, two hundred seventy-four thousand, one hundred thirteen dollars ($2,274,113), for Evansville State Hospital--two million, six hundred seventy thousand, four hundred seventy-two dollars ($2,670,472), for Madison State Hospital--five million, twenty-six thousand, four hundred seventy-five dollars ($5,026,475), for Logansport State Hospital--three million, nine hundred ten thousand, one hundred four dollars ($3,910,104), for Richmond State Hospital--one million, four hundred fifty-nine thousand, three hundred seventy dollars ($1,459,370), for Larue D. Carter Memorial Hospital--two million, five hundred twenty-two thousand, four hundred ninety-one dollars ($2,522,491), for New Castle State Developmental Center--twelve million, eight hundred fifty-six thousand, two hundred sixty dollars ($12,856,260) for Fort Wayne State Developmental Center--thirty-four million, two hundred sixty-nine thousand, six hundred five dollars ($34,269,605), for Muscatatuck State Development Center--twenty-nine million, two hundred eight thousand, four hundred seventeen dollars ($29,208,417) and for Northern Indiana State Developmental Center--three million, eight hundred thirty-six thousand, two hundred thirty-two dollars ($3,836,232).
FOR THE STATE BUDGET AGENCY
    MENTAL HEA LTH INSTITUTIONAL CONTINGENCY
    FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    6,000,000
    The above mental health institutional contingency fund shall be allotted upon the recommendation of the state budget agency with approval of the governor. This appropriation shall be used to supplement individual hospital and state developmental center budgets.
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEA LTH
        Personal Services    3,717,084     3,717,084
        Other Operating Expense    913,985     913,985
    COMMUNITY RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES COUNCIL
        Personal Services    98,120     98,120
        Other Operating Expense    17,467     17,467
    DEPORTATION OF MENTAL PATIENTS
        Other Operating Expense    7,275     7,275
    PATIENT PAYROLL
        Total Operating Expense    320,000     320,000


    COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY MENTAL HEA LTH          CENTERS, INCLUDING THE
        NORTHWEST INDIANA PSYCHIATRIC
        EVALUATION CENTER
        Total Operating Expense    52,371,619     52,371,619
    The foregoing appropriations for the department of mental health comprehensive community mental health centers, including the northwest Indiana psychiatric evaluation center, are from revenues accruing to the state general fund in the following amounts: for fiscal year 1991-92, forty-seven million, nine hundred twenty-six thousand, six hundred nineteen dollars ($47,926,619); for fiscal year 1992-93, forty-seven million, nine hundred twenty-six thousand, six hundred nineteen dollars ($47,926,619); and the balance from revenues accruing to the mental health center fund as established by IC 6-7-1. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, these sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to the mental health centers fund. The comprehensive community mental health centers, including the northwest Indiana psychiatric evaluation center, shall submit their proposed annual budgets (including income and operating statements) to the state budget agency on or before August 1st of each year. All federal funds shall be applied in augmentation of the foregoing funds rather than in lieu of any portion of said funds.
    COMMUNITY MENTAL ILLNESS CLINICS
        Other Operating Expense    194,353     194,353
    The above appropriations to the department of mental health community mental illness clinics may be augmented, with the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, from funds accruing to the Indiana department of human services social services block grant-purchase of social services contingency fund pursuant to IC 4-28-6 for the purpose of reimbursing the foregoing appropriations for expenditures made therefrom which qualify for participation in the social services block grant purchase of social services program.
    WORK PROGRAM FOR THE CHRONICALLY
    MENTALLY ILL
        Other Operating Expense    373,448     373,448
    EPILEPSY CLINIC
        Other Operating Expense    267,430     267,430
    COMMUNITY MENTAL RETARDATION AND
        DEVELOPMENTAL CENTERS DAY PROGRAMS
        Other Operating Expense    26,739,140     27,139,140
    Of the above appropriations to the department of mental health, community mental retardation and developmental centers for day programs, not less than ninety percent (90%) shall be authorized for disbursement only on a unit purchase of services basis. Before any contract is prepared obligating fiscal year 1991-92 appropriations, the department of mental health must submit a listing of services to be purchased and the rates for such services for review and approval by the state budget agency. After state budget agency review and approval, the department shall notify each local agency of the services that have been authorized for purchase and shall limit all subsequent contracts to the services as authorized.
    SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT
        Other Operating Expense    2,117,498     2,117,498
    DIAGNOSIS AND EVALUATION
        Other Operating Expense    465,394     465,394
    The above appropriations to the department of mental health community mental retardation and developmental centers for diagnosis and evaluation shall be used primarily for individuals receiving residential services, and applicants for residential services who are in need of these services.
    EARLY CHILDHOOD INTERVENTION SERVICES
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    194,000
    RESIDENTIAL SERVICES FOR THE MENTALLY ILL
        Other Operating Expense    21,012,500     21,012,500
    The department of mental health must assure that consideration be given to the care and placement of emotionally disturbed children when allocating the above appropriations for residential services for mentally ill persons.
    RESIDENTIAL SERVICES FOR DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED PERSONS
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    26,073,436
    In the development of new community residential settings for developmentally disabled persons, the department of mental health must give priority to the appropriate placement of such persons who are eligible for Medicaid and currently residing in intermediate care or skilled nursing facilities and, to the extent permitted by law, such persons who reside with aged parents or guardians or families in crisis.
    These appropriations to the department of mental health community mental retardation and developmental disability centers may be augmented, with the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, from funds accruing to the Indiana department of human services social services block grant-purchase of social services contingency fund pursuant to IC 4-28-6 for the purpose of reimbursing the appropriations for expenditures made from it which qualify for participation in the social services block grant-purchase of social services program.
    FAMILY SUBSIDY PROGRAM
        Other Operating Expense    502,350     502,350
    RESIDENTIAL SERVICES--CASE MANAGEMENT
        Personal Services    1,930,383     1,930,383
        Other Operating Expense    277,451     277,451
    EPILEPSY PROGRAM
        Total Operating Expense    220,631     220,631
    DIVISION OF ADDICTION SERVICES--
        ADMINISTRATION
        Personal Services    250,990     250,990
        Other Operating Expense    58,996     58,996
    ADDICTION SERVICES ADVISORY COUNCIL
        Personal Services    132,290     132,290
        Other Operating Expense    2,838,223     2,838,223
    The above appropriations for the addiction services advisory council are from revenue accruing to the addiction services fund authorized pursuant to IC 16-13-6.1-3.5.
    ALCOHOL AND DRUG SERVICES COURT
    REMISSIONS
        Total Operating Expense    296,795     286,996
    The above appropriations to alcohol and drug services court remissions are from revenues accruing to the court remission fund pursuant to IC 16-13-6.1-31. However, if the receipts are less than the appropriation, the division shall not spend more than collected.
    EDUCATION AND TRAINING
        Total Operating Expense    261,988     261,988
    PSYCHIATRIC RESEA RCH INSTITUTE
        Other Operating Expense    224,980     224,980
B.    PUBLIC HEA LTH
FOR THE STATE BOARD OF HEA LTH
        Personal Services    15,061,603     15,061,603
        Other Operating Expense    5,433,044     5,429,459
    All receipts to the state board of health from licenses or permit fees shall be quietused into the state general fund.
    FORENSIC SCIENCE
        Personal Services    82,691     82,691
    MOTOR FUEL INSPECTION PROGRAM
        Total Operating Expense    148,580     139,349
    The above appropriation for the motor fuel inspection program shall be paid from receipts accruing to the motor fuel inspection fund created by HEA 1288 of the 1991 session of the general assembly. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from receipts accruing to said fund.
    MILK INSPECTION
        Personal Services    505,300     505,300
        Other Operating Expense    67,370     67,370
    MEAT AND POULTRY INSPECTION
        Total Operating Expense    1,579,155     1,579,155
    MEDICARE-MEDICAID CERTIFICATION
        Total Operating Expense    2,931,445     2,986,861
    NEWBORN SCREENING PROGRAM
        Personal Services    270,969     236,169
        Other Operating Expense    480,550     523,550
    The above appropriations for the newborn screening program of the board of health are hereby appropriated from revenues accruing to the newborn screening fund as created by IC 16-8-6-9. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenue accruing to said fund.
    BIRTH PROBLEMS REGISTRY
        Personal Services    79,224     79,224
        Other Operating Expense    1,750     1,750
    The above appropriations for the birth problems registry shall be paid from receipts to the birth problems registry fund created by IC 16-4-10-16. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenue accruing to said

fund.
    NURSING REGISTRY PROGRAM
        Personal Services    20,147     20,147
        Other Operating Expense    6,200     0
    The above appropriations for the nursing registry program shall be paid from receipts to the nursing registry fund created by IC 16-1-46-9. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from receipts accruing to said fund.
    ADOPTION HISTORY
        Total Operating Expense    59,281     59,281
    The above appropriations for adoption history shall be paid from receipts to the adoption history fund created by IC 31-3-4. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to said fund.
    RADON GAS TRUST FUND
        Personal Services    12,606     30,255
        Other Operating Expense    5,942     10,300
    The above appropriation for the radon gas trust fund shall be paid from receipts to the radon gas trust fund created by IC 13-1-14-9. With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, said sums may be augmented from receipts accruing to said fund.
    STATE CHRONIC DISEA SES
        Personal Services    81,098     81,098
        Other Operating Expense    1,152,095     1,152,095
    At least eighty-two thousand, five hundred sixty dollars ($82,560) of the above appropriations shall be for grants to community groups and organizations as provided in IC 16-2-5-8.
    HEA LTH PLANNING DEVELOPMENT
        Personal Services    778,332     778,332
        Other Operating Expense    19,722     19,722
    CHILD CARE FACILITIES
        Personal Services    339,949     339,949
        Other Operating Expense    42,178     42,178
    CANCER REGISTRY
        Personal Services    125,568     125,568
        Other Operating Expense    7,078     7,078
    TRAUMATIC INJURY REGISTRY
        Total Operating Expense    4,750     4,750
    AIDS EDUCATION
        Personal Services    566,743     566,743
        Other Operating Expense    132,331     132,331
    The above appropriation is made pursuant to the provisions of P.L. 123-1988.
    WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN SUPPLEMENT
        Total Operating Expense    190,000     190,000
    This appropriation is made in lieu of the appropriation provided for this purpose in IC 6-7-1-30.2. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, this appropriation may be augmented from receipts accruing to the women, infants and children penalties fund created by IC 16-2-2.5.
    MATERNAL AND CHILD HEA LTH (MCH) SERVICES

SUPPLEMENT
        Total Operating Expense    190,000     190,000
    This appropriation is made in lieu of the appropriation provided for this purpose in IC 6-7-1-30.2.
    CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL HEA LTH CARE NEEDS
        Total Operating Expense    7,469,665     7,469,665
    LOCAL HEA LTH MAINTENANCE FUND
        Total Operating Expense    2,350,000     2,350,000
    This appropriation is made in lieu of the appropriation provided for this purpose in IC 6-7-1-30.2.
    INDIANA MEDICAL AND NURSING GRANT FUND
        Total Operating Expense    268,983     393,984
    The above appropriations from the Indiana medical and nursing grant fund are hereby appropriated from revenue accruing to the Indiana medical and nursing grant fund as created by IC 16-3-6-6. With the approval of the Governor and the state budget agency, said funds may be augmented from revenue accruing to said fund.
    COMMISSION ON STATE HEA LTH POLICY
        Total Operating Expense    24,750     0
FOR THE SILVERCREST CHILDREN'S DEVELOPMENT CENTER
        Personal Services    4,517,014     4,517,014
        Other Operating Expense    467,892     467,892
FOR THE INDIANA SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND
        Personal Services    6,803,876     6,803,876
        Other Operating Expense    758,596     758,596
FOR THE INDIANA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
        Personal Services    11,010,259     11,010,259
        Other Operating Expense    1,195,735     1,195,735
FOR THE INDIANA VETERANS' HOME
        Personal Services    13,879,914     13,879,914
        Other Operating Expense    3,169,688     3,169,688
    The state board of health shall reimburse the general fund four million, nine hundred fifty thousand dollars ($4,950,000) for fiscal year 1991-92; and four million, nine hundred fifty thousand dollars ($4,950,000) for fiscal year 1992-93 from the veterans' home comfort and welfare fund established by IC 10-6-1-9.
FOR THE SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' CHILDREN'S HOME
        Personal Services    5,935,781     5,935,781
        Other Operating Expense    1,016,168     1,016,168
FOR THE STATE BUDGET AGENCY
    SPECIAL INSTITUTIONS CONTINGENCY FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for The Biennium    1
    The above special institutions contingency fund shall be allotted upon the recommendation of the state budget agency with approval of the governor.
FOR THE AUDITOR OF STATE
    AID TO COUNTY TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITALS
        Other Operating Expense    75,000     75,000
    These funds shall be used for eligible expenses according to IC 16-11-8-1 for tuberculosis patients for whom there are no other

sources of reimbursement including patient resources, health insurance, medical assistance payments, and hospital care for the indigent.
C.    PUBLIC ASSISTANCE
FOR THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE
        Personal Services    11,670,957     11,670,957
        Other Operating Expense    3,974,063     3,974,063
    PERSONAL SERVICE REIMBURSEMENT TO COUNTIES INCLUDING PERF, HEA LTH INSURANCE, AND LIFE INSURANCE
        Total Operating Expense    34,357,580     34,338,525
    STATE WELFARE FUND--COUNTY ADMINISTRATION
        Total Operating Expense    29,388,589     33,410,851
    Without the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, the amount of federal administrative allowance transferred to the state welfare fund--county administration shall not exceed fifty-two million, six hundred fifty-four thousand, five hundred fifty-three dollars ($52,654,553) in fiscal year 1991-92 and sixty-four million, three hundred seven thousand, one hundred thirty-one dollars ($64,307,131) in fiscal year 1992-93.
    The above appropriations to the state department of public welfare state welfare fund--county administration may be augmented, with the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, from funds accruing to the Indiana department of human services social services block grant purchase of social services contingency fund pursuant to IC 4-28-6 for the purpose of reimbursing the foregoing appropriations for expenditures made therefrom which qualify for participation in the social services block grant purchase of social services program.
    The above appropriations for the state welfare fund are from revenue accruing to the fund authorized pursuant to IC 12-1-11.1. These sums may be augmented, with the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, from revenues accruing to said fund.
    MEDICAID--ASSISTANCE
        Total Operating Expense    703,763,480     791,387,723
    MEDICAID--ADMINISTRATION
        Total Operating Expense    4,281,232     3,881,232
    ASSISTANCE TO PERSONS IN COUNTY HOMES
        Total Operating Expense    2,998,782     2,998,782
    The foregoing appropriation for assistance to persons in county homes are made pursuant to IC 12-1-5.5.
    ROOM AND BOARD ASSISTANCE
        Total Operating Expense    3,916,000     3,916,000
    The foregoing appropriations for room and board assistance are made pursuant to IC 12-1-5.5.
    PUBLIC ASSISTANCE (AFDC)
        Total Operating Expense    59,119,302     59,947,095
    IMPACT PROGRAM (FOOD STAMPS RECIPIENTS)
        Total Operating Expense    5,149,639     5,732,559
    IMPACT (JOBS) PROGRAM (AFDC RECIPIENTS)
        Total Operating Expense    7,574,405     9,677,376
    SPECIAL NEEDS ADOPTION
        Personal Services    442,064     442,065


        Other Operating Expense    61,360     61,360
    CHILD ABUSE
        Total Operating Expense    59,000     59,000
    FOSTER CARE
        Total Operating Expense    968,000     968,000
     TITLE IV-B CHILD WELFARE
        Total Operating Expense    634,966     618,794
    NON-RECURRING ADOPTION ASSISTANCE
        Total Operating Expense    100,000     100,000
    ADOPTION ASSISTANCE
        Total Operating Expense    486,813     535,684
    ADOPTION OPPORTUNITIES
        Total Operating Expense    50,000     50,000
    The foregoing appropriations for Title IV-B child welfare, non-recurring adoption assistance, adoption assistance, and adoption opportunities represent the maximum state match for Title IV-B.
    TITLE IV-D OF THE FEDERAL SOCIAL SECURITY ACT (STATE MATCH)
        Total Operating Expense    3,377,562     3,951,059
    The foregoing appropriations for the state department of public welfare Title IV-D of the federal Social Security Act are made pursuant to, and not in addition to, IC 12-1-6.1-20.
    SUPPLEMENTAL INCOME PROGRAM (SSI),
        BURIALS AND CERTIFICATION OF MEDICAID ELIGIBILITY
        Total Operating Expense    2,750,000     2,750,000
    EYE TREATMENT PROGRAM
        Total Operating Expense    1,200,000     1,200,000
    BURIAL REIMBURSEMENT - AFDC
        Total Operating Expense    82,000     82,000
    The foregoing appropriations for Medicaid assistance and for Medicaid administration, for public assistance (AFDC) and burials and for the IMPACT (JOBS) program, are for the purpose of enabling the department of public welfare to carry out all services as provided in IC 12-1. In addition to the above appropriations, all money received from the federal government and paid into the state treasury as a grant or allowance is appropriated and shall be expended by the state department of public welfare for the respective purposes for which such money was allocated and paid to this state. If the sums herein appropriated for medicaid assistance and for medicaid administration, public assistance, and for the IMPACT (JOBS) work programs, are insufficient to enable the department of public welfare to meet its obligations, then there is appropriated from the state general fund such further sums as may be necessary for such purpose subject to the approval of the governor and the state budget agency.
FOR THE STATE BUDGET AGENCY
    MEDICAL SERVICE PAYMENTS
        Total Operating Expense    15,000,000     15,000,000
    These appropriations for medical service payments are made to pay for medical services for committed individuals and patients of institutions under the jurisdiction of the department of correction, the state board of health, or the department of mental health if the services

are provided outside these institutions. These appropriations may not be used for payments for medical services that are covered by IC 12-5-7 unless these services have been approved by that chapter. These appropriations shall not be used for payment for medical services which are payable from an appropriation in this act for the state board of health, the department of mental health, or the department of correction, or that are reimbursable from funds for medical assistance under IC 12-1-7. If these appropriations to the state budget agency are insufficient to make these medical service payments, there are hereby appropriated such further sums as may be necessary.
    Direct disbursements from the above contingency fund are not subject to the provisions of IC 4-3.4.
D.    SOCIAL SERVICES
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
    AGING SERVICES
        Total Operating Expense    355,412     355,412
    OLDER HOOSIERS ACT
        Total Operating Expense    1,909,847     1,909,847
    The above appropriations for the Older Hoosiers Act include funds for the community and home options to institutional care for the elderly and disabled program of IC 4-28-6.1.
    ADULT GUARDIANSHIP SERVICES
        Personal Services    30,962     30,962
        Other Operating Expense    69,523     68,402
    ADULT PROTECTION SERVICES
        Total Operating Expense    558,000     558,000
    C.H.O.I.C.E. (In-Home Services)
        Total Operating Expense    750,000     750,000
FOR THE STATE BUDGET AGENCY
    HOME CARE CONTINGENCY FUND (CHOICE)
        Total Operating Expense    20,500,000     20,500,000
    The department of human services shall conduct an annual evaluation of the cost effectiveness of providing home care. Before January of each year, beginning January 1, 1991, the department shall submit a report to the state budget committee, the state budget agency, and the legislative council that covers all aspects of the department's evaluation and such other information pertaining thereto as may be requested by the state budget committee, the state budget agency, or the legislative council, including the following: the number and demographic characteristics of the recipients of home care during the preceding fiscal year; the total cost and per recipient cost of providing home care services during the preceding fiscal year; the number of recipients of home care services who would have been placed in long term care facilities had they not received home care services; and the total cost savings during the preceding fiscal year realized by the state due to recipients of home care services being diverted from long term care facilities. Notwithstanding IC 4-13-2-19, the money appropriated for in home care (CHOICE) in P.L. 357-1989(ss) does not revert to the state general fund at the end of the state fiscal year ending June 30, 1991, but remains available to the budget agency to be used for in home care during the biennium.


    VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES DIVISION
        Personal Services    2,185,245     2,185,348
        Other Operating Expense    7,769,352     8,396,507
    EMPLOYEE TRAINING
        Total Operating Expense    3,780     3,780
    OFFICE OF SERVICES FOR THE BLIND AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED
        Personal Services    155,084     155,084
        Other Operating Expense    113,694     113,694
    OFFICE OF DEAF AND HEA RING IMPAIRED
        Personal Services    188,908     188,908
        Other Operating Expense    111,092     103,826
    AID TO INDEPENDENT LIVING
        Total Operating Expense    22,222     22,222
    BLIND VENDING OPERATIONS
        Total Operating Expense    119,220     118,372
    PROJECT SAFE PLACE
        Total Operating Expense    125,000     125,000
    CHEESE COMMODITIES
        Total Operating Expense    146,000     144,242
    AIDS COUNSELING
        Total Operating Expense    100,000     100,000
    MIGRANT VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION
        Total Operating Expense    9,537     9,537
    SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT-
        PURCHASE OF SOCIAL SERVICES CONTINGENCY FUND
            Total Operating Expense
                for the Biennium    34,690,608
    It is the intent of the general assembly that the above appropriated funds, combined with federal social services block grant funds, be used in the following manner during the biennium:
    Department of Human Services
        for in-home services:    10,741,979     10,738,355
    Department of Human Services
        for other than in-home
            services:    18,583,891     18,546,409
    Board of Health:    120,325     120,284
    Department of Mental
        Health:    31,117,850     31,107,833
    Department of Correction:    4,657,297     4,655,727
    Department of Public
        Welfare:    14,909,823     14,904,794
    In the event that additional federal dollars become available, the governor and the state budget agency may augment the total dollars allocated to any agency. In the event that fewer dollars become available, the governor and the state budget agency may reduce the total dollars allocated to any agency. The above appropriations for the Indiana department of human services include funds for child abuse prevention programs.
    These appropriations for the Indiana department of human services social services block grant purchase of social services

contingency fund shall be used for continuing a supplement of purchase of social services contracts in accordance with the purposes of IC 4-28-6.
    Seventy-five percent (75%) of the social services block grant allocation for the department of mental health may be allotted to local agencies subject to the review of each local agency's budget by the state budget agency. This review must include a detailed statement of revenue available to the local agency, including social services block grant funds, and a statement of estimated expenditures per program. Furthermore, the department of mental health shall establish a uniform reporting system for agencies funded by this appropriation and shall make that information available to the state budget agency no later than September 30 of each fiscal year.
    YOUTH SERVICE BUREAU FUND
        Other Operating Expense    325,000     325,000
    The executive director of the Indiana department of human services shall establish standards for youth service bureaus. Any youth service bureau which is not an agency of a unit of local government or is not registered with the Indiana secretary of state as a not-for-profit corporation shall not be funded. The Indiana department of human services shall fund all youth service bureaus that meet the standards as established June 30, 1983.
    STEP AHEA D
        Total Operating Expense    3,500,000     3,500,000
FOR THE INTERDEPARTMENTAL BOARD FOR THE
    COORDINATION OF HUMAN SERVICE PROGRAMS
        Total Operating Expense    162,094     161,813
    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND
    TREATMENT PROGRAM
        Total Operating Expense    871,098     871,098
    The above appropriations for domestic violence shall be paid from receipts to the domestic violence prevention and treatment fund created by IC 4-23-17.5; provided that if revenues accruing to said fund are greater than the appropriations, the appropriations for grants only may be augmented to the limit of revenues with the approval of the governor and the state budget agency.
    CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION
        Total Operating Expense    241,000     241,000
    The above appropriations for child abuse prevention shall be paid from receipts to the child abuse prevention fund created by IC 31-6-12; provided that if revenues accruing to said fund are greater than the appropriations, the appropriations for grants only may be augmented to the limit of revenues with the approval of the governor and the state budget agency.
        SCHOOL AGE CHILD CARE PROJECT FUND
        Total Operating Expense    550,000     550,000
E.    VETERANS' AFFAIRS
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS
        Personal Services    277,785     277,785
        Other Operating Expense    54,324     54,324
    VIETNAM VETERANS' BONUS PROGRAM


        Total Operating Expense    50,000     0
FOR THE DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS OF
    WORLD WARS
        Other Operating Expense    40,000     40,000
FOR THE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS
        Other Operating Expense    30,000     30,000
FOR THE AMERICAN VETERANS OF
    WORLD WAR II, KOREA AND VIETNAM
        Other Operating Expense    30,000     30,000

1991-240-9
    SECTION 9. EDUCATION
                            Year     Year
    1991-92     1992-93
EDUCATION
A.    HIGHER EDUCATION
FOR INDIANA UNIVERSITY--
    BLOOMINGTON CAMPUS
        Total Operating Expense    149,939,859     146,717,910
        Fee Replacement    11,936,280     12,334,575
FOR INDIANA UNIVERSITY--
    REGIONAL CAMPUSES
    EAST
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    3,758,760     3,702,219
        Fee Replacement
            Allocation    465,962     527,952
    KOKOMO
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    6,580,885     6,474,632
        Fee Replacement
            Allocation    777,481     880,914
    NORTHWEST
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    12,248,708     12,309,792
        Fee Replacement
            Allocation    1,338,588     1,516,668
    SOUTH BEND
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    14,087,786     13,810,829
        Fee Replacement
            Allocation    1,810,039     2,050,839
    SOUTHEAST
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    10,246,596     10,223,949
        Fee Replacement
            Allocation    1,615,265     1,830,153
    TOTAL APPROPRIATION--
        Regional Campuses    52,930,070     53,327,947
    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. Indiana University shall maintain current operations at all statewide medical education sites for the 1991-92 academic year. On or before November 1, 1991, the Indiana University school of medicine shall submit to the state budget committee a report covering the future of Indiana's statewide medical education system. Before the plan may be implemented, the plan must be approved by the state budget agency after the review and recommendation of the state budget committee.
FOR INDIANA UNIVERSITY-PURDUE UNIVERSITY AT
    INDIANAPOLIS (IUPUI)
    HEALTH DIVISIONS
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    78,187,959     77,776,978
        Fee Replacement
            Allocation    2,450,979     2,661,018
    GENERAL ACADEMIC DIVISIONS
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    57,740,094     59,820,295
        Fee Replacement
            Allocation    9,524,889     10,341,132
    TOTAL APPROPRIATION--
        IUPUI    147,903,921     150,599,423
FOR INDIANA UNIVERSITY--
    CHEMICAL TEST TRAINING
        Total Operating Expense    536,243     536,243
    INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
        Total Operating Expense    2,072,604     2,072,604
FOR INDIANA UNIVERSITY--PURDUE UNIVERSITY AT FORT WAYNE
        Total Operating Expense    22,373,208     22,065,710
        Fee Replacement    4,109,433     3,914,673
    The boards of trustees of the two institutions may designate one of the institutions as fiscal agent to receive and expend the funds hereby appropriated along with fees, receipts and other funds belonging to the separate institutions and derived from or received in connection with the Fort Wayne regional campus.
FOR PURDUE UNIVERSITY--WEST LAFAYETTE CAMPUS
        Total Operating Expense    181,403,662     178,418,037
        Fee Replacement    17,735,325     17,708,588
FOR PURDUE UNIVERSITY-REGIONAL CAMPUSES
    CALUMET
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    17,926,211     17,579,386
        Fee Replacement
            Allocation    1,567,071     1,395,621
    NORTH CENTRAL
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    6,080,638     5,962,883
        Fee Replacement Allocation    320,778     322,548


    TOTAL APPROPRIATION--
        Regional Campuses    25,894,698     25,260,438
    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--
    COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AGENTS
        Total Operating Expenses    3,562,740     3,562,740
    ANIMAL DISEA SE DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY SYSTEM
        Total Operating Expense    2,366,818     2,366,818
    The above appropriations shall be used to fund the animal disease diagnostic laboratory system (ADDL) which consists of the main ADDL at West Lafayette, the bangs disease testing service at West Lafayette, and the southern branch of ADDL (SIPAC) in DuBois County. The above appropriations are in addition to any user charges which may be established and collected pursuant to IC 15-2.1-5-5.
    AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION
        Total Operating Expense    2,679,152     2,639,152
    AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION/RESEARCH
        Total Operating Expense    3,000,000     3,000,000
    STATEWIDE TECHNOLOGY
        Total Operating Expense    3,910,217     3,866,534
    NORTH CENTRAL-VALPO NURSING PARTNERSHIP
        Total Operating Expense    85,227     85,227
    CROP PRODUCTION DIAGNOSTIC RESEA RCH CENTER
        Total Operating Expense    55,061     55,061
FOR INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
        Total Operating Expense    64,334,728     63,476,558
        Fee Replacement    5,050,106     5,039,694
    Institute on Recycling
        Total Operating Expense    62,200     62,200
FOR UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN INDIANA
        Total Operating Expense    14,326,100     14,082,227
        Fee Replacement    1,508,694     1,465,469
FOR BALL STATE UNIVERSITY
        Total Operating Expense    98,197,652     96,815,707
        Fee Replacement    7,728,229     7,723,666
    Academy for Science, Mathematics, and Humanities
        Total Operating Expense    3,139,572     3,145,722
FOR INDIANA VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE
        Total Operating Expense    55,468,871     55,715,871
        Fee Replacement    5,801,908     5,568,704
FOR VINCENNES UNIVERSITY
        Total Operating Expense    22,569,598     22,140,948
        Fee Replacement    2,530,752     2,533,379
FOR THE HIGHER EDUCATION TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEM
        Total Operating Expense    5,214,798     5,214,798
    The sums herein appropriated to Indiana University, Purdue University, Indiana State University, University of Southern Indiana,

Ball State University, Vincennes University, and Indiana Vocational Technical College, are in addition to all income of said institutions respectively from all permanent fees and endowments, and from all land grants, fees, earnings and receipts (including gifts, grants, bequests and devises, and receipts from any miscellaneous sales) from whatever source derived.
    All such income and all such fees, earnings and receipts on hand June 30, 1991, and all such income and fees, earnings and receipts accruing thereafter are hereby appropriated to the boards of trustees of the aforementioned institutions and may be expended for any necessary expenses of the respective institutions, including university hospitals, schools of medicine, nurses' training school, school of dentistry, agricultural extension and experimental station. Provided, that such income, fees, earnings and receipts may be used for land and structures only if approved by the governor and the state budget agency.
    The foregoing appropriations and allocations for fee replacement are for replacement of student fees deducted during the 1991-93 biennium to cover bond or lease-purchase principal, interest and other obligations of debt costs of facility construction and acquisition for those projects authorized by the general assembly. These fee replacement appropriations and allocations shall be allotted by the state budget agency after receipt of verification of payment of such debt cost expense.
    The foregoing appropriations to Indiana University, Purdue University, Indiana State University, University of Southern Indiana, Ball State University, Vincennes University and Indiana Vocational Technical College include the employers' share of social security payments for university employees under the state public employees' retirement fund, or institutions covered by the state teachers' retirement fund. The funds appropriated also include funding for the employers' share of payments to the state public employees' retirement fund and to the state teachers' retirement fund at the rate of eight percent (8.0%) for both fiscal years, for all of each institution's employees covered by these retirement plans.
    The treasurers of Indiana University, Purdue University, Indiana State University, University of Southern Indiana, Ball State University, Vincennes University and Indiana Vocational Technical College shall, at the end of each three-month period, prepare and file with the auditor of state, a financial statement which shall show in total all revenues received from any source, together with a consolidated statement of disbursements for the same period, said statement to be in such form and such detail as directed by the state budget director.
    Said reports of the treasurer also shall contain in such form and in such detail as the governor and the state budget agency may specify, complete information concerning receipts from all sources, together with any contracts, agreements, or arrangements with any federal agency, private foundation, corporation or other entity from which such receipts accrue.
    All such treasurers' reports shall be matters of public record, and shall include without limitation, a record of the purposes of any and all gifts and trusts with the sole exception of the names of those donors

who request to remain anonymous.
    Notwithstanding the provisions of IC 4-10-11, the auditor of state shall draw warrants to the treasurers of Indiana University, Purdue University, Indiana State University, University of Southern Indiana, Ball State University and Indiana Vocational Technical College on the basis of vouchers stating the total amount claimed against each fund and/or account, but not to exceed the legally made appropriations. The operating money may be claimed on the basis of twelve (12) equal installments to be claimed monthly starting in July and ending in June of each fiscal year after allotment by the state budget agency.
    Notwithstanding the provisions of IC 4-12-1-14, for universities and colleges supported in whole or in part by state funds, grant applications and lists of applications need only be submitted upon request to the state budget agency for review and approval or disapproval and, unless disapproved by the state budget agency, federal grant funds may be requested and spent without approval by the state budget agency. Each institution shall retain the applications for a reasonable period of time and submit a list of all grant applications, at least monthly, to the commission for higher education for informational purposes.
    For all university special appropriations, a detailed itemization of intended expenditures, in such form as the governor and the state budget agency may specify, shall be submitted to support the allotment request. All budget requests for university special appropriations shall be furnished in a like manner and as a part of the operating budgets of the state universities.
    The trustees of Indiana University, the trustees of Purdue University, the trustees of Indiana State University, the trustees of University of Southern Indiana, the trustees of Ball State University, the trustees of Vincennes University, and the trustees of Indiana Vocational Technical College are hereby authorized to accept federal grants, subject to IC 4-12-1.
    Fee replacement funds are to be distributed as requested by each institution, on payment due dates, subject to available appropriations.
    Before January 1, 1992, the commission for higher education shall make recommendations to the budget committee as to the appropriate manner in which to adjust the base budgets of state-supported universities for the 1993-95 biennium to reflect enrollment changes.
FOR THE MEDICAL EDUCATION BOARD--
    FAMILY PRACTICE RESIDENCY FUND
        Total Operating Expense    1,334,203     1,334,203
    MEDICAL EDUCATION--INTERN RESIDENCY PROGRAM
        Total Operating Expense    1     1
FOR THE COMMISSION FOR HIGHER EDUCATION
        Total Operating Expense    1,233,714     1,233,714
    INDIANA COLLEGE PLACEMENT ASSESSMENT CENTER
        Total Operating Expense    788,484     788,484
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION
    ANIMAL DISEA SE AND DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY
        LEASE RENTAL
        Total Operating Expense    385,398     1,080,135
FOR THE STATE BUDGET AGENCY


    UNIVERSITY LIBRARY AUTOMATION PROJECT
        Total Operating Expense    150,000     150,000
    ENDOWMENT FOR TEACHING EXCELLENCE
        Total Operating Expense    100,000     500,000
    PROGRAM START-UP FUND
        Total Operating Expense
            for the Biennium    3,879,563
    Allocations and transfers of this appropriation shall be made for masters of business administration programs at Indiana University-Kokomo and Indiana University-Southeast, for the urban teachers program at Indiana University-Northwest, and for the associate degree nursing program to the respective institutions' operation accounts by the auditor of state, with the approval of the state budget agency, after review by the state budget committee of program recommendations made by the commission for higher education.
FOR THE STATE STUDENT ASSISTANCE COMMISSION
        Total Operating Expense    654,833     592,034
    DISTRIBUTION:
        Freedom of Choice Grants    14,059,907     14,451,621
        Higher Education Award
            Program    34,724,753     35,692,196
        Hoosier Scholar Program    420,000     420,000
        Nursing Scholarship
            Program    400,000     400,000
    For the higher education awards and freedom of choice grants made for the 1991-93 biennium, the following guidelines shall be used, notwithstanding current administrative rule or practice:
    (1) Financial Need: For purposes of these awards, financial need shall be limited to actual undergraduate tuition and fees for the prior academic year as established by the commission.
    (2) Maximum Award: The maximum award shall not exceed the lesser of:
        (a) Actual prior academic year undergraduate tuition and fees, or
        (b) The sum of the highest prior academic year undergraduate tuition and fees at any public institution of higher education and the lowest appropriation per full-time equivalent (FTE) undergraduate student at any public institution of higher education.
    (3) Minimum Award: No actual award shall be less than two hundred dollars ($200.00).
    (4) Award Size: A student's maximum award shall be reduced once:
        (a) For dependent students, by the expected contribution from parents based upon information submitted on the financial aid form (FAF).
        (b) For independent students, by the expected contribution derived from the projected student aid index from information submitted on the financial aid form (FAF).
    (5) Pro-Rata Adjustment: If the dollar amounts of eligible awards exceed appropriations, all awards will be adjusted on

a pro-rata basis.
    For the hoosier scholar program for the 1991-93 biennium, each award shall not exceed five hundred dollars ($500.00) and shall be made available for one year only. Receipt of this award shall not reduce any other award received under any state-funded student assistance program.
    MINORITY TEACHER SCHOLARSHIP FUND
        Other Operating Expense    2,500     2,500
        Distribution    383,173     383,173
    COLLEGE WORK STUDY PROGRAM
        Personal Services    32,099     32,099
        Other Operating Expense    13,910     13,910
        Distribution    667,099     667,099
    CONTRACT FOR INSTRUCTIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
    IN SOUTHEASTERN INDIANA
        Total Operating Expense    511,600     511,600
    Working in consultation with the commission for higher education, the commission shall develop and execute contracts with selected Ohio and Kentucky postsecondary educational institutions to provide discounted tuition for students from the following southeastern Indiana counties: Dearborn, Switzerland, Ohio, Ripley, Franklin, and Jefferson. The commission shall enter into contracts which offset out-of-state fees paid by Indiana residents up to a maximum benefit of one thousand nine hundred dollars ($1,900) per full-time equivalent student. The commission shall further revise its rules to ensure that Indiana students attending the selected institutions are treated as in-state students for purposes of the higher education award program.
B.    ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF
EDUCATION--ADMINISTRATION/SERVICES
    SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE
        SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE
            Personal Services    523,999     523,999
            Other Operating
                Expense    1,235,088     1,235,088
        RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
            Total Operating Expense    399,866     399,866
        PUBLIC TELEVISION DISTRIBUTION
            Total Operating Expense    590,000     590,000
    These appropriations for public television shall be divided equally among the eight (8) Indiana public education television stations.
    DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE
        DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE
            Personal Services    365,925     365,925
            Other Operating Expense    168,126     168,126
        RILEY HOSPITAL
            Total Operating Expense    30,000     30,000
    ADMINISTRATION/FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
        CENTER FOR ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCIAL


        MANAGEMENT
            Personal Services    1,554,132     1,554,132
            Other Operating Expense    710,956     710,956
        SCHOOL TRAFFIC SAFETY
            Personal Services    177,445     177,445
            Other Operating Expense    30,436     30,436
    The foregoing appropriations for school traffic safety are from the motor vehicle highway fund, and include the appropriation provided in IC 20-9.1. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to said fund.
    SCHOOL ASSESSMENT
        CENTER FOR SCHOOL ASSESSMENT
            Personal Services    304,440     304,440
            Other Operating Expense    76,339     76,339
        ACCREDITATION SYSTEM
            Personal Services    416,596     416,596
            Other Operating Expense    533,454     533,454
    COMMUNITY RELATIONS AND SPECIAL
    POPULATIONS
        CENTER FOR COMMUNITY RELATIONS
            AND SPECIAL POPULATIONS
            Personal Services    211,893     211,893
            Other Operating Expense    61,313     61,313
        SPECIAL EDUCATION (S-5)
            Personal Services    4,000     4,000
            Other Operating
                Expense    5,497,320     5,497,320
    The foregoing appropriations for transfer tuition special education are made pursuant to IC 20-1-6-19.
        PROJECT SET
            Other Operating Expense    91,065     91,065
        GED-ON-TV PROGRAM
            Other Operating Expense    270,000     270,000
        SPECIAL EDUCATION EXCISE
            Personal Services    359,685     359,685
            Other Operating Expense    11,877     11,877
    The foregoing appropriations for special education are from alcoholic beverage excise tax funds, and include the appropriation provided in IC 20-1-6-10. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from revenues accruing to said fund.
    SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT AND PERFORMANCE
        CENTER FOR SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT AND PERFORMANCE
            Personal Services    1,363,071     1,363,071
            Other Operating
                Expense    1,386,820     1,386,820
        VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
            Personal Services    1,010,835     1,010,835
            Other Operating Expense    230,630     230,630
        ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM
            Personal Services    19,400     19,400
            Other Operating Expense    528,650     528,650
        TECHNOLOGY PREPARATION
            Total Operating Expense    1     1
        GEOGRAPHY EDUCATION TRAINING
            Personal Services    1,000     1,000
            Other Operating Expense    48,990     48,990
        STUDENT SERVICES SUMMER INSTITUTE
            Total Operating Expense    36,618     36,618
        ACADEMIC COMPETITION
            Total Operating Expense    70,090     70,090
    PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
        CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
            Personal Services    587,405     587,405
            Other Operating Expense    86,447     86,447
        PRINCIPAL LEADERSHIP ACADEMY
            Personal Services    223,313     223,313
            Other Operating Expense    262,157     262,157
        JAPANESE/CHINESE INITIATIVES
            Personal Services    2,500     2,500
            Other Operating Expense    234,000     234,000
        BEGINNING TEACHER INTERNSHIP
            Personal Services    223,385     223,386
            Other Operating Expense    1,519,667     1,519,667
    Each mentor teacher is entitled to a maximum annual stipend of six hundred dollars ($600.00) to be paid from the foregoing appropriations.
        EVALUATION OF SCHOOL PERSONNEL
            Personal Services    67,149     67,150
            Other Operating Expense    124,370     124,370
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION--LOCAL SCHOOL FUNDING
    SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE
        EDUCATIONAL SERVICE CENTERS
            Total Operating Expense    1,925,664     1,925,664
    No appropriation made for an education service center shall be distributed to the administering school corporation of the center unless each participating school corporation of the center contracts to pay to the center at least two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50) per student for fiscal year 1991-92 based on the school corporation's ADM count as reported for school aid distribution in the fall of 1990, and at least two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50) per student for fiscal year 1992-93, based on the school corporation's ADM count as reported for school aid distribution beginning in the fall of 1991. Prior to notification of education service centers of the formula and components of the formula for distributing funds for Education Service Centers, review and approval of the formula and components must be made by the state budget agency.
    ADMINISTRATION/FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
        TRANSFER TUITION I (STATE EMPLOYEES'
    CHILDREN)
            Total Operating Expense    250,000     250,000
    The foregoing appropriations for transfer tuition (state employees' children) are made pursuant to IC 20-8.1-6.1-6.
        TRANSFER TUITION II (MENTAL HEA LTH)
            Total Operating Expense    1,590,000     1,590,000
    The foregoing appropriations for transfer tuition II (mental health) are made pursuant to IC 20-8.1-6.1-5.
        DISTRESSED SCHOOLS DISTRIBUTION
            Total Operating Expense    50,000     50,000
        TEACHERS' SOCIAL SECURITY DISTRIBUTION
            Total Operating
                Expense    172,000,000     172,000,000
    For 1991 each school corporation is entitled to reimbursement under IC 5-10.1-6. For 1992 and thereafter, each school corporation's distribution for social security reimbursement is equal to the amount of the school corporation's obligation for the employer contribution of Social Security taxes for eligible certified personnel during the period from July 1, 1990, through June 30, 1991.
        DISTRIBUTION FOR TUITION SUPPORT
            Other Operating
                Expense    1,871,200,000     1,843,800,000
    The foregoing appropriations for distribution for tuition support are to be distributed for tuition support, special education programs, vocational education programs and at-risk programs in accordance with a statute enacted for this purpose during the 1991 Session of the General Assembly and represents a consolidation of prior separate distributions for tuition support, and educational opportunity at-risk.
    The appropriation each state fiscal year includes the appropriation of ten million dollars ($10,000,000) provided by IC 6-3-7-3. Of the appropriation, the following amounts are appropriated from the state general fund: one billion, one hundred nine million, eight hundred twenty-one thousand, three hundred fifty dollars ($1,109,821,350) for fiscal year 1991-92 and one billion, one hundred one million, one hundred twenty-one thousand, three hundred fifty dollars ($1,101,121,350) for fiscal year 1992-93. The following amounts are appropriated from the property tax replacement fund created by IC 6-1.1-21: seven hundred sixty-one million, three hundred seventy-eight thousand, six hundred fifty dollars ($761,378,650) for fiscal year 1991-92, and seven hundred forty-two million, six hundred seventy-eight thousand, six hundred fifty dollars ($742,678,650) for fiscal year 1992-93. If the above appropriations for distribution for tuition support are more than are required under this SECTION, one-half (1/2) of any excess shall revert to the general fund, and one-half (1/2) of any excess shall revert to the property tax replacement fund.
        DISTRIBUTION FOR SUPPLEMENTAL
            TUITION SUPPORT
                Other Operating
                Expense    48,300,000     131,000,000
    The foregoing distribution for supplemental tuition support shall be made from the supplemental tuition support account in the general fund and, to the extent the amounts in such account are insufficient therefor, from the counter-cyclical revenue and economic stabilization fund.
    From the foregoing appropriations for supplemental tuition support, there shall be distributed to each school corporation one hundred five dollars ($105) per average daily membership (as defined in IC 21-3-1.6-1.1) in calendar year 1992 and one hundred eighty dollars ($180) per average daily membership in calendar year 1993. A school corporation's supplemental tuition support shall be reduced if the school corporation's special, vocational, and at-risk grants have been reduced to zero (0) under IC 21-3-1.8-5. The reduction equals the lesser of the school corporation's supplemental tuition support distribution or the remainder of:
        (1) the amount determined in IC 21-3-1.7-8 multiplied by negative one (-1); minus
        (2) the sum of the school corporation's special education grant, vocational education grant and at-risk grant, as determined under IC 21-3-1.8 before the adjustment required by IC 21-3-1.8-5.
This paragraph expires January 1, 1994.
    Such amounts shall be used by each school corporation according to the following order of priority:
        (1) To pay any unavoidable increases in utility, insurance, and supply costs.
        (2) To preserve the school corporation's program offerings, including regular, special, and vocational education programs, extra-curricular programs (such as music, drama, band, art and athletics), and any other statutory programs offered by the school corporation during the 1990-1991 school year.
        (3) To avoid unnecessary layoffs of school corporation employees.
        (4) To provide salary adjustments to school corporation employees.
    In the event that the State Board of Accounts determines that such amounts have not been applied in accordance with the foregoing priorities by a school corporation, the school corporation shall promptly repay the amount determined to be misapplied and such amount shall be quietused in the general fund. This paragraph expires July 1, 1996.
    The above appropriations for tuition support and for supplemental tuition support shall be made each calendar year under a schedule set by the state budget agency and approved by the governor, provided that the schedule shall provide for at least twelve (12) payments, that one payment shall be made at least every forty (40) days, and that the aggregate of such payments in

each calendar year shall equal the amount required under the statute enacted for this purpose referred to above.
    It is the intent of the 1991 general assembly that the above appropriations for tuition support and for supplemental tuition support shall be the total allowable expenditure for such distributions. In the event the total amount appropriated under this act is insufficient to pay the amount determined for distribution to each school corporation for the remainder of the calendar year beginning in each state fiscal year, then the amount to be distributed to each school corporation for the calendar year ending in the particular state fiscal year shall be reduced by the state board of finance. The reduction shall be made in the remaining monthly distributions during the state fiscal year.
        DISTRIBUTION FOR TRANSPORTATION
            Total Operating
                Expense    33,500,000     33,500,000
    The distributions for transportation shall be made to each local school corporation in accordance with IC 21-3-3.1 and any pertinent rules.
        ADA FLAT GRANT DISTRIBUTION
            Total Operating
                Expense    34,084,037     34,084,037
    Distribution to local school corporations shall be based on average daily attendance. The foregoing appropriations for the ADA flat grant distribution account include for each fiscal year the appropriation of the common school fund interest balance. The remainder of the above appropriations are provided from the state general fund.
        DISTRIBUTION FOR SUMMER SCHOOL
            Other Operating
                Expense    14,860,000     14,860,000
    It is the intent of the 1991 general assembly that the above appropriations for summer school shall be the total allowable expenditure for such program. Therefore, if the expected disbursements are anticipated to exceed the total appropriation for that state fiscal year, then the department of education shall reduce the distributions proportionately.
        ADULT EDUCATION DISTRIBUTION
            Total Operating
                Expense    11,550,000     11,550,000
    It is the intent of the 1991 general assembly that the above appropriations for adult education shall be the total allowable expenditure for such program. Therefore, if the expected disbursements are anticipated to exceed the total appropriation for a state fiscal year, the department of education shall reduce the distributions proportionately.
        NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM
            Total Operating
                Expense    5,133,194     5,133,194
        MARION COUNTY DESEGREGATION COURT ORDER
            Total Operating


                Expense    15,100,000     15,100,000
    The foregoing appropriations for court ordered desegregation costs are made pursuant to the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana, No. IP 68-C-225-S. If the sums herein appropriated are insufficient to enable the state to meet its obligations, then there are hereby appropriated from the state general fund such further sums as may be necessary for such purpose.
        TEXTBOOK REIMBURSEMENT
            Personal Services    42,393     42,394
            Other Operating
                Expense    7,521,659     7,521,659
        TRANSPORTATION FOR SPECIAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
            Total Operating Expense    7,570,000     7,570,000
    The distribution of these appropriations shall be made in accordance with IC 21-3-3.1.
    SCHOOL ASSESSMENT
        TESTING/REMEDIATION
            Other Operating
                Expense    14,472,920     14,472,920
    Prior to notification of local school corporations of the formula and components of the formula for distributing funds for summer ISTEP remediation, review and approval of the formula and components must be made by the state budget agency.
    PERFORMANCE BASED AWARDS
            Personal Service    65,000     65,000
            Other Operating
                Expense    4,935,000     4,935,000
    The foregoing appropriations shall be distributed after review by the state budget committee and approval of the state budget agency.
    COMMUNITY RELATIONS AND SPECIAL POPULATIONS
        EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY--AT RISK
            Personal Services    69,377     69,377
            Other Operating
                Expense    10,015,000     15,000
    The foregoing appropriations shall be distributed after review by the state budget committee and approval of the state budget agency.
    SPECIAL EDUCATION PRESCHOOL
        Total Operating Expense    4,621,178     9,242,356
    The above appropriation shall be distributed to guarantee a minimum of two thousand, seven hundred fifty dollars ($2,750) per child enrolled in special education preschool programs from state and local sources in school corporations which levy a one cent ($0.01) per hundred tax rate for this purpose. It is the intent of the 1991 general assembly that the above appropriations for special education preschool shall be the total allowable expenditure for such program. Therefore, if the expected disbursements are anticipated to exceed the total appropriation for

that state fiscal year, then the department of education shall reduce the distributions proportionately.
    SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT AND PERFORMANCE
        GIFTED AND TALENTED EDUCATION PROGRAM
            Personal Services    211,741     211,741
            Other Operating
                Expense    5,692,000     5,692,000
        DISTRIBUTION FOR ADULT VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
            Total Operating Expense    250,000     250,000
    The distribution for adult vocational education programs shall be made in accordance with the state plan for vocational education.
        PRIMETIME
            Personal Services    184,128     184,128
            Other Operating
                Expense    78,758,100     78,758,100
        COMPUTER LEARNING AND TRAINING
            Personal Services    235,275     235,275
            Other Operating
                Expense    1,422,410     1,422,410
        INNOVATIVE SCHOOL IMPROVEMENTS (21ST
        CENTURY)
            Personal Services    76,321     76,321
            Other Operating Expense    773,805     773,805
    Expenditures for this program shall be made only with the approval of both the governor and the superintendent of public instruction.
    Notwithstanding the provisions of IC 20-10.1-22-2 and IC 20-10.1-26-2(b), appropriations for research and development and innovative school improvement do revert at the end of the fiscal year.
        DRUG FREE SCHOOLS
            Total Operating Expense    103,667     104,795
        EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM AND          FUND (INCLUDING 4R'S TECHNOLOGY GRANT          PROGRAM)
            Total Operating Expense    4,000,000     4,000,000
    At least $1,500,000 of the foregoing appropriations shall be allocated to the buddy system during each fiscal year. In making grants under this program and from this fund, the department shall give consideration to a variety of educational technologies and to enhancing educational productivity. Expenditures from this fund shall be made only with the approval of the governor and superintendent of public instruction.
C.    OTHER LOCAL SCHOOL FUNDING
FOR THE STATE TEACHERS' RETIREMENT FUND
        Pension Fund
            Contributions    156,400,000     156,400,000
    The foregoing appropriations include $30,000,000 in each of fiscal years 1991-92 and 1992-93 from the amounts allocated to teachers' pensions under IC 4-30-16-3, notwithstanding the

provisions thereof.
        Post Retirement Pension
            Increases    43,600,000     43,000,000
    The appropriations for post retirement pension increases are made for those benefits and adjustments provided in IC 21-6.1-6.
D.    OTHER EDUCATION
FOR THE EDUCATION EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS BOARD
        Personal Services    690,851     640,851
        Other Operating Expense    108,354     108,354
FOR THE STATE TEACHERS' RETIREMENT FUND--
    ADMINISTRATION
        Personal Services    805,847     806,564
        Other Operating Expense    1,061,796     1,056,796
    The amounts above appropriated are to be paid from the investment earnings of the Indiana state teachers' retirement fund. With the approval of the governor and the state budget agency, said sums may be augmented from the investment earnings.
FOR THE OFFICE OF WORKFORCE LITERACY
        Total Operating Expense    246,099     246,099
FOR THE COMMISSION ON VOCATIONAL AND
        TECHNICAL EDUCATION--
        ADMINISTRATION
        Personal Services    392,445     392,445
        Other Operating Expense    71,931     71,931
    SINGLE PARENT AND HOMEMAKER/EQUITY
        ADMINISTRATION
        Personal Services    25,114     25,114
        Other Operating Expense    5,433     5,433
    VOCATIONAL EDUCATION EQUIPMENT
    REPLACEMENT ALLOCATION
        Distribution    1,500,000     1,500,000
    Transfer appropriations shall be made to the respective institution's operating accounts by the Auditor of State based on the allocations specified below:
    INDIANA UNIVERSITY-REGIONAL CAMPUSES
        KOKOMO
            Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    21,212     21,212
        NORTHWEST
            Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    26,564     26,564
        INDIANA UNIVERSITY-PURDUE UNIVERSITY
            AT INDIANAPOLIS (IUPUI)
            Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    45,298     45,298
        INDIANA UNIVERSITY-PURDUE UNIVERSITY
            AT FORT WAYNE
            Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    33,206     33,206
    PURDUE UNIVERSITY
        LAFAYETTE CAMPUS


            Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    48,867     48,867
        CALUMET
            Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    29,042     29,042
        NORTH CENTRAL
            Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    27,952     27,952
    BALL STATE UNIVERSITY
            Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    15,564     15,564
    VINCENNES UNIVERSITY
            Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    147,195     147,195
    INDIANA VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE
            Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    1,105,100     1,105,100
FOR THE AUDITOR OF STATE
    DISTRIBUTION TO PUBLIC LIBRARIES
            Other Operating Expense    607,936     607,936
    The foregoing appropriations for distribution to public libraries shall be distributed among the public libraries of the State of Indiana pursuant to IC 4-23-7. However, a public library district that does not provide for the issuance of library cards free of charge or for a fee to all individuals who reside in the county in which that public library district is located shall not be considered an eligible public library district in determining the amounts to be distributed under IC 4-23-7 and is not entitled to a distribution under IC 4-23-7.
FOR THE STATE LIBRARY
            Personal Services    1,846,660     1,846,660
            Other Operating Expense    553,913     553,913
    AREA LIBRARY SERVICES AUTHORITIES
            Total Operating Expense    1,599,750     1,599,750
    COOPERATIVE LIBRARY SERVICES AUTHORITY
            Total Operating Expense    809,098     809,098
    MACHINE LENDING AGENCY
            Personal Services    47,836     47,836
            Other Operating Expense    7,626     7,626
    ACADEMY OF SCIENCE
            Total Operating Expense    8,811     8,811
FOR THE ARTS COMMISSION
            Personal Services    273,239     273,239
            Other Operating
                Expense    2,476,466     2,476,466
FOR THE HISTORICAL BUREAU
            Personal Services    269,764     269,764
            Other Operating Expense    57,808     57,808
    JUNIOR HISTORICAL SOCIETY
            Total Operating Expense    18,687     18,687
    BICENTENNIAL COMMISSION
            Other Operating Expense    22,905     
FOR THE COMMISSION ON PROPRIETARY EDUCATION
            Personal Services    305,702     305,702
            Other Operating Expense    99,490     99,490

1991-240-10
    SECTION 10. The following allocations of federal funds available for vocational education under the Carl D. Perkins Vocational Education Act (20 U.S.C. 2301 et seq.) are made under IC 20-1-18.3-15. These funds shall be received by the Commission on Vocational and Technical Education and distributed to the following agencies in accordance with the allocations specified below:
    1991-92     1992-93
FOR THE COMMISSION FOR HIGHER EDUCATION:
    INDIANA UNIVERSITY-REGIONAL CAMPUSES
        KOKOMO
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    70,474     70,474
        NORTHWEST
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    103,208     103,208
        INDIANA UNIVERSITY-PURDUE UNIVERSITY
            AT INDIANAPOLIS (IUPUI)
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    140,178     140,178
        INDIANA UNIVERSITY-PURDUE UNIVERSITY
            AT FORT WAYNE
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    146,339     146,339
    PURDUE UNIVERSITY
        LAFAYETTE CAMPUS
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    194,092     194,092
        CALUMET
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    114,376     114,376
        NORTH CENTRAL
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    131,705     131,705
    BALL STATE UNIVERSITY
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    57,766     57,766
    VINCENNES UNIVERSITY
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    558,785     558,785
    INDIANA VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE -
        REGIONAL CAMPUSES
        GARY
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    551,468     551,468


        SOUTH BEND
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    209,881     209,881
        FORT WAYNE
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    225,671     225,671
        LAFAYETTE
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    224,130     224,130
        KOKOMO
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    190,626     190,626
        MUNCIE
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    356,991     356,991
        TERRE HAUTE
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    419,763     419,763
        INDIANAPOLIS    
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    705,510     705,510
        RICHMOND
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    208,341     208,341
        COLUMBUS    
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    354,680     354,680
        MADISON
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    189,856     189,856
        EVANSVILLE
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    333,115     333,115
        SELLERSBURG
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    273,424     273,424
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION:
    CRIMINAL OFFENDERS
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    204,861     204,861
    The allocation to the Department of Correction for criminal offenders shall be distributed for program services for criminal offenders.
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION:
    STATE PROGRAMS AND LEADERSHIP
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    445,000     493,496
    SEX EQUITY
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    707,757     707,757
    SECONDARY DISTRIBUTION
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    10,057,011     10,057,011
    COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATIONS
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    290,246     290,246
    CONSUMER AND HOMEMAKING EDUCATION
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    815,019     815,019
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT AND
    TRAINING SERVICES:
    SINGLE PARENTS, DISPLACED HOMEMAKERS,
    AND SINGLE PREGNANT WOMEN
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    1,718,838     1,718,838
FOR THE COMMISSION ON VOCATIONAL AND
    TECHNICAL EDUCATION:
    ADMINISTRATION
        Personal Services    392,445     392,445
        Other Operating Expense    122,328     122,328
    SINGLE PARENT AND HOMEMAKER/EQUITY
        ADMINISTRATION
        Personal Services    25,113     25,113
        Other Operating Expense    5,434     5,434
    STATE PROGRAMS AND LEADERSHIP
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    1,296,320     1,247,824
    TECHNOLOGY-PREPARATION EDUCATION
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    1,607,159     1,607,159
    The following allocations of federal funds available for vocational education under the federal job training partnership act (29 U.S.C. 1533) are made pursuant to IC 20-1-18.3-15. These federal funds shall be received by the commission on vocational and technical education and distributed to the following agency in accordance with the allocation specified below:
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT AND
    TRAINING SERVICES:
        TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    343,090     343,090
    ADMINISTRATION
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    185,400     185,400
    AT RISK YOUTH/ADMINISTRATION
        Total Operating Expense
            Allocation    1,796,866     1,796,866
    WORKER READJUSTMENT AND ADULT
        TRAINING
            Total Operating Expense
                Allocation    317,094     317,094

1991-240-11
    SECTION 11. In accordance with IC 20-1-18.3, the budget agency, with the advice of the commission on vocational and technical education and the budget committee, may augment or reduce an allocation of federal funds made under SECTION 10 of this Act.

1991-240-12
    SECTION 12. Utility bills for the month of June, travel claims covering the period June 16 to June 30, payroll for the period of the last half of June, any interdepartmental bills for supplies or services for the month of June, and any other miscellaneous expenses incurred during the period June 16 to June 30 shall be charged to the appropriation for the succeeding year. No interdepartmental bill shall be recorded as a refund of expenditure to any current year allotment account for supplies or services rendered or delivered at any time during the preceding June period.

1991-240-13
    SECTION 13. The state budget agency, pursuant to IC 4-13-1, IC 4-10-11 and IC 4-12-1-13, in cooperation with the department of administration, may fix the amount of reimbursement for traveling expenses (other than transportation) for travel within the limits of the state of Indiana. This amount may not exceed actual lodging and miscellaneous expenses incurred; a person in travel status, as defined by the travel policies and procedures established by the department of administration and approved by the state budget agency, is entitled to a meal allowance not to exceed twenty-four dollars ($24.00) during any twenty-four (24) hour period.
    All appropriations provided by this act or another statute, for traveling and hotel expenses for any department, officer, agent, employee, person, trustee, or commissioner are to be used only for travel within the state of Indiana, unless those expenses are incurred in traveling outside the state of Indiana on trips which previously have received approval as required by the travel policies and procedures established by the department of administration and approved by the state budget agency. With the required approval, a reimbursement for out-of-state travel expenses may be granted in an amount not to exceed actual lodging and miscellaneous expenses incurred; a person in travel status is entitled to a meal allowance not to exceed twenty-four dollars ($24.00) during any twenty-four (24) hour period for properly approved travel within the continental United States and thirty dollars ($30.00) during any twenty-four (24) hour period for properly approved travel outside the continental United States. However, while traveling in Japan, China, Taiwan, Great Britain and Germany the meal allowance shall not exceed fifty dollars ($50.00) for any twenty-four (24) hour period.
    In the case of the state-supported institutions of postsecondary education, approval for out-of-state travel may be given by the chief executive officer of the institution, or his authorized designee for their respective personnel.
    Before reimbursing overnight travel expenses, the auditor of state

shall require documentation as prescribed in the travel policies and procedures established by the department of administration and approved by the state budget agency. No appropriation from any fund may be construed as authorizing the payment of any sum in excess of twenty-five cents ($0.25) per mile for the use or operation of any motor vehicle used in the discharge of state business. The state budget agency may adopt policies and procedures relative to the reimbursement of moving expenses of new state employees and the reimbursement of travel expenses of prospective employees who are invited to interview with the state.
    The legislative council may adopt, by resolution, travel policies and procedures that apply only to members of the general assembly or to the staffs of the house of representatives, senate, and legislative services agency, or both members and staffs. Notwithstanding any other law, rule, or policy, the state travel policies and procedures established by the department of administration and approved by the budget agency do not apply to members of the general assembly or to the staffs of the house of representatives, senate, or legislative services agency, except that until the legislative council adopts travel policies and procedures the state travel policies and procedures established by the department of administration and approved by the budget agency apply to members of the general assembly and to the staffs of the house of representatives, senate, and legislative services agency. The executive director of the legislative services agency is responsible for the administration of travel policies and procedures adopted by the legislative council. The auditor of state shall approve and process claims for reimbursement of travel related expenses under this paragraph based upon the written affirmation of the speaker of the house of representatives, the president pro tempore of the senate, and the executive director of the legislative services agency that those claims comply with the travel policies and procedures adopted by the legislative council.

1991-240-14
    SECTION 14. The salary per diem of members of boards, commissions, and councils who are entitled to a salary per diem is fifty dollars ($50.00) per day. However, members of boards, commissions or councils who receive an annual or monthly salary paid by the state are not entitled to the salary per diem provided in IC 4-10-11-2.1.

1991-240-15
    SECTION 15. No payment for personal services shall be made by the auditor of state unless the payment has been approved by the state budget agency.

1991-240-16
    SECTION 16. No warrant for operating expenses, capital outlay or fixed charges shall be issued to any department or institution unless the receipts of the department or institution have been quietused into the state treasury for the month. However, if a department or institution has more than ten thousand dollars ($10,000) in daily receipts, the receipts

shall be deposited into the state treasury daily.

1991-240-17
    SECTION 17. In case of loss by fire or any other cause involving any state institution or department, the proceeds derived from the settlement of any claim for the loss shall be deposited in the state treasury, and the amount deposited is hereby reappropriated to the institution or department for the purpose of replacing the loss. If it is determined that the loss shall not be replaced, any funds received from the settlement of a claim shall be quietused into the state general fund.

1991-240-18
    SECTION 18. If an agency has computer equipment in excess of the needs of that agency, then the excess computer equipment may be sold under the provisions of surplus property sales, and the proceeds of the sale or sales shall be deposited in the state treasury. The amount so deposited is hereby reappropriated to that agency for other operating expenses of the then current year, if approved by the director of the state budget agency.

1991-240-19
    SECTION 19. If any state penal or benevolent institution other than the Indiana state prison, Indiana reformatory and Indiana state farm, shall, in the operation of its farms, produce products or commodities in excess of the needs of the institution, the surplus may be sold through the division of industries and farms, the director of the supply division of the department of administration, or both. The proceeds of any such sale or sales shall be deposited in the state treasury. The amount deposited is hereby reappropriated to the institution for total operating expenses of the then current year, if approved by the director of the state budget agency.
    The exchange between state penal and benevolent institutions of livestock for breeding purposes only is hereby authorized at valuations agreed upon between the superintendents or wardens of the institutions.
    Capital outlay expenditures may be made from the institutional industries and farms revolving fund if approved by the state budget agency and the governor.

1991-240-20
    SECTION 20. This act does not authorize any rehabilitation and repairs to any state buildings, or that any obligations be incurred for lands and structures, without the prior approval of the state budget agency. This section does not apply to contracts for the construction or maintenance of roads and bridges, or to the acquisition of rights-of-way for roads or bridges, or to the state universities supported in whole or in part by state funds.

1991-240-21
    SECTION 21. Whenever it is provided by statute that any state agency shall receive an annual appropriation for any funds in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated for the operating expenses of that

agency, and an amount is appropriated by this act for the operating expenses of that agency, the amount appropriated in this act includes the annual appropriation fixed by law. However, this section does not apply to any act passed by the 107th general assembly, that creates a new department, division, board, commission, or office of state government, or adds an appropriation by an amendment for additional duties.

1991-240-22
    SECTION 22. The balance of any appropriation or funds heretofore placed or remaining to the credit of any division of the state of Indiana, and any appropriation or funds provided in this act placed to the credit of any division of the state of Indiana, the powers, duties and functions whereof are assigned and transferred to any department for salaries, maintenance, operation, construction or other expenses in the exercise of such powers, duties and functions shall be transferred to the credit of the department to which such assignment and transfer is made, and the same shall be available for the objects and purposes for which appropriated originally.

1991-240-23
    SECTION 23. The director of the division of procurement of the department of administration, or any other person or agency authorized to make purchases of equipment, shall not honor any requisition for the purchase of an automobile which is to be paid for from any appropriation made by this act or any other act, unless the following facts are shown to the satisfaction of the director of the state budget agency and the director of the division of procurement of the department of administration, or any other agency or person authorized to make state purchases:
    (1) In the case of an elected state officer, it shall be shown that the duties of the office require driving about the state of Indiana in the performance of official duty.
    (2) In the case of department or commission heads, it shall be shown that the statutory duties imposed in the discharge of the office require traveling a greater distance than one thousand (1,000) miles per month or that they are subject to official duty call at all times.
    (3) In the case of employees, it shall be shown that the major portion of the duties assigned to the employee require travel on state business in excess of one thousand (1,000) miles per month, or the vehicle is identified by the agency as an integral part of the job assignment. In computing the number of miles required to be driven by a department head or employee, the distance between the individual's home and office or designated official station is not to be considered as a part of the total. Department heads shall submit annually justification for the continued assignment of each vehicle in their department, which shall be reviewed by the director of the state budget agency and the commissioner of the department of administration. There shall be an insignia permanently affixed on each side of all state-owned cars, designating the cars as being state-owned. However, this request does not apply to state-owned cars driven by elected state officials or in

cases where the state budget agency determines that affixing insignia on state-owned cars would hinder or handicap the persons driving the cars in the performance of their official duties.

1991-240-24
    SECTION 24. When state budget agency approval or review is required under this act, the state budget agency may refer to the state budget committee any budgetary and fiscal matter related to that approval or review, for which it would like an advisory recommendation. If a matter is referred to the state budget committee, it shall hold hearings and take any actions authorized by IC 4-12-1-11, and it shall make an advisory recommendation to the state budget agency.

1991-240-25
    SECTION 25. The governor of the state of Indiana is solely authorized to accept on behalf of the state any and all federal funds available to the state of Indiana. Federal funds received under this SECTION are appropriated for their purposes, subject to allotment by the state budget agency. The provisions of this SECTION and all other SECTIONS concerning the acceptance, disbursement, review, and approval of any grant, loan or gift made by the federal government or any other source to the state or its agencies and subdivisions shall apply, notwithstanding any other law.

1991-240-26
    SECTION 26. Federal funds received as revenue by a state agency or department are not available to the agency or department for expenditure until allotment has been made by the state budget agency pursuant to IC 4-12-1-12.

1991-240-27
    SECTION 27. A contract or agreement for personal services or other services may not be entered into by any agency or department of state government without the approval of the state budget agency. Each demand for payment submitted by the agency or department to the auditor of state by claim voucher under such contracts or agreements shall be accompanied by a copy of the state budget agency approval, and no payment shall be made by the auditor of state without such approval. This SECTION does not apply to any contract entered into by an agency or department of state government which is the result of a procurement under IC 4-13.4 (except personal service contracts under IC 4-13.4-5-1) or a public works contract under IC 4-13.6.

1991-240-28
    SECTION 28. Except in those cases where a specific appropriation has been made to cover the payments for any of the following, the auditor of state shall transfer, from the personal services appropriations for each of the various agencies and departments, necessary payments for social security, public employees' retirement, health insurance, life insurance, and any other similar payments directed by the state budget

agency.

1991-240-29
    SECTION 29. Subject to SECTION 24 of this act as it relates to the state budget committee, the state budget agency with the approval of the governor may withhold allotments of any or all appropriations contained in this act for the 1991-93 biennium, if it is deemed necessary to do so in order to prevent a deficit financial situation.

1991-240-30
    SECTION 30. The following appropriation is made in addition to those found in P.L. 357-1989(ss), SECTION 9, and P.L. 51-1990, SECTION 46:
    Year
    1990-1991
DISTRIBUTION FOR TUITION SUPPORT
    Total Operating Expense    1,254,800
    The foregoing appropriation for distribution for tuition support is to be distributed for tuition support, special education programs, and vocational education programs in accordance with P.L. 51-1990, as amended.
    Of the appropriation, six hundred twenty-seven thousand four hundred dollars ($627,400) is appropriated from the property tax replacement fund created by IC 6-1.1-21, and six hundred twenty-seven thousand four hundred dollars ($627,400) is appropriated from the state general fund.
    If the above appropriation for distribution for tuition support is more than is required under P.L. 51-1990, as amended, one-half (1/2) of any excess shall revert to the general fund, and one-half (1/2) of any excess shall revert to the property tax replacement fund.

1991-240-31
    SECTION 31. CONSTRUCTION. For the 1991-93 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    49,389,772
    STATE POLICE BUILDING
        FUND    4,021,091
        (IC 9-1-2-1.5)
    LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING
        FUND    2,616,600
        (IC 5-2-1-13)
    CIGARETTE TAX FUND (NATURAL
        RESOURCES)    12,485,564
        (IC 6-7-1)
    VETERANS' HOME BUILDING
        FUND    4,132,630
        (IC 10-6-1-9)


    POST WAR CONSTRUCTION
        FUND    29,162,216
        (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    SOLDIERS & SAILORS HOME
        MAINTENANCE FUND    1,513,200
        (IC 12-3-20-9)
    FISH & WILDLIFE    482,932
        (IC 14-3-1-16)
    BUILD INDIANA FUND    99,465,561
        (IC 4-30-17)
        TOTAL    203,269,566
    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 SECTION, shall consider, as funds are available, allocations for the following specific uses, purposes and projects:
                            1991-93
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
    PROPERTY MANAGEMENT (STATE OFFICE BUILDING)
        Preventive Maintenance    2,553,128
        Repair and Rehabilitation    3,997,000
        TOTAL    6,550,128
                              1991-93
PUBLIC SAFETY AND CONSERVATION
A.    PUBLIC SAFETY
INDIANA STATE POLICE
        Preventive Maintenance    224,100
        Versailles Building
            Addition    315,000
        Morgan-Monroe Microwave
            Building    60,500
        Scalesville Microwave
            Building    60,500
        Brown County Microwave
            Building    60,500
        Connersville District 41
            Building (Fayette Co.)    2,122,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    1,178,491
        TOTAL    4,021,091
    The foregoing allocations for the Indiana state police are hereby appropriated from revenue accruing to the state police building fund pursuant to IC 9-1-2-1.5.
LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING BOARD
        Preventive Maintenance    149,100
        Academy Addition
            and Parking Lot    2,350,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    117,500
        TOTAL    2,616,600
    The foregoing 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    250,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    900,000
        TOTAL    1,150,000
B.    CORRECTION
WAREHOUSE FACILITIES
        Architectural &
            Engineering    250,000
        TOTAL    250,000
WORK RELEASE CENTERS
        Preventive Maintenance    167,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    142,600
        TOTAL    309,600
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION
        Repair and Rehabilitation    750,000
        TOTAL    750,000
CORRECTIONAL UNITS
        Preventive Maintenance    180,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    165,795
        TOTAL    345,795
INDIANA STATE PRISON
        Preventive Maintenance    945,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    1,111,020
        TOTAL    2,056,020
INDIANA REFORMATORY
        Preventive Maintenance    795,000
        Coal Handling System    343,750
        Repair and Rehabilitation    684,382
        TOTAL    1,823,132
WOMEN'S PRISON
        Preventive Maintenance    144,600
        Food Storage Addition    280,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    389,000
        TOTAL    813,600
INDIANA STATE FARM
        Preventive Maintenance    675,000
        400 Inmate Dorm    5,038,710
        Wastewater Treatment Plant    1,400,000
        TOTAL    7,113,710
BOYS' SCHOOL
        Preventive Maintenance    470,000
        Water Storage Tank    440,000     
        Repair and Rehabilitation    1,110,000
        TOTAL    2,020,000
GIRLS' SCHOOL
        Preventive Maintenance    257,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    860,290
        TOTAL    1,117,290
BRANCHVILLE TRAINING CENTER


        Preventive Maintenance    248,850
        Water Storage Tank    425,000
        TOTAL    673,850
WESTVILLE CORRECTION CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance    970,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    1,552,000
        TOTAL    2,522,000
WESTVILLE TRANSITION UNIT
        Repair and Rehabilitation    289,770
        TOTAL    289,770
ROCKVILLE TRAINING CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance    203,850
        TOTAL    203,850
INDIANA YOUTH CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance    411,000
        Health Care Center
            Addition    2,200,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    317,260
        TOTAL    2,928,260
RECEPTION DIAGNOSTIC CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance    190,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    315,650
        TOTAL    505,650
INDUSTRY & FARM DIVISION
        Preventive Maintenance    101,000
        Hazardous Material Storage
            Building    144,375
        Repair and Rehabilitation    275,000
        TOTAL    520,375
CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX
        Preventive Maintenance    699,350
        Repair and Rehabilitation    49,500
        TOTAL    748,850
WABASH VALLEY CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
        Preventive Maintenance    472,000
        TOTAL    472,000
    The foregoing allocations for repair and rehabilitation and new construction for the department of correction, correctional units, state prison, reformatory, women's prison, state farm, Rockville training center, reception diagnostic center, industry and farm division, work release centers, boys' school, girls' school, Branchville training center, Westville correction center, youth center, the Westville transition unit, and correctional industrial complex are hereby appropriated from the postwar construction fund established under IC 7.1-4-8.
C.    CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENT
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
    STATE MUSEUM
        Preventive Maintenance    167,700
        Repair and Rehabilitation    200,000
        TOTAL    367,700
    ENFORCEMENT
        Preventive Maintenance    153,000
        TOTAL    153,000
    FISH AND WILDLIFE
        Preventive Maintenance    1,658,300
        Repair and Rehabilitation    482,932
        TOTAL    2,141,232
    Of the foregoing appropriation for fish and wildlife, the repair and rehabilitation amount is appropriated from the fish and wildlife fund as established by IC 14-3-1-16, and the preventive maintenance amount is appropriated from the cigarette tax fund established by IC 6-1-7.
    FORESTRY
        Preventive Maintenance    1,291,000
        Cold Storage Building
            -- Vallonia    100,000
        Dam Reconstruction
            -- Greene-Sullivan    400,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    418,646
        TOTAL    2,209,646
    GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
        Preventive Maintenance    94,000
        TOTAL    94,000
    MUSEUMS AND MEMORIALS
        Preventive Maintenance    242,200
        TOTAL    242,200
    NATURE PRESERVES
        Preventive Maintenance    78,000
        TOTAL    78,000
    OUTDOOR RECREATION
        Preventive Maintenance    36,800
        TOTAL    36,800
    RESERVOIR MANAGEMENT DIVISION
        Preventive Maintenance    600,500
        Repair and Rehabilitation    837,293
        TOTAL    1,437,793
    STATE PARKS
        Preventive Maintenance    3,047,500
        Land Acquisition --
            Summit Lake    500,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    2,460,265
        TOTAL    6,008,125
    DIVISION OF WATER
        Repair and Rehabilitation    200,000
        TOTAL    200,000
    The foregoing allocations for the department of natural resources state museum, enforcement, forestry, geological survey, nature preserves, outdoor recreation, reservoir management division, state parks, division of water, and museums and memorials are hereby appropriated from the cigarette tax fund pursuant to IC 6-7-1.
WAR MEMORIALS COMMISSION
        Preventive Maintenance    768,570
        TOTAL    768,570
HEA LTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
A.    MENTAL HEA LTH
DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEA LTH--
    CENTRAL OFFICE
        Repair and Rehabilitation    1,000,000
    EVANSVILLE PSYCHIATRIC CHILDREN'S CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance    36,180
        Repair and Rehabilitation    104,375
        TOTAL    140,555
    CENTRAL STATE HOSPITAL
        Preventive Maintenance    600,000
        Laundry    2,440,000
        Telephone System    355,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    318,000
        TOTAL    3,713,000
    EVANSVILLE STATE HOSPITAL
        Preventive Maintenance    600,000
        Telephone System    448,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    667,250
        TOTAL    1,715,250
    MADISON STATE HOSPITAL
        Preventive Maintenance    741,500
        Repair and Rehabilitation    600,000
        TOTAL    1,341,500
    LOGANSPORT
    Preventive Maintenance    700,000
        Telephone System    355,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    341,000
        TOTAL    1,396,000
    LARUE CARTER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
        Preventive Maintenance    400,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    446,000
        TOTAL    846,000
    RICHMOND STATE HOSPITAL
        Preventive Maintenance    800,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    2,115,689
        TOTAL    2,915,689
    NEW CASTLE STATE DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance    605,000
        TOTAL    605,000
    FORT WAYNE STATE DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance    933,726
        Repair and Rehabilitation    375,000
        TOTAL    1,308,726
    MUSCATATUCK STATE DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance    785,000
        Coal Silo    250,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    112,000
        TOTAL    1,147,000
    NORTHERN INDIANA CHILDREN'S STATE DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance    195,000
        Maintenance Building --
            Additional Funds    30,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    80,800
        TOTAL    305,800
    The foregoing allocations for repair and rehabilitation and new construction for Evansville Psychiatric Children's Center, Central State Hospital, Evansville State Hospital, Madison State Hospital, Logansport State Hospital, Larue Carter Memorial Hospital, Richmond State Hospital, Fort Wayne State Developmental Center, Muscatatuck State Developmental Center, and Northern Indiana Children's Developmental Center are hereby appropriated from the post war construction fund under the provision of IC 7.1-4-8-1.
B.    OTHER HEA LTH
    BOARD OF HEA LTH--ALL FACILITIES
        Repair and Rehabilitation    650,000
        TOTAL    650,000
    BOARD OF HEA LTH
        Preventive Maintenance    232,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    377,000
        TOTAL    609,000
    SILVERCREST CHILDREN'S DEVELOPMENT
    CENTER
        Preventive Maintenance    149,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    212,000
        TOTAL    361,000
    SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND
        Preventive Maintenance    282,880
        Repair and Rehabilitation    446,000
        TOTAL    728,880
    SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
        Preventive Maintenance    402,000
        Repair and Rehabilitation    555,000
        TOTAL    957,000
    The foregoing allocations for repair and rehabilitation for the board of health, Silvercrest Children's Development Center, the School for the Blind and the School for the Deaf are hereby appropriated from the post war construction fund under the provision of IC 7.1-4-8-1.
    SOLDIERS & SAILORS CHILDRENS' HOME
        Preventive Maintenance    313,200
        Repair and Rehabilitation    1,200,000
        TOTAL    1,513,200
    The foregoing allocations for the Soldiers & Sailors Home are hereby appropriated from the soldiers & sailors childrens' home maintenance fund under the provision of IC 12-3-20-9.
    VETERANS' HOME
        Preventive Maintenance    632,500
        Repair and Rehabilitation    3,500,130
        TOTAL    4,132,630
    The foregoing allocations for the Indiana veterans' home are hereby appropriated from the veterans' home building fund established by

IC 10-6-1-9.
EDUCATION
A.    HIGHER EDUCATION
INDIANA UNIVERSITY--TOTAL SYSTEM
        General Repair and Rehab    10,114,268
PURDUE UNIVERSITY--TOTAL SYSTEM
        General Repair and Rehab    7,471,355
INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
        General Repair and Rehab    2,047,453
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN INDIANA
        General Repair and Rehab    157,568
BALL STATE UNIVERSITY
        General Repair and Rehab    2,614,374
VINCENNES UNIVERSITY
        General Repair and Rehab    919,784
INDIANA VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE
        General Repair and Rehab    1,554,336
    In addition to the above authorizations, The Trustees of Indiana University, The Trustees of Purdue University, the Indiana State University Board of Trustees, the University of Southern Indiana, the Ball State University Board of Trustees, the Board of Trustees for the Vincennes University, and The Trustees of Indiana Vocational Technical College may issue and sell bonds under IC 20-12-6, subject to the approvals required by IC 20-12-5.5, for the following projects so long as the cost of acquiring, constructing, remodeling, renovating, furnishing or equipping each such project financed by any series of bonds issued does not exceed the total authority listed below for that project:
    INDIANA UNIVERSITY
        Bloomington
            Cyclotron Addition    2,730,000
        East Campus
            Classroom/Office Building    6,900,000
        Kokomo Campus
            Classroom/Library Building    9,800,000
        South Bend Campus
            Classroom/Office Building    16,500,000
        Southeast Campus
            Creative Arts Building    5,700,000
        Northwest Campus
            Academic Activities
                Building    10,600,000
        Multi-Campus Interactive
            Instruction System    22,500,000
    INDIANA UNIVERSITY - PURDUE UNIVERSITY
    AT INDIANAPOLIS
        Medical Science Center
        Addition & Renovation
            Phase I    37,000,000
    PURDUE UNIVERSITY
        West Lafayette Campus


            Veterinary and Animal Care Facility
                and Chilled Water
                Lines    33,400,000
        Calumet Campus
            Auditorium/Theater/Convention
                Center    7,700,000
        North Central Campus
            Classroom/Offices/
                Laboratory    15,000,000
    BALL STATE UNIVERSITY
        South Campus-
            Burris School    11,720,000
    INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
        Main Quad Electrical Distribution
            Upgrade    3,800,000
        Music Rehearsal Addition    5,700,000
    VINCENNES UNIVERSITY
        Utilities Modernization
            Project    5,700,000
    UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN INDIANA
        Health Professions
            Building    14,540,000
    INDIANA VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL COLLEGE
        Northeast Campus
            Fort Wayne Phase III
                Building    13,020,000
        Central Indiana Campus
            North Meridian Center    4,030,000
    The above authorizations are not eligible for fee replacement appropriations during the 1991-93 biennium.
        In addition to the above authorization, the Board of Trustees for the Vincennes University may issue and sell bonds under IC 20-12-6, subject to the approvals required under IC 20-12-5.5, for the following project that is not eligible for fee replacement appropriations, so long as the cost of acquiring, constructing, remodeling, renovating, furnishing or equipping such project financed by any series of bonds issued does not exceed the total authority listed below for the project:
    VINCENNES UNIVERSITY
        Student Union Building    5,500,000
    The above authority is in lieu of and in substitution for prior approvals granted to said institution by P.L. 357-1989(ss) in the amount of four million dollars ($4,000,000). It is assumed that student fees would be increased in order to fund the debt service for this project; these fee increases are not subject to the provisions of SECTION 9 of this Act.
    In addition to the above authorizations, the Indiana State University Board of Trustees may issue and sell bonds under IC 20-12-6, subject to the approvals required under IC 20-12-5.5, for the following project that is not eligible for fee replacement appropriations, so long as the cost of acquiring, constructing, remodeling, renovating, furnishing or equipping such project financed by any series of bonds issued does not

exceed the total authority listed below for the project:
    INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
        Central Chilled Water Plant    6,000,000
    Savings in operating costs resulting from the completion of this project shall be used to offset future student fee increases.
    In addition to the above authorizations, The Trustees of Indiana University may issue and sell bonds under IC 20-12-6, subject to the approvals required by IC 20-12-5.5, for the following project that is not eligible for fee replacement appropriations, so long as the cost of acquiring, constructing, remodeling, renovating, furnishing or equipping such project financed by any series of bonds issued does not exceed the total authority listed below for the project.
    INDIANA UNIVERSITY
    Bloomington, Student Union
    Renovation, Phase II    9,500,000

BUILD INDIANA FUND

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    REVOLVING LOAN FUND    11,000,000
    STREAM POLLUTION CONTROL
        GRANTS    22,800,000
    The above allocation for stream pollution control grants shall be used to pay any unpaid balances on the following water pollution control projects which qualify for federal aid and assistance and which have not been paid from the appropriations for the 1989-91 biennium pursuant to P.L. 357-1989 (ss), SECTION 30 not to exceed the amounts specified below:
        Adams Lake    576,934
        Advance    238,740
        Amo    68,673
        Anderson    262,597
        Auburn    137,843
        Arcadia    116,596
        Bainbridge    95,880
        Berne    44,216
        Boonville    100,513
        Brazil    43,724
        Burnettsville    331,200
        Campbellsburg    191,504
        Carbon    6,932
        Chesterton    56,913
        Churubusco    33,759
        Clarksville    156,068
        Claypool    169,123
        Coatesville    17,384
        Crothersville    20,624
        Dale    25,077
        Decatur    448,347
        Dupont    162,537
        East Chicago    57,819
        English    535,320
        Etna Green    293,230
        Evansville    3,476,625
        Ferdinand    10,658
        Fort Branch    16,855
        Fountain City    433,444
        Frankton    41,445
        Gary    859,890
        Gas City    66,212
        Georgetown    1,447,309
        Goodland    849,652
        Gosport    328,900
        Greensburg    16,018
        Greentown    51,268
        Greenwood    718,758
        Hammond Sanitary District    326,884
        Haubstadt    21,248
        Hobart    1,364
        Holton    366,920
        Hope    498,621
        Indian Boundary    386,065
        Indianapolis 100703    758,763
        Indianapolis 100702    265,410
        Indianapolis 074708    96,529
        Jasper    98,184
        Jeffersonville    3,070,000
        Kentland    3,456
        LaGrange    27,105
        Lake Dalecarlia    428,418
        Lake Eliza    561,584
        Lake Station    91,164
        Lanesville    3,503
        Lapaz    717,905
        Little Racoon    164,686
        Loogootee    517,180
        Markle    295,380
        Markleville    1,215
        Medora    12,147
        Mentone    29,781
        Michigan City    50,912
        Middletown    389,940
        Mitchell    20,641
        Nappanee    53,889
        New Carlisle    19,531
        New Chicago    93,319
        Newpoint    281,300
        Orleans    226,607
        Palmyra    226,489
        Paoli    9,275
        Plymouth    4,899
        Remington    15,886
        Rensselaer    43,436
        Rochester    159,355
        Rossville    66,636
        Scott County    180,141
        Scottsburg    52,191
        Sellersburg    1,946,518
        Sharpsville    42,323
        Shirley    41,296
        Silver Lake    589,947
        South Bend    205,083
        Sullivan    22,498
        Switz City    291,312
        Syracuse    24,893
        South Henry County    1,590,617
        Steuben Lakes    22,943
        Tri-Lakes    1,247,600
        Turkey Creek    611,221
        Turkey Run    891,500
        Upland    48,926
        Valparaiso    199,322
        Van Buren    27,776
        Versailles    14,059
        West Terre Haute    1,891,253
        Washington    156,253
        Washington Twp. (Clark Co.)    22,122
        West Lebanon    732,578
        Western Wayne    63,749
        Wheatfield    385,620
        White Oak    503,733
        Wilkinson    472,080
        Winchester    59,984
        Winslow    742,600
    It is the purpose of this allocation to provide state funds for portions of such projects which qualify under federal law for assistance. The state's contribution toward the construction of water pollution control projects may not exceed twenty percent (20%) of the eligible cost of each project.
    Of the above allocation, one million six hundred thousand dollars ($1,600,000) shall be made available to any of the following units of government on the fiscal year 1991 priority list established by the water pollution control board not to exceed the amounts shown on that list, and the state's share of these additional grants may not exceed twenty percent (20%):
        Fort Wayne
        Geneva Township (Jennings Co.)
        Milan
        Linton
        Francesville
        Medaryville
        Pittsboro
        Princeton
        Lagro
    The water pollution control board, subject to the final approval of

the governor and the state budget agency, on recommendation of the state budget committee, may approve grants to these units of government, and the units of government shall use these grants for improving or accomplishing water pollution control projects.
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
    AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT -
        STATE MATCH    3,000,000
    PROJECT 2010    1,200,000
    DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS
        HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENTS:
            Clarksville - Highway 131
                signalization    75,000
            Jeffersonville - Highway 62
                turn lanes and signals    125,000
            Brazil - Highway 59
                viaduct replacement    750,000
    NORTHERN INDIANA COMMUTER TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT
        Purchase of railroad cars    3,200,000
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
    Angel Mounds State
        Historical Site    125,000
    Hammond Fish Hatchery    1,500,000
    Greene/Sullivan State Forest -
        access road to recreation    250,000
    Fort Wayne - Headwaters flood control
        and park project    500,000
    The above allocation shall be made available after the City of Fort Wayne has provided assurances that an equal local match will be provided within one hundred twenty (120) days after such funds have been allotted.
    Hometown Indiana Grant Program         3,000,000
    The above allocation for the Hometown Indiana grant program shall be used to fund projects including, but not limited to, the following projects:
        Elkhart County
            Pumpkinvine Nature Trail System         98,250
        City of Goshen
            Pumpkinvine Nature Trail System         97,935
        City of N. Manchester
            N. Manchester         100,000
        City of Portage
            Prairie-Duneland Trail         100,000
        LaGrange County
            Dallas Lake Park         100,000
        City of Demotte
            Little League Park         79,250
        City of Delphi
            Delphi Historic Trail         37,620
        Town of Ashley
            East Side Park Development         100,000


        City of Logansport
            Little Turtle Waterway         100,000
        City of Noblesville
            Forest Park Improvements         100,000
        City of Kendallville
            Bixler Lake Park Land Acquisition         30,250
        City of Columbus
            Mill Race Park Improvement         74,310
        City of Crawfordsville
            Crawfordsville Community Center         100,000
        City of Lake Station
            Recreational Renovation         29,011
        City of Fort Wayne
            Shoaff Lake Enhancement         100,000
        City of Millersburg
            Cook Station Community Park         67,558     All Hometown Indiana projects funded from the above allocation are subject to approval by the budget agency after review and recommendation of the state budget committee. The state funding may not exceed fifty percent (50%) of the total cost of a Hometown Indiana project.
    LITTLE CALUMET RIVER
        BASIN COMMISSION         2,000,000
    LAKE MICHIGAN MARINA
        DEVELOPMENT
        COMMISSION         2,500,000
    INDIANA PORT
        COMMISSION         1,670,000
    NATURAL HERITAGE PROTECTION
        CAMPAIGN         650,000
DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEA LTH
    The Evansville Rehabilitation
        Center- Phase II         650,000
LOCAL PROJECTS
        Koontz Lake sediment
            removal project         17,000
        Anderson - Paramount
            Theatre         500,000
        LaPorte County juvenile
            detention center         500,000
        Switzerland County
            bridge replacement         110,000
        City of Highland - Wicker
            Park Manor levee
            improvements         400,000
        Town of Merrillville -
            93rd Avenue and
            overpass project         870,000
        Linton - wastewater treatment         203,000
        Crothersville - Sidewalk and
            gutter replacement         200,000
        Brownstown - Fire truck         70,000
        Brownstown - Curb and gutter
            replacement         30,000
        Alexandria -
            Harrison St. project         372,000
        Richmond - General infrastructure
            improvements         200,000
        Centerville - General
            infrastructure
            improvements         100,000
        Riley - Water system
            improvements         267,000
        Utica - Town Hall         50,000
        Gary - National Civil Right
            Museum and Hall of Fame         450,000
        Jennings County - Reservior
            land acquisition         95,000
        Madison Railroad Port
            Authority         75,000
        Jennings County Road Paving         30,000
        Boonville Water Project         500,000
        Tennyson Water Project         250,000
        Lynnville Water Project         250,000
        Kingsford Heights - Industrial park
            property and dechlorination unit
            for water system         112,000
        Orange County - Bridge No. 31         97,000
        Greensburg - Freeland
            Road project         150,000
        Batesville - Memorial Building
            renovation         150,000
        Delaware County - Youth Opportunity
            Center         600,000
        Cayuga - Main St.
            improvement         30,000
        Clinton - Main Street and access
            road repair         100,000
        North Terre Haute - Lafayette Rd.
            ditch and flood
            control project         30,000
        Fairview Park - Development/
            reconstruction of
            water supply         50,000
        Covington - Sewage treatment
            project         70,000
        Perrysville - Water supply         20,000
        Kokomo - Youth Center         300,000
        Holland - Fire station         50,000
        Vigo County - Native
            American Museum         150,000
        Terre Haute - Fairbanks
            boat dock and bank
            stabilization project         62,000
        Terre Haute - Dobbs Park and
            Nature Center
            improvements         30,000
        Terre Haute - Bell Tower
            restoration         58,000
        New Castle - Juvenile Detention
            Center         300,000
        Bloomington - Adams/Allen St.
            Project         290,000
        Bloomington - Shelters Inc.         10,000
        Poseyville - Fire engine and
            equipment         125,000
        Dubois County - Ireland Community
            Sewer Project         50,000
        Madison County - Reconstruction of
        County Road 450 South         395,000
        Otterbein - Fire department
            building         100,000
        Newton County -
            Bailey Bridge         200,000
        Gary Regional Airport Foreign Trade
            Zone         75,000
        Daviess County Airport -
            improvements         100,000
        Dearborn County - Hartford Crossing
            bridge         150,000
        Ohio County - Hartford Crossing
            bridge         150,000
        Portage - Samuelson Road widening
            project         300,000
        Winslow - Sewage Treatment
            Project         50,000
        Loogootee - Sewage
            Treatment Project         50,000
        Logansport - Eastside Sewage
            Treatment Project         288,000
        Gas City - Sewer Project         300,000
        Michigan City - Trail Creek
            improvement plan         260,000
        New Albany - Industrial park water
            system improvements         300,000
        Merrillville -
            Flood control         250,000
        St Joseph County - Street
            improvements         120,000
        Mishawaka - Street
            improvements         60,000
        City of Elkhart - Street
            improvements         60,000
        Osceola - Street
            improvements         60,000
        Dubois County -
            Road construction         200,000
        Crawford County - Taswell Road
            extension         100,000
        Gary - Recycling Center         50,000
        Griffith - Water storage
            tank         300,000
        Sellersburg - Police station         75,000
        Harrison County -
            Human Resource Center         225,000
        Fortville - Sewage system         150,000
        Greenfield - Water system
            project         52,000
        New Palestine - Main St.
            and Depot St. projects         48,000
        Shirley - Drainage project         50,000
        Hazelton - Flood control and
            street improvements         36,000
        Cynthiana - Community center and
            street improvements         11,000
        Decker Township -
            Community center         4,000
        Vincennes - Street
            improvements         122,000
        Patoka - Street
            improvements         9,000
        Princeton - Street
            improvements         52,000
        Francisco - Street
            improvements         9,000
        Oakland City - Street
            improvements         22,000
        Fort Branch - Street
            improvements         19,000
        Owensville - Street
            improvements         11,000
        Griffin - Street
            improvements         5,000
        Columbus School Corp. -
            Jefferson School
            renovation         300,000
        Indianapolis - United N.W.
            Area Action infrastructure
            improvements         100,000
        State Poison Center - Methodist
            Hospital project         50,000
        Indianapolis -- R-70 Urban Renewal
            Infrastructure OIC-ORA
                Commercial Shopping         175,000
        Indianapolis - Midtown Community
            Mental Health Center         325,000
        Indianapolis - Meadows
            Revitalization project         250,000
        Harris Township (St. Joseph Co.)
            Street Improvements         75,000
        Clay Township (St. Joseph Co.)
            Street Improvements         75,000
        German Township
            (St. Joseph Co.)         75,000
        Warren Township
            (St. Joseph Co.)         75,000
        Ligonier -- Sewer Project         300,000
        Town of Wanatah -
            Wastewater Project         1,000,000
        Gary Regional Airport
            Matching Funds         1,100,000
        Hulman Regional Airport         142,580
        Prophetstown State Park -
            planning and land
            acquisition         900,000
        Wabash Heritage Trail         750,000
    The foregoing appropriation to the Wabash Heritage Trail is to be used for planning, land acquisition, and development for local and state projects to be implemented along the Wabash River Corridor in Vermillion, Parke, Fountain, Warren, Tippecanoe, Carroll, Cass, and Miami Counties. Any acquisitions of property under this appropriation shall be on a willing seller, willing buyer basis.
        City of Indianapolis
            Repair - Old Pathology Build         26,000
        City of Crown Point
            Renovation - Old Lake County Courthouse         50,000
        City of Nappanee
            Acquisition - Nappanee Railroad Depot         50,000
        City of Noblesville
            Renovation - Log Cabin at Forest Park         40,000
        City of Darlington
            Repair - Darlington Covered Bridge         25,000
        City of Aurora
            Replacement - HVAC System at
            Hillforest Museum         50,000
        City of Fort Wayne
            Tree Inventory         11,000
        City of Schererville
            Tree Inventory and Plan         10,533
        City of Greencastle
            Tree Planting         5,000
        City of Elkhart
            Tree Planting         20,000
        City of Noblesville
            Tree Inventory         4,000
        City of Kendallville
            Tree Inventory and Planting         20,000
        City of Greenfield
            Tree Inventory         3,000
        City of Middlebury
            Tree Inventory and Plan         2,500
        City of Richmond
            Whitewater Valley Gorge Park         1,500,000
        Town of Plainfield
            White Lick Interceptor Sewer         625,000
        Town Of Economy
            Fourth Street Reconstruction         22,000
        City of Union City
            Wastewater Improvements         516,000
        City of Southport
            Street Improvement Program         315,095
        Town of Milton
            Firetruck         120,000
        Richmond Board of Aviation
            Airport Improvement         300,000
        Franklin Research Parks Project
            Sanitary Sewer and Water System
            Extension         375,000
        Maumee River Basin Commission
            Floodproofing Cost Share         120,000
        Indiana Department of Transportation
            U.S. 31 Corridor Improvement Study
            (St. Joseph to Marion County)         200,000
        Dearborn-Ohio Counties
            Laughery Creek Bridge Replacement
            (Phase I)         300,000
        City of Winchester
            West North Street Storm Sewer         155,000
        City of Indianapolis
            Harding Street Expansion         3,500,000
        Jackson Township, Elkhart County
            New Paris Sanitary Sewer System         424,000
        Elkhart County
            Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade         525,000
        Town of Spiceland
            Library Rehabilitation         2,700
        City of Greenfield
            Westside Sewer Extension         50,000
        Town of Silver Lake
            Municipal Sewer Works         545,000
        Wabash County
            Courthouse Handicapped Elevator         148,500
        Department of Natural Resources Soil Conservation
            Division
            Lake Manitou Enhancement
            (Fulton County)         200,000
        Columbus Board of Aviation Airport Industrial
        Park Infrastructure Development         489,750
        Town of Topeka
            Storm Sewer, Water Treatment         1,000,000
        Town of Winchester
            Library Improvements         50,000
        Seymour Board of Aviation
            Airport Improvements         912,600
        Town of Pendleton
            Water Supply System         450,000
        Town of Cedar Lake
            Sewer Collection System Improvements         185,000
        Lowell Public Library
            New Llbrary         528,113
        Town of North Salem
            Street Improvement         44,000
        Shelby County
            Flat Rock Road Reconstruction         580,000
        Town of Fortville
            Sewer System         150,000
        Indiana Department of Commerce
            Recycling Marketing Assistance         250,000
        City of Lawrence
            Communlty Building         250,000
        Johnson County
            Road Corridor Planning & Engineering         1,275,000
        Camp Atterbury Memorial         100,000
        City of Franklin
            Sewer project         300,000
        Town of Sharpsville
            Park Expansion         40,500
        Town of Liberty
            Remodel Library         25,500
        City of Attica
            Library Addition         50,000
        Town of Fishers
            Community Building         50,470
        Town of Mt. Summit
            Park Improvement         4,600
        Town of Edwardsport
            Park Equipment         2,379
        City of Vernon
            Water Project         50,000
        Town of Flora
            New Street Curbs         43,000
        Warren County
            County Commissioners Fire Department Building
            and Training Facility         150,000
        City of Warsaw
            Land Acquisition/Instrument Landing
            System         825,000
        Town of Stroh
            Stroh Volunteer Fire Department New and
            Better Equipment         34,000
        Town of Shirley
            Stream Pollution Control         41,296
        Town of Wilkinson
            Stream Pollution Control         472,080
        Town of Markleville
            Stream Pollution Control         1,215
        Town of New Palestine
            Main Street and Depot Street
            Reconstruction         31,400
        City of Greensburg
            Reconstruction and Widening of
            Freeland Road         221,250
        Franklin County
            County Road Improvements         500,000
        City of Rushville
            Rushville Community Center Project         2,812,500
        City of Columbus
            Front Door Corridor and Interchange Project
            Lighting         1,000,000
            Landscaping)         980,000
        IVTC Evansville
            Plastics Program         162,000
        Indiana Department of Transportation
            Study of East Washington St. (Marion Co.)
            (U.S. 40) Widening         100,000
        Fayette County
            Southern By Pass Project         650,000
        Allen Co. - Canal Locks
            Historical Preservation         50,000
        Carroll County
            TIF Bond Obligations         150,000
        City of Southport
            Public Park         65,000
        Hendricks County
            Brownsburg Road Project         250,000
    The state budget agency shall allot the money appropriated for the foregoing local projects as money is available in the Build Indiana Fund. The local projects to be funded shall be determined by the budget agency after the review and recommendation of the budget committee.     In addition to the foregoing allocations from the Build Indiana Fund, a sum not to exceed three million, six hundred fifty-two thousand dollars ($3,652,000) from the Job Creation and Economic Development Account of the Build Indiana Fund may be used for the development of passenger line rail service on the Indiana portion of the "Western Route" between Chicago and Chattanooga.
    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 SECTION, 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.

1991-240-32
    SECTION 32. 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 as herein designated.

1991-240-33
    SECTION 33. If any part of a 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) biennia, the state budget agency may determine that the balance of the appropriation is not available for allotment. The appropriation may be terminated and the balance may revert to the state general fund if the original appropriation was made from the state general fund.

1991-240-34
    SECTION 34. 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.

1991-240-35
    SECTION 35. No more than one-half (1/2) of the appropriations made by SECTION 31 of this act may be available for allotment before July 1, 1992, unless it is determined by the state budget agency and the governor that a greater amount should be allotted in the first fiscal year of the biennium.

1991-240-36
    SECTION 36. The amount of funds expended for any one of the uses, purposes and projects listed in SECTIONS 31 through 34 of this act may not exceed the amount stated unless the excess expenditure is approved by the governor and the budget agency.

1991-240-102
    (Expired 1-1-1992, by P.L.240-1991(ss2), SEC.102.)

1991-240-103
    (Repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-240-104
    (Expired 1-1-1994, by P.L.240-1991(ss2), SEC.104.)


1991-240-105
    (Expired 1-1-1993, by P.L.240-1991(ss2), SEC.105.)

1991-240-106
    (Expired 7-1-1995, by P.L.240-1991(ss2), SEC.106.)

1991-240-107
    (Expired 1-1-1994, by P.L.240-1991(ss2), SEC.107.)

1991-240-108
    (Expired 7-1-1993, by P.L.240-1991(ss2), SEC.108.)

1991-240-109
    (Expired 7-1-1993, by P.L.240-1991(ss2), SEC.109.)

1991-240-110
    (Expired 7-1-1995, by P.L.240-1991(ss2), SEC.110.)

1991-240-111
    (Expired 7-1-1991, by P.L.240-1991(ss2), SEC.111.)

1991-240-112
    SECTION 112. (a) Notwithstanding IC 4-30-17, there is appropriated to the state general fund from the highway construction account within the build Indiana fund the amount of forty million dollars ($40,000,000) in fiscal year 1991-1992 and forty million dollars ($40,000,000) in fiscal year 1992-93 and from the state and local projects account within the build Indiana fund the amount of seven million, five hundred thousand dollars ($7,500,000) in fiscal year 1991-92 and seven million, five hundred thousand dollars ($7,500,000) in fiscal year 1992-93.
    (b) Notwithstanding IC 4-10-18, there is appropriated from the counter-cyclical revenue and economic stabilization fund to the state general fund, during each of fiscal years 1991-92 and 1992-93, the amounts determined necessary by the budget agency, after public review by the state budget committee and with the consent of the governor, to balance the general fund budget for that fiscal year, not to exceed fifty million dollars ($50,000,000) in fiscal year 1991-92 and two hundred million dollars ($200,000,000) in fiscal year 1992-93.

1991-240-113
    (Expired 1-1-1995, by P.L.240-1991(ss2), SEC.113.)

1991-240-114
    (Expired not later than 1-1-1995, by P.L.240-1991(ss2), SEC.114.)

1991-240-115
    (Expired 12-31-1991, by P.L.240-1991(ss2), SEC.115.)

1991-240-116
    (Expired 1-2-1992, by P.L.240-1991(ss2), SEC.116.)



1991-240-117
    (Expired 7-1-1991, by P.L.240-1991(ss2), SEC.117.)

1991-240-118
    (Codified at IC 11-8-2-15. Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-240-119
    (Expired 2-1-1992, by P.L.240-1991(ss2), SEC.119.)

1991-240-125
    (Expired 11-3-1992, by P.L.240-1991(ss2), SEC.125.)

1991-240-126
    (Expired 11-3-1992, by P.L.240-1991(ss2), SEC.126.)

1991-240-127
    (Expired 1-3-1993, by P.L.240-1991(ss2), SEC.127.)

1991-240-128
    (Codified at IC 1-1-1-18.5(1). Noncode SECTION repealed by IC 1-1-1.1-2.)

1991-240-130
    (Expired 1-1-1994, by P.L.240-1991(ss2), SEC.130.)